Selected Schueth_Rice_Families and Individuals

Notes


Harry Thomas Posey

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Harry Thomas Posey
AKA: Tom
MILITARY: Harry Thomas Posey was a career military man. He retired in 1975
with 20 years service.
RESIDENCES: Tom and his family lived in Florida, Indiana, North Dakota and
finally settled in Ohio.
CHILDREN: Tom and Joyce had 3 children and 4 grandchildren.
RECOLLECTIONS:
Tom Posey received his education in the Columbia, Maury Co., TN school
system.
He joined the USAF in 1955. He received his basic training at Sheppard AFB,
Texas. He took Radar schooling at Lawry AFB, Colorado. He was stationed at
Hulbert Field, Fort Walton Beach, Florida; Alconbury AFB, England; Bunker Hill
AFB, Indiana; Minot AFB, North Dakota; and finally Wright Patterson AFB, OH.
He served as a Radar Technician on B66, B47 and B52 aircraft.
He retired, Nov. 15, 1975. After he retired he was an Electrical Hydraulic
Mechanic for local Hyster and Yale dealerships. Later he was employed at
Harrison Radiator for 2 1/2 years before he died of a massive heart attack at
the age of 50 years.
He enjoyed woodworking and woodcarving. In early years, when the children were
young, the family enjoyed camping.
(Written by Joyce Posey)


Joyce Elaine Powell

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Joyce Elaine Powell
BIRTH-MARRIAGE: Joyce Elaine Powell was born on 8 Feb 1939 in Denver, CO. She
married Harry Thomas Posey on 6 May 1956 in Denver, CO.
EDUCATION: Educated in Denver, Adams Co., and Englewood School systems.
Attended Sinclair Community College, Dayton, OH for three years.
RESEARCHER: Joyce Posey was interested in the family history and genealogy of
the Conger and Powell families. She wrote articles about the family history
and shared her work with others, including the Henthorn/Bolerjack project.
Joyce wrote "My Book," for her father, Gail Powell before he died in 1991. She
made 17 copies for family members and placed copies at the" Monroe Co, Ohio
Library; the Putnam Co, Missouri Library; the Appanoose Co, Iowa
Library; and the Mills Co, Iowa Library.
RESIDENCES: As of July 1995, Joyce Posey lived at: 210 Chesterfield Circle;
Dayton, OH 45431-1461.
OCCUPATION: Began working at a Dayton, OH credit union on a part time basis in
1981. In 1985, converted to working full time and continued to present (Feb
1996) in the Draft Department.
RECOLLECTIONS: Joyce wrote: My Mother's ancestors came from Ohio and
Pennsylvania. They migrated to Colorado in 1876. Her mother was born in New
York in 1880. Her parents came to N.Y. from England after the Civil War. My
Father's ancestors came from Ohio, to Iowa, then migrating to Eastern Colorado
about 1910, and then to Denver in 1933.


Elizabeth (Libby) Powell

Maxine Crowell Leonard's CONGER FAMILY OF AMERICA II: pg 389 & 398
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From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Elizabeth Powell
CENSUS: 1870, in Putnam Co., MO, Union Twp., 224/224, 23 June 1870
Charles Powell, 56, m. farmer, 1800/1000, OH
Rebecca, 59, f. keeps house, PA
Samuel, 18, m. IA
Elizabeth Veatch, 26, f. keeps house, b. OH
Wesley D., 2, m. IA
Daniel Ryals, 8, m. MO, grandson; Rebecca Ryals, 3, f. IA
granddaughter
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
COMMENT: Evidently Elizabeth Veatch was visiting her parents at the time of the
1870 census. She appears on the 1870 census twice, at her parents house in
Union Twp., Putnam Co., MO and at her home with Elias Veatch in Lincoln Twp.,
Putnam Co., MO. From the 1870 Elias Veatch census record it is evident that
Elizabeth was married previously to a Mr. Dodiell and had at least one child,
Wesley Dodiell born Abt. 1868 in Iowa. A review of marriage records of
Appanoose Co., IA and Putnam Co., MO did not reveal the record of the marriage
to Mr Dodiell. There were persons with that surname living in Appanoose Co.,IA
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
LEGAL_MATTER: State of Nebraska, Douglas County
On this 19th day of April, A.D. 1881 came personally before me E.M. Stenberg, a
Justice of the Peace in and for the said county, Elizabeth Bone of said county
who being by me duly sworn upon her oath says that she is a daughter of Charles
Powell, deceased, late of Putnam Co, Missouri, that at the time of death of
the said deceased she was the wife of Elias Veatch and that she is now the wife
of James Bone. Also came before me John S. Putnam and Elizabeth Putnam
respectable persons who being first duly sworn say that they are and have been
for one year well acquainted with Elizabeth Bone above named and have every
reason to believe and to believe that she is the identical person she
represents herself to be. my
Elizabeth X Bone
mark
Signed John S. Putnam
her
Elizabeth X Putnam
mark
Subscribed in my presence and sworn to before me this 19th day of April A.D.
1881.
Witnessed my hand this 19th day of April 1881
E.M. Stenberg, Justice of the Peace
Know all men by these present that I Elizabeth Bone formerly Elizabeth Powell
and Elizabeth Veatch of Douglas Co., and State of Nebraska have made constitued
and appointed and by these present do make constitute and appoint W.A. Shelton,
Co., Judge of Putnam Co. of the State of Missouri my true and lawful agent and
attorney for me and in my name and as my act and deed to demand, collect
receive and receipt for any and all sums of money due to the said Elizabeth
Bone as daughter and heir at law of Charles Powell, deceased late of Putnam
Co., Missouri; from James L. Robbins administrator of said deceased.
Hereby satisfying and confirming all acts my said attorney may do
lawfully __ or concerning the premises.
Witness my hand and seal this 12th day of May A.D. 1881. In presence of Peter
Eows (?).
my
Elizabeth X Bone
mark
State of Nebraska
County of Douglas
Be it remembered that on the 12th day of May 1881, Elizabeth Bone who is
personnaly known to the undersigned a Justice of Peace in and for Douglas Co.,
Neb. to be the same person whose name is subscribed to the within letter of _
as party thereto, this day appeared before me and acknowledged that she
executed and delivered the same as her voluntary act and __ for the __ and
persons therein contained.
Witness my hand in Douglas Co., Nebraska This 12th day of May A.D. 1881.
E.M. Stenberg
Justice of the Peace
Douglas Co., Nebraska
LEGAL_MATTER: Unionville, MO, June 22, 1881, by virtue of the within authority
I have this day received from James L. Robbins admr. of Charles Powell, dec'd
$43.26 amt. due said Elizabeth as heir of said dec'd.
Wm. A. Shelton
(Source: Documents concerning the Elizabeth Bone and the estate of Charles
Powell from the Nebraska Historical Society, Lincoln, Nebraska -
furnished by Joyce Posey)


