|Taylor County, Iowa obituaries|
|from Pat O'Dell - email@example.com|
Mackey, Elizabeth Wall - Mrs S.S. Mackey passed to the great beyond Monday afternoon after a short illness with pneumonia. Funeral services were held at her late home Wednesday afternoon, conducted by Rev Bussing of Gravity. Interment was in Memory cemetery.
Elizabeth Wall was born near Knoxville, Tenn, Sept 30, 1848.
In her teen age she migrated with her family to Appanoose county, Iowa, where she grew in womanhood. At 14 years of age she confessed faith in Christ and identified herself with the Baptist church. In the year 1866 she was united in marriage to Wesley Pella. The fruit of this union was 6 children, Edgar of Shenandoah, Mrs Ida Cunning of Clarinda, John of New Market, Francis of Denver, Colo., Henry and George who preceded their parents in the future world.
To a latter union one child was born Mrs Cora Rogers of Kansas City, Mo.
In the year 1908 she united with the Christian church at New Market where she has continued in fellowship until called to the church triumphant Monday March 8, 1920, at the ripe age of 71 years, 5 motnhs and 8 days.
Her memory will be much to those who remain, as a kind and loving wife and mother. New Market Herald Mar 11, 1920
|Malcom, Verla E. Cobb, 1908 -1991; married Aug 20, 1927; children: Darrell, Doris, Eddie, Sheryl, Tom; section 6|
Obituary - Mrs Robert (Verla E.) Malcom, 83, of New Market died Monday afternoon at Bethesda Care Center where she had been a patient since November 8.
She was born April 1, 1908 near Bedford, the daughter of Laurence and Faye Lacy Cobb. On August 20, 1927 she was married to Robert Malcom who survives.
Mr and Mrs Malcom worked for the New Market Phone Company where she was bookeeper and relief operator for 28 years. She was a correspondent for The Herald Journal for 32 years.
Mrs Malcom is survived by her husband Robert of the home and five children, Darrel Malcom, Carol Stream, Il; Mrs Dana (Doris) Last, Hartsburg, Il; Eddie Malcom, Fuquay Varina, NC; Mrs Tom (Sheryl) Dunn, New Market, Ia; Tom Malcom, Plattsmouth, Ne.
There are 19 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Mrs Ruth Wolf of Denver, Co is a sister.
She was preceded in death by parents and three brothers.
Funeral services will be at 10:30 am Friday at Walker-Merrick Funeral Home with Gary Patterson and Loren Daly officiating.
Visitation will be from 7-8 pm Thursday evening at the funeral home.
Burial will be in Memory Cemetery at New Market.
Memorials may be directed to the Cancer Society and the New Market Rescue. Clarinda Herald Journal, Dec 05, 1991
|Mankle, Edwin L., 1888 - 1971; ss Eldon; section 3|
|Mankle, Edwin L., Dec 8, 1888 - Jan 4, 1971, Iowa PFC Co C 313 Fld Signal Bn, WWI; section 3|
Obituary - Edwin L. Mankle was born Dec 8, 1888 near New Market, Iowa to Jacob and Mary Jane Hemphill Mankle: the youngest of 5 children. The others were John, Josie, Cass and George. He passed away at the Clarinda Municipal Hospital Monday, Jan 4, 1971.
He lived all his life in or near New Market, except for a tour of duty for his country from Sept 4, 1917 to June 12, 1919, part of which was spent with Co C 313, Field Signal Btn in France.
He graduated from Western Normal College at Shenandoah in 1907. He worked at several different jobs for awhile, such as: school teacher, restaurant operator, and telephone operator. He became a rural mail carrier Sept 19, 1921, and continued in that position until his retirement in July 1949.
He was united in marriage with Laura Allison on Nov 15, 1925. To this union was born one son, Eldon, who was killed in an automobile accident Sept 20, 1970 near Yuba City, California.
Edwin leaves his wife, Laura, and 3 nephews: John of Clarinda, Everett of Tola, Kansas, and Lawrence of Longmont, Colorado, and their children. Clarinda Herald Journal
|Mankle, Laura V., 1898 - ....; ss Eldon; section 3|
She was born Oct 13, 1898, in Taylor County, the daughter of John and Florence Sparks Allison. On Nov 15, 1925, she was married to Edwin Mankle who preceded her in death in 1971. She was also preceded in death by a son Eldon in 1970.
