Clatterbuck Obituaries
      Callaway Clatterbuck Obituaries


      Died very suddenly on the 3d inst., in the 27th year of her age, Mrs. Harriett Dorton, (Leopard ) wife of Mr. Willis E. Dorton of this county, and daughter of the late John Leopard of Boone County. July 15, 1864


      Died August 26, 1864, Susan Mary, daughter of W. E. and Harriet Dorton, age one month and 24 days. Died August 24, 1864,


      Willis E., infant son of W. E. and Harriet Dorton, aged one month and 24 days. (Sept. 23, 1864 4/2)


      Clatterbuck Died on the 17th of May 1870, Mrs. Lucy Ann Clatterbuck in the 26th year of her age, wife of Benjamin Clatterbuck.

      Aug. 12, 1870 2/6

      JAMES CLATTERBUCK (Feb. 1879)

      William Barton, a negro was executed on Friday last at St. Charles for having murdered James Clatterbuck in February 1879.


      Permilla Forsee, 69, widow of James T. Forsee, died of pneumonia at her home east of Ashland. Burial at Salem, following
      funeral services conducted by Rev. Keith.

      HAM CLATTERBUCK DEAD (July 15, 1904)

      As we go to press this morning word comes to us of the death of Ham Clatterbuck at his none about one and one half miles northwest of the place at 11 o'clock, Thursday night July 15, 1904, of complicated diseases. He was the son of Waller and A.C. Clatterbuck and was about 19 years old. Ham as he was called was a favorite with his companions and was a kind hearted young man and numbered a his friends all who knew him. His father, mother and sisters, brothers and a host of relatives mourn his death. He was a member of Hopewell Baptist Church, having given his youthful heart to the service of his Master some years ago.

      His remains were interned in the Cemetery at Dry Fork Church, Friday afternoon.


      This community was profoundly shocked and grieved last Wednesday afternoon when it was announced that Mrs. John T. Bryan, who lives a short distance from New Bloomfield, had expired from diabetes. Mrs. Bryan was formerly Miss Hattie Clatterbuck, daughter of Waller Clatterbuck. She was married to John Bryan about two years ago. She had been sick for several months, and it was thought by her physician that she was improving. Tuesday morning she was confined to her room, and gradually grew worse until the end came. While her case was considered serious, her death at the time was unexpected. The deceased had become a professed Christian early in live and had been consistent with her profession.

      Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Keith at Dry Fork Church Thursday afternoon.


      Mrs. J.L. Clatterbuck died at New Bloomfield last Tuesday morning. Deceased was the mother of J.W. Clatterbuck of Ashland.
      Funeral and internment was at Dry Fork Church Wednesday afternoon.

      Good Woman Dead-( 13-1910)

      Mrs. John Clatterbuck of near Bloomfield Passes Away

      Mrs. John Clatterbuck died at her home, northwest of New Bloomfield, Tuesday morning at about 5 o’clock. Mrs. Clatterbuck, was about seventy years old (note says 64) and has been a member of the Dry Fork Church for many years and was one of the best Christian women of the county. She leaves a husband and ten children to mourn their loss. The chidlren are: Will. Baxter, Robert, Waller, Horton, and Overton and Mrs. Samuel Hudson, Mrs. Lorenzo Clatterbuck, Mrs.Ory Smith and Mrs. Carl Wilson.

      AT REST

      At her home two miles northwest of New Bloomfield, Mrs. Francis Clatterbuck, wife of John L. Clatterbuck, after a long illness, died Sept 13th 1910. Francis Reynolds was born March 22nd 1846; was married to John L. Clatterbuck March 19, 1862. To this union was born 10 children, six sons and four daughters, namely; J. William, Baxter, Robert W. Waller, Horton, and Mesdames Samuel Hudson, Ora Smith and Carl Wilson. The deceased joined the Dry Fork Baptist Church 1863 and was ever a consistent member. Funeral services at Dry Fork chruch by Rev. W. H. Burnham; internment at same place. The six sons acted as pall-bearers. Besides the husband and children she leaves one sister, Mrs. Robert Emmons of Guthrie, to mourn her death. Mrs. Clatterbuck was a sister of the late James Reynolds.

      Card of Thanks-

      We desire to thank our friends and neighbors for the many kindnesses shown us during the sickness and death of our beloved wife and mother.- Jno. L. Clatterbuck, and children.

      MRS. J.L. CLATTERBUCK (Sept 13, 1910)

      Mrs. J.L. Clatterbuck died at New Bloomfield last Tuesday morning. Deceased was the mother of J.W. Clatterbuck of Ashland. Funeral and interment was at Dry Fork Baptist Church.

      JOHN J. CLATTERBUCK (April 3, 1911)

      A message from Fulton says J. T. Carr, administrator and B.B Kimbrell, Charles Minker and Noah Bedsworth who went to the home of John J. Clatterbuck of Earl, who died April 3, to make an appraisement, found $1393 secreted about the house in small sacks. Clatterbuck was 43 years old and a bachelor. Deceased was well know to many Boone County people as the administrator, Mr. Carr.

      BOYD LEOPARD CLATTERBUCK (April 28, 1913)

      Boyd L. Clatterbuck, 35 years old, a successful young farmer of South Callaway, died Monday at his home, one mile south of Carrington, of Bright’s disease. He had been in failing health for two years. Mr. Clatterbuck was born July 10, 1877, near New Bloomfield, and was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Waller Clatterbuck, both of whom are living in New Bloomfield. He was married to Miss Ella Bennett Humphreys, on the farm on which his death occurred. Mr. Clatterbuck bought this farm from his father-in -law, the late Warren Humphreys, at the time of his marriage and he had lived there since.

      Besides his wife and parents, he is survived by four children, namely, Warrene, Paul, Elburn and Marvin; also two sisters and two brothers, Mrs. Ova P. Wilson and Miss Mary Clatterbuck, of New Bloomfield, and Charles and Douglas Clatterbuck of Guthrie.

      Funeral services were held at Dry Fork Baptist Church, two miles west of Guthrie, Tuesday afternoon, the Rev. C.A. Mitchell, officiating and burial was in the church cemetery. Mr. Clatterbuck joined this church when he was 14 years old and was a member until his death. He also was a member of Boydsville Camp of Modern Woodsmen and the Guthrie Camp of Royal Neighbors.

      Mr. Clatterbuck dealt extensively in mules and thoroughbred hogs and was eminently successful in his farm and stock operations. He was a good businessman, highly esteemed by his friends and neighbors, and his death is sincerely regretted by the people of the community in which he lived.

