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Busby, Samuel S., died 26 Dec 1916, age 72 years 10 mo 4 days. White male married. Born 22 Feb 1844. Father: Stevanus Busby (born NC) Mother: Margaret McClain. Informant: R. L. Holt., Mangum. R. L. Holt, M. D., attended deceased Dec 26, 1916 and death occurred at 6 pm. Cause of death: pneumonia. Burial: Mangum, Dec 27, 1916. Undertaker, J. W. Lovett, Mangum.


THE SOUTH-CAROLINIAN
page 6
Died, in Lexington District, on the 24th July, Mr. Needham Busby, aged 94 years. The deceased spent a long life in an upright way, and was one of that glorious band who fought for the independence [p.6] of his country. View full context


Death Certificate, Merced County, Book 36, page 120
William Sion Busby
Death date: Nov 23 1974
Time: 855 a.m.
Age: 76 yrs
Sex: Male
Marital status: Married
Occupation: Carpenter and Shingler, Contractor x40 yrs, Self Empoloyed
SS# 443-03-8429
Birthdate: Jan 15, 1898
Birthplace: AR
Name and birthplace of Mother: Zola Simmons OK
Name and birthplace of Father: William J. Busby, TN
Name of spouse: Ruth Beaty
Length of stay in county of death: 29 yrs, in CA: 29 yrs
Place of death: Mercy Hospital, Merced
Residence: 1686 Castle Street, Atwater CA 95301
Burial date: Nov 26 1974
Burial place: Winton Cemetery, Winton CA
Fureral director: Ivers and Alcorn
Informant: Mrs Ruth Busby, same address
Cause of death: {A} Myocardial failure x days
{B} Chronic obstructive lung disease x yrs
other: Fracture-left hip >> July 3, 1974, fell at home.


Death Certificate, Merced County, Book 30 page 183
Jerry Busby
Death Date: Aug 6, 1969
Time: approx 4 A.M
Age: 44 yrs.
Sex: Male
Color/Race: White
Marital status: Married
Occupation: Trudcker x 4 yrs, J & L Busby & Sons
SS# 426-24-6016
Birthdate: Feb 21, 1925
Birthplace: Mississippi
Residence: 3275 E. Lathrop Ro, Manteca, CA
Name and birthplace of Mother: Molly Pitts, Miss
Name and birthplace of Father: Hubert Busby Miss
Name of spouse: Leona W. Dye
Length of sty in County of death? minuets, in CA: 23 yrs.
Place of death: Hwy 99 at Owens Creek, Merced
Burial date: Aug 11 1969
Burial Place: Park View Cemetery, Stockton CA
Frneral director: Bergthold Funeral Home, Manteca, CA
Informant: Leona W. Busby, same address
Cause of death: {A} Traumatic injuries including lacerated Liver and massive bleeding in the abdomen.
Solo Truck Accident, place Hwy 99 at Owens Creek, Merced, Truck plunged into creek.


Death Notice
Transcribed by Diana Busby-Knight
From "The Fredonia Daily Herald", Fredonia KS.
Wednesday, February 10, 1937
Surnames have been capitalized to facilitate reading

WELL-KNOWN FARMER DEAD

Daniel BUSBY, New Albany, Passed Away Last Evening

_________ Daniel BUSBY, for thirty-five years a farmer in the New Albany vicinity, succumbed to a heart attack about 7:15 yesterday evening. He was 76 years and 2 days old at the time of death. At press time, the funeral arrangements were incomplete, awaiting word from California relatives, however, the service will be under the direction of the Cason Mortuary.

Mr. BUSBY had suffered of endocarditis for the past two years but seemed in his usual good spirits yesterday. He walked to New Albany about 5:00 that evening and it was about fifteen minutes following his return home that he suffered the heart attack, which resulted in his death.

Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Minnie BUSBY; one daughter, Mrs. Zoe BRILES of Gravette, Ark.; two sons, the Rev. Howard BUSBY of Lamont and Byron HOUSER of the home; three half-sisters and two brothers. Four daughters, one son and a brother reside in California; one brother lives in Colorado and he has two half sisters living in Illinois and one in Missouri. He was also an uncle of Dr. W.S. HALL of Fredonia.


Obituary
Transcribed by Diana Busby-Knight
From "The Fredonia Daily Herald", Fredonia KS.
Tuesday, February 16, 1937
Surnames have been capitalized to facilitate reading

OBITUARY - BUSBY

Daniel BUSBY was born in Shelby county, Illinois, January 7, 1861, and after being in failing health for several months quietly passed away at his home in New Albany, Kas., Tuesday evening, February 9, 1937, at the age of 76 years, 1 month and 2 days. He grew to manhood in Illinois and fifty-five years ago this month came to Wilson county located near New Albany. He spent a number of years in other states but never severed connections with Wilson county or its people.

