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John D. LASATER

Pea Ridge (Pea Ridge) Cemetery
Benton County,
Arkansas

April 22 1861 - May 6 1934

*Obituary
Benton County Record & Democrat, Thursday, May 10, 1934

PEA RIDGE MAN DROPS DEAD

John D. Lasater, 73 widely known, resident of Pea Ridge, dropped dead at his home in that place at ten o’clock Sunday morning, of heart disease.

The funeral was held at the Pea Ridge Presbyterian Church on Tuesday afternoon, the Rev. Joseph Miller, pastor of the Rogers Presbyterian Church, conducting the services. Burial was made in the Pea Ridge cemetery.

Pall bearers were Earn Webb, Colbert Price, Lonzo Miller, Willie Jordon, Maurice Cruse and Ab Webb. Honorary pallbearers were Tong Webb, Bill Wilkerson, Ed Young, Henry Buttram, Harve Ricketts and Frank Hart.

Mr. Lasater was born April 22, 1861 in a log cabin on the old Lasater homestead where practically all his life has spent.

On December 25, 1884, he was united in marriage to Missia Lasater and 12 children were born to them, one dying in infancy. All of his children except Mrs. Rauman of Colorado were present at his funeral.

Besides his widow Mr. Lasater is survived by six sons, Shan of Tulsa, Hunter of Kansas City, Garland, Jim and Mack of Pea Ridge and Dick Lasater of Roaring River; also by five daughters, Mrs. Kate Rauman, Rifle, Colo., Roxana Lasater and Mrs. Arthur Hess of Kansas City; Mrs. Kenny Deason, Monett and Mrs. Ruth Lawson of Bentonville. A brother, George Lasater of Pea Ridge, besides many other relatives survive.

Contributed on 6/18/08 by wfields55
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Submitted: 6/18/08 • Approved: 6/17/11 • Last Updated: 9/24/12 • R29779-G0-S3

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