Mrs Mankle was an active member of the New Market community and the Baptist Church.
She is survived by a sister-in-law Mary Allison of New Market and nieces Dorothy Harms of Clarinda and Marjorie Harris of Shambaugh and a nephew Kyle Hughes of Clarinda.
Funeral services were held this Monday morning at Walker-Merrick Funeral Home with Rev Del Vande Krol officiating. Mary Anderson was organist and Rosevelyn Bashor soloist. Casket bearers were George Slaight, Ivan Sparks, Ed Frodsham, Orville Wood, Thelbert Kendrick and Jim Clark.
Burial was in Memory Cemetery at New Market.
|Marsell, Daisy Etta Hicks, May 24, 1876 - Nov 16, 1963; ss James; section 9|
Obituary - Daisy Etta Jane Hicks, daughter of Emma Gartrell and Amzi Hicks, was born May 24, 1876 at Old Memory, Page county, Iowa.
At an early age she moved with her parents to New Market Ia., where she resided until 1961 when she was injured in an accident at her home, breaking her hip. Since then she has been living at the Armstrong Nursing Home in Bedford, Ia., where she passed away Saturday, Nov 16, 1963.
She was united in marriage March 12, 1895 to James B. Marsell at the home of her parents in New Market. To this union was born one daughter, Thelma Marsell Pullen.
During world War I Mrs Marsell was very active in Red Cross, knitting and sewing for the soldiers. Until her health failed her, she was a very faithful member to the New Market Baptist Church and active in all its activities. For many years she and her husband, the late J.B. Marsell, owned and operated a General Store in New Market.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband and daughter, Thelma; one sister, Mrs Leafy Pace and brother, C.O. Hicks.
Those who survived Mrs Marsell are her granddaughter, Mrs Margaret Pullen Franko and family of Hutchsion, Kansas; two nephews, Dr Earl R. Pace of Santa Fe, New Mexico and Ralph O. Hicks and family of Denuba, Calif., and many friends. Bedford Times-Press, 1963
Mathew, Andrew J. - On Saturday morning Mr Mathews living in east Oxford, passed away rather suddenly. He has only been in Oxford for a year, coming here from Fort Collins, thinking to improve his health.
Andrew J. Mathews was born May 14, 1860, in Tennessee, and died in Oxford, Neb., April 15, 1922.
He was married to Miss Hannah Williams, also of Tennessee, Dec 11, 1887, and to this union twelve children were born, seven of whom are still living: Mrs F.B. Dunn, Hepburn, Ia.; Thomas Franklin and John Henry, Fort Collins, Colo.; Mrs F.F. Scroggs, Granger, Iowa; Maude, Dorothy and Ray are living at home. He also leaves to mourn his loss, the wife and mother, and two brothers.
Mr Mathews came to Iowa in 1900, and settled at New Market, Taylor county. About ten years ago his health failed him, and he went to Fort Collins, hoping the change might prove beneficial. One year ago he came to Oxford.
Mr Mathews was a very quiet man and made few acquaintances. He was always kind and indulgent in his family, and they feel keenly the loss of a father. He was a man of few words, but always stood for the moral betterment of the community.
A short service was held at the undertaking rooms Tuesday afternoon, conducted by Dr E.K. Baily. The remains will be taken this (Wednesday) evening on No. 6 to New Market Iowa, for burial. -- Oxford, Neb., Journal.
The body arrived here this, Thursday morning and burial, services were held at the cemetery at eleven o'clock, conducted by Rev. J. Owen Smith. Interment was in Memory cemetery. New Market Herald, April 20, 1922
|McAlpin, Earl H., 1888 - 1964; ss Jennie; section 8|
Obituary - Earl H. McAlpin, 75, died at the Clarinda Municipal Hospital at 9:15 am Saturday, after having been hospitalized for one week with a severe cerebral hemorrhage.
Mr McAlpin was born on a farm near New Market, and spent his entire lifetime in the New Market community.
He and his wife, Jennie, lived on their farm 3 1/2 miles north of New Market, where he had been very active with his farm work and sale of seed corn. He was a member of the New Market Methodist church, The Covenant Masonic Lodge, No 453, and the Order of Eastern Star in New Market.
