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THE
ARKANSAS
FAMILY
HISTORIAN
VOLUME 45, NUMBER 1
March 2007
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On the cover: Copy of photograph contributed by Bill Hanks.
Col. James Logan (1791-1859) U.S. Agent to the Creek Indians 1838-1849,
resident of that part of Scott County, Arkansas, which is now Logan County,
1840 and 1850. Logan County was named after him.
The
ARKANSAS FAMILY HISTORIAN
Volume 45
Number 1
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March 2007
Contents
LOGAN FAMILY CORRECTIONS
Logan County, Arkansas
Submitted by Joan Carruthers............................................................. 5
LIBERTY COLEMAN CEMETERY SURVEY
Logan County, Arkansas
Submitted by Bill Hanks.................................................................... 13
MATTIE HUDGINS – OLDEST ARKANSAS PRIOR BIRTH
Boone County, Arkansas
Submitted by Rebecca Wilson ........................................................... 23
PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX RECORDS 1891
Calhoun County, Arkansas
Submitted by Tommy Carter ............................................................. 30
ARKANSAS ANCESTRY CERTIFICATES
Catherine Y. Moulton through William H. Lay .......................... 50
Vicki Lea Keck through Frederick Bolinger ............................... 51
Michael A. Barry through James T. Golden ............................... 52
Harold David Richardson through Wyatt Anderson ................. 53
ARKANSAS QUERIES........................................................................ 54
The Arkansas Family Historian, Volume 45, Number 1 – March 2007
BOOK REVIEWS
Getting Started in Genealogy Online
by William Dollarhide................................................................ 56
The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Genealogy, 2nd Edition
by Christine Rose and Kay Germain Ingalls ................................. 57
Index of Death Notices appearing in The Arkansas
Democrat-Gazette July 1 to December 31, 2005
Compiled and published by Oscar G. Russell.............................. 58
TREASURER’S REPORT, 2006 ............................................. 59
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From the Editor:
This is the first issue of The Arkansas Family Historian to be perfect
bound. The new format will be slightly taller and wider and allow us
more flexibility in the number of pages that we print and permit us to
print larger issues when we want or need to do so. In the three years that
this quarterly has been produced by committee, it has undergone many
changes, and we hope you will bear with us as we try to implement
additional improvements. The goal of the editorial board is to send you a
quarterly that meets high standards and is attractive, professional appearing, filled with information, easy to read, convenient to carry, and well
indexed.
In the first article of this issue Joan Carruthers presents corrections to
erroneous information previously published in a county history. Her
concern that incorrect information would be copied and passed on
without investigation until it became accepted as truth is one that all
genealogists should have in this age of instant internet proliferation of
undocumented information. More and more articles published in journals
today deal with disproving previously published and long-accepted
misinformation. No one wants to research the wrong ancestors, so let’s
share well-documented information when we can and make the
necessary corrections when possible.
Bill Hanks completed an updated survey of Liberty-Coleman
cemetery in Logan County and annotated it where he could with maiden
names and information to go with unmarked stones. We would be happy
to print any lists you have created or transcribed of voters, cemeteries,
obituaries, Bibles, and other records.
Curiosity led Rebecca Wilson to research the persons who had filed
the Prior Birth Certificates with the earliest birth dates. In the process,
she discovered that the earliest birth date on file did not belong to the
person who filed the certificate, but to his mother, whose own birth date
was written on the certificate by mistake. By using census records,
Rebecca discovered that the man was actually born almost forty years
later than the certificate indicated. When Rebecca researched the next
earliest birth date, Mattie Hudgins proved to be an interesting subject for
an article and an ordinary person whose achievements deserved to be
published.
In the third article, Tommy Carter provides us with an index to the
entire 1891 personal property tax list of Calhoun County, Arkansas, as a
substitute for the destroyed 1890 census. An 1890 census substitute
never was published for Calhoun County, so we are pleased to be able to
bring it to you now. There being no extant 1890 tax list, the 1891 was
used instead. The value of the personal property tax list over the real
estate tax list is that all adult males were required to pay a poll tax, which
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was listed with the personal property tax assessment even if a person
owned no property to assess.
Four descendancy charts that earned Arkansas Ancestry Certificates
appear in this issue. Besides encouraging research in Arkansas families
and documentation of sources, applying for Ancestry Certificates is a
good way for you to share your ancestry with other AGS members and
with people everywhere who read this journal in libraries. Such sharing
often results in contacts with distant or long-lost cousins and others
researching the same family.
We have room now for more book reviews in each issue and will try
to bring you as many as possible each quarter. If you are publishing a
book, be sure to send us a copy to review. It will help you to publicize
your work.
You are encouraged to send queries when you join AGS or renew
your membership, but you may send them at any time of the year and by
e-mail to the [email protected] address if you wish. So
keep this publication in mind when you are starting research on a new
Arkansas line or have encountered a brick wall in an old one.
We would be pleased to hear your opinions about the articles we print
and what kinds of articles you would like to read. We would also be
pleased to receive your submissions. I hope you will find this issue
worth your time.
— Susan Boyle
The Arkansas Family Historian, Volume 45, Number 1 – March 2007
CORRECTIONS: THE LOGAN FAMILIES OF LOGAN
COUNTY, ARKANSAS
Joan Methvin Carruthers В©
In 1987 the Logan County Historical Society published a wonderful
memorial to the families of Logan County, Arkansas. That book, Logan
County, Arkansas – Its History and Its People, paid tribute to my greatgreat-great-grandfather, Col. James Logan, for whom the county was
named. 1 Unfortunately, the three articles presented in the book regarding
Logan family descendants contain a number of errors. 2 The book has
been distributed to many families, genealogical societies, and libraries,
and it is used as a reference for Arkansas Logan family lineage.
For more than ten years I have researched my family with the help of
AGS member Bill Hanks of Little Rock, Arkansas, who, at the time
Logan County, Arkansas was printed, made the contributors of the Logan
family articles aware of their lineage errors. Unfortunately, family tradition often trumps documented factual presentation and genealogical
history is altered forever.
The purpose of this article is to refute the errors in Logan County,
Arkansas – Its History and Its People and publish correct information
concerning Logan family lineage. Standards of genealogical scholarship
and historical accuracy, as well as respect for the memory of their
ancestors, demand a truthful presentation of Logan descendants for
posterity. Referral to the Descendants chart at the end of this article on
page 12 may help you follow the lineage.
David and Nancy (Thurmond) Logan migrated from Kentucky to
Missouri by 1820. 3 Their son Col. James Logan, for whom Logan
County was named, was an adult at that time. David and Nancy Logan
moved into Arkansas in the early 1830s, and David died in Crawford
В©
Joan Methvin Carruthers. E-mail: [email protected]
Logan County, Arkansas: Its History and Its People, Logan County Historical
Society, 1987.
2
Ibid., 243-244, Garry Logan, “The Logan Family;” James O. (Jim) Logan,
“James Logan;” and Daisy Davis, “John T. Logan.”
3
Ronald Vern Jackson, Accelerated Indexing Systems [AIS], Search 1, David
Logan, 1790 and 1800 tax lists, Lincoln County, Kentucky. Ronald Vern
Jackson, AIS, 1820 Reconstructed Census of Missouri, p. 30, places David
Logan in Cape Girardeau County, St. Francois township. David Logan
household, 1830 U. S. census, Wayne County, Missouri, p. 44; National
Archives [NA] microfilm M19, roll 42.
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County in 1835, 4 leaving as heirs James Logan, Jonathan Logan, and
Melinda Pettit. 5
In the first Logan family article in Logan County, Arkansas, author
Garry Logan attributed two non-existent children named Benjamin and
Robert to David and Nancy Logan. 6 He first stated incorrectly that
Robert married Lucy and had three children: Lucy, Mary and John
Edward, Garry’s ancestor. In the next paragraph, the author stated
correctly that David and Lucy Logan were the parents of John Edward
Logan. This couple was actually David Latty Logan and his wife Lucy
Johnson. 7 As will be shown in this article, David Latty Logan was the
child of Robert Allison Logan and a grandson of Jonathan and Frances
(Thurmond) Logan, not David and Nancy Logan. Jonathan was the
brother of David Logan and had married the sister of David’s wife. 8
Jonathan settled early in Arkansas Territory before David and his son
Col. James Logan left Missouri. 9
Jonathan’s son Robert Allison Logan married Mary S. Ruebottom in
Cape Girardeau, Missouri, on 7 March 1816. 10 Robert, known as Ellison
Logan, was murdered in 1828 by a man named Skaggs. 11 Mary was left
with five young children, three boys and two girls. 12 When he wrote his
will in 1830, Jonathan Logan bequeathed a third of his estate to “my
grandchildren the children of Robert A. Logan deceased.” 13 The
children’s mother Mary (Ruebottom) Logan also was deceased by
November 1835 when the administration notice of the estate of Robert A.
4
David Logan obituary, Arkansas Gazette, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1 September
1835, p. 3, col. 6.
5
Arkansas State Land Office Records, Book 19, p. 161, Family History Library
[FHL] microfilm 1302807. “James Logan, Jona. Logan and Melinda Pettit heirs
of David Logan deceased” is written in over the original entries of David Logan
in Sections 33 and 34 of Township 9 North, Range 25 West.
6
Logan County Arkansas: Its History and Its People, 244.
7
David Logan household, 1860 U.S. census, Scott County, Arkansas, population
schedule, Boon [sic] township, Boonville [sic] post office, p. 747, dwelling 321,
family 317; NA microfilm M653, roll 50.
8
“Kentucky Marriages 1802-1850,” Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com: 8
August 2006), for Logan marriages, Lincoln County.
9
Jonathan Logan household, 1830 U. S. census, Pope County, Arkansas
Territory, population schedule, p. 168, line 12; NA microfilm M19, roll 5.
10
Susan Ormesher, compiler, Missouri Marriages Before 1840, (Baltimore:
Genealogical Publishing Co., 1982), 137, cites Cape Girardeau County, Book 1.
11
The Gazette, Little Rock, Arkansas Territory, 13 February 1828, p. 3, col. 2.
12
Polly Logan household, 1830 U. S. census, Pope County, Arkansas Territory,
p. 168, line 13; next door was her father-in-law Johnathan Logan; NA microfilm
M19, roll 5.
13
Jonathan Logan, Sr., will (1830), Pope County, Arkansas Territory, Deed
Book A: 92; proved 25 January 1832; FHL microfilm 1026722.
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and Mary Logan was published. 14 The surviving sons David Latty,
Pleasant Dixon, and Robert Allison Logan, were called heirs of Robert
A. Logan when they went to court in 1845 to have Theodore Sadler
removed as their guardian. 15
David Latty Logan, son of Robert Allison and Mary (Ruebottom)
Logan, married Lucy C. Johnson 25 December 1845, and they had three
children: Mary A. in 1847, Lucy L. in 1853, and John E. in 1855. 16
David Latty Logan was married secondly to Minerva F. Johnson and
thirdly to Maryann Waide. 17 He had no children by his second wife and
his one known daughter by his third wife was Emma D. Logan born 30
August 1863. 18 She married James Martin Dorrough and they had a son
Arthur who acquired the family Bible. 19
Garry Logan’s article contains a photo of the two young sons of his
brother Grady standing next to the gravestone monument of David Logan
in the Logan Cemetery. These children are described as eighth
generation descendants of David Logan. 20 However, since the 1830 will
of Jonathan Logan calls his son Robert A. Logan deceased and includes
Robert’s children in the distribution of his estate, Robert Allison Logan
was in fact a nephew of David Logan, the father of Col. James Logan.
Garry Logan’s ancestor John Edward Logan was son of David Latty
Logan, grandson of Robert Allison Logan, and great-grandson of
Jonathan Logan, the brother of David Logan and uncle of Col. James
Logan.
The second Logan article in Logan County, Arkansas presents the
ancestry of James O. [Jim] Logan who also descended from Jonathan and
Frances Logan through their son Robert Allison. However, James O.
Logan also claimed in his article that he descended from Col. James
Logan, saying “I remember as a boy visiting many times in the log house
14
Arkansas Advocate, Little Rock, Arkansas, 25 December 1835, p. 3 col. 5.
Johnson County, Arkansas, Probate Book C: 47; FHL microfilm 1027113.
16
Family data, David L. Logan Family Bible, The New Testament, stereotype
edition (New York: The American Bible Society, 1831); original in the
possession of descendants of Arthur Dorrough, grandson of David and Maryann
(Waller) Waide Logan through their daughter Emma D. Logan. Photocopies
provided to this author by Bill Hanks of Little Rock, Arkansas.
17
Family data, David L. Logan Family Bible; also the Logan-Johnson marriage,
2 November 1858, Johnson County, Arkansas, Marriage Book N: 38, FHL
microfilm 1027105.
18
Family data, David L. Logan Family Bible.
19
Ibid. Also Dorrough-Logan marriage, 3 April 1878, Logan County, Arkansas,
Marriage Book B: 38, FHL film 1027136; see also James Dorrough household,
1900 U. S. census, Logan County, Arkansas, Johnson township, enumeration
district [ED] 54, stamped p. 80B, dwelling and family 18; NA microfilm T623,
roll 66.
20
Logan County, Arkansas: Its History and Its People, 244.
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built by my great-grandfather, Col. James Logan, the first real home
they built after settling on Sugar Creek” [emphasis mine]. 21
Mr. James O. Logan was not a great-grandson of Col. James Logan.
In fact, James O. Logan was the son of the same John Edward Logan and
his wife Cynthia Ida Dorrough who were Garry Logan’s ancestors.
James O. Logan was therefore the grandson of David Latty Logan. His
great-grandfather was Robert Allison Logan, not Col. James Logan.
James O. Logan appears on the 1900 census of Logan County, Arkansas,
with his father John Edward and siblings Otto D., Effa L., John P. and
Emma T. Logan. 22 John P. Logan married Bessie O’Neal 23 and their son
Pete O’Neal Logan became the father of Garry Logan and his brother
Grady.
My own dear aunt, Daisy (Logan) Davis submitted the third Logan
family article to Logan County, Arkansas. Her article, “John T. Logan”
contains several misinterpretations of data that I would like to correct.
Our ancestors Col. James Logan and his wife Rachel had ten children
who reached adulthood, 24 five of whom were males. Three of those sons
died single and without issue. David P. died in 1849, 25 Benjamin died in
1852, 26 and Daniel Boone Logan died in Weaverville, California, in
1855. 27 James’ and Rachel’s surviving sons were Jonathan, who married
Sarah Sophia Sadler, 28 and James Jr., who married twice, first to
Elizabeth Whitfield and second to Emma Barnett in February 1875.
Jonathan Logan is my great-great-grandfather. All of his children
were born between 1841 and 1866. 29 His brother James Logan, Jr., who
died in 1875, 30 had a daughter, James Estelle, born the day before he
died. The several children referred to in James’ obituary included the
21
Logan County, Arkansas: Its History and Its People, 244.
John E. Logan household, 1900 U. S. census, Logan County, Arkansas, Sugar
Creek township, ED 63, p. 200, dwelling 79, family 80; NA microfilm T623,
roll 66.
23
Logan County, Arkansas, Marriage Book 5: 39, FHL microfilm 1027161.
24
Rachel Logan obituary, Arkansas State Gazette and Democrat, Little Rock,
Arkansas, 16 April 1852, p. 3, col. 6.
25
David P. Logan obituary, Arkansas State Democrat, Little Rock, Arkansas, 31
August 1849, p. 3, col. 7.
26
Benjamin Logan obituary, Arkansas State Gazette and Democrat, Little Rock,
Arkansas, 6 February 1852, p. 3, col. 7.
27
Arkansas Gazette and Democrat, Little Rock, Arkansas, 9 March 1855, p. 2,
col. 1.
28
Logan-Sadler marriage, Family Record, Jonathan and Sarah Sophia (Sadler)
Logan family Bible, ca. 1844, passed by them to daughter Edith (Logan) Nunn,
and then to her son Joe Nunn; in possession of Mrs. Joe Nunn in 1983.
Photocopies of original pages in possession of this author.
29
Ibid.
30
Fort Smith Herald, Fort Smith, Arkansas, 25 December 1875, p. 3, col. 4.
22
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children of his sister Mary Wright who died when they were very young.
Both children were in the custody of James Jr. by 1860, appearing in his
household in the census of that year and in 1870. 31
The Jonathan Thomas Logan mentioned in my aunt’s article is my
grandfather and he was the son of Jonathan Boone Logan and Susan
Adelia Jacobs of Yell County, Arkansas, not Tennessee as stated in the
article. 32 Jonathan Boone Logan was the son of Jonathan and Sarah
Sophia (Sadler) Logan, also of Yell County, Arkansas. 33 Jonathan
Thomas Logan is the only one of the three Logan County residents
reported in the book that truly descends from both David Logan and Col.
