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The following photos were submitted by Ozark County Researchers. 
If you'd like to share your photos, please send an email to the
county coordinator, Johnna Quick.

  • John Adams John Edmund Adams (5-15-1871 to 4-5-1947) and Eliza Jane Welch (2-20-1875 to 6-14-1956) family. They had 9 children. One of them was my grandmother, Callie Jane Adams who married Oscar Monroe Hampton. Photo submitted by Louise Bias-Hill.  

  • Elva Bias Elva Bias, son of John Alogan Bias, Sr. born Dugginsville, Ozark Co., MO 8-15-1912, died 12-13-1974, married Thelma Ann Beasley 9-25-1931 in Ozark Co. Parents of 6 children. Photo submitted by Louise Bias-Hill.  

  • Jesse Bias Jesse Bias born abt 1786 in KY, died before 2-26-1870 Springdale, Washington Co., AR, came to Taney Co., MO abt 1834 and to Ozark Co. soon afterwards. Married Rhoda Bloyd 1-23-1809 in Green Co., KY. She was born 1787-1790 in NC and died before 1830. They had at least 6 children. He married Matilda Jane Perry 6-9-1831 in Warrick Co., IN on his way to MO. Eight children with her. Photo submitted by Louise Bias-Hill.  

  • John Bias John Alogan Bias, Sr. (10-26-1887 to 11-10-1969) and Amie Malinda Friend (4-6-1889 to 2-10-1959), parents of 6 children. One of them my father, John Alogan Bias, Jr. (J.R. Bias) who married Thelma Lorene Hampton. Photo submitted by Louise Bias-Hill.  

  • Don and Norman Blisard Sons of Ben D. and Mae (Farmer) Blisard, photo from their songbook. Photo submitted by Shari Sisney.  

  • Dora Odd Fellows The Dora Odd Fellows Picnic with information on the group. Photo submitted by Mary Ruth (Luna) Sparks.  

  • Benjamin Breeding with Grandson Benjamin Breeding plowing field with grandson Leslie Breeding Jr., about 1933-34. Photo submitted by Jane Owens.  

  • Breeding Children Leslie, Donnie and Thana Breeding, children of Benjamin Franklin Breeding and Nancy Elois Upton. Photo submitted by Jane Owens.  

  • Breeding Family Margaret Webster Breeding, Delphia, Donnie, Thana, Nancy Elois Upton Breeding holding Benton, Leslie, Benjamin Franklin Breeding and Unknown man (thought to be George Tate). Photo submitted by Jane Owens.  

  • Elois and Donnie Breeding Nancy Elois Upton Breeding and daughter Donnie Gertrude Breeding Owens. Photo submitted by Jane Owens.  

  • Jim and Maude Pitts Duncan Jim and Maude Pitts Duncan with children Ervin and Hazel. Maude is the daughter of William Pitts and Clementine Pitts. Jim is the son of William Duncan and Cordelia Belt. Photo submitted by Shari Sisney.  

  • Farmer Family A Farmer Family gathering from 1923/24. Photo submitted by Shari Sisney.  

  • Farmer and Lance Families Family Reunion photo from the early 1920's. Photo submitted by Shari Sisney.  

  • Hunt Family George and Florence Hunt with son Troy. Photo submitted by Mary Ruth (Luna) Sparks.  

  • Louvinia Turley Johnson Holmes (1851 to 1909) dau. of Benjamin Franklin (Dine) Turley. First married to Isaac Johnson of Pontiac, Misssouri 1873. Turnbo wrote of Isaac's hunting accident which resulted in his death. She then marrried Robert T. Levi Holmes also of Ozark County. She died in Keifer, Creek County, Oklahoma. Photo submitted by Shari Sisney.  

  • James Brothers Francis Marion James, Hiram Garrett James and Jessee Ballard James. Photo submitted by Carl H. James.  

  • Samuel and Adeline Lance Samuel Henry Clay Lance and Adeline Beck McCubbin Lance, Gainesville, Mo., photo taken before 1912. Photo submitted by Shari Sisney.  

  • Austin Luna Family The family of Austin C. Luna. Photo submitted by Mary Ruth (Luna) Sparks.  

  • Elisha Luna Elisha Luna, born in Tennessee, May 19, 1819, died Zanoni, Ozark County, May 12, 1900. He and his wife Eliza had 16 children. They moved to Ozark County in the 1850s. He was a veteran of the Mexican War. Photo submitted by Mary Ruth (Luna) Sparks.  

