I can see you don't know about Missouri's Secretary of State Robin Carnahan's website of Missouri State Death Indexes! Go to: www.sos.mo.gov/Genealogy&Historians, then slide your cursor to the RIGHT and DOWN 2-3 tabs till Archived Electronic Databases which opens page of 20 plus databases including Missouri Death Index 1910-1960. This has MO Civil War Soldiers records, Supreme Court Law Suites, Land Deeds, Pre 1910 Births/Stillborns/Deaths, 1910-1960 Death Index Files etc.
Death certificates can be ordered through County Court House of record. This has actual deaths who were born in other States, born in Missouri with birth years from early 1800's and after Civil War years and deaths thru 1959/60.Compare this index against Social Security Death Index website which has births of ancestors born early to mid 1870's.
Your John Allen Killion died in 1939, Neosho, Newton Co. married to a Fannie Killion. JA's Father was ----- from Pennsylvania & his Mother was Rhoda Peters from Kentucky. Death File Newton Co. #36751. John Allen was 73 Yrs, 3 mos and --- days old when he died.
There are 4 Pipers in Jasper County: Clarence, Charlie, Lottie and 1 other who died 1912, 1928, 1951, 1953. Parents names are given with their birthplace if known, cause of death and name of cemetery location. There were 281 Pipers in State of Missouri from various counties including Greene, Jasper, Lawrence (1), Jackson, Nodaway, St. Louis Counties. These are PDF files so you'll need a version of Adobe Acrobat 6.0 or higher to view image. There has to be 50 years space for general public viewing. 1961 deaths and later years should be available for viewing after 2012 depending on number of files to scan and put on website.
This should help you.
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