James Logan.
Jonathan Logan was born on 28 November 1817 in Wayne County,
Missouri, to Col. James and Rachel (Steele) Logan. 34 Rachel Steele was
born in Tennessee, 35 and this fact may have led to my aunt’s confusion
about the origins of the later generations. Jonathan married Sarah Sophia
Sadler 21 June 1840 in Arkansas. 36 Jonathan and Sarah had eleven
children, one of them being Jonathan Boone Logan born 3 June 1849 in
Riley township, Yell County, Arkansas. 37
In her first sentence my aunt referenced a Sadler family book, 38 but
that source was actually the Genealogy of the Lewis Family in America
that includes the Sadler family. Sarah Sophia Sadler descends from the
John Lewis families of Virginia. The author of the Lewis book names the
children of Jonathan and Sarah (Sadler) Logan, but mistakenly calls
Jonathan Boone Logan by the name David Boone Logan. 39 A Sadler
Bible contains the marriage record of Nancy Rowland to William Sadler
31
James Logan household, 1860 U.S. census, Scott County, Arkansas,
population schedule, Revalee township, p. 783, dwelling 591, family 586; NA
microfilm M653, roll 50. James Logan household, 1870 U.S. census, Scott
County, Arkansas, population schedule, Sugar Creek township, p. 641, dwelling
and family 26; NA microfilm M593, roll 63.
32
Logan County, Arkansas: Its History and Its People, 244.
33
Family record, Jonathan and Sarah Sophia (Sadler) Logan Family Bible.
34
James Logan probate, Johnson County, Arkansas, Deed Book M: 157-62;
FHL microfilm 1027680.
35
James Logan household, 1850 U.S. census, Scott County, Arkansas,
population schedule, Boon township, p. 160, dwelling and family 476; NA
microfilm M432, roll 30.
36
Family record, Jonathan and Sarah Sophia (Sadler) Logan Family Bible.
37
Ibid.
38
Logan County, Arkansas: Its History and Its People, 244.
39
William Terrill Lewis, Genealogy of the Lewis Family in America (Louisville,
Kentucky: Courier-Journal Jobs Printing Co., 1893), 246.
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as well as the birth of their daughter, Sarah Sophia and her marriage to
Jonathan Logan in 1840. 40
Jonathan and Sarah Sophia (Sadler) Logan and Jonathan Boone and
Susan (Jacobs) Logan are buried in the Moore’s Chapel cemetery in
Waveland, Yell County, Arkansas. 41 Their beautiful headstones are a
tribute to their lives.
Jonathan Boone Logan married Susan Adelia Jacobs 11 November
1871 and they had six children. 42 Jonathan [sometimes called John]
Thomas Logan was born 6 July 1880, and by 1885 both his mother and
father had died. My aunt’s article indicates that at that time, he went to
live with his sister Emma and her husband Dr. G. T. Blacknall. 43 But
according to Lula Katherine [Warren] Logan, Emma Adelia Logan was
about thirteen when her father died and she did not marry G. T. Blacknall
until 1890. John Thomas went to Booneville to attend school and Dr.
James Nelson Sipe took him in until sometime in 1890 after Emma
married Dr. Blacknall. Jonathan Thomas married Lula Kate Warren in
Booneville on 21 January 1905. 44 Their six children were named
Imogene, Lois Sue, John Warren, Daisy Catherine, Helen Josephine and
Rose Marie Logan. The other details of my grandfather’s personal
history in Logan County, Arkansas are correct and provide a very brief
account of his life in Southern Home and Booneville.
I descend through Jonathan’s daughter Rose Marie Logan who
married John Manning Methvin, also of Booneville, Logan County,
Arkansas. They had three daughters, four grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren. My own grandson continues this lineage and is named
Logan Robert Warfield in honor of my mother’s maiden name.
40
Family data, Sadler Family Bible; original owned by Mrs. David M. Tuggle
who in 1925 resided in Hot Springs, Arkansas.
41
Jonathan and Sarah Logan gravestones and Jonathan Boone Logan and Susan
Logan gravestones, Moore’s Chapel Cemetery, Waveland, Yell County,
Arkansas; August 1983 photograph by Bill Hanks in author’s possession. The
Army Corps of Engineers moved these gravestones from their original location
to the Moore’s Chapel location between 1940 and 1947 when the Blue Mountain
Dam was created on the Petit Jean River as a flood control project.
42
Family record, Logan-Sadler family Bible; see also Jonathan B. Logan
household, 1880 U. S. census, Yell County, Arkansas, Riley District, population
schedule, ED 225, p. 446B, family 76; NA microfilm T9, roll 60.
43
Logan County, Arkansas: Its History and Its People, 244.
44
Logan County, Arkansas, Marriage Book 1, p. 447; FHL microfilm 1027159;
original marriage certificate in possession of this author, given to me by my
mother, and from her mother to her.
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Descendants of David Logan and Col. James Logan mentioned in
Logan County Arkansas – Its History and Its People
1) p. 118, Benjamin Boone Chism, son of Stephen Howard Chism and
Jennetta Cinnetar Logan, daughter of Col. James and Rachel Steel Logan
and sister of Jonathan Logan who married Sarah Sophia Sadler.
2) p. 244, John T. [Thomas] Logan, grandson of Jonathan and Sarah
Sophia Sadler Logan and great-grandson of Col. James Logan.
3) p. 367, Dr. DeWitt Clinton Wright and Amanda Rector Logan.
Amanda was the daughter of Col. James and Rachel Logan and sister of
Jonathan Logan who married Sarah Sophia Sadler.
************************************************
Descendants of Jonathan and Frances (Thurmond) Logan mentioned in
Logan County Arkansas – Its History and Its People
1) p. 144, June Davis married John Edward Logan in 1944 and resided in
Sylmar, California. He is the son of John P. and grandson of John
Edward and Cynthia Ida (Dorrough) Logan.
2) p. 155, Effie Logan, daughter of John Edward and Cynthia Ida
(Dorrough) Logan and sister of John P. and James O. Logan. She
married Columbus Mayfield Ellington.
3) pp. 199-200, Pete O’Neal Logan and Robbie Harrison reside in
Grayson Community, Logan County, Arkansas. Pete is the son of John P.
Logan and Bessie O’Neal and grandson of John Edward and Cynthia Ida
(Dorrough) Logan.
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Descendancy Chart for Garry Logan and James O. Logan Lineage
From James and Martha Logan
James and Martha Logan. James died 1788 in Lincoln County,
Kentucky. Will on file names son Jonathan below.
I. Jonathan Logan and Frances Thurmond married in Lincoln County,
Kentucky, 24 September 1792.
II. Robert Allison Logan, born about 1796, Christian County,
Kentucky, married Mary Ruebottom.
III. David Latty Logan, born 12 January 1823, Arkansas
Territory, married Lucy C. Johnson.
IV. John Edward Logan, born 23 March 1855 Pope County,
Arkansas, married Cynthia Ida Dorrough.
V. John P. Logan married Bessie O’Neal
V. James O. Logan married Edna Smith
Logan Family
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Descendants of James and Martha Logan
mentioned in the article
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LIBERTY-COLEMAN CEMETERY
LOGAN COUNTY, ARKANSAS
Surveyed in 1982 and updated with annotations by Bill Hanks
1217 W. 3rd Street
Little Rock, AR 72201-1903
LIBERTY CHURCH – LOGAN COUNTY, ARKANSAS
Liberty-Coleman Cemetery is located in Logan County, Arkansas,
midway between Magazine and Paris. At Driggs, turn off Arkansas
Highway 109 onto the Revilee Valley Road. After 1ВЅ miles turn right
onto Coleman Road. You will immediately see Liberty Church and the
cemetery on the right side of the road.
There are nearly two hundred marked graves and slightly fewer
unmarked graves in the cemetery. The oldest marked grave dates back to
1862. You can no longer see the unmarked graves, because the fieldstones that marked them have been removed for easier mowing.
The cemetery is located in Lot 5, in the north half of the northeast
quarter of section 3, township 6 north, range 26 west. On 23 August
1912, D. E. Coleman sold one acre and thirty-six rods of land for one
Liberty-Coleman Cemetery
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dollar to the Trustees of Liberty Cemetery: D. E. Coleman, T. J. Beard,
and W. D. Walker. This deed was recorded in Logan County Deed Book
23, page 511.
On 11 June 1947, D. Coleman sold three acres and 125 square feet of
land for thirty dollars to the Trustees of Liberty Cemetery: J. W. Beard,
Austin Penicks, and W. E. Jones. This deed was recorded in Logan
County Deed Book 47 on page 429.
In 1947 the church trustees moved Liberty Church about a mile to its
present location in front of the cemetery. It originally stood near the old
house of Grandma Coleman who gave the land. On 5 August 1881 Mary
H. Coleman sold the acre known as Liberty Church grounds for one
dollar to the trustees of Liberty Church: D. C. Watkins, J. H. Heathcott,
and D. T. Maddox. Mrs. Coleman specified the church had to be “free to
the use and enjoyment of all religious denominations” and used for
“religious and school purposes.” The original location was in the
northwest corner of the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of
section 3, township 6 north, range 25 west. That deed was recorded in
Logan County Deed Book F, p. 184.
Name
Ashworth, Thomas Ben
Ashworth, Izziebell
Birth
16 Apr 1877
27 Oct 1880
Ashworth, Orine
Ashworth, Mary L.
16 Aug 1913
26 Apr 1886
Ashworth, Laura Burk
Ashworth, Child
1873
Ashworth, Frances Ella
Ashworth, Sarah E. (Mrs.)
Ashworth, Ara
Ashworth, James M
Bailey, Irene Mamie
19 Oct 1872
19 Mar 1851
18 Jul 1844
29 Aug 1847
28 Aug 1908
Bailey, Frank
Bailey, R. D.
Beard, Eudora John (Smith)
Beard, Thomas Jefferson
Beard, Janie (Friddle)
Beard, John Wesley
Beck, Lucinda Catherine
(Fox)
Beck, C. Dawson
30 May 1904
6 Sep 1939
10 Aug 1858
15 Feb 1856
17 Jan 1878
26 Jun 1880
11 Apr 1854
14
01 Jan 1859
Death
Comment
28 Jun 1955 FHM*
5 Jan 1968 Wife of T. B.
FHM
8 Oct 1913 Daughter of T. B.
08 Jan 1890 Daughter of J. M.
and Ary
1900 Wife of Frank
no dates Child of Frank &
Laura
7 Apr 1958
9 Jul 1914
15 Apr 1893 Wife of J. M.
4 Jun 1912
6 May 2000 Wife of F.,
married 1936
12 Jan 1977
1 Feb 1941
26 Jun 1899 Wife of T. J.
19 Jul 1917
22 Jan 1911 Wife of J. W.
9 Jun 1971
19 Jun 1907 Wife of I.
ca. Jun 1927
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Beck, Martha (Fouts)
Beck, Frances J.
Birth
01 Jun 1858
19 May 1840
Beck, Julia Ann (Bailey)
Beck, John Henry
Beck, Marion Jasper
Beck, Dee Etta (Biggs)
Beck, Isaiah "Jack"
Beck, Charles P.
Brice, Infant Daughter
03 May 1886
27 Feb 1885
01 Oct 1872
25 Jan 1884
22 Nov 1846
02 Nov 1874
Brice, John W.
Brice, Lenora Lucinda
(Denton)
Cameron, Jesse Wayne
Cameron, Marvin Del
"Tater"
Cameron, Bettie Louise
(Johnson)
18 Dec 1881
02 Mar 1882
Death
Comment
12 Feb 1926 Wife of C. D.
11 Sep 1891 Wife of Wm.
Jasper
4 Nov 1954 Wife of J. H.
21 May 1955
14 Mar 1960
23 Oct 1968 Wife of M. J.
5 Feb 1910
29 Sep 1887 Son of I. & L. C.
5 Oct 1905 Daughter of J. W.
& L. L.
1 Jan 1959
7 Jun 1954 Wife of J. W.
24 Mar 1986
12 May 1939
23 Mar 2005
No date
Cameron, John Daniel
Cameron, Nora (Milligan)
Cameron, Michael Wayne
15 Mar 1885
21 Sep 1910
29 Jun 1962
Chinn, Bob
Coleman, Robert
Poindexter
Coleman, Mary Elizabeth
(Harp)
Coleman, Kataca Mittie Joe
(Dalton)
Coleman, Mary Hutchison
(Grogan)
Coleman, Robert Spillsby
Coleman, William Samuel
Coleman, Dicey Elizabeth
(Lee)
Coleman, Osa
Coleman, Sarah Ellen
(Johnson)
Coleman, Dewitt Eugene
Liberty-Coleman Cemetery
12 Feb 1940
01 Apr 1857
No date Wife of M. D.
married April 24,
1959
29 Jan 1961
8 May 2000 Wife of J. D.
16 Aug 1995 Husband of
Tammy, Father of
Jesse, Brandi, &
Katie
ca. 1920 Unmarked
22 Mar 1920
13 Dec 1855
16 Feb 1928 Wife of R. P.
05 Dec 1864
10 Apr 1890 1st Wife of D. E.
07 Aug 1822 20 May 1908 Wife of R. S.
01 Feb 1812 29 May 1872
16 Dec 1861 02 Feb 1894
02 Aug 1863 11 Sep 1890 Wife of W. S.
01 Sep 1889
24 Sep 1875
30 Oct 1892 Daughter of W. S.
& D. E.
26 Dec 1893 2nd Wife of D. E.
21 Jun 1859
21 Mar 1955
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Name
Coleman, Armindia Jane
Birth
21 Feb 1884
Coleman, Jerome Dewitt
02 Jul 1877
Coleman, Eugenia
Hutchison
Coleman, William Alvin
26 Jan 1882
14 Jan 1879
Corley, John Stephen
Corley, Caldonia E. (Roy)
Corley, Dollie C.
29 Feb 1868
09 May 1872
10 Jun 1906
Corley, Taylor C.
06 Nov 1888
Corley, Infant Daughter
Cothern, James
15 Jan 1872
Cothern, Mrs. L. E.
Dalton, Susanah A. (Perry)
06 Jan 1842
01 Sep 1842
Dalton, Alice I.
21 Oct 1889
Dalton, Elma G.
29 Jun 1888
Davis, Robert B.
22 May 1932
Davis, Dawne "Amelia"
Dempsey, William
Dempsey, Rebeca
23 Jun 1941
01 Jan 1821
ca. 1820
Denton, Carl M.
12 Nov 1903
Denton, Earl
Denton, Orville B.
Denton, John Monroe
Denton, Marguarite Belle
(Fox)
Denton, Julius Leonadus
Denton, Alvis D.
Ellington, Baby Boy
Ellington, Baby Girl
23 Mar 1905
12 Jan 1912
01 Oct 1849
01 Oct 1856
Fairbanks, Bethel Maurice
16
05 Apr 1893
14 Sep 1937
4 Oct 1930
Death
Comment
05 Aug 1887 Daughter of D. E.
& M. J.
20 Aug 1888 Son of R. P. & M.
E.
27 Sep 1882 Daughter of D. E.
& M. J.
20 Jan 1880 Son of R. P. & M.
E.
22 Dec 1913
23 Mar 1901 Wife of J. S.
30 Jun 1907 Daughter of J. S.
& Mary E.
05 Aug 1891 Son of J. S. & C.
E.
1896 Daughter of J. S.
& C. E.
04 Sep 1895 Son of J. A & L.
E.
03 Dec 1897
20 May 1880 Wife of Rev. John
B.
09 Aug 1890 Daughter of D. E.
and N. D.
08 Aug 1890 Daughter of D. E.
and N. D.
9 Jun 1999 PFC, USAF,
Korea
No date Wife of R. B.
16 Sep 1902 Unmarked
27? Apr 1893 Field Stone, Wife
of W.
20 Jun 1905 Son of H. F. &
Dollie
20 Oct 1914
1 Jun 1960
24 Oct 1915
31 Mar 1936 Wife of J. M.
5 Jun 1918
29 Dec 1994
1927 Son of B. & S.
1934 Daughter of B. &
S.
No date
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Name
Fairbanks, Wynema May
(Graham)
Fairbanks, Debra Lynn
Farris, Rev. Andrew J.