On October 12, 1899 he was united in marriage to Minnie RADCLIFF HOUSER. To this union were born two children. "Uncle Dan" as he was affectionately known by many was converted and his heart purified by faith at the advance age of 62 years. From this time on he was truly a different man. Old things passed away and lo all things became new. It is a rare privilege to witness a changed life as was his. Those who knew him best appreciated this transformation most.

To him religion was not something to be endured but rather a relationship with divinity that brought joy and peace. Shortly after conversion, he united with the Pilgrim Holiness church and with these people he worshipped through the years. His religious experience can well be summed in the beautiful words of the hymn by Newton:
"Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, That saved a wretch like me, I once was lost but now I'm found, Was blind but now I see."

He is survived in death by his wife, Mrs. Minnie BUSBY of the home, seven children and on step-son, including Howard K. BUSBY of Lamont, Zoe M. BRILES of Gravette, Ark., Mrs. Zennia PAWLEY, Mrs. Violet MAXON, Mrs. Rose ROOT, Forrest BUSBY all of California and Byron R. HOUSER of New Albany; two brothers, J.E. BUSBY of Campo, Colo., A.C. BUSBY of Windsor, Calif.; three sisters, Mrs. Alice SALYER, LaPlata, Mo., Mrs. Nettie DONNEL, Westervelt, Ill., and Mrs. Tory KIDWELL, Shelbyville, Ill.; several grandchildren and many other relatives.

Besides these a great number will miss his familiar figure and cheery words. He had a high sense of honor, was highly esteemed by his friends and therefore leaves a priceless heritage for is loved ones and an excellent reputation among his fellow men. A good man has gone but only as the human race must go.

"He did not aspire to be great, Or to live a life for fame, For better than silver and gold, Is he who has a new name."

"A life of service has ended, The burdens of life are laid down, A Spirit to Him has ascended, Who give to the faithful a crown."

The funeral services were held in the Methodist church at New Albany Friday afternoon, February 12, 1937 conducted by the Rev. Carl Hahn and the Rev. John Philpot, and burial was in the Weakly Cemetery.

"note" The obit cites seven children for Daniel and only lists six. I do see that one daughter is missing from this obit. Her name was Pansy BUSBY WELLS BORBA and she resided in California at the time of his death.


From The Longton News August 15, 1902, Elk County, KS
Transcribed by Dan Durbin
Submitted by Diana Busby-Knight - October 10, 2000

Mrs. Elizabeth E. Johnson was born in Putnam County, Indiana, November 19, 1847, and was united in marriage to Reuben F. Busby November 16, 1871.

To this union were born ten children, three sons and seven daughters, of which two sons and two daughters died in infancy.

She was converted twenty-two years ago and united with the Christian Church, of which she was a member at the time of her death. The dread disease, consumption, took hold about a year ago, but she bore her affliction with great patience. She departed this life August 1, 1902.

"Blessed are they who die in the Lord."


OBITUARY
Transcribed by Diana Busby-Knight
From "The Fredonia Daily Herald", Fredonia KS.
Friday, March 31, 1944

Minnie E., daughter of Samuel and Sarah RADCLIFF, was born four miles west of Fredonia, in Wilson County, Kansas, March 14, 1872. After being in failing health for several months, she quietly passed away at the home of her son, Rev. Howard K. BUSBY at Lamont, March 22, 1944, at the age of 72 years and eight days. Sixty-nine of her seventy-two years were spent in Wilson county. Her mind was rich in memories of pioneer days and the people that braved the hardships of that day to settle the country. In 1891 she was united in marriage to Dr. Frank HOUSER. To this union, one son was born. On Oct. 11, 1899 she married Daniel BUSBY. Their children numbered two.

As a young woman, her contact with Methodism resulted in a definite conversion to the Christian faith. She later failed in her walk with Christ but more than twenty years ago renewed her covenant and lived with her face toward the city of God. Her prayers will ever be a benediction to those who knew her best. Her courage, in the face of death was a thing of beauty and her vision reached over the dark river to a land that's fairer than day. She is survived in death by four children, They are: Byron R. HOUSER of Chanute, Kansas, Howard K. BUSBY of Lamont, Kansas, Zoe BRILES of New Albany, Kansas and Orval JONES, a foster son of Manter, Kansas. There are eight grand children, two great-grandchildren, and many other relatives. She is also survived by one sister, Mrs. Addie HALL of New Albany, Kans.

Her sterling character and unselfish devotion will ever enshrine her memory in the hearts of her loved ones.