He is survived by his wife, four children, Mrs Dana (Orena) Taylor, Clarinda, William McAlpin, Red Oak, Max McAlpin, New Market, and Donald Rogers, Seattle, Wash. He has two brothers, Dennis McAlpin and Eugene McAlpin, both of New Market and five sisters, Nettie Werts, Mrs Orville S. (Agatha) Slaight, and Mrs Albert (Ruby) Holland, New Market, Mrs Floyd (Susanna) Dougherty, Chula, Mo, and Mrs Marshall (Norma) Brabson, Moline, Ill.
Funeral services were conducted this Monday afternoon from the Walker Funeral Home, with Rev Clarence Moore in charge. Vocalist was Mrs John Brummettt, and organist was Miss Aletha L. Hutchings. In charge of the floral offerings were Mrs Lyle Harris and Mrs Ernie Glassgow,. Casket bearers were, Ernie Glassgow, Dale Combs, Lyle Harris, Frank Vestel, Paul Golding, and Loren Messmore.
Burial was in the Memory cemetery near New Market.
|McAlpin, Eva Lena Combs, 1897 - 1922; ss D.D.; section 1|
Obituary - This community was shocked Monday morning when the word was passed that Mrs Dennis McAlpin had gone to the great beyond the night before. Everything that human skill and loving hands could do was done to save her life, but to no avail. Her death is a peculiarly sad one, leaving as she does an infant son, born just a short time before her death.
Mrs McAlpin enjoyed a wide circle of friends and was universally loved and esteemed by all who knew her. She will be sincerely mourned within, as well as without, her immediate family.
Eva Lena Combs, daughter of Mr and Mrs Chas Combs, was born near New Market Apr 28, 1897, and passed away at her home southeast of New Market Feb 19, 1922, aged 24 years, 10 months and 21 days.
She was married to Dennis McAlpin Feb 10, 1915. To this union were born two sons, Gerald, aged 5 years, and an infant son.
Her illness was of a short duration, and her death came as a shock to her many friends and relatives. Lena, as she was known by every body, was a kind hearted, loving wife and mother. It can be truly said that no task was too great for her to undertake for her family. She would always look on the bright side and meet everyone with a smile, a smile that will be impressed upon the memory of her relatives and friends for ever. She leaves to mourn her departure a husband, two children, father, mother, four brothers, three sisters, an aged grandfather, a host of relatives and a large circle of friends, for by her pleasant disposition she won the respect of all.
The brothers are Harry, Dewey, Johnnie and Glen. The sisters are Pearl and Velma and Mrs Arnold Bashor, all of New Market.
Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon in the M.E. church conducted by Rev Roy Snodgrass of Chilicothe, Mo, and interment was in Memory cemetery. The service was attended by a great concourse of people, a lving testimonial to the high regard in which deceased was held. The sorrowing family and relatives have the sympathy of all in their bereavement. New Market Herald, Feb 26, 1922
|McAnaney, Hugh Lewis, 1860 - 1946; section 1|
Obituary - Hugh Lewis McAnaney, son of Henry Edward and Alice Bailey McAnaney, was born near Kingston, Canada, March 24, 1860 and died Monday, February 25, at his home in New Market, at the age of 85 years, 11 months and 1 day. He was one of a family of eight children. At the age of nine, he moved with his parents to Oswego, New York. When a young man he worked in the Pineries in Michigan, and later came west to Villisca, Iowa to do farm work.
On January 21, 1885, he was married to Miss Mary Rebecca Tonkinson, near Hawleyville, Iowa.
With the exception of nine years spent near Strang, Nebraska, most of their married life was in Taylor county. He has resided in his present home in New Market for fifty-two years. They celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary in 1935.
Three children blessed this union, Essie Myrtle, Alice Lavina and Raymond Edward.
At various times, Mr McAnaney held a number of town offices and proved to be an efficient workman for the uplift of the community.
At an early age, he was converted in the Presbyterian Church at Dallas Center, and later transferred his membership to the Methodist church in New Market. Until his health began to fail, he was a faithful and active member in the church. For many years he served as class teacher. Superintendent of the Sunday and a member of the official church board. At the time of his death, he was an honorary member of the board.
Surviving are his daughter, Alice L. of New Market, Iowa, a son Raymond E. and a daughter-in-law, Mrs R.E. McAnaney of Northbrook, Illinois one grandson, Pvt Donald McAnaney, stationed with U.S. Armed Forces in Germany; a twin brother, Patrick H., and sister, Mrs Ann Barclay of Oswego, New York, and brother John of Chicago, Ill., besides nieces, nephews and many friends.