Farris, Ida A. (Spain)
Findley, Dollie Jane
(Heathcott)
Findley, Clarence
Findley, Gilla Alberta
Birth
9 May 1934
28 Oct 1955
27 Jan 1905
01 Feb 1876
01 Nov 1877
23 Jan 1966
20 Apr 1942
30 Apr 1962 Wife of A. J.
1902 1st Wife of Milan
11 Oct 1900
6 Feb 1902
Findley, Raymond
Findley, Minnie (Ellington)
Findley, Willie Audie
1935
30 Jan 1903
29 Oct 1898
Findley, Loretta Lucille
(Walker)
Findley, Milan
Findley, Elba (Coleman)
Fisher, E. J.
Fisher, Lillie (Capps)
Fisher, Clifford Ernest
Fisher, Lois Amelia (Beck)
7 May 1925
26 Nov 1981
01 Jan 1903 Daughter of M. &
D. J.
19 Apr 1937 Son of C. & M.
3 Aug 1997 Wife of C.
4 Jul 1983 Buried at Hughes
Springs, TX
17 Oct 1968 Wife of C. L.
05 Sep 1870
14 Mar 1885
4 Dec 1928
28 May 1929
31 Jul 1903
22 Mar 1910
Foshee, Diana Lynn
Foshee, Robert W.
Foshee, Foye Florene
(Johnson)
22 May 1958
22 Mar 1931
29 Sep 1935
Fox, Elizabeth (Lee)
Fox, Henry M.
Fox, Jayhue L.
Fox, Lidy Jane (Wilson)
Fox, Henry A.
Frost, Donald
29 May 1834
15 Jun 1858
1885
09 Oct 1862
1858
04 Dec 1895
Graham, Abraham J.
Graham, Oma Belle
(Coleman)
Graham, Loren Dee "Jack"
Graham, Anna Bell (Smith)
18 Apr 1883
11 Mar 1888
26 Oct 1910
26 Aug 1914
Graham, Lydal Ewing
15 Sep 1925
Liberty-Coleman Cemetery
Death
Comment
17 Nov 2002 Wife of B. M.
7 Feb 1941
27 Jun 1974 2nd wife of M.
7 Jan 1993
No date Wife of E. J.
20 Aug 1988
30 Dec 1999 Wife of C. E.
married Jan. 1,
1928
No date
22 Oct 1998
No date Wife of R. W.
married July 3,
1957
15 Feb 1903 Wife of H. E.
23 Apr 1905
1903
22 Sep 1961 Wife of H. M.
23 Apr 1903
14 Sep 1896 Son of E. C. & S.
A.
7 Feb 1959
17 Oct 1964 Wife of A. J.
15 Mar 1993 FHM
29 Jan 1988 Wife of L. D.
FHM
No date
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Graham, Emma Louise
(Smith)
Graham, Wendell Ray
Birth
21 Jun 1922
Graham, Dorothy
L.(Cameron)
Graham, Lennie Guise
Graham, Vernia Ollie
(Storts)
Graham, Orvel Lee
Graham, Shirley Louise
Graham, W. D.
Graham, Alvin Daniel
Graham, Horace Lee
14 Nov 1926
11 Apr 1999 Pvt. USMC,
WWII
27 Jun 1992 Wife of W. R.
2 Nov 1907
17 Jul 1907
4 Jan 1976
12 Jan 1979 Wife of L. G.
Graham, Harold D.
29 Mar 1928
8 Jul 1928
6 Oct 1943
9 Feb 1942
11 Mar 1932
29 Mar 1928
Graham, Wynema R.
Green, Francis L.
Heathcott, William Alfred
Heathcott, Emily Rebecca
(Coleman)
Heathcott, Infant Son
3 Feb 1932
1948
1 Oct 1852
24 Jul 1854
Heathcott, William Alfred
Heathcott, Infant Dau.
20 Dec 1876
Heathcott, James H.
Heathcott, Infant
Heathcott, Frances (Spain)
Heathcott, Jim
Heathcott, Lola Lee
Heathcott, Sarah Evelyn
(Jorden)
Hill, Gertrude Hunter
Hopson, Charles R., Jr.
Hopson, Laveda B.
Johnson, Mary Frances
(Heathcott)
18
ca. 1833
15 Apr 1836
ca. 1859
14 Jan 1904
30 Apr 1883
6 Jun 1894
3 Dec 1928
31 Dec 1937
ca. 1866
Death
Comment
7 Mar 1986 Wife of L. E.
30 Jun 1948
15 Oct 1943
18 Feb 1942
12 Jan 1934
5 Nov 1972 SI, U.S. Navy,
WWII
21 Apr 1989 SI, U.S. Navy,
WWII
No date Wife of H. L.
2001 FHM
5 May 1907
01 Jul 1879 Wife of W. A.
ca. 1944 Unmarked, Son of
Arles D. &
Imogene H.
10 Jan 1947
1941 Unmarked,
Daughter of Arles
D. & Imogene H.
02 Aug 1880
01 Jul 1879 Child of William
A. & Emily R.
unmarked
02 Apr 1870 Wife of J. H.
ca. 1911
6 Feb 1923
29 Feb 1940 Wife of W. A.
10 Oct 1979
27 Oct 1983
No date Wife of C. R.
30 Nov 1890 Wife of J. W. &
mother of R. H.
Sr.
Liberty-Coleman Cemetery
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Name
Johnson, Otha Manson
"Jack"
Johnson, Mattie Clara
(Jones)
Johnson, Coye Eugene
Jones, Conaway
Jones, Susan E.
Jones, George Washington
Jones, Buddy
Jones, Zebriar Anthrow
Jones, Thomas J.
Jones, Treecy Ollie
(Gaylor)
Jones, Maicilla B.
Jones, Charles Harvey
Birth
11 Aug 1904
Death
Comment
24 Jan 1969 Married 1933
25 Sep 1909
11 Apr 1972 Wife of O. M.
25 Aug 1934
30 Nov 2001 Son of O. M. and
M. C.
1877 Married Ruth
Biggs Nov. 10,
1840, Jefferson
County, Tenn.
20 Dec 1901
27 Apr 1949
04 Jun 1899 Son of J. T. & Ella
23 Jan 1921
8 Dec 1928
15 Dec 1918 Wife of T. J.
1814
06 Feb 1848
01 Sep 1884
06 May 1897
16 Jul 1882
04 Mar 1846
18 May 1854
07 Nov 1895
6 Oct 1947
Jones, Otha Arnold
31 Aug 1911
Jones, Elsie Shelton
Jones, Rufus
Jones, Darrel A.
Jones, John Arnold
24 Apr 1913
17 Mar 1921
17 Mar 1921
Jones, Evey L.
14 Nov 1897
Jones, Charles Walter
Jones, Lula (Graham)
Jones, Deltha
25 Nov 1874
17 Jul 1887
13 Dec 1912
Jones, Ermal
17 Sep 1914
Jones, Vollie
Jones, Howard E.
28 Jun 1908
5 Jan 1918
Jones, Wiley Everett
Jones, Ada Faye (Jorden)
Jones, Susan E.
Lamb, Eugene
Liberty-Coleman Cemetery
28 Feb 1888
16 May 1885
06 Feb 1848
9 Apr 1933
18 Aug 1896 Daughter of J. T.
& Ella
No date Son of Otha &
Elsie
28 Dec 1995 Buried Nat'l.
Cemetery,
Riverside, CA.
30 Apr 1965 2nd Wife of O. A.
23 Jun 1922
21 Jun 1922
1 Mar 1949 Son of Otha &
Elsie
9 Dec 1900 Daughter of C. W.
& M. Z.
17 Oct 1912
23 Jan 1918 1st Wife of W. E.
5 Mar 1913 Son of Everett &
Lula
1 Oct 1914 Son of Everett &
Lula
21 Aug 1962
7 Sep 1918 Son of E. A. &
Effie D.
21 Jan 1971
7 Dec 1963 2nd Wife of W. E.
20 Dec 1901
20 May 1978
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Name
Lamb, John W.
Lamb, Ola Violet
Lamb, Minnie
Birth
8 Mar 1905
24 Dec 1896
Lamb, Harold
Marshall, Ann Eliza
(Coleman)
Marshall, Albert
28? Oct 1892
03 Feb 1842
Marshall, Ellen H.
08 Jul 1839
11 Oct 1880
Marshall, Robert S.
Marshall, Troy David
Marshall, Louella (Denton)
Marshall, William David
Martin, Benjamin Stephen
01 Aug 1882
27 Jan 1905
19 May 1875
26 Nov 1872
25 Apr 1843
Martin, Sarah Washington
(Spruell)
Martin, Meranda (Jones)
Mathews, Mary J.
14 Jan 1843
14 Sep 1896
ca. 1836
Page, James A.
Page, Mattie
Partain, Arch C.
Partain, Oscar C.
12 Jul 1873
01 May 1881
28 May 1857
01 Dec 1884
Partain, Edgar
20 Nov 1886
Partain, Infant
14 Feb 1888
Parker, Jack
07 Aug 1885
Parker, Mary Artillier
(Coleman)
Penicks, Jessie Lockie
Penicks, J. D.
28 Nov 1885
Penicks, Florence Easter
(Keith)
Penicks, Eutha Levina
24 Mar 1856
Richards, Millie Savanah
(Heathcott)
20
21 Jun 1851
4 Nov 1912
Death
Comment
7 Jul 1936
4 Jan 1939
16 Apr 1933 Wife of Ben, Field
Stone
12 Jan 1939 FHM
24 Oct 1909 Wife of A.
1 Feb 1905 Corp'l Co. B, 2nd
Arkansas Inf.,
USA
26 Aug 1881 Daughter of A. &
A. E.
03 Jul 1883 Son of A. & A. E.
25 Jul 1915 Son of W. D. & L.
7 Jan 1943 Wife of W. D.
21 Nov 1904
12 Aug 1899 Co. A., 38th Ga
Inf. CSA
22 Jan 1911 Wife of B. S.
2 Dec 1922 Wife of John
16 Jul 1862 Wife of A., oldest
marked grave
1 May 1942
12 Nov 1939
31 Jan 1897
16 Jul 1887 Son of A. C. & S.
E.
17 Jul 1892 Son of A. C. & S.
E.
17 Feb 1888 Infant of A. C. &
S. E.
no date Buried at Paint
Rock Cemetery
8 Dec 1907 Wife of Jack
21 Nov 1928
1933 Son of Lowell &
Opal
20 Oct 1943 Wife of J. L.
25 Jul 1914 Daughter of S. A.
& Bertie
29 May 1927 Wife of Dewitt,
unmarked
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Name
Robins, Elizabeth Elaine
Robins, Thomas Dudley
Robins, Delbert Dyree
Birth
2 Jan 1965
1 Nov 1938
02 Jun 1899
Robins, Estella May
17 Feb 1901
Robins, Alice Elizabeth
21 Jan 1941
Shulte, Brady
Smith, Susan Jane
(Heathcott)
Spain, Amanda Jane
(Marshall)
Spain, Edward
Spain, Rev. John W.
Spain, Alson Browning
Spain, Jane Sharpe
(Coleman)
Spoon, Hubert Pascal
31 Jan 1972
ca. 1863
02 Jan 1862
17 Dec 1896
25 Dec 1853
15 Nov 1856
22 Jan 1851
16 Jan 1968
27 Feb 1938 Unmarked
30 Jan 1940
9 Aug 1916 Wife of J. W.
25 Apr 1910
2 Mar 1972 LA, Sp5, Btry A,
491 FLD Arty
BN, WWII
3 Jun 1911 Wife of C. G.
15 Aug 1899
17 Sep 1901
30 Jun 1910
25 Jan 1937
25 Oct 1919 Wife of G. B.
17 Mar 1932
21 Oct 2001 U. S. Marine
Corps.
30 Dec 1942 FHM
10 Jun 1993
1922 Son of A. M. & E.
L. FHM
06 Jul 1887 Wife of Samuel
Springer, Rosa B.
Storts, James
Storts, Ora
Storts, Johnaton
Tierce, Clarence Fredrick
Tierce, Frances
Tierce, G. B.
Tripp, Roy Luther Jr.
29 Jan 1863
28 Jul 1899
13 May 1901
8 Mar 1910
12 Jun 1905
06 Dec 1882
22 Oct 1876
13 Jun 1958
Tritt, Miss Sarah
Walker, Alvin Ruel
Walker, Arlis W.
19 Mar 187?
12 Feb 1923
Walker, Permelia Caroline
(Hawkins)
Walker, Leonard A.
28 Sep 1847
Walker, Verna Ruth
Walker, Thomas Lester
Walker, Sarah Tressie
(Ashworth)
Walker, Hoyt Leslie
Liberty-Coleman Cemetery
Death
Comment
15 Oct 1994
29 Jul 2005
6 Sep 1900 Son of R. O. & R.
E.
14 Oct 1901 Daughter of R. O.
& R. E.
13 Dec 2004 Wife of T. D.,
married Sept. 19,
1963
18 Feb 2006 FHM
ca. 1886 Wife of Oliver T.,
unmarked
31 Jan 1899 Wife of A. B.
1919
1921 Son of A. M. & E.
L. FHM
27 Sep 1934
No date Wife of A. R.
28 Oct 1892 14 May 1958
21 Mar 1896
2 Nov 1966 Wife of T. L.
28 Feb 1959
28 Jun 1959
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Walker, Hoyt Ray
Walker, California Permilia
Birth
6 Jan 1920
16 Feb 1882
Walker, Effie V. (Bullock)
Walker, Boyd Ray
Walker, Joseph Warren
11 Aug 1912
27 Jan 1974
23 Jan 1877
Walker, David Deen
19 Aug 1915
Walker, William David
Walker, Etta Leona (Beck)
Walker, Ulysses Garfield
24 Jan 1867
12 Apr 1877
16 Jan 1885
Walker, Samuel (Rev.)
28 Aug 1844
Wehunt, Infant Son
Wehunt, Zelma (Appleton)
Wehunt, Oscar L.
Wehunt, Thomas Jefferson
Wehunt, Merril Ray
Wehunt, Almeda
(Heathcott)
White, William Elden
Wilson, Aubry
Wilson, Orus
Wilson, Aldines Kieffer
Wilson, Alvis
Wilson, Rosie (Graham)
York, Bertha
7 Dec 1902
20 Feb 1891
12 Jan 1868
15 Jul 1900
11 Apr 1869
Death
Comment
6 Dec 1980
11 Dec 1885 Daughter of
Samuel and
Caroline
No date Wife of H. R.
26 Mar 1985
7 Nov 1910 Son of Samuel
and Caroline
5 Oct 1920 Son of W. D. & E.
L.
2 Feb 1936
19 Jul 1965 Wife of W. D.
19 Jan 1886 Son of Samuel
and Caroline
15 Apr 1903 Co. M., 5 Iowa
Cav. USA
30 Dec 1895 Son of E. A. & L.
C.
22 Feb 1987 Wife of M. R.
9 Oct 1968
13 Jun 1936
2 Dec 1972
20 Jun 1961 Wife of T. J.
3 Oct 1906 17 May 1907 Son of A. B. &
Elsie
15 Aug 1911
8 Oct 1913
7 Jul 1914 17 Sep 1914
03 Jul 1888 5? Mar 1970
17 Jul 1915 27 Jan 1917
05 Jan 1886
6 Mar 1923 Wife of A. K.
Field Stone
no dates
* FHM – Abbreviation for funeral home marker
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MISS MATTIE HUDGINS
The Earliest Born Person with an Arkansas Prior Birth Certificate
Submitted by Rebecca Wilson
[email protected]
Martha Ann “Mattie” Hudgins has the distinction of having the earliest
valid birth date of anyone indexed thus far in the Arkansas Prior Birth
Certificates. 1 She was born 6 June 1856 in a part of Carroll County near
1
Arkansas Act 96 of 1913 required the establishment of the Bureau of Vital
Statistics for an adequate system of registration of births. The State of Arkansas
officially began recording birth certificates in February 1914; some cities,
notably Fort Smith and Little Rock, recorded births many years earlier. With
the advent of the Social Security Act, other social programs and government
employment opportunities, people who were born before 1914 needed a birth
certificate. In 1942 the state of Arkansas began filing these certificates in a
separate set of binders known as the “Priors.” In accordance with Act 1254 of
1995, Arkansas law allows people doing genealogical research to obtain a copy
Mattie Hudgins
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Harrison, which is now Boone County. Mattie was the daughter of Dr.
John Wesley and Mary Malinda (Byrne) Hudgins. 2 Dr. Hudgins, one of
the first physicians in the area, died in 1858 3 when Mattie was about two
years old. Dr. Hudgins and Malinda had been married only five years at
the time of his death and had three children, Brice Benjamin, Martha Ann
and Mary M. According to the 1860 census, Malinda Hudgins and her
three children were living near Mt. Pleasant, Carroll County, next door to
her parents, Brice and Ann (Rawlston) Byrne. 4
Mattie began her career as an elementary school teacher when she was
about eighteen years old 5 and continued teaching for about 54 years. She
continued to live with her mother until her mother’s death in 1906. 6 In
1910, Mattie spent a year as a missionary of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, South, teaching public school at Mt. Scott in southwest
Oklahoma. 7 She lived with the Thomas G. Welch family during that
time. 8
In 1920 Mattie was living with her niece, Iva Ruth (Bradley) Barnett
(Mrs. William V.), and her family on South Cherry Street in Harrison.
