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Alfred Hirton Barlow Families
Generations 4 and 5
25. ANDREW NEWTON4 BARLOW (WILLIAM3, ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born February 05, 1860 and died September 20, 1900
He married LIZZIE between 1880-1895.
I did not locate them in Missouri after 1900.
|Children of Andrew and Lizzie are:|
|HERMAN O.5 BARLOW was born in May of 1895 in Missouri|
|GLADYS L. BARLOW was born in January of 1897 in Missouri.
She married MR. BROWN
|ALTA BARLOW was born in May of 1899 in Missouri|
|26. WESLEY4 BARLOW (WILLIAM3,ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born March 15, 1873 in Missouri. He married JANE A. who was born in April of 1878 in Missouri|
|Children of Wesley and Jane are:|
|GOTLIEB E. / GATLOP5 BARLOW was born in June of 1897 in Missouri|
|CARSON / CARR BARLOW was born in April of 1899 in Missouri|
27. JOHN W.4 BARLOW (MATTHEW JAMES3, ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born August 28, 1857 in Neosho Newton Co Missouri, and died January 23, 1918 in Bartlesville Oklahoma, burial in Caney, Montgomery Co Kansas.
He married MARY JANE 'Molly' LEE in 1882, daughter of Randolph Lee and Eliza Summerville. Born September 1858 in Illinois, or Greensboro Indiana, she died February 1951 in Tulsa Oklahoma.
History of Montgomery Co Kansas c. 1903 pp 638-639
For a number of years, the iron work, incident to the commercial life of Caney, has been done almost exclusively by this 'hardy son of toil' and whose merry anvil has rung out a cheery song of prosperity, since he first tapped its flinty face, within the city limits. Nor has this prosperity been the result of brawn entirely; brain has counted in the story; intelligent management, and pain-staking effort to please has united, with a skilled hand, to make the owner one of the leading citizens of the city.
John W. Barlow was born in Neosho, Missouri on the 28th of August 1857. His father's name was Matthew J. Barlow, a native of the state of Tennessee. He settled in Missouri, when a young man where he learned the blacksmithing trade, a vocation which he followed during his entire life. In Missouri, he met and married Elizabeth Alexander, also a native of Tennessee, and, after a number of years' residence there, removed to Kansas, in the spring of 1863.
He settled in Neosho Falls, but, in June of the same year, answered the call of his country and went to the front, as a member of Company "M" Ninth Kansas Volunteer Cavalry. He served, in this regiment, to the close of the war, his discharge dating July 11, 1865. He resumed work at the forge and lived for several years, at Neosho Falls. He then passed short periods in Altoona, Fredonia and New Albany, where he died in 1885, at the age of fifty-six years.
The wife still survives him and now resides in Oklahoma Territory, at the advance age of eighty one years.
The family of these parents consisted of three children, two daughters besides our subject, Mary and Laura, both living.
John W. passed his childhood, for the most part, in Woodson Co Kansas, and was inured to the hardships and privations of the early settlers in that time. He learned the blacksmith trade, in his fathers shop, and early on became one of his most expert hands.
He remained with his father until his death, and, after a short trial of conducting the shop alone, sold out and went to Fredonia where he worked, as a journeyman, for the following two years.
In 1891, he came to Caney and, beginning at the very bottom of the ladder, has gradually forged to the front, until he owns a large shop and a nice resident property all the result of his own efforts. Mr. Barlow takes a keen interest in the welfare of his adopted city, and his executive ability, so successful in the management of his own affairs, has won for him the honor of representation in the city council, where his work has been of the greatest practical value. He has served a number of terms and has occupied the honored position of chairman, and is now mayor of the city. He is, also the present efficient township treasurer he affiliates with the Odd Fellows, New Albany Lodge, and is a popular member of the M.W. of A.
In the year 1882, Mr. Barlow was happily joined in marriage with Mary J. Lee, daughter of Randolph and Mary Lee. This was an Indiana family, who came to Kansas in 1881.
Mr. and Mrs. Barlow are the parents of eight children, as follows: Claud, Lulu, Grover, Burl, Elizabeth, Furn, Pauline and Nellie. Mr. and Mrs. Barlow are members of the M.E. church.
The Morning Examiner, Bartlesville, Oklahoma Thursday January 24, 1918
JOHN BARLOW KILLED
John Barlow, aged 60 years, was killed yesterday on lease No. 283, known as the Styner lease. The derrick of a pipe pulling machine fell on him, causing his death.
He leaves a wife, four daughters and three sons.
The body will be taken to Caney today for burial.
Tulsa Daily World, Tuesday February 27, 1951
MARY JANE BARLOW DIES IN TULSA AT 92
Rites Pending for Widow of Early-Day Osage Official
Funeral arrangements are incomplete for Mrs. Mary Jane Barlow, 92, of 1646 S. Cincinnati ave, pioneer Oklahoman and widow of one of the first Osage county commisioners. Mrs. Barlow died Monday in a Tulsa hospital.
Born in Greensboro, Ind., she moved with her family to Kansas at an early age. She grew up around Caney, Kans., where she married John W. Barlow. In 1893 the Barlows took part in the Cherokee Strip opening and later settled in Osage county near Pawhuska. Mr. Barlow, who was killed in a bridge construction accident in 1918, was one of the first county commisioners in the Osage area.
For a few years Mrs. Barlow lived at Chanute, Kans. She came to Tulsa in 1945.
Mrs. Barlow was a member of the Methodist church and previously was active in the Rebekah lodge at Pawhuska.
She is survived by three sons, Burel Barlow, of the home; Grover Barlow, Sperry, and Clyde W. Barlow, Bisco, Ariz.; two daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Huff, San Angelo, Tex., and Mrs. Fern Craighead, Portland, Ore.; 22 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren and six great-great grandchildren.
The Guardian funeral home is in charge.
|Children of John and Molly are:|
|46. W. CLAUDE / CLYDE W. BARLOW was born in 1882 in Kansas|
|LULU BARLOW was born in August 1885 in Kansas. She may have married a WARD and she has died by 1910.|
|GROVER T. BARLOW was born January 1888 in Kansas He married MAY GARDNER on December 30, 1910|
|BURL L. BARLOW was born in June 1891 in Kansas -Obituary below is his son-||
An oddity: Marriage records show: Blaine Co Oklahoma Burel Barlow, Pawhuska, Oklahoma, age 24 and May Gardner, Coal Hill, Arkansas age 18 married December 30, 1905 Perhaps Burl and May divorced, and she then married his brother, Grover...however... Burl was only 14 according to his birth year.
1928 Burl L. Barlow in Pawhuska, Oklahoma
1938 Burl L. Barlow was still in Pawhuska Oklahoma along with his mother, Mary J. Barlow
1951 Burl was living in his mother's home at the time of her death
47. VIOLA FERN5 BARLOW was born on August 02, 1892 in Caney, Montgomery Co Kansas and died in California
|ELIZABETH M. BARLOW was born in June 1893 in Kansas.
She married MR. HUFF and lived in San Angelo Texas in 1951.
PAULINE BARLOW was born in October 1897 in Kansas, apparently died before 1951.
|NELLIE BARLOW was born in February 1900 in Kansas, apparently died before 1951|
Survivors: Children, William Burel Barlow, Mary Frances Barlow Varner of Alexandria, Va.; and grandchildren, William S. Barlow, Alexandra S. Barlow and Roxanne S. Barlow, all of San Antonio.
Published in the Star-Telegram from 2/18/2008 - 2/19/2008. Contributed by Larry Barlar
|28. LAURA J.4 BARLOW (MATTHEW3, ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) born November 1862 in Kansas
She married HARRISON 'Harry' CLARK WHIPPLE on June 22, 1882 in Fredonia, Wilson Co Kansas
|Children of Laura and Harry are:||
|PAULINE E. WHIPPLE5 born March 1884 in Kansas|
|ORVAL E. WHIPPLE born January 1888 in Kansas|
|ARTHUR FLOYD WHIPPLE born April 1896 in Oklahoma|
|JOHN W. WHIPPLE born September 1897 in Oklahoma|
29. GEORGE EARL4 BARLOW (JOHN3,ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born on February 11, 1878 in McDonald Co Missouri and died on May 09, 1935 in Miami Oklahoma.
He married MAGGIE DEWEY January 19, 1897 in Miami Oklahoma. They were divorced c1908/09, and she married a Hardin
George apparently married a second time, that wife's name unknown, if they had children, that is also unknown.
|Oklahoma Marriage Records
Mr. Earl Barlow of Miami, Indian Territory, age 18
Miss Maggie Dewey of Wyandotte in Indian Territory, 19 years
the 19th of January 1897
|Children of George and Maggie are:|
|DELMAR JESSE5 BARLOW born in 1897, Indian Territory, Labette, Kansas and died November of 1953|
Fort Worth Telegram Morning Edition November 28, 1953 page 13
DELMAR J. BARLOW Delmar Jesse Barlow, 59, of 4621 Byers, a Fort Worth resident 24 years, died Friday night in a hospital. He was a retired service station operator. Barlow was a member of the Odd Fellows.
Surviving are his wife, his mother, Mrs. Maggie Hardin; a brother, Newell Barlow, and two half sisters, all of Sacramento, California.
Christian Science funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday in Harvison and Cole Chapel. Graveside services under the direction of the IOOF will be held in Rose Hill Memorial Park.
|ALICE ADA BARLOW was born in 1900 in Kansas, apparently died before 1953|
|Two more children were born and died at birth.|
30. TITUS WILLIAM4 BARLOW (JOHN3, ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born on January 19, 1880 in McDonald Co Missouri and died on April 22, 1943 in Ottawa, Oklahoma, burial in Ottawa Indian Cemetery, near Miami, Ottowa Co Oklahoma
He married EDITH KING. The daughter of Joseph B. and Anna King, she was born in 1885 and died in 1961, burial in Ottawa Indian Cemetery, near Miami, Ottowa Co Oklahoma.
The Herald Miami, Indian Territory
Friday, January 24, 1902
Mr. Titus Barlow and Miss Edith T. King were married in this city January 19, 1902, at the residence of Rev. Jerry Hubbard, the officiating minister. The groom is the son of J.B. Barlow, one of the best known settlers in the Ottawa neighborhood and the bride is the daughter of Joseph King, another of the old settlers. After the ceremony, Uncle Jerry and Mrs. Hubbard accompanied the couple to the home of the bride's parents and participated in the pleasures of the wedding supper. Uncle Jerry tells us that he had been engaged to marry the parents of the bride but was prevented getting to the place in time for the marriage ceremony by high water in a river that he had to cross. Another minister was procured to perform the ceremony. but in the meantime the water had subsided enough for him to cross and he got to the house in time for the wedding feast. Fact is Uncle Jerry has never been known to be too late for a feast. On that occasion, his persistence in reaching the happy scene at the earliest hour possible was rewarded by another couple invoking his services to tie the knot of matrimony. The Herald extends congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Titus Barlow.
Edith and the children are listed as being Indian. They live next door to her parents, Joseph B. and Anna King. Joseph is shown to be French-Canadian Indian
In this census, they are all listed as being white
The 1925 census of the Ottawa Indians of the Quapaw Indian Agency shows Edith as 1/2 Indian and her children, Lucia Erma, Louis, Joseph, Amos, and Leonard as 1/4 Indian. Census Image
Several census were made for the Quapaw Indian Agency throughout 1910 and 1935, some showed Edith as 1/8 Indian and her children as 1/16.
Tulsa World, May 07, 1996
LEWIS H. BARLOW, 91, retired chief emeritus of the Ottawa Indian tribe of Oklahoma, died Saturday. He was 91.
Services are scheduled for 10 a.m. Thursday at the First Christian Church in Miami, under the direction Cooper-Althouse Funeral Home.
Barlow was the grandson of Joseph Badger King, the first Ottawa chief after the tribe was moved to Indian Territory in 1867. He went to school at the Oklahoma School of Mines, which later became Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College in Miami. He later received an honorary doctorate from Ottawa University in Ottawa, Kansas, and served as a trustee of that university since 1974.
Barlow served as executive secretary of the intertribal council of Ottawa County and was active in many civic organizations including the Ottawa County Historical Society and the Evening Lyons Club. He was a member of the First Christian Church of Miami.
