Elsey (Elzie) Marshall Hart and Mary
Elizabeth Noland had the
1) Hattie Louellen Hart b 1877 d
1877 Laclede Co. MO. Buried Green
Cemetery Camden County MO.
2) Henry Milton Hart b. 5 Oct
1878 Conway, Leclede County, MO d 16
Apr 1955 Tulsa OK buried Floral Haven Cemetery. He maried Orpha
Elizabeth Gardner b23 Feb 1871 Tanet County MO d 26 Mar 1962 Tulsa OK .
Buried Floral Haven Cemetery.
3) John Franklin Hart b 1881 d 1882 Camden County
MO. Buried in Green
Cemetery, Camden County MO.
4) Della May Hart b. 7 Aug 1883 Laclede
County Mo d 13 Sept 1919. m
Thomas Wilford Griffith
5) Etta Elizabeth Hart b 21 Mar 1885
Laclede County MO d 1904 M.
6) Charles Banks Hart b 7 Jul 1886 Camden
County MO d.D 15 Dec 1982
1)m Minnie Harvey b 23 May 1885 d 10 Jan 1938 2) M. Icey
7) Myrtle Alice Hart b. 7 Feb 1888
Camden County MO d. May 1978
Bowling Green, Warren County KY. 1)m. 20 Mar 1905 Ezra Lee Thomas
2) m Bruce Barron
8) Roscoe Everett Hart b 29 Apr 1890 Camden
County MO d. 13 Jun1968
Camden County KY m. Ida E. Creech
9) Marion Oscar Hart b 25 Nov 1892 Camden
County MO d. 3 Aug 1962
Camden County MO m Vallie Kirkpatrick b 27 Feb 1895 d. 16 Nov
1976 Sedalia MO
10) George Edgar Hart b 28 Mar 1895 Macks Creek,
Camden County MO d. 19
Apr 1961 Pueblo, Pueblo County CO m. 13 Feb 1915 Depew, Creek
County OK to Ada Lois Creekmur, daughter of Nathan Creekmur and
Nancy Franklin of Dawson Springs, Hopkins County KY b, 13 Dec 1895
d. 16 Nov 1994 Pueblo, Pueblo County CO
11) Elizabeth Hart b 12 Aug 1896
d 1 Oct 1896 Camden County MO(?
SOURCE?) no data, no marker with rest of famiy.
12) Elzie Otis Hart b. 20 Mar 1897
d 1 Oct 1898 Camden County MO .
Buried in Green Cemetery, Camden County MO
The Henry Milton Hart Family
Henry Milton Hart b 5 Oct 1878 Conway, Laclede County MO d 16
Apr 1955 Tulsa
OK buried Floral Haven Cemetery. M. Orpha Elizabeth Gardner b. 23 Feb
1871 Tanet County MO d 26 Mar 1962 Tulsa OK Floral Haven Cemetery Tulsa
OK. Henry Milton Hart and Orpah Elizabeth Gardner Had the following children:
*More about Orpha Gardner Hart:
*Note-From the Bristow OK Newspaper: (Shared with me by great grandaughter of
Orpha and Milton Hart, Cathy Hart Dunn.)
Hand dated August 21 1926. Name of Newspsper is not legible.Transcribed by
STREAM OF DESTINY'S LITTLE JOKE
REUNITES SISTERS AFTER 47 YEARS
What 47 years can do! What they can give, what they can take, what they
The bits if drifting, helpless humanity that they can sweep asunder,
transport to widely separate shores, and then on their resistless tidal waves
crash together with one mighty thrust.
Two sisters can tell you something about that.
Two weeks ago, two middle aged women. long the mothers of stalwart sons
and daughters, met in a home not far from Bristow and clasped each other with
all the pent-up fervor and wild exultation of nearly half a century's
They were Mrs. H. M. Hart, 49 years old and her ten years elder sister,
Mrs Grant Johnson, of Forsythe MO.
Their story goes back to the year 1879. The scene is set in a farm
house in the southern part of Missouri.
There a mother lies waiting for Death. She waits for him with joy and
longing, for she is tired of life. Life holds only misery for her since Death
has taken the husband of her youth and the father of her children.
And here at her side lies a two week old girl child, deprived of a daddy
just two weeks before her entrance into this world. Around her bed are
grouped the infant brothers and sisters of assorted ages and sexes.
They wait, and presently their wait is ended.
And now they are on the surging ocean of life, Destiny, the
irresistibility, will carry them on paths widely divergent, lead them through
far distant lanes. This family adopts one; that family adopts another.
Yet they are fated, the elder ones, to keep somewhat within touch of each
other, the coorespondence now and (unreadable line)
But the infant, Orpha Gardner is to go with her foster parents to more
distant places and become lost to her brothers and sisters, through all of
life, almost. For forty seven years.
