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From the photo files of Darla Marbut

Front Row: L-R:   Wm Kennedy, 3rd from left, F. M. Lowe,  6th from left, Mose Smith.

Ft Row Far Right: Curtis Kennedy, 3rd from right, Tom F. Kennedy, 4th from right, F. M. Smallwood.

Mid Row from right: 2nd man, W.R. "Row" Prier, Charles Van Zandt

Back Row: Far right, Luther Carlin, 3rd from right, Melvin Henson, 4th from right, Guy Carr.


                        Taken before 1930, Some Barry Co., MO Ministers

L-R: Tom Kennedy, W. M. Kennedy, Melvin Henson, W. A. Ireland, N. M. Whittington, Melvin Coons, W. R. Prier, C. M. Smith, Virgil Kimball, F. M. Smallwood, Jim Anderson, Moses Smith, F. M. Lowe and Ed Chappell

Back Row: W. E. Brown, one not identified, Henry Beck, and B. F. Crawford.

The picture was given to Rev. Charles Vanzandt, a well-known Baptist minister of later days, by Pat Brown. Charles was married to Dollie Ireland, a Zachariah Haddock descendant. W. A. Ireland mentioned here was a brother to Dollie Ireland, and they were among the children of John Christopher and Mary (Cox) Ireland. 

Historical Facts: In regard to Barry County in the long time ago. - In 1853, Dudley H. Snyder murdered Wooldgin, his step-father, on the farm now owned by Chris. Ireland south of town. Snyder was arrested incited and charge of venue was taken to Newton County, where he was tried and acquitted. Snyder moved to Texas before the war, and we are informed, lives at Georgetown, Texas, an old man, and has lost his eyesight in his old days. He amassed a very large fortune in the cattle business. April 13, 1907, Saturday, Cassville Democrat, Barry Co., MO


Rev. Virgil Kimball

Sad Death: Mrs. Kimball, wife of Rev. Virgil Kimball, was thrown from a buggy and killed in a runaway about one and a half miles, south of Shell Knob, Thursday morning of last week. Mrs. Kimball had spent Wednesday night at the home of J. W. Brock attending her grandson, Willis Brock, who was sick with typhoid fever, and was returning home in company with her granddaughter, Miss Mayme Brock, when the sad accident occurred. Mrs. Kimball was driving their family mare with a bridle without a throat latch. The mare being in a dissatisfied condition worked off the bridle, causing her to become excited and runaway. Mrs. Kimball and Miss Brock were thrown out of the buggy. Mrs. Kimball was advanced in age and her injuries proved fatal within a short while after the accident. Miss Brock was only slightly injured.

The funeral services were not held until Saturday afternoon owing to the lateness of the arrival of Rev. Kimball who was in Oklahoma at the time of the accident. A large number of friends of the family and of the deceased attended the funeral. Interment was made at the Painter Cemetery near Shell Knob. Rev. Kimball and immediate relatives have the heartfelt sympathy of the public. September 17, 1914, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO 

 

Descendants of Susan Adaline Wilcox

1 Susan Adaline Wilcox b: 1848 in Missouri d: 1914 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Painter Cemetery, Barry Co., MO +John M. Sanders b: Abt. 1843 in Tennessee m: Abt. 1870 in Barry Co., MO d: Bef. 1880 in Stone Co., MO

2 Mary Catherine Sanders b: October 03, 1870 in Missouri d: March 05, 1959 in Shell Knob, Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Painter Cemetery, Barry Co., MO +William Jefferson Brock b: November 26, 1860 in Barry Co., Missouri m: February 10, 1889 in Barry Co., MO d: March 01, 1916 in Shell Knob, Barry, MO Burial: Painter Cemetery, Barry Co., MO

2 Lucinda Sanders b: Abt. 1873

2 William M. Sanders b: Abt. 1875

2 John P. Sanders b: Abt. 1877 in Barry Co., Missouri  +Hattie b: Abt. 1877

*2nd Husband of Susan Adaline Wilcox:  + Rev. Virgil Kimball b: 1856 in Iowa m: Bef. 1880 in Barry Co., MO d: 1947 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Painter Cemetery, Barry Co., MO

1870 Stone Co., MO, Williams Twp., house # 47:
John M. Sanders, age 27, born in TN
Susan, age 20, born in MO
Maria Wilcox, age 50, born in TN
Polly Wilcox, age 16, born in MO
Mack P. Sanders, age 15, born in MO

Next door - house # 46
James L. Sanders, age 24, MO
Rachel, age 25, AR

1880 Census, Place Williams, Stone, Missouri

Virgil Kimball, Self,M, Male, W, 23, MO, Farmer, MO, MO
Susan Adaline Kimball, Wife, M, Female, W, 30, MO, Keeping House, VA, VA
Mariah Sanders, Step-Dau, S, Female, W, 9, MO, MO, MO
Lucinda Sanders, Step-Dau, S, Female, W, 7, MO, MO, MO
William M. Sanders, Step-Son, S, Male, W, 5, MO, MO, MO
John P. Sanders, Step-Son, S, Male, W, 3, MO, MO, MO
Family History Library Film 1254738 - NA Film # T9-0738 - Page Number 37C


