|Birth: ||Aug. 14, 1860|
|Death: ||Apr., 1935|
Times Republican, Marshalltown, IA
April 3, 1935
---John Marshall Arterburn, a resident of the Green Mountain neighborhood for 10 years, died suddenly at 11 o'clock Tuesday forenoon at the home of his son, H. L. Arterburn, two and a half miles north of Green Mountain. Death was due to a heart attack.
---He had been in failing health during the winter, but was about the house as usual during the morning.
---He went to his room about 10 o'clock and a little later was stricken.
---He lived less than an hour after the attack.
---Mr. Arterburn was born in Carroll county, Misouri, Aug. 14, 1861. He made his home in Missouri until 1925, when he came to Green Mountain to make his home with the son.
---He was married in Carroll County, Missouri, to Miss Mollie Owens, in 1889.
---Mrs. Arterburn passed away in Missouri, Feb. 19, 1924.
Surviving are the son with whom he made his home, a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Miller, Queen City,. Mo., and five grandchildren.
---He was a member of the Christian church at LaPlata, Mo.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o;clock Thursday afternoon from the Estel funeral home, in charge of Rev. P. G. Dennis, pastor of the Central Church of Christ of this city. The body will be at the funeral home until the time for the service and will be taken to LaPlata, where another service will be held.
---Burial will be in the LaPlata cemetery, beside his wife.
LA PLATA HOME PRESS, La Plata, Missouri
April 4, 1935
J. M. ARTERBURN
---Word reached here last night that J.M. Aterburn had died at the home of his son, Harry Arterburn, in Marshalltown, Iowa about 9:00.
---The body will be brought here and funeral services will be held at the Christian Church at 2:30 conducted by Rev. Dannie Martin, pastor of the church. Burial will be made in the La Plata Cemetery by the side of his wife who preceded him in death about eleven years ago.
---Mrs. Aterburn is a former La Plata resident and for a number of years he was the grocery deliverly man here and will be remembered by many La Plata people.
---He went to Marshalltown about eight years ago to make his home with his son and family.
---He is survived by his son, Harry of Marshalltown, Iowa at whose home he died, and a daughter, Mrs. Clem Miller of Queen City and five grandchildren.
Mary Elizabeth Owens Arterburn (1869 - 1924)
Harry L. Arterburn (1891 - 1983)*
Ruth Arterburn Miller (1903 - 1988)*
La Plata Cemetery
Plot: Hastings Block 7 Row 8
Created by: Farm Girl from MO.
Record added: Jan 26, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 64724921