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 Ransom Haddock

Ransom Haddock, born Dec. 19, 1852, died Pierce City, MO, Jan. 21, 1941, burial was at Exeter, MO. 


Ransom Haddock was survived by four sons, Alford and Charles W. of Exeter; George of Butterfield, MO; and J. Luther of Sprague River, OR; four daughters,  Mrs. Nora Belle Tucker of Gravette, AR; Mrs. Martha Linebarger of Exeter; Mrs. Minnie Thompson, and Mrs. Dona Cornell of Eagle Rock, MO; one brother, Alonzo Haddock of Monett, MO, and 59 grand children and 83 great grandchildren.
Ransom Haddock spent all Eighty-eight years of life in the county: Haddock age 88, died at his home in Exeter, MO, about 4:00 A.M., this morning, January 21, 1941. Ransom Haddock became a member of the Roaring River Baptist Church 74 years ago and served many years as a deacon before moving to Exeter. 
Ransom Haddock was a native and lifelong resident of Barry County and has 150 living descendants.  Funeral services will be held at 2:30 P.M. Wednesday afternoon at the Exeter Baptist Church with Rev. Charles Van Zandt officiating. Burial will be in the Maplewood Cemetery near Exeter, under the direction of Barr and Blankenship.
Rance Haddock was born near Pierce City, MO, December 19, 1852, the son of Charles and Susan Haddock, who were among the earliest settlers of Barry County. Published in the Monett Times in 1941



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