Subtitle: Forty seven years later.
Mrs. H. M. Hart, who was Orpha Gardner, is living in her home six miles
south of Bristow, Oklahoma.
Her sister, once Martha Gardner, now Mrs Grant Johnson, lives with her
family near Forsythe, MO, not far from the original family home where death
claimed the young mother who did not care to live without her husband.
Then news reaching Martha Gardner Johnson of the death of her
grandfather, she communicates with her old home. Not far from there lives a
man named Hart. And he is the brother of H. M. Hart, who is the husband of
Orpha Gardner Hart.
One word leads to another. And the road leads to reunited hearts.
Destiny has played her little joke.
1) Henry Elzie Hart b 13 Oct 1897 d Mar 1962 OK
2) Tessie May Hart b. 6 Dec 1899 MO
d 23 Dec 1995 Tulsa, Tulsa OK
m)1 Alva Moore 2) Homer Mc Dougal
3) Mary Florence Hart 20 Dec 1902 Camden
County MO d ca 1997 Saugus
CA Buried Eternal Valley Cemetery, Newhall, CA m 1)William Bogle 2)
Arthur Coleman 3) Mr. Alloway
4) Violet Vivian Hart b 23 Sep 1904 KS
or MO d 17 Mar 1989
Tuls,Tulsa OK m 1) Hansel Barnes 2) Johnny Pipina
5) Martha Luella Hart b ca 1906 MO. m Carroll Broucks
6) Rose Myrtle Hart
b. 19 Apr 1908 Macks Creek , Camden County MO,
m 26 Dec 1925 Alvin Denton Yount (div) in Bristow, Creek County
7) Lillian Grace Hart b 1920 d. 1920 Pittsburgh Crawford KS
THE CHARLES BANKS HART FAMILY
Charles Banks Hart b. 7 July, 1886 d 15 Dec 1983 b Fisher Cemetery, Hickory
County, MO m)1 Mignonette Harvey 19 Mar 1908( killed in auto accident,
unknown date) M2) Icie Ussery Children of Charles Banks Hart were:
5) William (W.C.)
(Unknown at this date birthdates, marriages, etc on above)
MARION OSCAR HART FAMILY
Marion Oscar Hart b 25 Nov
1892 Camden County MO d. 3 Aug 1962
Camden County MO m Vallie Kirkpatrick b 27 Feb 1895 d 16 Nov 1976
Sedalia MO Vallie Kirkpatrick was the daughter of W.O. Kirkpatrick and
Celia Turner. Marion Oscar Hart worked in Civil Sevice and was a Baptist
. Marion Oscar Hart and Vallie Kirkpatrick had the following children:
1) Marion Lloyd Hart b 27 July 1921 d 19 Sept 1936 Sedalia, Pettis
2) Anita Pearl Hart b Sedalia MO11 Jun 1921 m Harold J.Nadler
3) Betty June Hart b 5 May 1923 Sedalia MO m Clarence L. Gamber
4) William Lee Hart b Sedalia MO 1 July
1924 Sedalia MO d 14 June
1946. Died in a drowning accident at home. He served in the US
Army, sustained wounds WWII, was awarded a Purple Heart
5) Donna Jean Hart b Sedalia MO Aug 5 1925
Sedalia MO d. 1959 due
6) Kenneth Elzie Hart b 15 Aug 1927 Sedalia
MO d 12 Mar 1950 m.
Norma Jean Bland
7) Mary Ruth Hart b 29 Jun
1929 d Sep 1989 m. Jack R. Venable
8) Edith May Hart b Sedalia MO
Apr 4 1931 m. Loyal G. Woods 12 Sep
1948 in Pasco, Washinton.
9) Celia Earlene Hart b Sedalia MO11 Sep 1933
m 29 Dec Claude
10) James Robert b Sedalia MO 27 Sept 1936 m 7 June 1961 Wanda Roark
11) Richard J. Hart b Sedalia MO 13 Aug
1939 d Aug 1997 m Beverly J.
12) Patricia Sue Hart b Sedalia MO 30
May 1942 m 23 Sep 1961 Gary
Obituary:(CLipping did not contain name of Newspaper
or date- Probably
Marion O. Hart, 69, 721 East Ninth, died at 9:30 p.m. Friday August 3,
1962 at the Veterans Hospital in Kansas City. He had been a patient there
for the past two weeks.
He was born in Camden County, November 25 1892, son of the late Marshall
E. and Mary Elizabeth Noland Hart.
He has lived in Sedalia since 1917. He was married to Miss Valie
Kirkpatrick.They were the parents of twelve children. Two sons and one
daughter preceded him in death, Marion Lloyd Hart, who died in 1936, William
Lee Hart, who died July 14, 1946 and Mrs Donna Grose, who died Feb 5, 1961.
Mr. Hart was a member of the First Baptist Church.