Survivors include a son, WILLIAM JOSEPH BARLOW of Richardson, Texas; a daughter, GENEVIEVE PAT ZEDLITZ of Dallas; a sister, IRENE SCRIVENER of Cudahy, Calif.; a brother, AMOS BARLOW of Boulder, Colorado; eight grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
|Children of Titus and Edith are:|
ERMA LUCIA5 BARLOW was born on April 15, 1903 in Ottawa Co Oklahoma and died on August 17, 1982 in Miami, Ottawa Co Oklahoma
LEWIS HOMER BARLOW was born on March 09, 1905, Ottawa Co Oklahoma and died on May 04, 1996 in Dallas Texas [See Obituary under census records]
JOE FRANKLIN BARLOW was born March 18, 1907 in Ottawa Oklahoma and died on May 08, 1981 in Lubbock, Texas
|AMOS FARREL BARLOW was born on August 27, 1909 in Ottawa Oklahoma|
LEONARD BELL BARLOW was born February 09, 1911 in Ottawa, Oklahoma, and died November 16, 1964, burial in Ottawa Indian Cemetery, near Miami, Oklahoma
He married ESTELL RICHARDSON
|GEORGIE IRENE BARLOW was born on October 04, 1914 in Ottawa, Oklahoma|
31. CHARLES OLIVER CLARK4 (ELIZABETH3,ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born October 15, 1874 in Centropolis, Franklin Co Kansas
He married FLORAH HANNAH on May 04, 1901 Indian Territory, Cherokee Co Oklahoma. The daughter of George Fremont Hannah and Elizabeth C. McDonald, she was born April 1884 in Arkansas, and died 1956 in San Diego California.
|Children of Charles and Hannah are:|
|MABLE MARY ELIZABETH CLARK5, born 1903 in Rogers Co Oklahoma. She married 1) MR. JACOBS 2) MR. JETER 3) ALBERT MANESS|
|DELLA EMILINE MARTHA OVAL CLARK, born June 01, 1904 Pryor, Rogers Co Oklahoma, and died July 21, 1969 in Solona Beach, San Diego Co California. She married ELMER L. TURNER|
|LAURA ALICE RUBY CLARK, born 1905 in Oklahoma, and died 1926 in Oklahoma.|
|GEORGE PRENTICE CHARLES 'PC' CLARK, born November 15, 1906 in Pryor, Rogers Co Oklahoma, and died January 03, 1973 in Sheridan, Placer Co California. He married ELDA EDITH CHAPMAN.
Photo 3 above is Prentice, and #4 is his son, Georga Prentice Clark taken c1954
|FREDERICK CLIFFORD CLARK, born c1912 in Oklahoma. He married HAZEL|
|ROSS MARTIN PAUL CLARK, born 1914 in Poke Co Oklahoma, and died April 08, 1965 in Imperial California. He married DOROTHY FAY JONES|
|WESLEY JAMES CLARENCE LOUIS CLARK, born July 11, 1919 in Oklahoma, and died September 23, 1953 in San Diego Co California. He married MARY OLSFIELD|
32. ERNEST HUBERTA/HUGH4 'ERNIE' BARLOW (ALFRED3,ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born on August 07, 1879 in Booneville, Logan Co Arkansas and died on January 23, 1948, Scipo, Pittsburg Oklahoma.
He married MARY LUELLA TOMLIN on August 16, 1900. She was born December 27, 1887, and died June 08, 1960. Earnest and Luella are buried at Lone Grove Cemetery in Pittsburg Co Oklahoma
McAlester News-Capital, Saturday, January 24, 1948
Funeral services for E. H. Barlow, 68, who passed away at his home in Scipio yesterday, will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Lone Grove School House. Burial will be in Lone Grove Cemetery. Mr. Barlow was born in Bonneville, Ark., Aug. 7, 1879. He had been a resident of Pittsburg County for many years.
Survivors include his widow; two daughters, Mrs. Louise Collier of McAlester and Mrs. Juanita Clifton of Scipio; five sons, J. C. Barlow, Joe Barlow and Ernest Barlow Jr., all of Scipio; Chester and Homer Barlow both of McAlester; five brothers, Archie Barlow, of McAlester, Guy Barlow of Talahina, Clyde, Arlie and Asa Barlow, all of Indianola; and two sisters, Mrs. Bessie Schaffer of Hanna and Mrs. Nevada Newton of Hobart. Rev. Guy M. Everett will officiate. Humphreys Funeral Home will be in charge.
Children of Ernest and Luella are:
|Mills-Humphrey Funeral Home Record, McAlester, Oklahoma
NAME: Earnest Hugh Barlow / aka: Ernie
PLACE of DEATH: Scipio
WIFE: Luilla, age 65
DATE of BIRTH: August 07, 1879
DATE of DEATH: January 23, 1948
OCCUPATION: Jailer at County Jail
PLACE of BIRTH: Booneville, Arkansas
INFORMANT: J. C. Barlow
DATE of SERVICE: January 25, 1948
INTERRED: Lone Grove
48. HOMER5 G. BARLOW, born January 27, 1904, Scipio, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died December 16, 1976, McAlester, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma
49. JODY 'JOE' BARLOW, born February 03, 1906, Scipio, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died August 03, 1998, McAlester, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma.
|50. J. CASEY BARLOW, born January 21, 1910, Scipio, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died March 15, 1995, McAlester, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma.|
|51. ERNEST JUNIOR 'KID' BARLOW, born November 26, 1912, Scipio, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and April 12, 1983, Martinez, California.|
|CHESTER R. 'TUD' BARLOW, born January 16, 1915, Scipio, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died September 14, 2004, Tulsa, Tulsa Co Oklahoma.|
McAlester News-Capital, September 17, 2004
Chester Ray "Tude" Barlow, 89, of Indianola, died Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2004, at St. Frances Hospital in Tulsa. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Brumley-Mills Chapel in McAlester, with the Rev. Artie Joe Hearod officiating. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Brumley-Mills Funeral Home of McAlester.
Born on Jan. 16, 1915, in Scipio, he was the son of Ernest and Louella (Tomlin) Barlow. He grew up and lived in the Scipio area most of his life. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He worked for several years at Oklahoma State Penitentiary as a dog trainer, then as a salesman for Field Trial Dog Food. He was an avid wolf hunter and had trained and shown dogs since childhood. He hosted many hunts and won several first place ribbons at other shows. His favorite show was one attended by then Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton. He attended Canadian Shores Freewill Baptist Church. He had previously attended Lone Grove and New Hope Freewill Baptist Churches.
Survivors include numerous nieces and nephews, including, J.B. Barlow, Jerry Barlow, Rocky Barlow, Lilah Rodgers, and Odessa Zummer, and close friends and hunting buddies.
|52. LOIS LORENE BARLOW, born February 28, 1918, and died February 12, 1978|
|53. JUANITA EARLINE BARLOW, born October 12, 1921, Scipio, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died April 18, 1978, Sacramento California.|
33. EARLY OSCAR4 BARLOW (ALFRED G3, ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born on February 26, 1884 in Booneville, Logan Co Arkansas and died on February 18, 1958 in Indianola, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma.
He married 1. ELIZABETH 'LIZZIE PITTS', September 11, 1905. She was born in 1882.
He married 2. MARY MAGDALENE BESS, daughter of John Bess and Elizabeth Cathey. She was born March 14, 1901 in Canadian, Oklahoma, and died September 23, 1952 in McAlester, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma
McAlester Democrat, Thursday, February 20, 1958
Funeral service for Early Oscar Barlow, 73, well-known pioneer resident of Indianola, who died Tuesday at a local hospital following a lingering illness, will be held Thursday Feb. 20, at 2:30 p.m. at Indianola Baptist Church. Rev. Hershel Blair will conduct the service. Burial will be in the Indianola Cemetery under the direction of the Smith-Humphrey Funeral Home.
Barlow who was a retired farmer, was born at Booneville, Ark., Feb. 26, 1884, moved to Indianola with his parents in 1889, and has made his home there for the past 69 years. He was a member of the Baptist Church. Barlow is survived by 49 direct descendents.
Survivors include seven sons, W.A. Barlow, Gerald and H.N. Barlow, all of McAlester; Dean Barlow, Indianola; Cletis Barlow, Muskogee; Eugene Barlow, Enid; Jeauvon Barlow, Albuquerque, N.M.; and step-son, Johnny Mouser, Indianola; five daughters, Mrs. Martha Carmon and Mrs. Lester Gann, both of Indianola: Mrs. A.J. Mote, Topeka, Kan.; Mrs. L.R. Young and Miss Judy Barlow of Okmulgee; two brothers, Guy Barlow, Arpelar and Archie Barlow, McAlester; a sister, Mrs. Bessie Shaffer, Hanna; 28 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
Mills-Humphrey Funeral Home Record, McAlester, Oklahoma
NAME: Early Oscar Barlow
PLACE of DEATH: McAlester Gen. Hosp.
DATE of BIRTH: February 26, 1884
DATE of DEATH: February 18, 1958
OCCUPATION: Retired Farmer
PLACE of BIRTH: Booneville, Arkansas
NAME of FATHER: Alfred Barlow
MAIDEN of MOTHER: Janie Ingram
INFORMANT: W. A. Barlow
DATE of SERVICE: February 20, 1958
INTERRED: Indianola Cemetery
McAlester News-Capital, Wednesday, September 24, 1952
Funeral services for Mrs. Maggie Barlow, 51, who died in a McAlester Hospital Tuesday will be at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at the Baptist Church here. Rev. Earl Jensen pastor of the Freewill Baptist Church, McAlester, will officiate. Burial will be in Indianola Cemetery under the direction of the Humphrey Funeral Home, McAlester.
Mrs. Barlow, whose home was Indianola, Route 1 was born March 14, 1901 in Canadian. She had been a resident of this area all her life. She was a member of the Christian Church.
Survivors include her husband, E. O. Barlow; two daughters, Mrs. Sue Young, Morris, and Miss Judy Barlow, Indianola; six sons, Gerald and Howard Barlow both of McAlester, Jeauvon and Paul Dean Barlow both of Indianola, Gene Barlow, Enid and Cletis Barlow, Phoenix, Ariz.; five stepchildren, Mrs. Martha Carmen, Mrs. Lola Gann and Johnny Mouser all of Indianola, Mrs. Nel Mote, Topeka, Kas., and W. A. Barlow, McAlester; her mother Mrs. Elizabeth Bess, Indianola; four brothers, Clarence Bess, Muskogee, Bill and Joe Bess both of Phoenix and John Bess, Indianola; six grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and 21 step-grandchildren.
|Children of Early and Lizzie are:|
MARTHA5 BARLOW, born July 01, 1906 in Indian Territory, and died February 05, 1987.
Martha married 1) JESS SHAW.
Child: Wilma Catherine Shaw, born 23 August 1925, Indianola, Pittsburg, Oklahoma, and died 01 December 2007, Tecumseh, Pottawatomie, Oklahoma. Wilma married 1) Arthur Glen Dailey, and 2) Jack Burns
Martha married 2) THOMAS C. CARMON, November 02, 1929. He was born September 14, 1903.
McAlester News Capital, Friday, February 6, 1987
Funeral services for Martha Carmon, 80, of Indianola who died Thursday in a local nursing home, were scheduled today at 2 p.m. at New Hope Free Will Baptist Church in Indianola with Rev. Bill McClellan officiating. Interment will be in Indianola Cemetery.
Born July 1, 1906 in Indianola, she lived all her life in that area. She and T. C. Carmon were married Nov. 2, 1929 in Ft. Smith, Ark. She was a housewife and a charter member of the New Hope Free Will Baptist Church and Eastern Star.
Survivors include her husband, T. C. of the home; a daughter Wilma Burns of Tecumseh; five granddaughters, a grandson, four great-grandchildren; four sisters, Nell Tomes of Topeka, Kan., Lola Gann and Sue Young both of McAlester and Judy Cochran of Okmulgee; five brothers, Gene Barlow of Enid, Buddy Barlow of Hartshorne, Cletis Barlow of Pigett, Ark, Jeauvon Barlow of McAlester and Dean Barlow of Morris; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by two brothers, Howard "Pete" Barlow and Bill "Nub" Barlow.
Pallbearers…. Mills Funeral Home of McAlester is in charge of the arrangements.
|54. NELLIE / NEVADA N. or W. BARLOW, born May 15, 1908, Oklahoma, and died October 09, 1999, Banning, California|
|55. WILLIAM A. 'NUB' BARLOW, born November 03, 1912|
|56. LOLA M. BARLOW, born October 03, 1916, and died January 05, 1997.|
|Children of Early and Maggie are:|
|JUDY BARLOW married Mr. COCHRAN|
|PAUL DEAN BARLOW|
|57. HOWARD NORMAN 'PETE' BARLOW, born July 29, 1921, Indianola, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and July 21, 1970, McAlester, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma|
|58. EUGENE OSCAR 'GENE' BARLOW, born October 08, 1925, Indianola, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died January 28, 1999, Enid, Oklahoma|
|BOBBIE SUE BARLOW, born April 24, 1928, Indianola, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died October 28, 1999, McAlester, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma
She married L. ROY YOUNG, May 25, 1946.
McAlester News-Capital, (On-Line) Sunday, October 31, 1999
Sue Young, 71, of McAlester, died Thursday, Oct. 28, 1999, at a local nursing home.
Graveside services will be 2 p.m. Monday at Memory Gardens Cemetery with the Rev. C.L. Bess, Jr. officiating. Order of Eastern Star services will be by Faith Chapter No. 454. Arrangements are under the direction of Bishop Funeral Service.
59. GERALD C. BARLOW, born April 04, 1930, Indianola, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died March 01, 2005, Hartshorne, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma.
60. DANNY JEAUVON BARLOW, born March 14, 1935, Indianola, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died March 12, 1996, McAlester, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma.
|34. NEVADA4 BARLOW (ALFRED3, ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born 1886 in Stigler, Haskell Co Oklahoma.
