QUARLES, Benjamin Lampton
Swindle Cemetery, Shawnee Twp, Henry Co, MO
Clinton Missouri, Jul 12 1902 - Pioneer Passes Away - "B. L. Quarles is dead" was the sad intelligence conveyed to the citizens downtown Friday morning. His spirit was wafted to that home on high at 8:40 Thursday night July 10 and the entire community, wife and children, are left desolate. He had been in failing health since Dec. 7, 1900 when he suffered a stroke of paralysis but was able to be about the house until the 30th of last March when he had a second stroke and since that time has been bedfast. Altho his sufferings at times were unbearable, he was patient and seldom complained tho it was hard to lay aside his business duties, as he was of an active and industrious temperament. Here indeed can be said: "A good man gone." Benjamin Lampton Quarles was born in Overton county, Tenn., May 6, 1826. In 1835, when but a lad of nine, he moved with his parents to Monroe County, Mo. where he was reared and educated. In 1851, he engaged in the mercantile business for himself in Madison, Mo. where for two and one-half years he did a successful business. In 1854, he came to Henry County, where until 1859, he farmed and in the same year was elected county clerk, serving two years. In 1862, he enlisted in the confederate army in Co. K, Second Missouri Cavalry, which company acted as Price's body guard and in which he was second lieutenant. He served until June 1865, when he returned to this city and held a clerkship until the fall of 1869, when he engaged in business for himself and remained in same until elected county clerk in 1874, serving four years. In 1879, he was appointed to fill out an unexpired term as circuit clerk and at the close of that office, in 1880, was elected and served until 1883, when he was again chosen for county clerk. He always made a faithful and conscientious officer, helping the poor by kind, charitable acts. Mr. Quarles was married May 3, 1849 to Miss Sarah E. Young, a Kentuckian whose death occurred in 1852. He was again married March 17, 1853 to Miss Emily Swindell of Monroe County. To them were born five children, three still surviving - Mrs. J. L. Riggins of Weatherford, Texas; Mrs. L. J. Myers of Chicago, and J. E. Quarles of Mineral Wells, Texas. His two daughters were at his bedside but his son was unable to be here at the time of his death, but arrived in time for the funeral. He united with the M. E. Church when but a boy but when he came here being no church of that denomination, he joined the Cumberland Presbyterian Church and has been an elder for a number of years. It was a great privation for him to be unable to attend services and he occasionally told his wife, in a joking way, while lying in bed, that they had better get ready and go to church. He has been a prominent member of the Masonic order since the age of 21 and helped organize nearly every lodge around this place. Laid to rest in the family graveyard at Huntingdale.

QUARLES, John Knox Polk
Englewood Cemetery (Q), Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Clinton MO - Polk Quarles, for whom Quarles north of Clinton was named, died at his room in the Centre Block on the west side of the square about midnight Monday night. His friends, J. M. Spangler and Judge J. B. Redford, were at his bedside ministering to his last earthly wants when the end came. He had been feeling badly about two weeks but only away from his work about a week and bedfast only since Saturday. He was born near Florida, MO, Oct 15, 1844. He came to Henry county in 1874 and settled near Huntingdale. Quarles north of Clinton was named for his family and he is the last one of his family to die. For some time he worked in a Huntingdale store, then about 45 years ago he came to Clinton and was employed as a deputy in the court house. Since then it has been continuous public work. He had never been elected to an office, but during all those years, had held a deputyship or an appointive office in the court house on account of his efficiency. He had served as a deputy in every office in the court house except in the prosecuting attorney's office. He understood every department. He would have made a splendid judge, as he had a clear insight into human nature and his judgement was always fair and just. From the time of his death until his burial the flag was at half mast above the courthouse, as there was real grief among his fellow workers for this faithful servant. The funeral service was beautiful and fittingly held on the court house lawn at the door of his real home--his place of service, Wednesday afternoon. His body was taken to Englewood for burial. He possessed a sense of humor that is seldom met with. He would add a touch of fun to most common place experiences. If he would have cultivated it, he would have won fame such as did his first cousin, Samuel Clemens, Missouri's Mark Twain. Among his possessions were found a postal card from this cousin, Samuel Clemens, with a picture of the Memorial Statue of Mark Twain, erected in Florida, MO.