Descendants of William S. Smith

1 William S. Smith b: February 14, 1834 in Rhea Co., TN d: January 17, 1912 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Bethel Cemetery, Barry Co., MO +Elizabeth Bandy b: January 28, 1837 in Rhea Co., TN m: February 14, 1856 in Rhea Co., TN d: October 07, 1898 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Bethel Cemetery, Barry Co., MO

2 Mary Coleman Smith b: March 30, 1857 in Rhea Co., TN  +James Gordon Mariott b: Abt. 1857 in Barry Co., Missouri m: May 24, 1872 in Barry Co., MO

2 Charles Marion Smith b: September 15, 1860 in Rhea Co., TN d: November 24, 1936 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Maplewood, Exeter, Barry Co., MO +Eliza Virginia Swiger b: January 19, 1861 in Barry Co., MO m: Abt. 1880 in Barry County, Missouri d: May 10, 1920 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Maplewood, Exeter, Barry Co., MO

2 William R. Smith b: June 1862 in Rhea Co., TN  +Mintiler E. b: February 1858 in Barry Co., Missouri m: Abt. 1882 in Barry Co., MO

2 John Horace Smith b: April 07, 1865 in Rhea Co., TN d: March 26, 1955 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Bethel Cemetery, Barry Co., MO +Mary Emmaline Henderson b: January 18, 1866 in Barry Co., Missouri m: October 03, 1886 in Barry Co., Missouri d: November 28, 1945 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Bethel Cemetery, Barry Co., MO

2 Hester Emily Smith b: 1869 in Rhea Co., TN d: in Barry Co., Missouri  +Seigel E. Henderson b: 1862 in Barry Co., Missouri m: September 07, 1884 in Barry Co., MO d: 1942 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Barry Co., MO

2 Alta Florence Smith b: October 10, 1872 in Rhea Co., TN d: April 30, 1921 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: I.O.O.F Cemetery, Monett, Lawrence Co., MO +Jacob M. Marbut b: 1867 in Barry Co., Missouri m: January 04, 1891 in Barry Co., Missouri d: June 18, 1953 in Barry Co., Missouri

 

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Rev. C. M. Smith has moved from his farm north of Exeter to Exeter. October 5, 1911, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO

Rev. C. Willard Smith and wife of Strafford, Kan., and Rev. W. Holt Smith of Fowler, Kan., are visiting their parents, Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Smith of Exeter. August 7, 1913, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO

Rev. J. Bert Smith, son of Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Smith of Exeter, has resigned as pastor of the Peirce [Pierce] City Baptist Church and accepted the pastorate of the Baptist Church at Dodge City, Kan. October 16, 1913, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO

Rev. and Mrs. Bert Smith of Dodge City, Kan., are visiting his parents, Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Smith at Exeter. August 6, 1914, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO


Descendants of Rev. Luther Carlin

1 Luther Carlin b: September 17, 1879 in Barry Co., Missouri d: April 27, 1939 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: April 30, 1939 New Site Cemetery, Capps Creek Twp., Barry Co., Missouri +Ina H. Wormington b: 1881 in Barry Co., Missouri m: December 20, 1898 in Barry Co., Missouri d: March 28, 1961 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: New Site Cemetery, Capps Creek Twp., Barry Co., Missouri

2 Opal Rowena Carlin b: May 21, 1901 in Barry County, MO d: May 28, 1965 in Barry County, MO Burial: New Site Cemetery, Capps Creek Twp., Barry Co., Missouri

2 Austin Luther Carlin b: December 19, 1905 in Barry County, MO d: September 10, 1906 in Barry County, MO Burial: September 11, 1906 New Site Cemetery, Capps Creek Twp., Barry County, MO

2 Ermel James Carlin b: October 25, 1908 in Barry Co., Missouri d: in Barry Co., Missouri  +Esther Emiline Wormington b: July 07, 1910 in Barry Co., Missouri m: December 23, 1928 in Barry Co., Missouri d: in Barry Co., Missouri

2 Erskin Bain Carlin b: July 06, 1911 in Barry County, MO

2 Hugh Wormington Carlin b: September 28, 1913 in Barry County, MO  +Ruth Majors b: Abt. 1913 in Barry Co., MO m: March 17, 1932 in Barry Co., Missouri

2 Maude Mary Carlin b: July 06, 1915 in Barry County, MO

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In 1899 Luther was mentioned in the New site News: Luther Carlin is building a house on his farm. He intends to move in as soon as possible and to make a crop so as to be able to attended school next winter.  Mar 30, 1899, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Weekly Paper, Cassville, Barry Co., MO 

And then in 1900 he was listed in Barry County on the census: 1900 Federal Population Schedules, US Census, Monett Twp., Barry Co., MO, house # 241, family # 245 listed Carlin, Luther as the head of the house, and he was age 30 born in MO, his father was born in VA, and his mother in MO. He was doing general farming and had wife Ina who was age 25, born in MO. Her father was listed as born in MO. and her mother was born in IL. They had daughter Opal, age 9, and born in MO; and a son named Ermel who was, age 1 and 5 mos old, born in MO, and also living in the house Was Oassil Ethridge, a servant, age 18, born in MO. and both his parents were born in MO.