      JAMES HENRY CLATTERBUCK (April 19, 1848-September 19, 1915)

      James H. Clatterbuck, 67 years old, died at his home in New Bloomfield early Sunday morning after a year's illness with asthma and heart trouble. Funeral services were held at Hopewell Baptist church, west of New Bloomfield, Monday afternoon by the Rev. C. A. Mitchell, who was assisted by the Rev's E.J. Sanderson and W. M. Tipton, and burial was in the church cemetery. Mr. Clatterbuck was the youngest son of William and Caroline Clatterbuck, early day settlers in southwest Callaway. he was born at the family homestead, eight miles southwest of New Bloomfield, on April 19, 1848. his first wife was Miss Sarah C. Blythe, who died some years ago. His second wife, formerly Miss Katie Blythe, survives. Mrs. Felix Bryan, a daughter of the first union, is the only living child.

      Four brothers and two sisters of Mr. Clatterbuck are living, namely: John L., William S, Waller, and Benjamin F, and Mrs. Elizabeth Holt and Mrs. G. W. Wilson. All live in the immediate vicinity of new Bloomfield. This particular family of brothers and sisters has become noted in this country form its longevity, as there has not been a death among them since that of a twin brother of James H. two died in infancy. Thirty- four nephews and nieces of Mr. Clatterbuck are living and eight of the nephews acted as pall bearers at the funeral. Mr. Clatterbuck was a charter member of Hopewell Baptist church, and was more than ordinarily attached to it, leaving a handsome legacy in his will for the perpetual maintenance of the church cemetery. He was also a leading member of the Odd Fellows lodge of New Bloomfield. Mr. Clatterbuck was a successful farmer and cattle breeder for many years and during the years of his activity he accumulated a considerable fortune. A progressive citizen, a staunch friend and an upright businessman in southwest Callaway and will be greatly missed.

      WILLIAM SAM CLATTERBUCK (Ashland Bugle 5-9-1918)

      W.S. Clatterbuck, 76 years old, died at his home two miles west of New Bloomfield, Thursday, May 2, 1918, of complications of diseases, we learn from the News. Funeral services were conducted at Hopewell Baptist Church Friday by the Rev. C.A. Mitchell. Burial was in the church cemetery.

      LUCY LEE WILSON (Dec 3, 1918)

      The death Dec 3, 1918 of Lucy Lee Wilson 8 years old was followed 3 days later by the death of her mother Mrs. Guy Clatterbuck Wilson, 31. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Waller Clatterbuck and wife of Ova P. Wilson. Both died of influenza followed by pneumonia, The Wilson home is in the neighborhood of Hopewell church 7 miles SE of Ashland.


      Pneumonia caused death, Hamilton Wilson contracted disease while waiting on family of cousin.

      Hamilton Wilson, 46 years old, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Wilson, of west of New Bloomfield, died of pneumonda, Tuesday afternoon, December 10, at the home of his cousin, Ova P. Wilson. Deceased was a brother of Mrs. Arthur T. Bullard, east of Ashland.

      His death was the third that has occured at the O.P. Wilson home in ten days, says the Fulton Gazette. The first was Lucy Lee, eight year old daughter of Mr. Wilson, and the second was Mrs. Wilson. Mr. Wilson went tot he O.P. Wilson home when the members of the family became ill for the purpose of assisting and caring for them. He became ill himself a few days later and was never able to make headway against the disease. Affable and kind, Hamilton Wilson had a wide and circle of friends. He united with Dry Fork Church in his youth. The funeral and burial took place at Hopewell. Rev. C.A. Mitchell conducted services.

      MRS. CHARLES THOMAS (Sept 11, 1919)

      Mrs. Charles Thomas, 60, passed away recently at her home west of New Bloomfield. Deceased is survived by husband and two daughters, Mrs. Ed Wilson and Mrs. Joe Clatterbuck.


      Benjamin Clatterbuck, 78, died Dec. 28, he was born on farm west of New Bloomfield. He had brother, Samuel Clatterbuck, dec. and sisters Mrs. George W. Wilson.

      MRS. MARGARET CLATTERBUCK ( May 21, 1922)

      Mrs. Margaret Clatterbuck 56, wife of J.W. Clatterbuck, cashier of Bank of Guthrie daughter of William and Amanda Duley died Monday May 21, 1922 of spinal meningitis. She was buried in Dry Fork survived by husband, 2 daughters, Mrs. A.F. Martin, Mrs. Raymond Whitfield of Ashland and 1 son, Paul Clatterbuck of Guthrie.

      For many years deceased was a resident of Ashland. She was the daughter of William and Amanda Duley, pioneers who lived just across Cedar Creek where R. A. Hudson now lives.

      She is survived by her husband, 2 daughters, Mrs. A.F. Martin and Mrs. Raymond Whitfield of this vicinity and by one son, Paul of Guthrie.

      MRS. MARGARET CLATTERBUCK(Ashland Bugle, May 1922)

      Mrs. Margaret Clatterbuck, 56, wife of J.W. Clatterbuck, cashier of the Bank of Guthrie, died of spinal meningitis. Funeral services conducted at Dry Fork and burial in church cemetery. Former resident of Ashland and mother of Mrs. A.F. Martin and Mrs. Raymond Whitfield.

      ELMO FOSTER ( Feb 17, 1923)

      Four year old son of Mr. And Mrs. W.W. Foster, died at the home a mile south of Guthrie.Child died of Diphtheria. Elmo Wilson Foster, four years old, died of diphtheria Saturday morning at 1:00 o’clock at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Foster, one mile south of Guthrie. The child was taken ill with a cold and the first of the week but diphtheria did not develop until Thursday. Burial took place in the cemetery of Dry Fork Baptist Church, west of Guthrie, at 3:00 o’clock. Saturday afternoon.

      Besides his parents he is survived by two half brothers and one half sister; Paul and Marvin and Warrene Clatterbuck. He was a nephew of E.R. and J.C. Humpnreys of this city.

      The little fellow was quite a bright winning child and the family has the sympathy of the community in their bereavement.

      ELLA BENNETT HUMPHREYS CLATTERBUCK FOSTER (July 27, 1923) Mrs. W.W. Foster, 47 years old, died Friday morning at 4:30 o’clock at her home one mile south of Guthrie. Mrs. Foster’s health began to fail about two years ago and since that time she grew gradually worse until her death, having been confined to her bed for the last six months. Her eye-sight also became affected and she had been totally blind for more than a year. She was taken to St. Louis and examined by specialists who discovered a growth at the back of the brain which is supposed to have caused her death.

      Funeral services are to be held at Dry Fork Baptist Church, west of Guthrie, Saturday morning at 11:00 o’clock, conducted by the Rev. S.S. Keith, of Columbia, and burial will be in the cemetery of that church.