Charles Powell

Maxine Crowell Leonard's CONGER FAMILY OF AMERICA II: pg 389 & 398
DWS note: Maxine has the family listed in 2 places and thus some conflicting data.
Lived Appanoose county IA abt 1850, Putnam county, MO bef 1860, and homesteaded in Sherman county, NE bef 1885.
Maxine shows marriage abt 1835 at Monroe county, OH
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From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Charles Powell
PARENTS: It is assumed that the father of Charles Powell was Abner Powell,
according to Joyce E. Posey. Abner Powell was an early settler of Monroe
Co, Ohio.
MARRIAGE: Information about the marriage of Charles Powell and Rebecca Conger
can be found in Ethel Heagler's book and in CFAI by Maxine Crowell Leonard.
QUESTION: Has anyone found proof of the marriage of Charles Powell and Rebecca
Conger?
OCCUPATION: farmer
LAND: Charles and Rebecca Powell purchased land, 27 Oct 1835, Monroe Co., OH,
located at Range 5, Twp. 4, Section 11
(Source: Early Ohio Settlers - Southeastern Ohio 1800-1840, Purchasers of
Land, Marietta, Ohio by Ellen and David Stanley Berry, page 57)
LAND: Monore Co., OH Deed Book C, page 392 (Burned deed records),
Charles Powel to Elizabeth Powel (written at the top of page)
_les Powell and _zabeth Powell of the same co_ _ _ _ _s Powel and Rebecca his
wife for and in _ hand paid the receipt whereof they do be _ leased and
conveyed and do by these present _ unto the said Elizabeth Powel and her
husband _tuate and being in the County of Monroe in the state of _
_ half quarter to with the east half of the west qu_ of range 4 containing
fourty acres subject to sale at Ma_, _ with all the privildeges and
appurtenances therein to _ her the said Elizabeth Powel and unto her heirs and
assinees for _ his wife for themselves and their heirs and executors and admin_
with the said Elizabeth Powel her heirs and assignees that they the _re
lawfully seized of the premises aforesaid that they have good ri_ _le and
convey the same in manner aforesaid that they _re free and clear of and all
incumbrances whatever an _ _ _es Powel and Rebecca his wife will well and
truely warrant and for_ and hereby granted unto said Elizabeth Powel and to her
heirs _ claims and demands of all and every person whomsoever the said George
(sic) Powel and Rebecca his wife party of the first part ha_ _de and seals the
day and year above written. signed sealed X de_ of}
Hart} interlined before signed Charles P_
her
Rebecca X P_
mark
The State of Ohio, Monroe Co
_ The day of Oct A.D. 1838 before the subscriber a Justice of the Peace in _
county personally appeared the said Charles Powel and Rebecca Powel who si_
deed and acknowledged the signing and sealing thereof to be their act _ _ and
the said Rebecca Powell wife of the said Charles Powell being by part from her
said husband and the contents of the said deed being fully mae_ the same in her
presence she did declare upon such separate examination _nd acknowledged the
same _ that she is still satisfied there with.
Given my hand _ Oct A.D. 1838 Thomas Hart J.P.
Entered the first and recorded the third day of December 1838
[Note: It is not clear what relationship, if any Elizabeth Powel had to Charles
and Rebecca Powell. REH]
(Source: Burned land Deeds, Book C, page 392, and Fedorchak Vol. 17, and
Gateway to the West, unknown page - furnished by Joyce Posey)
Census: 1840, in Monroe Co., OH, Wayne Twp., Shelby, #39
Charles Powell; 2 males under 10; 1 male between 26-45; 1 female between
26-45
[Note: According to Joyce Posey there was only one Charles Powell listed
in the Monroe Co., OH census between the years 1820-1850.]
EMIGRATION: In early 1847, Charles Powell and family migrated by wagon train to
Appanoose Co, Iowa along with other Powell and Conger family members. They
all appear on the county's 1850 census. These families purchased land in andaround Caldwell, Walnut and Pleasant Townships.
Census: 1850, in Appanoose Co., IA, Center Twp., 15/15, 25 Nov 1850
Charles Powell, 38, farmer, OH; Rebecca, 40, PA
William, 16, OH; Elias, 14, OH; Isaac, 12, OH; Sally (AKA Sarah), 10, OH;
Alexander, 7, OH; Elizabeth, 5, OH; Orphy J., 3, OH
(Census furnished by Joyce Posey)
COMMENT: At the time of the 1850 census of Caldwell Twp., Appanoose Co., Iowa
there were three Conger and one Powell families living close together.
Enos and Jane (Strayer) Conger were Family #34
Elias Gregory and Rebecca (Patterson) Conger were Family #35
James B. and Hannah Powell were Family #36 with George Conger, 21, b. OH
John B. and Elizabeth (Atkinson) Conger were Family #37
Enos, Elias Gregory, John B. Conger and Rebecca (Conger) Powell were siblings.
George Washington Conger was the 1st cousin, 1 generation removed of these
Conger siblings. As of January 1996 it is not known whether James B. and
Hannah Powell were related to their 3 Conger neighbors or to Charles and
Rebecca (Conger) Powell who were Family #15 in Center Twp., Appanoose Co., IA.
By 1860, Charles and Rebecca had moved to Liberty Township, Putnam County,
Missouri.
(Furnished by Joyce E. Posey)
CENSUS: 1860, in Putnam Co., MO, Liberty Twp., Dwelling 115, Family 94, 27 Jul
1860
Charles Powell, 47, farmer, OH; Rebecca, 49, PA
Sally, 19, OH; Elizabeth, 16, OH; Orphy J., 12, OH; Samuel, 8, IA
(Furnished by Joyce E. Posey)
LAND:
Land Deed - Grantee - Putnam Co. Missouri, Vol. 2, p. 622
Laurence Boggs and wife Agnes, of Putnam Co. MO, for the sum of $450.00 sold
to Charles Powell of the said county of Putnam, the described tract of land
situated in the said county; the west half of Lot number 2 in the northwest
quarter of Section 4, Township 66, Range 17, and southwest quarter of the NW
quarter of Section 4 in Range 17 and fifteen acres of the west side of the east
half of Lot #66 of Range 17, and 15 acres of the west side of the east half ofLot #1 in Township 66, Range 17. dated 14 Mar 1864. Filed in Recorders Office
17 Mar 1864.
(Source: Original Deed Record from Vol. 2, p. 622 - furnished by Joyce Posey)
LAND:
Land Deed - Grantor - Putnam Co., Missouri, Vol. 3-C5563, p. 211
Charles Powell and Rebecca, his wife, of the County of Putnam, for the sum of
$2160.00 sold to James R. McCoy of Scotland Co., State of Missouri, the
described tract of land, situated in Putname Co., State of Missouri; the
southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of Section 33 and the first half of
the southwest quarter of Section 33 and the northwest quarter of the southeast
quarter of Section 33 in Township Number 67, of Range 17, containing 160 acres,
be this - wood less, and also the west quarter of the northwest quarter of
Section #4, in Range #17 and fifteen acres of the west side of the east half of
Lot #2 of Section #4 in Township 66 of Range 17, containing 102 acres more or
less. dated 21 Dec 1864. filed for record at Recorder Office - 23 Mar 1865.
(Source: Copy of Original Deed from Vol. 3, C5563, p. 211 - furnished by Joyce
Posey)
COMMENT: Charles and Rebecca Powell's older sons served with the Union Army
Regiments in Iowa and Missouri during the Civil War.
CENSUS: 1870, in Putnam Co., MO, Union Twp., 224/224, 23 June 1870
Charles Powell, 56, m. farmer, 1800/1000, OH
Rebecca, 59, f. keeps house, PA
Samuel, 18, m. IA
Elizabeth Veatch, 26, f. keeps house, b. OH
Wesley D., 2, m. IA
Daniel Ryals, 8, m. MO, grandson; Rebecca Ryals, 3, f. IA granddaughter
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
COMMENT: No obituary or record of burial has been found, as of Aug 1995
PROBATE: Estate Record #657, filed 15 Sep 1874, Putnam Co., MO
courthouse, p. 91.
Charles Powell, died 2 Sep 1874
Homestead land bequeathed to Rebecca Powell
NE - NW Section 23, 40 acres, valued at $320.00
SW - SE Section 15, 40 acres, valued at $400.00
NW - SE Section 15, 37 1/2 acres, valued at $181.50
SE - NW Section 15, 40 acres, valued at $300.00
2 1/2 acres off the SW - SE, valued at $25.00
Heirs mentioned in the estate:
Rebecca Powell, widow
William Powell; Elias Powell; Isaac Powell; Alexander Powell;
Elizabeth Veatch; Jane Howard; Samuel Powell; and grandchildren:
Daniel Ryals, Morgan (sic, Maryum) Ryals, Samuel Ryals, and Rebecca
Ryals
(Source: Putnam Co., MO Estate Records, 1845-1909 - Furnished by Joyce Posey)
BURIAL: At the Putnam Co., Missouri Library there is a book, "Pioneers," which
lists those born before 1850 who are buried in the cemeteries of the county.
Neither Charles Powell, nor his daughter Sallie (Powell) Ryals, are listed in
this record. No record of death or newspaper obituary was found.
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)


