MAHANEY, JOHN CHESLEY - Benton County, Arkansas | JOHN CHESLEY MAHANEY - Arkansas Gravestone Photos

John Chesley MAHANEY

Ozark (Beaver Shores) Cemetery
Benton County,
Arkansas

John
February 8, 1862 - March 16, 1925
Son of Reuben and Margaret Jordan Mahaney
Born Monroe Co., KY
Died Rogers, Benton Co., AR

*Obituary
Rogers Democrat
Friday, March 19, 1925

John C. Mahaney died Monday at 7:00 o'clock at the age of 67 years. Funeral services were held Tuesday at 2:00 o'clock at Ozark school house, east of Rogers, and were conducted by Rev. R.M. Thompson and Rev. T.B. Clark of the First Christian church. John C. Mahaney was born in Kentucky but was taken to Mt. Vernon, Ill. when a child and there grew to manhood. Mr. Mahaney's parents moved to Benton county about forty years ago where they have since made their home. Mr. Mahaney lived for many years on White river where he was always a welcome guest in every home. He was married to Miss Annie Cook in 1889 and to this union were born four children of whom three daughters are living: Mrs. Pearl Day, now at Claremore, Okla.; Mrs. Mary Key, who lives on White river, and Mrs. Winnie Martin of Rogers, who has so faithfully and tenderly cared for her father during his long, painful illness. He leaves also two sisters, Mrs. Dollar and Mrs. Burdick, who live in Rogers, and five grandchildren. Mr. Mahaney was a kind, helpful neighbor; always ready to lend aid wherever it was needed. His dealings with his fellowman was in accord with the Golden Rule. He leaves many friends who mourn the loss of one whose whole life was that of honest good to all his associates and neighbors.

Annie
November 1, 1870 - February 6, 1920
Daughter of Joseph Willis Cook & Martha Angelina Boggs
Born KS
Died Rogers, Benton Co., AR

*Obituary
Rogers Democrat
Thursday, February 12, 1920

Mrs. Anna Laura Mahaney, wife of J.C. Mahaney, who lives near the Ozark schoolhouse on White river, died Feb. 6, 1920, aged fifty years, three months and six days. Funeral was conducted at Ozark school house by Elder W.G. Ragsdale and Professor Rice of the Church of Christ. The greatest tribute that any one may receive can be paid Sister Mahaney and that is to say she was a devoted Christian and a true follower of Christ. Mrs. Mahaney leaves a husband and three daughters: Mrs. Winnie Martin of Rogers; Mrs. Josie Day of Texas and Mrs. Otto Key of Rogers; also an aged mother, two sisters, four brothers and a host of friends and neighbors to mourn because of her death. The bereaved family and relatives have the sympathy of the entire community in this hour of sadness.

Married December 25, 1889 in Benton Co., AR

Contributed on 11/13/08 by judyfrog
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