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John Perry MALONE

Male 1843 - 1907  (64 years)


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    1. [S23] Ancestry.com website, www.ancestry.com, (Provo, UT : The Generations Network, Inc., 2007), Debbie Springer GEDCOM file.

    2. [S283] John Perry Malone Family, manuscript records; box 2, v26, "Pisgah-Antioch-Gasconade genealogical records, 1827-1909," pp87-88, John J. Watts Collection, 1874-1912 (R0038); Western Historical Manuscript Collection, Missouri University of Science and Technology, G-3 Curtis Laws Wilson Library, Rolla. A collection of notebooks of genealogical records kept by a circuit riding Baptist minister in the northern Ozarks. The records cover Phelps, Pulaski, Texas, and parts of Maries and Dent counties in south-central Missouri. (Quality Assessment: 2).

    3. [S963] Find A Grave, database with images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 16 February 2015), memorial 53414289, John Perry Malone (19 Jul 1843-12 Aug 1907), Smith Cemetery, Edgar Springs, Phelps County, Missouri, USA; maintained by Zuzu*s Petals (contributor 47134653). (Quality Assessment: 2).

    4. [S1183] 1850 U.S. census, Pulaski County, Missouri, population schedule, District #72, p. 109 (stamped), p. 217 (penned), dwelling 520, family 530, John Malone household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 2 July 2016); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 411. (Quality Assessment: 3).

    5. [S489] Genealogy.com user, "Re: Tommie Ruth Malone - Florida," Genealogy.com, discussion list, posted 15 June 1999, (https://www.genealogy.com/forum/surnames/topics/malone/625/ : accessed 16 January 2015), Home > Forum > Surnames > Malone. (Quality Assessment: 1).

    6. [S1225] "John Perry Malone," John Perry Malone. John Perry Malone, one of the oldest citizens of this county, fell over the culvert under the Frisco railroad, Monday night, August 12th, 1907, and was killed instantly. Mr. Malone had been downtown and had started to his home in south west Rolla, along tie railroad track, in company with Ernest Widner and Everett Webber. The two boys bad been at work in St. Louis and they bad come to Rolla and Mr. Malone was to take them to their homes in Spring Creek township the next morning. Widner and Mr. Malone were walking arm and arm, in crossing over the R.R. culvert, tbey went too close, too [sic] the edge and loosing [sic] their balance in the dark, both fell over, Mr. Malone falling on his head and was killed. Mr. Widner was considerably bruised. Coroner Bradley held an inquest over the body and the jury brought in a verdict of death by accident. John Perry Malone was born near Edgar Springs, in Phelps county, about sixty four years ago. He was a confederate soldier who served through the war. After the war he was united ia marriage with Miss Bell Rhea and of this union fourteen children were bom, six of who have died, the other eight with the mother still survive. They are Mrs. William Stafford, Mrs. Sam Brown, Mr. Edward Roberson [sic], Mrs. Reed, all of Phelps county; Mrs. John Fore of St. Louis and Misses Sallle, Etta and Beatrice Malone, of Rolla. Mr. Malone belonged to one of the oldest and most prominent families in this part of the state and his family connections are very large, among the number being bis nephew, Congressman Robert Lamar, of Texas county. His loss will be mourned by a host of relatives and friends. His remains were taken to the Smith graveyard, near Edgar Springs, on Wednesday for internment. CLIPPED FROM Rolla Herald-Democrat Rolla, Missouri 15 Aug 1907, Thu • Page 4, 15 Aug 1907, p,4, 1st column, bottom; image copy,  Newspapers.com, (https://shsmo.newspapers.com/clip/74593109/obituary-malone-john-perry/ : accessed 28 March 2021), (Quality Assessment: 3).

    7. [S539] Smith Cemetery (Flat, Phelps County, Missouri; LAT/LON N37.7384, W-91.9011; located on Highway 63 South to County Road 6120 turning right; turn on CR6130 and stay on this road until you see the old church building and cemetery), personally read and photographed, (Quality Assessment: 3).

    8. [S1225] "John Perry Malone," John Perry Malone. John Perry Malone, one of the oldest citizens of this county, fell over the culvert under the Frisco railroad, Monday night, August 12th, 1907, and was killed instantly. Mr. Malone had been downtown and had started to his home in south west Rolla, along tie railroad track, in company with Ernest Widner and Everett Webber. The two boys bad been at work in St. Louis and they bad come to Rolla and Mr. Malone was to take them to their homes in Spring Creek township the next morning. Widner and Mr. Malone were walking arm and arm, in crossing over the R.R. culvert, tbey went too close, too [sic] the edge and loosing [sic] their balance in the dark, both fell over, Mr. Malone falling on his head and was killed. Mr. Widner was considerably bruised. Coroner Bradley held an inquest over the body and the jury brought in a verdict of death by accident. John Perry Malone was born near Edgar Springs, in Phelps county, about sixty four years ago. He was a confederate soldier who served through the war. After the war he was united ia marriage with Miss Bell Rhea and of this union fourteen children were bom, six of who have died, the other eight with the mother still survive. They are Mrs. William Stafford, Mrs. Sam Brown, Mr. Edward Roberson [sic], Mrs. Reed, all of Phelps county; Mrs. John Fore of St. Louis and Misses Sallle, Etta and Beatrice Malone, of Rolla. Mr. Malone belonged to one of the oldest and most prominent families in this part of the state and his family connections are very large, among the number being bis nephew, Congressman Robert Lamar, of Texas county. His loss will be mourned by a host of relatives and friends. His remains were taken to the Smith graveyard, near Edgar Springs, on Wednesday for internment. CLIPPED FROM Rolla Herald-Democrat Rolla, Missouri 15 Aug 1907, Thu • Page 4, 15 Aug 1907, p,4, 1st column, bottom; image copy,  Newspapers.com, (https://shsmo.newspapers.com/clip/74593109/obituary-malone-john-perry/ : accessed 28 March 2021), (Quality Assessment: 2).



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