She married GEORGE POLEY 'BUCK' NEWTON on October 16, 1906. He was born March 22, 1873 in Oklahoma.
|Altus Times-Democrat, Thursday, April 19, 1951
Mrs. Newton Rites Set at Cooperton
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Friday at the Cooperton, Okla., Baptist church for Mrs.Nevada Newton, 63 os 1205 S. Kennedy in Altus, who died Wednesday in a Woodward hospital. She had resided in Altus the past eight years. Burial will be made in the Cooperton cemetery with the Tims Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
Mrs. Newton was a native of Arkansas.
She is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Ruby Mosler and Mrs. Melvin Marsh of route one Altus, Mrs. Minnie Burrows of Tipton, Mrs. Fern Henderson of Roosevelt and Miss Opal Newton of Artesia, N.M. ; three sons, Brownlow of Artesia, Frank of Unice, N.M., and Chester of Mountain Park; 17 grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Bessie Shaffer of Hanna, Okla., and three brothers, Earl Barlow of Indianola, Archie Barlow of McAlester, and Guy Barlow of Talihina.
|Children of Nevada and George are:|
|MINNIE5 NEWTON, born c1908||GERTRUDE 'GERTIE' NEWTON, born c1909, may have died young|
|BROWNLOW NEWTON, born c1912||CHESTER NEWTON, born c1914|
|RUBY NEWTON, born c1916||LELA NEWTON, born c1916|
|FRANK NEWTON, born c1926||OPAL NEWTON, born c1928|
35. WILLIAM ACY4 BARLOW (ALFRED G3, ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born on September 27, 1889 in Stigler, Haskell Co Oklahoma, and died on September 11, 1950 in Durant Oklahoma.
He married CORA JANE INGRAM in McAlester, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma. The daughter of Ske Ingram and Nancy Davis, she was born in January 17, 1889 in Booneville, Logan Co Arkansas, and died in July 31, 1962 in McAlester, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma
McAlester News-Capital, Tuesday, September 12, 1950
McAlester News-Capital, Tuesday, July 31, 1962
Mrs. Cora Jane Barlow, 73-year-old longtime area resident died early today at her home at 306 West Delaware. Born in Booneville, Ark., Jan. 17, 1889, she came to Oklahoma in 1903 settling in Pittsburg County. She moved to McAlester to her present address 18 years ago, and was a member of the Hillcrest Baptist Church.
Survivors include four daughters, Miss Belva Barlow, of the home; Mrs. Cecil Lewis, Mrs. Beatrice Helms, Mrs. Veonna Martin all of McAlester; two sons, Hayden and Haskell Barlow both of McAlester; two sisters, Mrs. Anna Rhodes, Lebanon, Okla., and Mrs. Emmitt Doshier, Booneville, Ark.; one brother, Kin Ingram, Magazine, Ark,; one half-sister, Mrs. Joe Conway, Riverbank, Calif.; three half-brothers, Thurman Ingram and L.V. Ingram both of Modesto, Calif.; Jack Ingram of McAlester; 19 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services are pending the arrival of relatives. They will be announced by the Mills-Humphrey Funeral Home.
Mills-Humphrey Funeral Home Record, McAlester, Oklahoma
NAME: Mrs. Cora Jane Barlow
ADDRESS: 306 W. Delaware
DATE of BIRTH: January 17, 1889
DATE of DEATH: July 31, 1962
PLACE of BIRTH: Booneville, Arkansas
NAME of FATHER: Ske Ingram
MAIDEN of MOTHER: Nancy Davis
DATE of SERVICE: August 03,
INTERRED: Oak Hill Cemetery
|Children of Acie and Cora are:|
|BELVA JANE5 BARLOW, born October 14, 1909, Indianola, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma; and died January 10, 1975, McAlester, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma.|
McAlester News-Capital, Sunday, January 12, 1975
Belva Jane Barlow of 614 West Harrison died Friday. She was 65. She was born Oct. 14, 1909 at Indianola and spent her life in this area. She was a member of Hillcrest Baptist Church.
Survivors include a brother, Hayden Barlow of Indianola; three sisters, Veonna Martin, Cecile Lewis and Beatrice Helms all of McAlester, several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services are scheduled at 2 p.m. Monday in Mills-Humphrey Chapel. Rev. Woodrow Cain will officiate. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery under the direction of Mills-Humphrey Funeral Home.
|61. NOBLE KENNY BARLOW, born February 26, 1911, Indianola, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died December 14, 1949, Del Ray, California.|
CECIL / CECILE JINITA BARLOW, born December 04, 1912, Indianola, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died January 21, 2002, McAlester, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma
She married MIKE LEWIS in November 1929. Mike was born in August 30, 1891 and died in October 06, 1963.
She married GENE WHALEY in 1976.
McAlester News Capital, (On-Line) January 23, 2002
Cecile J. (Lewis) Whaley, 89, of McAlester died Monday, Jan 21, 2002, at a local Nursing Center.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Bishop Chapel of Memories with the Rev. Albert Jarrett officiating. Burial will be at Oak Hill Cemetery under the direction of Bishop Funeral Service of McAlester.
Born Dec. 4, 1912 in Indianola, she was the daughter of William Acie and Cora Jane Ingram Barlow. She attended school in Indianola and married Mike Lewis in November 1929. She worked as a nurse at the McAlester General Hospital for 20 years and was a member of the First Free Will Baptist Church and the Veteran's of Foriegn Wars Post No. 1098 Auxiliary. After the death of her husband in 1963, she then married Gene Whaley in 1976 and he also preceded her in death in 1985. She always enjoyed life and had an outgoing personality and was always laughing and happy. She loved to dance and spend time with her family.
Survivors include two sons and daughters-in-law, Truman E. and Sue Lewis, Wichita Falls, Texas and Michael K. and Pauline Lewis of Bixby; two daughters and a son-in-law, Theda J. and Bill DiSilvestro and Norma J. Epps all of McAlester. Also two sisters and a brother-in-law, Veonna and J. B. Darnell and Bea Helms all of McAlester; eight grandchildren, Steven Lewis, Michael J. Lewis, Melodie Schooler, David Lewis, Regina Hickman, Mark Wingo, Gayla Howard and Sherry Crabtree; 16 great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers...
She was also preceded in death by her parents; four brothers and a sister.
|HASKELL WILLIAM BARLOW, born April 25, 1914, Indianola, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died July 20, 1972, McAlester, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma.|
McAlester News Capital, Friday, July 21, 1972
Haskell Barlow, 58, resident of this area all his life, died Thursday in a McAlester Hospital. He retired from work at the U.S. Naval Ammunition depot in 1948.
He was born April 25, 1914 in Indianola. His parents Mr. and Mrs. Acey Barlow, preceded him in death. Survivors are a brother, Hayden, Indianola and four sisters,
Belva Barlow, Cecile Lewis, Beatrice Helms, and Beonna Martin all of McAlester.
Funeral services are set for Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Mills-Humphrey Funeral Home. Rev. B. G. Garrett will officiate. Burial will follow in Oak Hill Cemetery. Nephews will serve as pallbearers.
|62. HAYDEN EUGENE BARLOW, born July 29, 1915, Indianola, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died February 09, 1983, Indianola, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma.|
|63. GRADY MARVIN BARLOW, born April 13, 1917, Indianola, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died March 17, 1961, Hartshorne, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma.|
|VIVIAN BARLOW, born March 30, 1919, and died May 04, 1922.|
|VEONA BARLOW, born 1923. She married 1) Mr. MARTIN She married 2) J.B. DARNELL|
|64. BEATRICE LAVADA BARLOW, born October 25, 1925, Indianola, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died January 06, 2004, McAlester, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma.|
|36. BESSIE4 BARLOW (ALFRED G3, ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born June 11, 1893.
She married 1) STEPHEN B. MOUSER, son of David Mouser and Rhoda Baker. He was born August 06, 1887 in Oklahoma, and died 1930.
She married 2) OTIS SHAFFER.
|Children of Bessie and Stephen are:|
|WILLIAM E.5 MOUSER, born 1912, Oklahoma.|
|LEONARD M. MOUSER, born 1916, Oklahoma|
|KATIE MOUSER, born 1920, Oklahoma|
37. ARCHIE MAYO4 BARLOW (ALFRED G3, ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born on October 06, 1894 in Stigler, Haskell Co Oklahoma, and died on February 08, 1961 in McAlester, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, burial in Oakhill Memorial Park, McAlester, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma
He married 1) LELA MYRTLE MAYES, the daughter of Tom Mayes and Susan Arter. She died at the age of 31, shortly after the birth of her last son, James Dale Barlow
He married 2) MAXIE E. ALEWINE October 30, 1930. The daughter of Albert Alewine and Rena Norman, she was born March 24, 1901 in Atkins, Pope Co Arkansas, and died March 17, 1984 in McAlester, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma.
|With brother Ernest in 1910
McAlester News-Capital, Thursday, February 9, 1961
Archie Mayo Barlow, 66 of 215 East Court, died Wednesday in a local hospital. He was born at Stigler and has lived in the Scipio and McAlester area since a child.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Maxie Barlow; two daughters, Mrs. Lois Williams, McAlester, and Mrs. Elizabeth Chambers, Santa Barbara, Calif.; three sons, Roy Barlow and Carl Barlow, Denver, Colo., and Jimmie Dale Barlow, McAlester; two stepsons, Kenneth West, Allen and John West, Eufaula; one brother, Guy Barlow; one sister, Bessie Shaffer, Hanna; 19 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Pallbearers..
Funeral services will be Friday at 4 p.m. in the chapel of the Mills-Humphrey Funeral Home. Rev H. E. Cacy will officiate. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery.
Mills-Humphrey Funeral Home Record, McAlester, Oklahoma
NAME: Archie Mayo Barlow
ADDRESS: 215 E. Court
PLACE of Death: McAlester General
DATE of BIRTH: October 06, 1894
DATE of DEATH: February 07, 1961
OCCUPATION: State Highway Dept.
PLACE of BIRTH; Stigler, Oklahoma
NAME of FATHER: Alfred Barlow
MAIDEN of MOTHER: Janie Ingram
DATE of SERVICE: February 10,
INTERRED: Oak Hill Cemetery
|Mills-Humphrey Funeral Home Record, McAlester, Oklahoma
NAME: Lela Myrlal Barlow
DATE of BIRTH: November 08, (probably 1929)
PLACE of BIRTH: Oklahoma
NAME of FATHER: Tom Mays, b. Ark
MAIDEN of MOTHER: Susan Arter, b. Ark
INFORMANT: Archie M. Barlow
ADDRESS: Indianola, Oklahoma
HUSBAND: Archie Barlow
|Children of Archie and Lela are:|
|65. LEROY5 BARLOW|
|CARL W. BARLOW, born c1921.|
|LOIS E. BARLOW married Mr. WILLIAMS|
|IVA ELIZABETH BARLOW married JAMES D. CHAMBERS, December 23, 1943.|
|66. JAMES DALE 'JIMMY' BARLOW, born February 08, 1929, and died April 30, 1997|
|38. CLYDE JAMES4 BARLOW (ALFRED G3, ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born on October 26, 1897 and died on January 14, 1950 in Indianola, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma.
He married MYRL IDELL BURKE October 27, 1917, daughter of Virginiys Burke and Emma Beasley. She was born October 08, 1900, and died November 23, 1964.
|In 1910, Clyde is living in the home with his brother, Early Barlow
Chaney Funeral Home Record, McAlester, Oklahoma
NAME: Clyde J. Barlow
DATE of DEATH: January 14, 1950
DATE of BIRTH: October 16, 1897
PLACE of BIRTH: Stigler
PLACE of DEATH: Indianola
NAME of FATHER: Alfred Barlow
MAIDEN of MOTHER: Jane Ingram
BURIAL: Indianola Cemetery
McAlester News-Capital, Monday, January 16, 1950
Clyde J. Barlow 52, died Saturday at his home in Indianola following a lingering. He was born Oct. 26, 1897 at Stigler. He was a member of the Indianola Church of God.
Survivors include his wife, Nyrl Barlow; three sons, Harold Barlow and Jerry C. Barlow both of Indianola, and Sgt. Gloster Barlow, with the Army in New York; five daughters, Mrs. Betty Cordell and Miss Dorothy Barlow both of Indianola, Mrs. Sybil Prescott of LaJunta, Colo., Mrs. Vinita Troop of Lafayette, Calif., and Mrs. Oleta Greenlee of Misewaka, Ind.; four brothers, Earl Barlow and Acey Barlow both of Indianola, Archie Barlow of McAlester and Guy Barlow of Talihina; two sisters, Mrs. Bessie Shaffer of Hanna and Mrs. Vada Newton of Altus; and ? grandchildren.
Time for the funeral services has not been set. The service will be held at the Baptist Church here. Rev. Jack Barnes pastor of the Church will officiate. Burial will be in Indianola Cemetery under the direction of the Chaney Funeral Home, McAlester.
|Children of Clyde and Myrle are:||Mills-Humphrey Funeral Home Record, McAlester, Oklahoma
NAME: Mrs. Myrl Idell Barlow
PLACE of DEATH: McAlester General
DATE of BIRTH: October 08, 1900
DATE of DEATH: November 23, 1964
PLACE of BIRTH: Burkvile, Texas
NAME of FATHER: Virginius Euphrates (Burke)
MAIDEN of MOTHER: Emma Arzula Beasley
INFORMANT: Vinita Troop
DATE of SERVICE: November 27, 1964
INTERRED: Indianola Cemetery
Chaney Funeral Home Record, McAlester, Oklahoma
NAME: Harold Barlow
CHARGE TO: Betty Cordell
ADDRESS: Indianola, Oklahoma
DATE of BIRTH: February 08, 1923
PLACE of BIRTH: Indianola, Oklahoma
DATE of DEATH: October 25, 1981
PLACE of DEATH: Wheatland, Missouri
NAME of FATHER: Clyde Barlow
MAIDEN of MOTHER: Myre Barlow
DATE of FUNERAL: October 29, 1981
|VINITA5 BARLOW, born 1918. She married GOLDEN TROOP|
|OLETA BARLOW, born 1920. She married TRUMAN GREENLEE|
|SYBIL BARLOW, born January 12, 1922.