      Mrs. Foster was born January 18, 1876 on a farm northeast of Guthrie and had spent practically her entire life in that neighborhood. Her maiden name was Ella Bennett Humphreys. She was educated in Fulton, attending high school here for four years. She was twice married, first to Boyd Clatterbuck, who died in 1913, and some years later to W.W. (Buck) Foster, who survives. Three children by the first marriage also survive: Miss Warrene Clatterbuck and Paul and Marvin Clatterbuck, all of whom live at home. One child by the second marriage, Elmo Foster, five years old, died about two months ago. Two brothers also are living: J.C. Humphreys, county superintendent of schools, and Egbert Humphreys, clerk of the Callaway county circuit court, both of Fulton.

      Mrs. Foster had been a member of the Baptist church since young girlhood, and was a true Christian woman. Kindhearted, sympathetic and devoted to her family she will be greatly missed in her home circle and as well as by friends and acquaintances in the community in which she spent her life. Much sympathy is extended.

      JOHN MARTIN WILSON (Dec 18, 1923)

      John M. Wilson who died in the Boone County hospital December 18, (1923) was a Civil War Veteran and fought under Price. He was the father of Mrs. W.B. Foster and Mrs. Belle Burnett of this vicinity. He was born in Boone County February 15, 1838. The burial was at the Old Prospect Cemetery, under the auspices of the Masonic Lodge.

      MISS LOLLIE CLATTERBUCK (Ashland Bugle, April 13, 1924)

      Miss Lollie Clatterbuck, 25 years old, whose home was near Englewood, died at 2:30 Sunday morning, April 13. Funeral services were conducted by the Rev. E A. Jones. Deceased is survived by parents, 3 sisters and 4 brothers.

      MARY MAUDE POLAND CLATTERBUCK(Ashland Bugle, 9-10-1925)

      Mrs. Clatterbuck Dead Mrs. Waller L. Clatterbuck, 42 years old died at her home near Guthrie, August 31, of paralysis. Funeral services were held at Dry Fork Baptist Church Tuesday afternoon, conducted by the Rev. Keith of Columbia, and burial was in the church cemetery. She is survived by her husband.


      Native of New Bloomfield Community died at her home Friday morning-
      Funeral Saturday
      Mrs. Elizabeth A. Holt, 86 years old, died at her home in New Bloomfield, Friday morning at 2:00, after an illness of two weeks due to the infirmities of age.

      Funeral services were held at the Hopewell Baptist church, two miles west of New Bloomfield, Saturday morning at 11:00 o'clock conducted by the Rev. R.L. Armstrong, of Auxvasse, and burial was in the cemetery of that church.

      Mrs. Holt was born on a farm seven miles west of New Bloomfield, September 29, 1839, and had lived in that community all her life. her maiden name was Elizabeth Clatterbuck. She was of a family of ten children, four sons and six daughters, only three of whom are now living: Mrs. Caroline Wilson, of Ashland, and J.L. and Walter Clatterbuck of New Bloomfield. Her husband, Timothy Holt, died in 1912. Ten children, five sons and five daughters, survive; J.N. and H.S. Holt and Mrs. J.B. Hudson of New Bloomfield, W.C. Holt of Los Angeles, Cal; A.P. Holt of Omaha, Neb., L.H. Holt of Fulton; Mrs. C.W. Greenway of Chicago; Mrs. Pearl Shafer, of San Francisco, Cal; Mrs. M.P, Fox of Kansas City, and Mrs. Fannie Yates, of Washington D.C. Seventeen grandchildren, and five great grandchildren also are living.

      Mrs. Holt was a lifelong member of the Baptist church, and found great pleasure in carrying her religion into her daily life. During her long residence in the same community she formed scores of friends, all of whom will regret to hear of her death. Much sympathy is extended to those whom her passing brings sorrow.

      MRS. MAE CLATTERBUCK BRAHAM (Ashland Bugle, 9-16-1926)

      Mrs. Mae Clatterbuck Braham, 33, died Sept. 5, at her home in Hatton, Callaway county. Deceased was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Clatterbuck, southwest of New Bloomfield.

      WALLER CLATTERBUCK (Aug 1, 1928)

      Waller Clatterbuck, 83, died Aug. 1, at his farm a mile NW of New Bloomfield and was buried at Dry Fork Tuesday. Survived by one brother, John Lewis Clatterbuck and one sister, Mrs, G.W. Wilson who lives with her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Bullard N.E. of Ashland. Wife was America Caroline Hudson also survives, son Douglas Clatterbuck of Auxvasse and daughter Mrs. Curtis Christian also survives.


      Jefferson City Post Tribune, Saturday, May 18, 1929
      New Bloomfield Woman Dead
      Mrs. America Clatterbuck,76, a Life Long-Resident
      Mrs. America Clatterbuck, one of the oldest and best known residents of the New Bloomfield neighborhood and widely known in Cole County died this morning after a lingering illness. She had been making her home with her daughter, Mrs. Curtis Christian near New Bloomfield since the death of her husband, Waller Clatterbuck about a year ago.

      Mrs. Clatterbuck was 76 years old and was born and reared in the New Bloomfield community. She resided there practically all her life.

      Two children mourn her death, Mrs. Christian and Douglas Clatterbuck of McCredie. One sister, Mrs. Ada Jones of New Bloomfield and four brothers, Sam, John, Robort and Hiram Hudson all of Callaway county also survive.

      The funeral will take place from the Dry Fork Baptist Church at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon.

      JOHN LEWIS CLATTERBUCK (Dec 27, 1929)

      J.L. Clatterbuck Found Dead (Dec 27, 1929)

      Resident of Guthrie Community, 96 years old, died at his home Friday Morning-John L. Clatterbuck, 96 years old, was found dead in bed at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ora Smith, near Guthrie, with whom he lived, Friday morning about 8:00 o’clock. Mr. Clatterbuck had been in unusually good health for one of his age, and ate heartily Thursday. He retired about his regular time Thursday night, apparently as well as usual. It is not known what time death occurred, as his passing was not discovered until someone wen to his room this morning. Funeral arrangements had not been made Friday afternoon.

      Mr. Clatterbuck was born in the Guthrie community, and had lived all his life within three miles from the farm on which he died. He is survived by eight children, four sons and four daughters. They are: William and Baxter Clatterbuck, Guthrie; J.H. Clatterbuck, Nevada, MO, Robert Clatterbuck, Jefferson City; Obe Clatterbuck East St. Louis, Mrs. Ora B. Smith, Mrs. Samuel Hudson, Mrs. Annie Wilson and Mrs. Rennie Clatterbuck, all of Guthrie.

      Mr. Clatterbuck was a charter member of the Dry Fork Baptist Church, near Guthrie and was one of its faithful and active members during his long life time.


