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12273. Roscoe LeRoy Bowden

Information posted on Family Tree on Ancestry.com by Larry Mason.

OBITUARY: Birth: Mar. 11, 1921Death: Jul. 19, 2006 Roscoe "Ross" LeRoy Bowden passed away in the arms of his beloved wife Wednesday, July 19, 2006, after living a rich and fulfilling life. He was born March 11, 1921, in Kinta, OK to Clarence and Lily Bowden. He moved to the Wenatchee area in 1936. Ross served in the U.S. Navy during World War II, receiving 2 bronze stars, 1 silver star and a purple heart during his service and was credited with shooting down a Japanese (Betty) bomber. Ross met Vivian Roseen and they married December 12, 1949. They owned Bowden's Automotive for 19 years, serving the community as an automotive service and repair shop. He was active in the local chapter of the Elks. Ross coached youth baseball and softball and sponsored girl's softball teams for many years. Ross had a love of the outdoors - hunting, camping, fishing, snowmobiling and boating at any opportunity. He also had an undying love of family...his wife, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren were the lights of his life and all of his activities centered around his family and many friends. He is survived by his wife, Vivian "Ralphie" Bowden of Wenatchee; three children, Owen (Stephanie) Bowden of Tuscan, AZ, Joyce (Mark) Ross of Ephrata, WA and Wayne (Donele) Bowden of East Wenatchee; five grandchildren, Megan Gillespie, April Grove, Damon Ross, Michelle Bowden and Sarah Bowden; three great-grandchildren, Justin Gillespie, Joshua Gillespie and Julie Grove; five sisters, Leila Johnson, Linda Nofsinger, Ruth Bowden, Doris Gavin and Mildred Ownby. He was preceded in death by one sister; two brothers; and two grandchildren. He leaves a legacy of family love, hard work and honesty. He will be greatly missed. Memorial Services will be given for our Husband, Father and Papa at 11:00 a.m. Friday, July 28,2006, at Evergreen Cemetery Mausoleum in East Wenatchee. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation/Colockum Chapter, rmef.com.


9305. Lovey Mason

RESEARCHER: Information sent to T.Mason on 16 Jul 2006 and updated on 24Mar2015 from Larry Mason. "Her 1st husband was Raymond Bowden. Husband #2 was Roy Sanders. From what I have been told Lovie and Roy when they were killed in a car accident they had identical injuries. Found on her body was a very large sum of money. She did not believe in banks."

OBITUARY: Shawnee News-star. Shawnee, Oklahoma. Friday, March 13,1959. Page 2 Column 1 Sanders Rites Set for today Funeral service for Mr. And Mrs. Roy Sanders, 524 North Union who died from injuries received in an automobile accident near Wewoka Tuesday, will be held in the Gaskill funeral chapel today at 2 p. m. Rev. J. L. Mitchell, Pastor of the liberty Missionary Baptist Church, will conduct the service. Burial will be in Blackburn Chapel Cemetery. Mr. Sanders was born July 17, 1892, Springdale, Ark. She was born Jul 2, 1910, in Haskell County, Okla. They lived West of Shawnee for many years, where they operated a grocery store. They had been visiting in Arkansas and were on their way back to Shawnee when the accident occurred. Mr. And Mrs. Sanders are survived by their children, Ralph D. Sanders, 1220 North Pennsylvania; Rex Sanders, Van Nuys, Calif; J. B. Bowden, Route 4; Ira Lee Bowden, of California. Mrs. Ruby Smith, Bentonville, La.; Mrs. Reba Welch, Los Angeles, Calif, and 12 grandchildren. Mrs. Sanders is also survived by two brothers, John Mason, Lexington; Harrison Mason, Oklahoma City; and four sisters, Mrs. Leona Lincoln, Sequim, Wash.; Mrs. Maude Pallette, El Cajon, Calif,; Mrs. Bowden, Casmeir, Wash,; and Mrs. Daisy Clark, Buhl, Ida. Mr. Sanders is survived by three brothers, Alfred, Lincoln, Ark,; Bert, Fort Smith, Ark,; Garland, Rogers, Ark,; and two sisters Mrs. Eunice Baker, Rogers, Ark,; and Mrs. Ola Prerer, Huntsville, Ark. Bearers will be T. H. Garner, W. A. Barton, A. A. Stephens, J. N. Hallman, Billy Dan McKinley, Ray Akin, O. R. Hurley, John Curry, Harvey Lazenby and John Carpenter


Roy Sanders

Bigheart, Oklahoma is now Barnsdall, Osage, Oklahoma.