In 1904 Luther Carlin was mentioned in the New Site News Items: Rev. Luther Carlin filled Rev. Swiger's place at New site Sunday. December 24, 1904, Saturday, Cassville Democrat, Barry Co., MO

At the Ministers and Deacons meeting of Barry Co., MO these ministers were mentioned B. F. Haddock, Luther Carlin, J. A. Swiger, J. T. Brattin, F. M. Smallwood, S. D. Withers, Fred Spain, N. M. Whittington, Lewis Creason, and others.  Jan 14, 1905, Saturday, Cassville Democrat, Weekly Paper, Barry Co., MO

In 1910 Luther was again mentioned in the New Site News: Clyde Northcutt of Washburn and Miss Ora Haddock, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Abernathy drove to the home of Eld. Luther Carlin last Wednesday afternoon where they were united in marriage. Mr. Northcutt is one of Barry County's most successful teachers and is a fine Christian gentleman. Mrs. Northcutt is a most estimable young lady of noble Christian character and loved by all who know here. They have the best and heartiest wishes of all the their journeys through life together may be prosperous and happy. [Orrie Effie was the daughter of Joseph and Mary Josephine (Berry) Haddock. Clyde was the son of Benjamin Franklin and Mary Marinda (Rogers) Northcutt.]  May 19, 1910, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO

New Site News: Elder Luther Carlin attended the ministers and deacons meeting at Clear Creek Church Friday and Saturday. August 4, 1910, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO

In 1911 Luther was mentioned as a minister in the New Site News: Eld. Luther Carlin has been called to take care of the Baptist church at Granby for full time and moved his family to that place last week. We are sorry to loose them from our neighborhood but hope they will like their new home and do much good there. Feb 2, 1911, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO

Luther's mother died in 1912. In the Cassville Republican the following account was located: Nancy Carlin, wife of Marshall Carlin; one of this county's most influential and substantial farmers, died last week after an illness of several weeks resulting from a lingering attack of lagrippe. She was 75 years old and had lived in this county all her life, having been born in Roaring River township. Mrs. Carlin as a devoted Christian woman and dearly beloved by relatives and friends. She leaves a number of children. They are Lafayette, Charles, Sherman, Thomas, Mrs. Samantha Hudson, John, Brit, Pleasant and Rev. Luther Carlin. She was a sister of Boone Haddock of Eagle Rock.  April 18, 1912, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO

In 1912 in the New Site News more was stated about Nancy's death: Mrs. Marshal Carlin died April 10, of pneumonia. She was seventy-five years old and the mother of nine children all of who are living and all were here for the funeral except one son. She was a member of the Purdy Baptist Church. Rev. Marion Smith of Exeter conducted the services. [Research Note: Nancy (Haddock) Carlin, was the daughter of Charles and Sarah (Collins) Haddock, Jr.]  April 18, 1912, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO

In 1920 Luther was living in McDonald County, MO. That record reads: 1920 Federal Population Schedules, US Census, McDonald Co., MO Richwood Twp., House # 83, Family # 83, Carlin, Luther, age 40, renting his home, and was born in MO. Both his father was born in VA, and mother was born in MO. His wife is Ina H., age 37, born in MO, her father born in MO, and mother was born in Illinois. Children are Opal H. a daughter, age 18, born in MO; Ermel J., age 11, born in MO; Ezekial B., age 8, born in MO; Hugh W., age 7, born in MO; and Maud M., age 4 and 3 mos, born in MO.

In 1930 Luther was back in Barry County and living near Monett. That census record reads: 1930 Federal Population Schedules, US Census, Monett Twp., Barry Co., MO, District 19, house # 27, family # 27 listed Carlin, Luther as the head of the house, and he was age 50 and first married when he was age 19. He was born in MO, and listed that his father was born in WV and his mother in MO. His wife, was listed as Ina H., age 48, and she first married at age 17 and was born in MO. Her father was born in MO and her mother in IL. Children listed were Opal R., age 28, born in MO; Hugh W., was age 16, born in MO; Maud M. age 14, born in MO; and also in the house was Lolita O. Etheridge, female, age 5, born in MO. Her father was born in US and her mother in MO.

In 1939 Rev. Luther Carlin died. The abstract of he funeral home record reads: Rev. Luther Carlin born Barry Co., MO, on the 17th of Sept in 1879 and he died the 27th of April 1939, at 12 noon of Hodgkin disease. The burial was at Walnut Grove [New Site], and the funeral was 30th April 1939 at New Site Church at 2:30 p.m.. His father's name was given as William Marshall Carlin and his mother was listed as Nancy Haddock.