QUATTTLEBAUM, Ailous Fletcher
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Feb 1 2007 - Ailous Fletcher Quattlebaum, CMSgt. USAF (Ret) of Windsor, formerly of Knob Noster, died Wednesday, January 24, 2007, at Western Missouri Medical Center. He was born in Bee Branch, Arkansas, on September 23, 1927, a son of Jacob and Pearl (Robertson) Quattlebaum. On December 23, 1948, in Fort Worth Texas, he was married to Dorothy L. Gerloff, who preceded him in death on December 28, 1971. To this marriage two sons, Alan Lee and Ailous Fletcher Jr., were born. Mr. Quattlebaum grew up in the Star City, Arkansas, area. At the age of 16 he worked for a company in Little Rock, Arkansas, that built ammunition boxes that were used in World War II. He was drafted in the last draft of World War II and served three months, then enlisted in the United States Army-Air Force in March 1946 and later reenlisted in the U.S. Air Force serving for 23 1/2 years. He worked many years as a radar technician and aircraft maintenance superintendent. He retired from the Air Force in August 1969 and moved back to Knob Noster where he had lived while stationed at Whiteman Air Force Base. After the death of his first wife, he married Verna Childers in Clinton on September 12, 1972. He recognized the need for off-base housing and pursued a profitable hobby of building and refurbishing existing houses in Knob Noster. Together with his wife, he managed and maintained these for 30 years. Mr. Quattlebaum was an alderman on the Knob Noster City Council during the late 1970s. For the past 26 years he has lived on a small farm near Windsor where he raised a few cows and enjoyed gardening. Mr. Quattlebaum was preceded in death by his parents; two sisters; a son Ailous Jr., and stepdaughter Carol Quattlebaum. Survivors besides his wife are a son Alan Quattlebaum and his wife Catherine, Sedalia; grandchildren, Sandra and husband Jon den Ouden of Wichita, Kansas, Charlyn Mason of Sedalia; his only grandson, Mark Quattlebaum, Olathe, Kansas; four great-grandchildren; a brother Jerry Johnson of Star City, Arkansas; a sister Margie Sue Edwards of Grady, Arkansas, and an uncle Adron Robertson of Star City, Arkansas. Cremation. Memorial services will be at Quattlebaum Cemetery in Bee Branch, Arkansas, at a later date.

Shawnee Cemetery, Warsaw, Benton Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Clara Jean Quick, 67, Sedalia, died Saturday, August 3, 1996, at her home in Sedalia. Funeral services will be Wednesday, August 7, at the Reser Funeral Chapel, Warsaw. Burial will be at Shawnee Cemetery, Warsaw. The body will lie in state after 12 noon Tuesday at the funeral home. She was born October 21, 1928, at Kansas City, the daughter of Isaac Newton and Rose Trinkle Engle. She grew up in Kansas City and on December 30, 1945, she was united in marriage to Robert Quick. Following their marriage they made their home in Kansas City where she was employed for Cook's Paint for several years. Later she was employed for United Super in Excelsior Springs where she worked until her retirement. On June 30, 1970, they moved to Warsaw and in 1995 to Sedalia. She is survived by her husband, Robert, of the home; one son, Bobby Quick of Sedalia, and one daughter, Gloria Gregory of Clinton; six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren; two brothers, George Engle of Blue Springs and Norman Engle of Kingston, and one sister, Jenny Knight of Kansas City, Kansas; other relatives and many friends.

QUICK, Harold Eugene
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Apr 15 2011 - Harold Eugene Quick, 72, Warrensburg, died Wednesday, April 13, 2011, at Country Club Care Center. Harold was born March 4, 1939 in Warrensburg, son of Lester B. and Thelma L. (Hensley) Quick. He served in the United States Navy. Following his discharge from active duty, he returned to Warrensburg for several years prior to moving to Kansas. In the mid 1950s, he moved back to Warrensburg. He married Wilma Warner, who preceded him in death. Later, he married Terry (Foutz) Payant, who also preceded him in death. Harold drove a gas truck for Heet Gas in Windsor at one time. Survivors include three stepsons, Robert C. Payant and wife Pam, Texarkana, Arkansas, Russell S. Payant and wife Rhonda, Aledo, Texas, and Ronald H. Payant and wife Amy, Haysville, Kansas; two sisters, Patricia Sutton of Sedalia and Diane Crawford and husband Jim, El Dorado Springs; six brothers, Ralph Quick and wife Sharon, Sedalia, Rodney Quick and wife Vicky, Warrensburg, Gary Quick of Hannibal, Wendell Quick and wife Debbie, also of Hannibal, Gerald Quick of El Dorado Springs, and Basil Quick of Arizona; seven step-grandchildren, Danielle Payant, Brock Jernigan, David Jernigan, Lucas Payant, Rachel Payant, Gabriel Payant and Elizabeth Payant; one step-great-grandchild Kinleigh C. Sanders; a very special aunt, Belle Hensley of Sedalia and also numerous nieces and nephews. In addition to both of his wives, Harold was preceded in death by both parents; seven brothers, Lloyd, Larry, Lawrence, Alfred, Densil, Gayland and Darryl Quick. Funeral services will be Saturday, April 16, at Williams Funeral Chapel in Warrensburg. Cremation will follow the service.

