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3601 His godparents were Otto Boss and Anna Means. Oscar George WOLZ
3602 His godfather was Philip Neckermann. Philip WOLZ
3603 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Robert Eugene WOLZ
3604 Her godmother was Margaret Birk. Rose Johanna WOLZ
3605 Usually a second child with the same name indicates that the first has died. Rose Johanna WOLZ
3606 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Steven James WOLZ
3607 Her godparents were Theodore and Margaret Gerritsen. Sylvia Margaretha WOLZ
3608 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Terry Lee WOLZ
3609 Her godparents were John Birk and Rosa Wolz. Vera Rosa WOLZ
3610 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Wayne Edward WOLZ
3611 His godparents were John Wolz and Elizabeth Emo. Wayne John WOLZ
3612 Her godmother was Barbara Wolz. Wilhelmina WOLZ
3613 By Archbishop John Joseph Glennon.
Confirmation name: Maria. 
Wilhelmina Anna WOLZ
3614 Her godparents were Nicolaus and Magdalena Kuebler. Wilhelmina Anna WOLZ
3615 Died at birth. Ruby WOODARD
3616 Thelma L. Farris, 91, of Winchester, KS., died Saturday, October 17, 2009 at Stormont-Vail Hospital. Thelma was born September 2, 1918 at McLouth, the daughter of Matthew and Devena Seybold Woodhead. She was a 1936 graduate of McLouth High School. She was married to Eldon E. Dick Farris on November 27, 1938 at McLouth, he preceded her in death on July 17, 1992. Thelma was a homemaker and assisted her husband as a clerk for their Auction company for 50 years. She also served as the Winchester News Correspondent for the Oskaloosa Independent and Atchison Globe newspapers for many years. She was a member of the Winchester United Methodist Church, serving as piano player for many years, and was a member of the United Methodist Women. She was a member of the Plum Grove Grange, the County Line Ext Unit and the Senior Citizens, all of Winchester. Survivors include three Sons, Thomas Eugene (Theresa) Farris, McLouth, Ronald Grant (Margaret) Farris, Winchester, Lonnie Dean (Tyra) Farris, Meriden, two Brothers, Marcus Woodhead, McLouth, Marlin Woodhead, Desoto, KS., three Sisters, Helen Bates, Rose Hill, Myrtice Fuqua, Hesston, Anabel Knapp, Easton, 10 Grandchildren and 12 Great-Grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a Daughter, Bonnie Jean Farris in 1949. Funeral Services will be at 10:00 AM, Tuesday at the Winchester United Methodist Church. Burial will be at McLouth Cemetery. Thelma L. WOODHEAD
3617 1900 Rheas Mill Twsp., Washington Co., AR
95 96 John H. Woodruff, head, m, w, 60, married 13yrs, AR TN IN Territory, farmer,
Rhoda E., wife, f, w, Dec 1863, 37, married 13yrs, 2 children, 2 living, MO KY MO
Clarence H., son, m, w, Aug 1887, 12, single, AR AR MO
Ethel S., daughter, w, f, Aug 1899, 10, single, AR AR MO
Sophia Means, Mother-in-law, f, w, Apr 1823, 77, widow, 1 child, 1 living, MO VA KY 
3618 Biography found at: Chesley G. WOODSON
3619 of Windsor, MO, now living in Pratt, Kansas. Claude WOODWARD
3620 Birth date may be 19 May 1808. Charles Thomas WOOLFOLK
3621 1910 Census, Iowa, Lucas Co, Town of Derby 10/10, widowed, laundress, 10
kids, 6 alive 
Matilde WORLEY
3622 In 1930 Amos was listed as age 13 and living with his parents in Capps Creek Twp. of Barry Co., MO. Amos Bertie WORMINGTON
3623 Asa and Anna had 7 children. See:
Asa had a large family and several children by each of his wives and many of those children and grandchildren are also buried at New Site. According to Goodspeed's account Asa Wormington located on Township 26, Range 28, Sections 31 and 36 were open for entry February 8, 1843 in Barry Co. Asa H. Wormington entered land on Section 36, Feb 6, 1843 and Jonathan H. Wormington entered on August 12, 1844 also in Barry County. Asa Wormington was listed in 1860, in Barry Co., MO, with 1 slave valued at $400.00. Asa Wormington was a blacksmith by trade. He was commissioned to construct a saw for a lumber mill that was being built on Center Creek just upstream from Sarcoxie, MO. In 1837, Wormington hired a white man to travel to Boonville, MO, to get the steel blank, which had been sent up the river. Indian Chief Sarcoxie, chief of the Osage tribe, at that time and for whom the town of Sarcoxie was later named, sent an Indian man to accompany the "pale face" on this important mission. The two were gone about two months but returned to Barry County with the needed steel. From that steel Asa Wormington made the saw from which the first lumber in southwest MO was produced. 
3624 In 1920, Barry Co., Capps Creek, Bert was age 40 and Minnie was age 34. Bert WORMINGTON
3625 He was a Haddock descendant through Charles and Sarah (Collins) Haddock, Jr. and a Smith descendant through John Horace & Mary Emmaline (Henderson) Smith. Damon Cecil WORMINGTON
3626 Sarah's father was killed by bushwhackers and at that same time her mother was pregnant with Sarah.
Edward was shot by bushwhackers in his own home while he was napping and lying on a pallet on the floor. Elizabeth was pregnant at the time. The family claimed that they knew who it was and that it was one of their neighbors who lived nearby and in the neighborhood. 
Edward Jannet WORMINGTON
3627 Ellis Emory Wormington's birth record record states his birth as 15 Dec 1884. The MO birth record states his mother was Josephine Means and father was Robert Wormington, and that he was born at Capps Creek Twp., in Barry Co., MO, and the fourth child born to Josephine and Robert. Robert was age 30 and Josephine was age 21, both were born in MO. Emory Ellis WORMINGTON
3628 Resided in Purdy, MO James Michael WORMINGTON
3629 His death certificate reads that Edward Wormington was his father and Caldona Jeffries was his wife's name. Both his stone and his death certificate have his middle name as Holly, however the family claims that it was Hawley, which was his grandmother's maiden name. Mrs. A. L. Woolsey, 401 4th St., Monett, MO, was the informant. Donna's Noe: Edward was killed by Bushwhackers in the New Site area of Barry County. Jonathan Hawley WORMINGTON
3630 Never Married. Lela G. WORMINGTON
3631 Week of Mar 16, 1899, Cassville Republican - Weekly Paper, Cassville, Barry Co., MO. Cassville Republican, New Site News: Miss Minnie Wormington, age 21, daughter of Robert Wormington of Stone's Prairie died. The Callaway Funeral Home Records read that Miss Minnie Wormington, died at age 21 years, on the 14 Mar, 1899. Her father was Bob Wormington of Stone's Prairie.
Died at the home of her parents, near Purdy, March 18, Miss Minnie Wormington., Deceased was a young lady well beloved by, all who knew her. The morning family have the sympathy of many friends. Minnie had been sick for some time and we hope our loss will be her eternal gain. 
3632 In 1880, on the Federal Census, in Shoal Creek Twp., of Barry Co., MO, Redmond and Elizabeth were living in between James Stephens and Kalb Fly. Redmond was age 27 and Elizabeth was age 27. They had one child, Nora E., age 4. Redmon WORMINGTON
3633 Her godmother was Anna Maria Shuster. Anna Maria WORTMANN
3634 by Archbishop John Joseph Kain.
Confirmation name: Anna. 
Elisabeth Helen WORTMANN
3635 Her godparents were Theodor Gerritsen and Helen Stark. Elisabeth Helen WORTMANN
3636 Hos godparents were John and Margaret Gerritsen. Joseph Henry WORTMANN
3637 Married Joseph J. Nahler Rosa Catharine WORTMANN
3638 Daughter of Townsend (1795-1862) and America Sanford (1795-1834) Wright Armenia WRIGHT
3639 Major in the Confederate Army during the Civil War. Major Irvin WRIGHT
3640 Wife of the late William W. Knoll; loving sister of Harold (Jane) and Daniel (Cheryl) Wright, Viola (Phillip) Jenkins and Christine (late Gayle) White, the late Aubrey (Loretta) and Virigil (Judy) Wright and Lylia (Wayne) DeClue, Jeannie (surviving Joe) Weiss; dear aunt of Tim, Sherry, Brett, Stephanie, Cynthia, Barry, Gina, Vickie, Matthew, Andrea, Wendy, Michael, Penny, Robert, Ted and Steve; our dear great aunt, cousin and friend.