1901 Baptist Church Ministers - from the photo files of Darla Marbut


Union Soldier in Civil War and fought at the Battle of Pea Ridge, AR.   He was also known as B. F. and Benjamin Franklin Haddock. He enlisted Mar 24, 1862 and mustered in Apr 19, 1862 in Company H, 14th Missouri State Militia, Cavalry.   He was listed in the 14th MSM from April 1962 until March 1863 when he was transferred to Co M, 8th Mo. State Militia, Cavalry. Discharged Apr 18, 1865.  He received a pension beginning in 1890 and ended in 1924.

 

 

Descendants of Rev. Benjamin Franklin Haddock

1 Benjamin Franklin Haddock aka: Franklin Frank b: November 22, 1839 in Capps Creek Twp., Barry Co., Missouri d: February 24, 1924 in Neosho, Newton Co., MO Burial: Maplewood Cemetery, Barry County, MO +Emmaline Birkes aka: Emily b: February 24, 1839 in Madison County, Arkansas m: June 07, 1860 in Barry County, Missouri d: May 19, 1911 in Exeter, Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Maplewood Cemetery, Exeter, Barry Co., MO

2 Rachel Haddock b: November 15, 1861 in Barry Co., Missouri d: August 30, 1893 in Scott County, AR +George Yocum b: February 13, 1861 in Illinois m: August 29, 1880 in Barry County, MO d: 1890 in Scott County, AR  *2nd Husband of Rachel Haddock:  +John N. Moore b: 1847 in Calhoun Co., Mississippi m: May 22, 1892 in Crow, Scott Co., AR d: Aft. 1893

2 Tincy Haddock b: June 07, 1865 in Barry Co., Missouri d: September 22, 1865 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Bikes Family Cemetery, Barry County, MO

2 Louisa Haddock b: November 19, 1866 in Barry Co., Missouri d: October 20, 1937 in Barry Co., MO Burial: Bethel Cemetery, near Purdy, Barry Co., MO +William Jewell Lance b: November 04, 1864 in Barry Co., Missouri m: February 18, 1886 in Barry Co., MO d: March 14, 1943 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Bethel Cemetery, near Purdy, Barry Co., MO

2 Asa Haddock b: December 10, 1868 in Barry Co., Missouri d: September 09, 1870 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: September 10, 1870 Capps Creek Twp., Barry Co., Missouri

2 Silas Birkes Haddock b: July 28, 1870 in Barry Co., Missouri d: February 03, 1946 in Tulsa, Tulsa County, OK Burial: Rose Hill Mausoleum, Tulsa, Tulsa County, OK +Elizabeth Jane Brown aka: Lizzie b: April 10, 1874 in Stone Co., MO m: November 17, 1898 in Slaytonville, Sebastian Co., AR d: March 08, 1965 in Tulsa, Tulsa County, OK Burial: Rose Hill Mausoleum, Tulsa, Tulsa County, OK

*2nd Wife of Benjamin Franklin Haddock: +Clara Jane Simms b: February 25, 1839 in Huntsville, Madison Co., AR m: November 09, 1911 in Purdy, Barry County, MO d: in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Maplewood Cemetery, Barry County, Missouri.


 

Franklin Haddock was born November 22, 1839 on Capp's Creek, Barry County, Missouri, the third oldest of ten children born to William Haddock and Mary (Collins) Haddock. William Haddock's father, Charles Haddock, Sr., originally from Pitt Co., NC, was one of the earliest settlers in the Roaring River area of Barry County, Missouri. At the age of 18, Franklin was baptized and, in 1860, became a member of the New Site Baptist Church near Monett, Missouri.

Listed among the Carroll County, AR, of the Original Land Entries were Alexander, Franklin and Charles - 20n 25w Haddock Alexander, 20n 26w Haddock Alexander, 20n 27w Haddock Charles, 19n 25w Haddock Franklin, 20n 25w Haddock Franklin, and 20n 26w Haddock Franklin. It appears that Franklin lived in Carroll County, AR, for a short while. Carroll County not far from Barry County, MO.

Franklin Haddock married Emily Birkes on June 7, 1860, in Barry County. Emily was born February 24, 1839 in Madison County, Arkansas to Silas Birkes and Sally Rogers Birkes. Franklin and Emily began their married life in Barry County, first living with Franklin's parents on their farm at Capp's Creek. According to family legend, Emily gave her husband the nickname "Benjamin", beginning a life-long, but unofficial, addition to his given name. Friends and relatives frequently referred to him as Benjamin Franklin Haddock. On November 15, 1861 in Barry County, Franklin and Emily's first child Rachel was born.