His wife having preceded him in death May 6, 1938 and his daughter, Essie, August 29, 1907.
The services were held Thursday, Feb 28 at the Methodist Church with the pastor, Miss Rose Mace, in charge.
|McKinley, Grace, 1874 - 1963; ss Carrett; section 4|
She was the widow of the late Garrett McKinley, who preceded her in death in 1952. At the time of her husband's death they were living in New Market, where she continued to live with her son, Byron E. McKinley, until as the result of a broken hip and other illness, she had to be brought to the nursing home in Clarinda to be cared for.
She was preceded in death by her husband, one sister, Emma Humphrey, who died in November of last year, and her son Byron E., who died in 1958.
She is survived by a son, Francis McKinley, Sebastopol, Calif; a daughter, Mrs Clarice Lamb, Sonoma, Calif; and a sister, Mrs Lint (Nancy) Roberts, of New Market. Both her son and daughter are here for the service, arriving here by way of airlines and bus Monday afternoon.
Funeral services will be conducted from the Walker Funeral Home at 10:30 am Tuesday, with Preacher Clarence Potter in charge. Organist will be Miss Aletha Hutchings. Casket bearers will be Emory Hardee, Estes Hardee, Merwin Martin, D.L. Roberts, George Woolson, and R.R. Watson.
Burial will be at the side of her husband in Memory Cemetery near New Market. Clarinda Herald Journal, 1963
|McMullin, Emma Z., Jul 6, 1858 - Jun 30, 1924 ss William|
|McMullen, Emma - Mrs Emma McMullen passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs Clem Fine on Monday, June 30 at 7 am. She had been sick for a long time with cancer and suffered terribly. She was a member of the Church of Christ, and an excellent woman who will be sadly missed in the community as well as among her family. She leaves two daughters, Mrs Clem Fine of this place and Mrs Eliza Bell of Clarinda, and two sons, Clinton and Roy of Pickering, Mo., ten grandchildren, an aged mother-in-law and a number of other realtives and friends. Funeral services were held Wednesday at the Church of Christ in Siam. Burial was in Memory cemetery. New Market Herald, July 3, 1924|
McNutt, Herren Wesley and Helen Justine - Born, to Mr and Mrs Ray McNutt, twins on August 15, 1918. Little Herren Wesley being dead at time of birth. Little Helen Justine lived until August 19, 1918. These little twins were laid to rest in the Memory cemetery, Rev Roper officiating. The mother will be known as Ruby Herren and is reported as getting along as well as can be expected.
We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for their kindness during our recent bereavement. Mr and Mrs Ray McNutt. New Market Herald, Aug 22, 1918
|McNutt, Randall, son of Ray & Ruby McNutt, Jul 18, 1919 - Feb 19, 1921; section 4|
McNutt, Warren Randall - The small son of Mr and Mrs Ray McNutt who has been ill for several weeks passed away Friday morning and was laid to rest in the Memory cemetery Sunday Feb 20. The parents have the sincere sympathy of neighbors and friends in this their great bereavement. New Market Herald, Feb 24, 1921
Warren Randall McNutt, son of Ray and Ruby Herren McNutt was born in Taylor county near Bedford, July 18, 1919, and departed this life Feb 18, 1921, aged 1 years and 7 mo.
He was sick for six weeks, first having measles, followed by pneumonia, through all his illness he was a very patient little sufferer. Little Randall was an exceptionally bright and loveable child and will be missed and mourned by all, for to know him was to love him. We like to remember that the Good Master while on earth loved little children and said, "Suffer little children to come unto me and forbid them not, for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven."
We realize he was a gift loaned us by God and that "The Lord gave and the Lord hath taken away."
The last word spoken by baby was to bid some one leaving his room "Bye."
All that loving hands could do for his care and comfort was done. But he was too frail to stand the dread disease.
Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon in the M.E. church conducted by Rev Penn. Interment was in Memory cemetery. New Market Herald, Feb 24, 1921
|McPherren, Peggy Ellen Corbin, 1924 - 1992|
Obituary - Peggy Ellen McPherren, 67, of Des Moines died Sunday, February 16, 1992 at Mercy Hospital Medical Center of a stroke and pneumonia.
