Person:Delbert Overton (1)

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m. 24 Dec 1884
  1. George Alford Overton1885 - 1954
  2. Delbert Joseph Overton1891 - 1971
  3. Orville Marion Overton1897 - 1974
  4. Naoma Elizabeth Overton1899 - 1997
  5. Herbert Wesley Overton1903 - 1969
m. 28 Apr 1917
  1. Norbey Alford Overton1918 - 1993
  2. Delbert Wesley Overton1919 - 1978
  3. Edward V. Overton1921 - 1923
  4. Loretta Fay Overton1925 - 1925
  5. Herbert Lee Overton1928 - 2005
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3] Delbert Joseph Overton
Alt Name[3] Joe Overton
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][3][6] 30 Oct 1891 Nevada, Vernon co., Missouri, United States
Census[6] 1 Jun 1900 Nevada, Vernon co., Missouri, United Statesat 1010 E. Walnut St., in a home that was owned free of mortgage
Delbert J., son of Alford Overton (occ. smelter foreman), was also residing with his father's wife Elizabeth A. and children George A., Orville M., and “Naomia” E. It was stated that he had attended school during the last school year.
Residence[7] 1910 Kansas City, Jackson co., Missouri, United Statesat 1814 Mercier
In the 1910 Kansas City directory, Alford (occ. wrapper) and “Delber” J. (occ. cement) were listed at this address. This was the first appearance of any of the family members in the city directory.
Census[5] 15 Apr 1910 Kansas City, Jackson co., Missouri, United Statesat 1841 Mercier St., in a home that was rented
Delbert (occ. factory worker), son of Alford Overton (occ. fireman), was also residing with his father's wife Elizabeth A. and children Orville, “Namoma” E., and Herbert W.
Soc Sec No[1] 487-12-8735
Residence[7] From 1911 To 1914 Kansas City, Jackson co., Missouri, United Statesat 2713 Holly
Alford (or “Alfred”) and Delbert were listed in the city directory as residing at this address along with George A. (occ. salesman) in 1913 and Orville M. in 1914.
Residence[7] From 1915 To 1916 Kansas City, Jackson co., Missouri, United Statesat 2141 Madison Ave.
Alford and Delbert J. were listed in the city directory at this address along with Orville M. (in 1915).
Residence From 1917 To 1919 Kansas City, Jackson co., Missouri, United Statesat 2311 Holly
Delbert J. was listed in the city directory at this address.
with Irene Fay Van Peyma
Marriage License 26 Apr 1917 Independence, Jackson co., Missouri, United StatesDelbert J. Overton and Irene F. Van Peyma, both age 25 and of Kansas City (no address specified), received a license to marry. The application was signed on the same day by Delbert and his father, Alford, who signed the affidavit for the bride.
to Irene Fay Van Peyma
Marriage 28 Apr 1917 Kansas City, Jackson co., Missouri, United StatesDelbert and Irene were united in marriage by Ernest N. Evans, pastor of St. Paul's Reformed Church, located at E. 36th St. and Wabash Ave.
to Irene Fay Van Peyma
Residence[2] 5 Jun 1917 Kansas City, Jackson co., Missouri, United Statesat 2311 Holly
Delbert Joseph Overton signed a card for the first registration of the WW I draft. Delbert (occ. ice business, self employed) did not have any prior military service, and he claimed an exemption for support of his wife and mother[-in-law]. The registrar's report describes him as tall, medium build, gray eyes, dark hair, and without physical disability.
Education[4] Delbert completed 2 years of high school.
Census 1 Jan 1920 Kansas City, Jackson co., Missouri, United Statesat 2311 Holly St., in a home that was rented
Delbert Overton (occ. teamster, hauling; on his own account) was residing with his wife Irene, sons Norbey and Delbert Jr., and widowed mother-in-law “Lena” VanPayme.
with Irene Fay Van Peyma
Residence From 1920 Kansas City, Jackson co., Missouri, United Statesat 2033 Jefferson
Delbert J. was listed in the city directory at this address. Delbert's wife Irene F. was listed beginning in 1930.
with Irene Fay Van Peyma
Census 1 Apr 1930 Kansas City, Jackson co., Missouri, United Statesat 2033 Jefferson, in a home that was owned
Delbert J. Overton (occ. delivery man for ice route) was residing with his wife Irene, sons “Norvey”, Delbert, and Herbert Lee, and widowed mother-in-law “Lena” Norbey.
with Irene Fay Van Peyma
Census 1 Apr 1940 Kansas City, Jackson co., Missouri, United Statesat 2033 Jefferson, in a home that was owned
Delbert Overton (occ. proprietor of ice business) was residing with his wife Irene, son Delbert Jr. (occ. selling ice), son Herbert, and daughter Helen. All were recorded as residing in the “same house” as in 1935.
with Irene Fay Van Peyma
Residence[3] 1971 Mission, Johnson co., Kansas, United Statesat 5925 W. 58th
Delbert was residing here at the time of his death.
Death[1][3] 12 May 1971 Merriam, Johnson co., Kansas, United Statesat Shawnee Mission Hospital
Burial[3] 15 May 1971 Memorial Park Cemetery, Kansas City, Jackson co., Missouri, United States
Funeral[3] 15 May 1971 Kansas City, Jackson co., Missouri, United Statesat Muehlebach Chapel, 6800 Troost
at 11 a.m.
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Social Security Administration. Social Security Death Index, [database, Ancestry.com], SSN 487-12-8735, issued Missouri, before 1951.