      Cashier of Guthrie Bank died Suddenly attack of Acute Indigestion Fatal to John W. Clatterbuck Friday

      Funeral on Sunday- was prominent in business life of Boone and Callaway for many years John William Clatterbuck, 65 years old, cashier of the Guthrie Bank died at his home in Guthrie shortly after noon Friday, following an attack of acute indigestion. He had suffered a similar attack previously but had recovered sufficiently to be at work on the bank again and had worked there on Thursday before his death. He was able to go about his home Friday morning but did not feel well enough to go to his work so remained at the house where the end came.

      Funeral services will be conducted at the Dry Fork Baptist Church Monday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock by Rev. H.P.Cheavens of Ashland. Internment will be in the cemetery of the church. Mr. Clatterbuck was the oldest living member of a family of 11. _older than he having died in infancy. he was a son of the late John L. and Lucy F. Clatterbuck and was born in the Guthrie community May 5, 1865. He spent his entire life in or near the neighborhood of his nativity, having been engaged in the milling business in Ashland and in Guthrie for 13 years or more and in the mercantile business in the old trade center building in Ashland for a like period. He also was engaged in farming at several intervals and for the past fourteen years had been cashier of the Guthrie bank.

      He was married in 1865 to Miss Maggie Duley, who died May 22, 1922. Three children of this union survive, Mrs. Abbie Martin, and Mrs. Dixie Whitfield, both of Ashland and Paul William Clatterbuck, of New Bloomfield.

      In September, 1925 Mr. Clatterbuck was married to Miss Peal Holt of Guthrie who survives. Besides his widow and children, nine brothers and sisters are living; Mrs. SH. Hudson and Mrs. Lorenzo Clatterbuck of Boone county, B.G. Clatterbuck, Guthrie, RW Clatterbuck of Jefferson City, WL Clatterbuck and Mrs. O.L. Smith, Guthrie, There are also four grandchildren and numerous other relatives.

      Mr. Clatterbuck was a modern woodsman and a member of the Dry Fork Baptist Church in which he held the office of treasurer and was teacher of the men’s adult class and the Sunday School class. He was was known as an upright and honest business man and one who was kind and _ to all. His passing will be moved not only by the large number of relatives, but also by a number of friends whom he formed during the many years of kindness activity.

      Tribute from True Friend In the passing of J.W. Clatterbuck, cashier of the Guthrie Bank, at his home in Guthrie, Missouri. a good and noble man has gone to his eternal reward.

      Mr. Clatterbuck, or Willie, as he was affectionately called by any of his friends, was a sincere Christian a helpful friend to many who went to him for advice and a true gentleman in every sense of the word. His faith was beautiful. The entire community is saddened by the sudden and unexpected passing of this noble man. His devoted wife, who was Miss Pearl Holt before her marriage, is inconsolably grief-stricken over the loss of her companion.

      Mr. Clatterbuck’s loyalty to God was a glowing example of what the kindredship between a man and his Heavenly Father should be. The world is better for his having lived in it, and his memory will be cherished until we meet him over there. I cannot say, and I will not say that he is dead. He is just away. With a cherry smile and a wave of a hand, he has wandered not an unknown land. leaving us dreaming how very fair It needs must be since he’s entered there. And you, Oh you, who the wildest yearn For the old-time step and the glad return, Think of him faring on as dear in the love of There, as the love of here; Think of him still the same, I say, He is not dead, he is just away.

      John William Clatterbuck (Ashland Bugle October 1930)

      Former Resident of Ashland and Later Cashier of Bank at Guthrie Passes-Acute indigestion cause of death. J.W. Clatterbuck widely known resident of Callaway county and cashier of the bank at Guthrie died suddenly of acute indigestion early last Friday afternoon, October 3. establishment of the town.

      Funeral services were conducted at Dry Fork Church by the Rev. H. P. Cheavens.

      Deceased, was the son of J.L. and Lucy Clatterbuck, was born May 5, 1865. he was married in January 1889, to Maggie Duley, who passed away May 21, 1922. To this union was born three children, Mrs. A.F. Martin, and Mrs. S.R. Whitfield, of Ashland, and Paul W. Clatterbuck, of New Bloomfield, and on Sept. 5, 1925, he was married to Pearl Holt, who survives, as do five Brothers and four sisters. He was the first of ten children to pass away.

      RICHARD PAYNE CLATTERBUCK (Ashland Bugle, 1-22-31)

      Body Found in Yard by Members of Family. Richard P. Clatterbuck, 75, evidently dead for some time before discovery made.

      Richard P. Clatterbuck, 75 was a well known farmer living west of New Bloomfield, was found dead this Friday morning at eleven o'clock in the yard by members of his family. The exact time of his death was not known, as he had been out of the house for some time before discovery of the body was made. Funeral services were held at Hopewell and burial in the cemetery.

      ROBERT WESLEY CLATTERBUCK in K.C .(Ashland Bugle 3-5-1931)

      R.W. Clatterbuck, 57 years old, former resident of Ashland, and a native of Guthrie neighborhood, died Saturday night (Feb. 28) at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Gilbert Vosseller, in Kansas City. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday at Dry Fork, The Rev. S.S. Keith officiating.

      Robert Wesley Clatterbuck-March 1, 1931 R.W. Clatterbuck died in Kansas City-Former Callawegian passed away Saturday-burial at Dry Fork Tuesday- Robert W. Clatterbuck, 57 years old, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Gilbert Vosseler, 427 Benton boulevard, Kansas City, MO, Saturday night, according to word received in Fulton by relatives. He had been in ill health for about a year and death resulted for complications.

      A funeral service will be conducted at Dry Fork Church, west of Guthrie in Callaway county Tuesday afternoon at 2:00, by the Rev. S. S. Keith, of Columbia, and burial will be in the cemetery of that church.

      Mr. Clatterbuck was born in April 1874, on a farm in the Guthrie community and lived practically his entire life in this county. He was a son of John W. Clatterbuck, who died about a year ago at the age of 90 years. For the last few years, Mr. Clatterbuck has resided in Jefferson City where he served as a state prison guard.

      Besides his widow, who formerly was Miss Leona Douglas, of Boone county, Mr. Clatterbuck is survived by three children. They are: Mrs. Roy Clinkenbeard, Ashland, Douglas Clatterbuck, Jefferson City, and Mrs. Voessler, Kansas City.

      BAXTER G. CLATTERBUCK (April 17, 1933)

      Guthrie man died Monday Afternoon-Baxter G. Clatterbuck was rural letter Carrier for last 26 years,

      Baxter G. Clatterbuck, 61 years old a native of Callaway county and a life long resident of this and Boone counties, died at his home in Guthrie at 4:30 o’clock, Monday afternoon, afternoon, after an illness of about seven months. A funeral service was conducted at 3:30 o’clock, Tuesday afternoon at Dry Fork Baptist Church, west of Guthrie, by the Rev. H.P. Cheavens of Ashland. Burial was in Dry Fork cemetery.