Services were held at 9 am on Thursday, February 20, 1992 at Hamilton's Funeral Home in Des Moines. Burial with gravesides services at 1 pm were at Old Memory Cemetery near New Market.
Peggy was born in New Market on June 23, 1924. She graduated from New Market High School in 1941. She had lived in Lincoln, Ne., and Norwalk, Iowa before moving to Des Moines 20 years ago. She had been a homemaker.
Survivors include her husband, John; a daughter, Cheryl Van Horn, and a son, Roger both of Des Moines; two sisters, Mrs Edwin (Charlotte) Sungren of Red Oak and Mrs Marvin (Georgia) Brown of New Market; a brother, Paul Corbin of Findlay, Oh; two grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.Preceding her in death were her parents, Everette and Bertha (Wallis) Corbin; a sister, Letha; and brother, Bernard. Clarinda Herald-Journal, Feb 27, 1992
|Miller, Charles, 1897 - 1909; section 5|
|Miller, Charles Irvin, 1920 - 2000|
Obituary - Irvin Miller, age 80, of New Market, Iowa, died Monday, December 18, 2000, at his home in New Market, Iowa. Funeral services were held at 10:30 am., Wednesday, December 20, 2000 at Walker-Merrick Funeral Home, Clarinda, Iowa with Pastor Dan Webiesiek and Pastor Alvin Trusty officiating. Burial was in Memory Cemetery, New Market, Iowa with Military Rites by the New Market American Legion Post #300. Memorials may be directed to Calvary Baptist Church, Clarinda, Iowa, Methodist Church at New Market, Iowa or to the New Market Fire and Rescue.
Charles Irvin Miller was born May 21, 1920, in Taylor County near New Market, Iowa to Fredrick Gant Miller and Peralina Ann Thompson Miller. Irvin was united in marriage July 24, 1939 to Wyleen Peterman at her parent's home south of New Market, Iowa. He served in the United States Navy during World War II. Irvin and Wyleen owned and operated the Miller Feed Store, New Market, Iowa, until 1990 and also farmed and raised cattle.
Survivors include his wife, Wyleen of the home, daughter, Brenda Williams and husband, Don of Clarinda, Iowa, son, Jim Miller and wife, Connie of Las Vegas, Nevada, four grandchildren, 7 great grandchildren, sister, Thelma Slump of Pueblo, Colorado, sister, Elaine Polk of Abilene, Texas, brother, Homer Dean Miller of Nitro, West Virginia, sister, Betty Cooper of Bullhead City, Arizona and great aunt, Bertha Miller of Villisca, Iowa. Preceding him in death were his parents, great grandson, Koty James Dalton, brothers, Fred Miller Jr., Howard Miller and one sister in infancy. Bedford Times-Press, Dec 27, 2000
|Miller, D. Clyde, 1878 - 1941; ss Lola; section 1|
Dallis Clyde Miller, the son of John Henry and Mary Ann Miller, was born May 13, 1879, at New Market, Ia. He passed away at his home in New Market, Feb 19, 1941, at the age of 2 [sic] years 9 months and 6 days.
Mr Miller was united in marriage on July 11, 1906, to Lola Reynolds.
He leaves to mourn his passing, his wife, and son Lowell; three sisters, Mrs Sadie Stearns of Gravity, Ia, Mrs Vida Owen of Coin, Ia, Mrs Hazel Savage of New Market, Ia; two brothers, Jerry Miller of Braddyville, Ia, Semmer Miller of New Market, Ia, and many other relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held on Thursday afternoon, Feb 20, 1941, from the Walker Funeral Home in Clarinda, with Rev Rowe in charge.
|Miller, Icie Cleva., 1901 - 1920; section 1|
Miller, Ica Cleva - On Sunday the death angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs Oscar B. Miller and summoned their daughter Ica Cleva. Deceased had been a sufferer for a long time with a complication of diseases following the flu, and while her death was not entirely unexpected, yet when the final summons came it was a great shock to her family and friends.
Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon in the Baptist church, conducted by Rev Field, and interment was in Memory cemetery.
Ica Cleva Miller second daughter of Mr and Mrs Oscar B. Miller, was born at New Market, Iowa March 9, 1901, and died at the home of her parents near New Market October 31, 1920, aged 19 years, 7 months, 22 days. She was a patient sufferer through her illness, always loving and kind to all.