  • Luna Children The children of Ada (Wood) and Ralph Luna. Madge (Parker), Thelma (Ben), Gene, Judson. Photo made about 1916. Photo submitted by Mary Ruth (Luna) Sparks.  

  • Morrison Music Ozark County Music, Buck and Dewey Morrison with an unknown man. Photo from the collection of Pearl Hunt Luna.  

  • Wm. Morrison and Wife William C. and Olive (Amyx) Morrison. Both were born in Kentucky, and both are buried at Smith Chapel Cemetery. Photo submitted by Mary Ruth (Luna) Sparks.  

  • Bone and Mattie Owens Napoleon Bonepart "Bone" Owens and Martha Isabelle "Mattie" Hobby Owens. Photo submitted by Jane Owens.  

  • Fred and Donnie Owens Fred Luther Owens and Donnie Gertrude Breeding Owens, just after their marriage in 1936. Photo submitted by Jane Owens.  

  • Paul Patrick Family Paul Patrick family circa 1910, Ozark County, Missouri.
    Back row: Theda Jane, Samuel Edgar, Edith. Middle row: Agnes Leona, Paul, Althea Eudora, Marcellus Emerine (Morrison), Myrtle Elmira.
    Front row: Willard Cyrus. Not shown adult children: Helena, Nora, and Walter Harold.
    Photo submitted by Rebecca Renteria and Kathy C. Kangas.  

  • Jim Rice Family Jim and Nellie (Lance) Rice with daughter Macie. Photo is from Gainesville, Mo., about 1912/13. Nellie is the daughter of Samuel and Adeline Lance. Photo submitted by Shari Sisney.  

  • Edwin and Laura Schofield Edwin Jackson Schofield with wife Laura Adaline Turley (1879-1925). Children of Edwin and Laura; Bessie Louvinia, eldest; Rock-a-bye Radio Grada, Agnes and Ethel. Judging from the ages of the children; this was photographed about 1908 in Ozark County Missouri. Laura was the daughter of Margaret Jane and Benjamin F. Turley. She is buried near him at the New Turnbo Cemetery. Photo submitted by Shari Sisney.  

  • Ida Johnson Schofield 1878-1949 Daughter of Isaac Johnson and Louvinia Turley, Wife of Orville Lee Schofield. Photo submitted by Shari Sisney.  

  • Smith Family 1907 Photo of Jame K. Smith and Mary Ann (Holt) Smith family, from A History of Ozark County, 1841-1991.  

  • Thomas Family Five Generations William Henry David Thomas and family. He lived to be 97. Photo submitted by Carl James.  

  • Kelley and Genevera (Harley) Thomas Photo taken on their wedding day. Photo submitted by Carl H. James.  

  • Benjamin Franklin Turley Benjamin Franklin "Dine" Turley and his mother, Mary "Polly" Turley, unknown maiden name. Photo submitted by Shari Sisney.  

  • Ignatius and Elizabeth Turley Ignatius Giles Turley (1817-1890) son of Jacob and Mary "Polly" Turley, and wife Elizabeth Ann Bennett (1823-1893) daughter of Roland D. Bennett and Elizabeth Daffron. Photo submitted by Shari Sisney.  

  • McDonald and Margaret Webster Turley He was the son of Charles Turley and Mary Sanders Turley. Grandson of Jacob Turley. She was the daughter of Johnathon Webster and Catherine Graham. Photo submitted by Shari Sisney.
    Note: Pam Smith believes this to be the son of Jacob Turley not Charles Turley.  

  • Silas Claiborne Turnbo Author of Fireside Stories of the Early Days in the Ozarks Parts I and II. Photo submitted by Mary Ruth (Luna) Sparks.  

  • Upton Family Henry Edward Upton, his mother, Nancy Brackett Upton (center) and his second wife, Kate Hogan Hyatt Upton (on right front). Children in front are Edward E. "Ted" and Stella. In back are Odes K., Agnes L. (Shelton) and Elois Nancy (Breeding). Photo made about 1901 near Gainesville. Photo submitted by Jane Owens, information contributed by Mary Ruth Luna Sparks and Virginia Walker.  

  • Ozark County Teachers Teachers meeting around 1912. J.C. Harlin house in background. The pic was made by the school. Some of the people in the pic are Robert Kyle, Supt. A.J. Kimball, Walter I. Baker, Estella Baker (Mrs. J.P. Lantz), J.Roy Baker and Herman Baker. Photo submitted by John Harlin.  

