JOHN GOLDSBERRY. The parents of this much esteemed citizen, William H. and Elizabeth (Fouts) Goldsberry, were natives of the Old North State, born in either Davidson or Randolph Counties. In 1836 or 1837 they left their native State and came to Missouri, locating on Gasconade River, in Pulaski County, where they made their home until 1846. From there they moved to Polk County and after living there a short time moved to Hutton Valley, Oregon County, before Howell had become a county. From Hutton Valley they moved to the place where Mountain View now stands, and there the mother died
Location: Pulaski County MO
WILLIAM A. CONKLIN. The gentleman whose name heads this sketch is the efficient county clerk of Ozark County, Missouri, and his career thus far in life presents an example of industry, perseverance and good management, rewarded by substantial results well worthy the imitation of all who start out in life as he did, with no capital except a good constitution and a liberal supply of pluck and energy. In addition to discharging the duties of his official position with marked ability, he is also the proprietor and editor of the Ozark County News, a newsy and instructive weekly, published in
Denton & Limbocker. More of the business of the town of South Mound in Neosho County, is handled through the firm of Denton & Limbocker than any other one commercial organization. They are grain dealers, merchants, farmers, bankers, and both partners also have an important part in public affairs, Mr. Denton being postmaster of South Mound, while Mr. Limbocker is a county commissioner. John F. Denton was born in Pulaski County, Missouri, September 9, 1878. His ancestors were Scotch-Irish people who were early settlers in Kentucky. His grandfather, Thomas Denton, was born in Kentucky, moved into Missouri, and died in
Union, Oregon Charles T. Melton, 73, of Union died May 24 at his home. Mr. Melton was born Dec. 29, 1932, to Frank and Rose Klepzig Melton in Dixon, Mo. He was a farmer, and married his wife, Deloris, on Nov. 12, 1960, in Reno, Nev. Survivors include children, Mindy Melton of Union, Marcia Wisdom of La Grande, Donna Melton of Seattle and Teresa Melton of Stoneville, N.C. Loveland Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. The Observer Online, Obituaries for the week ending June 10, 2006, Published June 8, 2006
Transcription of Mayes Ranch Cemetery in Pulaski County, Missouri. CLARK Benjamin, b. 17 June 1816, d. 7 Dec. 1888. Mary, b. 22 May 1819, d. 23 Apr. 1873. Wife of Benjamin. CURTIS James Byron, b. 6 Jan. 1905, d. 22 Dec. 1908. Son of G. H. and Dora Curits. Robert J., b. 4 Jan 1902, d. 12 Jan. 1902. Son of G. H. and Dora Curtis. Samuel Franklin, b. 11 Apr. 1848, d. 29 Aug. 1910. Masonic Lodge. GILLESPY Andrew J., d. 15 Jan. 1857, ae. 8 yrs., 11 mos., 28 days. Son of W. W. Gillespy. James O., b.