BARCUS, JAMES C. (VETERAN CW) - Barry County, Missouri | JAMES C. (VETERAN CW) BARCUS - Missouri Gravestone Photos


Oak Hill aka Cassville Cemetery
Barry County,

August 15, 1846 Franklin County, IN
February 21, 1917 Cassville, Barry County, MO
Son of Warner James Barcus and Mary J. Mann
Louisa Gillespie Married: May 11, 1873 Harrison Co MO
Elizabeth C. Brown Stansbury Married: July 27, 1895 Cassville, Barry Co MO

Cassville Democrat - February 24, 1917
A Good Citizen: The Summons came Wednesday, February 21, to come up higher and the spirit of James C. Barcus took its flight to the realms of eternal felicity, leaving the earthly tabernacle to go to a better land. James C. Barcus was born August 15, 1846, in Franklin County, Ind., and died of paralysis, age 70 years, 6 months and 5 days. With his parents he moved to Vermillion County, Illinois in 18??. On February 6, 1865, he enlisted in the Union Army, the 44th? Illinois Regiment, And was discharged January 27, 1865 at Dalton, GA. He was converted and baptized in 1867, at the Bean Creek Baptist Church in Illinois. May 11, 1875 he and Miss Louis Gillespie we’re married; she died October 18, 1883, leaving six children, four of whom are Dedlamonica ?, Ellis, Martin and Henry. January 1, 1885 he and Sarah E. (Norris) Reams were married At Guide Rock, Nebraska , who died March 30, 1895, leaving three children, who are Morris, Earle and Zenith. On July 27, 1895, he and Elizabeth Brown were married and she survives him. For many years the descendant had resided in this city and enjoyed the respect of everybody. He was a member of the Christian Church of the city and his funeral was conducted Thursday at 3 p.m. by Rev. J. S. McQueen at that church, and the remains were interred in Oak Hill Cemetery at this place. The pall bearers were L. G. Brown, J. J. Edens, Benj. Wagoner, S.M. Cozad, Robert Smalley and J. R. Lee.

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Submitted: 4/16/19 • Approved: 4/16/19 • Last Updated: 4/19/19 • R818753-G0-S3

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