      Mr. Clatterbuck was a son of John and Lucy Reynolds Clatterbuck, pioneer residents of the Kingdom. He was born December 8, 1871, on, a farm near Guthrie, and lived his entire life in that community and in the edge of Boone county, where the family owned a farm. He was one of a family of ten children that grew to maturity. During the early part of his life he devoted his time to farming. Twenty-six years ago he secured the position of rural mail carrier from the Guthrie post office, and served in this capacity until September 10, 1932 when his health compelled him to retire.

      On December 13, 1893, Mr. Clatterbuck was married to Miss Ida M. Allen who, with two children, survives. The children are: Roy A. Clatterbuck of Jefferson City, and Mrs. Irvin Reynolds of New Bloomfield, He also leaves three grandchildren, Gladys, and Peyton and Reed Reynolds, new Bloomfield, three brothers and four sisters; Waller L. Clatterbuck, and J Horst Clatterbuck, Guthrie, Obe Clatterbuck, East St. Louis, Mrs. Samuel H. Hudson, Mrs. Carl A. Wilson, Mrs. O. L. Smith, and Mrs. Callie Clatterbuck Guthrie.

      Mr. Clatterbuck united with the Dry Fork Baptist Church forty years ago and also was a charter member of the Modern Woodsmen of America. He was substantial and respected citizen and public servant and will be greatly missed by his many friends in the Guthrie community, as well as in Callaway county.

      CHURCHILL CLATTERBUCK DEAD (Ashland Bugle 5-16-1935)

      Churchill Clatterbuck, 60, ill for more than a year of a malignant throat trouble, died May 8, at his home near New Bloomfield. He was born in the Guthrie community in 1874. Burial was made at Dry Fork.


      Mrs. Clatterbuck dies at Boydsville. Funeral Services held Saturday afternoon at Dry Fork for Callawegian

      Mrs. Callie Clatterbuck, 72 years old, wife of Renie Clatterbuck, died Thursday at her home west of Boydsville, of a complication of diseases. She recently returned to Callaway after visiting at the home of a daughter in St. Louis.

      Funeral Services were conducted at 2:00 o’clock Saturday afternoon at Dry Fork Baptist Church, west of Guthrie, by the Rev. Lloyd Sapp of Ashland, and burial was in Dry Fork cemetery.

      Surviving Mrs. Clatterbuck besides her husband are six of a family of eight children. She also leaves three sisters and three brothers. Mrs. Laura Hudson, Mrs. Ory Smith, and Mrs. Carl Wilson, of Guthrie, Waller Clatterbuck of Topeka, Kansas, and Obe Clatterbuck of St. Louis.

      Mrs. Clatterbuck had been a member of Dry Fork Church since young girlhood. her passing brings sincere regret to a wide circle of friends in the county.

      Funeral Services were conducted

      ROY CLATTERBUCK Dead at Fulton(Ashland Bugle, d. April 20, 1943)

      Roy Clatterbuck former resident of Jefferson City died 3:20 a.m. yesterday at the home of his mother, Mrs. Ida Clatterbuck in Fulton. He had been ill since March of last year and was 46 years old at the time of his death. Born in Guthrie July 2, 1897. He came to Jefferson City in 1927 and remained here for years as a salesman of the Ford, Dodge and International Trucks Motor Company. He left there in 1940 and moved to (unreadable) Besides his mother and his wife, Clara, he is survived by his daughter, Mrs. Grace Walker of Indianapolis, Indiana and a sister, Mrs. Grace Reynolds of New Bloomfield. Funeral services will be held at Guthrie, MO.

      WALLER LUTHER CLATTERBUCK (October 21, 1943)

      Waller L. Clatterbuck died Wednesday morning at 3:15 o’clock at his home here. He was 66 years old. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock, at the Dry Fork Baptist Church, of which he was a member. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Services will be conducted by the Rev. C.E. Hanan of Fulton.

      Mr. Clatterbuck, who was the son of the late J.L. and Lucy Reynolds Clatterbuck, had been living in Fulton for the past six years and was employed at the State Hospital here.

      He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Myrtle Farmer Clatterbuck and two children, Jennie Lou, 14, and Genevieve, 12. Also surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Laura Hudson of Ashland, Mrs. Ory Smith of Guthrie and Mrs. Carl Wilson of Guthrie, and a brother, O.H. Clatterbuck of Keast St. Louis, Ill.


      Funeral held today for Mrs. Hudson (Ashland Bugle, Nov. 23, 1949)

      Funeral services for Mrs. Laura Clatterbuck Hudson, who dieded at her home in Guthrie Monday noon, were held at 2 o'clock this afternoon at the Dry Fork Baptist church by the Rev. J.A. Bryson, assisted by the Rev. Dan Bryson, with a burial in the adjoining cemetery. Mrs. Hudson, widow of sam Hudson lived West of Guthrie on Cedar creek for more than 50 years. She became a member of Dry Fork church at the age of 12. Survivors include a son, Charles S. Hudson of Jefferson City, five grandchildren, Mrs. Wesley Shelton, Mrs. Joe Young, Paul Hudson, Harris Hudson and Martha Sue Hudson, two great grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs. Ory Smith and Mrs. Carl Wilson and several nieces and nephews. Two sons, J. Gid and Moss. H. Hudson.


      Shannon Douglas Clatterbuck, 75, native of Callaway County, died Saturday at a hospital in Omaha, Neb, where he had been making his home for the past five years. Mr. Clatterbuck was admitted to the hospital on Thursday.

      Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2’oclok at Dry Fork Church in Guthrie. Interment will be in Memorial Gardens Cemetery . The body will lie in state at the Maupin Funeral Home in Fulton.

      Mr. Clatterbuck was born on March 12, 1880. He had lied in the Guthrie and Auvasse communities prior to moving to Nebraska. Mr. Clatterbuck was a retired farmer.

      Survivors include his wife, seven sons; two daughters, including Mrs. James Bell of Auxvasse; and a sister, Mrs. Curtis Christian of New Bloomfield.

      Funeral Services Held Tuesday for S.D. Clatterbuck Funeral services were held for Shannon Douglas Clatterbuck, 75 of Omaha Neb., on Tuesday afternoon at the Dry Fork Baptist Church at Guthrie of which he was a life long member. Nr. Clatterbuck died Saturday at a hospital in Omaha. The Rev. John Ross of Kansas City conducted the service. Interment was in Memorial Gardens Cemetery, south of Fulton.

      Honorary pallbearers were: horace Holt, O.P. Wilson, Herbert Craghead, Hershel Criswell, Willie Brooks, and Donald Waggoner. The active pallbearers were; Arnold Bedsworth, W. Paul Clatterbuck, Charlie Hudson, Wallace Jones, and Hubert Mirts.

