|Marriage||01 DEC 19043|
|Birth||02 APR 18791|
|Death||12 SEP 19181|
Cause: railroad accident
John B Clary Died From Injuries
John B Clary, a young farmer residing about five miles east of Lisle, this county, died at Saint Mary’s Hospital in Kansas City, Mo, Thursday night, September 12, 1918 at about 8 o’clock as a result of injuries sustained the day previous, when he was run over by a freight train at Merwin, Bates county.
Mr Clary boarded a freight train at Lisle on Thursday morning with the intention of going to Drexel, where he expected to register in the Selective Service Draft for National Army service, being 35 years of age. The train was a “through freight” not stopping at Drexel, so when Merwin was reached and the train slowed down a bit, Mr Clary jumped off, but, in some manner, slipped, the train running over his left leg, below the knee, almost severing it. Dr BL Phillips of Drexel was called, dressed the wounds and sent the young man on the late morning train to Kansas City, where he was placed in Saint Mary’s Hospital, but all efforts of the physicians and surgeons there were futile.
The injured man also suffered severe internal injuries.
The deceased is survived by a wife and four small children, the family being left if distressing circumstances. Mr Clary has always been considered a sort of freak of nature, in that his heart was located on the right, instead of the left side of his anatomy. He had never been strong, physically, but was always able to work and make a living. It is said that Dr William F George, a former widely known Cass County physician, who is now located at San Benito, Tex, several times offered Mr Clary the sum of $1,000,00 for his body, after death, to be used for dissecting purposes.-Cass County Demo 9-19-18
|Birth||23 MAY 18871 2|
|Death||9 APR 19261|
Cause: tubercular peritonitis
Elsie Elizabeth Sutton, daughter of JB and Isabelle Sutton was born May 23, 1889, just west of Freeman, where she spent most of her life. She was married to Johnnie B Clary December 29, 1904 to this union several children came to bless their home, Ethel (Mrs Jack Parrish) of Kansas City; John, Elmer Lee, Bonnie Irene, Hazel Beatrice, Cornelius L and Lovern William. On September 12, 1918, Johnnie Clary, her husband was killed in a railroad accident and was buried in Osawatomie, Kans. Besides her children, her parents and ten brothers and sisters are left to mourn their loss. Two sisters having preceded her in death. Funeral services were conducted in the Baptist Church, the Rev OA Blaylock officiating. Burial in the Freeman Cemetery.-Cass County Demo 4-15-26
|Children||First Name||Birth Dt||Death Dt||Birth Place||Spouses|
|1+||08 APR 1905||05 JUN 1980||MO||Harvey Stanley Kemper, Homer Burton "Jack" Parrish|
|2||10 SEP 1907||5 OCT 1958||MO||Anna Edna Fensom|
|3+||03 OCT 1909||18 JAN 1970||MO, Cass Co, Freeman||Hazel Christiana Anderson|
|6||10 MAY 1916||05 NOV 1972||MO|
|7||23 DEC 1918||24 AUG 1964||MO|