Gary, thank you for your reply. In the genealogy section of my library I found a book for burials in Goss Cem., but no listings for either William or Fannie Gibson. Now I know it was because there are no headstones.
I'm still looking for the deaths of James Franklin and Angeline/Angelina Bond Gibson. As I mentioned in one of my postings I was not able to find them in the 1900 Census. I have searched several states with no luck. Since Angeline is listed in the Household of her son, William in the 1910 census in Lawrence County, Mo and is not listed in the 1920 census, I'm assuming she died sometime between 1910 and 1920.
Since several of their children lived in Lawrence Co., I'm assuming Angeline was buried in Lawrence Co. I'm also assuming the probably James Franklin Gibson was also buried in Lawrence Co. James was a sheriff in Lawrence County in the 1860's. (I don't have the paper work in front of me and can't remember the exact years.) He did run for re-election and either did not get the Republican nomination or was defeated.
Thank you again for your help.
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