Franklin Haddock enlisted in the Union cause on March 24, 1862 at Springfield, Missouri. He was mustered into service as on April 19, 1862 in Company H, 14th Missouri State Militia, Cavalry at Springfield. His physical description at the time was as follows: height, 5 feet 8 inches; complexion, fair; color of eyes, blue; color of hair, dark. Farming was listed as his occupation prior to service. Franklin's military file further states that he had enlisted for the duration of the war in Missouri. He was marked "present" on the company muster rolls for the 14th MSM from April 1862 until March, 1863 when he was transferred to Company M 8th Missouri State Militia, Cavalry.

During the early months of 1863, Franklin Haddock and his fellow soldiers were engaged in scouting missions and in battle against Marmaduke in the Springfield area. Franklin stated that the weather was extremely cold, often sleeting and raining, and that they were without tents or other suitable quarters while on scouting missions. It was during this time that Franklin contracted bronchitis and a throat condition that left him nearly voiceless for several years. First Sergeant, William W. Lee of Company M, 8th MSM stated in a sworn affidavit to the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Pensions that because of his loss of speech, Franklin Haddock was relieved of guard duty. Even in his later years, Franklin never fully recovered from the loss of his voice. Chronic bronchitis also continued to bother him the rest of his life. Franklin Haddock was marked "present" on the muster rolls of the 8th MSM from March 1863 until April 1865, with the exception of September and October 1863 when he was on scouting duty and on November and December 1864 when he was on detached service.

According to family legend, the Confederates had captured Franklin at some point in his military service. He told his children and grandchildren that he had been allowed to escape unharmed, because both he and his captor were Masons, bound by their laws of brotherhood. However, there is nothing in his official military records at the National Archives to indicate that this actually happened.

Franklin Haddock was discharged on April 18, 1865 in Green County, at Springfield, Missouri. He received a pension for his service beginning in 1890 at the rate of $8 per month and ending in 1924 at the rate of $72 per month. His pension file contains several affidavits made on his behalf to the Bureau of Pensions by his fellow soldiers. They include First Sergeant William W. Lee, and privates Matthew T. Kerr, Joseph Walker, Lemuel C. Estes, Benjamin F. Kennedy, Charles H. Lance, Francis M. Henderson, and William Berry. It appears that Franklin Haddock remained on friendly terms with his fellow former soldiers since all the affidavits were made in Barry County or nearby counties and dated between 1896 and 1906.

After his military service ended, Franklin and his wife Emily became the parents of four more children. They were: Tincy, born June 7, 1865; Louisa, born November 19, 1866; Asa, born December 10, 1868; and Silas Birkes Haddock, born July 28, 1870, all born in Barry County, Missouri. Tincy and Asa died in infancy, but the other children grew to adulthood and later had families of their own. Franklin and Emily Haddock lived most of their lives in Barry County, with the exception of several years spent in Sebastian County, Arkansas during the 1890's. Franklin continued to farm, but also earned his living as a teamster when he was in poorer health and unable to do heavy farm work. He also served as a preacher for the Baptist faith at the Ione Baptist Church in Ione, Arkansas. Following their daughter Rachel Haddock Yocum Moore's death in 1894, Franklin and Emily helped to raise her five children.

Listed on the 1870 Barry County, MO, Federal Population Schedules, US Census was Frank Haddock, house # 107, age 31 born in MO, wife Emily age 30. Frank is listed as a farmer. They have children Emily 7, Rachel 3 both of whom were born in MO. Also living in the house was Sarah Bikes who was age 21 born in Arkansas. Next door in house # 108, is Robert Wilson and wife Juliett and both are 20 years old. In house # 106 on the other side of Frank Haddock is Jacob House who is 90 years old and who was born in PA.

House # 7, Family # 2, 1880, Prairie Twp., Carroll Co., AR, Hadock, Alexander born MO, AR, AL, and age 44, Polly age 40 born AR, and both parents born in IL, Children William J. age 18 born in MO, Henry B. age 15 born in MO, Johnny age 13 born in MO, Josephine age 8 born in MO, Betty age 6 born in MO, Albert E. age 1 born MO, also in the house was Haddock, Franklin age 40 born in MO, both parents born in KY, wife Emiley, age 40, born in AR, and both parents born in IL. Children are Rachel, age 14, born in MO, Louisa, age 13, born in MO, Silas, age 9, born in MO, and living in the house also was William Hague, age 41, works at sawmill, born in Il, father born in KY and mother born in AL, wife Polly, age 24, born in AR and both parents born in TN. The children were Hiram, age 11, born in IL, Turner, age 8, born in AR, John, age 6, born in AR, Jay?, age 3, born in AR, and Allen, age 1, born in AR.

