STACY, AMANDA J. - Barry County, Missouri | AMANDA J. STACY - Missouri Gravestone Photos

Amanda J. STACY

Oak Hill aka Cassville Cemetery
Barry County,

Jun 18, 1864 IL
Jun 27, 1936 Cassville, Barry County, MO
Stone Mason

Dec 26, 1859 Cassville, Barry Co., MO
Jul 20, 1912 Cassville, Barry Co., MO
Daughter of Pryor Bradley

Cassville Republican, July 25, 1912 - Another Mother Passes Away: After a lingering illness of many weeks, Mrs. Amanda Stacy, wife of James Stacy, died at her home in Cassville, Saturday morning, July 19, 1912. Death was due to a complication of diseases. Mrs. Amanda (Bradley) Stacy was born in Cassville, December 25, 1859. Here she grew to womanhood and has lived in this city all her life with the exception of the past two years residence in Neosho and Afton, Okla. Her last residence in Cassville was since last May. She was married to James Stacy in the year 1885. To them were born seven children, six of whom are living. They are Mrs. Otto Turner of Collinsville, Okla., Mrs. O. W. Wilson of Prosperity, Mrs. Hugh Montgomery, Horace, Hattie and Harry Stacy of Cassville. Rev. J. T. Brattin conducted the funeral services at the Baptist Church, Sunday, at 3 o'clock. Pall bearers were Ed Newman, Byron Hawk, Charley Williams, Mark Shepherd, Row Bowers and M. E. Hutchens. At the close of the service the remains were taken to the Oak Hill Cemetery and laid to rest until the resurrection morn. Mrs. Stacy's life was one not lived in vain. Her Christian influence was always for that which was Christ like. She was an excellent citizen, a loving wife and mother, whose influence will be a lasting memory to the survived family. - Same Paper - Suburban News: We are sorry to chronicle the death of Mrs. James Stacy of Cassville. Mr. Stacy left Cassville a few years ago and went to Oklahoma and on account of Mrs. Stacy's health they moved back to Cassville thinking that she might restore her health but she gradually grew worse until Saturday morning when death claimed its victim. The funeral services were held at the Baptist Church, Sunday afternoon, by Bro. J. T. Brattin, after which the remains were conveyed to the Oak Hill Cemetery. There are six children to mourn the death of mother. They have our heartfelt sympathy in the hours of sorrow.

Contributed on 4/18/19

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Submitted: 4/18/19 • Approved: 4/18/19 • Last Updated: 4/21/19 • R818858-G818857-S3

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