      Members of the immediate family attending the funeral included Mr. Clatterbuck’s widow, Mrs. Annie Messersmith Clatterbuck of Omaha, Miss Georgia Clatterbuck of Washington, D.C.; Mr. and Mrs. Hurbert Clatterbuck, Mr. and Mrs. Reed Clatterbuck, and daughters, Joyce and Rita.

      Mr. and Mrs. Lee Clatterbuck, Mr. and Mrs. harold Clatterbuck, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Clatterbuck, of Omaha, Neb., Lyle Clatterbuck of Sioux City, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Donald CLatterbuck of Nashville, TN; and Mr. and Mrs. James Bell and son Jerry of Auxvasse.

      Mr. Clatterbuck is survived also by one sister, Mrs. G.C. Christian of Guthrie, and 12 grandchildren.

      He was born on March 12, 1880, in Callaway County, where he spent most of his life.


      L. Douglas Clatterbuck, 56, owner and operator of Mobile homes Inc., died Monday at his home, 4919 Topeka Avenue. He was born April 1, 1902, in Callaway County, MO. and had lived in Topeka since 1952. He was a member of the Moose Lodge.

      He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Altha Clatterbuck of the home: two sons, Gene Clatterbuck, Topeka, and Robert Clatterbuck, Lawton. OK., a daughter, Mrs Weldon Wernex, Overland Park; his mother, Mrs. Leona Clatterbuck, Jefferson City, MO;: as sister, Mrs. G.S. Vosseller, Mission, and eight grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Wall-Diffenderfer Mortuary.

      MRS. THOMAS CLATTERBUCK (Ashland, MO. July 13, 1960)

      Mrs. Thomas Clatterbuck, 57, died at 5 o’clock yesterday afternoon at her home east of here after an illness of a year.

      The former Ruby Marie Hendricks was born July 4, 1903 in Callaway Co. to Hugh and Emma Sampson Hendricks. She married Thomas Clatterbuck on Jan 2, 1924. He died last March 9. She was a member of the Millers Creek Baptist Church. Survivors include her mother, and two daughters, Mrs. Eddie Nichols and Mrs. Junior Garrett, all of Ashland; four sisters-Mrs. Nim Allen of 310 Duncan St., Columbia, Mrs. Earl Holladay of Peabody, Kansas, Mrs. Bartely Kyger of Fulton and Mrs. Gilbert Mackbee of Ashland; two brothers, Dave Hendricks of Jefferson City and Charles Hendricks of Fulton.

      Funeral and burial at New Salem.

      PAUL CLATTERBUCK died Wednesday in Kansas City(1962)

      Paul Clatterbuck, 56 year old former Fultonian, died yesterday at St. Luke's ospital in Kansas City after having suffered a heart attack at his home, 4414 West 74th Terrace, Prarie Village, Kansas.

      A memorial service will be held at the Colonial Congregational Church in Prarie Village at 10:00 a.m. and funeral services will be held at 3:30 that afternoon at Maupin's Funeral Home here. Internment will be in the Callaway Memorial Cemetery and services will be conducted by the Rev. Lewis Krause Pastor of the First Baptist Church here.

      Mr. Clatterbuck was born Oct 27, 1905 near Gurthrie, the son of the late Boyd L. Clatterbuck and Ella Humphreys Clatterbuck. He graduated from the New Bloomfield schools and attended Westminister College. He was an engineer with the State Highway Department in Jefferson City for a number of years, and for the past 20 years had been a civil engineer with the J.C. Nichols Co. of Kansas City.

      Mr. Clatterbuck was a deacon in the Colonial Congregational Church the past 10 years and had been active in Boy Scout work, and at the time of his death was vice-chairman of Troop 92 of Kansas City.

      He is survived by his wife, the former Miss Flora Conner of Malta Bend, and a son, Paul H. Jr. of the home. Also surviving is a sister, Miss Warrene Clatterbuck of Fulton and a brother, Marvin B. Clatterbuck of Salem, OR. He was a nephew of Mrs. Curtis Christian of New Bloomfield and the late Judge E.R. and J.C. Humphreys of Fulton.

      SETH RAYMOND WHITFIELD (Ashland, 1965)

      Seth Raymond Whitfield, 70 died at noon Tuesday at Boone County Hospital. He was born Oct 22, 1895, near Ashland, to Thomas E. and Ella C. Whitfield. Mr. Whitfield was a member of the New Salem Baptist Church for over 50 years, was a veteran of World War I and a member of Ashland Masonic Lodge.

      He is survived by his widow, Dixie Clatterbuck Whitfield: two daughters , Mrs. Margaret Sherlock of Chicago, Il, and Mrs. Mariana St. Lawerence of Los Angeles, CA; a son, William T. Whitfield, of Los Angeles, A sister, Mrs. George L. Quinn of 1109 Sunset Lane, Columbia: a brother, Spencer C. Whitfield of Ashland and nine grandchildren, Susan, Judy, and Jack Sherlock, Terri, Lynne, Joni, Mike and Geri St. Lawrence and Stacey Whitfield.

      Other surviving relatives are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Quinn of Independence, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lanham of Columbia and Mr. and Mrs. James R. Tudor and son Martin of Columbia.

      Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, at Burnett Funeral home. Burial will be in New Salem Cemetery. The body will remain a the funeral home until time for burial.

      MRS. VERNON CLATTERBUCK (Friday May 15, 1970)

      Mrs. Jewell Clatterbuck, Fulton, Missouri
      Birth April 20, 1916, Callaway County, Missouri
      Parents:S Clinton and Rosie Sanders Sparks.
      Husband: Vernon Clatterbuck
      Daughters: Mrs. Betty Yancey, Fulton, Mrs. Elaine Wilson, New Bloomfield.
      Sisters:Mrs.Lorraine Boyce and Mrs. Helen Orchard, both of Fulton, Mrs. Margaret Jones, New Bloomfield
      Brother:S.T. Sparks, Fulton
      Grandchildren: 4
      Occupation: State Dept of Revenue
      Church: Dry Fork Church
      Burial:Dry Fork Church Cemetery

      CHARLES REID CLATTERBUCK (June 21, 1973)

      Charles Reid Clatterbuck
      Age: 61
      Death:Thursday evening, June 21, 1973 in Omaha, Nebraska.
      Birth:January 16, 1912, Guthrie, Missouri
      Parents: S. Douglass and Annie M. Clatterbuck.
      Moved to Omaha:1946 Occupation:Livestock Farmer
      Wife:Virginia Hamilton of Kentucky
      Daughters: Mrs. Robert Selhausek, Fort Collins,Colorado
      Rita Jean Clatterbuck, Rochester, New York
      Bothers: Hubert, Lee, Harold, Lyle, Donald, Dale
      Siters:Mrs. Jim (Mabyl) Bell of Omaha,NE
      Georgia Clatterbuck, Richmond, Virginia


      LUTHER CLATTERBUCK (Sept 12, 1977)

      Luther Clatterbuck
      Age: 83
      Birth: March 28, 1984 in Callaway Co, MO
      Death: September 12, 1977
      Parents: Lorenzo and Carolina Clatterbuck.
      Sister: Mrs, Lucy Mae Hinshaw
      Brother, Neuman Clatterbuck
      Burial: Dry Fork Church Cemetery.

