Kesther T. Pruett

Born:Dec 17 1915 In:  near Bible Grove), Scotland County, MO
Died:July 1 2001 (at age 85)In:  Fayette, Howard, Missouri, USA Fayette Nursing Home

Immediate family

Doris Elizabeth Pruett (born Raymer)
His wife
<Private> Gelbach (born Pruett)
His child
<Private> Gander (born Pruett)
His child
Elijah "Lige" Lee Pruett
His father
Nancy Elizabeth Pruett (born Stough)
His mother
James Wesley Pruett
His brother
William Gus "Bud" Pruett
His brother
Nora Jane Estes (born Pruett)
His sister
Nellie Neoma Parton (born Pruett)
His sister
Edith Pruett
His sister
Ethel Ray (born Pruett)
His sister
Virgil Don Pruett
His brother
Esther McKinney (born Pruett)
His sister
Myrtle Pruett
His sister


CENSUS: age 4 1920 census home 98 family 98 Mt. Pleasant twp., Scotland Co., Missouri Ed 156 sheet 6An ame given as Kester Pruett, listed as male age 14 1930 census home 20 family 20 Tobin twp., Scotl

and Co., Missouri ED 14 sheet 1Bn ame gives as Kesther Pruett, listed as female BIRTHPLACE: stated in 1920 census records as Missouri BIRTHDATE: from source #1, confirmed in the Social Security Death

Index, SS# 497-32-1971, issued in Missouri DEATHDATE: from source #1, confirmed in the Social Security Death Index which gives last residence as Fulton, Callaway county, Missouri BURIAL: Greensburg Ce

metery, Greensburg, Knox county, Missouri; available on SOURCES: 1. Obituary on Kesther T. Pruett, 85, formerly of Edina, died Sunday, July 1, 2001, at the

Fayette Nursing Center at Fayette. Born December 27, 1915, near Bible Grove, he was the son of Elijah Lee and Nancy Elizabeth Stough Pruett. He married Doris Elizabeth Raymer on March 16, 1940 at Edi

na. Mr. Pruett was raised in the Bible Grove and Greensburg communities attending rural school near Greensburg. Following their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Pruett were engaged in farming east of Edina befo

re moving to town. In 1998, the moved to Canton, to make their home. He had worked as a carpenter and house painter and also engaged in trucking. After his retirement he loved to make miniature doll f

urniture that became more than just a hobby. Survivors include his wife, Doris, Canton; two daughters, Ellen E. and husband Larry Gelbach, Canton; Donna and husband Joe Gander, Kirksville; five grandc

hildren, Susan and husband Randy McReynolds, Canton; Tom and wife Debby Foster, San Juan Capistrano, Calif.; Mary Mills, Quincy; Terri and husband Doug Kriegshauser, Kirksville; and Marianne and husba

nd Andrew Romprey, Kirksville; nine great grandchildren, Christopher Hunolt, Brock and Dustin McReynolds, Samantha Abend, Marissa and Jason Mills, Adam and Scotty Kriegshauser and Ryan Romprey; severa

l nieces and nephews. RESEARCH NOTE: listed as a male in 1920 and as a female in 1930

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