Goodspeed's History, Lawrence Co., MO, In April, 1875, Rev. McCord Roberts located at Verona as pastor of the Baptist Churches at Billings, Verona, Newtonia, Granby, and Neosho. Mr. Sills was here for seven years. Rev. H. C. Lollar, who succeeded Mr. Sills in 1887, is now taking steps to build a house of worship at Verona. There are three Baptist societies at Verona -- one Swedish one Regular and one Missionary. In the fall of 1868 the new meeting-house of the old Baptists on Spring River was begun. The Baptists at Mount Vernon began work on their church building in July, 1869, Ira Creech being contractor. The Missionary Baptist Church of Mount Pisgah is three miles north of Mount Vernon. The Baptist Sunday-school at Mount Vernon was organized in April, 1874, with Elder Powell, W. M. Peak, John Cecil, W. N. Davis and William Decker, officers. At this time the Methodist Sunday-school was reorganized, with E. H. Hinshaw, president. The stations, preachers, clerks and number of members represented at the eighth annual meeting of the Lawrence County Association of Baptists, held in 1878, are given as follows: Aurora, Rev. Isaac Standlee; H. Neece, clerk; sixty members. Bethel, Rev. L. Allen; J. W. Lee, clerk; forty. Big Spring, Rev. James K. Pruitt; J. P. Johnson, clerk; --. Charity, Rev. Isaac Standlee; Thomas Newman, clerk; ninety-eight. Center Creek, Rev. J. K. Northcut; --, clerk; --. Fellowship, Rev. L. E. Cannady; R. P. Colley, clerk; sixty-nine. Marionville, Rev. Isaac Standlee; E. B. Robinson, clerk; forty-seven. Mount Olivet, Rev. J. K. Pruitt; Lamon Pruitt, clerk; eighty-four. Mount Vernon, Rev. H. C. Lollar; J. W. Davis, clerk; fifty. Mount Pisgah, Rev. H. C. Lollar; A. N. Bridges, clerk; ninety-five. Macedonia (no letter or messenger). Pleasant Ridge, Rev. F. Haddock; S. B. Arms, clerk; sixty-seven. Pleasant Grove (no letter or messenger). Prosperity, Rev. R. C. Gilmore; J. W. Smart, clerk; seventy-one. Round Grove, Rev. Z. T. Eaton; D. J. Hunt, clerk; 111. Spring River, Rev. James Spain; Daniel Lee, clerk; seventy-five. Sycamore, Rev. J. H. Glasscock; J. F. Hopper, clerk; forty-six. Smyrna, Rev. J. H. Glasscock; H. Edington, clerk; thirty-six. Verona, Rev. J. C. Sills; G. C. Kelley, clerk; forty.

1900 Federal Population Schedules, US Census: Barry County, MO, Shoal Creek, Franklin Haddock, born Nov 1839, age 60, born in MO, father born in NC, mother in MO. Emily, his wife, was age 61, born Feb 1835 in Arkansas and both of her parents were born in AR. In the house was a grandson, Claude W. Yocum, age 19, born in AR born October 1881; Hattie B., age 16, born Nov 1882, a grand daughter born in AR, Catie V. Yocum born June 1889, grand daughter, age 5, born in Indian Territory; and Earl C. Moore, age 7, a grand son born in AR, born April 1882.

Emily Birkes Haddock died May 19, 1911 at Exeter, Barry County, Missouri and was buried at the Maplewood Cemetery. Following her death, Franklin married Clara Jane Simms Cramer Coon, who was twice a widow and who was both Union veterans. They married on November 9, 1911 at Purdy, Missouri. Sometime after their marriage, Franklin and Clara went to live in Dane, Oklahoma, with Clara's relatives, where they stayed until 1923.

In 1920, Frank Haddock was listed in Osage Co., OK, Federal Census, US Population Schedules, in house #85, Family # 79, Hominy Twp., as age 81 and with wife Clara, age 71, and was listed as the father-in-law of William O. Cramer who was age 48. Frank stated that he was born in Missouri and that his mother and father were both born in North Carolina.

Then sometime between July and November of 1923, Franklin moved to Forgan, Oklahoma with his grandson Earl Moore. Clara remained in Barry County with her relatives. Having ill health necessitated that Franklin and Clara to live separately and with relatives. Then sometime later, and in 1923, Franklin went to live with one of his granddaughters, Ethel Lance Graper, in Neosho, Newton County, Missouri. And that is where he died on February 16, 1924. He was buried next to his first wife Emily at the Maplewood Cemetery, Barry County, Missouri. [Ref: From the family files of Linda Stokes Hammesfahr]


Pictured Front Row: Clara Elizabeth, Martha Ella, Golman Buford, Ina Cordellia, Mary Minerva, & Sally Pearl

Back Row: Oscar Jeff, Martin Luther, Trusa Etta, Minerva Emmaline, William Calvin, Charles Tuggle, & Ben Abner. 