    Delbert Overton, b. 30 Oct. 1891, d. May 1971; ZIP code of last address of record, 66202 (Mission, Kansas).

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 United States. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918. (National Archives Microfilm Publication M1509), [roll MO31], FHL #1683331, Jackson Co., Kansas City Ward 2, [digital image, Ancestry.com], registered 5 June 1917.

    Delbert Joseph Overton, age 25, was born 30 Oct. 1891, at Nevada, Missouri.

  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 “Deaths: Delbart [sic] J. Overton”, in The Kansas City Star. (Kansas City, Missouri), p 29, Thurs., 13 May 1971.

    Abstract:

    Delbert J. (Joe) Overton, age 79, residing at 5925 W. 58th St., Mission, Ks., born in Nevada, Mo., died 12 May 1971 at Shawnee Mission Hospital. He lived in the Kansas City area 60 years. He was owner and operator (with his sons) of D. J. & Sons Ice company, for 30 years; retired maintenance worker for Farmland Industries Inc.; former member of West Side Christian Church; and member of Rural Masonic lodge #316.

    Survived by wife, Mrs. Irene F. Overton; son, Herbert L. Overton (Hesston, Ks.); son, Delbert W. Overton (5416 W. 50th, Mission); son, Norbey A. Overton (Plainwell, Mich.); daughter, Mrs. Helen Irene Higgins (St. Joseph, Mo.); brother, Orville Overton (4175 Cambridge, Kansas City, Ks.); sister, Mrs. Naomi Denison (12419 E. 43rd, Independence, Mo.); six grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

    Visitation after 7 p.m. Friday [14 May 1971] at Muehlebach chapel. Funeral services at 11 a.m. Saturday [15 May 1971] at the chapel. Interment at Memorial Park Cemetery.

  4. ED 116-53, 3rd Ward Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, in United States. 1940 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T627), roll 2167, folio 732, sheet 6B, line 72, Delbert Overton, [digital image, Ancestry.com], enumerated 10 April 1940.

    Highest grade of school completed “H-2”.

  5. ED 34, 2nd Ward Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, in United States. 1910 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T623), roll 785 (FHL #1374798), folio 246, sheet 8B, dwelling 159, family 205, Alford Overton household, [digital image, Ancestry.com], enumerated 27 April 1910.
  6. 6.0 6.1 ED 123, 5th Ward Nevada city, Vernon, Missouri, in United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T624), roll 906 (FHL #1240906), folio 114, sheet 3B, dwelling 62, family 63, Alford Overton household, [digital image, Ancestry.com], enumerated 5 June 1900.

    He was born “Oct 1891”.

  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Kansas City, Missouri, city directory. (Kansas City, Missouri: Gould Directory; Gate City Directory; R. L. Polk), 1910–1916.

    1910, Overton residing at 1841 Mercier:
    1910—Alford wrapper; Delber J cement

    1911–1914, Overton residing at 2713 Holly:
    1911—Alfred galvanizer Builders Material Supply Co; D trucker Builders Material Supply Co
    1912—Alfred driver; Delbert J laborer The Builders Material Supply Co
    1913—Alfred teamster; Delbert J clerk English Tool & Supply Co; George A salesman English Tool & Supply Co
    1914—Alford ice; Delbert J clerk English Tool & Supply Co; Orville M ice

    1915–1916, Overton residing at 2141 Madison av:
    1915—Alford pedlar; Delbert J peddler; Orville M pedlar
    1916—Alford ice; Delbert J