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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