Clarence Meador Dead

Clarence Meador died at his home 2 ½ miles south of Cassville (Missouri) yesterday morning, Sept. 1, 1922, at 11:10 a.m., of stomach trouble. Funeral arrangements had not been made a the time of going to press. He was the brother of E. N. And Fred Meador of Cassville.

Note:
Clarence Edwin Meador born March 14, 1883 in Barry County, Missouri and died September 1, 1922.

Brothers and Sisters:
Joanna Meador Henbest b. 3 Dec 1867 - d. 6 Apr 1949
Dora Elizabeth Stubblefield b. 19 Feb 1869 - d. 29 Feb 1960
Willie Meador b. 5 Aug 1870 - d. 5 Oct 1870
James Meador b. 18 Aug 1871 - d. 1 Sept 1871
Mary Belle Meador Skelton b. 23 Aug 1874 - d. February 1964
Emily Jane Meador Skelton b. 5 Sept 1876 - d. 11 Nov 1961
Eli Newton Meador b. 30 May 1878 - d. 3 August 1850
Edna Columbia Meador b. January, 1880 - d. 19 Aug 1920
Lewis Elburn Meador b.9 Sept 1881 Barry Co. MO
Fredrick Austin Meador b. 15 Jun 1886

Abstracted from Marjorie Stubblefield Hoskins notes. Melton and Meador families of Missouri are connected to Robert Vinson's family.

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