She married W.D. PRESCOTT. He was born June 16, 1919.
HAROLD JAMES BARLOW, born February 08, 1923, Indianola, Pittsburg Co. Oklahoma, and died October 25, 1981, Wheatland, Missouri.
Daily McAlester News-Capital & Democrat, Tuesday, October 27, 1981
Harold J. Barlow died Sunday in Wheatland, Mo. He was 85. He was born at Indianola Feb. 8, 1923 and lived in Hermatige, Mo. The body will lay in state at the Indianola Free Will Baptist Church from Wednesday until time for services at 2 p.m. Thursday.
Survivors include two sons, Glen of Mishawaka, Ind., and Jim Barlow of Preston, Mo., two daughters, Frances Anderson of Hermatige and Patricia Eaton, Rector, Ark; a brother, Jerry C. Barlow Rohnert Park, Calif.; four sisters, Gail Benson, Mishawaka, Ind., Sybil Prescott and Betty Cordell both of Indianola and Vinita Troop of McAlester; and eight grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his mother and father, Myrl and Clude; a sister, Oleda Greenlee and brother, Gloster Barlow.
Rev. Ledford Stultz, Earl Jenson and John Fisher will officiate at services in Indianola New Hope Free Will Baptist Church. Burial will be in Indianola Cemetery. Chaney's Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers will be nephews.
|GLOSTER BARLOW, born 1927.|
|BETTY BARLOW married ARTHUR CORDELL|
|DOROTHY GAIL BARLOW married ROBERT BENSON|
39. JOHN THOMAS4 BARLOW (BIOT3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born March 15, 1880 in Neosho Co Missouri and died on March 23, 1950 at Mt. Vernon Missouri, burial in I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Neosho Co Missouri, Barlow Family Plot.
He married DIVA ESTELLA RUDY on June 01, 1905 in Neosho Co Missouri Diva was born on December 08, 1883 in Neosho Missouri, to parents Rylen Barnett Rudy and Ada Elizabeth Campbell. She died September 15, 1982, burial in I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Neosho Co Missouri, Barlow Family Plot.
|Children of John and Diva, all born in Neosha Missouri, are:|
|LUCILLE CAMPBELL5 BARLOW was born December 26, 1906. She married ROBERT PARKS on August 30, 1930.|
|WILLIAM HARVEY BARLOW was born October 11, 1910 and died February 09, 1969. He married on December 20, 1937, name of wife unknown.|
|VIRGINIA LOUISE BARLOW was born April 27, 1913. She married KENNETH CALVIN HOWARD on July 12, 1942.|
|JOHN RUDY BARLOW was born December 09, 1915. He married PATTI ENSTOW on July 19, 1942.|
|40. ROY DEWITT4 BARLOW (THOMAS3,JOHN2,JOHN1) was born in July 1883, in Cherryvale, Kansas and died March 15, 1960 in Houston, Harris Co Texas
He married ELSIE MILLER on July 02, 1903.
Waxahachie Daily Light Tuesday, March 15, 1960 Front Page
Services Pending for Roy Barlow, County Resident
Roy D. Barlow, a resident of Maypearl, died at 8:30 a.m. today in a Houston hospital. He was 75. Mr. Barlow was a retired railroad man.
Survivors include two sons, Albert Barlow of Maypearl and Harold Barlow of Ft. Worth; seven grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be announced by the Boze-Mitchell Funeral Home where the remains lie in state.
Waxahachie Daily Light Thursday, March 17, 1960 Page 2
Funeral Rites for Roy D. Barlow Held at Maypearl
Final rites for Roy D. Barlow were held this morning at the Maypearl Methodist Church with Reverend J.W. Sellers officiating. Burial was in the Auburn Cemebery under the direction of the Boze-Mitchell Funeral Home.
Music was presented by the Methodist Church choir with the selection being "When They Ring Those Golden Bells."
Pallbearers were grandsons.
|Children of Roy and Elsie are:||
Miss Anna Mae Barlow, 50, of 110 Nursery Land will be buried in Mount Olivet after requiem mass at 10 a.m., Monday, in St. Paul's Catholic Church.
Rosary will be said at 7:30 pm Sunday in Shannon Memorial Chapel.
Miss Barlow was a native of Fort Worth and a Catholic.
Survivors include her father Roy E. Barlow of Corpus Christi, and two brothers, Harold of Fort Worth and Albert Barlow of Maypearl.
|67. ALBERT LEROY5 BARLOW was born May 04, 1904 probably in Cleburne, Johnson Co Texas|
HAROLD BARLOW was born in 1905 in Cleburne Johnson Co Texas, died in Daisy, Pike Co Arkansas. He never married
ANNA MAE BARLOW was born in 1907 in Cleburne, Johnson Co Texas and died on September 17, 1957 in Fort Worth, Tarrant Co Texas.
Leah Chauvin writes: My mother, Floreine Cleo Barlow Chauvin, who died on January 24, 2004. I'm on a quest to find out more information about Anna Mae Barlow, daughter of Roy Dewitt Barlow. Leona sent me a lot information and Anna's death certificate stated she was a widow, which is strange because I did not know she had ever been married. I am also wanting more information on Harold Barlow, son of Roy Dewitt. You have information that he died in Daisy, Arkansas, but where is he buried? Any information you can send me would be great.
41. OLIVER R. BARLOW4 (ROBERT3,CYRUS2, JOHN1) was born August 1878 in Missouri.
He married ADA R.
|Children of Oliver and Ada are:|
|NELLIE5 E. BARLOW|
|EVA M. BARLOW|
|_ETIE BARLOW / daughter|
42. CHARLES R. BARLOW4 (ROBERT3,CYRUS2, JOHN1) was born July 1887 in Missouri
He married MARGIE
|Children of Charles and Margie are:|
|MYRTLE O.5 BARLOW|
|IDA M. BARLOW|
|Child of Joseph and Rosa is:|
|JUANITA5 HAZEL BARLOW|
|Children of Everett and Maude are:|
GLADYS BARLOW, born 1915, and died 23 February 1936 in Franklin Co Arkansas, burial in Oak Hill Cemetery, Booneville, Logan Co Arkansas
45. HARLEY LEO BARLOW4 (ALONZO3,WILLIS2, JOHN1) was born August 06, 1895 (cemetery record), or April 1896 (1900 census) in Logan Co Arkansas, and died January 17, 1950
He married VERA WELLSFORD. She was born September 27, 1898, and died February 06, 1960. Both are buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Booneville, Logan Co Arkansas.
|Children of Harley and Vera are:|
|WELLSFORD V.5 BARLOW born October 1918|
|HARLEY T. 'KEG' BARLOW born April 18, 1921 in Booneville, Logan Co Arkansas and died January 11, 1997 in Little Rock, Pulaski Co Arkansas, burial in Pinecrest Memorial Cemetery, Alexander, Saline Co Arkansas.|
Arkansas Democrat Gazette ~ Little Rock ~ Pulaski County January 11, 1997
Harley T. 'KEG' BARLOW, Lt. Col. USAF Retired, age 75, of North Little Rock passed away Saturday, Jan 11, 1997. He was born on April 18, 1921, in Booneville, Arkansas to H. Leo and Vera Wellsford Barlow.
He was preceded in death by his son, Larry.
He was a member of the First United Methodist Church, North Little Rock, National Education Association, Retired Officers Asssociation, & the Order of Daedalians, P-38 National Association, lifetime member Fighter 43-D Pilot Graduating Class, 1rst Fighter Group 94th TAC Fighter Squadron, and American Meteoroligist Society.
He entered Arkansas State Teachers College in 1939. At the time of Pearl Harbor, he was a member of the 153rd infantry (Arkansas National Guard). After mobilization, his unit was assigned to Alaska. He graduated from flying school (Class 43-D), Luke Field. His proudest moments were flying with the 1rst Fighter Group, 94th TAC Fighter Squadron, Eddie Rickenbacker Squadron (Hat and Ring) at Foggia, Italy, in 1944, where he flew the Lockheed P-38J Lightening "The Hog Caller". Squadron leader of the Ploesti Oil Field Raid. He was awarded the Silver Star, Distinguished Flying Cross, 11 Air Medals, Air Force Commendation Medal, and various other medals.
After WWII, he graduated from Arkansas State Teachers College with a bachelor of science in 1954. He graduated from the University of Chicago with a master of science, majoring in meteorology.
He served as a commander of the Air Force Base Weather Stations at Seymour Johnson, North Carolina, and Thule Air Base, Greenland. He retired in 1965 from Seymour Johnson Air Force Base after serving 26 years.
He received his teachers certificate from UCA, taught math at Lakewood Junior High, retiring in 1983.
Survivors are his wife, Katherine Funk Barlow, daughter and son-in-law, Lynn and Mitchell Wood of Sherwood, son and daughter-in-law, Tom and Desiree Barlow of Vilonia, four grandchildren, Dustin, Amber, Ryan and Colby.
Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at Griffin Leggett Rest Hills Chapel with Rev. Don Nolley and Rev. Larry Kelso officiating. Burial will be in Pinecrest Cemetery with full military honors. Memorials may be made to the Building Fund of the First Methodist Church, North Little Rock.
Arrangements by Griffin-Leggett Rest Hills 7724 Landers Rd. North Little Rock, AR 72117 501-835-3515
Honorary pallbearers are Billy Ramsey, Maynard Gonterman, Johnny Browko, Tommy Hooper, and R.G. Gray.
The Times (North Little Rock) - Jan. 31, 1997
Former meteorologist, teacher dies at 75
By Stephen Ursery
Harley T. 'Keg' Barlow led a distinguished adult life, first as a decorated World War II fighter pilot, then as an Air Force meteorologist and then as a poplular math teacher at Lakewood Junior High.
But to family, friends, and neighbors, he may well be remembered best as "the bicycle man."
His bike, says his wife, Katherine, was "a plain old 1950's Schwinn. It had a little radio on the front. And he would ride for miles and miles, listening."
Even in his later years, he thought nothing of riding from here to Lonoke and back, but odomoter records over the years showed he crisscrossed an incredible 10,000 miles between 1858 and 1962, and another 10,000 each between 1962-1966, 1972-1976, and 1979-1982.
Mr. Barlow died Saturday, Jan 11, of natural causes at Baptist Medical Center in Little Rock. He was 75.
When he wasn't peddling his own wheels, he loved to take care of his 1968 gold Mustang, family members said.
"That car was his pride and joy," his wife said.
And together they loved to dance, especilly to Big-Band music, she said.
"He loved to dance the jitterbug. Man, could he jitterbug."
The youngest of two sons of a gas company manager, Mr. Barlow grew up in Booneville, Ark.
In the fall of 1939, he enrolled at Arkansas State Teachers College in Conway, joined the Arkansas National Guard and soon after Pearl Harbor found himself stationed at Fort Lewis, Washington.
He entered pilots school in 1942 in Arizona and was sent overseas after graduation to fly P-38's in Africa and Italy. In 1944, as a member of the Eddie Rickenbacker Squadron, he led the raid on the Ploesti oil fields in Italy. For his service, Mr. Barlow was awarded the Silver Star, the Distinguished Flying Cross, and the Air Force Commendation Medal, among others.
Eventually he would return to Arkansas State Teachers College, graduating in 1953 and then going on for a master's degree in meteorology from the University of Chicago.
It was in August, 1952, at a company picnic with a friend who worked for the Arkansas Inspection and Rating Bureau, that he met his future wife Katherine Funk. The couple married the following May.
During the late 1950's and the early 1960's, Mr. Barlow, still in the Air Force, served as commander of the weather stations at Thule Air Force Base in Greenland, and Seymour Johnson Air Force Base in North Carolina.
He retired from the Air Force in June, 1965, moved his family to North Little Rock, and went back to what was then UCA for his teaching certificate.
He was soon teaching math at Lakewood Junior High School.
"He loved teaching. He was outgoing and very educated and very intelligent, so teaching was perfect," said his wife.
He retired from Lakewood in the spring of 1983, content to live out his remaining years riding his bike, tending to his car, and spending time with his family, his wife said.
"He never lost his spirit or his pleasure in his various hobbies," she said.
Mr. Barlow was a member of the First United Methodist Church of North Little Rock.
Besides his wife, he is survived by a daughter, Lynn Wood of Sherwood; a son, Tom Barlow of Vilonia; and four grandchildren, Dustin, Amber, Ryan, and Colby.
Funeral services were held Monday, Jan. 13, at Griffin Leggett Rest Hills Chapel with the Revs. Don Noiley and Larry Kelso officiating.