Also in the household was Mattie’s widowed sister, Mary M. (Hudgins)
of a birth certificate, if the person would be at least one hundred years old. In
1999 the Arkansas Genealogical Society began a project to index and publish
all of the “Priors” birth certificates. Four different formats of birth certificates
were used, each requesting slightly different information.
2
Martha Ann Hudgins, prior birth certificate filing year 1942, binder 1, volume
125, certificate no. 3826, Arkansas Department of Health, Division of Vital
Records, Little Rock, Arkansas.
3
A Reminiscent History of the Ozark Region, Goodspeed, 1978, p. 346. Sketch
of Judge B. B. Hudgins, Mattie’s brother.
4
Bryce Byrne household and Malinda Hudgins household, 1860 U.S. census,
Carroll County, Arkansas, population schedule, Mt. Pleasant, Jefferson
Township, p. 689, dwellings 8 and 9, families 8 and 9; National Archives [NA]
microfilm M653, roll 38.
5
“Devotes Life to Teaching ,” Harrison (Ark.) Times – Arkansas Centennial
Edition, Harrison, Arkansas, 11 June 1936, p. 3, col. 6.
6
Malinda Hudgins household, 1870 U.S. census, Boone County, Arkansas,
population schedule, Harrison, Harrison township, p. 425, dwelling and family
88; NA microfilm M593, roll 48. Malinda Hudgins household, 1880 U.S.
census, Boone County, Arkansas, population schedule, Harrison, Harrison
township, enumeration district [ED] 18, p. 526, dwelling 133, family 136; NA
microfilm T9, roll 39. Malinda Hudgins household, 1900 U.S. census, Harrison,
Boone County, Arkansas, population schedule, Harrison township, ED 29, p.
12A, dwelling 220, family 243; NA microfilm T623, roll 51.
7
Mattie Hudgins obituary, Harrison Daily Times, Harrison, Arkansas, 2 October
1945, p. 1, col. 3.
8
Thomas G. Welch household, 1910 U.S. census, Comanche County,
Oklahoma, population schedule, McMaster township, precinct no. 2, ED 56,
dwelling 3, family 5; NA microfilm T624, roll 1248.
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Bradley. 9 After her year of missionary service, Mattie resumed her career
as a public school teacher in the Harrison schools.
By 1930 Mattie, age 73, was still living on South Cherry Street in her
sister Mary’s household. Mattie’s occupation appears to have first been
written as “Teacher,” but was marked over with “None.” 10 The 1935
Harrison City Directory lists Mattie’s occupation as “dress goods sales.”
Mattie’s 80th birthday coincided with the Arkansas centennial year of
1936. The Harrison Arkansas Times included an article in their Centennial Edition on 11 June 1936 about her birthday party and about her life as
a teacher. In the article Mattie reminisced about her early years as an
educator in rural Boone County, which began “in the summer of 1874 in a
log shanty; the only equipment being benches made of half logs elevated
on wooden pegs.”
“Indeed, the school houses of the seventies and even in the
eighties were crude affairs,” said Miss Mattie in discussing her
early experiences as a teacher. “Fact is, everything was crude in
those days. Our mode of conveyance consisted principally of ox
teams and tar pole wagons. We manufactured practically all of
our clothing, even our shoes. Shoes for children were a luxury
then at any time except the dead of winter. I do not recall that
any of my pupils wore shoes to school during my early terms
though many who went to school then were almost men and
women. They usually had their pants rolled up while the girls
protected their feet from sight by their long skirts.
“My first term of school and for a good many years
thereafter was only for three months, usually in July, August and
September, designed to cover that period of time between the
laying of crops and the approach of winter. No provision was
made for heating and lighting, the season the houses were used
made it unnecessary.
“Webster’s Blue Back Speller was the only standard text
book and it was that because there were no others available. I
instructed in any book that a pupil happened to bring in. The
spelling book was used very largely as a reader and for language.
The ambition of most parents, or many of them at least, in those
days was to have their children read and write. Those two
accomplishments placed a person in the educated class.
9
William V. Barnett household, 1920 U.S. census, Boone County, Arkansas,
population schedule, Harrison, Harrison township, ED 45, p. 5B, dwelling 111,
family 119; NA microfilm T626, roll 54.
10
Mary Bradley household, 1930 U.S. census, Boone County, Arkansas,
population schedule, Harrison, Harrison township, ED 14, p. 2A, dwelling 55,
family 59; NA microfilm T626, roll 65.
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“Great times we had on Friday afternoons in those days. The
last afternoon of the week was invariably given over to spelling
matches and declamations. Many parents came to witness these
programs. All the pupils, big and little, were required to
declaim. I have just a very district [sic] recollection of some of
the jingles and doggerel that were used for speeches. Sometimes
they got them out of readers, sometimes they got them out of
almanacs, but many of the smaller children depended on their
parents to teach them something.
“Among the more classical with the larger pupils were
�Mary’s Lamb,’ �Haste the School Boy,’ �The Twinkling Star’
and some others that have found a permanent place in literature.
“Athletics in those days consisted of town ball, bull pen,
black man and marbles. The girls favorite was the jumping of
the grape vine before ropes came into fashion.” 11
When Mattie died, 1 October 1945, her obituary was printed on page
one of the Harrison Daily Times. She was buried beside her parents and
near her brother and sister in the Hudgins-Hudson Cemetery about ten
miles south of Harrison.
Harrison Daily Times, October 2, 1945, page 1.
Miss Hudgins, Veteran Teacher, Dies Here
Miss Mattie Hudgins, 89, veteran school teacher who has 54
years of service to her credit in the schools of Boone county,
died at the home, 307 south Cherry street, early today.
Every day up to the time of her recent illness, the veteran
school teacher took long walks which she credited for keeping
her active, and made her way through the business district each
day on business with the spryness of a woman half her years.
Her father, John Wesley Hudgins, settled in this community
long before Harrison was mapped out. Miss Mattie was born
June 6th, 1856 at the Hudgins homestead south of town.
Educated in the public schools, she taught her first school at
what was then known as Spout Spring, near Olvey in the summer
of 1874, in a log school house when she was 16 years of age, and
continued her teaching career for 54 years with one exception
when she served one year as a missionary of the M. E. Church,
South at Mt. Scott, Oklahoma from 1910-1911. She taught for
11
“Devotes Life to Teaching ,” Harrison (Ark.) Times – Arkansas Centennial
Edition, Harrison, Arkansas, 11 June 1936, p. 3, col. 6.
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20 years in the Harrison schools. During her teaching career,
Miss Hudgins taught three generations of several families and in
later years she had as her pupils children whose grandparents she
taught their ABC’s in the seventies. More than 100 of her
former pupils came from as far away as Chicago to honor her
when she celebrated her 80th birthday.
Surviving are seven nieces, Miss Dulcie Bradley with whom
she made her home, Miss Ora Hudgins, Mrs. Maud Woods of
Pasadena, Calif., Mrs. Obie Taylor and Mrs. W. V. Barnett of
Harrison, Mrs. Francis W. Kramer of Chicago, Mrs. Reynold
Gardner of Amarilo [sic], Texas; five nephews, Oscar Hudgins
of Harrison, John Hudgins of St. Louis, Mo., Walter W.
Haywood and Jack Bradley of Fort Smith.
Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday afternoon at 3
o’clock at the Christeson Funeral Home by the Rev. William F.
Cooley, Methodist pastor.
Mary M. Hudgins, Mattie’s sister, married Samuel W. Bradley about
1876. 12 Samuel, born in Georgia March 1854,13 and Mary, born 1858,14
(probably Carroll County, Arkansas) had eight known children, all born
in Boone County, Arkansas: Mattie Dulsey July 1877; Walter W.
September 1879; Samuel B. January 1883; Troy L. October 1884; John
H. February 1887; Ivy Ruth January 1889; Mary L. August 1891; and
Marion G. October 1897. Mary died in 1940.
By 1877 Mattie’s brother, Brice Benjamin Hudgins (15 August
1854-1 December 1923), 15 managed to obtain enough education to teach
school. He was admitted to the bar in 1879, and began a distinguished
career in public service in addition to a law practice. “He was
prominently mentioned for Governor of the state at one time, when he
made a memorable speech in favor of an honest election system which
cost him the favor of some influential politicians and the nomination.” 16
In Harrison, Boone County, Arkansas, on 27 September 1877, Brice
Benjamin Hudgins married Josephine Bailey, 17 daughter of William
12
A Reminiscent History of the Ozark Region, Goodspeed, 346.
Samuel W. Bradley household, 1900 U.S. census, Boone County, Arkansas,
population schedule, Harrison township, ED 29, p. 12A, dwelling 221, family
244; NA T623, roll 51.
14
Mary Bradley tombstone, Hudgins-Hudson Cemetery, Boone County,
Arkansas (ten miles South of Harrison); transcribed by Fred Hudson.
15
B. B. Hudgins tombstone, Hudgins-Hudson Cemetery.
16
Judge B. B. Hudgins Prominent Lawyer, Harrison (Ark.) Times – Arkansas
Centennial Edition, Harrison, Arkansas, 11 June 1936, p. 3, col. 5.
17
Boone County Genealogical Society, Marriage Records of Boone County,
Arkansas 1869-1916, Arkansas Research, Inc., 2003.
13
Mattie Hudgins
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Wilson and Margaret Emeline (Wesson) Bailey. 18 Josephine was born
in Boone County, Arkansas, 21 March 1859 and died 12 February
1912. 19 Judge Hudgins and Josephine had eight children, all born in
Boone County: Oscar W. 1878; Ora Mae 15 May 1880; Ben Hill August
1882; Josephine 1886; Maud L. March 1887; Lucy M. August 1892;
Abbie B. April 1897; and John Bailey 18 March 1900. 20
The Arkansas Democrat Dec 3, 1923, p. 4 col. 8
Harrison Jurist, Veteran Office Holder, Expires
Harrison, Dec. 3. —(Special)—Judge Brice Ben Hudgins,
aged 68, died at his home in this city Saturday night after a
period of illness covering several years.
Judge Hudgins had been conspicuous as a politician, office
holder and lawyer since 1875. He served Boone county in the
legislature in 1885, 1887, and 1889, being speaker of the House
during the latter term. He was judge of the Fourteenth Judicial
Circuit from 1890 to 1898 and was chairman of the Arkansas
Railroad Commission from 1903 to 1907, following which he
was again elected circuit judge, serving for four years.
He was appointed register [sic] of the United States land
office in 1913, but resigned at the expiration of two years on
account of broken health, and had been an invalid ever since,
having been confined to his room most of the time.
Judge Hudgins ranked high among the legal fraternity of the
state, but his most conspicuous trait of character was his rugged
honesty and his advocacy of the cause of temperance. An
incident in Judge Hudgins’ life which well illustrates the
character of the man was when, because of his illness and
absence from his official duties as registed [sic] of the land
office, he refused to accept a check for his salary for a year,
when by so doing he might have saved himself from much
financial embarrassment caused by his failing health.
18
A Reminiscent History of the Ozark Region, Goodspeed, 346.
Josephine Bailey Hudgins tombstone, Hudgins-Hudson Cemetery.
20
A Reminiscent History of the Ozark Region, Goodspeed, 346, and Brice B.
Hudgins household, 1900 U.S. census, Boone County, Arkansas, population
schedule, Harrison, Harrison township, ED 29, p. 11B, dwelling 217, family
240; NA microfilm T623, roll 51.
19
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Funeral services were held at the family home here Sunday
afternoon, interment being in the Hudgins graveyard at Cross
Roads, where the judge spent his boyhood days and where his
parents and wife, who preceded him in death by several years,
are buried.
He is survived by his two sons and five daughters, Oscar W.
Hudgins of Muskogee, Okla.; John Hudgins of St. Louis; Mrs.
Obie Taylor of Muskogee, Okla.; Mrs. Zack Wod [sic] of
Claremore, Okla.; Mrs. Sam Bradley and Miss Ora Hudgins of
Harrison; also a sister, Miss Mattie Hudgins of Harrison.
[The issues surrounding the date of death of Judge Brice B. Hudgins
are missing from the film of the Harrison newspaper. The obituary from
The Arkansas Democrat is transcribed above.]
W. W. Hudson, who certified the facts of Mattie’s birth, was her first
cousin, Wesley Wood Hudson. Wesley had a brother named William
Wiley Hudson who could have been the W. W. Hudson on Mattie’s birth
certificate, except according to his grave marker in the Hudgins-Hudson
cemetery, he died in 1914. Their mother, Martha (Byrne) Hudson was
Mary Malinda (Byrne) Hudgins’ sister. The notary public who notarized
the certificate was Neva (Hudson) Villines, the daughter of Wesley W.
Hudson. 21
21
Wes W. Hudson household, 1920 U.S. census, Boone County, Arkansas,
population schedule, Ewing township, ED 39, p. 9A, dwelling 187, family 188;
NA microfilm T625, roll 54.
Mattie Hudgins
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1891 CALHOUN COUNTY, ARKANSAS
PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX
Submitted by Tommy Carter
[email protected]
Personal property tax lists often are useful as substitutes for the 1890
census which was destroyed. In the case of Calhoun County, Arkansas,
no substitute has been published until this one. Since no 1890 tax list
survives for Calhoun County, the 1891 list was used instead. The
personal property tax assessment list includes the greatest possible
number of persons for a census substitute because it includes people who
did not own real estate, and sometimes not even personal property, but
were eligible to pay a poll tax.
The 1891 Personal Property Tax List for Calhoun County is
arranged by school district and then by the first letter of the surname of
the taxable persons in each district. The school districts were numbered 1
to 35, but not named. The records are held by the Calhoun County Tax
Assessor in the Calhoun County courthouse in Hampton, Arkansas. The
extant personal property tax lists for the years 1886 through 1891 were
filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah and are available on Family
History Library microfilm 980973. The film is also available at the
Arkansas History Commission.
Ables, Harvey
Ables, C. H.
Blann, W. C.
Blann, J. T.
Hanagan, J. M.
Hanagan, T. D.
Hill, F. E.
Haynes, I. P.
Joyce, T. J.
Nettles, Celia
Nettles, Chas.
Pickett, Ned
Pickett, ?
Williams, W. J.
Williams, Scott
30
School Dist. Pg.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
School Dist. Pg.
Williams, Charley
1
1
Ware, Mose
1
1
Ainesworth, Dock
2
2
Booker, Littleton
2
2
Booker, Jno.
2
2
Benson, Mose
2
2
Bunn, Wiley
2
2
Bull, Henery
2
2
Bunn, Drew
2
2
Bell, Charley
2
2
Dickinson, G. W.
2
2
Dunn, Jas. S.
2
2
Dunn, E. P.
2
2
Duncan, A. Mrs.
2
2
Duncan, W. T.
2
2
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School Dist. Pg.
Edwards, Benj.
2
2
Edwards, O. L.
2
2
Ederington & Dunn
2
2
Etherington, G. W.
2
2
Furguson, Will
2
2
Frost, Geor.
2
2
Furguson, Ned
2
2
Harrell, Mrs. M. V.
2
2
Harrell, T. W.
2
2
Heorn, Wiley
2
2
Harrell, Bennett
2
2
Harvey, Isum
2
2
Hampton, Ned
2
2
Hadley, J. R. F.
2
2
Hanna, J. D.
2
2
Johnston, J. H.
2
2
Johnston, L. C.
2
2
Johnson, Jno.
2
2
Johnson, Jim
2
2
Jones, J. M.
2
2
Jones, E. F.
2
2
Jones, W. B.
2
2
Jones, M. A. Mrs.
2
2
Juniel, Lindsey
2
2
James, Henry
2
2
Martin, C. B.
2
3
Martin, J. A.
2
3
Montgomery, Henry
2
3
Mays, Ike
2
3
Norman, Shade
2
3
Neal, Dick
2
3
Oliver, W. W.
2
3
Parker, Geor.
2
3
Ricks, Jack
2
3
Ricks, Geor.
2
3
Ricks, Crawford
2
3
Smith, Jno.
2
3
Slaughter, Henry
2
3
Tatum, Andrew
2
3
Tatum, Nelson
2
3
1891 Calhoun County Personal Property Tax List
School Dist. Pg.
Ware, J. A.
