|Birth: ||Mar. 12, 1893|
|Death: ||May 16, 1934|
Marriage 16 Jan 1918 Recorded in Richmond, Ray County, Missouri
MISSING MAN'S BODY IN MISSOURI RIVER
Six months after his disappearance from his home, 2925 Harrison street,
the body of Daniel H. Clark, 41 years old, former Kansas City barber, was taken from the Missouri river Wednesday near Liberty.
Mr. Clark, a former soldier, left his home last November, and was not again seen by his family.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Dollie Sue Clark, and a daughter, Miss Vernetta M. Clark, both of 4011 Woodland avenue; seven sisters, Mrs. Anna Irwin, 2919 East Thirty-fifth street; Mrs. Verdella Clarke, Hardin, Mo.; Mrs. Mattie Yoho, Hamilton, Mo.; Mrs. Carrie Clarke and Mrs. Lizzie Roane, Polo, Mo.; Mrs. Mary Rupe, Horton, Kas., and Mrs. Cora Griggs, of Montanna, and two brothers, Edward Clark and Henry Clark.
(Daniel H. Clark was found in the Missouri River near Liberty and Independence Bridge in Clay County, Missouri.)
CLARK-Funeral services for Dan H. Clark will be held at the Linwood Baptist church. Linwood and Spruce, at 2:30 Monday. Burial Floral Hills cemetery, Kansas City.
Hamilton Advocate Hamiltonian, Hamilton, Missouri May 24, 1934
MISSING MAN'S BODY FOUND
Mrs. Mattie Yoho and daughter Mrs. George Rauber both of Hamilton, Basil Woolsey of this city, Mrs. Lizzie Rhone and Mrs. Carrie Clark of Polo drove to Kansas City Monday to attend the funeral of Daniel H. Clark, a brother of Mesdames Yoho, Rhone and Clark, which was held at the Baptist Church at Linwood and Spruce streets, by Rev. Clawson. The burial was in Floral Hill Cemetery.
Mr. Clark, 41 years old and a native of Polo, disappeared from his home, 2925 Harrison street, Kansas City, last November and was not seen again by his family until his body was taken from the Missouri river near Liberty on Wednesday of last week. Mr. Clark was a barber and a former soldier.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Dollie Sue Clark, and a daughter Miss Vernetta M. Clark, both of Kansas City; and seven sisters. The sisters, besides the three mentioned above, are Mrs. Anna Irwin of Kansas City, Mrs. Verdella Clark of Hardin, Mrs. Mary Rupe of Horton, Knasas, and Mrs. Cora Griggs of Montana, and two brothers, Edward Clark and Henry Clark.
Jeremiah M. Clark (1850 - 1893)
Mary Jane Rainwater Clark-Rupe (1854 - 1910)
Dolly Sue Adkins-Clark Parks (1900 - 1983)
Barbara Ann Clark Irwin (1872 - 1960)*
Lizzie Catherine Clark Rone (1874 - 1946)*
Henry Franklin Clark (1875 - 1945)*
Mary Jane Clark Rupe (1875 - 1958)*
Cora Etta Clark Griggs (1879 - 1947)*
Charles B. Clark (1880 - 1908)*
Martha Lela Clark Yoho (1882 - 1947)*
Carrie Beatrice Clark Clark (1884 - 1954)*
Infant Son Clark (1885 - 1885)*
Ruth Maude Clark (1888 - 1898)*
Ida Verdella Clark (1891 - 1977)*
Daniel Hardin Clark (1893 - 1934)
Elzie Antinio Rupe (1896 - 1959)**
Forest Hill Cemetery
Created by: Karen Hill Walker
Record added: Nov 21, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 101108436