Published in St. Louis Post-Dispatch on December 18, 2012 
Lydia Geneva WRIGHT
3641 Adopted son of Richard Thomas Wright, biological son of Esta L. Lynn and Allie Shuecraft. Owen Shuecraft WRIGHT
3642 Died from a gunshot wound to the abdomen. Owen Shuecraft WRIGHT
3643 Daughter of Leonard Jackson Wyeth and Melinda (Northway) Wyeth. Emma C. WYETH
3644 Son of James Leslie and Emma Bergman Wymore. Clarence Alton WYMORE
3645 My father-in-law moved to Hopkinsville after business school to work for Bordon Co. as a bookkeeper and lived across the street from my mother-in-law in a boarding house. Cora was deceased and so was her little brother. George Roberts YOST
3646 ruptured appendix George Roberts YOST
3647 Mary was raised by her dad and an old maid aunt. Rhea, her husband, was an only child. Mary Elizabeth YOST
3648 They lived around Nashville, TN. Elizabeth YOUNG
3649 Married a Mr. Stout when she was about 50 years old. She lived in Springfield.
Springfield Daily News Saturday Jan. 13, 1973

Mrs. Emma Stout, 86, died at 9:20 am Friday at her home, 501 Nichols, after a short illness.
A lifelong resident of Springfield, she was a member of the National and High Church of Christ.
Survivors are a brother George A. Young, 1020 South Ferguson, a sister Mrs. Patsy Packard, San Diego, a step son, Andrew Stout, Blue Springs, three step daughters, Mrs. Rosalie Hofman, Whittier, CA, Mrs Lois Symns, Phoenix, AZ and Mrs. Amy Voyles, Protem; and 19 step grandchildren.
Greenlawn is in charge. 
3650 They had seven children. Laura YOUNG

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