She leaves to mourn her loss a father, mother, brother and one sister, Mrs Millie Payne of Valley Junction Iowa also an aged grandmother, Mrs Young of Bedford, Mo., besides many other relatives and a host of friends. New Market Herald, Nov 4, 1920
|Miller, Irene I., 1869 - 1952; ss Geary; section 4|
He was born March 17, 1912 at Henley, Nebraska, the son of William and Mary Ellen (Dollie) Jones Miller. In 1935 he was married to Gracia Journey, who survives. He was a veteran of World War II.
Besides his wife of the home, he is survived by four children: Roy E. of Clarinda; Mrs Harry (Marilyn Raye) Terpenning, and Larry L. of Lakewood, Colorado and Wendell W. of Clarinda.
There are seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Brothers are Frank of Boise, Idaho; Cecil of Riveria, Arizona and Raymond of St Joseph, Missouri. Mrs Carl (Bernice) Arthur of Yorktown is a sister.
Services for LaVern L. Miller, 78, was Monday morning at 10:30 am at Walker-Merrick Funeral Home with Rev Alfred Hunter and Rev Lewis Hunter officiating.
Gilbert Burch was soloist and Mrs Maynard Burch, organist. Casket bearers were Roy Miller Jr., Larry Auten, David Terpenning, Armand Brown, Melvin Hargis and Herman Palmer. Burial was in Memory Cemetery at New Market.
|Miller, Mary Ann Teeters, 1846 - 1928; section 2|
Mrs Mary Ann Miller, one of the old pioneers of New Market and vicinity, who has been in poor health for several months, passed away last Saturday, Feb 11, 1928, at her home in New Market.
Mrs Miller was another of those grand old mothers who reared a large family of children of whom she was always proud. She was one of the early settlers, being the first white baby born in Page county, and was also a charter member of the M.E. church of New Market. Her death is mourned by a large circle of the older settlers who knew her as a kind and loving neighbor and friend, always willing to extend a helping hand in times of sorrow and trouble.
Mary Ann, daughter of Jerry and Elizabeth Teeters, was born in Page county, Iowa, April 17, 1846. She was called to her final reward from her home in New Market Feb 11, 1928, at the age of 81 years, 9 months and 24 days.
On September 18, 1865, she was united in marriage to Johnathan H. Miller. To this union were born eight children, six of whom are still living. Albert and Walter having died in infancy. Those living are Sadie E. Stearns of Gravity, Jerry of Blue Springs, Neb., Vida E. Owen of Coin, Dallas C., Semmer B. and Hazel G. Savage of New Market. She is also survived by one brother, Dan Teeters, of New Market.
About fifty years ago Mrs Miller united with the M.E. church in which she retained her membership until she answered the Master's call. She was a kind and loving mother, always looking for the good of her children. She has been a constant sufferer for about seven months.
Mrs Miller leaves to mourn their loss six children, one brother, seventeen grandchildren, twenty-five great grandchildren and a large number of other relatives and friends.
Funeral services were conducted from the M.E. church in New Market, conducted by Rev C.F. Smith, assisted by Rev Dewey, pastor of the Baptist church.
Burial was made in Memory cemetery.
|Miller, S.S., Jun 18, 1836 - Apr 20, 1922; section 2|
Miller, Samuel S. - Samuel S. Miller, father of J.H. Miller, road contractor, died at the Miller camp southwest of town last Thursday. Funeral services were held at the camp Friday afternoon at two o'clock conducted by Rev J. Owen Smith. Interment was in Memory cemetery.
Samuel S. Miller was born in Harrisburg, Pa., June 18, 1836, and grew to manhood there. In 1857 he was married to Miss Mary Bohn. To this union seven children were born, two of whom preceded the father to the great beyond. His wife died in 1901. He departed this life near New Market, Iowa, on April 20, 1922, aged 85 years, 10 months and two days. He leaves to mourn his loss five children, viz: E.M. Miller of Canby, Minn., Mrs Della Valier of Sheridan, Oregon, Mrs Jas Robinson of Tokato, Iowa, Mrs M. Motherhead of Higgins, Minn., and J.H. Miller of Boone, Iowa; also 26 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. New Market Herald, April 27, 1922
|Milleson, Freemont, Sep 15, 1856 - Feb 28, 1920; section 5|
Milleson, Freemont - Freemont Milleson, an old and respected citizen of this community passed away Saturday evening at his home east of town pneumonia being the cause of his death. His illness was of brief duration, extending over only a few days.
