Charles Marksbury Obituary Feb 4 1946 Joplin Globe
CHARLES MARKSBURY, 87, SUCCUMBS AT WEBB CITY Webb City." Mo., Feb. 4.--Charles Allen Markfibury. 87 years old, a former painter, died at 1:20 o'clock Sunday afternoon at his home, Worth Hall street. He had lived her* 19 yean. Surviving arÂ« his widow, Mra. Alice E. Marksbury; four daughter*, daughter*, Mrs. Emmitt Ellis of Los gtlta, Mrs. Anna Graham of Fort Scott, Mrs. Mary Pitcock of Pierce City and Miss Gloria Marksbury Kansas City; three sons, Roy Marksbury of Webb City, Aubrey lereci Maksbury of Fort Scott and Marksbury of Lexington, Mo.; 18 grandchildren, and 24 great-grand- ehildren. Funeral service* will be at 2 O'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Hedge-Lewis funeral home. The ' Kev. David E. Moore, pastor of T) ie Â· ~ Hope Ceme- ! will be 1 tery. Pallbearers will be John Kichardson, William Fletcher, A. Golden, A. Beachhold, J. O. Graham Graham and Charles Pittcock.