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 Lucinda W “Cinda” <I>Weatherman</I> Estep

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Lucinda W “Cinda” Weatherman Estep

  • Birth 8 Sep 1859 Walnut Shade, Taney County, Missouri, USA
  • Death 15 May 1935 Christian County, Missouri, USA
  • Burial Walnut Shade, Taney County, Missouri, USA
  • Memorial ID 10618072

The Taney County Republican noted: "AUNT LUCINDA ESTEP PASSES" - Aunt Lucinda (Cinda) Estep, who lived in Spokane at the time of her death, but who has passed the greater part of her life at Walnut Shade died Tuesday. Burial was Walnut Shade Wednesday. Aunt Lucinda was well know to the people of the county. This paper joins in extending sympathy to the bereaved ones.

TANEY COUNTY REPUBLICAN
May 23, 1935
Lucenda Weatherman was born September 8, 1859 at Walnut Shade, Missouri. She departed this life May 14, 1935 at her home in Spokane, Missouri, at the age of 75 years 7 months and 6 days.
She was the daughter of Rev. Samuel T. and Luvica Weatherman. Her father was one of the pioneer preachers in Missouri. He was God's man to bring in the Kingdom in the pioneer days.
She was united in marriage to Johm W. Estep, April 12, 1885. The this union were born seven children, the oldest a girl who died in infancy.
She was converted at an early age and several years later she united with the Pleasant Shade Missionary Baptist Church of which she was a member.
She was one of those old-fashioned consecrated Christian mothers. She loved the Lord and trusted in His Word as the only hope for the sins of the world. She was a mother who put into practice those memorial words of Solomon: "raise a child up in the way it should go and it will not depart from it when it is old." She lived to see all her children saved and united with the church. She has always possessed a frail body, and suffered death many times but it always increased her faith in her Savior. Her children cannot remember a day in her life when she did not read a chapter in God's Word and pray.
Her father, mother and two brothers and six sisters proceeded her to the Great Beyond.
She leaves to mourn her death the husband, John W. Estep of the home address and six children, Mrs. Jeff Blansit, Bluff, Missouri, Rev. D. J. Estep, Pastor First Church, Aurora, Missouri; A.J. Estep, Ozark, Missouri; Mrs. Dorthy Keithley, Walnut Shade, Missouri; J. O. Estep, Walnut Shade, Missouri; and two brothers, Grant Weatherman, Branson, Missouri; and B.S. Weatherman, Walnut Shade, Missouri; and two sons-in-law and four daughters-in-laws; twenty grandchildren and one great grand child.
She is gone to a better land, a land where Jesus lives, a place where we shall see her.



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  • Maintained by: Leslie Harrison Wyman
  • Originally Created by: D. Brown Love
  • Added: 14 Mar 2005
  • Find A Grave Memorial 10618072
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Lucinda W “Cinda” Weatherman Estep (8 Sep 1859–15 May 1935), Find A Grave Memorial no. 10618072, citing Walnut Shade Cemetery, Walnut Shade, Taney County, Missouri, USA ; Maintained by Leslie Harrison Wyman (contributor 46918631) .