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Henry Bookout was born 12 September 1897 in Green City, Sullivan County, Missouri, United States to John Granville Bookout (1859-1929) and Mary Newton (1859-1943) and died 15 August 1970 in Kirksville, Adair County, Missouri, United States of unspecified causes. He married Wanda Hazel Pherigo (1907-1969) . Ancestors are from the United States.

Siblings


Offspring of John Bookout and Mary Mulzene Newton (1859-1943)
Name Birth Death Joined with
John Henry Bookout (1897-1970) 12 September 1897 Green City, Sullivan County, Missouri, United States 15 August 1970 Kirksville, Adair County, Missouri, United States Wanda Hazel Pherigo (1907-1969)

Isabelle Bookout (1888-)
Elvira May Bookout (1889-1967)
Belle Bookout (1893-)
Minnie Della Bookout (1882-1962)
Thomas James Bookout (1885-1937)
Halla Say Bookout (1892-1948)



Children


Offspring of Henry Bookout and Wanda Hazel Pherigo (1907-1969)  ¢
Name Birth Death Joined with
Henry Bookout (1926-1981) 13 February 1926 Greencastle, Missouri, United States 12 November 1981 Monroe, Iowa, United States MayBelle Musgrove (1932-2017)

Juanita H. Bookout (1932-2013) 23 June 1932 Green City, Missouri, United States 15 May 2013 Keokuk, Iowa, United States (Keokuk Area Hospital) Edwin D. Ferrell (-1993)

Betty Bookout (-bef2014)
Mary Bookout (-bef1982)
JoAnn Bookout (living)
Winifred Bookout (-bef2014)
James Bookout (-bef2014)

Residences

Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
  • John's WWI experiences
From grandson Steven James Bookout (1948)
John Henry (Henry to family members) was a Staff Sergeant of Motor Mechanics in the AEF in WWI. He was wounded by a German machine gun and crawled into a shell crater to save himself. He saw a mustard gas cloud come over the rim of the crater and removed a gas mask from a dead German soldier and put in on. The gas burnt him badly over the upper chest cavity area and his arms where his flesh had been exposed from the machine gun fire. He was discharged at Camp Dodge, Iowa in 1919. The combination of wounds prevented him from obtaining any other employment but as a small farmer. He received a life-long pension for disability from the government.
Ω Birth
  • Some say 1895.
¢ Children



Contributors

  Drewsky1211, Robin Patterson