Rebecca Conger

Maxine Crowell Leonard's CONGER FAMILY OF AMERICA II: pg 389 & 398
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From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Email: Rhenthorn1@aol.com (301) 459-0535
(The majority of the downline of Rebecca Conger came from REH's gedcom to
this author Doug Schueths.)
PARENTS:According to Joyce E. Posey, it is known that Rebecca was the daughter
of Elias Darby Conger Sr., born 8 Jun 1763 in New Jersey, an early settler of
Monroe Co, Ohio. This information is from Heagler and Leonard Conger
histories. No official record has been cited.
EMIGRATION: After the death of Charles Powell on 2 Sep 1874, in Putnam Co., MO,
Rebecca and her sons, William and Samuel and their families, moved to Clear
Creek District, Sherman Co, Nebraska. They homesteaded land in the
village known as Cedarville, which is now known as Litchfield.
PROBATE: Estate records, Putnam Co., MO 1845-1909, pg 97, filed 17 Mar 1876,
#692, pg 97.
Ryals, Minors
Children of Sallie Ryals, dec'd and John Ryals.
Daniel, Miriam, Samuel and Rebecca Ryals. All under 18 years old. Heirs
of Charles Powell, dec'd. Signed by Rebecca Powell.
[Note: This Probate record was filed by Rebecca Powell on behalf of the
children of her daughter, Sallie (Powell) Ryals. REH]
(Source: Putnam Co., MO, Estate Records - furnished by Joyce Posey)
Census: 1880, in Putnam Co., MO, Union Twp., #186, page 530A
Rebecca Powell, 60, farming, widow, PA NJ Ire
William G. 46, son, OH OH PA
Nacis, 46, daughter-in-law, MO Tenn Tenn
Charles, 21, grandson, MO OH MO
Rob Lee, 16, grandson, MO OH MO
Alexander, 14, grandson, MO OH MO
Daniel Ryals, 18, grandson, MO AL OH
Rebecca Ryals, 12, granddaughter, IA AL OH
(Census furnished by Joyce Posey)
LAND: Warranty Deed, dated 30 Oct 1882
Rebecca Powell, widow of Charles Powell, deceased of Putnam Co., MO., to
William Powell, in the consideration of $300.00. THE SE 1/4 of the NW quarter
of Section 15 in Township 66, of Range 19 containing 40 acres more or less.
This deed is further made for the consideration and understanding between the
parties hereto, that after the death of the grantor herein, the said grantee
shall and agrees to care for support and maintain one Daniel Ryals a minor and
cripple so long as he shall live. It is further the intention of the grantor
herein that at my death no part of the consideration or this conveyance shall
be chargeable to the said Wm. G. Powell out of my estate but that he shall
share equally with the rest in my estate left at my death.
Signed sealed and delivered Signed
H.D. Marshall Notary Public Rebecca Powell
T.E. Marshall x her mark
Filed 30 Oct 1892 - 10:45 AM - Peter Greggers - recorder
[Note: Daniel Ryals was the grandson of Rebecca Powell. Sarah (Powell) Ryals,
the mother of Daniel had died in 1876. William G. Powell was probably the son
of Rebecca Powell. REH]
(Source: Unionville, Putnam Co., MO records, Vol. 22, page 553 -
furnished by Joyce Posey)
LAND: Quit Claim Deed, dated 25 May 1883
Rebecca Powell, widow of Charles Powell, deceased of the County of Putnam,
State of Missouri. For the sun of one dollar, sold to Asa Hall of Putnam Co.,
MO., the SE quarter of the NW quarter in Section 15, Township 66, of Range 19.
(Source: Unionville, Putnam Co., MO records, Vol. 2, page 115 - furnished by
Joyce Posey)
CENSUS: 1885, in Sherman Co., NE, Litchfield, page 15, #119-124
Rebecca Powell
Daniel Ryals, 23, grandson
[Note: This census extraction is incomplete.]
(Census furnished by Joyce Posey)
LAND: In the Clear Creek District, Sherman Co, Nebraska, Rebecca
homesteaded 160 acres she acquired for $1.25 an acre. The land was located at
the NE Section 28, Township 14, Range 16. In Jun 1886, the 240 acre town site
of Litchfield, NE was platted from land owned by John Kisling, Rebecca Powell
and L.D. Engleman.
(Source: Sherman Co., NE Homestead Deeds, page 273 - furnished by Joyce Posey)
LAND: Homestead land bequeathed by Charles Powell to Rebecca (Conger) Powell.
N.E. N.W. Section 23, 40 acres, valued at $320.00
S.E. S.E. Section 15, 40 acres, valued at $400.00
N.W. S.E. Section 15, 37 1/2 acres, valued at $181.50
S.E. N.W. Section 15, 40 acres, falued at $300.00
2 1/2 acres off the S.W. S.e. valued at $25.00
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
OBITUARY: "Unionville Republican," Putnam Co., MO, 7 May 1890. We are informed
that Mrs. Rebecca Powell, formerly of this township, but of late, Litchefield,
Neb., died on the 26th ult. She was about 80 years old.
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
COMMENT: No newspaper obituary found for Litchfield, NE. Old newspapers not
kept in area.
BURIAL: Died 26 Apr 1890, buried in Lot #410, plot 1, Litchfield Cemetery,
Litchfield, NE, no headstone.
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from post at ancestry.com
" Thursday, March 16, 2000
Subject: Rebecca (Conger) Powell
Posted by: Joyce (Powell) Posey
Message:
I am the great-great grandaughter of Rebecca (Conger) Powell. She married
Charles Powell in Monroe Co., Ohio ca 1832. They lived at Shelby, Wayne Twp.,
until 1849 when they migrated with other Powell/ Conger family members to
Appanoose Co., Iowa. See 1850 census. By 1860, they moved across the border
to Putnam Co., Missouri. See 1860 census. While in Iowa, another son was born;
Samuel. Charles died ca Sept 1874, by 1885, Rebecca sold her property in
Missoui and with son's William & Samuel & their families, they moved to Litchfield,
Sherman Co., Nebraska, where they homesteaded. Rebecca died there on April
1890 and is buried at the Litchfield Cemetery, w/o headstone.
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Elias Powell

Maxine Crowell Leonard's CONGER FAMILY OF AMERICA II: pg 389 & 398
shows birth 17 June 1835
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From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
MILITARY: Civil War veteran
shows birth 1836


Arthur J Powell

Maxine Crowell Leonard's CONGER FAMILY OF AMERICA II: pg 389 & 398
died young. Maxine wonders if Arthur and Ophra (Orphya Jane) are twins


Sarah Hall

Maxine Crowell Leonard's CONGER FAMILY OF AMERICA II: pg 398
Maxine has a ? beside the name Sarah Hall as Charles Powell's mother


William G Powell

Maxine Crowell Leonard's CONGER FAMILY OF AMERICA II: pg 389 & 398
shows birth 1832 at Monroe county, OH
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From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
William Powell
EMIGRATION: After the death of Charles Powell on 2 Sep 1874, in Putnam Co., MO,
Rebecca and her sons, William and Samuel and their families, moved to Clear
Creek District, Sherman Co, Nebraska. They homesteaded land in the village
known as Cedarville, which is now known as Litchfield.
MARRIAGE: W.G. Powell and Narcissah Shadden were married on 22 Mar 1855 in
Putnam Co., MO.
(Source: Putnam Co., MO, Marriage Record Index 1850-1879, Vol. 1, p. 4 -
furnished by Joyce Posey)
Census: 1860, in Putnam Co., MO, Liberty Twp., 77/66
William Powell, 25, farmer, OH; Narcissus, 28, MO
Mary A., 3, MO; Charles, 1, MO
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
MILITARY: Civil War veteran
Census: 1870 census of Carroll and Putnam counties, MO have been checked for
William Powell. He has not been located.
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
Census: 1880, in Putnam Co., MO, Union Twp., #186, page 530A
Rebecca Powell, 60, farming, widow, PA NJ Ire
William G. 46, son, OH OH PA
Nacis, 46, daughter-in-law, MO Tenn Tenn
Charles, 21, grandson, MO OH MO
Rob Lee, 16, grandson, MO OH MO
Alexander, 14, grandson, MO OH MO
Daniel Ryals, 18, grandson, MO AL OH
Rebecca Ryals, 12, granddaughter, IA AL OH
(Census furnished by Joyce Posey)
RESIDENCES: According to the 1885 census of Sherman Co., NE they lived on and
farmed the land of William's mother, Rebecca (Conger) Powell.
Census: 1885, in Sherman Co., NE, Clear Creek District #721, 120/125
William Powell, m. 50, farmer, OH 1835, father born OH, mother born PA
(illegible) -Neonis, f. 50, b. MO 1835
Robert Lee, m. 20, b. MO 1865; Alex, m. 18, b. MO 1867
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
MARRIAGE: William G. Powel, age 57, married 10 Feb 1889 to Alice Dunn, age 46;
groom b. Ohio - parents: Charles & Rebecca (Conger) Powell; bride b. New York -
parents: Philander & Abigal (Stiuns) Ballon.; J.R. McMahon, Minister of the
Gospel. [Note: Verbatium extraction. REH]
(Source: Sherman Co., NE, Marriage Records 1873-1899, p. 369 - furnished by
Joyce Posey)


