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Isaac Newton COOK & Mary Alice BARNES




Husband Isaac Newton COOK



 
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       Born: 24 Jan 1857 - Washington County, Arkansas
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       Died: 12 Dec 1915 - Jenkins, Missouri
     Buried:  - Clio Cemetery, Jenkins, Barry County, Missouri


     Father: John COOK (1780-After 1832)
     Mother: Hannah MACY (1784-1825)


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Other Spouse: Mary Ann HOWARD (1862-1881) - 14 Aug 1879 - Benton, Arkansas

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a farmer.

He appeared on the Federal Census census in 1900 in Barry County, Missouri. 46/47 Cook, too dark to read on film
Mary H. too dark to read on film
Lillie M. too dark to read on film
Bertha L. too dark to read on film
Dora B. dau Nov 1889 10 Ark Ark MO
?Donia S/I dau Apr 1893 7 Ark Ark MO ?
J_hugh T. son Oct 1895 4 MO Ark MO
Harley V. son May 1898 2 MO Ark MO





Wife Mary Alice BARNES



 
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        AKA: Mary Alice COOK   
       Born: 18 May 1868 - Cato, Barry County, Missouri
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       Died: 25 Dec 1945 - Stone County, Missouri
     Buried:  - Clio Cemetery, Jenkins, Barry County, Missouri


     Father: Absolom BARNES (      -      )
     Mother: Nancy Jane GIBSON (      -      )



Noted events in her life were:

She appeared on the census in 1920 in Barry County, Missouri. 1920 Barry County Mo. Census Mountain Township
Mary age 52/53 b. Mo. keeping house.
Harley age 21b. Mo. farmer home.
Guston age 18 b. Mo. farmer home.
Ruth age 10 b. Mo.




Children
1 F Bertha Loretta COOK



 
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        AKA: Bertha Loretta MYERS   
       Born: 7 Jun 1885 - War Eagle, Benton County, Arkansas
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       Died: 11 Jun 1971 - Carthage, Jasper County, Missouri
     Buried:  - Oak Hill Cemetery, Carthage, Missouri
     Spouse: John Blaine MYERS (      -      )



2 F Icy Donna COOK

        AKA: Icy Donna MILLIGAN   
       Born: 7 Apr 1893 - War Eagle, Benton County, Arkansas
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       Died: 11 Nov 1980 - Jonnerville, Texas
     Buried:  - Okmulgee, Oklahoma
     Spouse: Claude MILLIGAN (      -      )



3 M J Hugh T. COOK

       Born: 10 Oct 1895 - Piney Mountain, Barry County, Missouri
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       Died: 19 Jul 1979 - St Johns Hospital, Springfield, Greene County, Missouri
     Buried: 22 Jul 1979 - Clio Cemetery, Jenkins, Barry County, Missouri
     Spouse: Pearl Suzanne COONES (1895-1987)
       Marr: 4 Mar 1917



4 M Harley V. COOK

       Born: 31 May 1898 - Piney Mountain, Barry County, Missouri
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       Died: 5 Sep 1956 - Ozark Osteopathic Hospital
     Buried: 7 Sep 1956 - Clio Cemetery, Jenkins, Barry County, Missouri



5 M Andrew Guston COOK



 
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       Born: 5 Jul 1901 - Piney Mountain, Barry County, Missouri
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       Died: 4 Mar 1985 - Nursing Home In Aurora, Lawrence County, Missouri
     Buried: 7 Mar 1985 - Mars Hill Cemetery, Barry County, Missouri
     Spouse: Nellie Ellen McCULLOUGH (1903-1985)
       Marr: 3 Dec 1931 - Galena, Missouri



6 F Ruth Ann COOK



 
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        AKA: Ruth Ann CUNNYNGHAM   
       Born: 25 Aug 1909 - Barry County, Missouri
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       Died: 18 Feb 1996 - Crane Nursing Home, Crane, Stone County, Missouri
     Buried: 20 Feb 1996 - Mars Hill Cemetery, Barry County, Missouri
     Spouse: Ward Heath CUNNYNGHAM (1908-1976)
       Marr: 24 May 1930 - Galena, Stone County, Missouri



7 F Lillie Mae COOK



 
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        AKA: Lillie Mae HILTON   
       Born: 22 Feb 1880 - War Eagle, Benton County, Arkansas
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       Died: 6 Feb 1960 - Barry County, Missouri
     Buried:  - Clio Cemetery, Jenkins, Barry County, Missouri
     Spouse: Thomas William HILTON (1880-1970)
       Marr: 24 Dec 1903 - Barry County, Missouri



8 F Dora Belle COOK



 
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        AKA: Dora Belle BUTLER   
       Born: 6 Nov 1889 - War Eagle, Benton County, Arkansas
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       Died: 19 Nov 1947 - Jenkins, Barry County, Missouri
     Buried:  - Clio Cemetery, Jenkins, Barry County, Missouri
     Spouse: John Steven BUTLER (1881-1934)
       Marr: 12 Nov 1907 - Galena, Missouri




Husband's General Notes

One of his grandsons said, Isaac was a very good wood carver.


