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Audrain County, Missouri

Hampton, J.R.                    Harrison, Louella Green                Harvey, William

Hampton, Mrs. J.R.             Harrison, Maggie                           Harvey, Addie

Harrison, A.M.                    Harrison, Mary Virginia


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Obituary that appeared in Weekly Int. June 20, 1929 P3C4:
J. R. Hampton of near Mexico died Monday morning, June 17, at 6 a.m., in the Fulton Hospital, following a protracted illness.  He was formerly of Mexico, and is the father of Henry and Leo H. Hampton of this city.  Other children who survive him are:  John Hampton, Benton City; George Hampton, Benton City; Mrs. John Davenport, St. Louis; Mrs. J. W. Lovitt, Jellico Tenn; Mrs. Clarence Poe, Cannonville, Ind; and 17 grandchildren.  Mr. Hampton was born 72 years ago in Kentucky and in the same state was married to Miss Annie Smith, but lived most of his life in Missouri.  Funeral services will be held at the First Baptist Church at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday and will be conducted by Rev. J. S. Jesse.  Burial will be made at Elmwood Cemetery.

Obituary appeared in Weekly Int. 04 Feb 1926, page 7, column 3

Mrs. J. R. Hampton of this city, died at her home on S. Calhoun Street at 10 o'clock Sunday night following an illness of pneumonia.  She had been ill since Tuesday of last week.  Mrs. Hampton, who was 64 years of age, was born in Kentucky, and was Miss Annie Smith.  Upon her marriage to J. R. Hampton, she came to a farm south of Benton City, then six years ago moved to Mexico.  She was a member of the Baptist church.  Besides her husband, three daughters and four sons survive.  They are:  Mrs. Clarence Poe of Indiana, Mrs. L. Lovett of St. Louis, Mrs. John Davenport of Mexico, John and George Hampton of Benton City and Henry and Lee Hampton of Mexico.  Funeral services will be held Wednesday at the Baptist church.
Betty Kokal

Mexico Missouri - May 7, 1908 - Volumn 9, No 26 - Page 1, Column 3
A. M. Harrison, brother of C. E. Harrison of Mexico, died at his home in Stillwater, Okla., last Wednesday night, April 22, after a short illness. Deceased moved from this city to Oklahoma about six years ago.  He was born in Montgomery county, this State, Feb. 7, 1842.  In 1878 he was married to Miss Louella Green.  To them eight children were born, seven surviving the parents, Robert, Louella, Ruby, Dora, Jessie, Luke and Paul.  Only about five weeks ago a son, Homer Harrison, was killed by the cars in Oklahoma, the body shipped here for burial.
Mr. Harrison was formerly in the brick business in Mexico.  He was a public spirited and a good citizen.
The body was brought to Mexico Saturday for burial.  Funeral was held at the Methodist church by Rev. C. M. Aker.

The Mexico Weekly Ledger, Mexico, Missouri - Thursday, Dec. 10, 1942 - Page 5, Col. 1
Funeral services for Mrs. Luella Green Harrison of Borger, Texas, who died Nov. 30th, were held here Sunday afternoon at Precht's funeral parlor.  Mrs. Harrison was the widow of the late Andy Monroe Harrison, who started
Mexico's first brick plant, on the site now occupied by the A. P. Green Fire Brick Company.  Many of Mexico's earlier buildings were erected with the bricks the product of this industry.
Mrs. Harrison was born in Macon county, MO., August 19, 1855.  She was married to Mr. Harrison in 1875.  Mr. Harrison passed away in 1908 at Stillwater, Okla. where they had been residing since 1900.  Mrs. Harrison
died at the home of her youngest daughter, Mrs. Dora Hope, at Borger.
The Ledger joins friends of the family in extending sympathy.

The Mexico Intelligencer - Thursday, February 27, 1896
Miss Maggie Harrison Dead
Miss Maggie J. Harrison, aged, 61, a former resident of this city and a sister of A. M. Harrison, died in Kansas City Sunday morning of bronchitis.
The remains were brought to this city for burial Monday.  The funeral services were conducted by Rev. J. H. Pritchett at the M. E. church, South, at 2:30 o'clock that afternoon.  The pall bearers were Messrs. W. K. Potts,
E. E. Jones, B. L. Locke, J. M. Marmaduke, B. R. Cauthorn, and J. D. Morris.