      ERBAN MARTIN CLATTERBUCK (Kingdom Daily Sun Gazette- June 10, 1982)

      Erban M. Clatterbuck
      Age: 76
      Born Dec 5, 1905, west of New Bloomfield in Callaway County
      Death:Tuesday, June 8, 1982.
      Burial: Cheyenne, Wyoming Wife: Lucille Robertson of the state of Minnesota on May 26, 1932.
      Daughter: Kay E. Clatterbuck of Chicago, Ill.
      Sisters: Mrs. Mae Sweaney of Fulton, Mrs. J.A. Stepp of Jefferson City and Mrs. Charles Kidd of Cheyenne, Wyo:
      Aunt: Hyten Clatterbuck of Iowa Falls, Iowa
      Cousins: Vernon Clatterbuck of Fulton, Newman Clatterbuck and Lucy Mae Hinshaw of Columbia.
      Married: 50 years


      Miss Warrene Clotterbuck the daughter of the late Boyd and Ella Humphreys Clotterbuck, died Monday evening, Aug 9, 1982, at Callaway Memorial Hospital after a lingering illness. Miss Clotterbuck was born, June 7, 1904 near Carrington, MO and lived her entire live in Callaway County.

      She is survived by one brother, Marvin B. Clotterbuck of San Jose, California; two sisters in law, Mrs.Marilyn Clotterbuck of San Jose, and Mrs.Paul Clotterbuck of Kansas City, Kansas, four neohews and one niece, as well as several great nephews, nieces and cousin. A brother, Paul H. Clotterbuck, Sr. preceded her in death.

      Following the death of her parents, she came to Fulton and made her home with her uncle, S.R. Humphreys and Family. She continued to live with her cousins, Miss Mossie Humphreys and the late Mrs. Claude Dudley.

      She was a graduate of New Bloomfield High School, Williams Woods College, and Central Missouri University -Warrensburg. She taught a fifth grae class in the Fulton Public Schools for 47 years. She was an active member of the First Baptist Church of Fulton, Callaway county historical society, Delta Kappa Gamma and the retired teachers of Callaway County.

      Her funeral will be held at the First Baptist CHurch at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday. Burial will follow in Callaway Memorial Garden. The family requests memorials go to the First Bapist Church building fund or the Callaway County historical Society. Visitation will be at the funeral home from 10-11:30 a.m. Wednesday.

      (In an obituary in yesterday’s edition the deceased name should have appeared as Warrene Clatterbuck. In addition, a surviving sister in law should have been identified as Mrs. Marvin Clatterbuck.)

      Miss Clatterbuck was born June 7, 1904, near Carrington, MO, and lived her entire life in Callaway County. She died Monday evening at Callaway Memorial Hospital.

      NEUMAN CLATTERBUCK (March 28, 1983)

      Newman Clatterbuck
      Age: 73
      Birth: August 8, 1909
      Death: March 28, 1983, Boone Hospital
      Burial: Dry Fork Cemetery in Callaway CO.
      Parents: Lorenzo and Caroline Clatterbuck
      Occupation: Insurance saleman and Farmer
      Wife: Jeanette Stone
      Sister: Lucy May Hinshaw of Columbia

      GEORGIA COLLINS CLATTEBUCK (February 7, 1995)

      Georgia C. Clatterbuck
      Age: 92
      Birth: Sept, 20, 1902, in West Plains Death:Tuesday, February 7, 1995, at the Lindenwood Nursing home in Omaha, Nebraska.
      Burial: Callaway Memorial Cemetery, Fulton.
      Parent: Douglas and Annie Messersmith Clatterbuck.

      Sister: Mrs. Jim (Maybl) Bell, Rowena(Deceased)
      Brothers: Hubert, Lee, and Harold Clatterbuck, all of Omaha, Lyle Clatterbuck of Sioux City, Iowa, Donald Clatterbuck of Stratford, Wisconsin and Dale Clatterbuck of Lexington, Nebraska. Reid Clatterbuck (Deceased)
      Occupation: School Teacher, then Government post with Department of Defense.

      GEORGE DONALD CLATTERBUCK (September 15, 1999)

      George Donald Clatterbuck
      Born: Guthrie Missouri
      death: Sept. 13, 1999
      Daughters:Terrie Parenteau of White Water, Wis., Julia Celebi of Metter and Lora Goldensoph of Milwaukee.
      Brothers, Lee Clatterbuck of Bellevue, Neb., Lyle Clatterbuck of Sioux City, Iowa, Dale Clatterbuck of Lexington, Neb., and Harold Clatterbuck of Bennington, Neb.
      Sister, Mabel Bell of Columbia, Mo
      Occupation: Cattle BrokerMBR> Burial: Evergreen Memorial Park Gardens in Omaha, Nebraska.


      Vera Kathleen Aye Clatterbuck
      Age: 69, Topeka
      Birth: Oct. 13, 1930, in Avalon, Mo
      Death: Saturday, Aug. 12, 2000
      Parents: Ralph B. and Mabel Riddle Aye.
      Husband:Gene Clatterbuck
      Marriage:May 28, 1954, in Allen. Death: Aug. 3, 1998.
      Son: Scott Clatterbuck, Topeka;
      sisters: Evelyn English Allen; and Judy Giddings, Emporia;
      Brothers, Delbert Aye, Tonganoxie; Neal Aye, Willow Springs, Mo.; and Phillip Aye and Sylburt Aye, both of Allen;
      Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery.