Deceased was born in Fulton county, Ill., Sept 15, 1856, and at the time of his death was aged 63 years, 5 months and 13 days. His father was killed at the battle of Vicksburg. His wife, three sons and four daughters preceded him to the better world. One son, Clyde, and one daughter, Arzelda Hoefle, both of Kansas City, Mo., are all that is left of his family.
Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at Memory cemetery, conducted by Rev Wilson. New Market Herald, Mar 4, 1920
|Mitchell, Thelma Darleen - The baby daughter of Mr and Mrs Roy Mitchell who live on the Dougherty farm south of town, died Saturday and was buried in Memory cemetery on Sunday. Little Thelma Darleen only lived about ten short days to gladden the hearts of her parents before being called home. New Market Herald, Feb 21, 1918|
|Moore, Goldie M. Burnham, Jul 6, 1896 - Apr 21, 1975; ss Roy; section 5|
Moore, Goldie - Mrs Roy (Goldie) Moore, 78, of New Market died Monday evening at Municipal Hospital shortly after she was admitted.
She was born July 6, 1896, near New Market, the daughter of William and Malinda Hutchinson Burnham. In July 1914, she was married to Roy Moore, who died May 17, 1973. Mrs Moore had worked at Clarinda Mental Health Institute.
Funeral services was held this thursday afternoon at Walker Funeral Home with Loren Daly officiating. Mrs Shirley Larson was soloist and Mrs Lois Moore organist. Casket bearers were: Harold Coston, Willis R. Schollian Jr, Keane Thummel, Chris Moore, David Moore and Kenneth Clark. Burial was at Memory Cemetery at New Market.
Mrs Moore is survived by five children, Raymond Moore of Clarinda, Mrs Walter (Verla) Coston, Mrs Jack (Evon) Wycoff, Mrs Jim (Ardith) Clark and R. Dean Moore, all of New Market.
There are 18 grandchildren and 13 great - grandchildren. Clarinda Herald Journal
Moore, Goldie Marie - Goldie Marie Moore was born July 6, 1896 south of New Market in Mason township and passed away April 21, 1975 at the Clarinda Municipal Hospital, at the age of 78 years, 9 months and 15 days.
She was the fourth daughter of William and Malinda Hutchinson Burnham. At an early age, August 1910, she was baptized at the Church of Christ in New Market and faithfully lived up to her faith by being a good wife, mother, grandmother and friend. She attended rural schools in Mason Township.
Goldie was married on July 6, 1914 to Roy R. Moore. They clebrated their 50th anniversary in 1964. She was looking forward to celebrating their 60th in 1974 but Roy passed away two months before.
To this union were born eight children. Two passed away in infancy and one daughter, Wanda Bernice passed away March 13, 1925. She has five living children, Raymond Moore, Clarinda; Verla (Mrs Walter) Coston, Evon (Mrs Jack) Wyckoff, Ardith (Mrs Jim) Clark and Dean Moore, all of New Market. She has 18 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren.
She was such a devoted wife and mother. She lived for her family. Nothing pleased her more than to have one of her grandchildren to happen in for an ice cream bar, candy or cookies at grandma's.
She was so thankful that she was able to take care of her companion of nearly 60 years up until his death 11 months ago, May 17, 1974. She loved working her vegetable garden and was making big plans for another one this spring.
She was preceded in death by her parents, three sisters, her husband, three children, two grandchildren and one great-granddaughter.
She leaves to mourn her passing her five children, Raymond, Verla, Evon, Ardith and Dean; two daughters-in-law, Wanda Moore and Vera Moore; three sons-in-law, Walter Coston, Jack Wyckoff and Jim Clark, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and a host of friends. She will be sadly missed by all who knew her. Clarinda Herald Journal
|Moore, Robert T., 1855 - 1924; ss Jane; section 5|
Moore, Robert Taylor - Robert Taylor Moore was born in Delhi, Ohio, May 30, 1855 and died at his home in New Market January 18, 1924, aged 68 years, 5 mo and 18 days.