QUICK, Larry G.
Benton Green Cemetery, Center Twp, St. Clair Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Larry G. Quick, 50, El Dorado Springs, died Thursday, November 13, 1997, at his home. He was born in Warrensburg on November 30, 1946, the son of Lester and Thelma Louise (Hensley) Quick. He worked in maintenance at Barrington Manufacturing in El Dorado Springs. He is survived by his wife, Mary Ann, of the home; two sons, Curtis Quick of Lamar and Gene Quick of Lowry City; 12 brothers, Harold Quick of Warrensburg, Ralph Quick of Sedalia, Basil Quick of Louisburg, Louisiana, Al Quick of El Dorado Springs, Galen Quick of El Dorado Springs, Denzil Quick and Rodney Quick of Green Ridge, Gary Quick of Hannibal, Randy Quick of Hughesville, Gerald Quick of Sedalia, Darrel Quick of Kansas City, and Wendal Quick of Hannibal; two sisters, Patricia Sutton of Green Ridge and Diane Crawford of El Dorado Springs, and five grandchildren. Funeral services will be Sunday, November 16, at the Sheldon Chapel in El Dorado Springs with burial in Benton Green Cemetery.

QUICK, Maurice Murray
d: 1902
Page Cemetery, Bogard Twp, Henry Co, MO
Urich Herald-Montrose Tidings, Urich MO, Thursday, Jul 24 1902 - Died Saturday July 19, 1902, Maurice Murray, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Quick. funeral services were held Sunday morning at the house, after which the body was interred at the Morrow cemetery.

QUICK, Robert W.
Shawnee Cemetery, Warsaw, Benton Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Robert W. Quick, 81, Clinton, died Monday, March 22, 1999, at his home. He was born November 27, 1917, at Bunker, Mo., the son of Ralph L. and Tillie J. Davenport Quick. On February 14, 1942, he was inducted into the United States Army, serving overseas in World War II. He was discharged November 29, 1945. On December 30, 1945, he married Clara J. Engle. Following their marriage, they made their home in Kansas City. Later they moved to Excelsior Springs. He worked for R. L. McLaughlin Siding Company for over 30 years, retiring in 1970. In 1970 they moved to Warsaw, where they made their home until 1995, when they moved to Sedalia. In 1996 he moved to Clinton. He was preceded in death by his wife, Clara, on August 3, 1996. He is survived by one son, Bobby Quick of Sedalia; one daughter, Gloria Gregory, Clinton; six grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren; four sisters, Grace Underwood of Florida, Lillian Parker of Greenfield, Edna Hines of Mayesville, Alice Blair of North Kansas City, and LaVerne Tift of Claycomo; other relatives and friends. Graveside services and burial will be held Wednesday, March 24, at the Shawnee Cemetery, Warsaw.

Englewood Cemetery (Q), Clinton, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Apr 10 2003 - Maxine Tillman Quigle, 88, Clinton, died Thursday, February 27, 2003, at the Golden Valley Hospital in Clinton. Maxine Tillman was born July 3, 1914, at the Tillman farm just north of Clinton. Her parents were William Earl Tillman and Aldah Langerhans, both native Henry Countains. Maxine attended Land School for a few years and then attended Franklin School after her parents built a home in Clinton in 1923. She graduated from Clinton High School in 1932 and attended Central Methodist College at Fayette. While working in St. Louis she met Vaughn Eugene Quigle. They were married September 22, 1940, and the years that they spent together in St. Louis were her happiest. After her husband's death in 1973, Maxine returned to Clinton to be near her sisters, Esther Tillman Berry and Billie Mae Tillman Spangler. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church. Although a lady of strong will and determination, Maxine had a kind and generous concern toward anyone in need and she supported many charities. Preceded in death by her parents, husband and two sisters, she is survived by three nieces, Martha Berry Nichols of Clinton, Margaret Berry Conrad of Dayton, Ohio, and Jane Schilling of Cinton. A funeral service was held Monday, March 3, at the Vansant-Mills Chapel in Clinton. Burial was in Englewood Cemetery, Clinton.