2
3
Ware, George
2
3
Ware, Jack
2
3
Walton, Frank
2
3
William, Mark
2
3
Wood, B. N.
2
3
Wood, S. N. & Co.
2
3
Wood, S. N.
2
3
Wood, Jno.
2
3
Wood, Will
2
3
Wilson, Geor. Col.
2
3
Williams, D. J.
2
3
Wordlaw, Dock
2
3
Witherington, Bruce
2
3
Gray, Lester
3
4
Green, Jno.
3
4
Johnson, A. S.
3
4
Johnson, A. P.
3
4
Johnson, Manuel
3
4
Moseley, Tom
3
4
Rogers, Bev
3
4
Stevens, Geor.
3
4
White, Robt.
3
4
White, Jno.
3
4
Akin, W. P.
4
5
Brown, Alfred
4
5
Brumley, Jas.
4
5
Brumley, J. L.
4
5
Douglas, Littleton
4
5
Douglas, L. F. Mrs.
4
5
Dunn, Alfred
4
5
Davis, I. P.
4
5
Davis, Wilson
4
5
Dickerson, Silas
4
5
Furlough, W. H.
4
5
Gardner, J. S.
4
5
Gardner, Jno.
4
5
Gardner, B. F.
4
5
Gill, J. M.
4
5
House, J. L.
4
5
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School Dist. Pg.
House, W. M.
4
5
King, C. C.
4
5
King, W. H.
4
5
McManus, R. S.
4
5
Newton, A. W.
4
5
Newton, J. J.
4
5
Parker, P. J.
4
5
Redden, G. C. Jr.
4
5
Redden, W. T.
4
5
Redden, G. C. Sr.
4
5
Redden, R. W.
4
5
Speer, S. M.
4
5
Speer, J. T.
4
5
Speer, J. A.
4
5
Thomason, S. S.
4
6
Watson, T. J.
4
6
Watson, W. L.
4
6
Watson, Peter
4
6
Watson, J. L.
4
6
Aikens, P. A.
5
7
Amis, E. W.
5
7
Adams, Anthony
5
7
Alexander, Hubbord
5
7
Baker, Henry
5
7
Brandon, F. S.
5
7
Brandon, W. H.
5
7
Brandon, W. F.
5
7
Bryant, W. A.
5
7
Bryant, Jno.
5
7
Bryant, G. B.
5
7
Bryant, E. L.
5
7
Bunn, G. W.
5
7
Badge, Dudley
5
7
Bensham, G. W.
5
7
Belen, W. H.
5
7
Bass, R. L.
5
7
Bass, T. C.
5
7
Bussy, Tom
5
7
Bell, Jno.
5
7
Barrett, Willis
5
7
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School Dist. Pg.
Beats, Eli
5
7
Burrow, Lindsey
5
7
Burrow, Henry
5
7
Blanton, Sam
5
7
Brazil, Sam
5
7
Brown, George
5
7
Bush, Jno.
5
7
Blanton, Jno.
5
7
Beavers, Minor
5
7
Garner, Robt
5
9
Garner, J. H.
5
9
Gray, B. F.
5
9
Grubbs, J. A.
5
9
Grubbs, T. A.
5
9
Grimmett, W. H.
5
9
Grisham, W. O.
5
9
Grisham, Jno. S.
5
9
Grooms, J. T.
5
9
Green, A. J.
5
9
Gray, J. W.
5
9
Gray, J. M.
5
9
Gray, E.
5
9
Gray, G. W.
5
9
Gray, H. D.
5
9
Grant, Will
5
9
Hearnesberger, G. M.
5
9
Hearnesberger, W. H.
5
9
Hearnesberger, W. E.
5
9
Hearnesberger, J. H.
5
9
Harvell, C. C.
5
9
Harris, J. H.
5
9
Harris, W. A.
5
9
Hammack, M.
5
9
Hooper, Allen
5
9
Hornaday, A. M.
5
9
Hornaday, J. W.
5
9
Hornaday, J. A.
5
9
Hindman, H.
5
9
Harris, Jack
5
9
Harris, T. D.
5
9
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School Dist. Pg.
Harper, J. A.
5
9
Harper, M. A. C. Mrs.
5
9
Hutchings, Alf
5
9
Henry, Woodson
5
9
Jordan, ?
5 10
Johnson, C.
5 10
Jenkins, Henry
5 10
Jackson, Milton
5 10
Jones, Fred
5 10
Jones, Wash
5 10
Jones, Alfred
5 10
Kensey, Will
5 10
Kendrick, N. E. Mrs.
5 10
Lucus, G. H.
5 10
Leonard, H.
5 10
Leley, Geo.
5 10
Marks, W. H.
5 10
Marks, Wm. (Col.)
5 10
McMurrry, L. F.
5 10
Marks, Flemons
5 10
Marshall, J. Q.
5 10
Marshall, W. E.
5 10
McLemore, Frank
5 10
McClure, J. A.
5 10
McClure, F. M.
5 10
McNary, Wm.
5 10
McKinny, Viny
5 10
Mathews, Andrew
5 10
Mathews, J. H.
5 10
Metlock, C. F.
5 10
Marshall, Minerva
5 10
Marshall, Spencer
5 10
McManus, P. F.
5 10
Marks, Geor.
5 10
Mitchell, Will
5 10
Maddox, Thos.
5 10
Nickles, Ben
5 11
Nulon, J. D.
5 11
Nelson, J. A.
5 11
Nichols, Jim
5 11
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School Dist. Pg.
Nichols, Jno.
5 11
Parker, Wm.
5 11
Pickett, Jno.
5 11
Pearson, Anderson
5 11
Pickett, W. F.
5 11
Perry, Ceaser
5 11
Reed, Sid
5 11
Richardson, R. J.
5 11
Reed, Italy
5 11
Reeves, Robt.
5 11
Rothwell, W. T.
5 11
Richie, Jas.
5 11
Richardson, G. G.
5 11
Roper, Wiley
5 11
Reeves, W. T.
5 11
Ritch, W. F.
5 11
Rayford, Chas.
5 11
Rayford, Anderson
5 11
Rayford, A.
5 11
Rayford, Emanuel
5 11
Rail Road
5 11
Samuels, H. J. Mrs.
5 11
Scott, Geor.
5 11
Smith, Jno.
5 11
Southern Land & L. Co.
5 11
Smith, Galor
5 11
Smith, Alex
5 11
Sessions, A. J.
5 11
Stanfield, J. G.
5 11
Simpson, W. T.
5 11
Simpson, T. J.
5 11
Stroud, S. B.
5 11
Strickland, Levy
5 11
Smith, Ed
5 11
Steelman, I. H.
5 11
Smith, Lewis
5 11
Stover, A. J.
5 11
Vaughan, Alge
5 12
Vaughan, Dave
5 12
Vaughan, Oscar
5 12
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Williams, Ike
5 12
Wright, Joe
5 12
Wilkins, C. M.
5 12
Woodard, D.
5 12
Walthall, Jno.
5 12
Wright, J. M.
5 12
Wright, D. J.
5 12
Ware, Stephens
5 12
Wigington, J. H.
5 12
Wiley, Mary
5 12
Warren, Pauline
5 12
Anthony, J. F.
6 13
Anthony, J. R.
6 13
Bowman, Willis
6 13
Bramley, J. J.
6 13
Boshier, P. B.
6 13
Bass, R. T.
6 13
Bass, G. P.
6 13
Brown, Stephen
6 13
Brazil, Perry
6 13
Beason, Jno.
6 13
Baker, E.
6 13
Burrow, J. M.
6 13
Brazil, Henry
6 13
Culvan, W. T.
6 13
Cup, J. M.
6 13
Clemons, G. C.
6 13
Coleman, Jno.
6 13
Curley, Jno.
6 13
Coleman, W. A.
6 13
Cathy, S. N.
6 13
Clemons, Geo. W.
6 13
Clemons, J. B.
6 13
Clemons, G. W. Jr.
6 13
Campbell, Frank
6 13
Clemons, A. N.
6 13
Cates, M. H.
6 13
Colvert, W. T.
6 13
Criner, J. H.
6 13
Carroll, J. R.
6 13
34
School Dist. Pg.
Dorathy, W. T.
6 13
Dorathy, Geor.
6 13
Dickson, Dave
6 13
Doan, W. F.
6 13
Dickson, Riley
6 13
Eason, Geor.
6 14
Eureka, L. C.
6 14
Echols, D.
6 14
Faret, J. W.
6 14
Frizell, D. H.
6 14
Frazier, R. F.
6 14
Goodwin, Price
6 14
Grace, A. N.
6 14
Glidden, W. C.
6 14
Glidden, A. J.
6 14
Holmes, J. L.
6 14
Holman, Walter
6 14
Hathcock, J. J.
6 14
Holman, Aaron
6 14
Hopkins, Geor.
6 14
Higinbotham, Barny
6 14
Justice, R. T.
6 14
Juniel, C. J.
6 14
Juniel, Jack
6 14
Jordan, J. H.
6 14
Juniel, Mack
6 14
Jones, J. R.
6 14
Jordan, G. L.
6 14
Jones, W. H.
6 14
Lewis, J. C.
6 14
Moore, W. M.
6 14
Mortin, Wash
6 14
Mason, Wm.
6 14
Newton, Geor.
6 15
Nowlin, L.
6 15
Ogiltree, E. L.
6 15
Oliver, Carter
6 15
Oglesby, C.
6 15
Peters, Alex
6 15
Payne & Justice
6 15
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Payne, F. B.
6 15
Payne, G. A.
6 15
Quarles, Wm.
6 15
Rucker, Tom
6 15
Rankins, Henry
6 15
Rheubarb, James
6 15
Reed, L. W.
6 15
Riggs, T. P.
6 15
Reed, W. W.
6 15
Reed, Jno.
6 15
Rail Road
6 15
Steelman, Frank
6 15
Styars, A. A.
6 15
Saunders, W. R.
6 15
Stanfield, J. W.
6 15
Stevenson, W. J.
6 15
Sullivan, J.
6 15
Sutherland, W. D.
6 15
Shaderick, Will
6 15
Sulley, Robt.
6 15
Thrower, Jack
6 16
Thrower, Willis
6 16
Thrower, Susan
6 16
Thrower, Clabe
6 16
Turner, Robt.
6 16
Underwood, J. A.
6 16
Underwood, Joe
6 16
Underwood, C. C.
6 16
Vaughn, W. H.
6 16
Vance, Jas.
6 16
Wood, J. W.
6 16
Wheeler, J. P.
6 16
Wimberly, Henry
6 16
Wright, J. E.
6 16
Walker, L. J.
6 16
White, Chas.
6 16
Wells, A. J.
6 16
Yates, T. J.
6 16
Yates, J. B.
6 16
Beason, Jno.
7 17
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School Dist. Pg.
Beason, I. R.
7 17
Burks, J. W.
7 17
Calaway, M. P.
7 17
Calaway, Jas.
7 17
Cook, W. B.
7 17
Davidson, Dock
7 17
Earnest, R. D.
7 17
Hathcock, A. S.
7 17
Hathcock, E. L.
7 17
Hill, T. J.
7 17
Hill, J. D.
7 17
Jones, L. E.
7 17
Jones, D. F.
7 17
Jones, J. S.
7 17
Jones, A. A.
7 17
Jones, D. G.
7 17
Johnson, A. P.
7 17
Johnson, Mose
7 17
Keel, D. R.
7 17
Miers, L. Q.
7 17
Nutt, T. P.
7 17
Pilgreen, L. I.
7 17
Pilgreen, Mark
7 17
Pierce, Tom Ben
7 17
Pierce, Robt.
7 17
Pierce, T. B.
7 17
Pierce, J. K.
7 17
Pierce, Joel
7 17
Pierce, Jno. Will
7 17
Rutherford, J. M.
7 17
Strickland, T. J.
7 17
Swindle, G. W.
7 17
Underwood, E. W.
7 17
Atterberry, T. B.
8 18
Anderson, Stewart
8 18
Byars, N. J. Mrs.
8 18
Byars, W. R.
8 18
Byars, C. P.
8 18
Cotton Belt L.Co.
8 18
Coldwell, Jas.
8 18
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Clemons, G. D.
8 18
Clemons, J. W.
8 18
Chambliss, J. W.
8 18
Chambliss, J. H.
8 18
Calaway, T. P.
8 18
Calaway, W. F.
8 18
Calaway, P. N.
8 18
Calaway, M. K.
8 18
Cochran, N. C.
8 18
Cochran, S. W.
8 18
Coppock, F.
8 18
Dumas, Rafe
8 18
Danniels, J. T.
8 18
Danniels, Josiah
8 18
Evins, J. W.
8 18
Evans, J. D.
8 18
Evans, Geor.
8 18
Evans, Y. D.
8 18
Frazier, D. J.
8 18
Fletcher, G. W.
8 18
Green, J. A.
8 18
Green, Anguish
8 18
Harbour, J. H. S.
8 18
Hubbard, G. J.
8 18
Harris, W. H.
8 18
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Dunn, Walter
9 20
Dunn, J. B. Sr.
9 20
Daugherty, Geor.
9 20
Deaugherty, R. R.
9 20
Evins, J. W.
9 20
Evins, Jno.
9 20
Flanery, W. C.
9 20
Gordan, I. W.
9 20
Hall, J. B.
9 20
Inzer, E. H.
9 20
Lyons, H. L.
9 20
Miller, J. M.
9 20
Means, B. N.
9 20
Morrison, J. W.
9 20
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Morrison, G. H.
9 20
Nowlin, Mort
9 20
Nutt, W. M.
9 20
Quillen, J. M.
9 20
Riggs, L. S.
9 20
Stringfellow & Hall
9 20
Stringfellow, R. B.
9 20
Sullivant, W. J.
9 20
Wafer, Warren
9 20
Winn, Peter
9 20
Abbott, S. T.
10 21
Abbott, Mrs. Mattie
10 21
Ashley, Phillip
10 21
Bass, D. W.
10 21
Brown, Alex
10 21
Brown, Shade
10 21
Brown, Alf
10 21
Cook, Sam
10 21
Cook, Abe
10 21
Cook, Nat
10 21
Cook, Tom
10 21
Davis, Rafe
10 21
Dunn, J. R.
10 21
Davis, Bob
10 21
Davis, Sam
10 21
Davis, Warren
10 21
Dunn, W. C.
10 21
Dunn, J. A.
10 21
Dunn, W. J.
10 21
Ferrell, Alfred
10 21
Farris, Ed
10 21
George, King
10 21
Green, Leo
10 21
Graham, Kit
10 21
Gordan, W. G.
10 21
Goodwin, Turner
10 21
Gill, D. M.
10 21
Goodwin, H. G.
10 21
Grant, Eli
10 21
Hunter, Bob
10 21
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Huffman, Sidney
10 21
Huffman, Sam
10 21
Huffman, Pem
10 21
Hollingsworth, J. C.
10 21
Holaway, Nancy
10 21
Hicks, Eli
10 21
Jones, Tom
10 22
Leonard, Tom
10 22
Leonard, Dave
10 22
Lambert, Dan
10 22
Murphy, Arter
10 22
Moses, Mrs. M. E. & A.
G.
10 22
McDonald, M. B. & C.
10 22
McRae, Andrew
10 22
McRae, Candy
10 22
McRae, Albt.
10 22
McRae, Gus
10 22
Moore, Abe
10 22
Murphy, Ed
10 22
Mills, Peter
10 22
Mills, London
10 22
Moore, Claracy
10 22
Moore, Charlotte
10 22
Nelson, Jim
10 22
Norris, Albt.
10 22
Nobles, Emoline
10 22
Nettles, Jno. M.
10 22
Nobles, Will
10 22
Norsworthy, Lola
10 22
Patterson, Turner
10 22
Perdue, Felix
10 22
Roark, A. T.
10 22
Roper, Ed
10 22
Roper, Harrison
10 22
Randall, Sam
10 22
Reed, Sherm
10 22
Raiford, J. W.
10 22
Strong, Peter
10 23
Strong, Mose Sr.
10 23
Strong, Wm.
10 23
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Strong, Ed
10 23
Strong, Ike
10 23
Strong, Mose Jr.
10 23
Strong, Frank
10 23
Tony, J. M.
10 23
Tony, Raiford & Strong
10 23
Weaver, Henderson
10 23
Weaver, Silas
10 23
Williams, Frank
10 23
Walter, J. A.
10 23
Williams, Ned
10 23
Wheeler, Clabe
10 23
Williams, Jeff
10 23
Williams, Rafe
10 23
Williams, Jno.
10 23
Wade, H. M.
10 23
Weaver, Henderson
10 23
Weaver, Jno.
