Note: Jeannie Finch, firstname.lastname@example.org July 2001 Ancestry.com World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Name: William Bryan Havens County: Sullivan State: Missouri Birth Date: 1 Nov 1897 Race: White FHL Roll Number: 1683933 DraftBoard: 0
Ancestry.com Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002 Name: Beulah Bauswell Marriage Date: 27 Aug 1919 Marriage Location: Milan, Sullivan, Missouri Marriage County: Sullivan Spouse Name: William Bryan Havens [Willian Bryan Havens
1900 US Census Missouri, Sullivan Co., Pleasant Hill. SD 2, ED 158, Sheet 10A. 22 June 1900. 188 188. havens, William H., head, whtie, male, Sept 1863, age 36, married 13 yrs, IN KY KY, farmer. Laura E., wife, white, female, Feb 1870, age 30, married 13 yrs, 7 births 7 living. KS IL IL. Leon, son, white, male, Mar 1888, age 12, single, MO IN KS. Ethel J., daughter, white, female, May 1889, age 11, single, MO IN KS. Sheet 10B. Andrew T., son, white, male, Aug 1891, age 8, single, MO IN KS. Harry A., son, white, male, June 1894, age 5, single, MO IN KS. Olga, daughter, white, female, Apr 1896, age 4, single, MO IN KS. William B., son, white, male, Nov 1897, age 2, single, MO IN KS. Leona A., daughter, white, female, May 1899, age 1, single, MO IN KS.
1910 US Census Missouri, Sullivan Co., Pleasant Hill. SD 2, ED 169, Sheet 7B. 29 & 30 April 1910. 129 131. Havens, W.H., head, male, white, age 47, married once for 24 yrs, IN KY IN, farmer, general farm. Larua E., wife, female, white, age 40, married once for 24 yrs, 18 births 12 living, KS IL IL. Earnest L., son, male, white, age 22, single, MO IN KS, laborer, home farm. Andrew ?., son, male, white, age 18, single, MO IN KS,laborer, home farm. Harry M., son, male, white, age 15, single, MO IN KS, laborer, home farm. Olga L., daughter, female, white, age 14, single, MO IN KS. William B., son, male, white, age 12, single, MO IN KS, Laborer, home farm. Leona E., daughter, female, white, age 10, single, MO IN KS. Nellie F., daughter, female, white, age 9, single, MO IN KS. Annie L., daughter, female, white, age 8, single MO IN KS. Olivia H., daughter, female, white, age 6, single, MO IN KS. Eunice P., daughter, female, white, age 5, single, MO IN KS. Samuel P., son, male, white, age 1, single, MO IN KS.
1930 US Census Missouri, Sullivan Co., Pleasant Hill. ED 106-18, SD 3, April 2, 1930. 12 12. Havens, William B., head, rent, male, white, age 31, married at age 21, MO KY KS, farmer, general farmer. Bulah, wife, female, white, age 30, married at age 20, MO VA MO. Bauswell, George, father-in-law, male, white, age 74, married at age 26, VA VA VA.
WILLIAM BRYAN "BUGE" HAVENS: W.B. HAVENS PASSED AWAY SUDDENLY,MAY 8 William Bryan Havens, son of William Henry Havens and Laura Ellen Long Havens was born November 1,1897, near Browning, Missouri, and passed away suddenly on May 8,1951,being at the time of his death 53 years,6 months and 7 days. He spent his entire life around Browning. On August 27,1919,he was united in marriage to Miss Beulah Beatrice Bauswell. To this union, two sons were born. One dying in infancy. Surviving him are his wife, and one son, Wendell Delane, of the home. His father and mother, eight sisters and four brothers: Ethel Head, of San Diego, Calif.; Tim, of Stockton, Calif.; Eunice Swank, of Kansas City, Mo.; Philemon of Paris, Mo.; Mrs .Anna Brown and Mrs. Nellie Hubler, of Brookfield; Mrs. Winona Burditt of Milan, Mo.; Mrs .Leona Brown of Cora, Mo.; Mrs. Olga Elliott, Mrs. Hazel Jones, Hilemon and Wilson, of near Browning; hosts of nieces and nephews. One sister and four brothers preceded him in death. Buge as he was commonly called, was a kind and loving husband and father and a neighbor to every one who knew him, ready to help one and all in any possible way. At an early age he was converted. He believed in Christ as his Master. Read his Bible daily, and was a faithful believer until the end. As we loved him so we miss him, He seems the same as yesterday, His face so like to life, so calm, Bears not a trace of the great change Which all of us so dread. In our memory you are near, Loved, remembered, longed for always, Bringing many a silent tear. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon, May 11,1951,at two o'clock at the Methodist Church in Browning, conducted by Rev. E.O. Hobbs in the presence of a large crowd of friends and relatives. Music was furnished by a quartet composed of Mrs. Velma Jennings, J.R. Williams, Mrs. Beverly Moore and James Calhoun, with Mrs.Ila Nevins at the piano. Flower girls were Shirley Swank, Jean Quigley, Betty Havens, Phyllis Brown, Avis Bowyer and Kay Burditt. Bearers were Myron Havens, Vane Swank, Dean Bauswell, Harold Elliott, Bennie Havens and Howard Havens. Internment was made in the Knifong cemetery under the direction of the Wade Funeral Service. Card of Thanks We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation for the many acts of kindness shown us in the death of our loved one, W.B. Havens. Also for the words of sympathy and the beautiful floral offerings. Mrs W.B. Havens and son, Wendell, Mr. and Mrs .W.H. Havens, Sisters and Brothers. (Browning Leader-Record 17 May 1951 1/1)
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