Jessie Houk Davis

--Paxton Record. 4 January 1912.

Milton Dietterle


--Roberts Herald.  30 November 1938.
--Roberts Herald.  7 December 1938.

Frank W. Peterson



--Story published Paxton Record.  25 January 1945. 
--Obituary published Paxton Record.  1 February 1945.

Michael S. Schuler


--Roberts Herald.  12 May 1966.

Jessie Houk Davis

--Chatsworth Plaindealer.  22 December 1911.

No stone was found for this burial per Carolyn Wilson (FAG).

Abbie Jane Barber

Abbie Jane Barber, daughter of William and Mary (McGladery) Barber was born in Joliet, Illinois, August 26, 1866, and died at her home in Brooklyn, Iowa, March 6, 1939, aged 72 years, 6 months and 11 days. She had not been in very good health for some time but was not seriously ill until a short time before her death. For many years she and her family lived in Roberts, they having moved here from Joliet many years ago.
Thirty-one years ago (in 1908) she with her half brother and her brother (William McKnight and Edward B. Barber) moved from here to Brooklyn, Iowa, where they lived on a farm until this winter when they moved into town.
She leaves to mourn her death two brothers, Edward of Brooklyn and Fred of Roberts; also numerous other relatives and many friends. Three sisters and two brothers and her half brother William McKnight preceded her in death.
Funeral services were held in the First Presbyterian Church in Brooklyn and the remains were brought to Roberts for burial. Short services were held at the cemetery here, the Rev. J. H. Harper in charge. The pall bearers here were Ernest G. Wright, W. H. Yackee, C. W. Kennedy, Frank L. Mosher, Charles Knilands and Clifford Barber.

--Roberts Herald.  8 March 1939.

Martha C. Beeman

Mrs. Martha C. Beeman was born at Marysville, Ohio, March 10th 18?9. She joined the United Brethren church at the age of 17. She united with the M. E. church of Roberts in 1883, and remained a member till her death, Dec. 25th, 1893. She had been a sufferer with lung disease for several months. Her daughter, Mrs. Wilson, went to her home in Calhoun Co., Ill., to assist in her care. Mrs. Beeman, believing that she might recover if she could only come to Roberts, begged them to take her and after much entreating, Mrs. Wilson consented to take her home with her. She arrived home Dec. 22nd and was very low. It was too late for any earthly relief and she only lived a few days. She leaves a husband and 6 children, 4 boys and 2 girls to mourn her loss. Five of the children were present when she died. A. W. Scott, her oldest son, residing in Minnesota, failed to get word and did not reach Roberts till after her death. The funeral services were held in the M. E. church Dec. 27th and her remains were interred in the Roberts cemetery.

--Paxton Record.  11 January 1894.

No listing in Find A Grave for this burial.