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Memorial card for Mary E. Wears

5 June 2009 Leave a comment

Source: Memorial card for Mary E. Wears (died 7 March 1919).

Born January Sixteenth, Eighteen Hundred
and Forty-five
Died March Seventh, Nineteen Hundred
and Nineteen
At the Age of Seventy-four Years, One
Month and Twenty-one Days
Funeral Services at the Baptist Church,
Conducted by the Rev. W.S. WEIR
At 3 O’clock P.M., Saturday, March
Eighth, Nineteen Hundred
and Nineteen



4 June 2009 Leave a comment

Source: Phillip P. Coulter, Jr., “Re: COULTER, N.C.>KY>MO,” at html, posted 3 November 1997.

Posted by Phillip P. COULTER Jr on November 03, 1997 at 04:04:04 PM PST.

In Reply to: COULTER. N.C.>KY>MO posted by COULTER, ISAIAH NCKY on September 11, 1997 at 08:56:39 PM PDT.

HAVE ISAIAH COULTER IN WASHINGTON CO., KY 1830, also on Census is a Mark and an Alexander.  ? Is Isaiah COULTER̓s father Martin COULTER [1790 census Morgan District,Lincoln Co., NC]???

Isahia was not the son of Martin. His three sons were Martin Jr, John and Philip

Believe Isaiah COULTER married Rose ______?, they have a daughter Falicia A. COULTER (Born 1823 Wash.Co.KY)

Maybe Mark and Alexander are brothers or uncles.

Falicia A. COULTER m. Jackson RANEY 1838 Wash. Co.KY
Children: James (B.1840;) Mary (B. 1845;) Rose B. (B. 1843;) Thomas COLTER B. 1842 lives with family.

Lowry City Quasquicentennial 1871-1996

30 January 2009 Leave a comment

Source: Sharon Murray, Lowry City Quasquicentennial 1871-1996 (Lowry City, Missouri: Osage Chigger
Publishing Company).

[page 155]


Postmasters Title Date appointed
Geo. PENN Postmaster 07/24/1871
Walter S. MILLER Postmaster 03/04/1911
Mr. Francis E. COLLEY Postmaster 03/18/1972

[page 156]

In 1940 when Francis (Gene) COLLEY was hired as clerk, the office hours were 7:30 AM to 6 PM Monday through Saturday.

[page 157]

During WWII, Gene COLLEY, Clerk & Boyd EVERSOLE were both drafted into the Army.  Winnie Wright BRACK served as acting clerk and later acting postmaster and Dowdy SHOEMAKER served as acting postmaster.  Gene COLLEY and Boyd EVERSOLE returned to their positions at the post office in December 1945.

[page 159]

Walter S. MILLER, postmaster in 1911 was Gene COLLEY’s grandfather.  Gene COLLEY was appointed postmaster in 1972 where he served until his retirement, December, 1978.

[page 245]


Mr. & Mrs. J.D. SNYDER and family of eight children moved from the Mt. Zion neighborhood to their new home in northeast part of Lowry City, March 13, 1904.  The roads were so muddy some of the children got out and walked to their new home on the hill.  They were riding in the “surrey with the fringe on top.”

After moving to Lowry two more boys (Uel and H.D. “Tat”) were added to the family – making five girls and five boys.

J.D. SNYDER loved mules and “The SNYDER Mules” were known all over Missouri as well as other states.  Many blue ribbons were taken at the State Fair and smaller fairs.  He was also a cattleman.

Mr. SNYDER was also a community worker.  He helped organize the Farmers State Bank of which he was President; and the Farmers Exchange now known as M.F.A.  He was President of the Farmers Mutual Insurance Co. for many years and served on the school board for several terms.  He owned several farms in St. Clair and Henry Counties.  Mr. SNYDER died in 1942.

Mrs. SNYDER loved her family and liked to sew for them as well as many neighbor girls.  She helped several girls with their dresses for graduation.  She enjoyed cooking and never knew how many would be sitting at her table before the day ended.

They had ten children, five boys & five girls:

Mary married Wm. BUNCH.  They had nine children: Opal L. married Paul NICHOLS.  Leo Clifford married Martha M. YOUNG.  Anna married Chuck MINICK, her second marriage was to Robert HORN.  Ray married Joyce PATSKI.  Winford G. married Arthur S. JONES.  John H. firt married Goldena RAY (later divorced).  Irene C. married Thomas E. JONES.  Gene L. married Effie Blanch DAVIDSON.  Lena L. married Durwood SCOTT.