Narcissus Shadden

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Narcissus Shadden
AKA: Narcie
DEATH: Mrs. William Powell, died 11 Mar 1888 at Sherman Co., Neb.,
daughter of Joe Shadden.
(Source: Unionville Republican, Unionville, Putnam Co., MO Obituary Index
furnished by Joyce Posey)
CEMETERY: Buried in Lot 410, Plot 2, Litchfield Cemetery, Litchfield, NE


Robert Lee Powell

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Robert Lee Powell
CENSUS: Appears as, Rob Lee Powell, age 16 in the 1880 census of Putnam Co.,
MO. Calculated birth year would be Abt. 1864, which doesn't agree with his
obituary data.
OBITUARY: Robert Lee Powell
Robert Lee Powell, was born in Carroll Co, Missouri, on May 4, 1868 and
departed this life at the Frank Linden home on April 13, 1929, being at the
time of his death, 60 years, 11 months, and 9 days old.
Mr. Powell came to this community 49 years ago and spent most of the time in
and around Litchfield. He was one of the first to come to Litchfield before
the town was incorporated.
Mr. Powell has made his home with the Frank Linden family for the past two
years.
He leaves to mourn his sad departure, two brothers, Charles Powell of Mason
City, Custer Co., Neb. and Alex Powell of Cox City, Okla., besides his nieces
and nephews and a host of friends.
Mr. Powell has been in ill health for the past three weeks, until the Angel of
Mercy called him to his reward.
Funeral services were held at the Christian Church Sunday, conducted by the
Rev. J. Willis Kratzer. Interment was made in Litchfield Cemetery.
(Source: Appeared in the Unionville Republican, Unionville, Putnam Co.,MO
1 May 1929; reprinted from a newpaper of Litchfield, Nebraska - furnished by
Joyce Posey)


William G Powell

Maxine Crowell Leonard's CONGER FAMILY OF AMERICA II: pg 389 & 398
shows birth 1832 at Monroe county, OH
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From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
William Powell
EMIGRATION: After the death of Charles Powell on 2 Sep 1874, in Putnam Co., MO,
Rebecca and her sons, William and Samuel and their families, moved to Clear
Creek District, Sherman Co, Nebraska. They homesteaded land in the village
known as Cedarville, which is now known as Litchfield.
MARRIAGE: W.G. Powell and Narcissah Shadden were married on 22 Mar 1855 in
Putnam Co., MO.
(Source: Putnam Co., MO, Marriage Record Index 1850-1879, Vol. 1, p. 4 -
furnished by Joyce Posey)
Census: 1860, in Putnam Co., MO, Liberty Twp., 77/66
William Powell, 25, farmer, OH; Narcissus, 28, MO
Mary A., 3, MO; Charles, 1, MO
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
MILITARY: Civil War veteran
Census: 1870 census of Carroll and Putnam counties, MO have been checked for
William Powell. He has not been located.
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
Census: 1880, in Putnam Co., MO, Union Twp., #186, page 530A
Rebecca Powell, 60, farming, widow, PA NJ Ire
William G. 46, son, OH OH PA
Nacis, 46, daughter-in-law, MO Tenn Tenn
Charles, 21, grandson, MO OH MO
Rob Lee, 16, grandson, MO OH MO
Alexander, 14, grandson, MO OH MO
Daniel Ryals, 18, grandson, MO AL OH
Rebecca Ryals, 12, granddaughter, IA AL OH
(Census furnished by Joyce Posey)
RESIDENCES: According to the 1885 census of Sherman Co., NE they lived on and
farmed the land of William's mother, Rebecca (Conger) Powell.
Census: 1885, in Sherman Co., NE, Clear Creek District #721, 120/125
William Powell, m. 50, farmer, OH 1835, father born OH, mother born PA
(illegible) -Neonis, f. 50, b. MO 1835
Robert Lee, m. 20, b. MO 1865; Alex, m. 18, b. MO 1867
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
MARRIAGE: William G. Powel, age 57, married 10 Feb 1889 to Alice Dunn, age 46;
groom b. Ohio - parents: Charles & Rebecca (Conger) Powell; bride b. New York -
parents: Philander & Abigal (Stiuns) Ballon.; J.R. McMahon, Minister of the
Gospel. [Note: Verbatium extraction. REH]
(Source: Sherman Co., NE, Marriage Records 1873-1899, p. 369 - furnished by
Joyce Posey)


Alice Dunn

Maxine Crowell Leonard's CONGER FAMILY OF AMERICA II: pg 398
name shown as Alice Dunn
**********
From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
SPOUSE: Alice Dunn was the 2nd wife of William Powell.
Problem: Was her maiden name, Ballon? Was she first married to a Mr. Dunn?
See her marriage record to William Powell.


