Monday, December 28, 2015

John B Sauls 1862-1916

John B. Sauls was born in Maries County, Missouri, September 7, 1862. On April 26, 1886, he was married to Lucinda Stites, of Maries County. He has lived in Pulaski County for several years.

He was converted before his marriage and has always lived true to God. He will be greatly missed in the Sunday School and church work.

Mr. Sauls was taken to St. Louis on April 7th for medical treatment and died there April 12th. The body was brought to Crocker the next day, accompanied by Mrs. Sauls and a nephew, Charles Nelson.

He leaves to mourn his loss his widow; his adopted son, Andy, and many other relatives and friends.

Funeral services were conducted by Rev. E. M. Vance and interment was made in the Bethany Cemetery—the first grave in the new cemetery.

His relatives who attended the funeral were his wife and adopted son, Mr. And Mrs. Fellar Nelson, Mr. And Mrs. David Stites, Mr. And Mrs. Harvey Baugh, Mr. And Mrs. Johnnie Nelson and children, Mr. And Mrs. Riley Bell and children, Ray Sauls, Charles Nelson, Johnnie Stites, Mr. And Mrs. Jules Jurgens, and C. C. Bell.

The bereaved ones have the sympathy of all in their time of sorrow.

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