Emma A. married Lee Gaines CHARLES.  They had four children: Edison L. married Doris LONGCOR; Lucille married Glen BANTA; Evelyn married Walter SHIPLEY; Ermalee married Boyd E. CAMPBELL.

Lora L. married Carl A. STEHWIEN.  They had four children: Dennis S. married Mary Ann CALIFF; John Daniel married Geraldine HAWKINS; Elva M. married Vicotr MANSKE; Bette J. married Donald D. RICE.

Pearl I. first married McCLAIN.  Divorced and married (the second time) Treo WITTY.

William Orr married Grace DELOZIER.  They had three children: Annabell married Kenneth RUFENACHT.  Thelma Byrdeen married Otis H. BLACKWELL.  Billie J. married Cletis D. MURPHY.

John Thomas married Undean PARK.

Lula May married Edwin Lyle MITCHELL.

Joseph Charles married Eula FEASTER.

Uel Hadley married Janet NESBIT.

Howard Dale (Tat).

There are about 200 direct descendents (grandchildren, great grandchildren, great, great grandchildren).

Bette STEHWIEN RICE, granddaughter of J.D. and Anna SNYDER now lives on the old family farm.

[page 267]

WEARS Family

John T. WEARS, the first member of the family to reside in Lowry City, was born in Newcastle, VA. in 1837.  He came to Missouri in 1860 and Mary E. RANEY, who was born in Louisville, Ky.

John T. WEARS was a veteran of the Civil War serving for three years in Company “C”, 7th Regiment, Missouri Calvary.  He had a brother serving in the Confederate Army who was killed in action; consequently, relationships with his family in Virginia were broken, and never resumed.

Mary RANEY WEARS united with a Baptist church in 1862 and John T. WEARS united with the church in 1868.  They were members at Tebo Baptist which they joined in 1904.  They continued in fellowship with the church until Mary WEARS death in 1919 and John WEARS death in 1930.

John T. and Mary WEARS had eleven children; two dying in infancy.  All, or most of the others, lived in Lowry City at some time in their young adult lives.  One son, Thadeus, was in the insurance and real estate business for many years in Lowry City.  The youngest child, Fred, was a barber in Lowry City for many years until his death in 1957.

Fred W. WEARS was born in Mt. Zion, Mo. and married Mary J. CARVER who was born in Roscoe, Mo.  During their married life they moved away from Lowry City several times, returning the last time in 1945.

Fred W. and Mary WEARS had five children, all born in Lowry City.  The first born was Doris WEARS COLLEY, who now lives in Ocean Park, Wa.  Next born was Leo Glenn who retired from the Marine Corps and now lives Ocotillo, CA.  Followed by Helen WEARS JUCHET who now lives in Raytown, Mo.  Next born was John E. WEARS who retired from AT & T and lives in Kansas City, Mo.  The last born was Harold G. WEARS who retired from the Kansas City, Mo. Police Department and lives in rural Lowry City.  All of the five children, except John, graduated from Lowry City High School; John graduated from Northeast High School in Kansas City, Mo.

Harold G. WEARS married Gloria R. HADSALL, a transplanted Iowan and graduate of Lowry City High School in 1952.  They have two children; Thomas G. WEARS, a naval submarine officer, who resides with his wife and three children in Virginia Beach, VA., and a daughter, Ann WEARS MULVIHILL who resides in Washington D.C. where she and her husband are employed.

While we cannot recount a 125 year relationship with Lowry City we can trace an interest and involvement spanning 100 years.  Fred WEARS served a term as Mayor of Lowry City and it is believed it was during this time, or possibly later with his help, the first sign with the motto “Where the Ozarks Meet the Plains” was erected.

Obituary of Mary E. Wears

15 May 2008 Leave a comment

Source: “Obituary [of Mary E. Wears],” unidentified 1919 newspaper clipping from the papers of Carol Lee Mattocks.


Mary E. WEARS, after a long illness, passed away Friday morning at her home in Lowry City, surrounded by her husband, John T. WEARS, and all of her children, except one son, R.J. WEARS, of Arizona, who could not get here in time.