 

Descendants of Rev. Golman Buford Leland Kimbrel Hancock

1 Golman Buford Leland Kimbrel Hancock b: June 07, 1839 in Wayne Co., KY d: January 01, 1914 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Mars Hill Cemetery, Barry Co., MO +Mary Minerva Burris b: February 28, 1842 in Macon County, Missouri m: November 13, 1859 in Macon Co., Missouri d: February 05, 1927 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Mars Hill Cemetery, Barry Co., MO

2 Minerva Emmaline Hancock aka: Emma b: August 23, 1860 in Macon Co., Missouri d: October 17, 1922 in Stone Co., Missouri Burial: Mars Hill, Crane, Barry Co., MO +Joseph William Smyth b: January 09, 1859 in Kentucky m: Abt. 1880 in Barry Co., MO d: July 31, 1940 in Stone County, Missouri Burial: Mars Hill, Crane, Barry Co., MO

2 William Calvin Hancock b: February 03, 1863 in Macon Co., MO d: January 25, 1937 in Washburn, Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Maplewood Cemetery, Exeter, Barry Co., MO +Sinia Alice Gates b: January 1873 in Missouri m: November 03, 1889 in Barry County, MO d: April 11, 1946 in Wichita, Sedgwick Co., Kansas Burial: Maplewood Cemetery, Exeter, Barry Co., MO

2 Clara Elizabeth Hancock b: June 20, 1865 in Chariton Co., MO d: May 28, 1925 in Washburn, Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Old Washburn Cemetery, Barry Co., MO +Jefferson Davis Berryhill aka: Jeff b: May 07, 1861 in Barry Co., Missouri m: September 04, 1887 in Stone County, Missouri d: August 14, 1931 in Parlier, Fresno County, California Burial: Mendocino Cemetery, Parlier, Fresno Co., California

2 Martha Ella Hancock b: August 22, 1867 in Chariton Co., Missouri d: September 07, 1942 in Cardin, OK Burial: IOOF Cemetery, Marionville, Lawrence Co., Missouri +Thomas C. Newman b: Abt. 1865 in Missouri m: December 12, 1888 in Stone Co., MO d: February 12, 1926 in Waverly, Tennessee Burial: February 15, 1926 IOOF Cemetery, Marionville, Lawrence Co., Missouri

2 Ben Abner Hancock b: October 26, 1869 in Berryville, Carroll Co., AR  +Elsie Rush b: Abt. 1883 m: October 19, 1903 in Barry Co., MO

2 Madison Luther Hancock b: December 20, 1871 in Boone Co., AR d: January 14, 1956 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Mars Hill, Barry Co., MO +Bessie McCormick b: July 27, 1894 m: July 21, 1909 in Barry Co., MO d: in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Mars Hill, Barry Co., MO

2 Trusa Etta Hancock b: December 05, 1874 in Boone Co., AR d: January 1906 in Barry Co., MO Burial: Mars Hill Cemetery, Barry Co., MO +Josiah L. Wilson b: Abt. 1874 m: February 09, 1902 in Barry Co., Missouri

2 Sallie Pearl Hancock b: July 25, 1877 in Barry Co., Missouri  +A. M. Williams b: Abt. 1877 m: Aft. 1897

2 Charles Tuggle Hancock b: July 03, 1880 in Missouri d: March 15, 1966 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Mars Hill, Barry Co., MO +Viola Lacey Butler b: June 04, 1887 m: August 21, 1904 in Barry Co., MO d: June 05, 1935 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Mars Hill, Barry Co., MO

2 Oscar Jeff Hancock b: July 03, 1883 in Washburn, Barry Co., Missouri d: March 28, 1962 in Barry Co., MO +Annie Wells b: September 22, 1887 in Arkansas m: December 07, 1902 in Barry Co., MO d: in Barry Co., MO

2 Ina Cordlia Hancock b: October 06, 1885 in Barry Co., Missouri d: Aft. 1920 in Barry Co., Missouri  +W . Fred Akin b: Abt. 1885 m: May 09, 1907 in Barry Co., Missouri d: Aft. 1920 in Barry Co., Missouri

 


Rev. George R. Haddock and family all except Jess Haddock. In front on right is George R. Haddock, born Jan 29, 1875, next to him, Emily Marie Haddock Cummons born June 4, 1901, behind her is her 2d husband Roy Lawmaster. Next is Wanda Lechner's mother, Ethel Violet (Bougher) born Dec 27, 1905.  Behind her is Wanda's father, Ernest Slee Haddock born July 24, 1903. Next is Eunice (Bougher Wanda's mother's sister). Behind her is Frank Haddock, Wanda's father's brother. Next is Aldeana (Snoddy) and William "Lois" Haddock born Aug 27, 1913. Next is Mildred (Wyett).  Behind her is Leslie Edward (Hammer) born June 2, 1917. Last is Jane (Branstetter) and Francis Marion (Pete) born Aug 5, 1920. Missing is Jesse Haddock born Jan 11, 1909, and Dolly Jewell born Sept 7, 1910.     

