|Birth: ||Oct. 29, 1878|
|Death: ||May 3, 1949|
w/o Hale Matthew Boggess.
The Carthage Press, Thursday,
October 12, 1899
A PRETTY HOME WEDDING
Hale Boggess and Miss Sudie Casey United in Marriage Last Night
A pretty home wedding took place last night in the parlor of the cosy home the groom had prepared for his bride on the corner of Oak and Case streets (306 Case). The contracting parties were Hale Boggess and Miss Sudie D Casey, Rev J W Stewart officiating.
The ring ceremony was used and the occasion was an impressive and happy one. The bride was handsomely dressed in gray and carried a lovely bouquet.
She looked exceptionally beautiful and many admiring glances were centered upon her. The groom was attired in conventional black and looked handsome as he stood beside his blushing bride.
After the ceremony a wedding banquet was spread under supervision of B B Brites to which all present did ample justice.
The guests were: A M Wallngford and wife, Willis and Edith Wallingford, parents, brother and sister of the bride; Mrs Boggess, mother of the groom; Mr and Mrs Sam Boggess of Galena, Mrs Geo Wood of St Louis (sic, Wheeling, West Virginia), an aunt of the groom; and Miss Bettie Hammond of Nevada, an intimate friend of the bride.
Many handsome and beautiful presents were presented among the most important of which were a $50 china dinner set from Central National bank, extension table, Mr and Mrs A M Wllingford, silver set, Mrs Wood; lovely book case, Mr and Mrs Sam Boggess; lace curtains, Willis Wallingford; bisque statuette, "Blind Musician" Mrs Wallace.
Mr and Mrs Hale Boggess have been sweethearts ever since childhood. The bride has grown up in Carthage, educated in the Carthage schools and is admired by all who know her sweat disposition and lovable manner. Mr Boggess is a Carthage reared young man. For four years he has been with the Central National bank, being continually promoted for his steady application in business and tustworthines. Their new home is handsomely furnished and fitted and their journey through life together bids fair to be one of unalloyed happiness.
Sudie David Casey was born 1878 at Milford, Kentucky, bore one daughter, Elizabeth, died in 1949. Parents moved east of Carthage in 1885, father, William David Casey died, so mother Sophia Elizabeth (Marsh) Casey returned to Kentucky where she married A. M. Wallngford with one son same age as Sudie. They had a daughter then moved back to Carthage where both died, he in 1913, decapitated in a freak train accident, she in 1937.
Death: Carthage, Jasper county, Missouri, Missouri Death Certificate
Following courtesy of Rachel Murphy, Carthage Public Library:
Carthage Evening Press,
May 3, 1949
DEATH OF MRS. HALE BOGGESS
Widow of Former Central National Head Was 79
Carthage Woman Had Been Invalid Nearly Eight Years --- Came Here in 1887
Mrs Sudie [David] Casey Boggess, 79, widow of Hale M Boggess, former president and cashier of the Central National bank [now a United Missouri bank], died at 10:30 o'clock this morning at her home, 1012 South Garrison.
Mrs Boggess had been an invalid since June 23, 1941, when she suffered a paralytic stroke. Her condition became critical nine days ago.
She was born October 29, 1878, in Milford, Ky., and came here with her parents, Mr and Mrs William David Casey, in 1887 (sic). She was married October 4, 1898 (sic, 11 Oct 1899) in Carthage to Mr Boggess.
Mrs Boggess was a member of the First Methodist church.
She is survived by a daughter, Mrs [Elizabeth] Earl Overby of the home and a [half-] sister Mrs Edith E Cook (sic), 204½ West Fourth street. A brother [step-brother], Willis Wallingford, died June 30,1947.
The body was moved to Knell mortuary. Funeral arrangements have not been made.
Funeral was conducted by Rev R H Bodine of First Methodist church
assisted by Rev E G Malcom of Grace Episcopal church at Knell service
Pallbearers were: Mills Anderson, jr, Russell Goerke, Robert Eddy, Claude Morgan, Harold Conner and Ray Shelton.
Burial in the Wallingford plot at Park cemetery B 30 , L 133 with husband Hale Matthew Boggess, and her mother.
Edith (Wallingford) Cooke (1887KY-1963MO) was a half-sister and Willis Wallingford (1879KY-1947MO), a step-brother.
Prepared in part by Bill Boggess.
Sophia Elizabeth Marsh Wallingford (1856 - 1937)
Hale Matthew Boggess (1879 - 1942)*
Elizabeth Boggess Overby (1903 - 1966)*
Sudie David Casey Boggess (1878 - 1949)
Edith Wallingford Cooke (1887 - 1963)*
Plot: B 30, L 133
Maintained by: NJBrewer
Originally Created by: Rachel Rowden
Record added: Feb 12, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 33770917
God rest your soul.|
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