Isaac Powell

Maxine Crowell Leonard's CONGER FAMILY OF AMERICA II: pg 389 & 398
shows birth as 17 Jan 1838
death 18 Jul 1908 Putnam county, MO
*********
From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Isaac Powell
MARRIAGE: Isaac Powell and Martha Folwell were married on 29 May 1859 in
Putnam Co., MO. at the home of Charles Powell.
(Source: Putnam Co., MO Marriage Records, Vol. 1, Page 117 - furnished by
Joyce Posey)
MARRIAGE:
State of Missouri; County of Putnam; Marriages, Vol. 1, pg 117
This is to certify that I, William Boggs, a Justice of the Peace, within and
for the county of Putnam, joined in marriage, Isaac Powell and Martha Folwell
at the home of Charles Powell in the county aforesaid on the 29th day of May
1859, this the 15th day of June 1859.
(signed) William Boggs
Justice of Peace
Filed for record - June 16, 1859, D. N. Thatcher, recorder
(Source: LDS: Fairborn, Ohio Branch; 10 Jun 1982; SL M 515632 - 0955; Serial
Sheet F#431521 - furnished by Joyce Posey)
MILITARY: 1890 Civil War Census Index, Putnam Co., MO, Dwl. #143/Family #143
Isaac Powell, Pvt. Company C, Missouri 42nd Regiment (Infantry)
(Source: Putnam Co., MO Public Library, Unionville, MO - furnished by
Joyce Posey)
LAND:
State of Missouri, County of Putnam
Record: Deed, Vol. 2, page 187
Know all men by these presents that we, John Ryals Jr. and Mirian Ryals, the
wife of the said John Ryals of the county of Putnam in the state of Missouri
have this day for and in consideration of the sum - sixty dollars to the said
John Ryals in hand paid by Isaac Powell of the county of Putnam in the state of
Missouri granted bargained and sold and by these presents do grant bargain and
sell unto the said Isaac Powel the following described tract or parcel of land
situated in the county of Putnam in the state of Missouri that is to say the
southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section No. thirty three in
Township No. sixty seven in Range No. Seventeen containing fourty acres more or
less. To have and to hold these premisus hereby conveyed with all the rights
privelages and appurtenances thereto belonging or in any wise appertaining to
the said Isaac Powell, his heirs and asigns forever. __ the said John Ryals Jr.
hereby conveying to and with the said Isaac Powell his heirs and assigns for
myself my heirs executors and administrators to warrant and defend the title to
the premises hereby conveyed of every person whatsoever. In witness whereof we
have hereunto subscribed our names and affixed our seals this 16 day of January
1863.
/s John Ryals Jr
/s Miriam Ryals
[Note: Sarah Powell, sister of Isaac Powell was married to John Ryals. Perhaps
John Ryals Jr. and Miriam were his parents. REH]
(Source: Missouri State Archives; P.O. Box 778; Jefferson City, MO 65102 -
furnished by Joyce Posey)
Census: 1870, in Putnam Co., MO, Union Twp., 281/281, p. 19, 27 Jun 1870
Isaac Powell, 32, m. farmer, 500/350, OH; Martha, 26, f. OH
Ellen, 11, f. MO; Jacksin, 9, m. MO; Amanda, 7, f. MO; Charles, 5, m. MO
Oscar, 2, m. MO
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
Census: 1880, in Putnam Co., MO, Union Twp., Family 183, p. 140
Isaac Powell, 41, farmer, OH OH OH; Martha, 35, OH OH OH
Ellen, 20, MO OH OH; Jackson, 18, MO OH OH; Mandy, 16, MO OH OH
Charles, 14, MO OH OH; Oscar, 12, MO OH OH; John, 10, MO OH OH
Mary J., 8, MO OH OH; William, 6, MO OH OH; Emaline, 3, MO OH OH;
Evaline, 3, MO OH OH; Jesse E. m. 6/12 b. Nov. MO OH OH
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
Census: 1900, in Putnam Co., MO, Lincoln Twp., #40
Isaac Powell, b. 1838, 61, m. 41 yrs, OH OH OH(PA);
Martha, b. 1844, 55, 14 children, 11 living, OH OH OH
William, b. 1874, 25, MO OH OH; Edward, b. 1879, 20, MO OH OH
Ora, b. 1882, 17, MO OH OH; Ira, b. 1885, 15, MO OH OH
Ida, b. 1885, 15, MO OH OH
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)
OBITUARY: Another Old Soldier Gone
Isaac Powell, one of Putnam's oldest settlers, died at his home near Howland,
[MO] on July 19, 1908, after an acute illness of only two weeks, although he
had been failing for a year or more.
Mr. Powell was born in Monroe county, Ohio June 17, 1838, and was therefore 70
years, 1 month, and 2 days old at the time of his death. When but a child he
came with his parents to Iowa and when about 18 came to Missouri which has
since been his home.
He was married to Miss Martha Folwell in 1859 and to this union was born
fourteen children, eleven of whom are still living, viz: Mrs. Ellen Jewell of
Olney, Colorado; Jackson Powell and Mrs. Amanda Morgan, Mendota, Mo.; Mrs. Eva
Hedge[s], Howland, Mo.; Oscar, William, Edward, Ora, Ira, Emma and Ida Powell
who are still at home.
He was united with the Christian church 35 years ago and was an active worker
and a true Christian till death.
The funeral services were conducted by Elder H.L. McKinley at the home and the
remains were laid to rest in the Unionville Cemetery.
He was a soldier of Company C, 42[nd] Regiment of Missouri Infantry, and served
his country with becoming bravery.
He was an honest, hard working, sincere man, a good citizen in every way. His