Husband's Medical Notes

stomach cancer


Wife's General Notes

A sweet little woman was help to any one who asked, Imogene May told me she was the one people asked for if sick, and that Mary Alice set her arm when she was a child, said she wrapped it in cloth and put a strip of what was known as rolled roofing, this was a heavy sheet of tar paper used to put on roof's as well as siding for the houses, as a splint. She made a large garden and now I know, she must have shared a lot of this, as she and her son Harley, could not have eat all that she grew. As she grew older she began to have small strokes, in time, a large stroke caused her death. I spent a lot of time with her and never heard her raise her voice to man or beast.


Wife's Medical Notes

Cause of Death: stroke


General Notes for Child Icy Donna COOK

Icy Donna went to Sulphur Springs with a cousin Mary or Marie Hinkle, met Claude Milligan and married, Icy worked at a grocery store in Okmulgee.


General Notes for Child J Hugh T. COOK

Copied from obit; Services were in the First Baptist Church of Cranew ith burial in the Cilo Cemetery. Survivors include his wife Pearl of the home, a son Jim of Crane. a daughter Mary Ellen Hawkins of Springfield, a brother Guston Cook of Jenkins, two sisters Ruth Cunningham of Galena, Mrs. Icy Sherwood of Joinerville. Texas. eight grand children and 12 great grand children.


General Notes for Child Harley V. COOK

Harley never married. He was a long time resident of Stone County, a farmer and a care giver to his mother as long as she lived. Services and burial were held in Clio Church Preceded in death by his par ents and one sister. Survived by all remaining members.

Harley was a good friend to all who knew him, He raised a large toma to field, milked cows, raised corn and cane for his own use. One of his nephews Claude Milligan told me (Genna Burguss), that his mother and father came to Missouri from Oklahoma to visit them and Harley took him along when he took a load of tomatoes to the canning factory, on the way Harley bought him a candy stick, he said he knew it wasn't the biggest piece of candy in the world, but to him it looked like it. Harley spent a lot of evenings playing a game called fox and geese with me, while grandma would sit in her little sewing rocker, with her patching in her lap.


General Notes for Child Andrew Guston COOK

Survivors of Andrew Guston Cook of Jenkins Rt, is Nathanael Reed Cook of Jenkins Rt.; Mrs. Genna Faye Burgess; Mrs Jane Reavis both of Marionville Missouri. One sister Mrs Ruth Cunningham of Galena Rt. His wife Nellie E. McCullough Cook preceded him in death. He died at the Aurora Nursing Home after a long illness. He was a life long resident of Barry and Stone County, farming, operating a saw mill, and later an employee of Southwest in Aurora. Services were in The Whellerville Church with burial in Mars Hill Cemetery. He had a good sense of humor, loved a good prank. He took early retirement from crippling arthritis. Died from a long battle with cancer.

The following is as told by Genna Faye Burgess

Dad had several stays in the hospital, and would not sleep at night unless some one was with him. Linda Mae ( Woody) Cook, my brothers wife, and I would take turns staying with him. She would work all day, stay with Dad that night and work all day the next day, then we traded of bf and I would do the same. One night we did not stay with him as he was doing well. He called Mom several times during the night, after awhile le she called Nathanael. He and Linda got up and went to Springfield to see what was wrong, when they got there he was sound asleep and snoring.

Mom had always made the garden except for the plowing after Dad retired he wanted to get involved. Mom did not want him in her garden as he fertilized, and she did not want any of that in her garden. So each was to grow their own and we would just see who could grow the best garden. each had their own rows. Dad fertilized and unknown to Mom , he put the same on hers and hoed it under. Then came harvest and canning, each counting the product of their labor. Mom blew up the pressure cooker with Dads beans in it. He counted then anyway as it was not his fault, she blew up the cooker. The count was the same.


