Thirty-two years after the first Chapter of Daughters of American Revolution was organized in Washington, D.C., Marceline Continental Chapter was effected, Nov. 10, 1922, with a membership of twenty-seven.
The first Regent was Mrs. E. W. Gilmore. Present officers are: Gertrude Kincheloe, Regent; Myrl Oldham, Vice-Regent; Iva Nash, Recording Sec’y.; Maxine Buck, Corresponding Sec’y.; Ethel … > More >
The “Children of Pioneers” was organized Sunday afternoon, March 27, 1938, at the Methodist Church by Esther Belle Wheeler. 26 persons, whose parents came to Marceline Township 40 or more years before, attended the meeting, thus becoming charter members. Officers were president, Claude Dail; vice-president, R. M. Wrenn; recording secretary, Mrs. Ruby … > More >
Nancy Jean Dawson, 73, of Macks Creek, MO, peacefully departed this life on September 30, 2015 at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis, MO. She was born March 12, 1942 in Laclede, MO, the daughter of John Eugene Collins and Esther Mae (Stark) Collins.
Nancy was raised on a farm near Linneus, MO and attended school … > More >