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Re: Lookin for my dad......
Posted by: Wendy Barry (ID *****1601) Date: April 25, 2002 at 15:32:15
In Reply to: Lookin for my dad...... by Danny Gene Muckelroy of 67

I am sick for you! I hope this helps! Also, you should know that Muckleroy/Muckelroy was originally spelled McElroy, true in my family's case. I thought Kenneth looked familiar, so here goes.

I am hoping you have his middle name wrong but...

Published in Pine Bluff Commercial, March 1, 1978
James Howard Muckleroy, 67, of Star City, died here Tuesday.
He was a retired service station attendant.
Survivors include a son, Billy R. Muckleroy of Benton; two daughters,
Mrs. Mary Lou McHugo of Deer Lodge, Montana, Mrs. Jan Vaughn of Irving,
Texas; two brothers, Classiford Muckleroy of Star City, and *****Kenneth
Muckleroy of Langley Air Forch Base, Virginia; two sisters, Mrs. Ada
Owens and Mrs. Ellen Beckett of Little Rock; and eight grandchildren.
Funeral services were at 2 p.m. today at Griffin Funeral Home Here by
Reverend Gary Thomas. Burial was in Hickory Grove Cemetery near hear.
Pallbearers were John Etue, Frankie Ludlam, Tommy Ludlam, Raymond
Rodgers, Noel Leach and Burl Brockman.
Note: James Howard was (B)8-23-1910 and (D)2-28-1978. He married Miss
Lillie Totty, daughter of J. C. Totty, on 8-15-1936. Book R, Page 465.

Read on!

Published in Pine Bluff Commercial, September 27, 1979
Classiford Curtis Muckleroy of Star City died Wednesday at the Veterans
Administration Hospital in Little Rock.
A lifelong resident of Lincoln County, he was a member of the First
Freewill Baptist Church in Star CIty and had served in the armed forces
during World War II.
Survivors include his wife, Odessa Muckleroy; a brother, ****Kenneth
Muckleroy of Shreveport; and two sisters, Mrs. Ada Owens of Little Rock
and Mrs. Ellen Beckett of Arkansas.
Funeral services are scheduled for 2:30 p.m. Friday at the First
Freewill Baptist Church by Reverend Bob Francis and Reverend Carl
Chesier. Burial will be in Leek Cemetery at Star City by Griffin
Funeral Home of Star City.
Pallbearers will be nephews.
The family requests that memorials take the form of donations to the
Freewill Baptist Church.
Note: Classiford (B) 6-14-1913 and (D) 9-26-1979. Classiford married
Odessa Martin, at Star City, on 9-9-1939. Book T, Page 305. Odessa (B)
9-5-1914 and (D) 3 -26-1995.

Between these he was also listed in Las Vegas and there's one more out of sequence....

Published in Pine Bluff Commercial, May 28, 1966
William Scott Muckleroy, 91, of Star City, died in Little Rock at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. Bill Beckett. He was a retired millwright.
Mr. Muckleroy was born in Mississippi.
He was a member of the Freewill Baptist Church.
Others surviving are his wife, Mrs. Donnie Muckleroy of Star City; three
sons, Classiford Muckleroy of Star City, James Howard Muckleroy of Pine
Bluff and Kenneth Muckleroy of Satellite Beach, Florida; another
daughter, Mrs. Fred Owens of Little Rock; a stepson, Jerry McFalls of
Hot Springs; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Madie Reeves of Hot Springs and
Mrs. Ben Sagel of Festus Missouri; 18 grandchildren; and 22 great
Funeral services will be at 3 p.m. Sunday at First Pentecostal Church of
Star City by Reverend Donald Atkinson and Reverend Carl Cheshire.
Burial will be in Hickory Grove Cemetery by Buie Funeral Home of Star
Note: William was born June 29, 1874 and died May 27, 1966. He was
married the first time to Miss Carey Ann Raley, (B)12-25-1883 &
(D)12-2-1933, at Star City, 4-29-1905,
Book H., Page 275. He was married a second time to Donna Victory
Robbins McFalls, on 6-30-1934 at Star City, Book Q, Page 433. Donna was
(B)10-17-1892 & (D)10-16-1971.

This is a cousin line, I am hoping to connect someday....

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