He was buried in Pinecrest Cemetery with full military honors.
The family asks that memorials be made to the Building Fund of the First United Methodist Church of North Little Rock.
The HOG-CALLER, plane of Harley T. Barlow
P-38J-15-LO, serial 43-28708, with a marking of 94th FS, 1rst FG, summer 1944
Photo provided by Gabor Horvath - of Canada, who is an amateur flight historian, researching the history of the 15th AF in Italy.
46. W. CLAUDE5 / CLYDE W. BARLOW was born in 1882 in Kansas (Clyde W. from his mothers obituary in 1951)
He married GERTRUDE BONHAM on August 08, 1902 in Caney Montgomery Co Kansas Bk J Pg 213 Marriage Certificate
|I was unable to locate them in 1910
|Children of Claude/Clyde abd Gertrude are:|
|NELSON6 BARLOW born May 27, 1904, and died May 1981|
47. VIOLA FERN5 BARLOW (JOHN W.4, MATTHEW JAMES3, ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born August 02, 1892 in Caney, Montgomery Co Kansas, and died in California.
She married JACK MONTGOMERY July 22, 1914 in Sapulpa Creek, Oklahoma. (Her mother's obituary of 1951 shows her name to be Craighead, living in Portland Oregon .... perhaps she had a second marriage.)
|Child of Viola and Jack is:|
JACK A.6 MONTGOMERY was born on March 30, 1918 in Big Heart, Osage Co Oklahoma and died on September 14, 1962 in San Diego, San Diego Co California
|48. HOMER5 G. BARLOW, (ERNEST HUGH4, ALFRED3,ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born January 27, 1904, Scipio, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died December 16, 1976, McAlester, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma
He married ELLA AUDREY GROVES July 13, 1924, daughter of James Groves. She was born August 13, 1907, and died November 06, 1984.
Daily McAlester Democrat, Saturday, December 18, 1976
Funeral services for Homer G. Barlow, 513 A., W. Kiowa, will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Mills Funeral Home with burial in Memory Gardens Cemetery. He died Thursday at a local hospital.
Barlow, a retired farmer and grocery clerk, was born Jan. 27, 1904 in Scipio and had lived all his life in this area. He married Ella Audrey Groves July 13, 1924 in Scipio. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Dora Lee Barlow in 1941. Barlow was a member of North Town Freewill Baptist Church and was a 32nd degree Mason at the Masonic Blue Lodge.
Survivors include his widow, Ella; three daughters, Homa Jenson, Norman and Anita Jean Lenora and Gwen McClure, Oklahoma City; four brothers, Casey Barlow, Chester Barlow and Joe Barlow, McAlester, and E.J. Barlow, Martinez, Calif.; two sisters, Juanita Clifton, Sacramento, Calif., and Mrs. Lorene Collier, McAlester. Pallbearers.
Daily McAlester News-Capital, Thursday, November 8, 1984
Mrs. Ella Barlow, 77 of Oklahoma City, died in her home city Tuesday. She was a licensed practical nurse and had worked at McAlester General Hospital for 20 years. She had lived in Oklahoma City for six years.
She and Homer G. Barlow were married in Scipio, July 13, 1924. He preceded her in death Dec. 16, 1976.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Friday in the Mills Funeral Chapel. Burial will be in Memory Gardens, Rev. Mike Wade of the Calvary Free Will Baptist Church of Norman will officiate. Mrs. Barlow was a member of the North McAlester Free Will Baptist Church.
Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Gwen McClure of Oklahoma City and Homa Jenson of Norman; two brothers, Robert Groves of Modesto, Calif., and Frank Groves of Selma, Calif. Grandsons will serve as pallbearers.
|Children of Homer and Ella are:||
Chaney Funeral Home Record, McAlester, Oklahoma
NAME: Dora Lee Barlow
RESIDENCE: Indianola, Oklahoma
CHARGE TO: Homer Barlow
ADDRESS: Crowder, Rt.1
DATE of BIRTH: April 22, 1925
DATE of FUNERAL: February 23, 1943
PLACE of BIRTH: Scipio, Oklahoma
PLACE of DEATH: Oklahoma City
NAME of FATHER: Homer Barlow, b. McAlester, Oklahoma
MAIDEN of MOTHER: Ella Groves, b. Indianola
BURIAL: Indianola Cemetery
DORA LEE6 BARLOW, born April 22, 1925, Scipio, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died February 1943, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
|HOMA BARLOW married Mr. JENSON.|
|ANITA JEAN BARLOW, born c1927. She married Mr. LENORA|
|GWEN BARLOW married Mr. MCCLURE|
49. JODY 'JOE' BARLOW5 (ERNEST HUGH4, ALFRED3,ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1), was born February 03, 1906, Scipio, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died August 03, 1998, McAlester, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma.
He married IDA LEE MEDLEY March 26, 1926, daughter of William and Georgia Medley. She was born November 27, 1907, and died August 09, 1985.
McAlester News Capital, Wednesday, August 5, 1998
Joe Barlow, 92, of McAlester died Monday at McAlester Regional Health Center. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Bishop Chapel of Memories with Rev. Arty Joe Hearod officiating. Burial will be in Lone Grove Cemetery under the direction of Bishop Funeral Service of McAlester.
Born Feb. 3, 1906 in Scipio, he was the son of Ernest H. and Louella Tomlin Barlow. He married Ida Lee Medley in Scipio on March 26, 1926 and she preceded him in death in 1985. He lived all his life in Pittsburg County, where he was a farmer and rancher, and worked on construction at the United States Army Ammunition Depot for two years. He was a state highway employee for six years.
Survivors include four sons and daughtes-in-law, J. B. and Faye Barlow of Scipio, Ronnie and Joyce Barlow, Mineola, Texas, Jerry and Linda Barlow of Crowder, and Larry Barlow, Lewisville, Texas; a daughter and son-in-law, LaVoyce and Jayell Gross, Honey Grove, Texas; a daughter-in-law, Dot Barlow of McAlester. Also 13 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren and a special friend, Geanie Murray.
He was also preceded in death by his parents; a son, Jack Barlow; two sisters, Lorene Collier and Juanita Clifton; and three brothers, Homer Barlow, Ernest Barlow and Casey Barlow.
McAlester News-Capital & Democrat, Sunday, August 11, 1985
Ida Lee (Medley) Barlow, 77, of 2012 Spruce, McAlester, died Friday at a local hospital. Funeral services will be Monday at 3:30 p.m. at Mills Funeral Chapel. Artie Joe Herrod will officiate. Burial will be in Lone Grove Cemetery under the direction of Mills Funeral Home. Grandsons will serve as pallbearers.
Mrs. Barlow was born Nov. 27, 1907 in Scipio and had lived in the McAlester and Scipio area all her live. She married Joe Barlow on March 26, 1926 at Scipio. They had been married for 59 years. She was a member of the Lone Grove Baptist Church.
Survivors include her husband of the home; five sons, Jack Barlow of McAlester, J. B. Barlow of Scipio, Ronnie Barlow of Grand Prairie, Tex., Jerry Lee Barlow of Woodward, and Larry Ray Barlow of St. Louis, Mo.; a daughter, Lavoyce Ann (Barlow) Gross of Flower Mound, Tex.; 15 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; four sisters, Myrtle Deggs, Levita Franklin and Lena Fay Fritcher, all of Dallas and Beatrice Kelton of Crowder. Mrs. Barlow was preceded in death by two sisters, Rena Miller and May Helterbrand and a brother, Robert Medley.
|Children of Joe and Ida are:|
JACK6 BARLOW, born March 28, 1927, Scipio, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died November 12, 1995, Denison, Grayson Co Texas.
He married DOT WHITE February 13, 1948.
Children: DAVID and RANDY BARLOW
McAlester News-Capital, Tuesday, November 14, 1995
Jack Barlow, 68, of McAlester, died Sunday at Texoma Medical Center in Denison, Texas. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at First Free Will Baptist Church with Rev. Ernest Harrison Jr. officiating. Burial will be at Memory Gardens Cemetery under the direction of Bishop Funeral Service of McAlester. Military honors will be by Harrison-Powers Post No. 79 American Legion.
Born March 28, 1927 in Scipio, he was the son of Joe and Ida Lee Medley Barlow. He graduated from Indianola High School and attended Southeastern State University in Durant for two years. He served in the U. S. Army in the 9th Infantry Division during World War II and married Dot White on Feb. 13, 1948 in McAlester. He had worked for Gulf Oil Company for a short time before going to work for the M.K. & T. and Union Pacific Railroad where he retired after 39 years as an agent telegrapher. He was a member of the First Free Will Baptist Church of McAlester, the Harrison-Powers Post No. 79 American Legion, the McAlester Scottish Rite, where he was a 32nd degree mason, and the McAlester Masonic Lodge No. 96.
Survivors include his wife, Dot, of the home; two sons, David Barlow of Tulsa and Randy Barlow, Belleville, Ill.; his father, Joe Barlow of McAlester; four brothers, J. B. Barlow of Scipio, Ronnie Barlow, Grand Prairie, Texas, Jerry Barlow, Crowder and Larry Barlow, Lewisville, Texas. Also a sister, LaVoyce Gross, Windom, Texas; grandchildren, Tony and Becky Barlow of Tulsa; and an uncle, Chester Barlow of Indianola. Pallbearers...
|J.B. BARLOW married FAYE|
|RONNIE BARLOW married JOYCE|
|JERRY LEE BARLOW married LINDA|
|LARRY RAY BARLOW|
|LAVOYCE ANN BARLOW married JAYELL GROSS|
50. J. CASEY BARLOW5 (ERNEST HUGH4, ALFRED3,ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1), was born January 21, 1910, Scipio, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died March 15, 1995, McAlester, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma.
He married ELMIRA 'MARTY' HOWELL. The daughter of Roby Howell and Myrtle Lampkins, she was born January 15, 1916 in McAlester , Pittsburg Co Oklahoma , and died February 04, 2006 in McAlester , Pittsburg Co Oklahoma
McAlester News Capital, Thursday, March 23, 1995
J. C. 'Casey' Barlow Sr., 85, of McAlester, died Monday at his home. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Mills Chapel with Rev. Artie Joe Hearod officiating. Burial will be at Memory Gardens Memorial Park Cemetery with Military Honors by American Legion Harrison-Powers Post No. 79 of McAlester. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Mills Funeral Home of McAlester.
Born Jan. 21, 1910 in Scipio, he was the son of Earnest Hugh and Louilla Tomlin Barlow. He grew up on Scipio and moved to Oklahoma City at the age of 14. There he attended Hills Business College and Oklahoma City Barber College. Later he entered the U. S. Army and served in the South Pacific with the 441 Combat Engineers as a crane operator. He made five landings in the Pacific Theater in the Phillipines where he was wounded in action and for which he received the Purple Heart. He also received the Asiatic Pacific Campaign Medal, World War II Victory Medal, the Phillipine Libertation Ribbon and other Commendations for his activities. After the war, he returned to Scipio where he owned and operated a grocery store for several years. He then drove a school bus for Indianola for a number of years and later worked for the city of McAlester until retiring, and had lived in McAlester since that time. He was a member of the Lone Grove Freewill Baptist Church in Scipio.
Survivors include a daughter and son-in-law, Carol and Ray Ontiveros of Carrollton, Texas; two sons and daughters-in-law, J. C. Jr., and Carolyn Barlow of Muskogee, and Rocky Dan and Marla Barlow of Haywood; five grandchildren, Sean Casey, Karen Waldrip, Kevin Barlow, Joshua Cain Barlow and Dusty Barlow. Also, two great-grandchildren, Allison Morton and Jeremey Dylan Casey; two brothers, Chester 'Tud' Barlow of Indianola and Joe Barlow of McAlester; and numerous nieces and nephews.
McAlester News-Capital, Thursday, February 9, 2006
Elmira "Marty Barlow" Rohe, 90, of McAlester, died Saturday, Feb. 4, 2006, at her home.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Bishop Chapel of Memories with the Rev. Albert Jarrett officiating. Graveside services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at Fort Gibson National Cemetery under the direction of Bishop Funeral Service of McAlester.
Born Jan. 15, 1916, in Pittsburg County, she was the daughter of Roby Lee and Myrtle Ollie Lampkins Howell. Her father was a coal miner and a farmer. She was raised on the farm where she began picking cotton at the age of six for her father. The rule was to pick 150 pounds per day before you could play. She started her schooling in a small two-room school house in the country.
She married Casey Barlow and lived in Scipio where they raised their children. She worked as the postmistress of the local post office until she retired. Her husband preceded her in death.
She later married Lynn Rohe on Dec. 25, 1979. When he retired, they moved to McAlester where they made their home. Her husband was active in the Bedouin Shrine Temple, Scottish Rite and other organizations where they attended numerous events and parades. The couple often traveled and enjoyed their life. He preceded her in death on Jan. 17, 2003.
She attended the fellowship Free Will Baptist Church in McAlester and was a member of the Harrison-Powers American Legion Auxiliary Post No. 79. She enjoyed dolls and had recently loaned her collection to the McAlester Building Foundation Historical Museum where they are on display for all to enjoy.
