FLETCHER, JOHN STRAWSON - Baxter County, Arkansas | JOHN STRAWSON FLETCHER - Arkansas Gravestone Photos

John Strawson FLETCHER

Heiskill Cemetery
Baxter County,
Arkansas

December 18, 1887, Baxter County, Arkansas
June 17, 1975, Harrison, Arkansas

Son of Ancil & Julia Angeline Beavers Fletcher
Married Buffalo, Arkansas, January 31, 1907 to
Minnie Maude Haney. They were the parents of nine children.

*Obituary
John S. Fletcher, 87, of Harrison, a native of Buffalo City, died Tuesday at the Boone County Hospital at Harrison. He was a retired laborer for the Missouri Pacific Railroad.
Mr. Fletcher was born Dec 18, 1887, the son of Ansel Fletcher and Julie Beaver Fletcher. He was a Protestant and a lifetime resident of North Arkansas.
Funeral services will be held at 2PM tomorrow (Friday) at the Roller Chapel in Mt. Home, with Rev. Hugh May of Harrison officiating. Interment will be in the Heiskill Cemetery at Buffalo, under the direction of Roller Funeral Service.
Survivors include three sons, Everett Fletcher of Appleton City, MO, Clarence Fletcher of Archie, MO and Willard Fletcher of Harrison; six daughters, Mrs. Eva Lane of Okemah, OK, Mrs. Lois Bolding of Odessa, MO, Mrs. Irene Davis of Phoenix, AZ, Mrs. Grace Anderson of Savoy, Texas, Mrs. Geneve Andersen Harrisonville, MO and Mrs. Imogene Ply of Harrison; one brother, Edgar Fletcher of Mt. Home; 28 grandchildren; 49 great grandchildren; and seven great great grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Larry Ply, E.G. Fletcher, Stephen Fletcher, Noble Lane, Marvin Bolding and Jerry Poterfield.
(From the files of Max Parnell.)

Contributed on 3/13/09 by maxparnell
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Record #: 167803

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Submitted: 3/13/09 • Approved: 1/15/14 • Last Updated: 1/18/14 • R167803-G0-S3

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