The deceased was united in marriage to Miss Jane Christinia Bodenhamer on Sept 6, 1879, and to their union 6 children were born, four daughters and two sons, all of whom are living: Allie Moore of Creston, Iowa, Mrs E.J. Mick of Gravity, Mrs C.G. Hipsley of Clarinda, Mrs W.J. Parsons, Mrs J.L. Savage and Roy Moore of New Market.
He also leaves eight grandchildren, one Earl Mick, having preceded him to the great beyond.
Also one brother, two half brothers and three half sisters.
The deceased was an early settler of this county, having lived in Iowa for 39 yers.
His illness was only about two weeks duration.
He was always kind, a devoted father to his children, and a patient suffer during his illness.
A host of relatives and friends remain to mourn his departure.
Funeral services were held in the Christian Church Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by Rev Osborn.
Internment took place in the Memory Cemetery. New Market Herald, Jan 24, 1920
|Morgan, Oma E. - Mrs Oma E. Morgan, daughter of Ledger and Pearl Cline Crawford, passed away Dec 11 at Cedar Falls, Ia. Memorial services were there Dec 13 and burial service was Dec 14 at Memory Cemetery. Loren Daly conducted the service at Memory. She leaves one son, Jimmy Morgan of Brainerd, Mn; a daughter Darlene Golb of Barbara, Wi; 2 sisters, Mrs William Homan and Mrs Bennie Wolfe of Cherokee, Ia; seven grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.|
|Morris, Ida O'Dell, 1904 - 1993; section 6|
Ida Janette O'Dell, sixth child of Elmer and Martha Damewood O'Dell, was born March 20, 1904 in Mason Township, Taylor County, Iowa.
She attended the local rural school and grew to womanhood on the family farm along with her five brothers, one sister and her double cousin.
She began her career as a health care worker at the Glenwood State School where she met Ora Morris. They were married January 31, 1949 at Des Moines, Iowa.
They eventually established their home in Bedford where they owned and operated a nursing home. "Morris" died in May 1954 and Ida sold her nursing home a few years later. She continued her work as a licensed practical nurse until retiring in 1964. In later years, she continued to care for her brother, Vern, until his death in 1976. She, along with her beloved sisters, Alta, has been a resident of Bedford Manor for over a year.
Ida was preceded in death by her husband, her parents, her brothers Russell, Al, Vern and Ralph and her nephew, Don O'Dell. She is survived by her sister, Alta Parsons of Bedford Manor, her brother, Delbert O'Dell of Council Bluffs; nephews Gerald of Lebanon, Mo, Bill of Bedford, and Allen of Malvern; her niece, Dolores Allen of Daytona Beach, Fla; her double cousin, Ruth Scalf of New Market; other relatives and friends.
Her family keenly feels that a part of their lives is gone for this day, but faith sustains and with thankful hearts remember Ecclesiastics 3:14 -- "I know that everything God does will remain forever; there is nothing to add to it and there is nothing to take from it, for God has so worked that men should fear Him."
Funeral services for Ida Janetta Morris were held Friday, July 16, 1993 at Novinger-Taylor Funeral Home with Rev Steve Peters officiating. Burial was at Memory Cemetery, New Market, Iowa.
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Obituary - Truman Muller, 65, who lived at New Market until 1964 at death of his wife, the former Etta Geer, died at an Omaha hospital Thursday. He had been seriously ill for a week, necessitating surgery.
The burial service was in Memory cemetery Saturday at side of his wife. Funeral services were at Walnut, which had been home of Mr and Mrs Muller before coming to New Market. Clarinda Herald Journal
|Graveside services for Ruth M. McKay of New Market will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Memory Cemetery with Rev Fred Malone officiating.
Visitation will be at Walker-Merrick Funeral Home from 7-8 pm., Tuesday evening.
Mrs McKay died Sunday evening, June 5, 1988, at Municipal Hospital where she had been a patient since Wednesday.
She was born in New Market, the daughter of George and Callie Loman Lake. All of her life, with the exception of a few years as a child was spent at New Market.
She was married to Irvin J. McKay, who preceded her in death in 1963.
Mrs McKay is survived by a daughter, Marcella McKay of New Market and two sisters, Bertha Raymer, Edward, Mo; and Myrtle Wagner, Lee's Summit, Mo.
Burial will be in Memory Cemetery near New Market.
CLARINDA HERALD JOURNAL, Clarinda, Iowa, Jun 6, 1988