The deceased was born in Washington county, Kentucky, January 16, 1845, and died at her home in this city March 7, 1919, at the age of 74 years, 1 month and 21 days. She has been a resident of this city for over twenty years. In 1862 she joined the Baptist church and had been a member ever since. She was united in marriage to John T. WEARS of Henry county, Missouri, March 26, 1862. To this union were born twelve children of whom nine are now living: Six sons, E.T. of Lewis, Kansas; G.W. of Higgins, Texas; J.G. of Eclar, Texas; R.J. of Arizona, and T.S. and Fred of Lowry City; and three daughters, Mrs. Mattie MARSH and Mrs. Minnie BARBER of Kansas City, Missouri, and Mrs. Uilla BAGLEY of Lowry City.

Though ill for a long time preceding her death Mrs. WEARS bore her suffering without a murmur.  Everything that loving hands could do was done to help relieve her suffering but all in vain, and she quietly passed away.

Rev. W.S. WEIR of Adrian, Mo., an old-time friend of the family preached her funeral Saturday at the Baptist church to a large concourse of her friends and neighbors, and she was tenderly laid away that evening in the Barnett cemetery.

The many friends of the WEARS family will extend their heartfelt sympathy to them in their bereavement.



We thank the neighbors and friends for their kindness shown during the sickness and death of our dear beloved mother.

John T. WEARS and Children.

Letter from Dorothy Clanton Phillips

5 May 2008 Leave a comment

Source: Dorothy Clanton Phillips to Carol Lee Mattocks, 7 January 1996.

Dear Ms. Mattocks:

I am a volunteer at the Hopkins County Genealogical Society Library in Sulphur Springs, Texas. I also am doing research on the Colter family. Colters are my relatives. My husband and I went to Salt Lake City, Utah (Morman Library) and found the name of Falicia Coulter on the computor. At first I didn’t think Falicia could be any relation, because I had not found her on the Census. Looking again at the 1850 Census, Washington County, Kentucky, I found her (Falicia) married to Andrew Jackson Raney and living next to Isaiah Colter (my ggg grandfather). They are on page 167, family number 524 and 525. I am sending you a copy of the 1850 census and family group sheets on the Colter’s. Isaiah Colter and Rosanna Burris (Burress) Colter are buried in a family burial ground owned by Coulters in 1996 near Willisburg on the old Mackville Road. My sister and I saw the stones (can’t read names) in a field with large bales of hay on top of them.

I found the information about the burial place for Isaiah Colter and Rosannah at the Filson Club Library in Louisville, Kentucky. My sister and I have made three trips (1994, 1995, and 1996) to kentucky. There is a lot of information about the Colters in the Courthouse at Springfield, Kentucky.

My family connections to the Colters are:

Isaiah COLTER – Rosannah BURRIS (BURRESS) ggg grandparents
Thomas COLTER – Caroline LANHAM gg grandparents
Burnette COLTER – M.H. KIMBERLIN g grandparents
Margaret KIMBERLIN – V.E. SEWARD grandparents

I am sending you some copies of things that I have on the Colters. I hope this will help you in your research. If you have anything that I don’t have, please send me a copy of it. I will get a copy to my sister who lives in Oklahoma. She is a half-sister on my mother’s side. We have different fathers. Her name is Alice Joyce Thomas Ellington.

Dorothy Clanton Phillips
Dorothy Clanton Phillips

P.S. Falicia had to be Andrew Jackson RANEY’s first wife. The chilren were born while still in Kentucky & before the children born to Susannah.

1850 Kentucky Federal Census Washington County

Family # Age Sex Value of Real Estate Where Born Page
525 RANEY, A. Jackson 35 M $400 KY 167
RANEY, Falicia A. 27 F KY
RANEY, James 10 M KY
RANEY, Mary Elizabeth 5 F KY
RANEY, Rosebelle 3 F KY
RANEY, Isaiah 1 M KY
*COLTER, Thomas 8 M KY

*Thomas Colter may be Rowan Colter’s son. He was the brother of Falicia A. Colter and Thomas Colter.

524 COLTER, Isaiah 167

See family group sheet for Isaiah Colter for the rest of the family.

Andrew Jackson Raney and Falicia A. Colter Raney had moved to Missouri by the time the 1860 Census was taken.

Tilson Club Library – Louisville

Descendants of Catherine Donaldson Hannay grandaughter of James Stanley [Stanbery?] Logan and Ludlow S. Petty.