  • Caney Store Thought to be the old store at Caney. Photo submitted by Mary Ruth (Luna) Sparks.  

  • Charity Church Possible photo of Charity Church/School. Can you help identify the individuals in this photo?  

  • Coffey School School photo from 1911 Coffey School, students unknown. Photo from the Judith Ford Lyons collection.  

  • Courthouse An early photo of the new courthouse at Gainesville. Photo submitted by Mary Ruth (Luna) Sparks.  

  • Old Courthouse Photo of the old courthouse at Gainesville, approximately 1910. Photo submitted by Rhonda Herndon.  

  • War Memorial Memorial on the courthouse grounds. Photo submitted by Mary Ruth (Luna) Sparks.  

  • Dawt Aerial Photo Aerial scene of Dawt, MO probably 1949. Photo submitted by John Harlin.  

  • Gainesville Photo of Gainesville taken by Orval Jernigan in 1946-47.  

  • Gainesville 1942-45 Gainesville Square scene. The 1939 Dodge coupe is the Hugh Harlin family on the way to the Jack and Pearl Barger farm at Mammoth. Clyde Rogers was the photographer. During WWII. The two gentlemen are Homer Reynolds and Newt Martin. Photo submitted by John Harlin.  

  • Gainesville 1947 Gainesville Square scene by O. Jernigan. Shows the fence around the court yard with a stile that allowed foot traffic but kept out the livestock during the open range days. Photo submitted by John Harlin.  

  • Gainesville Bank Opening of new Bank of Gainesville building in 1929. Photo submitted by John Harlin.  

  • Gainesville Fire Photo of Gainesville after the fire, April 1912. Photo submitted by Mary Ruth (Luna) Sparks.  

  • Gainesville Christian Church Christian Church 1930s adjacent to small stone building that still stands on east side of square. After the old courthouse burned, the church was sold to the county for a court house. It burned too. Photo submitted by John Harlin.  

  • Gainesville Parade Photo postcard, the back reads: "We were forming for the parde here (Gainesville) Sept. 11, My car with the decoration on it. Hugh." Appears to be 1915 or 1916. Photo from the Judith Ford Lyons collection.  

  • Johnson Store Jernigan photo, Johnson's Store, to the right of the Bank of Gainesville. Photo submitted by Mary Ruth (Luna) Sparks.  

  • Locust Photo of the Locust Post Office and General Store owned by Benjamin Breeding.  

  • Locust School 1917-1918 With list of students and teacher.  

  • Mammoth Dinner Dinner on the ground at Mammoth, probably 1912. Photo submitted by Mary Ruth (Luna) Sparks.  

  • Maypole in Gainesville May day early 1930s in Ozark County on the square. Left to right: Nadine Ebrite Morrison, Betty Ebrite Shaw (behind), Mary Ruth McDonald Landers, Marguerite Sanders Cobb, Maxine Shaw Shanerman, Juanita McClendon, May Queen Alma McDonald Luna, Junior Hunt, Reba Hambelton Bean. The dresses were made of crepe paper. The old Christian Church is in the background. Photo from the Deloris Hambelton Hobbs collection.  

  • A.D. McDonald Store 1947 Jernigan photo of McDonald's Store and Bushong Bros. in Gainesville. Photo submitted by Mary Ruth (Luna) Sparks.  

  • Interior of McDonald's Store From 1935, people unknown. Photo from the Mary Ruth McDonald Landers collection.  

  • Old Dawt Mill Photo taken by Orval Jernigan in the Winter of 1946-47.  

  • Ozark County Courthouse Lawn, Early 1900s Ozark Co Times in Background-J.C. Harlin seated 4th from right. Photo submitted by John Harlin, the original belongs to OCGHS. It belonged to Bernie and Gradie Sanders and was given to OCGHS by Susan Ault.  

  • Gainesville Aerial photo of Gainesville, taken about 1949. Photo submitted by John Harlin.  

  • Theodosia Mill Photo of the old Theodosia Mill taken in 1946 by Orval Jernigan  

  • Zanoni Baseball Team From the early 1900s. Photo submitted by Mary Ruth (Luna) Sparks.  

  • Zanoni Store From the early 1900s. Photo from the Pearl Hunt Luna collection.  

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