Ripley Co mo


Doniphan Oak Ridge Cemetery

Doniphan Ripley Co MO

 Latitude: 36.631N
Longitude: -90.82W

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KANE, Carole Ann Wiley     Feb. 20, 1940 - Dec. 29, 2009     Memorial

KECK, Elmer T.    Feb. 17, 1914 - Feb. 25, 1993
KECK, Mattie Jean Drane    Sep. 23, 1920 - May 15, 2010    Memorial

KEEL, Franklin Theodore     Jan. 8, 1904 - Jul. 20, 1954     MO Death Cert.#28651:  Son of James B. Keel & Martha Mayse (Mayes).  Husband of Willa Keel. Occupation Forest Service Worker; forestry. Informant Willa Keel, Doniphan. Burial Jul 22, 1954.
NOTE: MO Death Cert.#10825 for James Burton Keel (24 Mar 1844 - 1 Apr 1910) shows he is buried at Bardley. He was the son of Joseph Keel (MO) & Marion Dalton (TN). Informant Martha Keel. Burial Apr. 2, 1910.
MO Death Cert.#3352 for Martha Adeline Keel, widow of James, daughter of William Mayes (MO) & Unknown Vineyard (PA) has dates 14 Apr 1864 - 4 Oct 1941. Informant Delia Keel (Bardley MO) and burial at Bardley Cemetery.

KEEL, Hardy     Jan. 16, 1899 - Jun., 1979   NOTE: Found MO Death Cert.#11850 for William Hardy Keel, buried at Salem Church Cemetery in St Francois County. Different dates.

KEEL, Harlan W.    No dates

KEEL, Thelma Brown    No dates

KEEL, Verna M.     May 15, 1912 - Aug., 1981

KEENEY, Amber Rae    No dates

KEITH, Elephet D.    Oct. 26, 1858 - Aug., 1910    "Elephet D. Keith died in a restaurant on South Mill St. Monday evening of fever, buried Tuesday in Oak Ridge. Born Oct. 26, 1858 in Indiana, came to MO in 1870." ~ Prospect-News, August 18, 1910

KELLOGG, George C.    Died Feb. 2, 1899    "George C. Kellogg, age 79 years, died of kidney & bladder trouble at 10 a.m. today (Feb. 2) lived in county 23 -24 years. A broom maker by trade. In Civil War was a private in Co H, Ohio Inf. Member of GAR. Buried at Oak Ridge in "GAR section." ~ Prospect-News, February 2, 1899

KENNEDY, Clyde    Died Nov. 29, 1900    "Little Clyde, 3 1/2 year old son of Rev. & Mrs. R. D. Kennedy, died last Thursday night of typhoid fever. Buried Oak Ridge. Father pastor of Methodist Church." ~ Prospect-News, Dec. 6, 1900

KENNER, Charles Almus   
Feb. 18, 1891 - Feb. 28, 1966
KENNER, Ruby Proctor     Jun., 1904 - Aug. 8, 1989

KIMBERLIN, Dolly    No dates

KIMBERLIN, Hazel L. Woolard    Jan. 20, 1919 - Feb. 8, 2010    Memorial

KIMBERLIN, John B.    No dates    Unmarked Grave    "John B. Kimberlin of Branchville, Ind., died while visiting at his son's home in Jordan Township on Thursday, buried at Oakridge by the Masons." ~ Prospect-News, Sept. 4, 1902.

KIMBERLIN, O. M.    No dates

KIMBERLIN, Romanz    No dates

KIMBERLIN, Woodrow P.     Aug. 29, 1912 - Oct. 22, 1999   

KING, Alta M. Dodd    Jun. 16, 1908 - Sep. 26, 1990
KING, Irvin L.    Jul. 22, 1906 - Jan. 31, 1967

KING, Elizabeth Almedia      Jan. 10, 1935 - Jan. 11, 1935     MO Death Cert.#2590:  Daughter of (looks like) Milur or Milus King (KY) and Ollie May Lowe (AR). Informant was her father. Burial Jan. 11, 1935.

KINNARD, Ralph L     Jun. 1, 1885 - Apr. 28, 1953     MO Death Cert.#19572:  Son of James Kinnard & Sarah McSpadden. Born in Missouri; died at St Louis, City Hospital #1. Husband of Bessie Kinnard. Occupation Clerk in grocery store. Residence St Louis. Informant Evert Kinnard, Doniphan. Removal for burial Apr. 29, 1953.

KIRBY, John Francis    Jun. 13, 1913 - Nov. 2, 2005    Son of Francis Marion Kirby & Mary A. ____.