Survivors include a daughter and son-in-law, Carol Casey and Amin Hamghalam, Dallas; a son and daughters-in-law, Rocky and Marla Barlow, of McAlester, and Carolyn Barlow, of Muskogee.
Also, her grandchildren, Sean and Marinel Casey, Keller, Texas, Karen and Todd Waldrip, of Oklahoma City, Kevin Barlow, of McAlester, Dusty and Stephanie Barlow, of Shawnee, and Joshua Cain Barlow, of McAlester.
And, her great-grandchildren, Myla Marie and Jeremy Dylan Casey, Keller, Texas, and Allison, Jacob and Scotlyn Waldrip, of Oklahoma City, and numerous nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Roby Lee Thomas Howell and Myrtle Ollie Lampkins Howell; her first husband, Casey Barlow; her second husband, Lynn Rohe; a son, J.C. Barlow Jr.; her sisters, Eleanor Baker and Reva Battles; a brother, Wylie Howell; a niece, Jerlene Baker, and nephews, Roby Battles and Wymond Shaddy.
Mills-Humphrey Funeral Home Record, McAlester, Oklahoma
NAME: Kristi Diane Barlow
DATE of BIRTH: August 27, 1970
DATE of DEATH: August 27, 1970
PLACE of DEATH: St. Mary's Hospital, McAlester
NAME of FATHER: J. C. Barlow Jr.
MAIDEN of MOTHER: Donna Gail Jernigan
INFORMANT: J.C. Barlow Jr.
DATE of SERVICE: August 29, 1970
|Children of Casey and wife are:|
|CAROL6 BARLOW married RAY ONTIVEROS.|
J.C. BARLOW, JR. married DONNA GAIL JERNIGAN
Children: KRISTI DIANE BARLOW born and died August 27, 1970. (obit below)
KAREN DENISE BARLOW
|ROCKY DAN BARLOW married MARLA|
McAlester News-Capital, Friday, August 28, 1970
Kristi Diane Barlow, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Barlow Jr., of 619 W. Washington, died Thursday in a local hospital.
Survivors include her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Barlow Jr., and one sister, Karen Denise Barlow, of the home; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Brown of McAlester; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Barlow Sr., of Scipio; great-grandmother, Mrs. Susie Thompson of McAlester, and great-grandfather, Roby Howell of McAlester.
Graveside services will be Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Memory Gardens Cemetery. Rev. B. G. Garrett will officiate, with interment in Memory Gardens under the direction of Mills-Humphrey Funeral Home.
51. ERNEST JUNIOR 'KID' BARLOW5 (ERNEST HUGH4, ALFRED3,ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born November 26, 1912, Scipio, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and April 12, 1983, Martinez, California.
He married BESSIE MCDANIELS?
Daily McAlester News-Capital, Thursday, April 14, 1983
Ernest J. 'Kid' Barlow, 70, of Martinez, Calif., died Tuesday in that city. He was a former grocer at Scipio. Barlow had left this area in 1951, going to work with the Tidewater Oil Co., in Martinez. Funeral services under the direction of Mills will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Lone Grove Freewill Baptist Church, of which he was a member. Barlow also belonged to Masonic Lodge No. 242 of Indianola. Harry Lee will officiate. Burial will be in Hugh Low Cemetery. Pallbearers…
Barlow was born Nov. 26, 1912, in Scipio. An addition to his grocery, he was interested in livestock trading.
He is survived by his wife, Bessie of the home; three daughters, Lilah Rodgers and Odessa Zummer both of Scipio and Rena Swanson of Pacheco, Calif.; a son, Phillip Barlow of Pittsburg, Calif.; three stepsons, Bob McDaniel of Lafayette, Calif., Bill McDonald of Martinez, and Don Roach of Pleasant Hill, Calif.; three brothers, Joe Barlow of McAlester, J. C. "Casey" Barlow and Chester "Tude" Barlow, both of Canadian Shores; 16 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Not proven to be the wife of Kid Barlow: California Death Index has a Bessie P. Barlow born Oklahoma Aug.7, 1913 died Dec. 14, 1986 in Contra Costa County, Mothers Maiden Name; Oliver.
|Children of Kid and Bessie are:|
|LILAH6 BARLOW married MR. ROGERS|
|ODESSA BARLOW married MR. ZUMMER|
|52. LOIS LORENE BARLOW5 (ERNEST HUGH4, ALFRED3,ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born February 28, 1918, and died February 12, 1978
She married EMMONS BANNISTER COLLIER, JR., son of Emmond Collier and Susan Lacey. He was born 1918.
McAlester News-Capital, Tuesday, February 14, 1978
Funeral rites for Mrs. Lois Lorene Collier, 59, who died Sunday in a McAlester Hospital, will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Mills Funeral Home. Rev. J. R. Proctor and Rev. Jerry Woods will officiate. Burial will follow in the Memory Gardens Cemetery. Nephews will serve as pallbearers. There will be a friendship and family gathering at the Pioneer House at 630 West Kiowa Wednesday at 10 a.m.
Mrs. Collier who lived at 348 West Harrison, was born Feb. 28, 1918 in Scipio and lived in this area all her life. She was a nurse in the McAlester hospitals. She was a member of the North McAlester Freewill Baptist Church and the Order of the Eastern Star. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Janus Earlene, in August of 1945 and by a brother, Homer Barlow, in December of 1976.
Survivors include her husband, E. B. Collier; four sons, Casey Don of Houston, Texas, Douglas Leon of El Paso, Texas, Ernest Paul of Houston, Texas, and Jackie Lynn of Broken Arrow; a sister, Juanita Clifton of Sacramento, Calif.; four brothers, Casey and Joe Barlow of McAlester, Chester Barlow of Canadian Shores and Ernest Barlow of Martinez, Calif., a granddaughter, one grandson, 8 nephews and 11 nieces.
|Children of Lorene and Emmons are:|
|JANUS EARLENE6 COLLIER, born December 13, 1939, and died August 04, 1945|
McAlester News-Capital, Monday, August 6, 1945
Janus Collier, 5 year-old child of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Collier, of Scipio, passed away yesterday at a local hospital and will be buried Tuesday with services conducted by Rev. M.M. McKee, at Lone Grove Cemetery. Janus was born December 13, 1939. Her father is with the U. S. Armed Forces in Italy.
Four brothers, the mother and grandparents all reside at Scipio. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Collier Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Barlow.. Brothers are Casey Don, Douglas, Ernest Paul and Jackie Lynn Collier. The funeral service will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow.
|Chaney Funeral Home Record, McAlester, Oklahoma
NAME: Janus Collier
CHARGE TO: Mrs. E. B. Collier
ADDRESS: Scipio, Oklahoma
DATE of DEATH: August 04, 1945
DATE of BIRTH: December 13, 1939
SERVICES AT: Lone Grove Cemetery
PLACE of DEATH: Albert Pike (Hospital)
NAME of FATHER: E. B. Collier, b. Scipio, Oklahoma
MAIDEN of MOTHER: Lorene Barlow, b. Scipio, Oklahoma
CEMETERY: Lone Grove
|CASEY DON COLLIER||DOUGLAS LEON COLLIER|
|JACKIE LYNN COLLIER||ERNEST PAUL COLLIER|
53. JUANITA EARLINE 'NITA' BARLOW5 (ERNEST HUGH4, ALFRED3,ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born October 12, 1921, Scipio, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died April 18, 1978, Sacramento California.
She married JOHN CLIFTON
Sacramento Bee (Ca), Friday, April 21, 1978
In Sacramento, April 18, 1978. Nita E. Clifton, a native of Oklahoma, ages 56 yrs.
Loving wife of John Clifton; Beloved mother of Patricia Lois Ash, both of Sacramento. Sister of Lorene Collier and Homer Barlow both deceased, and Joe Casey and Chester Barlow all of Oklahoma, and Ernest Barlow of Martinez. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews.
Friends may attend funeral services, Saturday April 22, at 1 p.m. in Mount Vernons Church of the Valley 8201 Greenback Ln, Fair Oaks; Interment to follow, Mt. Vernon Memorial Park.
|Child of Juanita and John is:|
|PATRICIA LOLIS CLIFTON6 married MR. ASH|
54. NELLIE / NEVADA N. or W. BARLOW5 (EARLY4, ALFRED G3, ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1), was born May 15, 1908, Oklahoma, and died October 09, 1999, Banning, California
She married 1) ANDREW J. MOTE October 22, 1922. He was born 1904 in Oklahoma, and died December 18, 1955 in Topeka, Kansas.
She married 2) LARRY TOMES 1959, later divorced.
The Topeka Capital-Journal (Ks) Tuesday, October 12, 1999
Nellie Nevada Mote, 91, Topeka, died Saturday, Oct. 9, 1999, at a Banning, Calif., nursing home, where she had been about three weeks. She was born May 15, 1908 in Pittsburg County, Okla., to Early Oscar and Elizabeth Pitts Barlow. She spent her early life in the Indianola community north of McAlester, Okla., where she attended Nail Rural Grade School. She lived in Manhattan before she moved to Topeka in 1946. She had been employed at Lerner's and Thrifty retail stored in downtown Topeka. She had been a member of Order of the Eastern Star and Media Grotto. She married Andrew J. Mote on Oct. 22, 1922. He died Dec. 18, 1955. She married Larry Tomes in 1959. They were divorced.
Survivors include daughters, Virginia Poland, Topeka and Nadine M. Colt, Banning, Calif.; four grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and two great-great grandchildren. Mrs. Mote was cremated. No memorial services are scheduled.
|Children of Nellie and Andrew are:|
|VIRGINIA MOTE married MR. POLAND||NADINE M. MOTE married MR. COLT|
|55. WILLIAM A. 'NUB' BARLOW 5 (EARLY4, ALFRED G3, ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born November 03, 1912, and died May 07, 1982.
He married LORENE BROWDER November 22, 1932.
McAlester News Capital, Friday, May 7, 1982
W.A. "Nub" Barlow, farmer and rancher on route 1, Indianola, died today at a McAlester Hospital. He was a native of Indianola, born there on Nov. 3, 1912, and was 69 years of age.
Funeral services have been set for 2 p.m. Saturday, at the North Mt. Homa Church. Rev. Buel Kerns will officiate at services. Burial will be in Indianola Cemetery, under the direction of the Mills Funeral Home. Barlow lived all his life in the Indianola area. He was a member of the Indianola Masonic Lodge. He and Lorene Browder were married in McAlester on Nov. 22, 1932. She survives him. Other survivors include two daughters, Marie Hutson of Baton Rouge, La., and Myrna Scott of Haileyville; one son, Bill Barlow of Tulsa; five sisters, Lola Gann and Sue Young both of McAlester, Martha Carmen of Indianola, Judy Cockran of Okmulgee, and Nell Mote of Topeka; six brothers, Gene Barlow of Enid, Cletis Barlow of Conway, Ark., Gerald Barlow of Hartshorne, and Danny Barlow, Dean Barlow and Johnny Mouser, all of McAlester; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, and a number of nieces and nephews.
|Children of Nub and Lorene are:|
56. LOLA M.5 BARLOW (EARLY OSCAR4, ALFRED G.3, ALFRED H.2, JOHN1) was born October 03, 1916, and died January 05, 1997.
She married LESTER GANN April 12, 1935, son of Hiram Gann and Minnie Logan. He was born May 21, 1908 in Pine Tree Louisiana, and died April 13, 1983 in McAlester, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma.
McAlester News Capital, Tuesday, January 07, 1997
Lola M. Gann, 80 of McAlester, died Sunday at McAlester Regional Health Center. Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Mills Funeral Chapel with Rev. Albert Jarrett officiating. Burial will be at Oak Hill Cemetery under the direction of Mills Funeral Home of McAlester.
Born Oct. 3, 1916 in Indianola, she was the daughter of E. O. and Elizabeth Pitts Barlow. She had lived all of her life in the Indianola/McAlester area. She married Lester Gann on April 12, 1935 in Eufaula and was a homemaker. She attended the Fellowship Freewill Baptist Church in McAlester.
Survivors include five daughters and sons-in-law, Earlene Bice of Tulsa, Joy and Leon Woody of Crowder, Mary Banks, Lowell, Ark., Carol and Johnny Shackelford of McAlester, and Pam and Dr. Norman Tubb, Lowell, Ark. Also four sons and daughters-in-law, Jack and Sheila Gann, Lawrence, Kan., Larry Gann of Tahlequah, Gary Gann of Jenks and Wayne and Marilyn Gann of McAlester. 15 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. And three sisters, Nell Mote, Topeka, Kan., Sue Young, McAlester and Judy Cochran of Oklahoma City; four brothers, Gene Barlow of Enid, Bud Barlow of Hartshorne, Cletis Barlow, Piggot, Ark., and Paul Dean Barlow of Okmulgee; numerous nieces and nephews including, Jeanine McGregor of McAlester and Leo Doyle of McAlester and two sisters-in-law, Lorene Barlow of Indianola and Linda Barlow of McAlester.
She was preceded in death by her husband in 1983, a sister, Martha Carmon and four brothers, W. A., Pete, and Danny Barlow and John Mouser.
McAlester News-Capital, Thursday, April 14, 1983
Lester Gann, 74 of 216 West Park died Wednesday in McAlester Regional Hospital. He was a retired farmer and had worked at the U. S. Naval Ammunition depot for 13 years. He was born in Pine Tree, La., on May 21, 1908, and belonged to the Baptist Church. Gann had lived most of his life in the Canadian and Indianola areas of Pittsburg County.
