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Rev John Boone Scholl
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Birth: Sep. 20, 1888
Callaway County
Missouri, USA
Death: Oct. 24, 1963
Marion County
Missouri, USA

"Rev. J. B. Scholl Dies at Hannibal; Rites Saturday

The Rev. John B. Scholl, 75, a retired Methodist minister and a native of Callaway County, died last night at Levering Hospital in Hannibal. He had been a patient at the hospital for more than seven weeks.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Arch Street Methodist Church in Hannibal.
Mr. Scholl was born on September 20, 1888, near Readsville, son of Joseph and Arabella Thorp Scholl. He was a great-great-grandson of Daniel Boone.

He moved with his family near New Bloomfield as a small boy, and before World War I he worked in the Bank of New Bloomfield. During World War I, he served in France with the Army.

Returning from military service, he was associated with the late E. L. Bowman, his brother-in-law, in the feed business in New Bloomfield, until fire destroyed the business.
While still a young man he entered the ministry and was the only person to enter the ministry from the New Bloomfield Methodist Church.

He served pastorates in New Florence, Linneus, Gorin, Keytesville, Shelbyville, Auxvasse, New London and the Oak Street Methodist Church in Hannibal. He also served as pastor of the Auxvasse-Hatton Methodist churches for a number of years.

Due to his health, he retired from active ministry several years ago. Since retirement, he has served as part-time minister. At present he was serving the New London Church.
He was a member of the Masonic Lodge.

Mr. Scholl was married Sept. 20, 1918, to Miss Charlotte Mae Baker of Newark, Ohio. In addition to his wife he is survived by two sons, John S. Scholl, Jr., Quincy, Ill., and Joe B. Scholl, Palmyra, Mo., one daughter, Mrs. Don Trumbold of Shelbyville, Ill.; four sisters Mrs. Kittie Bowman Nichols, Hannibal, Mrs. W. P. Holt, Jefferson City, Mrs. G. F. Sanders, Boonville, and Mrs. E. N. Wren, Columbia; seven grandchildren; Janet Scholl, Quincy, Ill., Mary Jo, Johnny, Sheryl, and Terri Ann Scholl, Palmyra, Mo., and Carol Ann and Kathy Trumbold of Shelbyville, Ill.; and a number of nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by two sisters, Mrs. Charles Squires, Bartlesville, Okla., and Mrs. P. H. Criswell, New Bloomfield. Russell Criswell of New Bloomfield and Miss Helen Criswell of Fulton are niece and nephew.�

Obituary - Hannibal newspaper

"Rev. John Scholl Dies; Minister for 52 years

Hannibal, Mo., Oct. 25 � The Rev. John B. Scholl, 75, of Hannibal, a Methodist minister for 52 years, died last night at 9:10 in Levering Hospital here. He had been a patient for seven weeks.

Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 in Arch Street Methodist church. Burial will be in Grand View Burial park.

Mr. Scholl, who retired in 1953 because of his health, had served churches in the Fayette, Kirksville and Hannibal-Mexico districts. From 1941 until his retirement he served at New London, Ilasco, Vandalia, Shelbyville, Shelbina, Frankford, Oakwood, Hydesburg, Mexico, Bethel, Littleby, and Olivet. He served several churches in this area as a supply pastor after his retirement.

Mr. Scholl was born Sept. 20, 1888, in Readsville, a son of Joseph R. and Arabella Tharp Scholl. The family moved to New Bloomfield when he was a boy and he attended school there and at Central Methodist college at Fayette. He began his ministry as a student preacher at Hamburg, Ia., and was ordained in 1911.

During his early ministry he served Gorin and Rutledge.

During World war I, he served 19 months with the 170th aerial squadron of the aviation division of the army in France and England.

Mr. Scholl was married to Charlotte Baker of Newark, O., Sept. 10, 1919.

