BURGESS ARNOLD, MARGARET C. - Greene County, Missouri | MARGARET C. BURGESS ARNOLD - Missouri Gravestone Photos


Liberty Baptist Church (Springfield) Cemetery
Greene County,

40th Missouri Infantry
Union Missouri Volunteers
May 24, 1822 - March 21, 1900
Son of Asa Fields & Rachel Sergeant
Born Hawkins Co. TN
Died Greene Co. MO

Married 1st, Mary "Polly" Noble, abt. 1850, Breathitt Co. KY
Married 2nd, Margaret C. Burgess Ferber Arnold, September 11, 1869, Phelps Co. MO

Springfield Republican
March 22, 1900

Abraham Fields, who lived eight miles north of Springfield, died at 3:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon of pneumonia. He was 80 years old and had lived in Greene county 40 years. The interment will take place at a cemetery near his late home on Friday.

July 12, 1844 - January 15, 1921
Daughter of Isaac Burgess & Christine Engle
Born Delaware Co. OH
Died Franklin Twp. Greene Co. MO

Married 1st, Philip Ferber before Dec. 1859 (3 children)
Married 2nd, Jefferson Luther Arnold, June 25, 1863, Maries Co. MO (1 child)
Married 3rd, Abraham Fields, September 11, 1869, Phelps Co. MO (9 children)

NOTE: The 40th was comprised of refugees from southwest Missouri who had remained neutral at the beginning of the war, only to have their homes and farms destroyed by partisans from both sides. These families walked to Rolla, Missouri to the Union Army headquarters for food and shelter. The men were mustered into the army and the women and children were placed on trains and taken to Jefferson Barracks, Missouri for housing until the end of the war.
Polly Noble Fields died January 31, 1865 at Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis, MO. She and Abe were parents of 7 children.

Contributed on 7/7/16 by mobabygirl
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Submitted: 7/7/16 • Approved: 7/7/16 • Last Updated: 4/2/18 • R793472-G793381-S3

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