10 23
Yarbrough, Sam
10 23
Adams, W. T.
11 24
Enlow, C. M.
11 24
Easter, S.
11 24
Gilbert, Robt.
11 24
Grant, T. G.
11 24
Hagler, M. M.
11 24
Haines, T. C.
11 24
Hill, W. J.
11 24
Haines, J. W. R.
11 24
Haines, Miss Nissie
11 24
King, O. L.
11 24
King, Mrs. C.
11 24
Merrett, Parker
11 24
McDonald, J. J.
11 24
Parker, Geor.
11 24
Preston, Earnest
11 24
Roshell, Jas.
11 24
Stough, B. E.
11 24
Tatum, L. B. & J. H.
11 24
Tatum, Cynthia
11 24
Tatum, J. H.
11 24
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Tatum, King
11 24
Tatum, E. G.
11 24
Tatum, T. J.
11 24
Tucker, G. B.
11 24
Webster, W. C.
11 24
Witherington, A. D.
11 24
Woolley, Adam
11 24
Brown, W. F.
12 25
Brooks, Z. N.
12 25
Bridges, L. F.
12 25
Beasley, E. Mrs.
12 25
Beasley, Jno.
12 25
Bowie, Henry
12 25
Bowie, Edmond
12 25
Burks, Jno.
12 25
Countee, Fayett
12 25
Costin, Jas.
12 25
Clay, W. A.
12 25
Dumas, Bart
12 25
Dumas, Will
12 25
Green, Frank
12 25
Galbriath, Harrison
12 25
Galbriath, Andrew
12 25
Galbriath, Sid
12 25
Hollis, L. J.
12 25
Hollis, J. W.
12 25
Humphries, Shade
12 25
Hollis, Jas.
12 25
Hann, Robt.
12 25
Harris, William
12 25
Harris, Rufus
12 25
Jackson, Calvin
12 25
Jackson, Ike
12 25
Jones, Rubin
12 25
Marr, Ike
12 25
McLendon, J. M.
12 25
McLendon & Bridges
12 25
Martin, Henry
12 25
Martin, Wright
12 25
Martin, Joe
12 25
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School Dist. Pg.
McCoy, Jas.
12 25
Nelson, Lewis
12 26
Norman, Buck
12 26
Ponder, J. D.
12 26
Ponder, J. B.
12 26
Ponder, N. F.
12 26
Proffitt, H. G.
12 26
Proffitt, W. H.
12 26
Riggs, D. C.
12 26
Riggs, Rubin
12 26
Riggs, G. W.
12 26
Smith, Manuel
12 26
Williams, Grant
12 26
Wickersham, B. J.
12 26
Alexander, Alvin
13 27
Ables, G. B.
13 27
Birchfield, J. H.
13 27
Carr, J. J.
13 27
Couch, J. H.
13 27
Davis, Sam
13 27
Henderson, Jno.
13 27
Hollis, W. T.
13 27
Harrison, Jas.
13 27
Holcomb, W. E.
13 27
Harrison, Joseph
13 27
Moore, Arch
13 27
Mitchell, J. A.
13 27
Murphy, Robt.
13 27
Patten, Lewis
13 27
Robinson, Henry Est.
13 27
Robinson, Miss Mollie
13 27
Reynolds, J. W.
13 27
Staples, C.
13 27
Sims, A.
13 27
Staples, Alex
13 27
Venable, R. J.
13 27
Woodall, Joe
13 27
Brunsell, Bill
14 28
Brunsell, Geo.
14 28
Brown, Hardy
14 28
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Clemons, Ben
14 28
Cathy, J. D.
14 28
Cathy, G. M.
14 28
Colvert, G. L.
14 28
Colvert, L. A. Mrs.
14 28
Colvert, W. J.
14 28
Cathy, M. V.
14 28
Cathy, G. W.
14 28
Cathy, C. C.
14 28
Cordell, Frank
14 28
Davis, Geor.
14 28
Ellis, Jno. F.
14 28
Ellis, D. C.
14 28
Evans, J. N.
14 28
Frazier, J. L.
14 28
Frazier, J. H.
14 28
Files, David
14 28
Gleen, W. M.
14 28
Harrell, T. K.
14 28
Hopkins, Henry
14 28
Harbour, J. G.
14 28
Jackson, W. B.
14 28
Juniel, Jim
14 28
Juniel, Willis
14 28
Jones, Jim
14 28
Jackson, Joseph
14 28
Jimerson, Cesar
14 28
Lightfoot, R. L.
14 29
Mays, W. M.
14 29
Moore, William
14 29
Massey, R. N.
14 29
McLeod, Thos.
14 29
Martin, David
14 29
McNair, M. M.
14 29
McNair, James
14 29
McDonald, F. M.
14 29
Murry, J. M.
14 29
Nutt, J. D.
14 29
Nelson, Jim
14 29
Paulman, S. L.
14 29
1891 Calhoun County Personal Property Tax List
School Dist. Pg.
Rideout, John
14 29
Riles, Morgan
14 29
Richardson, M. R.
14 29
Rail Road
14 29
Stanton, Harrison
14 29
Steelman, N. A.
14 29
Sullivant, J. E.
14 29
Steelman, M. A.
14 29
Underwood, J. L.
14 29
Willmon, Geor.
14 29
Wedges, J. W.
14 29
Wilborn, Willis
14 29
Wedges, B. F.
14 29
Williams, Dan
14 29
Wedges, Lem
14 29
Young, Dick
14 29
Acruman & Abernathy
15 30
Bunn, Jerry
15 30
Chambers, J. H.
15 30
Chambers, G. B.
15 30
Emmerson, J. J.
15 30
Frost, Chas.
15 30
Grant, J. M.
15 30
Gossien, B.
15 30
Grisham, W. T
15 30
Hanna, J. R.
15 30
House, J. M.
15 30
Marks, J. H. Jr.
15 30
Marks, R. D.
15 30
McManus, F. M.
15 30
Marks, H. J.
15 30
Marks, J. H. Sr.
15 30
Stover, I. P.
15 30
Stover, L. P.
15 30
Williams, J.
15 30
Wagnon, P. R.
15 30
Watson, M.
15 30
Watson, F. E.
15 30
Brown, Jack
16 31
Brazil, W. G.
16 31
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Cotrell, R. J.
16 31
Cone, Jack
16 31
Campbell, Duncan
16 31
Danniels, L.
16 31
Elliott, R. M.
16 31
Earnest, W. D.
16 31
Edington, Peter
16 31
Freeman, Sam
16 31
Galbriath, Mary
16 31
Galbriath, Hick
16 31
Green, D. M.
16 31
Hummett, Ben
16 31
Haslum, J. H.
16 31
Jeffers, D. F.
16 31
Lucus, M. A.
16 31
Metlock, Steve
16 31
McDonald, Wm.
16 31
Mays, J. T.
16 31
Nowlin, Jas.
16 31
Riggs, W. M.
16 31
Riggs, Henry
16 31
Riggs, W. N.
16 31
Stewart, B. F.
16 32
Taylor, J. L.
16 32
White, J. S.
16 32
Wood, Willie
16 32
Wood, J. Mrs.
16 32
Williams, Jas.
16 32
Williams, A.
16 32
Yeager, J. P. Sr.
16 32
Yeager, Jno. P.
16 32
Yeager, W. L.
16 32
Yeager, R. P.
16 32
Yeager, W. W.
16 32
Young, W. B.
16 32
Burk, Drew
17 33
Cone, J. T.
17 33
Chambers, T. G.
17 33
Dawson, D. W.
17 33
Ederington, Price
17 33
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School Dist. Pg.
Grisham, J. L.
17 33
King, J. F.
17 33
Laws, S. P.
17 33
Machin, J. H.
17 33
Machin, Thos.
17 33
McGheehee, Thos.
17 33
McManus, A. J.
17 33
McKinnie, Thos.
17 33
Mathews, J. G.
17 33
Newton, M. H.
17 33
Sherron, J. C.
17 33
Speer, D. R.
17 33
Thomason, W. O.
17 33
Turner, W. R.
17 33
Williams, Hollis
17 33
Williams, T. H.
17 33
Winfield, Henry
17 33
Ware, M. A.
17 33
Wood, Crawford
17 33
Black, H. C.
18 34
Berthea, T. B.
18 34
Barnett, J. C.
18 34
Best, A. J.
18 34
Brantley, Jno.
18 34
Busby, Martha J.
18 34
Burks, W. J.
18 34
Bull, J. A. Sr.
18 34
Cranford, Ben
18 34
Cager, Sebe
18 34
Deadman, Robt. F.
18 34
Dunn, C. B.
18 34
Dunn & Hollingsworth
18 34
Dunn, Jno. E.
18 34
Douglass, J. R.
18 34
Douglass, J. T.
18 34
Dunn, Merina
18 34
Early, Ike
18 34
Early, Ben
18 34
Emmerson, W. A.
18 34
Hollingsworth, F. W.
18 34
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Harper, R. G.
18 34
Hollins, L. N.
18 34
Hollingsworth, J. L.
18 34
Hollingsworth, E. Mrs.
18 34
Hollingsworth, Tom M.
18 34
Johns, Jack
18 34
Johnson, Henry
18 34
Jones, J. C.
18 34
Kelly, W. J.
18 34
Kelly, J. T.
18 34
Knapp Stout & Co
18 34
Langston, I. F.
18 35
Lumsey, Dan
18 35
Means & Co
18 35
Morris, W. E.
18 35
Miers, W. F.
18 35
Means, T. N.
18 35
Moore, Isaac
18 35
Mayfield, W.
18 35
Mayfield, R. H.
18 35
Mayfield, A. N.
18 35
McCoy, J. B.
18 35
McCoy, D. H.
18 35
Newton, J. S.
18 35
Newton, T. A.
18 35
Neal, M. W.
18 35
Oliver, J. W.
18 35
Oliver, T. P.
18 35
Oliver, Ira
18 35
Oliver, J. I.
18 35
Oliver, Jeptha
18 35
Pickett & Tomlinson
18 35
Porter, Jas.
18 35
Poole, C. L.
18 35
Roper, Henry
18 35
Rowland, J. H.
18 35
Ricks, Jim
18 35
Raibourne, B.
18 35
Rowan, H. P.
18 35
Strong, L. B.
18 36
1891 Calhoun County Personal Property Tax List
School Dist. Pg.
Sumerald, Will
18 36
Thornton, W. H.
18 36
Tomlinson, W. A.
18 36
Tobin, W. M.
18 36
Tomlinson, L. G.
18 36
Tomlinson, H. A.
18 36
Thornton, T. A.
18 36
Witherington, J. E.
18 36
Wood, J. B.
18 36
Benson, B. F.
19 37
Benson, J. N.
19 37
Benson, J. S.
19 37
Benson, W. C.
19 37
Benson, W. D.
19 37
Davis, Henry
19 37
Earnest, J. G.
19 37
Jones, Wm.
19 37
Jones, J. J.
19 37
Orr, W. B. Est.
19 37
Roberson, Jno.
19 37
Strickland, J. A.
19 37
Strickland, J. M.
19 37
Thomason, H.
19 37
Wreen, Joe
19 37
York, J. E.
19 37
Dunn, L. M.
20 38
Danniels, Wiley
20 38
Dickerson, Ike
20 38
Flanery, G. W.
20 38
McClanahan, Sam
20 38
Moses, Booker
20 38
Moses, L. L.
20 38
Nettles, Jno.
20 38
Nettles, A. A.
20 38
Primm, Judge
20 38
Robinson, W. B.
20 38
Smith, G. W.
20 38
Strong, Gat
20 38
Tate, Ned
20 38
Tate, Wm.
20 38
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Williams, Lewis
20 38
Ashley, Pink
21 39
Bowie, Henry
21 39
Bowie, Sallie
21 39
Bush, Robt.
21 39
Bush, Allen
21 39
Blackman, Isaac
21 39
Cooper, Pompy
21 39
Freeman, Robt.
21 39
Galbert, H. C.
21 39
Green, Monroe
21 39
Gills, Albt.
21 39
Jackson, Alfred
21 39
Phillip, Henry
21 39
Phillip, Chas.
21 39
Phillip, Henderson
21 39
Tobin, Miner
21 39
Bowen, T. J.
22 40
Bull, M. F.
22 40
Brown, W. H.
22 40
Bull, J. A.
22 40
Cross, E. Mrs.
22 40
Douglass, W. A.
22 40
Douglass, T. S.
22 40
Earnest, Ann Mrs.
22 40
Earnest, J. H.
22 40
Edwards, Sam Est.
22 40
Grisham, Thos.
22 40
Grisham, H. Mrs.
22 40
Hopper, J. S.
22 40
Harris, R. L.
22 40
Hopper, J. T.
22 40
Hopper, D. C.
22 40
Harris, J. R.
22 40
Hardy, M.
22 40
Jones, Jessie
22 40
Kitchen, W. M.
22 40
King, H. C.
22 40
Lawton, Jno.
22 40
Moore, W. L.
22 41
42
School Dist. Pg.
Moore, J. H.
22 41
Neal, Sam
22 41
Oliver, B. I.
22 41
Simms, J. H.
22 41
Simpson, J. C.
22 41
Thomason, W. L.
22 41
Thomason, J. W.
22 41
Thomason, B. L.
22 41
Thomason, W. C.
22 41
Tibbits, J. T. O.
22 41
Tibbits, Gaston
22 41
Tyler, Fred
22 41
Turner, R. R.
22 41
Turner, R. R.
22 41
Whitehead, Mrs. M. J.
22 41
Weatherford, W. C.
22 41
Warnix, W. J.
22 41
Coppock, W. A.
23 42
Cotrell, W. S.
23 42
Calaway, J. C.
23 42
Calaway, T. W.
23 42
Calvin, Ben
23 42
Ethridge, J. E.
23 42
Ethridge, J. B.
23 42
Harbour, Sidney
23 42
Harrell, J. C.
23 42
Jones, R. E.
23 42
Johnson, J. A. Mrs.
23 42
Moore, Wiley
23 42
McDonald, L. Mrs.
23 42
McGuire, J. M.
23 42
Silliman, J. J.
23 42
Strong, Joe
23 42
Avant, Jno.
24 43
Avant, F. M.
24 43
Barker, J. A.
24 43
Cook, C. C.
24 43
Dougherty, Jno.
24 43
Ethridge, J. B.
24 43
Harrison, A. J.
24 43
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Holmes, T. P.
24 43
Newman, J. S. Jr.
24 43
Newman, J. S. Sr.
24 43
Tobin, Harel
24 43
Tobin, D. H.
24 43
Davis, J. A.
25 44
Davis, J. S.
25 44
Davis, M. C.
25 44
Danniels, C. F.
25 44
Davis, E. W.
25 44
Davis, C. L. Mrs.
25 44
Gilbert, Columbus
25 44
Gilbert, Jas.
25 44
Ivy, M. E. Mrs.
25 44
Ivy, S. G.
25 44
Kitchens, J. M.
25 44
Kitchens, W. B.
25 44
Lloyd, J. H.
25 44
Medara, F. M.
25 44
Parker, A. J.
25 44
Sloan, D. M.
25 44
Slaughter, J. W.
25 44
Stough, S. J.
25 44
Strickland, G. W.
25 44
Slaughter, T. H. Mrs.
25 44
Sloan, H. H.
25 44
Slaughter, Gus
25 44
Walter, Francis
25 44
Williams, Jas.
25 44
Williams, L. Mrs.
25 44
Ainsman, Chas.
26 45
Atkinson, Minta
26 45
Arnold, J. S.
26 45
Anderson, Ross
26 45
Ainsman, Jno. W.
26 45
Ainsman, Josph W.
26 45
Allen, S. C.
26 45
Allen, Wm.
26 45
Bumgarner, Jno.
26 45
Brightman, Alex
26 45
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Burton, Geo.
Bridenstein, Jno.
Buzby, P. J. Mrs.
Buzby, E. L.
Belk, D. L.
Bowers, G. H.
Bridenstein, Bob
Benham, Jno.
Burrow, W. H.
Barker, Jack
Beal, J. S.
Burk, J. E.
Buchanan, Robt.
Butler, W. S.
Butler, F. S.
Brown, J. S.
Baker, R. E.
Bixby, C. C.
Barrett, Wesley
Burton, Tom
Crits, Wm.
Chambers, Steve
Coslet, Bob
Council, W. F.
Cone, R. H.
Clemants, J. D.
Cone, W. F.
Colvert, G. W.
Cooper, J. M.
Cone, A. H.
Cade, J. H.
Corbitt, J. T.
Cone, R. R.
Cone, S. Mrs.
Coleman, S. A.
Canfield, F. D.
Cone, J. S.