death will be universally regretted.
The only relatives in Putnam county, [MO] besides his immediate family, is a
sister, Mrs. Howard.
The family desire that we extend their thanks and appreciation for the kindness
of neighbors and friends, shown during the illness of their father.
(Source: Unionville Republican, 29 Jul 1908, Unionville, Missouri -
furnished
PROBATE: Will filed 7 Jun 1906, Vol. B, page 327. Probated 20 Jul 1908, Putnam
Co., MO
I, Isaac Powell, of Howland Post Office, Putnam Co, Missouri, being of
sound mind, and sixty eight years of age, do make publick (sic) and declare
this bo be my last will and testament to wit:
First: I will that my just debts and funeral expenses be paid.
Second: I give, devise and bequeath unto my sons: Jackson Powell, William
Powell, Edward Powell, Ora Powell and Ira Powell, and to my daughters: Ellen
Jewell, Amanda Morgan, Eve HEdge, Emma Powell, and Ida Powell the sum of one
dollar each for each of said sons and daughters.
Third: I give, devise and bequeath unto my grandson, Glen McClure, the only
surviving child and heir of Mary J. McClure, my deceased daughter, the sum of
one dollar, to be in full of his share of my estate, he not to participate in
the final distribution of my estate after the death of my wife, Martha Powell,
should she survive me.
Fourth: I give, devise and bequeath unto my beloved wife, Martha Powell, the
Southwest quarter of the Northwest quarter of section twenty one (21), township
sixty six (66), range eighteen (18) in Putnam Co, Missouri to be hers
absolutely in fee simple with full power to convey same.
Fifth: I give, devise and bequeath unto my beloved wife Martha Powell, all of
the rest, residue and remainder of my estate, real, personal and mixed to be
hers during her natural life, she to have the full and control of same as long
as she may live, and at her death the real estate and so much of the personal
property as shall remain to be divided equally among my children, Jackson
Powell, Oscar Powell, William Powell, Edward Powell, Ora Powell, Ira Powell,
Ellen Jewell, Amanda Morgan, Eve Hedge, Emma Powell, and Ida Powell in equal
shares, provided however that should any of said children die prior to the
death of myself and wife, the share of said child or children shall go to the
children of said deceased if there are any, and if not, to revert to their
brothers and sisters above mentioned.
Sixth: I hereby appoint my beloved wife, Martha Powell executor of my will and
estate and request that she be not required to give bond.
Witness my hand and seal this 27th day of June A.D. 1906.
/s Isaac Powell
We the undersigned witnesses hereby attest and witness the testate and in his
presence and in the presence of each other the testor have signed same in our
presence.
Witness our hands this June 17th 1906
/s L.S.K., McCutchen
/s B.L. Robinson
PROOF OF WILL
STATE OF MISSOURI, PUTNAM COUNTY, In Probate Court
Be it remembered, that on this the 30th day of July A.D. 1908, before me Loenzo
Jones, Judge of the Probate Court, held in and for the county and state
aforesaid, personally appeared L.S.K McCutchen and B.L. Robinson, who are
subscribing witness to the annexed will of Isaac Powell, deceased and being by
me first duly sworn, depose, and say that the said Isaac Powell, the testor,
subscribed the same in the presence and published and declared said will or
instrument of writing to be his last will and testament and that at the time of
signing the same, he the said testator was of sound and disposing mind, and
more than twenty one years of age, and that said deponents attest said will as
witnesses thereto, by subscribing their names to the same in the presence of
the testator and of each other, at the request of the testator.
s/ L.S.K. McCutchen
s/ B.L. Robinson
Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 30th day of July A.D. 1908.
/s Leonzo Jones
Judge of Probate
STATE OF MISSOURI, COUNTY OF PUTNAM, In Probate Court
I, Lorenzo Jones, Judge of the Probate Court of Putnam Co, State of
Missouri having examined the forgoing instrument, purporting to be the last
will and testament of Isaac Powell, deceased, and signed by the said Isaac
Powell and having heard the testimony of L.S.K. McCutchin and B.L. Robison,
subscribing witnesses thereto, in relation to the executor of the same, do
declare and adjudge said instrument to be the last will and testament of the
said Isaac Powell, deceased, late of Putnam Co, Missouri and the same is
hereby admitted to Probate.
In testimony whereof, I have hereinto set my hadn and affixed the seal of said
court of office in Unionville this 20th day of July 1908.
/s Lorenzo Jones
Judge of Probate
(Source: Missouri State Archives, P.O. Box 778, Jefferson City, MO 65102
- copy
in the possession of Joyce Posey)
BURIAL:
Powell, Isaac; b. Monroe Co., OH, 17 Jun 1838; d. 18 Jul 1908; C.W. 42nd Reg
Mo. Inf; Parents: Charles Powell, b. Ohio; Rebecca (Conger) b. PA; m. Martha
Folwell, b. Uniontown, KY, 20 Aug 1844; d. 20 Mar 1927.
(Source: "Pioneers," People born before 1850, buried at Unionville Cemetery,
Unionville, Putnam Co., MO - furnished by Joyce Posey)