Gann and Lola Barlow were married at Eufaula on April 12, 1935. His wife survives him. Funeral services have been set for 10 a.m. Friday in Mills Chapel. Albert Jarrett will officiate. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers……
Besides his wife, Gann is survived by a sister, Ruby Doyle of Canadian; five daughters, Earlene Bice of Tulsa, Joy Woody of Crowder, Mary Banks and Pam Gann both of Rogers, Ark., and Carol Shackelford of McAlester; four sons, Jack Gann of Lawrence, Ks., Larry Gann of Fort Gibson, Gary Gann of Tulsa and Wayne Gann of McAlester; a niece, Jeannie McGregor of McAlester, a nephew, Leo Doyle of Canadian and 11 grandchildren.
|Children of Lola and Lester are:||EARLENE6 GANN married MR. BICE|
|JOY GANN married LEON WOODY||MARY GANN married MR. BANKS|
|CAROL GANN married JOHNNY SHACKLEFORD||PAM GANN married NORMAN TUBBS|
|JACK GANN||LARRY GANN|
|GARY GANN||WAYNE GANN|
57. HOWARD NORMAN 'PETE' BARLOW5 (EARLY4, ALFRED G3, ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born July 29, 1921, Indianola, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and July 21, 1970, McAlester, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma
He married WANDA PONDER 1943.
McAlester News-Capital, Thursday, July 23, 1970
Funeral services will be held in Chaney's Chapel today at 2:00 p.m. for Howar N. (Pete) Barlow, 48 who died Tuesday in a local hospital.
Barlow was born July 29, 1921 in Indianola, Oklahoma. He was married to Wanda in Reno, Nevada in 1943. Barlow was an investigator for the District Attorney's office in McAlester and lived at Rt. 3 McAlester. He is survived by his wife, Wanda of the home, two sons, Howard Barlow Jr., of the U.S. Air Force and Lynn Earl Barlow of the home.
Other survivors include; seven brothers, Nub Barlow and John Mouser both of Indianola, Gene Barlow of Enid and Jeauvon Barlow both of McAlester, Cletis Barlow of Blytheville, Arkansas and Dean Barlow of Bakersfield, California. He also is survived by five sisters, Mrs. Martha Carmon of Indianola, Mrs. Lola Gann of McAlester, Mrs. Nell Tomes of Topeka, Kansas, Mrs. Roy Young of McAlester and Mrs. Judy Cochron of Greeville, Texas. Rev. Jim Boyd will officiate, burial will be in the Indianola Cemetery. Arrangements are by Chaney's Funeral Home. Pallbearers.......
|Chaney Funeral Home Record, McAlester, Oklahoma
NAME: Howard Norman (Pete) Barlow
RESIDENCE: Rt. 3, McAlester, Oklahoma
SPOUSE: Wanda Ponder Barlow
DATE of DEATH: July 21, 1970
DATE of BIRTH: July 29, 1921
NAME of FATHER: Early O. Barlow
MAIDEN of MOTHER: Mary Madeline Bess
DATE of FUNERAL: July 23, 1970
PLACE of BIRTH: Indianola, Oklahoma
PLACE of DEATH: St. Mary's Hospital
CAUSE of DEATH: Perforated Heart, Coronary Occlusion
BURIAL: Indianola Cemetery
|Children of Howard and Wanda are:|
|HOWARD NORMAN BARLOW, JR||LYNN EARL BARLOW|
|58. EUGENE OSCAR 'GENE' BARLOW5 (EARLY4, ALFRED G3, ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born October 08, 1925, Indianola, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died January 28, 1999, Enid, Oklahoma
He married NEVA FRANKLIN March 04, 1950
McAlester News Capital & Democrat, Tuesday, February 2, 1999
Graveside services for Gene Barlow of Enid, who died Thursday at Integris Bass Baptist Health Center, were Sunday at Memorial Park Cemetery, followed by a service at Christian Church of the Covenant with Rev. Dan Jones officiating. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home. He was 73.
He was born Oct. 8, 1925 in Indianola. He served in the Marine Corps in World War II, after which he married Neva Franklin of Anthony, Kan., on March 4, 1950. He retired after 39 years of service at Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. He was active at the state level of Wildlife Conservation and was a member of the Elks.
Survivors include his wife, Neva Barlow; daughter and son-in-law, Cheryl and Ron Hall and grandson, Chris all of Tulsa; brothers, Gerald Barlow of Hartshorne, Cletis Barlow of Piggot, Ark., and Dean, Amarillo, Texas; and three sisters, Nell Mote, Topeka, Kan., Sue Young of McAlester and Judy Cochran of Oklahoma City.
He was preceded in death by his parents, E. O. and Maggie Barlow; three brothers, W. A. "Nub", Howard and Danny; and two sisters, Martha Carman and Lola Gann.
|Child of Eugene and Neva is:|
|CHERYL6 BARLOW married RON HALL One child: CHRIS HALL|
59. GERALD C. BARLOW5 (EARLY4, ALFRED G3, ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born April 04, 1930, Indianola, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died March 01, 2005, Hartshorne, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma.
He married VIRGINIA and / or WINNIE
McAlester News-Capital, (On-Line) Wednesday, March, 02, 2005
Gerald C. 'Bud' Barlow Gerald C. "Bud" Barlow, 74, of Hartshorne, died Tuesday, March 1, 2005, at McAlester Regional Health Center. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Brumley-Mills Chapel, Hartshorne with the Rev. Don Parr and the Rev. Samuel Bankhead officiating. Burial will be at Elmwood Cemetery in Hartshorne under the direction of Brumley-Mills Funeral Home, of Hartshorne. Family visitation will be at Brumley-Mills Funeral Home in Hartshorne from 6 to 8 tonight.
Born April 4, 1930, in Indianola, he was the son of E.O. & Maggie (Bess) Barlow. He graduated from Indianola High School in 1949. He worked for Long-Bell Lumber Company from age 17 and retired as district sales manager in 1960. He then owned and operated Southeastern Building Supply in Krebs. He moved to Hartshorne in 1972, and was co-manager of Martin Lumber Co. Since 1979 he had been a broker and co-owner with his wife, Virginia, of Barlow Real Estate in Hartshorne. He was instrumental in the development of Northgate Subdivision in McAlester and the South Park Addition in Hartshorne. He served several terms on the McAlester City Council, one as vice-mayor. He was also a member and past president of the McAlester Optimist Club. He was appointed to the Wildlife Study Commission for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. A bird hunter and fly fisherman, he was active in the Pittsburg County Field Trial Association. He raised and trained a Runner-up National Champion pointer for two years, "Home Again Boy." He later bred and raised Brahman cattle and won several state and national championships. He served 10 years as a board member of the American Brahman Breeders Association. He was an all around outdoorsman.
Survivors include his wife, Virginia Barlow of the home; two sons, Mike Barlow and wife Brenda, of Choctaw, and Chad Barlow and Kathy Skidmore, of McAlester; two daughters, Cindy Wilson and husband Rick, of Tulsa, and Leslie Chandler and husband Paul, of Meeker; seven grandchildren, Mandy Barlow of Choctaw, Nikki Hudson and husband Trevor, of Choctaw, Jeff Wilson and wife Amy, of Oklahoma City, Ben Barlow of Heavener, Kimberly Coleman and husband Brandon, of Fort Smith, Ark., Rachel Chandler of Meeker, Sara Chandler of Meeker; three great-grandsons; Shelby and Justice Barlow, of Choctaw, Trey Michael Hudson, of Choctaw; two brothers, Cletus Barlow and wife Peggy, of Piggott, Ark., Dean Barlow and wife Bernice, of Amarillo, Texas; one sister, Judy Cochran of Oklahoma City, and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; five brothers, W.O. "Nub" Barlow, Howard "Pete" Barlow, Gene Barlow, Danny Barlow and John Mouser; one infant brother; four sisters, Martha Carmen, Lola Gann, Nell Mote and Sue Young.
Pallbearers will be Jerry Fugitt, Jim Holly, Eugene Mordecai, Mike Ogle, Bruce Jordan and John Edge. Honorary pallbearers will be Terry Michael Harrison, Ken Bass, Don
Hackler, Jim Russell, Ralph Weddle, C.L. Bess, Gary Manos, Jerry Barlow and Joe Beck. Memorials may be made to the Hartshorne Public Library.
|Children of Gerald and Virginia are:|
MARTY6 BARLOW married ANDREA LE DUKES, May 01, 1993 She was born June 24, 1975, and died February 17, 1994.
McAlester News Capital, Sunday, February 20, 1994
Andrea Le Barlow, 18, of McAlester, died Thursday. Services are scheduled for 10 a.m. Monday at the First Baptist Church in McAlester with Rev. Don Russell officiating.
Interment will be at Centerpoint Cemetery in Wilburton under the direction of Chaney's Funeral Home, McAlester.
She was born June 24, 1975 in McAlester and was a 1993 graduate of Savanna High School. On May 1, 1993, she married Marty Barlow in McAlester. She was a member of the Emanuel Baptist Church.
Survivors include her husband, Marty Barlow of the home in Florida; her parents, Eugene and Kathy Dukes of McAlester; her father and mother-in-law, Gerald and Winnie Barlow of McAlester; a brother, Wade Dukes of McAlester; her grandparents, Reta Creel of Wilburton and Charles and Kay Wise of Seminole; and numerous aunts and uncles.
60. DANNY JEAUVON BARLOW5 (EARLY4, ALFRED G3, ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born March 14, 1935, Indianola, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died March 12, 1996, McAlester, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma.
He married LINDA VEST May 20, 1971
McAlester News-Capital, Undated, 1996
Graveside services for Danny J. Barlow of McAlester who died Tuesday at his home were today at 10 a.m. with Rev. Marvin Dunn officiating. Military honors were provided by Harrison-Powers Post No. 79 American Legion. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Bishop Funeral Service of McAlester.
Born March 14, 1935 in Indianola, he was the son of Early Oscar and Mary Magdalene Bess Barlow. He lived in Pittsburg County for most of his life and married Linda Vest on May 20, 1971 in Hugo. He sold life insurance for American National Life in Texas for a short time and then worked for Vest Electric Company as an electrician and retired as an electrical contractor. He was a lifetime member of Disabled American Veterans and attended the Liberty Eylau Baptist Church in Texarkana, Texas.
Survivors include his wife, Linda, of the home; two sons and daughter-in-law, Danny and Flo Barlow and John Barlow all of McAlester; three daughters and sons-in-law, Gayle and Stan Kinslow of Oklahoma City, Wendy and David Vann of Tinker Air Force Base, and Brenda and Randall Patterson of McAlester. Also four brothers, Eugene Barlow of Enid, Jerald Barlow of Hartshorne, Cletis Barlow, Piggot, Ark., and Dean Barlow of Okmulgee; four sisters, Nell Mote, Topeka, Kan, Lola Gann and Sue Young both of McALester and Judy Cochran of Oklahoma City; and 11 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; three brothers, W. A. "Nub" Barlow, H.N. "Pete" Barlow and John Mouser; a sister, Martha Carman; and a grandson, Matthew Barlow.
|Children of Danny and Linda are:|
|DANNY MICHAEL BARLOW married ELIZABETH ROSE WALRATH.
One known son: MATTHEW BARLOW
McAlester News-Capital & Democrat, Monday, February 11, 1991
Matthew Barlow, four-year-old son of Danny and Beth Barlow of McAlester, died Saturday at McAlester Regional Hospital after 15 months of fighting with neuropithelioma, a rare form of cancer, and undergoing four surgeries with extensive chemotherapy. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Indianola First Baptist Church with Chaplain Danny Cavett of Children's Memorial Hospital in Oklahoma City, assisted by Rev. Jarry Riddle, officiating.
Matthew was born Feb. 25, 1978 in McAlester to Danny Michael and Elizabeth Rose Walrath Barlow. He had spent his entire life in the McAlester area. His wish was to fly in an airplane and meet Mickey Mouse. The "Make A Wish Foundation" provided him and his family with his wish. Last August they flew to Florida and spent a week during which time he ate breakfast with Mickey Mouse and friends.
In addition to his parents, Danny and Beth Barlow of the home, survivors include paternal grandparents, Jacqueline and Johnny Gray and Danny and Linda Barlow all of McAlester; maternal grandparents, Robert and Martha Walrath of McAlester; paternal great-grandparents, Faye Bynum of Indianola and Lillian and Raymond Gray of Dustin and maternal great-grandmothers, Martha Stilson of Plano, Tex., and Rosalie Walrath of Saratoga Springs, New York. Pallbearers……
|JOHN BARLOW||GAYLE BARLOW married STAN KINSLOW|
|WENDY BARLOW married DAVID VANN||BRENDA BARLOW married RANDALL PATTERSON|
61. NOBLE KENNY BARLOW5 (WILLIAM ACY4, ALFRED G3, ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born February 26, 1911, Indianola, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died December 14, 1949, Del Ray, California.
He married SYLVIA
McAlester News-Capital, Monday, December 19, 1949
Noble Barlow, 38, died at his home in Del Ray, Calif., Wednesday. He was born Feb. 26, 1911 at Indianola and had lived in the McAlester until a few years ago when he moved to California.
Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Silva Barlow; two daughters, Frances and Anita Sue; and one son, Dale Barlow all of Del Ray, his mother, Mrs. Cora Barlow of McAlester; father A. C. Barlow of Indianola; three brothers, Haskell and Hayden Barlow of McAlester and Grady Barlow of Hastings, Nebr.; and four sisters, Mrs. Cecil Lewis, Mrs. Veonna Martin, Mrs. Beatrice Nelms and Miss Belva Barlow, all of McAlester.
Funeral services will be Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Free Will Baptist Church, North McAlester. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery under the direction of the Humphrey Funeral Home. Rev. Earl Jensen, pastor of the Free Will Baptist Church will officiate. Pallbearers….
|Mills-Humphrey Funeral Home Record, McAlester, Oklahoma
NAME: Noble Barlow
ADDRESS: Del Ray, California
PLACE of DEATH: Del Ray, California
DATE of BIRTH: February 26, 1911
DATE of DEATH: December 14, 1949
CAUSE of DEATH: Left Coronary Artery Occlusion
PLACE of BIRTH: Indianola, Oklahoma
INFORMANT: Hayden Barlow
NAME of FATHER: Acy Barlow, b. ARK
MAIDEN of MOTHER: Cora Ingram, b. ARK
DATE of SERVICE: December 20,
INTERRED: Oak Hill Cemetery
|Children of Noble and Sylvia are:||FRANCES6 BARLOW|
|ANITA SUE BARLOW||DALE BARLOW|
62. HAYDEN EUGENE BARLOW5 (WILLIAM ACY4, ALFRED G3, ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born July 29, 1915, Indianola, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died February 09, 1983, Indianola, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma.
His wife's name is unknown.
Daily McAlester News-Capital, Friday, February 11, 1983
Hayden E. Barlow, 67, of Indianola died Wednesday in a McAlester Nursing Home. He was a carpenter by trade and was of the Baptist faith. He was born in Indianola on July 29, 1915, and lived all his life in Pittsburg County, mostly in the Indianola area.
Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in the Mills Chapel here. Rev. Frank DiMiceli will officiate and burial will be in Memory Gardens Cemetery. Pallbearers…
He is survived by a daughter, Rita Martin of Fremont, Calif; four sons, Darrel Barlow of Sallisaw, Ted Barlow of McAlester, Gerald Barlow and Rick Barlow both of Modesto, Calif.; three sisters, Mrs. Cecil (Lewis) Whaley, Mrs. Veonna Martin and Mrs. Beatrice Helms all of McAlester; 14 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
|RITA6 BARLOW married MR. MARTIN|
|TEDDY BARLOW married LINDA SUE CONNER
Children: STARLIN WESLEY, JESSICA KATHLEEN, and TEDDY BARLOW, JR. (obit below)
McAlester News-Capital (On-Line) Monday, November 24, 2003
Teddy Barlow Jr., 37, of McAlester, died Thursday, Nov. 20, 2003, in Oklahoma City. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at New Haven Bible Baptist Church in Krebs with the Rev. Marvin Dunn officiating. Burial will be at Oak Hill Cemetery in McAlester. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Brumley-Mills Funeral Home of McAlester.
Born March 7, 1966, in McAlester, he was the son of Ted and Linda Sue Conner Barlow. He grew up in McAlester and attended McAlester High School. He was a welder. Survivors include his father, Ted Barlow, of McAlester; his mother and step-father, Linda and Sherrill Rich, Ozark, Ark.; his grandmother, Marie
Shive, Modesto, Calif.; a brother, Starlin Wesley Barlow, of Stringtown; a sister, Jessica Kathleen Barlow, of McAlester; a step-brother, Tim Rich; a step-sister, Lana McGlaughlin; a special friend, Sylvia Borrenkott, Andrea and Toni; his uncles, Jerry Barlow, of McAlester, Rick Barlow, Modesto, Calif., Darrell Barlow, of Oklahoma City, and Larry Conner and Leroy Conner, both of McAlester; his aunts, Rita Marr, Modesto, Calif., and Winnie Barlow, Nancy Conner and Carol Conner, all of McAlester, and numerous cousins and friends.
Pallbearers will be Larry Conner Jr., Tommy Summers, Brad Sellers, Randy Cunningham, Clay Conner, Shannon Barkley, Bill Barlow and Marty Barlow.
He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Lurene and Roy Conner, and his paternal grandfathers, Hayden Barlow and Bill Shive.
McAlester News-Capital (On-Line), Nov. 23, 2003
Teddy Barlow Jr. Teddy Barlow Jr., 37, of McAlester, died Thursday, Nov. 20, 2003, at the OU Everett Tower Hospital in Oklahoma City. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at New Haven Bible Baptist Church in Krebs with the Rev. Marvin Dunn officiating. Burial will be at Oak Hill Cemetery under the direction of Brumley-Mills Funeral Home of McAlester.
63. GRADY MARVIN BARLOW5 (WILLIAM ACY4, ALFRED G3, ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born April 13, 1917, Indianola, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died March 17, 1961, Hartshorne, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma.
He married MARIE, September 08, 1953
McAlester News-Capital, Saturday, March 18, 1961
Funeral services for Grady M. Barlow, 43, who died Friday are scheduled for 2:30 p.m. Monday in Hillcrest Baptist Church. Rev. Jacob Jernigan, pastor will officiate at the service. Mills-Humphrey Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery. Barlow apparently suffered a heart attack. He lived at 417 West Kiowa. He was born at Indianola and lived in this area all his life. He was a member of the Baptist Church.
Survivors include his wife, Marie, of the home; three sons, Randy and Faye Barlow, of the home, and Douglas Barlow, U. S. Navy, stationed at San Diego; a daughter, Carol Barlow, Neligh, Nebr.; his mother Cora Barlow, McAlester; four sisters, Delva Barlow, Beatrice Helms, Mrs. Cecil Lewis and Mrs. Veonna Martin, McAlester; two brothers, Haskell Barlow and Hayden Barlow, McAlester. Pallbearers…
|Mills-Humphrey Funeral Home Record, McAlester, Oklahoma
NAME: Grady Marvin Barlow
ADDRESS: 417 W. Kiowa, McAlester
PLACE of DEATH: Tri-Cities Clinic, Hartshorne
DATE of BIRTH: April 13, 1917
DATE of DEATH: March 17, 1961
OCCUPATION: Welder & Mechanic
PLACE of BIRTH: Indianola
NAME of FATHER: Acie Barlow
MAIDEN of MOTHER: Cora Ingram
DATE of SERVICE: March 20, 1961
INTERRED: Oak Hill Cemetery
|Children of Grady and Marie are:|
|RANDY6 BARLOW||DOUGLAS BARLOW|
|CAROL BARLOW||FAYE BARLOW|
64. BEATRICE LAVADA BARLOW 5 (WILLIAM ACY4, ALFRED G3, ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born October 25, 1925, Indianola, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma, and died January 06, 2004, McAlester, Pittsburg Co Oklahoma.
She married RAY NORVELLE HELMS June 15, 1943.
McAlester News-Capital, January 7, 2004
Beatrice Lavada Helms Beatrice Lavada Helms, 78, of McAlester, died Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2004, at Colonial Nursing Home in McAlester. Visitation will be from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. today and 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Thursday. Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Oak Hill Cemetery in McAlester. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Chaney-Harkins Funeral Home of McAlester.
Born Oct. 25, 1925, in Indianola, she was the daughter of William Acie and Cora Jane (Ingram) Barlow. She married Ray Norvelle Helms on June 15, 1943, in Minco.
Survivors include three sons, Eddie Ray Helms and wife, Allie, of McAlester, Terry Lynn Helms, of McAlester, and Jeffery Lee Helms and wife, Cynthia, Oark, Ark. Also, seven grandchildren, Gina Riley, Toni Helms, Clint Helms, Megan Helms, Nikki Helms, Shane Flint and April Butler. And, 11 great-grandchildren, Kaci Helms, Taylor Helms, Erin Riley, Josh Riley, Jake Riley, Callie Helms, Katch Helms, Creek Helms, Chloe Butler, Alexa Butler and Ashley Flint, and one sister and brother-in-law, Veonna and J.B. Darnell. Honorary pallbearers will be Miles Cathey, J.B. Darnell, Harold Cathey, Bob Tucker, Sam Ragan and Jimmy Cathey.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Ray Norvelle Helms; her parents, Acie and Cora Barlow; two sisters and four brothers.
Memorials may be made to Hospice of McAlester, 801 E. Wyandotte Avenue, McAlester, Okla. 74501.
|Children of Beatrice and Ray are:|
|EDDIE RAY6 HELMS married ALLIE|
|JEFFREY LEE HELMS marrid CYNTHIA|
|TERRY LYNN HELMS|
65. LEROY5 BARLOW (ARCHIE4, ALFRED G3, ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1)
He married 1) HELEN YOUNG. and later divorced. She remarried Leon Lathrop, and died in 2007, her body cremated, no burial plot.
He married 2) MARY JO STANLEY, daughter of Overton A. Stanley and Louise Jackson. She was born August 04, 1923 in Arkansas, and died June 20, 1994 in Muskogee, Muskogee Co Oklahoma.
McAlester News-Capital, Tuesday, June 21, 1994
Mary Jo Barlow, 70, of McAlester, died Monday at Muskogee. Services are scheduled for 2 p.m. Wednesday at Shady Grove Baptist Church with Wayne Cullins and Don Parr officiating. Wanda Parr will provide music. Pallbearers…
Interment will be Indianola Cemetery under the direction of Chaney's Funeral Home, McAlester.
Barlow was born Aug. 4, 1923 at Arkansas. She married Leroy Barlow in Colorado, and was a homemaker. She was a member of the Shady Grove Baptist Church and Women's Army Corps, U. S. Army. She was also a member of the Order of the Eastern Star in Colorado.
Survivors include her husband, Leroy Barlow of the home; a son, Stanley L. Charmin of Virginia Beach, Va.; a daughter, Melody S. Holt of McAlester; a stepson, Tom Barlow of Albuquerque, N.M.; two brothers, Harold Stanley of Bull Schoals, Ark., and John Stanley, South Bend, Ind.; five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
|Chaney Funeral Home Record, McAlester, Oklahoma
NAME: Mary Jo Barlow
NAME of SPOUSE: Leroy Barlow
RESIDENCE: Rt. 2 Box 92B, McAlester, Oklahoma
CHARGE TO: Leroy Barlow
DATE of BIRTH: August 04, 1923
PLACE of BIRTH: Arkansas
DATE of DEATH: June 20, 1994
PLACE of DEATH: VA Hospital, Muskogee
NAME of FATHER: Overton A. Stanley
MAIDEN of MOTHER: Louise Jackson
DATE of FUNERAL: June 22, 1994
CAUSE of DEATH: Respitory Failure
BURIAL: Indianola Cemetery
|Child of Leroy and Helen are:|
|JERRY BARLOW (name changed to DAVID DURRANT at the time of his parents divorce) died October 07, 2010 in Conroe, Texas, cremated.|
|LINDA A. BARLOW married Mr. PULSEN|
|THOMAS 'TOM' BARLOW|
66. JAMES DALE 'JIMMY' BARLOW5 (ARCHIE4, ALFRED G3, ALFRED HIRTON2, JOHN1) was born February 08, 1929, and died April 30, 1997. His mother died when he was an infant, and he was adopted and raised by his uncle and aunt, Charles and Ora [BARLOW?]
He married WANDA C. PARR on March 29, 1951.
|Children of Jimmy and Wanda are:||SUSAN6 BARLOW married JESS GREEN|
|KAREN BARLOW married VANCE PETTICREW||KARLA BARLOW married BUBBA TAYLOR|
|JIMMY BARLOW married JOANIE||CHUCK BARLOW married MARY CAMPBELL|
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Waxahachie Page 32 and 33 March 05, 1995
Zora Iva Barlow, 89, a homemaker, died Friday at a Waxahachie nursing home.
Funeral: 4 p.m. Monday at Boze-Mitchell Funeral Home in Waxachachie. Burial: Lakeview Cemetery. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.
Mrs. Barlow, a Madisonville native, lived in Maypearl and Waxahachie. Her husband, Albert Leroy Barlow, died in 1977.
Survivors: Four daughters, Iva Lee Richards of Fort Worth and Betty Ruth Sullivan, Mary Elsie McAdams and Joan Cockerham, all of Waxahachie; two sons, William Monroe 'Bill' Barlow of ;Fort Worth and Glen Stafford Barlow of Dallas; two sisters, Fannie Mae Stanton of Waxahachie and Tennie Betty Russell of Fort Worth; brother, Leonard Olin Williams of Fort Worth; 20 grandchildren; 33 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.
|Children of Albert and Zora are:|
|IVA LEE BARLOW was born in 1923. She married Mr. RICHARDS|
|WILLIAM MONROE BARLOW, born in 1925|
|BERTY RUTH BARLOW married Mr. SULLIVAN|
|MARIE ELSIE BARLOW married Mr. McADAMS|
|JOAN BARLOW married Mr. COCKERHAM|
|ELIZABETH FLOY BARLOW|
|GLENN STAFFORD BARLOW|
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