OBITUARY: Shawnee News-star. Shawnee, Oklahoma. Friday, March 13,1959. Page 2 Column 1 Sanders Rites Set for today Funeral service for Mr. And Mrs. Roy Sanders, 524 North Union who died from injuries received in an automobile accident near Wewoka Tuesday, will be held in the Gaskill funeral chapel today at 2 p. m. Rev. J. L. Mitchell, Pastor of the liberty Missionary Baptist Church, will conduct the service. Burial will be in Blackburn Chapel Cemetery. Mr. Sanders was born July 17, 1892, Springdale, Ark. She was born Jul 2, 1910, in Haskell County, Okla. They lived West of Shawnee for many years, where they operated a grocery store. They had been visiting in Arkansas and were on their way back to Shawnee when the accident occurred. Mr. And Mrs. Sanders are survived by their children, Ralph D. Sanders, 1220 North Pennsylvania; Rex Sanders, Van Nuys, Calif; J. B. Bowden, Route 4; Ira Lee Bowden, of California. Mrs. Ruby Smith, Bentonville, La.; Mrs. Reba Welch, Los Angeles, Calif, and 12 grandchildren. Mrs. Sanders is also survived by two brothers, John Mason, Lexington; Harrison Mason, Oklahoma City; and four sisters, Mrs. Leona Lincoln, Sequim, Wash.; Mrs. Maude Pallette, El Cajon, Calif,; Mrs. Bowden, Casmeir, Wash,; and Mrs. Daisy Clark, Buhl, Ida. Mr. Sanders is survived by three brothers, Alfred, Lincoln, Ark,; Bert, Fort Smith, Ark,; Garland, Rogers, Ark,; and two sisters Mrs. Eunice Baker, Rogers, Ark,; and Mrs. Ola Prerer, Huntsville, Ark. Bearers will be T. H. Garner, W. A. Barton, A. A. Stephens, J. N. Hallman, Billy Dan McKinley, Ray Akin, O. R. Hurley, John Curry, Harvey Lazenby and John Carpenter


9310. Annie Jane Cowan

DESCENDANT: Information on WorldConnect entered by Amber McLeod on 21 Aug 2004.


12278. Tennie Bell Warren

Information from Kati L. Flynn to T.Mason on 11 Aug 2007. "Aunt Tennie trained dogs for the Boise Police Department. Tennie married Ab Stepp and had 4 children: 3 daughters and a son. They are: Maxine, Elzada, Helen and Mike. She died in Boise, Idaho at her home in August of 1998"


12281. James Orville Warren

Information from Kati L. Flynn to T.Mason on 11 Aug 2007. "Uncle Jim served in the military too. He and my father drove trucks to Alaska. I have a photo of them standing behind one of the trailer houses they hauled up there. He married first Willa Fern, and had Jerry, Larry, and Vicki. He married next Aunt Aleta and had David. His third wife was Irene, and had no children with her, but she had two children from a previous marriage, Kathy and Mark. (not sure of the spelling for Kathy.) Uncle Jim adopted his step-grandson, Dennis, who was Kathy's son. Kathy had serious heart problems and died young."


12282. Leola May Warren

Information from Kati L. Flynn to T.Mason on 3 Sep 2007. "Aunt Lee (Leola) married Richard Jones and had Dick and Patty. She married Edwin Clarence Wertz and had Steven. She and Ed wrote the “Handbook of Gemstone Carving” which is still in print and available on the internet. Aunt Lee and Aunt Vi used to sing on the radio when they were young. They were the "Sweethearts of the Ozarks"."


12287. Hartzel Eugene "Gene" Warren

Information sent to T.Mason on 3 Sep 2007 by Kathi L. Flynn. "(He actually died in the ambulance between Remote and Roseburg, Oregon, of complications from Diabetes and Emphysema.) He had 7 Children. One by Karen (his first wife) who was named Laura). The other 6 by Iva (Gentry) Warren. They are Robert, Nita, Kenneth, June’, (pronounced Junae) Tonia and Everett. He has numerous grandchildren."


9314. Albert Lafayette Cowan

RESEARCHER-DESCENDANTS: Obituary sent to T.Mason on 21 Oct 2005 by Linda Quinn.