Martha Folwell

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Martha Folwell
Problem: Birth place of Uniontown, KY and Palmerstown, KY have been reported.
Norma Jeffery listed, Palmerstown, KY. 1870, 1880, 1900 census records all list
Ohio as the place of birth.
OBITUARY:
Martha Folwell was born August 20, 1844 at Uniontown, Kentucky and passed away
at her home Sunday evening, March 20, 1927, being at the time of her death, 82
years and 7 months old.
She was united in marriage to Isaac Powell, May 29, 1859. He preceded her in
death, July 19, 1906. To this union were born fourteen children.
Those whom she leaves to mourn her death are her children: Ellen Jewell of
Olney Sprints, Colo.; Jackson Powell and Amanda Morgan of Mendota, Missouri;
Eva Hedges of Howland, Missouri; Ida Davis of Lamar, Missouri; Ira Powell of
Unionville, Missouri; Oscar, Ed and Ora at home; and 23 grandchildren; 20 great
grandchildren, and a host of friends.
Six children who await her in her Heavenly home are: Charles, John, Martha
McClure, William and Emma White.
She united with the Christian Church while yet a young woman and lived a
beloved and consentrated life. She was loved by all who knew her.
Funeral services were preached on Wednesday, March 23, [1927], by Rev. H.L.
McKinley and her body was laid to rest in Unionville Cemetery, [Unionville,
MO].
(Source: Unionville Republican, 23 Mar 1927 - researcher, Sarah Lemen Phillips
- furnished by Joyce Posey)

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
PROBATE: Estate Records - '2431
Martha Powell, Filed 8 Apr 1927, #2616; died on 20 Mar 1927; son Jackson
Powell, son Oscar Powell, son Edward Powell, son Ora Powell, sone Ira Powell,
dau. Amanda Morgan and dau. Eva Hedges all of Putnam Co., Missouri; dau. Ellen
Jewell of Olney Springs, Colo.; and dau. Ida Davis of Barton Co., MO.
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)