The Lord couldn't be here--so He looked for another.
And when He had found her--He christened her Mother.
Mother's gone--Alas! such words
No peace, no comfort, earth affords
Her best to us was always given
God grant--we may all meet in Heaven
A mother's love--much like the Lord's
Is the warmest thing--this earth affords;
Her going leaves us cold and chilled
With a vacant place that can't be filled.
Funeral services were conducted for Mrs. BUSBY in the New Albany Methodist church, Sunday afternoon, with Rev. R.L. Jellison officiating assisted, by Rev. LOSHBAUGH and Rev. POTTENGER. Interment was made in the Weakly cemetery where Rev. BUSBY read the committal and Rev. ISGRIGG pronounced benediction..


FUNERAL NOTICE
Transcribed by Diana Busby-Knight
From "The Fredonia Daily Herald", Fredonia KS.
Friday, March 24, 1944

Funeral services for Mrs. Minnie BUSBY, who died Wednesday at Lamont, will be held Sunday afternoon at 1:30 in the New Albany Methodist church. The Rev. R.J. JELLISON, pastor of the Lamont Pilgrim Holiness church, will officiate, assisted by the Rev. M.L. POTTENGER, minister of the Fredonia Pilgrim Holiness church and the Rev. R.E. LOSHBAUGH, pastor of the Fredonia Church of the Brethren. Interment will be in the family lot in Weakly cemetery, under the direction of Cason Funeral Home. The body will be taken to the home in New Albany at 2 p.m. Saturday.


Transcribed by Diana Busby-Knight
From "The Fredonia Daily Herald", Fredonia KS.
Wednesday, March 22, 1944

Mrs. Dan BUSBY passed away at the home of her son, the Rev. BUSBY, in Lamont, at 1:30 pm today. Her home was in New Albany for many years, but she had gone to the home of her son several weeks ago because of her illness. Funeral services will be held under the direction of the Cason Funeral Home, but as yet the date has not been set.


Elton Ivan Busbee, age 67, of Crestview, Florida passed away Saturday, July 24.1999. He was born in Lockhart, Ala. and had lived in Okaloosa County most of his life. Mr. Busbee attended the Crestview Mennonite Church. Survivors include his wife, June Busbee; one son, Robert Ivan Busbee; three daughters, Susan G. Busbee, Tammy M. and Jennifer: six grandchildren. His Mother, Ottawa Goodwin, two brothers, Glenn Busbee, Gerald Busbee, one half brother, Reese Goodwin.

This appeared in the News Journal dated July 31, 1999.


Alex Busby. His body was shipped from Hutchinson,Kansas to Hope,Arkansas. Cause of death: Pneumonia Nov. 1918. Dr. Mann attending physician. 37 year old white male.


LaCrosse Tribune Obit Index 1907-1935: Ben Busby residence LaCrosse, WI newspaper date 7/15/1925 death in LaX


LABON ANDREWS BUSBY, 66, of Memphis, homemaker and retired employee of International Paper Co., died of cancer and complications from Alzheimer disease Saturday at St. Peter Villa. Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Faith Lutheran Church with burial in Memphis Memory Gardens. Memphis Funeral Home Poplar Chapel has charge. She was a 1950 graduate of Memphis Tech High School. Mrs. Busby, the widow of William B. Busby, leaves a daughter, Vicky Busby Floyd of Nashville; two sons, William B. Busby Jr. of Los Angeles and Gregory Busby of Colorado Springs; a sister, Letrice Andrews of Memphis, and five grandchildren. The family requests that any memorials be sent to Faith Lutheran Church.


Tom Busby, 93 a resident of Miller's Sheltered Care Home, 24 South Line St., died at 8:24 a.m. today, in Marshall Prowning Hospital. He was born January 4, 1881, in Vienna and spent most of his life engaged in farming. He was of the Baptist faith. There are no known living relatives. Graveside services will be held Monday at 1 p.m. at Old Du Quoin Cemetery with Rev. Owen Hunter officiating. Visitation is after 10 a.m. on Monday at Maxton Funeral Home until time of graveside services." DuQuoin Evening Call, 11/15/1974, pg. 8, col 3. DuQuoin, Illinois


Edgefield, SC obit book. Issue of October 29, 1815 Died on the 6th inst. in Edgefield District, Benjamin Busby, a native of Maryland, aged 116 years; he resided in this state 70 years, was perfectly healthy unitl a few days before his death.