He was a veteran of World War I, enlisting in the Army at Jefferson
Barracks MO,, Aug 19, 1915, and serving as a Sargeant until June 4, 1920 when
he was honorably discharged at Headquarters Department, Chicago, ILL.
Following his discharge he was a member of the First National Guard in
Sedalia for one year. Until his retirement in 1952, he was an employee of
thre Post Office in Sedalia MO.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Vallie Hart; six daughters, Mrs.
Anita Nadar, Culver City CA; Mrs Betty Gambler, Wichita KS; Mrs. Edith Woods,
West Dearborn, MI; Mrs Ruth Livesay, 1416 South Ohio, Mrs Earlene Knight,
1501 South Missouri, Mrs Pat Stephens, 9176 West Tenth. Three sons, S/Sgt
Kenneth Hart, Kirtland Air Base, N.M.;Sgt James R. Hart, Fort Hood TX,
Richard Hart, Route 2, Sedalia; two brothers, Charles B. Hart of Preston MO
and Roscoe Hart, Macks Creek; One sister, Mrs Myrtle Barron, Bowling Green
KY; 22 grandchildren and two great grand children.
Funeral Services were held at the Ewing Funeral Home at 1:00 pm Tuesday
with the Rev. J. R. Wallace, Pastor of the First Baptist Church officiating.
Burial was in the Memorial Park Cemetery.
Marion O. Hart
Nov 25, 1892
August 3 1962
SERVICES HELD AT
Ewing Funeral Home
August 7, 1962 1:00 PM
Rev. J. R. Wallace
Mrs. H. O. Forakre, Organist
Memorial Park Cemetery
In Charge of Services:
Ewing Funeral Home
THE ROSCOE EVERETT HART FAMILY
Roscoe Everett Hart b 29 Apr 1890 Camden County MO
d 13 Jun 1968 Camden
County MO m 1)Ida Elizabeth Creach 22 Aug 1909 Camden County KY. Ida
Elizabeth Creach b 1890 d. 1935 at age 44.OK.She is the daughter of
Charles Creach and Amanda Minerva Phillips. 2) m. Lillie Miller b. 8 Sept,
1887, d 9 Apr 1962 age 74 yrs, 7 months,1 day. 3) Martha Hart. Roscoe
Everett Hart and Ida Elizabeth Creach had the following children:
ROSCOE E. HART
78 years, I month, 15 days
April 29, 1890
June 13 1968
Sunday. June 16, 1968
Assembly of God Church
Rev. Wm Evans
Rev L. L. Hatfield
Macks Creek MO
Macks Creek MO
Daughters- Eva Baldwin, Ruby Snyder, Bertha Snyder
Sons- Sherman Hart, Vernon Hart
Stepdaughters- Mildred Shinn, Margaret Parks, Mable Harris
Stepsons-James H. Miller, Frank Miller
Stepdaughters- Goldie Coleman, Goldina Michaelson,
Charlene Antwiler, Roberta Parks
Stepsons- Clifford Gardner, Hubert Gardner
Thirty five Great Grandchildren
Forty Step Grandchildren
Forty Two Step Great Grandchildren
Nephews as Pallbearers
"There's an open gate at the end of the road
Through which each must go alone:
And there is a light we cannot see
Our Father claims his own
Beyond the gate your loved one
Finds happiness and rest,
And there is comfort
In the thought
That loving God knows best."
Lillie Eleanor Hart
74 years 7 months , 1 day
Sept 8 1887
April 9 196
Wednesday, April 11, 1962
Little Niangua Baptist Church
Hickory County, MO
Rev. C. J. Bybbb
Little Niangua Cemetery
Richard Shinn Ervin Parks
John Shinn Frankie Parks
Eddie Shinn Fred Hart
Husband - Roscoe
Three daughters- Mildred Shinn, Margaret Parks, Mable Harris
Two Sons- James H. Miller and Frank Miller
Three Step Daughters- Eva Baldwin, Ruby Snyder and Bertha Snyder
Two Stepsons- Sherman Hart and James Vernon Hart
Sister- Lottie Markham
Brother- Henry Mueller
14 grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren
17 step grandchildren
15 step great grandchildren
1) Elsey (Elzie) Clayton Hart b 10 Oct 1910 d 20 Dec 1910
Creach Cemetery Camden County MO
2) Sherman Edgar Hart b 19Aug 1913 Camden County MO
m)1 Mable Unknown
div. 2) Lillie
Children of Mabel and Sherman Edgar Hart are:
Lillie and Sherman Hart had the following children:
3) Sherman Edgar Hart Jr.