OBITUARY: The Record-Searchlight, Redding, California, Sunday, 28 October 1960,
Albert Lafayette Cowan, 62, a former millworker, died last night at his home in Keswick. Cowan once worked for Crawford lumber company in the Redding area. He was born Jan. 11, 1898, in Fallsville, Arkansas. He leaves his wife Pearl; four daughters, Mrs. Lois Davis of Oak Run, Mrs. Iuta Pitman of Redding, Mrs. Maggie Winkle and Mrs. Lottie Alexander, both of Keswick; two sons, Lowell and Alex Cowan of Anderson; eight sisters, Mrs. Mary Ray of Red Bluff, Mrs. Claudie Dobbs of Tulelake, Mrs. Beele Arbaugh of Sacramento, Mrs. Ernie Mooney of Fallsville, Arkansas, Mrs. Mattie Hammans and Mrs. Alphia Markof [Mack] of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Mrs. Georgeann Cowan of Clarksville, Arkansas, and Mrs. Stella Crisp of Mossville, Arkansas,; four brothers, Alden of Hayfork, Jack of Stockton, Brock of Fallsville, Arkansas, and Winphred Cummins of Arkansas, and 23 grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are being made at McDonald's chapel.


Pearl Belle Rhoades

OBITUARY: Record-Searchlight, Redding, California, Sunday, 23 May 1988, Pearl Belle [Rhoades] Cowan
Services for Pearl Bell Cowan, 87, of Shasta will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Redding Cemetery. Mrs. Cowan died Friday at Beverly Manor Convalescent Hospital in Redding. She was born April 15, 1901, in Fallsville, Arkansas. She moved to north state in 1947 from Paso Robles. She was a homemaker. She is survived by daughters, Lois Davis of Shasta, Lottie Alexander and Maggie Winkle of Redding, and Iuta Pitman of Red Bluff,; sons, Lowell and Alex of Cottonwood and Wyvon Rich of Redding [Wyvone Ritchie was a newphew who was raised by Pearl]; sister Nellie Barnes [Barens] of Springdale, Arkansas.; 29 grandchildren; 54 great-grandchildren; and nine great-great-grandchildren. McDonald's Redding Chapel is handling the arrangements.


12289. William Isaac Cowan

Three weeks of age.


Samuel Earl Davis

OBITUARY: Record - Searchlight, Redding, California, Tuesday, 23 October 1990, Samuel Earl Davis,
Services for Samuel Earl Davis, 68, of Shasta will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at McDonald's Redding Chapel. The Rev. B.J. McCarty will officiate. Burial will be at Redding Cemetery. Visitation will be from noon to 8 p.m. today and from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Chapel. Mr. Davis died Sunday, October 21, 1990, at Mercy Medcial Center in Redding. He was born Dec. 11, 1921, in Oark, Arkansas and moved to Shasta County in 1948. He worked for Chaney Grant Lumber Co., and was a World War II veteran. He is survived by wife Lois of Shasta; son Sam of Oroville; daughters Joan Burbanks, Joil [Joie] Orr, Brenda Real [Neal], Judy Martin and Peggy Woods, all of Redding; brothers, T.O. Auburn, Alvin of Seattle and Melvin of Huntsville, Arkansas; sisters, Maggie Deen Martin of Russellville, Arkansas, Estil Tate of Clarksville, Arkansas and Arlene [Aleene] McGuire of Mountain Top, Arkansas; 19 grandchildren; and nine great - grandchildren.


12293. Alex Cowan

OBITUARY: Record - Searchlight, Redding, California, Friday, 18 June 1999, Alex Cowan
Cottonwood --- Services for Alex Cowan, 69, of Cottonwood will be at 11 a.m. today at St. Annie's Catholic Church in Cottonwood. A gathering of family and friends will follow the services at the Senior Center in Cottonwood. Mr. Cowan died Monday, June 14, 1999, at his residence. Born July 28, 1929 in Oark, Arkansas, he lived in the north state for 42 years. He was a heavy equipment operator for Roseburg Lumber in Anderson for 42 years and a member of the AFL-CIO. Survivors include wife Midori; sons, David and Michael Jordan and Charles Cowan, all of Redding; daughters, Juanita Torres of Anderson, Katheryne Seale of Cottonwood and Jackie Wuitkofsky of Grass Valley; brother, Lowell of Cottonwood; sisters, Lois Davis of Redding and Iuta pittman of Red Bluff; nine grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, P.O. Box 1380, Redding, CA 96009 or to the Sacred Heart Catholic Church Martha Ministry, 3441 St. Stephens Drive, Anderson, CA 96007. Arrangements are being handled by Anderson's Chapel in Anderson.