Born: Jan. 6, 1777
Died: July 30, 1864
His Tombstone is inscribed – “Erected by the children of Thomas Colter Sen.” It is in graveyard near Willisburg, on the Mackville Road out of Springfield, Washington Co., Ky.
Born: 1789
Died: 1863
(Ref: Tombstone at Colter Graveyard near Willisburg, Ky.)
Was administrator of his son, Thomas COLTER Sen. (brother of Rowan)
Married: April 16, 1818
(Ref: Marriage Book Springfield, Washington Co., Ky., page 176.)
They had –
Born: 1824
Died: 1856
Married: Oct. 15, 1844
They had
2. LEVI C.
4. ZAY (Isaiah)
5. TOM

Papers of Thomas Colter deceased _____
Administrator of his brother, Rowan Colter, deceased, this Oct. 19, 1864.
(Book “N”, page 376….)

Settlement of the accounts of Thomas Colter, Gdn. For —

  • Rosa Jane Colter, orphan of Rowan Colter Dec’d Book “L”, page 191.
  • Sabra H. Colter, page 192.
  • Josephine Colter, page 193.
  • Elizabeth Colter, page 194.
  • Thomas Colter, page 196.

All children of Rowan Colter.

son of Isaiah, Senr. and brother of Thomas, Senr.
Born: Jan. 18, 1808.
Died: Sept. 15, 185__.
Buried in the graveyard on Salt River near Pleasant Valley Church Gee, Route #1.
Born: April 17, 1821 [? blurred copy]
She was the daughter of John Morgan and Jane his wife.
They had –
Name on monument in the Court House yard,
Lawrenceburg, Ky.
Born: March 31, 1843
Died: Feb. 6, 1865
Killed during the Civil War in a near Greens Chapel on Salt River, Anderson Co., Ky.
Confederate Soldier – killed in Civil War
– Unmarried –

Settlement of C.R. Craycroft, Admr. of Thomas Colter, decd. Gdn. for Sabra H. Colter, etc. May-July, 1866.

It is stated that Rowan Colter’s settlement is on file in Anderson County, Ky.

(Ref: Book “N”, page 79, Springfield, Washington Co., Ky.)

After Craycroft’s settlement it appears W.H. Morgan of Anderson County is Gdn. of Thomas Colter, and N. Harris, Anderson Co. is Gdn. of Elizabeth and Rosa J. Colter, Oct. 2, 1866.

(Ref: Book “N”, pages 80-86)

(See Petty Record page 11)

[abstract of] FAMILY GROUP SHEET (1996)

ISAIAH COLTER (COULTER) b 6 Jan 1778 NC, d 30 Jul 1864 Willisburg, Washington Co., KY, bur graveyard near Willisburg, Old Mackville Road, Washington Co., KY, res nr Willisburg, Washington Co., KY, occupation farmer, m 16 Apr 1818

ROSANNAH BURRIS (BURRESS) b 1781 or 1789 NC, d 1863, bur same as Isaiah, res same as Isaiah, housewife.

(1/M) ROWAN COLTER b 18 Jan 1808 KY, d 15 Sep 185__, m Sabra MORGAN.
(2/M) THOMAS COLTER b 1820, m 15 Oct 1844 Caroline LANHAM.
(3/F) FALICIA A. COLTER b 1823 Wash Co., KY, d 22 Mar 1930 Lowrey City, MO, m 1838 Wash Co., KY, A. Jackson RANEY.

NOTES: In Isaiah’s will 3-23-1870, Courthouse, Springfield, KY, he left money to following grandchilren: Preston Colter, Levi Colter, Burnette Colter, and Isaiah Colter; witness M.H. Kimberlin.

[abstract of] FAMILY GROUP SHEET

ROWAN COLTER b 18 Jan 1808, d 15 Sep 185–, son of Isaiah COLTER & Rosannah BURRIS (BURRESS), m

SABRA MORGAN, dau of John & Jane MORGAN.

(5/M) ISAIAH (ZAY) COLTER b 31 Mar 1843, d 6 Feb 1865, killed in Cvil War.
(6/M) THOMAS COLTER**, killed in Civil War.