General Notes for Child Ruth Ann COOK

Copied from obit; Born in Barry County Piney Mountain area, moved to Stone County at a young age, was a home maker, a member of the Church ofChrist , she was preceded in death by her husband Ward Heath, survived byher son his wife, children and grand children, she was the last of Isaac N. and Mary Alice's children. She was a fun person to be with always laughing about some thing, suffered from crippling arthritis, never letting it get in her way of enjoying life. loved to fish , she and husband and brother Guston spent a lot of time on the rive , always came home with fish , would never reveal their fishing spot. She was a wonderful cook, I can remember the sight and smell of her baked rolls,as they came out of the oven, never did any one else make that kind ofbread. he had hooks in the ceiling of the living roo m and she made, and hand quilted, some beautiful quilts, some times a g roup of ladies would come and they would let the quilt down to seating level and enjoy a day of quilting, when finished, they would raise th e frames back to the ceiling, out of the way until another day. She had as a child Diphtheria leaving her with a weaken heart and eye sight. Guston said," the only way we could get her temp down was to put her in a tub for bathing and they carried cold spring water to put in it and kept her cooled."
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Jesse ELKINS & Maud Mae BARNES




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Wife Maud Mae BARNES

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1 M Clyde ELKINS

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Rickey BARNES & Donna Marlene MOTT




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     Father: Ralph MOTT (      -      )
     Mother: Betty Jean COOK





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1 M Rickey Chad BARNES (details suppressed for this living person)

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2 M Travis Ralph BARNES (details suppressed for this living person)

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James HELMS & Vickie Lynn BARNES




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Wife Vickie Lynn BARNES (details suppressed for this living person)

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     Father: Leon BARNES
     Mother: Jo Ann BRINLEY (      -      )




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James B. BARNETT & Sarah COOK




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Wife Sarah COOK

        AKA: Sarah BARNETT
       Born: 14 Feb 1810 - Warren County, Ohio
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     Father: Joseph COOK (1763-1841)
     Mother: Elizabeth MILLS




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Godard Lavern BURKES & Louise BARNETT




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     Father: Elmo C. BURKES (1882-1966)
     Mother: Burma Ethel COOK (1898-1986)


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Wife Louise BARNETT (details suppressed for this living person)

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1 F Brenda Lavern BURKES (details suppressed for this living person)

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     Spouse: Sylvester Monroe WHITE (living)



2 F Martha Louise BURKES (details suppressed for this living person)

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Ed BARR & Nedith Etra HILTON




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Wife Nedith Etra HILTON

        AKA: Nedith Etra BARR   
       Born: Abt Apr 1896 - Sholten, Missouri
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       Died: Dec 1971 - Nampa, Canyon County, Idaho
     Buried:  - Kohlerlawn Cemetary, Nampa, Idaho


     Father: Matthew HILTON (1864-      )
     Mother: Hannah Leann GREENWAY (      -      )



Other Spouse: Roy Augustus BRYANT (      -      ) - 15 Mar 1916 - Golden, Barry County, Missouri


Wife's General Notes

Nedith was the loving mother of four daughters. A son died in early childhood. She was a busy homemaker and loving mother all her life. At Christmas time she subsidized the family Income, working in the fruit packing sheds, affiliated with the railroads. She made sure all her grandchildren had a Merry Chistmas
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Keith E. BARRELL & Claudette ENNIS




Husband Keith E. BARRELL

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Wife Claudette ENNIS (details suppressed for this living person)

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     Father: James Odus ENNIS (1909-1969)
     Mother: Aldon Arrulia ENNIS (1913-1982)




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Francis Leonard HODGES & Vernette BARTLE




Husband Francis Leonard HODGES

       Born: 1899
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     Father: William Ora L. HODGES (      -      )
     Mother: Minnie Margaret HILTON (1882-      )


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Wife Vernette BARTLE

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1 F Adalee Joanna HODGES (details suppressed for this living person)

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2 F Nancy Catherine HODGES (details suppressed for this living person)

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     Spouse: Leonard BAKER (      -      )




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Max Bailey BASS & Mary Ozelle ENNIS




Husband Max Bailey BASS

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Wife Mary Ozelle ENNIS (details suppressed for this living person)

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     Father: Oliver Monroe "Ollie" ENNIS Rev. (1887-1942)
     Mother: Emma Francis HENDERSON (1887-1979)





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1 F Mary Jane BASS (details suppressed for this living person)

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2 M Gary Max BASS (details suppressed for this living person)

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