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Terry Mason's Family History Site

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Selected Families and Individuals

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Emma Roseanne McDowell

IN MEMORIUM: Emma Roseanne Todd age 59, of Noel, Missouri, was called to heaven on Sunday - May 3, 2009 at 11:20 a.m. at her residence following an illness.
Rosie began her journey on February 14, 1950 in Shawnee, Oklahoma, born to the late Francis Robert and Suzanne (Newashe) McDowell. She was a member of Sac and Fox Tribe. Rosie married Charles "Sonny" Todd on February 14, 1998 in Miami, Oklahoma. Rosie worked as a registered nurse for many years for Tyson Foods, Siloam Springs Hospital, and Northwest Regional Medical Center in Bentonville, Arkansas. She loved and enjoyed caring for her pets.
Rosie was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Charlie "Sonny" Todd in June of 2007.
She is survived by six children - Jeff Todd and wife Jean of Noel, Missouri; Steve Todd and wife Janice of Bella Vista, Arkansas; Mark Todd and wife Jackie of Owasso, Oklahoma; Paul Todd and wife Anita of Anderson, Missouri; Reveille Gould and husband David of Crestview, Florida; and Edie King and husband John of Asbury, Missouri. Twelve grandchildren and two great-grandchildren along with many other relatives, friends and neighbors whom will dearly miss Rosie.


Jacob John Burden

OBITUARY: COUNTY PIONEER IN DEATH'S SLEEP
VENERABLE JACOB BURDEN, OF UNIOPOLIS, SUFFERER FROM PARALYSIS, NOW AT REST.
Following a long illness from paralysis, the venerable Jacob Burden, 74, of Uniopolis, passed away this morning, at 5 o'clock. His life was despaired of for many months after he suffered the stroke, but he lingered in his sufferings longer than was expected. Mr. Burden was a life-long resident of this county, having been born in Clay township. He was the son of Jacob and Rebecca Burden. He was married for the first time in 1869 to Miss Susan E. Golden and three children were born to them, as follows: Mrs. Lucinda Sibert, of Lima, Mrs. Louise Carter of Lima, Mrs. Louise Carter of Uniopolis and Mrs. Jenny Duvall of Burlington, Iowa. His first wife died in 1880 and in the following year Mr. Burden was married to Miss Rebecca Lippincott. To this union the following four children were born: Mrs. Clifford Shaw, Lima; Mrs. Elda Lump, Troy; Joseph Burden, Lima, and Mrs. Catherine Taylor of Uniopolis and Edward Burden of Columbus. There are thirty-three grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren surviving. Mr. Burden was one of a family of fourteen children, all of whom are dead with the exception of Allen Burden in Lakeview, Henry Burden of Wapakoneta and Mrs. Elizabeth Gessler of Uniopolis. No funeral arrangements have been made.
This appeared in the Wapakoneta Daily News on February 5, 1921. (Someone hand wrote in that he was buried at Fairmount Cemetery.)


Jacob John Burden

OBITUARY: COUNTY PIONEER IN DEATH'S SLEEP
VENERABLE JACOB BURDEN, OF UNIOPOLIS, SUFFERER FROM PARALYSIS, NOW AT REST.
Following a long illness from paralysis, the venerable Jacob Burden, 74, of Uniopolis, passed away this morning, at 5 o'clock. His life was despaired of for many months after he suffered the stroke, but he lingered in his sufferings longer than was expected. Mr. Burden was a life-long resident of this county, having been born in Clay township. He was the son of Jacob and Rebecca Burden. He was married for the first time in 1869 to Miss Susan E. Golden and three children were born to them, as follows: Mrs. Lucinda Sibert, of Lima, Mrs. Louise Carter of Lima, Mrs. Louise Carter of Uniopolis and Mrs. Jenny Duvall of Burlington, Iowa. His first wife died in 1880 and in the following year Mr. Burden was married to Miss Rebecca Lippincott. To this union the following four children were born: Mrs. Clifford Shaw, Lima; Mrs. Elda Lump, Troy; Joseph Burden, Lima, and Mrs. Catherine Taylor of Uniopolis and Edward Burden of Columbus. There are thirty-three grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren surviving. Mr. Burden was one of a family of fourteen children, all of whom are dead with the exception of Allen Burden in Lakeview, Henry Burden of Wapakoneta and Mrs. Elizabeth Gessler of Uniopolis. No funeral arrangements have been made.
This appeared in the Wapakoneta Daily News on February 5, 1921. (Someone hand wrote in that he was buried at Fairmount Cemetery.)