      Merle Clatterbuck, Age: 94 Location: San Angelo, Texas Birth: August 21, 1905, Ashland, Missouri
      Death: Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2000
      Burial: Lawnhaven Memorial Gardens.
      Parents: John Monroe and Sarah Elizabeth Pitts
      Husband: Farest Clatterbuck
      Marriage: December 25, 1925, Columbia, Missouri
      Daughter: Bette Davern, Tucson, AZ
      Son, Bobby Dean Clatterbuck of San Angelo
      Great grandchildren:8


      Lyle Kimbrough Clatterbuck
      Age:84 BR> Born: May 2, 1916. Guthrie, Missouri
      Death:Monday, Sept. 18, 2000, in Sioux City, Iowa
      Burial: will be in Memorial Park Cemetery.
      Parents:Shannon Douglas and Annie Messersmith Clatterbuck.
      Wife: Karen Nielsen
      Marriage:June 15, 1963, Sioux City.
      Daughter and son in law: Pam and Max Sydow of Vancouver, WA
      Sister and brother in law:, Mabyl and Jim Bell of Columbia, MO;
      Brothers: Dale, Harold, Donald, Hubert, Reid, and Lee Clatterbuck Grandchildren, Ronlon and LaVonna Sydow.
      three stepchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.
      Sisters: Georgia, Rowena

      BETTY CLATTERBUCK ROOT (Oct 12, 2001)

      Betty Lou Root
      Age: 74
      Born April 30, 1927, in Jefferson City, Mo
      Death:Friday, Oct. 12, 2001, at a Topeka hospital.
      Parents: Douglas Lewis and Altha E. Clatterbuck.
      Husband:George W. Root. Death:1994.
      Marriage: March 11, 1976, in Liberty, Missouri.
      Sons: Doug Wernex, Topeka, and Gene Wernex, Gardner
      Daughters, Robbin Meyer and Karen Grimm, Overland Park
      Brother:Bob Clatterbuck, Topeka, Kansas Great-grandchildren:5
      Internment: Memorial Park Cemetery.

      NORMA LEE NICHOLS (Nov 9, 2001)

      Norma Lee Nichols
      Born December 14, 1926, in Callaway County
      Age: 74
      Died Thursday, Nov. 29, 2001, at University Hospitals and Clinics in Columbia.
      Parents:Tom and Ruby Hendricks Clatterbuck.
      Son :Alan Nichols
      Grandsons: Shelby and Colby.
      > Husband: Eddie Nichols
      Marriage: May 7, 1949, in Boonesville.
      Sister:Glenda Garrett
      Brother: Bill Clatterbuck

      JAMES P. BELL (From the Fulton Missouri Sun, Tuesday March 12, 2002)

      James P. Bell, Age:85
      Born April 20, 1916
      Death: Saturday, March 9, 2002, at the Lake Regional Hospital in Osage Beach.
      Parents:W.I. “Bill” and Rachel (Deardorff) Bell.
      Wife: Mabyl Clatterbuck
      Son, Jerry Bell of Windsor;
      Grandchildren, Kevin Bell and Candy Jo Beatty.
      Great grandchildren:5

      MARGARET WHITTLESEY CLATTERBUCK(February 1, 2003) The Tribune, San Lusi Obispo

      Margaret Whittlesey Clatterbuck, Age:92
      Born:February 26, 1910, Van Buren, Arkansas
      Death: Feb. 1, 2003, Arroyo Grande, California.
      Husband: Marvin
      Married: 66 years
      Children: Phyllis, Bruce, David and Gary. Grandchildren:6
      Great -grandchildren:13


      Pearl Clatterbuck Winscott
      Age 93
      Born May 25, 1909, in Hams Prairie, Mo
      Died April 5, 2003 at the Presbyterian Manor in Fulton.
      Parents:James Horton and Clara Josephene Powell Clatterbuck.
      Husband: Paul “Brownie” Winscott d.Dec. 31. 1967
      Marriage:June 17, 1933, in Eldon, Missouri.
      Daughter and son in law,: Jo Anne and Donald Chirnside of Maryland Heights, Missouri.
      Grandson, Kyle Bryan Chirnside of Phoenix, AZ.
      Brother, James Omer Clatterbuck.


      Gladys Marie Sapp
      Published Thursday, October 9, 2003
      Age: 87, of Bloomington, Ill.
      Birth: April 8, 1916
      Death: Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2003, at Meadows Mennonite Home in Illinois.
      born April 8, 1916, in Ashland, Missouri
      Parents: Roy Lee and Gussie Earl Clatterbuck Clinkinbeard.
      Husband:Robert A. Sapp he died 1996
      Married:Aug. 5, 1933, in Ashland.
      Occupation: bookkeeper.
      Son, Dale L. Sapp of Bloomingto
      Step-grandchildren; 4

      JOHN CLATTERBUCK (Oct 26, 2003)

      John D. Clatterbuck,
      Born Jan. 8, 1951, in Washington, D.C.
      Died:Oct. 26, 2003
      Parents: Harold W. and Nancy E. (Yates) Clatterbuck.
      Wife, Diane Sarraillon, married: June 9, 1978,
      Sons, Brad and Shane,
      Sister and brother-in-law: Nancy and Kenneth Meyer of New Berlin, Wis.

      EDDIE E. NICHOLS Published Friday, November 28, 2003

      Eddie E. Nichols
      Age: 76
      Birth: July 6, 1927, in Harrisburg
      Death: Thursday, Nov. 27, 2003, at his home.
      Burial will be in New Salem Cemetery in Ashland.
      Parents: Amos Bennett Nichols and Minnie Maude Shelton Nichols.
      Wife: Norma Lee Clatterbuck d. Nov. 29, 2001
      Marriage:May 7, 1949, in Columbia
      and she preceded him in death on Nov. 29, 2001.
      Occupation: farmer
      Son: Alan Nichols of Englewood
      Brother: Ernest "Pug" Nichols of Columbia

      VELMA G. CLATTERBUCK DAWSON (April 27, 2004)

      Velma Gertrude Dawson
      Born: July 23, 1910, New Bloomfield, MO.
      Death: April 27, 2004, St. Louis Missouri
      Parents: Edgar and Gertrude Clatterbuck
      Husband: Phillip G. Dawson, m. 64 years
      Sister, Marguerite Powell.
      Son: Richard G. Dawson and daughter in Law
      Two grand-daughters: Dr. Carolyn Halley of Seattle and Andrea Webster and husband, Jeff Emery of Felton, CA
      Nephew: James Powell and niece, Judy Dawson.


      Marvin Bennett Clatterbuck
      Born: July 7,1911, New Bloomfield, MO.
      Death: Nov. 7, 1911, Arroyo Grande, California
      Parents: Boyd and Ella Humphreys Clatterbuck
      Wife: Margaret Whittlesey , m. 65 years
      Sons: Bruce W., David B., and Gary F.
      Daughter: Phyllis J. Grandchildren: Cathy, Robert, Rebecca, Karen, Lori, and Sarah
      13 great grandchildren


      Lucy May Clatterbuck Hinshaw
      Born: Sept 24, 1907, Guthrie, Missouri.
      Death: April 28,2007, Boone County, Missouri
      Parents: James Lorenzo and Caroline Clatterbuck
      Husband: Ernest Raymond "Cherry" Hinshaw
      Married: Feb. 21, 1930
      Children: Connie Fay and Fred Newell