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3651 Willie died in the White House on February 20, 1862. Mary was never quite the same again after his death. She ceased social activities until the next year and she never again enterd the room in which Wilie died. Mary's half-brother Sam Todd was killed fighting for the Confederacy in the Battle of Shiloh. Oftentimes with Tad at her side she would visit wounded soldiers in hospitals. She took them fruit and flowers and stopped at each bed for converstion. She helped in fund raising efforts for the wounded, and helping comfort the soldiers helped comfort her broken heart over Willie's death. LINCOLN, Willaim Wallace (I17667)
 
3652 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. GAERTNER, Douglas A. (I3848)
 
3653 with Metal Goods Corporation MURRELL, James (I10894)
 
3654 Witnessed by Louis H. Ochsner and Adelhaid Kuhlmann. Family F1388
 
3655 Witnesser were John Noelke and Alma Gerritsen. Family F3689
 
3656 Witnesses were Leander Kuhlmann and Matilda Baumstark. Family F13
 
3657 Wm. Edgar remained in Oklahoma (well he was career army so it was his home of record). GIBSON, William Edgar (I21634)
 
3658 Wm. Mason moved from Windsor to Tulsa, OK, and from there to CA for the health of his children, finally returning to OK to live.
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My great-grandfather, B.F. Pettus, was in the real estate business with your relative, William Mace Fewel (12/4/1859-11/24/1934) whom my mother just adored. She would sit on his lap and (this was before they discovered she couldn't see well) stare at his diamond stickpin which he was never without. His wife, Lelia Brame Fewel (6/1867-10/1961), became a dear friend of Frank (Cora) and my grandmother. They always referred to her as our "double cousin." I loved her dearly.
Michelle Raney in Tanneyville, MO. 
FEWELL, William Mason (I4375)
 
3659 Wm. T. served under Gen. Price first and later under Gen. Morgan, in the Confederate Army. BARR, William T. (I6098)
 
3660 Woman found in burning home had been strangled, autopsy shows
Sep 22, 2009, 12:03 AM
WARRENSBURG Mo. – An autopsy has indicated the 91-year-old woman found in her burning house Thursday had been strangled.

The West Central Missouri Rural Major Case Squad is following up on 47 leads in its investigation of the death of Jewel Maxine Ballew in her home at 622 Grover St.

Agencies joining in the investigation include the West Central Missouri Rural Major Case Squad, Warrensburg police and fire departments, the Missouri State Fire Marshal's office, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, the Johnson County Coroner and the Johnson County Prosecutor.

Bruce Howey, Warrensburg police chief, has asked anyone who has information concerning this case to contact the Major Case Squad at 660-747-4220.

Mrs. Ballew was a cafeteria employee of the Warrensburg schools for 23 years. She retired in 1990.

Her graveside service will be 2 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2009, at the Warrensburg Memorial Gardens Cemetery, the Rev. Randall S. Neal officiating.

She was born June 23, 1918, in Green Ridge, Mo., the daughter of Thomas E. and Martha J.(Young) Ridenour.

Mrs. Ballew was a 1937 graduate of Lincoln High School in Lincoln, Mo. She cared for her mother who was ill and helped her dad with farm chores after graduation.

She married Roy Wayne Ballew in Clinton, Mo., Sept. 8,1948. He preceded her in death Sept. 12, 1989.

She was a member of the Grover Park Baptist Church of Warrensburg.

Survivors include numerous nieces and nephews.

She was also preceded in death by her parents; three brothers, Russell, Fred and Clay Ridenour; and a sister, Hazel Mae Blevins.

The family will receive friends Tuesday from 1 to 1:45 p.m. at the Sweeney-Phillips & Holdren Funeral Home in Warrensburg.

Memorial contributions are suggested to the Grover Park Baptist Church and may be left in care of the funeral home. 
RIDENOUR, Jewell Maxine (I792)
 
3661 World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Note: Harvey was still single & an oil worker for Standard Oil Co. at the Lost Hills Oilfield. He lived in Lost Hills, Kern Co., Ca. He was a cadet for 2yrs in a Ca University.
Date: 5 Jun 1917 
HIGBEY, Harvey Lawrence (I20441)
 
3662 Wounded in the Civil War, never married. Thus the Huber name ended. HUBER, John (I3648)
 
3663 WW1 Draft Registration Card list John as medium height and stout build with light eyes and bald. He lived in Hopkinsville, KY. His occupation was farming. His nearest relative was Hattie Lou Murphy (his wife). Sept. 12, 1918 Christian Co., KY MURPHY, John Franklin (I17656)
 
