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Thursday, January 19, 2012

Marshall family Continued

(Ugh blogger is being a pain, after I copy/paste something, it refuses to go to next line)
So Anyway, back to Eula, I found a *mystery* about her today, I am sure it was no mystery to anyone, especially the family.  But we as outsiders (of course) did not know this.
Cave and Eula married in 1923 in Moberly, Mo.  But prior to that, Eula was married to a Claude Littrell, (I would say between 1920-1921) and they had a son together, Calvin Littrel.
Calvin was born 1923, and died 1987.  Mom says she had never known about Claude or Calvin, but Im not really surprised, if perhaps Eula and Calvin weren't that close, or you know family relations are, one misunderstanding and you don't talk again for another 50 years.  We never know.
I am including Calvin in my (paper) files, because he was someone within the family, but as for putting him on anything online, well, he will only be on the blog, as something for me to think about.
Okay, what else (trouble) can I find, heh!

This is Cave and Eula's son, I don't remember ever meeting him, but I remember my parents talking about him.

Name of Deceased: Vernon C. Marshall
Gender: M (Male)
Age at Death: 84
Death Date: 15 Feb 2009
Obituary Date: 16 Feb 2009
Newspaper Title: Mexico Ledger
Newspaper Location: Mexico, MO, USA
Birth Date: 16 Apr 1924
Birth Place: Mexico
Residence (at time of death): Mexico
Spouse's Name: Agnes Stone
Parents' Names: Cave and Eula Bell (Kellerhals) Marshall; Linda Marshall and
Childrens' Names: Bruce Marshall and Merri Lea of Lees Summit. He; Linda Marshall
Siblings' Names: Betty Jean Gamblin; George Marshall of Columbia. In
Marriage Date: 18 Nov 1945
Number of Grandchildren:

 
 
 
 
 
 
GAMBLIN, Betty Jean (MARSHALL); 81; Moberly MO; Columbia D-T; 2008-1-24; cfoley
This is Cave and Eula's daughter, I vaguely remember my mom saying that Cave
and Eula had about 5-7 kids (or sons).  But I don't know everyones names or 
details. 
 
Charles Harrison Stone, 76, of Martinsburg, passed away at 3:20 a.m. Tuesday, May 25, 2010 at Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans’ Hospital in Columbia, Mo.
Visitation will be held from 5–8 p.m., with a Prayer Service at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, May 27, at the Myers Funeral Home in Wellsville.
Funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m., Friday, May 28, at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Martinsburg. Father Greg Oligschlaeger will officiate. Mrs. Margie Wieberg will serve as organist. Soloist will be Vanessa Brink.
Burial with Full Military Honors will be in St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, south of Martinsburg. Serving as pallbearers will be Mitchell Aulbur, Jason Erdel, Dustin Griffin, Jon Robbins, Mark Robbins and Mike Stone. Honorary pallbearers will be Harold “Hap” Folta, Doug Hardesty, Cleve Harris, Bruce Marshall, Don Poole and David Stone.
Mr. Stone was born on July 13, 1933, in Wellsville, Mo., a son of Harry Peterson and Mary Ellen Rice Stone.
On June 9, 1956, at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Martinsburg, he married Priscilla Ann “Pat” Pearl.  They shared 53 wonderful years together and were the parents of 4 children. Charles and Pat have lived at their present address for the past four years after moving from their farm in rural Martinsburg where they had resided since 1975.
Charles served his country faithfully for over 20 years in the military. He was in the United States Army, entering on July 29, 1950 and being honorably discharged on July 31, 1970. He served in both the Korean War and Vietnam War. While in the Army, Charles received a Bronze Star Medal; Air Medal; Army Commendation Medal with 2 bronze oak leaf clusters; Good Conduct Medal, 3rd award; Army of Occupation Medal with Germany clasp; National Defense Service Medal; Korean Service Medal with 3 bronze service stars; Vietnam Service Medal with 1 bronze service star with 1 silver service star; United Nations Service Medal; Republic of Vietnam Campaign Ribbon with Device (1960); Expert Badge with Carbine Bar with Rifle Bar; Parachutist Badge – Senior; Parachutist Badge – Basic and Combat Infantryman Badge 2nd Award with 3 bronze service stars.
After retiring from the Army in 1970, Charles went to work for Community R-6 School in the maintenance department and also was a bus driver. He later worked at C & E Brick Plant in Farber as a shipping supervisor and also at Gamma Road Lodge in Wellsville in the maintenance department.
Charles enjoyed being in the outdoors. He raised some pigs and cows and also liked doing carpentry work. He was an avid St. Louis Cardinals fan. Charles loved all holidays but his favorites were Christmas, Easter and Halloween. He was always known to have a prank or two up his sleeve.   
Charles was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Martinsburg. He was also a member of the American Legion Post 0552 in Martinsburg, Wellsville V. F. W. Post 3056 and Modern Woodman of America.
He is survived by his wife, Priscilla Ann “Pat” Stone, of the home in Martinsburg; three children, Cheryl Ann Stone and Mark Roewe, of Ballwin, Nancy Sue Aulbur and husband, Carl “Corky”, of Martinsburg and Charles “Alan” Stone and wife, Karen, of Martinsburg; six grandchildren and spouses, Danelle Aulbur, of Martinsburg, Deanna and Jason Erdel, of Cameron, Melanie and Dustin Griffin, of Columbia, Mitchell and Ashley Aulbur, of Fulton and Madison Stone and Charley-Ann Stone, both of Martinsburg; four great-grandchildren, Drake Welch and Grace Welch, both of Martinsburg, Kaiden Erdel, of Cameron and Gabrial Griffin, of Columbia; sisters and brothers and spouses, Agnes Ruth Marshall, of Mexico, Harold Paul and Margaret Stone, of Mexico, Joseph Leroy and Betty Stone, of Mexico, Mary Sue “Susie” and Murray Hardesty, of Boonville and James Lee Stone, of Millersburg; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Loren “Shorty” Robbins, of the State of North Carolina, Donna and Willard “Shorty” Swaim, of Martinsburg, Frankie and Gene Stuck-enschneider, of Martinsburg and Bob and Mary Lou Pearl, of Martinsburg, in addition to numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
Charles was preceded in death by his parents; daughter, Katherine Louise Stone; sisters, Helen May Stone and Emma Marie Robbins and brothers-in-law, Vernon Marshall and Jim Pearl.  
             
 


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