Mount Hope Cemetery, Independence, Montgomery Co, KS
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Nov 17 2003 - David L. Quigley, 52, Puxico and formerly of Independence, Kansas, died unexpectedly Friday, November 14, 2003, at the Regional Medical Center in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, November 18, at Potts Chapel, Independence, Kansas, with burial at the Mount Hope Cemetery, Independence. David Lee Quigley was born July 6, 1951, at Independence Kansas, the son of the late Everett Quigley and Peggy (Hopkins) Quigley. He grew up and attended school in Independence, graduating from Independence High School in 1969. He graduated from Independence Community College with an Associate of Arts Degree in 1971 and from Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, Kansas, in 1973 with a Bachelor of Science in Education Degree. He taught at the Augusta, Kansas High School for four years and at Howard, Kansas, for one year. He then accepted employment with Automotive Controls Corp., Independence, where he worked until 2000. He was an associate at Staples in Coffeyville, Kansas, before moving to Missouri in 2002. He was employed with Clinton High School for a time and he was with the Puxico High School at the time of his death. He was a member of the Missouri State Teachers Association, the Boy Scouts of America and the high school band and booster clubs. On May 22, 1971, at Independence, Kansas, he married Judy Sanders who survives of the home. Survivors in addition to the widow, include one son, Nathan Quigley of lndependence, Kansas; one daughter. Melissa Barton, Ft. Knox, Kentucky; one brother, Johnny Quigley, Borger, Texas; three sisters, Carolyn Hare, Independence, Kansas, Alice Sixkiller, Pryor, Oklahoma, and Christine Miner, Wilcox. Arizona.

QUIGLEY, Herbert William "Herb"
Laurel Oak Cemetery (Q), Windsor, Henry Co, MO
Herb Quigley, 85, of Windsor, Missouri, died Monday morning May 14, 2018 at the Windsor Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center, in Windsor. He was born November 26, 1932, in Branch, Mo., the son of Hewie Edgar Quigley and Lillie Mae (Woolery) Quigley. On July 8, 1953 in Windsor, he married Lois Marie Kramer and she survives of the home. Herb Quigley had a wide range of interests. He worked as a police officer, farmed, and owned a consignment shop in Windsor for a number of years. He spent a few years in residential construction, building several homes in Windsor. He built the home that he and Lois shared for 55 years. After retiring from his business, H & L Discount, he filled his days by caring for his grandchildren and tinkering with small engine repair. Herb's hobbies varied outside of work as well. He loved music and dancing. He enjoyed playing the guitar and harmonica as well as singing. He took pride in maintaining his yard. Herb and Lois shared an enthusiasm for bowling. They bowled in leagues and traveled to tournaments together. The entire family liked bowling together on occasion, and Herb was always ready with tips and suggestions for how others could stand, aim, and release the ball. Herb's grandchildren can attest that willing listeners frequently benefited from his bowling advice. Herb's advice was not limited to bowling, but also encompassed fishing, finances, dog training, deck building, and every other topic that husbands, fathers, and grandfathers typically expound upon. Whatever the situation or occasion Herb always had a positive outlook, a smile to share, and a joke to be heard. Of particular note was Herb's unwavering trust in the Lord. No matter the topic of discussion, somehow he would find a way to work in his favorite Bible verse as the ultimate and final word on any topic: "Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct thy paths." Proverbs 3:5-6. This proverb was particularly comforting to Herb the past few years as Lois struggled with health crises. Herb was entirely devoted to Lois's care and improvement. He demonstrated his trust in the Lord faithfully and prayed for Lois's recovery daily. In addition to his wife, Lois, he is survived by 2 daughters, Pamela M. Aker and her husband Steven, Windsor, Mo.; Teresa L. Pennock and her husband David, Windsor, Mo.; 3 grandchildren, Stephanie Mayes, Valerie Hunt and Wyatt Aker and his wife Christy, all of Windsor, Mo.; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; a grandson, Keith William Aker; 3 brothers, Charles "Junior" Quigley, Kenneth Quigley and Wayne Quigley; and a sister, Thelma Snelling. Funeral services will be Thursday evening, May 17, 2018 at the Hadley Funeral Home, Windsor. Burial will be at Laurel Oak Cemetery at a later date.

