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Hope Morris (#46916230)
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Jane Gwinup Roark
Pansy Bowman- Moore Cemetery
Hope, I was going through some papers today and found Pansy's Obit from the Lawrence County Record, Mt. Vernon. There is a different death date, I can't remember and I could attend the funeral. I have typed the information for you if you want to post to her memorial. When I come down to Jeanie's
maybe we can do lunch or something.
Pansy Maxine Bowman, 85, Stotts City, died Tuesday, June 19, 2007, at the Mt. Vernon Place Care Center.
She was born July 25, 1921, in Bower's Mill to Elmo and Verta (Gulick) Harrow.
She married the Reverend Basil Bowman November 14, 1936, in Columbus, Kansas. He died February14, 1997.
Pansy was employed by Nickerson Farms in Stotts City for many years and was a member of the Stotts City First Baptist Church.
She was also preceded in death by one daughter, Marceline Schnake, four brothers; Carol,Lloyd, Weldon, and Ken; and three grandchildren.
Survivors include four daughters; Allene White and Katie Arlene Roethemeier, both of Stotts City, Mary Ilene Heidlage and Vesta Maxine Whisner, both of Saecoxie. One son, Robert Basil Bowman, Laurinburg, North Carolina. Five sisters; Nell Rose Pearcey, Stotts City, Laurel Rapier, Pueblo, Colorado, Linda Dussart, Arizona, Patty Babb, LaJunta, Colorado, and Kay Flanning, St. Helens, Oregon, three brothers; Leonard Harrow, Cannon City, Colorado, Ray Harrow, Greeley, Colorado, and Dean Harrow, Buena Vista, Colorado; thirteen grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Services were Friday, June 22, 2007, at the Stotts City First Baptist Church. Burial was in the Moore Cemetery, Stotts City, under the direction of Lakin Funeral Home, Pierce City.
Added by Jane Gwinup Roark on Jul 27, 2014 5:27 PM
Deborah Lance
Ancestry search
I'm looking for living relatives of Leona Kite who is buried in Moore Cemetary, Stotts City, MO. From my research she was the daughter of my great-grandparents, William "Bud" Nalley and Arizona Bell Short Nalley. I'm trying to trace my American Indian heritage and I believe Arizona Bell Short Nalley was from the Cherokee tribe.
Leona Kite was married to Bob Kite and they had a son who lived at the time of Leona's death, 4/18/1962, in Dallas, TX. and a daughter, Vesta Kite Cooley lived in Roseville, California. If you have any information about these people I would really appreciate if you would share it with me.
Thank you so much,
Deborah Lance
Added by Deborah Lance on Apr 04, 2014 5:04 PM
RE: Goggin family
Thank you for the info. It does look like Thomas Goggin is the same one in your records. Hopefully that info will help me find more information about Olivia's family. Thanks!
Added by phillipsp on Apr 07, 2013 9:21 PM
RE: Goggin family
I really don't have a lot of information about the Goggin family other than the fact that Martha "Elizabeth" Duke Davis, (the one I sent the SAC - my husband's great-great grandmother) was the daughter of Olivia Bratten who was first married to Thomas Goggin. Olivia and Thomas had two sons. After Thomas' death, Olivia married Charles Duke.

I did look on and it looks like your Nancy Goggin (daughter of William & Mary Goggin) was born in DeKalb, Tennesse, the same place that Olivia Bratten was born. I could look up more information for you, if you'd like.
Added by phillipsp on Apr 06, 2013 9:24 PM
Bill Stotts
Allen Stotts
Greetings Hope,

I was just reviewing my entries for Moore Cemetery and realized a big mistake. I had Allen Stotts listed as a son of William Casey Stotts instead of Robert Stotts. I think I have all of this corrected now.

Bill Stotts
Added by Bill Stotts on Sep 17, 2012 3:26 PM
Bill Stotts
RE: Captain Green C. Stotts
Greetings Hope,

Okay, Frank & Lillie Hemphill, right. I really didn't need to offer you instructions on how to find the Stotts Cemetery did I? Our great-grandfathers, William Casey and Green Stotts were first cousins. I have been confused with the Cecil and Helen Stotts family before. When Helen died some years ago a former employee of mine then living in Carthage sent me a sympathy card thinking it was my mother, also named Helen. My mother passed away in April of this year at age 96.

I have been working on the family history for over 30 years and also have a fair amount of information.

Bill Stotts
Added by Bill Stotts on Sep 16, 2012 1:17 PM
Bill Stotts
RE: Captain Green C. Stotts

Forgot to mention that Russell Stott, b. March 31, 1908 in Indiana, died in June, 1987 also in Indiana. His wife, Inez, born November 14, 1908 died December 10, 1996.

B ill
Added by Bill Stotts on Sep 15, 2012 12:24 PM
Bill Stotts
RE: Captain Green C. Stotts
Greetings Hope,

Yes, Keith and Helen Stotts are my parents. I know the picture of Dad and Russell Stott that you are referring to. It was taken in Pierce City, MO. Russell walked around the downtown area and caused some confusion as a few people thought he was Dad's brother. The old Stotts Family Cemetery is located on property once owned by Green and Mary Jane Stotts. I do not know exactly where their home was located, but if they followed a general custom at the time, it probably was situated from the west end of the Cemetery, down a slight hill. Thus,they could be overlooking the the homestead forever. The Cemetery is about one mile west and a quarter mile south of Stotts City, MO. No longer accessible by road, you have to drive across a couple of fields to get there.

Bill Stotts
Added by Bill Stotts on Sep 15, 2012 12:19 PM
Bill Stotts
Captain Green C. Stotts
Greetings Hope,

We wish to thank you for placing the photo of the memorial located at the Cave Spring Cemetery on the Stotts Cemetery page. Captain Stotts and his Company used the old Cave Spring School House as a headquarters for a brief time during the Civil War. He is my great-grandfather.

Bill Stotts
Added by Bill Stotts on Sep 14, 2012 12:41 PM

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