Mexico Weekly Ledger - Thursday, October 22, 1942 - Page 6, Column 4
Deaths:Miss Mary Virginia Harrison
Burial will be conducted here tomorrow morning at Elmwood cemetery for Miss Mary Virginia Harrison, 87, formerly of Mexico who died at her home in Kansas City which she shared with her niece Miss Mabel Brannock.  The burial will follow funeral rites to be held at 10 a.m. at the home of another niece, Mrs. W. R. Buckner at Auxvasse.  Miss Harrison, daughter of Abner and Melinda M. Harrison was born in Montgomery City, but resided in Mexico and attended Hardin.  She was the last surviving member of her family.  Among her brothers were the late John Abner Harrison of Auxvasse, and C. Edward and Andrew M. Harrison of Mexico.

Ex-Mexicoan John Hucker Dies At 59
A former resident, John H. Hucker, 59, died Friday at the Veterans Hospital in Columbia where he had been a patient for two days. He had lived at the Pleasant View Rest Home in Huntsville for the past two years. Mr. Hucker served in the U.S. Army during WWII and was a shoe repairman before his illness. Services are set for Sunday at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Mexico with Rev. Richard Wohlers officiating. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery. Mr. Hucker was born Jan. 2, 1925, in Mexico, a son of Paul and Ida May Hooton Hucker. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Hucker, in Mexico; and three sisters, Mrs. Russell (Martha Ann) Newbrough of Mexico, Mrs. Oswald (Pauline) Kothe of Salisbury and Mrs. Robert (Dorothy) Chrisman of Los Alamos, NM.
(Mexico Ledger 9-29-1984)
Ida Hepler

William M. Harvey:
Marshall, Mo, paper 1960

William M. Harvey Died Here Monday

William Monroe Harvey, retired railroad employee, passed away at his home at 311 Morgan Street in Slater, Monday, April 18, following and extended illness.

Funeral services, conducted by Rev. William G. Bentley, pastor of the Slater Christian Church, will be held at two o'clock, Thursday afternoon April 21, at the Haines Funeral Home in n Slater. Interment will be made in the cemetery at Higbee, Missouri.

William Monroe Harvey was born June 27, 1881 near Thompson, Missouri.. He was the son of Edward and Sally Hoover Thompson., both of whom preceded him in death. He was united in marriage near Thompson, on September 27, 1903 to Addie M. Hill, who survives him.

Mr. Harvey attended school in Audrain County, Missouri. he was a retired section foreman with 45 years of service on the G. M. & O. rairoad. Ten years ago, he and his wife moved to Slater where they have contiuned to make their home.

Mr. Harvey was a member of the Christian Church for 64 years.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by five sons, Reuben R. Harvey and George W. Harveyof Slater; Henry W. Harvey pf Lawton, Okla.; Edward H. and V. E. Harvey, of Joliet, Illinois; one sister, Mrs.Myrtle Conklin of Mexico, Mo.; one brother, Wallace Harvey Spurling, of Thompson, Mo.; one half-brother Clarence Harvey, of Gary, Indiana; 21 grandchildren; 22 great grandchildren, in addition to a number of nieces and nephews, and many other realtives and friends who will sincerely mourn his death.

Mrs. William M. Harvey: Addie Minerva Hill
Marshall, Mo, paper 1960

Mrs. Wm. M. Harvey Died Sunday Evening
75 year old Slater Resident, Victim of Cerebral Hemorhage- Services Wednesday Afternoon

Mrs. William M. (Addie) Harvey, 75, passed away unexpectedly Sunday evening , December 18, at her home at 124 East Parker street, in Slater. Mrs. Harvey had attended evening services at the Christian Church and became ill shortly after her return home, and she died within a short time, death being attributed to a cerebral hermorrage.

Funeral services, conducted by the Rev. Wilson G. Bentley,pastor of the Christian Church, were held this Wednesday afternoon, December 21, at two o'clock, at the Haines Funeral Home in Slater. Folllowing the service, the body was taken to Higbee, Missouri, where interment was made in the cemetery there.

Addie Minverva Hill, was born November 6, 1885, near Thompson, Missour, the daughter of Ben and Mary Sims Hill, both deceased. On September 27, 1903, she was untided in marriage near Thompson, to William M. Harvey, who preceded her in death on April 18, 1960. The deceased attend school in Audran County, and about ten years ago, she and her husband moved to Slater. She has been a member of the Christian Church since her early years.

Mrs. Harvey is survived by five sons, Reuben R. Harvey and George W. Harvey of Slater; Henry W. Harvey of Lawton, Okla.; Edward H. of Murray, Utah; and V. E. Harvey, of Joliet, Illinois. Five children preceded her in death.
She is also survived by one sister, Mrs. Cora Joslyn of Soux Falls, S. D.; one brother W. W. Hill of Carthage, Mo.; 21 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren, in addition many nieces and nephews and other relatives and many friends who will sincerely mourn her passing...