Vansant Road/Clinton Memory Garden Cemetery, Fields Creek Twp, Henry Co, MO
Florence K. (Leverence) Quinn, age 72, of Edwards, Missouri, passed away Tuesday evening, November 17, 2015, at home. She was born in Chicago, Illinois on May 25, 1943, the daughter of Edwin and Rose Leverence. She grew up in the Canaryville neighborhood on the south side of Chicago. She was a parishioner of St. Gabriel Catholic Church. In 1962 she was united in marriage to Richard L. Sablich Sr., a union that yielded six children. Later in life she met Charles J. Quinn and they were united in marriage on September 21, 1989, in Chicago. Upon his retirement they moved to Edwards, Missouri, where she raised her two granddaughters. She was a member of St. Ann Catholic Church in Warsaw, and a member of the Benton County Elks Lodge 2783. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles, her mother and father, her eldest daughter, Dawn Marie, three siblings, Rose Garner, Sharon Leverence, and Edwin Leverence, and two brothers-in-law, William Luecht and Ralph Garner. She is survived by her children, Kathy (Richard) Dineen, Stephen (Silvia) Sablich, Kimberly (Juan) Torres, Michelle (Steven) Rabenda, and Richard (Gail) Sablich, her custodial daughters Alice (Jessie) Snell and Jennifer (finance Brandon Dixon) Sablich, 15 grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. She is also survived by her two sisters, Barbara Luecht and Margaret (Jay) Schick, many other family members and friends. Funeral Mass will be held Monday, November 23, 2015 at the St. Ann Catholic Church in Warsaw. Graveside Services will be held following the funeral mass at the Vansant Cemetery in Clinton, Missouri.

QUIRK, John J.
Memorial Park Cemetery, Sedalia, Pettis Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Jan 31 2006 - John J. Quirk, 61, Windsor, died early Saturday morning, January 28, 2006, at St. Luke's Hospital in Kansas City. He was born March 8, 1944, in Kansas City, the son of Bernard G. Quirk and Mary L. (O'Neill) Quirk. He had lived in the Kansas City area most of his life, prior to moving to the Warrensburg area in 1996 and later to Windsor. On July 13, 1997, in Warrensburg, he married Sherry Lynn Yonce, who survives of the home. He attended Bishop Hogan High School and Rockhurst and Penny valley College in Kansas City. He was employed at Western Electric Company (now AT&T) in lee's Summit for 17 years and had worked as an emergency medical technician for the past 16 years, most recently with the Windsor Ambulance District. He was an amateur poet with two published books and had been a contributor to The Windsor Review with his "Windows of Windsor" poems. In addition to his wife Sherry, he is survived by two stepdaughters, Jessie Nieman, Knob Noster, and Ginny Nieman, Windsor; a sister Maureen Venezia, Chandler, Arizona. He was preceded in death by his parents; a daughter Abbi Marie in 1997; two brothers, Bernard G. (Gerry) Quirk Jr. and Patrick C. Quirk, both of Kansas City. Funeral services will be Wednesday, February 1, at Hadley Funeral Home, Windsor. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery, Sedalia.

Maplewood & Brownington Cemetery, Osage Twp, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Nov 29 2002 - Larry Wayne Quisenberry was born December 4, 1937, to Muryl (Von Tullis) and James Lawrence Quisenberry in Fort Wayne, Indiana, where he lived until the family moved back to Deepwater to be close to family after Mr. Quisenberry retired. He died Saturday, November 16, 2002, at Clinton Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center, Clinton. Larry attended school for the handicapped while in Fort Wayne and worked at the sheltered workshop when his health permitted. He loved animals, especially his dogs, television was the center of his world when he was no longer able to be active and he had a good memory and could discuss the programs he had seen, especially Elvis, which was a great favorite of his. He was cared for by his devoted parents until their deaths. He has since resided at Clinton Rehabilitation and Healthcare where the staff has provided excellent care and attention to his needs. He leaves behind two aunts and cousins who loved and cared for him and count it a blessing to have had his presence in their lives. Graveside services were held at the Maplewood Cemetery, Brownington, on Tuesday, November 19.

Maplewood & Brownington Cemetery, Osage Twp, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, May 15 1998 - Muryl Von Quisenberry, daughter of Cleveland Muryl Tullis and Minnie Ethyel Scrogham Tullis, was born September 17, 1910, in Brownington, and died May 10, 1998, at Clinton Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center, Clinton. Von was married to James Lawrence Quisenberry and they moved to Ft. Wayne, Indiana, in the 1930's where they spent most of their married life before returning to Henry County. They assisted in the founding and continuation of the Johnny Appleseed School for the handicapped, a sheltered workshop and Boy Scout Troop for handicapped. Von was a member of the Creighton Avenue United Methodist Church in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. Von was preceded in death by her parents and two brothers, Fred and Dalton, and her husband, Lawrence. She is survived by her son, Larry, and one sister, June Hendrix, both of Clinton; one brother, Vernon Tullis of Brownington and three nieces and one nephew, Beverly Allen, Vonna Young, Carol Fritz and Mike Tullis. Graveside services were held at the Maplewood Cemetery, Brownington, Wednesday, May 13.