3664 Z L Wall age 42
Celia 32 (should be abt 36)
James 18
Walter 15
Mattie 12
Granville 10
John 8
Charles 5
Nannie 1 
Family F1642
 
3665 Z L Wall age 52
Celia 47
S Granville 20
John 19
Charles 13
Nannie 10
Munsey 9
Hunter 6
Florence C 4
William Matthews 49 boarder 
Family F1642
 
3666 Zachariah Baughn married and lived in Washington or Washington Courthouse, Ohio, and had quite a family of children, one of which, Kate Baughn, married Parrott Porter, or Poster and lives at the same place. BAUGHN, Zachariah Wall (I6169)
 
3667 Zachariah Fewell was the first Representative from Benton county to the General Assembly of Missouri. Was Colonel in the U. S. Army from 1818 to 1820.
(Genealogical sketches of the Reynolds; John Fewell Reynolds; 1923)

Military Service: War of 1812, fifth Reginment North Carolina and 2nd regiment Guilford County,
Military Service: Colonel in Militia in 1818-1820
Religion: Baptist, one of the original members of the Tebo Baptist Church, organized in 1841 in Henry COunty, MO
Occupation: Bet 1840 and 1842 1st postmaster Whitestown, Missouri
Occupation: 1st Election Judge, Lindsay Township and was first Justice there.
Occupation: Bet 1836 and 1838 1st representative from Benton County to State Legislature 
FEWELL, Zachariah (I88)
 
3668 Zachariah L Wall age 72 m 49 yrs
Celia M 64 12 children, 8 living (should be abt 66)
DaCosta Blackburn 22 g son
Willie 15 g son
Kate 10 g dau 
Family F1642
 
3669 Zachariah Wall age 56
Elizabeth 47
Elizabeth McAdoo 25
Zachariah Wall Jr 22
Lucy A 21
Granville 19
Louisa 16
Sarah 6 
WALL, Zachariah (I4555)
 
3670 Zachariah Wall age 82 m 59 yrs
Celia M 78
next door to Thomas Reynolds 
Family F1642
 
3671 Zella was the 7th child of Louisa Fewell FEWELL, Zella A. (I15555)
 
3672 [after death of Hedgmon] lived with Samuel. WHITE, Judith (I5181)
 
3673 [After the death of her husband, Dora Wall] resided on her farm near Denton, MO. WALL, Dora A. (I5780)
 
3674 [notes from Al Allison]
Civic Affairs: Lions Club, Boy Scouts
Education: Univeristy of Texas; Bachelors in Business Administration, Southern Methodist University (1950)
Military Service: Seaman First Class, United States Navy, 1943 to 1945.
Politics: Republican Activist in the 1950 ascendancy of the Dallas County Republican Party
Religion: University Park Methodist Church, Board Of Stewards
Occupation: Certified Public Accountant. Founder and principal of Lod C. Allison & Company 
ALLISON, Lodowick Brodie Cobb (I14632)
 
3675 [William M. Bozarth] followed agricultural pursuits until 1833, when he learned the blacksmith trade in the little village of Belleview. In 1839 he went to Henry Co, MO, and there carried on his trade for several years. but in 1866 moved to Washington Co, AR where he has since been identified with the mercantile interests of the county. Mr. Bozarth is a member of the Masonic fraternity and for five years filled the position of sheriff of Henry County, MO.
(History of Arkansas, Washington Co. p. 918)
Information from Martha Cobble and Bozarth Beacon Vol I; VIII-3. Farmer, Blacksmith and member of
Baptist then Methodist Church. Both wives were his first cousins. 
BOZARTH, William Means (I2663)
 
3676 •Note: The bible entry about the marriage of Elizabeth Allison and John Ervin, Sr states, "John Ervin, esq., entered Holy Estate of matrimony with Elizabeth, daughter to Robert Allison (Ellison) Esq. at 11 AM on 28th December 1744/5 by Rev. John Rae. Hugh Ervin married with Mary daughter to Robert Allison (Ellison) on 29th December 1751 on Sabbath." ERVIN, John Sr. (I11777)
 
3677 •Residence: 1930 Whittier, Los Angeles, California
•Residence: 1920 Doylesport, Barton, Missouri
•Residence: 1910 Lamar, Barton, Missouri
 
MEANS, Elmer Holmes (I2096)
 
3678 •Residence: DEC 1934 Dillon, Montana
•Residence: MAR 1954 Dillon, Montana 
BROWN, Henry Harrison (I9932)
 
3679 •Residence: DEC 1934 Gravette, Arkansas
•Residence: MAR 1954 Gravette, Arkansas 
BROWN, Claudius Allen (I9934)
 

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