Dickerson, Field
Denison, J.
Delvach, Jno.
School Dist. Pg.
26 45
26 45
26 45
26 45
26 45
26 45
26 45
26 45
26 45
26 45
26 45
26 45
26 45
26 45
26 45
26 45
26 45
26 45
26 45
26 45
26 46
26 46
26 46
26 46
26 46
26 46
26 46
26 46
26 46
26 46
26 46
26 46
26 46
26 46
26 46
26 46
26 46
26 46
26 46
26 46
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Daniels, Tom
26 46
Davis, Bill
26 46
Dickinson, Field
26 46
Davis, Tucker
26 46
Dutton, W. M.
26 46
Draffin, B. D.
26 46
Duncan, E. F.
26 46
Davis, Ike
26 46
Denison, W.
26 46
Deadman, Robt.
26 46
Drummonds, C. C.
26 46
Easley, Jno.
26 46
Earnest, R. L.
26 46
Edmundson, W. R.
26 46
Edwards, Jas.
26 46
Franklin, W. L.
26 47
Files, R.
26 47
Ford, Richard
26 47
Fauster, Chas.
26 47
Fielder, T. L.
26 47
Fike, Gill
26 47
Griffin, B. B.
26 47
Griffin, D. P.
26 47
Green, Alx.
26 47
Guibor, F. A.
26 47
Gockin, W. H.
26 47
Golden, Marion
26 47
Griggs, D.
26 47
Harris, W. H.
26 47
Hopkins, D.
26 47
Harris, Tom
26 47
Henry, E.
26 47
Hampton, J. D.
26 47
Henry, Thos.
26 47
Hart, F. L.
26 47
Harrison, S. J.
26 47
Harris, L. C.
26 47
Hopkins, J. M.
26 47
Harrison, Paton
26 47
Hooper, Ben
26 47
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School Dist. Pg.
Holaway, A.
26 47
Hearnsberger, I. C.
26 47
Harper, J. T.
26 47
Harper, Geor.
26 47
Harper, W. J.
26 47
Harrison, F. W.
26 47
Houstin, Lewis
26 47
Halsell, M. J. Mrs.
26 47
Hearnesberger, J. M.
26 47
Hollingsworth, Jno.
26 47
Hamilton, Frank
26 47
Hunter, King
26 47
Hucklebery, L. B.
26 47
Hearnesberger, Sam
26 47
Johnson, Wright
26 48
Juniel, Jake
26 48
Johnson, Parson
26 48
Jones, Paul
26 48
Jones, Walter
26 48
Johnson, Chas.
26 48
Jones, Peter
26 48
Johnson, Wade
26 48
Jacobs, Jno.
26 48
Jones, Richard
26 48
Jones, Thos.
26 48
Jackson, W. V.
26 48
Jones, Winfield
26 48
Johnson, Ed
26 48
Jones, Rufus
26 48
Johnson, Thos.
26 48
Kellum, Mary
26 48
Knox, Will
26 48
Lloyd, Paul
26 48
Larry, W. D.
26 48
Laster, E. H.
26 48
Lane, A. H.
26 48
Larry, J. Ed
26 48
Lee, F. M.
26 48
Leonard, Jas.
26 48
Little Bay L. Co.
26 48
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Lacroix, Chas.
Lynn, Chas.
Lee, Bob
Laster, E.
Leatheridge
Massy, R. N.
McLemore, R.
Marks & Cone
Marks, A. D.
Martin, E. M.
Massey, J. A.
Meadows, W. J.
Malone, H. E.
Miller, Lewis
Martin, D. B.
Marshall, Felin
Mitchell, G. C.
Mitchell, W. H.
McShaw, G. W.
Mason, V. M.
Mason, D. S.
McLendon, G. M.
McCraw, G.
Martin, B. F.
Mitchell, E. L.
Moran, Wm.
Myeors, Sam
Nutt, R. G. Sr.
Nutt, R. G. Jr.
Nicklos, Jno.
Nutt, J. R.
Nutt, W. S.
Neblett, J. R.
Neblett, J. Q.
Neal, Marshall
Nance, Nashville
Oliver, Smith
Oliver, Jno.
Orr, J. N.
Oakly, J.
School Dist. Pg.
26 48
26 48
26 48
26 48
26 48
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
26 49
1891 Calhoun County Personal Property Tax List
School Dist. Pg.
Oakmail, W. A.
26 49
ONeal, E.
26 49
Pittman, D. J.
26 50
Preston, Wm.
26 50
Powell, Edward
26 50
Phillips, Jno.
26 50
Page, Jerry
26 50
Pearson, B. J.
26 50
Payne, S. N.
26 50
Penington, J. A.
26 50
Pearson, W. R.
26 50
Pearson, A. F.
26 50
Pleasants, W. M.
26 50
Payne, Saunders
26 50
Pacific Express Co.
26 50
Parker, Geor.
26 50
Porter, Arther
26 50
Robertson, Geor.
26 50
Reeves, Bob
26 50
Robinson, M.
26 50
Rheubard, Jas.
26 50
Richardson, T. W.
26 50
Roe, P. F.
26 50
Robinson, J. C. N.
26 50
Russell, Nat
26 50
Russell, Sam
26 50
Riley, Jno.
26 50
Robinson, J. C. N.
26 50
Richardson, Jno.
26 50
Rail Road
26 50
Straus, E.
26 51
Stanton, Robt.
26 51
Sawyer, J. M.
26 51
Shoults, J. J.
26 51
Scrogins, Tom
26 51
Stewart, Chas.
26 51
Stroud, A.
26 51
Scott, Ben
26 51
Scrogins, Howard
26 51
Samuels, E. C.
26 51
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Saunders, Ed
26 51
Stroud, A. J.
26 51
Southern Express Co.
26 51
Samuels, C. M.
26 51
Shallmon, Fred
26 51
Stanton, Mary Mrs.
26 51
Sullivan, J. A.
26 51
Smead, T. J.
26 51
Smead, H. W.
26 51
Stokes, Joe
26 51
Samuels, I. S.
26 51
Stell, Brooks
26 51
Steelman, W. H.
26 51
Smith, E. L.
26 51
Smith, Mansfield
26 51
Stroud, F. A.
26 51
Stroud, J. M.
26 51
Strange, Curtis
26 51
Smith, Mark
26 51
Tomma, S. M.
26 51
Thornton Drug Co.
26 51
Turner, J. T.
26 51
Turner, J. M.
26 51
Tate, Willis
26 51
Turner, J. J.
26 51
Tissue, J. O.
26 51
Tucker, W. C.
26 51
Thompson, Geor.
26 51
Townsend, H. C.
26 51
Turner, S. C.
26 51
Taylor, Chas.
26 51
Vaughan, C.
26 52
Vance, Jess
26 52
Vandergris, J. A.
26 52
Vandergris, J. W.
26 52
Williams, J. C.
26 52
Wilkerson, Will
26 52
Wilkerson, Perry
26 52
Webster, Jno.
26 52
Wiley, Andrew
26 52
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West, Will
26 52
Williams, W. V.
26 52
White, E. M.
26 52
Wright, Frank
26 52
Washington, Jno.
26 52
Walthall, Caroline
26 52
Wood, Stewart
26 52
Williams, G. D.
26 52
Western Union Telg. Co
26 52
Williams, J. W.
26 52
West, Robt.
26 52
Woodford, Wm.
26 52
Ware, Dave
26 52
Williams, Holly
26 52
Watson, Jno.
26 52
Ware, Wm.
26 52
Wallace, William
26 52
Adams, W. A.
27 53
Best, J. D.
27 53
Bennett, C. A.
27 53
Bivins, Jno. W.
27 53
Barnes, W. C.
27 53
Cornish, E.
27 53
Ford, W. A.
27 53
Hearston, Giffred
27 53
Hines, Noah
27 53
Hines, W. M.
27 53
Ivy, G. W.
27 53
James, H. W.
27 53
James, W. A.
27 53
James, J. D.
27 53
Johnson, J. W.
27 53
Kelly, E. J.
27 53
Nettles, Will
27 53
Porter, R. L.
27 53
Porter, J. W.
27 53
Parker, J. H.
27 53
Robertson, P. E.
27 53
Stewart, B. F.
27 53
Stewart, D. A.
27 53
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Stringfellow, O. S.
27 53
Sikes, G. T.
27 53
Sellers, Jno.
27 53
Talbot, W. M.
27 53
Talbot, A. J.
27 53
Brumely, J. E.
28 54
Bradley, Tony
28 54
Bradley, Gus
28 54
Brumley, A. B.
28 54
Davis, J. R.
28 54
Davis, W. T.
28 54
Dickerson, Jno.
28 54
Dickerson, Hen.
28 54
Dickinson, Jeff
28 54
Dickinson, Alf
28 54
Earnest, J. Henry
28 54
Earnest, J. I.
28 54
Earnest, W. H.
28 54
Earnest, G. W.
28 54
Early, Henry
28 54
Furguson, W. F.
28 54
Harris, B. F.
28 54
Harris, M. C.
28 54
Hutchingson, W. J.
28 54
Hanna, E. A.
28 54
Hanna, W. A.
28 54
Johnston, B. B.
28 54
Johnston, G. N.
28 54
Johnston, M. A. Mrs.
28 54
Johnston, L. C.
28 54
Johnston, G. W.
28 54
King, J. R.
28 54
King, J. S.
28 54
Moffitt, Sallie Mrs.
28 55
Moseley, Jno.
28 55
Neal, Jake
28 55
Neal, Jerry
28 55
Oliver, Thos.
28 55
Rowland, A. K.
28 55
Rowland, J. M.
28 55
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School Dist. Pg.
Rowland, T. H.
28 55
Rowland, Seve
28 55
Rowland, Thos.
28 55
Robinson
28 55
Russell, M. A. Mrs.
28 55
Thomason, J. A.
28 55
Thomason, B. F.
28 55
Thomason, C. R.
28 55
Thomason, B. H.
28 55
Tatum, Anthony
28 55
Williams, Jno.
28 55
Williams, M. Mrs.
28 55
Williams, H. D.
28 55
Wilson, C. A.
28 55
Wilson, W. A.
28 55
Wilson, J. C.
28 55
Ware, Jno.
28 55
Ware, Marthia
28 55
Allen, J. E.
29 56
Covington, C. T. Est.
29 56
Dunn, J. M.
29 56
Dunn, R. H.
29 56
Dunn, J. W.
29 56
Echols, Frank
29 56
Goodwin, T. G.
29 56
Goodwin, T. W.
29 56
Jackson, Tony
29 56
Jackson, Millie
29 56
Nelson, Sam
29 56
Primm, J. A.
29 56
Silliman, W. E.
29 56
Silliman, W. E. Jr.
29 56
Silliman, D. K.
29 56
Silliman, Z. T.
29 56
Brogden, S. K.
30 57
Bass, J. R.
30 57
Biggers, T. A.
30 57
Biggers, J. A.
30 57
Biggers, A. J.
30 57
Bumgarner, Tom
30 57
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Bunn, Jno.
30 57
Brown, N. E. Mrs.
30 57
Brogdon, W. J.
30 57
Deaugherty, Wiley
30 57
Harrison, Jas.
30 57
Ike, Jack
30 57
Jones, J. C. Col.
30 57
Jones, Sam
30 57
Lawson, Alex
30 57
Lumsey, Isum
30 57
Lawson, Peter
30 57
Newton, M. L. Mrs.
30 57
Oliver, J. J.
30 57
Oliver, T. J.
30 57
Oliver, G. W.
30 57
Pumphrey, Mose
30 57
Pierce, Jno. C.
30 57
Robinson, Lewis
30 58
Richie, J. B.
30 58
Silliman, J. T. Jr.
30 58
Silliman, T. J.
30 58
Sumner, Mary
30 58
Tate, Lewis
30 58
Tate, Ad
30 58
Thompson, G. H.
30 58
Tomlinson, H. H.
30 58
Tomlinson, E. Mrs.
30 58
Tomlinson, A. J.
30 58
Tomlinson, J. B.
30 58
Walker, Alice
30 58
Wood, Peter
30 58
Williams, Merie
30 58
York, N. J. Mrs.
30 58
Autry, W. J.
31 59
Byrd, W. A.
31 59
Barclay, Jno. S.
31 59
Cobb, J. W.
31 59
Dunn, R. E. S.
31 59
Dunn, J. B. Jr.
31 59
Evans, Z. T.
31 59
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School Dist. Pg.
Ellis, W. A.
31 59
Higgs, T. D.
31 59
King, J. M.
31 59
Mauldin, Ed
31 59
Mauldin, M. Mrs.
31 59
Nutt, S. N.
31 59
Nutt, W. A.
31 59
Owens, S. L.
31 59
Proctor, J. W.
31 59
Proctor, W. H.
31 59
Saunders, G. W.
31 59
Walton, Robt.
31 59
Bridges, L. J.
32 60
Bearden, Monroe
32 60
Boyd, Celia Mrs.
32 60
Collie, T. C.
32 60
Coleman, Hester
32 60
Coleman, Warren
32 60
Furr, Geor.
32 60
Furr, J. E.
32 60
Harrison, A. C.
32 60
Hill, Frank
32 60
Hill, G. W.
32 60
Harrison, J. E.
32 60
Johnson, Rufus
32 60
Johnson, Bill
32 60
Little, Frank
32 60
Medley, J. T.
32 60
Medley, J. H.
32 60
McLendon, C. E.
32 60
Nauls, Frank
32 60
Nauls, Martha Mrs.
32 60
Norris, Jno.
32 60
Priddy, Jas.
32 60
Priddy, T. F.
32 60
Plunkett, Jno.
32 60
Plunkett, J. Henry
32 60
Robinson, H.
32 60
Sims, H. W.
32 61
Smith, W. J. W.
32 61
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Scarbrough, T. B.
32 61
Scarbrough, S. J.
32 61
Unsel, E.
32 61
Witherington, M.
32 61
Wright, J. M.
32 61
Waldrip, J. G.
32 61
Ward, Phil
32 61
Abernathy, J. R.
33 62
Abernathy, A. Mrs.
33 62
Craven, W. J.
33 62
Holaday, Tom
33 62
Hanna, W. B.
33 62
Mulligan, W. T.
33 62
Lucus, H. M.
33 62
Parker, C. C.
33 62
Roark, T. D.
33 62
Russell, R. J.
33 62
Russell, J. C.
33 62
Sellers, J. R.
33 62
Williams, S. B.
33 62
Webb, T. J.
33 62
Webb, R. M.
33 62
Williams, G. B.
33 62
Williams, S. M.
33 62
Butler, R. B.
34 63
Cofield, Rebecca
34 63
Coppock, Jno.
34 63
Gipson, Judge
34 63
Hodnett, J. A.
34 63
Hall, Green
34 63
1891 Calhoun County Personal Property Tax List
School Dist. Pg.
Lindsey, J. M.
34 63
Mitchell, S. D.
34 63
Nutt, P. N.
34 63
Nutt, Josiah
34 63
Richardson, W. T.
34 63
Steelman, M. A. H.
34 63
Strickland, B. F.
34 63
Turner, Eiza
34 63
Tolbot, L. M. & G. B.
34 63
Tolbot, G. B. Jr.
34 63
Tolbot, L. M.
34 63
Tolbot, G. B. Sr.
34 63
Wise, C. I.
34 63
Blann, Henry
35 64
Blann, W. A.
35 64
Blann, R. T.
35 64
Bockman, El.
35 64
Cooper, T. J.
35 64
Hanagan, Ben
35 64
McKinnie, W. W.
35 64
McKinnie, W. N.
35 64
Pickett, Tim
35 64
Pickett, Lewis
35 64
Parker, L. G.
35 64
Roark, T. A.
35 64
Stringfellow, J. R.
35 64
Wisinger, T. F.
35 64
Wisinger, J. M.
35 64
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Arkansas Ancestry Certificates
Antebellum Ancestry Certificate
for Catherine Y. Moulton
through William H. Lay
Submitted by Catherine Y. Moulton
2 Charitcher Lane
Bella Vista, AR 72714
479-876-1413
[email protected]
Catherine Y. Moulton received a Certificate of Arkansas Ancestry for the
antebellum period based on documentation submitted for the following
lineage. The antebellum ancestor was William H. Lay. William H. Lay
appears in the 1840 Conway County census.
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Territorial Ancestry Certificate
for Vicki Lea Keck and John Robert Keck
through Frederick Bolinger
Submitted by Vickie Lea Keck
2400 Riverfront Drive #842
Little Rock, AR, 72202
501-663-0004
[email protected]
Vicki Lea Keck and John Robert Keck received Certificates of Arkansas
Ancestry for the territorial period based on documentation submitted for
the following lineage. The territorial ancestor was Frederick Bolinger
who settled in Madison County about 1834.