Wanda Juanita Oliver

OBITUARY: The Record - Searchlight, Redding, California, Wednesday, 7 May 1969. Wanda Juanita Cowan
Anderson --- Funeral services for Wanda J. Cowan, 38, of Anderson will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at McDonald's Anderson Chapel. Burial will be in Anderson District Cemetery. The Rev. Willard Turner will officiate. Mrs. Cowan died Monday in Mercy Hospital after a long illness. She was born October 6, 1932, Richland, Arkansas, and had lived in Anderson 14 years and California 25 years. She leaves her husband, Alex, a daughter, Juanita and a son Charles, all of Anderson; a sister, Irene Batchelor of Chula Vista; a brother, R. C. Oliver of Madera; and her father, R. C. Oliver of Grover, Oklahoma.


12295. Maggie Jessie Cowan

OBITUARY: Record --- Searchlight, Redding, California, Friday, 9 June 1995, Maggie Jessie Winkle,
Maggie Jessie Winkle, 57, of Redding died Wednesday, June 17, 1995, at Mercy Medical Center in Redding after a long illness. Private family services will be conducted. Born July 11, 1937, in Oark, Arkansas, she moved to Shasta County in 1950 from Bakersfield. Survivors include her husband Donald; sons Austin of Redding and Forrest of Alturas; daughters, Jacqueline Watson of Butte City [should read Yuba City], and Geraldine Lutkemeir of Glendale, Oregon; brothers, Lowell Cowan and Alex Cowan both of Cottonwood, Wyvon Ritchie of Redding [Wyvon was a cousin who was raised by the parents of Maggie]; sisters, Lois Davis of Redding and Iuta Pittman of Red Bluff.


9315. Chaney Belle Cowan

RESEARCHER-DESCENDANTS: Obituaries of children sent to T.Mason on 21 Oct 2005 by Linda Quinn


12299. Alvin Lafayette Arbaugh

OBITUARY: The Record - Searchlight, Redding, California, Monday, 20 May 1968, Alvin Lafayette Arbaugh
Alvin Arbaugh, 41, of Cottonwood died Sunday in Shasta General Hospital. An autopsy has been ordered by Shasta County Coroner Glen R. Linn to determine the cause of death. Arbaugh was born Feb. 22, 1927, in Arkansas. He had lived in Cottonwood for the past three years. He leaves his widow, Violet of Cottonwood; a daughter, Linda Ellen Arbaugh of Cottonwood; five sisters, Elva Cowan of Cottonwood, Opal Stepp and Marie Kimbriel, both of Ozark [Oark], Arkansas, and Jewell Stewart of Salus, Arkansas; three brothers, Hoyt of San Miguel and Dean and Dane Arbaugh, both of Arkansas; and his parents, Charles Arbaugh of San Miguel and Belle Arbaugh of Sacramento. Graveside funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Cottonwood District Cemetery under the direction of McDonald's Anderson Chapel.


Arvella Criss

OBITUARY: Posted on FindaGrave web site. "She was A Member Of The Shilo United baptist Church,Widow Of Elbert "EB" Mooney The Daughter Of The Late Stevan A. Douglas Criss And Noma Sparks Criss.She was Preceded in death By one Child, And Five brothers Roy Criss, Raymond Criss,Bill Criss, Grover Criss, Levi Criss, Two Sisters Sarah lucinda Criss Harderson, Minnie Criss Hays. She Is Survived By One Son Houston Mooney Of Oark, One Brother Aaron Criss, And One Sister Rosie Criss Cummins And One GrandChild."


9340. James Roy Boen

OBITUARY:
The Northwest Arkansas - Selected Obits
Southwest Times Record, Clarksville, Arkansas, Tuesday, May 11, 1982
"J. Roy Boen, 77, of Clarksville died Sunday at a Johnson County Hospital. He was a retired postal employee and member of First United Methodist Church.
Funeral will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Hardwicke Funeral Chapel. Burial will be at Oakland Cemetery.
He is survived by a daughter, Elma Warren of Bradley, and a son, James of Clarksville."
[Roy, son of James Roland Boen and Anna Spiva, was married to Gussie Lee Pierson]