Charles Powell

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
CEMETERY: d. 17 Jun 1892, age 26 yr, 7 m, 1 da, Buried in section 3 of
Unionville Cemetery, Unionville, Putnam Co., MO.
[Calculated birth date: 16 Nov 1865. REH]
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)


Oscar Powell

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Oscar Powell
RESIDENCES: As of Jul 1908, Unionville, Putnam Co., MO
RESIDENCES: As of Mar 1927, Unionville, MO at home living with his mother.
OBITUARY:
Oscar Powell, son of Isaac and Martha Powell, was born March 17, 1868 in Putnam
Co., Missouri, and departed this life at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Drury,
where he had made his home for a term of years, on Sept. 3, 1935, at the age of
67 years, 5 months and 17 days. He was unmarried, having lived a single man,
one of a family of 14 children. His parents, 2 sisters and 3 brothers preceded
him in death.
He is mourned in death by 4 sisters and 4 brothers, namely: Mrs. Ellen Jewell
of Olney Springs, Colo., Mrs. Eva Hedges of Kansas City, Mo., Edward of
Springfield, Mo., Mrs. James Morgan and Jackson of Mendota, Mo., Mrs. Ida
Davis, Ora and Ira all of Unionville, Mo., and many other relatives and a
community of friends.
He lived his entire life in Putnam county, [MO]. Oscar was of a sunny, kind
disposition and dearly loved by his family and friends. He will be sadly
missed. His sudden death brought a deep sorrow to his brothers and
sisters.
His liberality and helpful disposition was felt in many ways. He was always
ready to lend a helping hand or to make any sacrifice for his loved ones or
friends.
Funeral services were held at the home of his brother, Ira Powell, Thursday,
Sept. 5, at one-thirty, conducted by Rev. J.D. Noland and attended by a large
congregation of life long friends.
(Source: Unionvillle Republican, Unionville, MO 11 Sep 1935 - furnished by
Joyce Posey)
CEMETERY:Buried in section 3 of Unionville Cemetery, Unionville, Putnam Co, MO
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)


John Powell

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
John Powell
OBITUARY: A Sudden Death
John Powell, a young man about ? years of age, died suddenly at the ? of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Powell, five miles northeast of Unionville,
[MO], Friday.
He had for some time ? trouble with weak lungs, ? about three weeks ago had
been ? on a farm up in Iowa. He ? town Thursday and seemed to be as well as
usual. Friday noon ? ? hearty dinner and shortly after ? went out into the
yard where ? ? was washing, when he ? taken with a severe hemmorh? lungs and
died in his mother's ? ?fore he could be removed to the ?.
The blow, so terrible and unex? has fallen upon the family with ? ? force and
their many friends ? acquaintances extend heartfelt ?
The funeral services were cond? at the house Saturday afternoon ? Elder E.J.
McKinley and the rem? were laid to rest in the Unionville ?etery.
The deceased was one ? family of children, two of whom ? and a girl, had
preceded him ? great beyond.
[Note: The right side of the obituary clipping was badly tattered.]
(Source: Unionville Republican, Aug. 10, 1898, Unionville, Putnam Co.,
Missouri - furnished by Joyce Posey)

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
CEMETERY: d. 5 Aug 1898, age 28 yr, 18 da, buried in Section 3 of Unionville
Cemetery, Unionville, Putnam Co., MO [Calculated birth date, 18 Jul 1870. REH]
(Furnished by Joyce Posey)


William Powell

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
William Powell
RESIDENCES: As of Jul 1908, Unionville, Putnam Co., MO
OBITUARY:
William Powell, son of Isaac and Martha Powell, was born Feb. 2, 1874, and
departed this life Feb. 26, 1924, being 50 years annd 24 days old.
He united with the Christian church at the age of 20 years. He leaves to mourn
his death, his aged mother and four sisters, Mrs. James Jewell of Olney
Springs, Colo.; Mrs. James Morgan of Mendota, Mo.; Mrs. Geo. Hedge[s] of
Howland, MO. and Mrs. H.T. Davis of Watrous, N. Mex., and five brothers,
Jackson of Mendota; Ira of Unionville and Oscar, Edward and Ora at home, all
of whom were present.
He numbered his friends by his acquaintances.
Funeral services were held at the home by Elder H.L. McKinley and the remains
were laid to rest in the Unionville Cemetery.
(Source: Unionville Republican, Unionville, MO, 5 Mar 1924 - furnished by
Joyce Posey)
CEMETERY: Buried in section 3 of Unionville Cemetery, Unionville, Putnam
Co., MO. (Furnished by Joyce Posey)


Edward Jesse Powell

From: Richard E. Henthorn 5403 76th Ave Hyattsville, MD 20784-1705
Edward Jesse Powell
AKA: Edward; Ed
COMMENT: He never married.
RESIDENCES: As of Jul 1908, Unionville, Putnam Co., MO
RESIDENCES: As of Mar 1927, Unionville, MO, living with his mother
RESIDENCES: As of Jul 1945, Springfield, MO
OBITUARY: Edward Jesse Powell
Edward Jesse Powell, son of Isaac and Martha Powell, was born November 16, 1879
and departed this life July 13, 1958, at the Monroe Hospital where he had spent
the last seven weeks. He had been ill for the last six or eight months.
Ed had never married and was one of fourteen children, all of whom had passed
on with hsi father and mother, except one sister, Mrs. Evalence Hedges of Rome,
Ga.; Ira Powell and Ida Davis of Unionville, Mo.; and one sister-in-law,
Charlotte Powell of Roundup, Montana. Several nieces and nephews and a host of
friends are left to mourn his departure.
The funeral services were held at Comstock Funeral Home, Tuesday, July 15,
[1958], at 2:00 p.m., conducted by Ronald Henwood. Interment was in the
Unionville Cemetery, [Unionville, MO].
(Source: Unionville Republican, Unionville, MO, 30 Jul 1958 - researcher, Sarah
Lemen Phillips, Unionville, MO - furnished by Joyce Posey)