Person:Eva Rector (2)

m. 13 Nov 1880
  1. Guy Rector1883 - 1953
  2. Mary Edna Rector1886 -
  3. Eva Lena Rector1888 - 1965
  4. Bessie Pearl Rector1890 - 1983
  5. Rhoda Jane Rector1893 - 1967
  6. Boy Rector1896 -
  7. Lilly May Rector1898 - 1898
  8. Ernest Roy Rector1899 - 1977
Facts and Events
Name Eva Lena Rector
Gender Female
Birth? 1 Mar 1888 Milford Township, Barton County, Missouri
Death[1] 13 May 1965 Barton County Memorial Hospital, Lamar, Barton County, Missouri
Burial? St. James Cemetery, Barton County, Missouri
Other[2] 13 May 1965 Lamar, Barton County, MissouriThe Lamar Democrat Obituary

Eva lived in Barton County, Missouri.

Eva was a member of the Rebekah Lodge, Lamar, Missouri.

Eva was a member of the Rebekah Social Circle, Lamar, Missouri.

In 1900 Eva was living with her parents in Milford Township, Barton County, Missouri.

In 1911 Eva was living with her family at Route 3, Sheldon, BartonCounty, Missouri. (Source: Barton County Directory, Schopf and Collins, 1911)

Eva is buried in St. James Cemetery, Milford Township, Barton County, Missouri.

  1. The Lamar Democrat
    May 13, 1965.
  2. A Native Daughter of Barton County

    Mrs. Eva Lena Williams, seventy-seven years old wife of Levi Williams of this city, died at the Memorial Hospital, at 12:35 a.m. Thursday. In failing health for several years, her condition became a critical one, Wednesday and she was admitted to the hospital at 3:20 p.m.

    The seventy seven-year-old woman was a native daughter and lifetime resident of Barton County. She was born in the Milford community, March 1, 1888, the daughter of Jacob D Rector and Cynthia Hackney Rector.

    She was married at Milford November 22, 1908 to Levi Williams. The couple resided in the Milford neighborhood, engaging in farming in their earlier married life. They moved to Lamar twenty two years ago. The deceased, until illness overtook her, was an active member in the Rebekah lodge and in the Rebekah social circle.

    She leaves her husband of the home with three sons, Everett Williams of Nevada, Jason Williams of Iantha, Chester Williams of Indio, California, and four daughters, Mrs. Lola Bradley of Lamar, Mrs. Attalene Ward of Torrence, California and Mrs. Delilah Judkins of Kansas City, one brother, Ernest Rector of Lamar, two sisters, Mrs. Bess McClure and Miss Rhoda Jane Rector of Lamar, sixteen grandchildren, also survive, one son, Otis preceded her in death.

    The body was taken to the Bruce Konantz Funeral Home to be prepared for burial. The last rites were announced for 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Bruce Konantz Chapel. Interment follows in St. James Cemetery near Milford.