 

 

Descendants of Rev. George Rittenhour Haddock

1 George Rittenhour Haddock b: January 29, 1875 in Walnut Grove, Capps Creek, Barry Co., Missouri d: December 17, 1959 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Munsey Cemetery, Roaring River Community, Barry Co., MO +Dorah E. Pyatt b: Abt. 1876 m: August 04, 1896 in Eagle Rock, Barry Co., MO d: in Eagle Rock, Barry Co., Missouri

*2nd Wife of George Rittenhour Haddock:  +Rose Marada Tucker b: September 10, 1876 in Barry Co., Missouri m: June 20, 1898 in Barry Co., Missouri d: April 03, 1924 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Munsey Cemetery, Roaring River Community, Barry Co., MO

2 Emily Marie Haddock b: June 04, 1901 in Eagle Rock, Barry Co., Missouri d: in Mt. Vernon, MO  +Richard Cummons b: Abt. 1901 m: November 26, 1919 in Barry County, MO d: in Mt. Vernon, MO  *2nd Husband of Emily Marie Haddock:  +Roy Lawmaster b: November 09, 1898 m: December 23, 1943 in Barry County, MO

2 Ernest Salee Haddock b: July 24, 1903 in Eagle Rock, Barry Co., Missouri d: March 24, 1985 in Verona, Lawrence Co., MO Burial: Spring River Cemetery, Lawrence Co., MO +Ethel Viloet Bougher b: December 27, 1905 in Maysville, Benton County, Arkansas m: February 02, 1924 in Barry County, MO d: July 09, 1992 in Aurora, Lawrence Co., MO Burial: Spring River Cemetery, Lawrence Co., MO

2 Frank Haddock b: November 09, 1905 in Eagle Rock, Barry Co., Missouri d: November 14, 1983 in Springtown, Benton County, Arkansas Burial: Maysville Cemetery, Benton Co., AR +Eunice Wyeana Bougher b: March 04, 1908 in Oklahoma m: November 07, 1925 in Jay, OK d: July 17, 1983 in Springtown, Benton County, Arkansas Burial: Maysville Cemetery, Benton Co., AR

2 Jesse Haddock aka: Jess b: January 11, 1909 in Barry Co., Missouri d: December 23, 1989 in Monett, Barry County, MO Burial: New Site Cemetery, Monett, Barry County, MO +Nellie L. Shepherd b: October 30, 1913 in Cape Fair, Stone Co., Missouri m: November 29, 1932 in Butterfield, Barry County, MO d: May 15, 1973 in Monett, Barry County, MO Burial: New Site Cemetery, Monett, Barry County, MO

2 Dolly Jewell Haddock aka: Jewell b: September 07, 1910 in Ada, Pontotoc Co., Oklahoma d: June 19, 1995 in Barry County, MO Burial: IOOF Cemetery, Monett, Barry County, MO +S. F. Hagel b: Abt. 1910 m: 1926 in Barry County, MO d: in Barry County, MO Burial: IOOF Cemetery, Monett, Barry County, MO *2nd Husband of Dolly Jewell Haddock:  +Perry Brewer b: 1905 m: November 29, 1929 in Barry County, MO d: 1965  *3rd Husband of Dolly Jewell Haddock:  +Carl C. Parker b: Abt. 1910 m: September 08, 1950

2 William Lois Haddock b: August 27, 1913 in Delaware Co., Oklahoma d: March 06, 1973 in Monett, Barry Co., Missouri Burial: IOOF Cemetery, Monett, Barry County, MO +Helen Aldena Snoddy b: August 27, 1916 in Barry County, MO m: September 22, 1936 in Jay, Delaware Co., Oklahoma d: September 29, 1969 in Monett, Barry County, MO Burial: IOOF Cemetery, Monett, Barry County, MO

2 Leslie Edward Haddock aka: Hammer b: June 02, 1917 in Eagle Rock Barry Co., Missouri d: February 16, 2004 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: February 19, 2004 IOOF, Monett, Lawrence Co., MO +Mildred LaVerne Wayt b: February 28, 1923 in Delaware Co., Oklahoma m: March 23, 1939 in Southwest City, Barry County, MO d: November 18, 2004 in Barry Co., MO Burial: November 22, 2004 IOOF, Monett, Lawrence Co., MO

2 Francis Marion Haddock aka: Pete b: August 05, 1920 in Delaware Co., Oklahoma  +Mary Jane Bransetter b: March 31, 1923 m: November 12, 1940 in Butterfleld, Barry County, MO

*3rd Wife of George Rittenhour Haddock:  +Sarah Elizabeth Archer b: March 28, 1874 in Logan Co., OH m: May 13, 1927 in Barry Co., Missouri d: May 23, 1950 in Barry Co., Missouri

Cemetery Stone - Munsey Cemetery, Barry Co., MO    

  

 

    Rose (Tucker) Haddock

Rev. George Haddock and wife Sarah Archer.   From the photo files of Don Cummons

 

 

A gathering at New Salem Church. 

The only person identified in the picture is Hiram Still 4th from left, 2nd row.  From the photo files of Donna Cooper, owner unknown

 

   

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