** This could be the Thomas COLTER that is living with the RANEY’s in the 1850 Federal Census, Kentucky, Wash. Co.

[abstract of] FAMILY GROUP SHEET (1996)

THOMAS COLTER b 1820 Wash Co., KY, d 1856, son of Isaiah COLTER & Rosannan BURRIS (BURRESS), m
15 Oct 1844

CAROLINE LANHAM b 1824-1825 Wash. Co., KY.

(1/M) PRESTON COLTER*** b 19 Jul 1845 Wash Co., KY, d 18 Sep 1873, bur Mackville Cem, Mackville, Wash. Co., KY, m 29 Jan 1866 Wash Co., KY, Mary Bell SHOEMAKER.
(2/M) LEVI COLTER b 1847 Willisburg, Wash. Co., KY, liv 1928, age 81 (obit. of Burnette COLTER KIMBERLIN).
(3/F) BURNETTE COLTER b 28 Oct 1849 Willisburg, Wash. Co., KY, d 29 Jun 1928 Dallas, Dallas Co., TX, bur Ferris Cem, Ferris, Dallas Co., TX, m 24 Nov 1864 Texas, Wash. Co., KY, Martique H. KIMBERLIN.
(4/M) GEORGE COLTER b 1851, Wash. Co., KY, liv 1928, age 77 (obit. of Burnette COLTER KIMBERLIN).
(5/M) ISAIAH C. COLTER b 19 Nov 1852 nr Willisburg, Wash. Co., KY, d by 1928, m Eliza COLTER**.
(6/M) THOMAS COLTER b 1856, d by 1928.

** She lived in Wilmer, TX, in the 1930’s daughter named Ruby.
*** He was a confederate soldier.

[abstract of] FAMILY GROUP SHEET (1996)

ANDREW JACKSON RANEY b 8 Jan 1816, d 31 Mar 1895 Tightwad, MO, bur Tebo Cem, res KY & MO, m 1838

FALICIA A. COLTER b 1823 Wash. Co., KY, d 22 Mar 1930 Lowry City, St. Clair Co., MO, res KY & MO.

(1/M) JAMES RANEY b 1840.
(2/F) MARY E. RANEY b 16 Jan 1845 Wash. Co., KY, d 7 Mar 1919 Lowry City, St. Clair Co., MO, m 26 Mar 1862 Calhoun, Henry Co., MO, John Thomas WEARS.
(3/F) ROSEBELLE RANEY b 1847 Wash. Co., KY, m William BUNCH.
(4/M) ISAIAH RANEY b 1849.
(5/M) THOMAS COLTER** b 1842. “This could be Rowan’s son”.

** Living with the RANEY’s in 1850 see 1850 Wash. Co. Federal Census, KY. They are living next to Isaiah
COLTER page 167 – Family number 524 and 525.

[abstract of] FAMILY GROUP SHEET (1996)

MARTIQUE (MORDICA) H. KIMBERLIN b 12 Apr 1837 Wash. Co., KY, d 25 Oct 1898 Evansville, Vanderburgh Co., IN, bur Evansville, son of Jacob F. KIMBERLIN & Juliana DAUGHERTY. Martique res KY, TN, IN, occupations farmer & preacher, member of Cumberland Presbyterian, had a bladder infection, m 24 Nov 1864 Texas (nr Springfield), Wash. Co., KY,

BURNETTE COLTER b 28 Oct 1849 Willisburg, Wash. Co., KY, d 29 Jun 1928 Dallas, Dallas Co., TX, bur Ferris Cem, Dallas Co., TX, dau of Thomas COLTER & Caroline LANHAM. Burnette res KY, TN, IN, TX, a housewife.

