Roy Anglemyer was born August 26, 1896 in Nowata, Oklahoma. His parents were George and Inez Anglemyer. The family moved to Cowley County when Roy was a child. Roy had two brothers and two sisters.
Roy & Nadine Anglemyer Family
Pearl Nadine Barnett was born in Cowley County on October 3, 1896. Her parents were Rich and Nancy Barnett. Nadine had one brother and three sisters. Their home was approximately three miles east and two miles north of Winfield.
Roy Anglemyer and Pearl Nadine Barnett were married on May 12, 1918. Also in 1918 Roy served six months in the Army, stationed at Camp Funston, near Ft. Riley, Kansas. The Anglemyers lived several places east of Winfield, including the Barnett home place where Nadine grew up. In 1948 they purchased a farm six miles east and six miles south of Winfield. They lived there until 1961 when they moved to Winfield.
Roy was engaged in farming most of his married life while also working in oil fields, and driving a truck. Nadine was a rural school teacher and continued teaching for a number of years after their marriage. In the early 1950's Nadine became a nurse aide at William Newton Memorial Hospital and continued this for many years, along with special nursing for individual patients.
Roy and Nadine had three sons: Lawrence Lee, born (sometime in) 1933; Arlan Wayne, born April 12, 1936; and Burl George, born November 1, 1937. Lawrence resides in Rose Hill, Kansas with his wife, Sharon, and stepson Heath Balderston. Lawrence has three other children: Jerome, Connie (Wolf), and David; all married with families of their own. Burl is a member of the Kansas Highway Patrol and lives in Dodge City, Kansas. He and his wife Sharon have three children: Chad, Jan (Kaufman), and Tammy. Arlan and his wife Wilma live four miles east of Winfield and have three sons: Keith, Scott, and Jay.
Roy Anglemyer died May 19, 1968. Nadine Anglemyer died July 14, 1979. They are buried at Highland Cemetery in Winfield.
Submitted by Wilma Anglemyer
Tom & Carolyn Ward, Columbus, KS