Caroline BUSBY, daughter of Rev. Marady BUSBY, died in Shelby Co, Alabama. 18th July 1862, in her 48th year. Source:MARRIAGE AND DEATH NOTICES IN THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1861-1867" Volume 2 by Brent Holcomb


Tommy F. BUSBY (b. 14 Aug 1883 - d. 8 Jul 1885) buried at Providence Baptist Church, Jemison, Chilton Co. Alabama Submitted by Mark F Yost


Mr. Allen Busby, an old citizen of Pulaski Co, living in the vicinity of Blue Springs Church, died on Saturday night, August 3d, after an illness of thirty-three days of typhoid fever. Mr. Busbee was born in South Carolina, October 15 1798, and was in the eighty-first year of his age. He moved from Houston to Pulaski County in 1854, and had been a member of the Primitive Baptist Church for fifty-three years. Source: The HAWKINSVILLE DISPATCH, Hawkinsville, GA Vol 12 #32, Thursday Morning 8 Aug 1878. Submitted by Sandra Riner


J.C.BUZBEE WAS BURIED HERE WEDNESDAY
J.C.Buzbee, whose death occurred in El Paso Sunday night, January 26, was buried in the Coolidge cemetery Wednesday afternoon of this week with Elder Blackmon of Pt.Enterprise conducting the funeral services. In addition to his widow, seven children survive, four sons, Lawson Buzbee, Fort Worth; Zeb Buzbee, Coolidge; Ross Buzbee, McAllen; Otis Buzbee, Marlin; and three daughters, Mrs.P.E. Coker, Fort Worth; Mrs. Chreve, El Paso; Mrs.Ditz, Las Cruces,N.M. Deceased was an uncle to O.R.Cotton, Mrs. Carl Riddell and Mrs. E.B.Brigance of this city. Submitted by Ida Reno


Jefferson Co., Ark. Obits, Oct., 1997 LARRY BUZBEE AUSTIN, Texas--
Larry Wayne Buzbee, 47, of Sheridan, died October 23, 1997, at Austin, Texas. Born September 13, 1950, at Dumas, he was a son of Doris A. Whitehead Buzbee of Dumas and the late Ira Buzbee.
He was a truck driver for Southern Transit and a member of North Main Baptist Church. Other survivors include his wife, Margaret Mosier Buzbee; and two sons, Larry W. Buzbee Jr. of Dumas and Michael L. Buzbee of Sheridan.
Funeral services are scheduled for 10 a.m. Monday at North Main Baptist Church in Sheridan with the Rev. Randy Cross officiating. The body will be cremated. Arrangements are by Buie Funeral Home of Sheridan. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association.


Jefferson County, Arkansas March 1998 Obits - MILDRED OLIVER
Mildred D. Oliver, 66, of Hampton died Saturday, February 28, 1998, at Jefferson Regional Medical Center. She was born November 5, 1931, at Tinsman, a daughter of Troy Edward and Christine Strickland Buzbee. She was a homemaker and a member of Good Shepherd Catholic Church at Fordyce. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charlie Lois "Banty" Oliver, and two sons, Wilbur G. "Sonny" Bunting and Charles Edward Bunting. Survivors include four sons, Gary J. Bunting and William A. Bunting, both of Pine Bluff, Michael A. Bunting of Woodlawn, and Mark S. Bunting of Lubbock, Texas; three daughters, Cathy M. Benjamin of Hampton, Linda G. Spain of Grapevine and Mildred Michele Sowa of Mountain Home; two brothers, E.T. Buzbee and Larry Buzbee, both of Hampton; two sisters, Sue Price of Mobile, Alabama, and Diane Grice of Kingsland; 18 grandchildren, 9 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great-grandchild.
Rosary will be said at 9 p.m. tonight at Benton Funeral Home in Hampton. Graveside services are scheduled for 2 p.m. Monday at Campground Cemetery near Hampton with Father Andy Smith officiating.


Porterville obituaries 1890 to 1996
BUSBEE         OSA OLA (MRS)            95   1996    OCT 7,9
BUSBEE         CLAUDE S                 78   1971    JUN 8,9,10,11
BUSBEE         LAFAYETTE B              80   1972    APR 5,6,7
BUSBY          KENNETH CLAIR            34   1952    JUN 16
BUSBY          RILEY MEREL `PREACHER'   67   1984    APR 25


Miscellaneous Obituary Index from the Pensacola News Journal
BUSBEE Ella 88 24 Jul 1954
BUSBEE Mrs. Beuna M. 56 06 Mar 1954
BUSBY Rudolph 70 07 Oct 1997
BUZBEE Ruth Jane 66 28 Dec 1997


INDEX OF OBITUARIES FROM THE PENSACOLA NEWS JOURNAL 
BUSBEE, Jr., Thomas Jefferson "Buz     68   Pace, FL  1994-9-13





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