KIRBY, Jewell Murdock Smithson     Jun. 18, 1905 - Dec. 3, 1989    Daughter of Robert Kelley Murdock & Mary Thomas Keel. Married 1st Claude Ray Smithson; 2nd John Francis Kirby.

KIRBY, Nancy Katheryn    No dates

KITCHENS, Daniel    May 16, 1818 - Jun. 23, 1892    "
Daniel Kitchens, age 74 years, l month, 7days, died 3:15 a.m. Thursday June 23, at the home of his daughter Mrs. G. A. Neal. Came from Tenn. to Stoddard Co. in early 1850's - moved to Poplar Bluff shortly after the War - was elected Mayor when Poplar Bluff was incorporated. Came to Doniphan 8yrs ago - for a number of years had been a member of the C P Church. Death came sudden and as a shock to the community - paralysis came on as he was walking to Mr. Neal'S business - by the time he was brought home he was almost totally paralyzed - went unconscious and died 3:15 am. Leaves 4 children: George W. Kitchens and Mrs George A. Neal (both from Doniphan), Mrs J. S. Kelley, Poplar Bluff and Will D. Kitchens El Paso, Texas - all grown and married. Had been married 3 times: his last wife died 1882. Lived mainly with Mr & Mrs Geo A. Neal. Funeral from C P Church and burial in New Cemetery." ~ The Prospect News, June 24, 1892
KITCHENS, Mary Ann Barbee    1830 - 1870

KITZING, Charles    1874 - Feb. 18, 1910     "Charles Kitzing died Friday of typhoid fever, lived just west of Presbyterian Church with mother, Mrs. Mary L. Hina. Rev. E.L. Rogers officiated, buried Oak Ridge. Age 36."   ~ Prospect-News, February 24, 1910.

KLEEN, Daniel Benjamin 'Ben'    Apr. 15, 1906 - Nov. 15, 1992

KLEEN, Earl Franklin     Nov. 30, 1903 - Dec. 23, 1984    Married 1st) Jean Hogan; 2nd) Vera Baker.

KLEEN, Jean Hogan    1911 - Jul. 27, 1942    1st Wife of Earl Franklin Kleen.

KLEEN, Vera Baker    1911 - 1996    2nd Wife of Earl Franklin Kleen.

NIGHT, Donald Fassett    Dec. 20, 1902 - Dec. 31, 1961    Son of Clarence Knight & Salena V. Flint.
KNIGHT, Mrs. Martha Virginia Atwood    Sep. 15, 1915 - Jun. 4, 1996

KNIGHT, Donald Wayne    Oct. 8, 1941 - Oct., 1981     S/Sgt USAF Vietnam

KNOBLE, Andrew M.    Sep. 30, 1846 - Jul. 5, 1917    Born in Bern, Switzerland. Informant Theodore Knoble, Benton Harbor, Michigan. "Died Thursday morning due to heart failure, A.M. Knobel, age about 70. Came from Chicago about 12 years ago. Left two sons, one in Chicago and one in Michigan. Funeral Saturday with burial in Oakridge. Rev. Foster officiated." ~ Prospect-News, Doniphan, MO, Thursday, July 12, 1917

KNUDSON, Susan    1856 - Jun. 6, 1908    "Mrs. Susan Knudson died in St. Louis last Saturday after an operation for cancer. Came here from home in Douglas, Arizona to visit sister Mrs. Ed Ferguson before going to St. Louis for surgery. Body returned here Saturday, funeral from home of Mr. & Mrs. Ed Ferguson 4 p.m. Sunday, Rev. Swain, C P Church officiated. Buried Oak Ridge, a widow for 10 years, she was 52, had no children." ~ Prospect-News, June 11, 1908 

KOERTGE, Ruth Gladys    No dates    SSDI has several records for Ruth Koertge, but none in Missouri.

KRONENBERG, Golden A. Missick    Jan., 1886 - Jan. 27, 1914    "Killed in California on 27th of January, 1914 was Golden Missick Kronenberg,. She was killed by Albert Boettcher, who in a rage, shot his sweetherart, Mrs. Kronenberg and himself - this happened in Stockton, CA. The two women were in the same room when he fired three shots. Golden was born and raised in Doniphan and was a granddaughter of Reverend and Mrs. V. A. Bell." ~ Published in The Prospect-News, Thursday, 12 Mar 1914.     "Remains of Mrs. Golden A. Kronenberg, who died in Sacramento, California on 27January, was brought to Doniphan by her mother, Mrs. Emma Missick on Friday evening. Burial at Oakridge 2:30 pm Sunday, Rev. Rogers of Baptist Church officiated." ~ Published The Prospect-News, Thursday 21 May 1914




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