MISSOURI OBITUARIES

Walter Scott Harrison

Nettie Armeldia Harrison

Jamie Scott Harrison

Logan Lindburgh Harrison

WALTER SCOTT HARRISON
Wright County, MO----Hartville Funeral Home Records

Harrison, Walter Scott: Hartville, MO; died at his home on Apr 3, 1956 at 11 p.m.; farmer; born Jan 25, 1869 in Illinois; s/o Edwin Harrison and Lizzie Gormin; h/o Nettie A. Harrison; 1 son Logan L. Harrison; 5 daughters Phyllis Boyer of Lindsey, CA, Alberta Greathouse of Hartville,Mary Tucker of Fresno, CA, Dean Todd of Mountain Grove, and Dell Southerland of Silver Springs, Arkansas; 2 stepsons Hubert Smith of Huston and Sam Smith of Kansas City; 17 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren.
Burial Durbin Cemetery.

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NETTIE ARMELDIA HARRISON
Wright County, MO----Hartville Funeral Home Records

Harrison, Nettie Armeldia: Hartville, MO; died at her home on Sep 1, 1970 at 7:45 p.m.; housewife; born Jan 3, 1890 in Wright County; d/o William O. Summers and Mary Hickman; widow of Walter; 3 sons Sam Smith, Hubert Smith of Houston, MO and Logan Harrison of Hartville; 5 daughters Phyllis Boyer of Lindsay, CA, Alberta Greathouse of Manes, MO, Mary Tucker of Fresno, CA, Dean Todd of Hartville and Dell Southerland of Fresno, CA; 1 sisterRetia Steffens of Worland, WY; 30 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren.
Burial Durbin Cemetery.

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JAMIE SCOTT HARRISON
Wright County, MO----Hartville Funeral Home Records

Jamie Scott Harrison, son of Logan L. Harrison and Shirley A. Volner Crossland, was born Apr 18, 1972 in Douglas County, MO. He departed this life Sep 5, 1992 in the Ozark Medical Center in West Plains, MO, at the age of 20 years, 4 months and 17 days. He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Walter and Nettie Harrison. Jamie is survived by his father Logan L. Harrison of Hartville, MO; his mother and step-father Shirley and Lewis "Shorty" Crossland of Hartville, MO; his maternal grandparents Orval and Martha Volner of Hartville, MO; his fiance Ericka Moore of Bucyrus, MO; 6 brothers Orval and Ernie Harrison, both of Success, MO, Benny Harrison and Robert Moore, Jr., both of Hartville, MO, Dustin Harrison of Bucyrus, MO, and Logan Lemuel Harrison of Ontario, CA; 6 sisters Jessica Harrison, Lillie, Christina and Robin Moore, all of Hartville, MO, Mary Bennett and Frances Harrison, both of Fresno, CA; several aunts and uncles; as well as a host of other relatives and many friends. He was born in Douglas County but lived most of his life in Wright County and the Hartville area. He was employed by the Tabor Sawmill and also worked at farming. Jamie had made his peace with the Lord and enjoyed attending church. He greatly liked working on cars and doing mechanic work. He also enjoyed drawing and going fishing. The memory of a loving son, grandson, brother, nephew and friend will be cherished by loved ones and all who knew Jamie. Burial Durbin Cemetery.

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LOGAN LINDBURGH HARRISON
Wright County, MO----Hartville Funeral Home Records

Logan Lindburgh Harrison, son of Walter Scott and Nettie Armeldia Summers Harrison, was born Mar 15, 1927 in Hartville, MO. He departed this life Monday, Aug 7, 1995, in Cox Medical Center South in Springfield, MO, at the age of 68 years, 4 months and 22 days. He was preceded in death by his parents; a son Jamie Scott Harrison; a sister Dale Southerland; andtwo half-brothers Dick and Samuel Smith. Logan is survived by 5 sons Benny, Ernie, D. J., and Orval Harrison, all of Hartville, MO, and Logan L. "Buster" Harrison of Ontario, CA; 3 daughters Lillie Moore of Success, MO, Frances Harrison and Mary Bennett, both of Fresno, CA; 4 sisters Alberta Greathouse of Hunter, MO, Clydia Todd of Lebanon, MO, Phyllis
Boyer of Sanger, CA, and Mary Tucker of Fresno, CA; 18 grandchildren; his
companion Sue Simmons of Hartville, MO; a number of nieces and nephews; as well as a host of other relatives and friends. He lived most of his life in the Wright County area, where besides farming, he operated a saw mill and logging business throughout the years. He was also a top rated mechanic and owned a garage in Lebanon for several years. Logan served his country faithfully in the U.S. Army during World War II and the Korean War. He received the Bronze and Silver Stars and the Purple Heart during his service career. He was very close to his family and enjoyed spending time with them. In his spare time he loved to fish and race stock cars. He liked to make things with his hands, was particularly good with metal and was very adept at welding. He also was an inventor. Logan was a loving father, grandfather, brother, and uncle, and was a caring neighbor and friend. He will be fondly remembered and greatly missed by all of his family and many friends. 
Burial Durbin Cemetery.

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