(1/M) H. POINDEXTER KIMBERLIN b 25 Dec 1868 Texas, Wash. Co., KY.
(2/M) N. GEORGE KIMBERLIN b 10 Jul 1873, d 24 Sep 1873.
(3/M) GEORGE H. KIMBERLIN b 18 Apr 1874, d 9 Jun 1894.
(4/F) MARGARET C. KIMBERLIN b 14 Jul 1878, d 3 Jul 1928 Dallas, Dallas Co., TX, bur Grove Hill, Dallas, Dallas Co., TX, m 28 Oct 1898 Vivien E. SEWARD.
(5/M) WILLIAM B. KIMBERLIN b 16 Sep 1881 Lebanon, Wilson Co., TN, d 8 Jul 1943 Ferris, Dallas Co., TX, m 24 Apr 1917 Ferris, Dallas Co., TX, Hattie WELCHER.
(6/F) DOLLIE KIMBERLIN b 16 Dec 1883 Lebanon, Wilson Co., TN, d 9 Dec 1957 Wilmer, Dallas Co., TX, bur Wilmer, Dallas Co., TX, m 13 Jul 1912 Ferris, Dallas Co., TX, Wallace LLOYD.
(7/M) MAURORY KIMBERLIN b 16 Dec 1884 Lebanon, Wilson Co., TN.
(8/M) HALBERT H. KIMBERLIN b 20 Apr 1886 Lebanon, Wilson Co., TN, bur Dallas, Dallas Co., TX, m 12 Jun 1927 Dallas, Dallas Co., TX, Maude D. LITTLEFIELD.
(9/M) JOHN F. KIMBERLIN** m 9 Jun 1895 Ada DRUNUE.

For some reason he was considered the black sheep of the family. I do not have any aditional information about him, except that my mother Lillian Louise SEWARD CLANTON THOMAS told me that she and her family visited him one time. He lived out of state, maybe chicago, Ill.

Descendants of John Thomas Wears and Mary Elizabeth Raney Wears

4 May 2008 Leave a comment

Source: [Ray or John Roy Barber], Descendents [sic] of John Thomas Wears and Mary Elizabeth Raney Wears…, genealogical notes in the possession of Carol Lee Mattocks, originally prepared by either Ray or John Roy Barber.

Descendents of John Thomas Wears and Mary Elizabeth Raney Wears, married in Henry Co., Missouri, March 26, 1862. John age 25, Mary age 17.

John Thomas Wears, born Nov. 13, 1837, died March 22, 1930.

He was born in New Castle, Craig County, Virginia. He came to Missouri in 1860. In 1868 he united with the Tebo Baptist Church, later to Peaceful home and to Mt. Zion, from Mt. Zion to Lowry City Baptist Church. He was in the Civil War having served 3 years in Company ‘C’, 7th Regiment, Missouri Calvary. He was a member of Post Number 238, of the Grand Army of the Republic, Lowry City, Mo. He is buried in the Lowry City, Missouri cemetery.

Mary Elizabeth Raney Wears, born January 16, 1845, died March 7, 1919

She was born in Washington County, Kentucky. Her Mothers maiden name was Coulter. Her father J.C. Raney was born in Louisville, Kentucky, January 8, 1816. Died March 31, 1897. He is buried in Tebo Cemetery close to Tightwad, Mo. Mary joined the Baptist Church in 1862. She is buried in the Lowry City, Cemetery.

Their children

Euild Thomas Wears born March 2, 1864, died Oct. 16, 1942, buried at Stafford, Ks.
He married Mary Snyder. Their children- Estus, Ada, Myrtle, Uel, Ellis.

Thaddeus Sheridan Wears born Feb. 18, 1866, died Dec. 30, 1949. Buried at Lowry City.
He married Clara J. Martin. Their children-Pearl, Essie, Lola, Mary, Goldie

John Henry Wears born May 2, 1867, died April 2, 1868.

Minnie Belle Wears born Oct. 12, 1868, died March 4, 1946. Buried ar Lowry City.
She married Perry Barber. Their children-Weir, Tom, Ray, John Roy, Moine, Garnett

Mattie Amelia Wears born August 5, 1870, died Nov. 11, 1952. Buried at Lowry City.
She married Henry Mersch. Their children- Loie, Ralph, Grace, Henrietta, Chloe, Pauline, Irene, and Geneieve

Mary Elizabeth Wears born 1872, died March 6, 1874.

Roy Jackson Wears born Oct. 1875, died Sept. 15, 1940. Buried at Hemet, Calif.
He married Mayme. No children.

Uilla Susan Wears born April 10, 1879, died Feb. 18, 1969. Buried at Lowry City.
She married William Bagley. Their children- Comer and Mildred.

James Garfield Wears born March 26, 1881, died 1950. Buried in Hemet, Calif.
He married Estelle. Their children- Cloris, Edith, Dale.

George Wears born April 3, 1883, died Oct. 6, 1948. Buried at Lowry City.
He married Maude. No children.

Frederick William Wears born May 4, 1887, died June 28, 1957. Buried at Lowry City.
He married Mary Carver. Their children-Doris, Glenn, Helen, John, and Harold.