Surviving are the widow; two sons, Joe B. of Palmyra and John of Quincy, Ill., a daughter, Mrs. Don (Mary Belle) Trumbold of Shelbyville, Ill.; four sisters, Mrs. W. P. Holt of Jefferson City, Mrs. Sexton Sanders of Boonville, Mrs. Kittie Nichols of Hannibal and Mrs. Elmer Wren of Columbia, and seven grandchildren.

A sister, Mrs. P. H. Criswell, preceded him in death."

Obituary - source unknown

"Retired Minister Dies in Hospital; Funeral Saturday
Rev. John Boone Scholl, 2600 Hope St., retired Methodist minister, died Thursday night at 9 o�clock in Levering Hospital. He had served for 52 years as pastor in the Fayette, Kirksville and the Hannibal-Mexico districts.

These included the following local area churches: New London, Frankford, Hydesburg, Oakwood, Ilasco, Saverton, Shelbyville and Mount Vernon. Rev. Scholl moved to this area in 1941.
Services will be conducted at 2 o'clock (CST) Saturday afternoon at the Arch Street Methodist Church. The Reverends Joseph W. Wagner, district superintendent, C. A. Craig and B. L. Holcomb will officiate. Interment will be in Grand View Burial Park.

Friends may call at the Smith Funeral Home tonight and until 1 pm on Saturday when the remains will be taken to the church to lie in state. The casket will be closed at the beginning of the funeral and not reopened.
Rev. Scholl was born in Readsville, Mo., September 20, 1888, a son of the late Joseph R. and Arabella Thorp Scholl. The family moved to New Bloomfield when he was a small boy. He attended school there, was converted and united with the Methodist Church there in 1903.
He later attended the Hills Business College in Sedalia and Central Methodist College in Fayette. Rev. Scholl began student work as a minister in Hamburg, Iowa, was licensed to preach in 1911 and in 1921 was ordained into the Methodist conference.

A veteran of World War I, he had served 19 months in the aviation division of the U. S. Army in England and France.

On September 20, 1919 he was married at Newark, Ohio to Charlotte (Lottie) Baker, who survives. Also surviving are two sons, John B. Scholl, Jr., of Quincy and Joe Baker Scholl of Palmyra; one daughter, Mrs. Don (Mary Belle) Trumbold of Shelbyville, Ill.; seven grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs. Kittie Nichols of Hannibal, Mrs. W. P. Holt of Jefferson City, Mrs. E. N. Wren of Columbia and Mrs. Sexton Sanders of Boonville and a number of nieces and nephews.
Preceding him in death besides his parents were tow sister, Mrs. Verda Squires and Mrs. Elizabeth Crisswell and two infant brothers."

Obituary - St. Louis Globe-Democrat, October 26, 1963, page 9A

"Rev. John B. Scholl Funeral Saturday
Hannibal, MO (AP) � Funeral services for the Rev. John Boone Scholl, 75, a great-great- grandson of pioneer Daniel Boone, will be held in Hannibal Saturday.
Rev. Boone died Thursday. He had been a Methodist minister 42 years, and had served as pastor in the Fayette, Kirksville and Hannibal-Mexico districts. He had lived in Hannibal since 1941.
A native of Readsville, he had attended schools in Bloomfield and Sedalia. He was graduated from Central Methodist College at Fayette.
Rev. Boone served in the Army Signal Corps� aviation unit during World War I. He served 19 months in France and England.
He is survived by his wife, two sons, a daughter and four sisters."
Family links: 
  Joseph Reese Scholl (1850 - 1931)
  Arabella Tharp Scholl (1855 - 1907)
  Charlotte Mae Baker Scholl (1886 - 1968)
  John J Scholl (1920 - 1986)*
  Joe Baker Scholl (1921 - 1990)*
  Mary Belle Scholl Trumbold (1924 - 2000)*
  Ethel L. Scholl Holt (1885 - 1978)*
  John Boone Scholl (1888 - 1963)
  Grace Lee Scholl Wren (1893 - 1956)*
*Calculated relationship
Grand View Burial Park
Ralls County
Missouri, USA
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Record added: Jan 07, 2013
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Rev John Boone Scholl
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 Added: Jan. 7, 2013

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