I am looking for some help in Macon County. My GreatGrandfather, Joseph Rash lived in or near Lingo, Macon Co. Mo. with his wife Mary Unknown. Joseph was a retired Coal Miner, born in Bohemia on March 6, 1849. and died April 9, 1913. Joseph's Death Certificate Mo.#13729 Indicates his death was declared a "Homicide,Pistol shot in head"by Coroner W.D. Roberts, New Cambria, Missouri. Joseph was buried April 12, 1913, according to the DC, in the Catholic Cemetery, Lingo. Informant on the DC was Jim Rash, who was a son from R.F.D. Bucklin.The Undertaker was J.E. Gilliland of New Cambria.
There were two more known Children of Joseph's, Frank, of Linn Co. and Barbara (Rash) Blacksmith of Novinger, Mo.
What I would like to know, is anything at all about Joseph, specifically records and facts of his death. Also I am interested in the Cemetery Joseph and wife are buried in. What is it's location, and does it go by any other name. Surely there must have been some kind of an Inquest or Investigation Records, Newspaper Article maybe.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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