3) Eva Melvina Hart b 16 May 1917 d June18 1992 Pueblo CO Eva
Melvina Hart Baldwin has SS# 499-26-1856 , 1934 Fred Baldwin and Eva
Melvina Baldwin had the following children:(may not be in correct order)
1) Darrell Baldwin
2) Wanita Baldwin
3) Dale Baldwin
4) Lois June Baldwin
4)Ruby Hart b Camden County MO m Roy
Ercil Snyder b 10 Aug 1912 d
May 1993 (SSDI Records) Buried Stanton Chapel Cemetery, Camden County
MO. Ruby Hart and Roy Ercil Snyder had the following children:
1) Lloyd Lee Snyder b Aug 9 1935, Macks Creek, Camden County, MO d July
23 1984 buried Stanton Chapel Cemetery, Camden County MO
2) Gene Everett Snyder b Sep 23 1938 Macks Creek, Camden County MO d Oct
3, 1983 Buried Stanton Chapel Cemetery, Camden County MO
3)Janey Elizabeth Snyder b July 17, 1940 Macks Creek,
Camden County, MO
M 20 Nov 1958 Robert Wayne Banner b. May 3 1930 Camden County MO
1) Roberta Jean Banner b May 9, 1950 Camendton, Camden County MO-
2) Timothy Lynn Banner b 20 Jan 1961 Camdenton Camden County MO
3) Thomas Lee Banner b 22 Jan 1962 Macks Creek, Camden County MO
4)Ralph Dee Snyder b Dec 18, 1943, Macks Creek, Camden County MO d Feb
10, 1983 Buried Stanton Chapel Cemetery, Camden County MO m.1) 7 April
Connie Lou Means b 30 Oct 1944
Ralph Dee Snyder and Connie Lou Means had the folowing children:
1) Katy Snyder b 4 Nov 1965 m. 1 July 2000 Ronnie Dawson b 20 Aug
5)James Vernon Snyder b Sept 25 1945 Macks
Creek, Camden County MO m
Sandy Hicks, Div.
6)Bertha Hart b Camden County MO m. Bert (Albert?) Snyder. Bertha
Hart and Bert Snyder had the following children:
6) James Vernon Hart b 22 Sept 1925 Macks Creek, Camden County MO m Gladys
Bernice (Bunny) Gott b 13 July 1920 Tuqwilla WA the daughter of Forest
Gott and Emaline Harpe. James Vernon Hart served in the US Army from
1942 thru 1946 in the Military Police. He also had a duty tour in
Germany. Recalled to duty during Korean Conflict Oct 1950 thru Sept
1951. Gladys Bernice Gott was also in the US Army WACS. James Vernon
Hart and Gladys Bernice Gott had the following children:
1)Larry James Hart b 1 Dec 1949 Pueblo, Pueblo County CO d 9 Oct
1997 Pueblo CO. m Irene Barry also of Pueblo. They had one
1)Angel Irene Hart b 15 Mar 1989 Pueblo, Pueblo County CO
2) Gary Lee Hart b 19 Jan 1954 Pueblo Pueblo CO d 19 Apr 1986
in Pueblo Co as the result of auto accident. m Debra Snider b 18
Mar 1959 Pueblo Pueblo CO, Debra Snider Hart is the daughter of
Kathryn and Joseph Snider also of Pueblo CO
GEORGE EDGAR HART FAMILY
George Edgar Hart b 28 Mar 1895 Macks Creek, Camden County
Mo d 19 Apr
1962 Pueblo, Pueblo County CO He was the 10th child of Elzie (Elsey)
Marshall Hart and Mary Elizabeth Noland. George Edgar Hart was m 13 Feb
1915 Depew, Creek County Ok to Ada Lois Creekmur b 13 Dec 1895 in
Dawson Springs, Hopkins County KY. Both are buried in Imperial Memorial
Gardens Cemetery, (Formerly Valhalla Cemetery), Pueblo, Pueblo County CO.
Ada Hart Creekmur was the daughter of Nathan Creekmur and Nancy Elizabeth
(Mary) Franklin , both of Hopkins County KY. George Edgar Hart was
enlisted in the USArmy Coast Artillary Guard , Fort Logan Colorado on 3 Jan
1913 and was given a Medical Discharge on 21 May 1913, Physical conditon
described as "poor", and that he was single, and "honest and faithful".
Original Record on file.
George Edgar Hart and Ada Lois Creekmur had the following children: (All
1) Nina Pearl Hart b 29 Aug 1915 Depew. Creek County OK
2)Charles Edgar Hart b 20 Sep 1918 Bristow, Creek County OL
3)Neva May Hart b 1 Feb 1921 Slick, Creek County OK
4) Nona Virginia Hart b 21 Jan 1925 Bristow, Creek County OK
5) Nova Lee Hart b 31 July 1927 Bristow, Creek County OK
6) Neta Lois Hart b 30 Apr 1930 Fountain City, El Paso County CO
7)Nola Jean Hart 1 Sep 1933 Bristow, Creek County OK
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