Arkansas Ancestry Certificate
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Antebellum Arkansas Ancestry Certificate
for Michael A. Barry
through James T. Golden
Submitted by Michael A. Barry
1539 Harbor Crest Rd.
Azle, TX 76020
817-270-5970
[email protected]
Michael A. Barry received a Certificate of Arkansas Ancestry for the
antebellum period based on documentation submitted for the following
lineage. The antebellum ancestor was James T. Golden. James T.
Golden was in Nevada County, Arkansas, in or before 1848.
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Territorial Arkansas Ancestry Certificate
for Harold David Richardson
through Wyatt Anderson
Submitted by Harold David Richardson
P.O.Box 42
Haworth, OK 74740
580-245-1323
[email protected]
Harold David Richardson received a Certificate of Arkansas Ancestry for
the territorial period based on documentation submitted for the following
lineage. The antebellum ancestor was Wyatt Anderson. Wyatt Anderson
was living in Old Miller County before 15 June 1836.
Arkansas Ancestry Certificate
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Arkansas Queries
ADKINS: Seeking date/place of death for James H. Adkins b 1859 AL;
listed in 1900 Cross Co AR census as a raftsman with wife Sarah Proctor
Jackson Adkins and children John and Mary. Courthouse records show
him deceased in 1916. Patsy Spencer Hooper, 2153 LaSalle Ave.,
Gretna, LA 70056
BUCHANAN: Searching for burial site of my grandfather – Claud(e)
Buchanan. Born around 1865 in England, came to USA in 1887 and
died around 1940-1960. Most likely burial was in Little Rock, Pulaski
Co, AR. Kenneth H. Barnes, 8456 Marys Creek Dr., Ft. Worth, TX
76116; [email protected]
CLEMENTS – JOLLY: Interested in the Clements and Jolly families of
Saline and Grant counties. Mike Konczak; [email protected]
CUNNINGHAM – EUBANKS: Researching Cunningham families in
northwest part of Arkansas. Interested in Eubanks families also. Mary
Ellen (Eubanks) Johnson, P.O. Box 496, Johnson, AR 72741;
[email protected]
CURTIS – KALLSNICK – McDANIELS – McDANIEL: Looking for
information on my grandmother and great aunt. Rubye Louise
(McDaniel/McDaniels) Curtis b abt 1910; married in Newton, Harvey Co
KS in 1928. Her sister Elsie (McDaniel/McDaniels) Kallsnick b abt
1907; married and lived around Hot Springs, Garland Co, AR; m Joe
Kallsnick 1925 Hot Springs AR. The story goes my g-grandfather left
his wife and children (may be more siblings) shortly after Rubye was
born in 1910. The mother then died shortly thereafter and the children
went to live with relatives. No birth records are available. There is
reference to an Aunt Margaret Fatheree. Bradley Cole, 7424 N.
Donnelly Ave., Kansas City, MO 64158; [email protected]
DAWSON – BURT – BOUGHER – FIVECOATS: Any information
on these families in Pope, Johnson and Mississippi counties from 1850’s
forward. Other surnames in Dawson lineage are Battenfield, Furr and
Linkers. Susan Dawson, 2432 Blake St., San Bernardino, CA 92407.
GOMILLION – TILLMAN – CHALK: Gomillion families of Carlisle
in Lonoke County and surrounding area. Also Tillman and Chalk
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families. Roylene Gomillion, 2601 Phelps Ave., District Heights, MD
20747-3716; [email protected]
HAMPTON: Wish to locate a Joel Hampton whose daughter, Hannah
Harriett married Dea Richmond Hiest 1850 Taney Co MO. She was
born in Arkansas. Jane Buntrock, 434 E. Main St., Perham, MN 565731714.
MURPHEY: Would like to correspond with anyone concerning
following families – Jessie C. Murphey b 1806 SC – wife Elizabeth
Thompson b 1820 Clark Co AR. They married 24 Dec 1841 Clark Co
AR. Both died in Nevada Co AR. Children: William, Levi, Nancy,
Sarah A., Mary, Jessie, Milton, Newton, America, Leander & Martha.
Milton Murphey, son of Elizabeth and Jessie Murphey, b 25 Feb 1854
Ouachita Co (now Nevada Co) AR; died 8 Feb 1928 Nevada Co AR;
married Elvira Roseann Holder b 1860 Clark Co AR, daughter of
Andrew Jackson Holder Sr. and Elvira Huckleberry of Clark Co AR.
Elvira died 1920 Nevada Co AR. Children: Mattie, Levy, Dora Belle,
Nora, Willis Norman, Octavia, Clyde Lee. Some are buried Piney Grove
Cemetery, Nevada Co AR. Mrs. Barbara L. Morrow, #2 Dogwood
Circle, Nashville, AR 71852-9317; [email protected]
OKLAHOMA: Sharolyn McCoy offers to do lookups in northeast
Oklahoma. Sharolyn S. McCoy, 1911 N. Grant Parkway, Miami, OK
74354; [email protected]
OWEN – OWENS: John Owen(s)? 1801-1856, Independence Co., AR,
in 1840 census. Circuit rider for the Christian Church. Looking for
information on him and his family. Where was he born?
Michael Patrick Owen, 205 Edwin Lane, Stroudsburg, PA 18360;
[email protected]
PORTER – LOWRY – GARRETT – THOMPSON -- DeLAMAR:
Seeking information on these families in Clark, Dallas, Nevada and
Hempstead counties. Ann Lowry, 75 Whitewood Circle, Edgemont, AR
72044-9606; [email protected]
STANTON – ESTEP – WALDEN/WALLEN – VINCEN: I am trying
to find parent information on my great-grandfather William M. Stanton b
11 Aug 1840, western Arkansas, possibly Waldron area; father’s name
possibly Allen; sister’s name possibly Ruth/Ruthie/Ruthy b abt 1842.
Other names Ivy Estep; Joseph Walden/Wallen; Frances Vincen. Nancy
Lasater, 102 N. David Lane, Apt. 202, Muskogee, OK 74403;
[email protected]
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Book Reviews
Getting Started in Genealogy Online.
By William Dollarhide.
Published by Genealogical Publishing Co., 3600 Clipper Mill Road,
Suite 260, Baltimore, MD 21211-1953. 64 pp. Softbound, $12.95.
This book contains a lot of useful information. Any genealogist
could learn something from reading it, but it was clearly written for the
beginner. The author assumes the reader has no knowledge of genealogy
– he even defines “surname” – but there is no attempt to teach anything
about computers.
Mr. Dollarhide guides the reader through his seven steps for getting
started with family interviews, contacting relatives, obtaining death
records and searching census for the first few generations. Much of this
can be done online. The author includes a sample pedigree chart and
family group sheet in the back of the book for photocopying.
The seventh step is to look at the Family History Library Catalog to
find out about other resources that might help fill in the gaps. The
remainder of the book describes the best places to look to round out the
research.
There are brief descriptions and web addresses for the best places to
buy books online, and the best genealogy web sites. The “lineagelinked” websites are described, as well as the most popular genealogy
programs for maintaining lineage data. There is a good explanation
about the usefulness of a GEDCOM file and how to make one.
The National Archives are discussed and web addresses are given for
all of the Regional Archives, Research Centers, and National Personnel
Records Centers. There is also a brief description of holdings and a web
address for each of the major libraries and archives in the U.S.
The last chapter is titled “Research Help for the Addicted.” Here,
those who want to go farther learn how to find professional genealogists,
genealogy magazines, newsletters and blogs. The author includes a list
of what he considers to be the twenty best reference books for
genealogists along with a brief description of each one.
This book would be a great gift for someone who has professed an
interest in getting started in genealogy. It is small and friendly enough
not to intimidate those who are not yet into reading genealogy books.
Rebecca Wilson, Little Rock, Arkansas
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The Arkansas Family Historian, Volume 45, Number 1 – March 2007
The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Genealogy, Second Edition. Christine
Rose, CG, CGL, FASG and Kay Germain Ingalls, CG. Alpha Books, 800
East 96th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46240. 342 pp. + index. Softcover,
$18.95.
Dividing genealogical research into six logical parts and twenty-four
chapters, the authors use a light touch, a bright outlook, and a brief and
basic format to lead the novice through the steps of the process. Along
the way they impart to the reader not just the dos and don’ts of
genealogical research, but also the sense of joy and accomplishment one
can experience in identifying cousins or ancestors. This edition contains
new information on the 1930 census, online research, and how to use the
Internet.
Every page contains one or more small boxes highlighting tips,
pitfalls, or definitions relevant to genealogy. From �why do it’ and
�where to begin,’ through using pedigree charts and family group sheets,
to note taking and correspondence, using the internet and published
sources, and finding lost relatives, the authors lead the reader on to
original sources – census, courthouse records, cemetery records,
newspapers, and military records. Part 5 addresses getting organized with
filing systems, using correct citation, numbering and dating techniques,
fleshing out with historical background, and analyzing data for
agreement, conflicts, and relationships. Part 6 covers expenses, DNA,
and additional county and federal records.
This is a great book for beginners, and a good reinforcement for
experienced family historians. Appendix A includes an extensive
bibliography, computer genealogy programs, and educational
opportunities for genealogists. Appendix B holds examples of all kinds
of genealogical worksheets, as well as a template for an oral interview.
Appendix C provides census extraction forms for 1800 through 1930.
Try this book – you’ll like it. Despite the unfortunate title, it would make
a good gift for someone thinking about looking into his family’s past.
Susan Boyle, Little Rock, Arkansas
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The Arkansas Family Historian, Volume 45, Number 1 – March 2007
Index of Death Notices appearing in The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
July 1 to December 31, 2005. Compiled and published by Oscar G.
Russell, 506 Loop Road, North Little Rock, AR 42120-2216; 2005. 249
pp. Hardback. $34.00 includes shipping.
Due to failing eyesight Mr. Russell has decided to discontinue his
indexing efforts, so this book is his final product. All researchers looking
for Arkansas obituaries owe him a debt of gratitude for the extensive
series of indexes he produced.
This volume is similar in format to the previous ones in the series.
The index is an alphabetical listing by last name and first name of people
for whom an obituary, news article, or death notice appeared in the
statewide newspaper, either the Central Arkansas edition or the
northwest Arkansas edition. In a landscape format the names are
followed across each page by the town and the state of death, the age of
the person at death, the date of the edition of the newspaper, page,
column, and country of death if not the U. S. United States Postal Service
abbreviations are used in the state column. Countries are abbreviated
with an upper case and a lower case letter in the state column and typed
out in full in the country column. The age of children under one year is
designated as inf.
The book contains 9,693 entries. Some of them, of course, are
duplicates because their death information appeared in the newspaper on
more than one day, or because their death resulted from crime, accident,
or disaster that was newsworthy on more than one occasion.
Arkansas Research, Inc. has taken over the printing and distributing
of Mr. Russell’s indexes in yearly volumes. You may reach them at
Arkansas Research, Inc., PO Box 3030, Conway, AR 72033 or call 501470-1120 for voice and fax. Go to www.ArkansasResearch.com for
further information.
This last volume that Mr. Russell finished will be deposited at the
Arkansas History Commission and State Archives and be available for
use there on the open shelves in the Research Room.
Susan Boyle, Little Rock, Arkansas
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Index
A
Abbott
S. T., 36
Abernathy, 39
A. Mrs., 49
J. R., 49
Ables
C. H., 30
G. B., 38
Harvey, 30
Acruman, 39
Adams
Anthony, 32
W. A., 46
W. T., 37
Adkins
James H., 54
John, 54
Mary, 54
Aikens
P. A., 32
Ainesworth
Dock, 30
Ainsman
Chas, 43
Jno. W., 43
Josph W., 43
Akin
W. P., 31
Alexander
Alvin, 38
Hubbord, 32
Allen
J. E., 47
S. C., 43
Wm., 43
Amis
E. W., 32
Anderson
Eliza E., 53
Jonathan, 53
Ross, 43
Stewart, 35
Wyatt, 53
Anthony
J. F., 34
J. R., 34
Appleton
Zelma, 22
60
Arnold
J. S., 43
Ashley
Phillip, 36
Pink, 42
Ashworth
Ara, 14
Child, 14
Frances Ella, 14
Izziebell, 14
James M, 14
Laura Burk, 14
Mary L., 14
Orine, 14
Sarah E., 14
Sarah Tressie, 21
Thomas Ben, 14
Atkinson
Minta, 43
Atterberry
T. B., 35
Autry
W. J., 48
Avant
F. M., 42
Jno., 42
B
Bacon
Mary S., 50
Badge
Dudley, 32
Bailey
Frank, 14
Irene Mamie, 14
Josephine, 27
Julia Ann, 15
R. D., 14
William Wilson, 28
Baker
E., 34
Henry, 32
R. E., 43
Ballew
Caroline, 52
Barclay
Jno. S., 48
Barker
J. A., 42
Jack, 43
Barnes
Kenneth H., 54
W. C., 46
Barnett
Emma, 8, 12
Iva Ruth, 24
J. C., 40
W. V. Mrs., 27
Barrett
Wesley, 43
Willis, 32
Barry
Charlie Albert, 52
Charlie Lee, 52
Michael A., 52
Bass
D. W., 36
G. P., 34
J. R., 47
R. L., 32
R. T., 34
T. C., 32
Battenfield, 54
Beal
J. S., 43
Beard
Eudora John, 14
Janie, 14
John Wesley, 14
Thomas Jefferson,
14
Bearden
Monroe, 48
Beasley
E. Mrs., 38
Jno., 38
Beason
I. R., 35
Jno., 34, 35
Beats
Eli, 32
Beavers
Minor, 32
Beck
C. Dawson, 14
Charles P., 15
Dee Etta, 15
Etta Leona, 22
Frances J., 15
Isaiah, 15
John Henry, 15
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Julia Ann, 15
Lois Amelia, 17
Lucinda Catherine,
14
Marion Jasper, 15
Martha, 15
Belen
W. H., 32
Belk
D. L., 43
Bell
Charley, 30
Jno., 32
Benham
Jno., 43
Bennett
C. A., 46
Bensham
G. W., 32
Benson
B. F., 41
J. N., 41
J. S., 41
Mose, 30
W. C., 41
W. D., 41
Berthea
T. B., 40
Best
A. J., 40
J. D., 46
Biggers
A. J., 47
J. A., 47
T. A., 47
Biggs
Dee Etta, 15
Birchfield
J. H., 38
Bivins
Jno. W., 46
Bixby
C. C., 43
Black
H. C., 40
Blackman
Isaac, 42
Blacknall
G. T., 10
Blann
Henry, 49
J. T., 30
R. T., 49
W. A., 49
W. C., 30
Blanton
Jno., 32
Sam, 32
Bockman
El., 49
Bolinger
Frederick, 51
Isabelle, 51
Booker
Jno, 30
Littleton, 30
Boshier
P. B., 34
Bougher, 54
Bowen
T. J., 42
Bowers
G. H., 43
Bowie
Edmond, 38
Henry, 38, 42
Sallie, 42
Bowman
Willis, 34
Boyd
Celia, 48
Boyle
Susan, 57, 58
Bradley
Dulcie, 27
Gus, 47
Iva Ruth, 24
Ivy Ruth, 27
Jack, 27
John H., 27
Marion G., 27
Mary L., 27
Mary M., 25
Mattie Dulsey, 27
Sam Mrs., 29
Samuel B., 27
Samuel W., 27
Tony, 47
Troy L., 27
Walter W., 27
Bramley
J. J., 34
Brandon
F. S., 32
W. F., 32
W. H., 32
Brantley
Jno., 40
Brazil
Henry, 34
Perry, 34
Sam, 32
W. G., 39
Brewer
Nancy, 51
Brice
Infant Daughter, 15
John W., 15
Lenora Lucinda, 15
Bridenstein
Bob, 43
Jno., 43
Bridges, 38
L. F., 38
L. J., 48
Brightman
Alex, 43
Brogden
S. K., 47
Brogdon
W. J., 48
Brooks
Z. N., 38
Brown
Alex, 36
Alf, 31, 36
Alfred, 31
George, 32
Hardy, 38
J. S., 43
Jack, 39
N. E. Mrs., 48
Shade, 36
Stephen, 34
W. F., 38
W. H., 42
Brumely
J. E., 47
Brumley
A. B., 47
J. L., 31
Jas., 31
Brunsell
Bill, 38
Geo., 38
Bryant
E. L., 32
G. B., 32
Jno., 32
W. A., 32
Buchanan
Claude, 54
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Robt., 43
Bull
Henery, 30
J. A., 40, 42
M. F., 42
Bullock
Effie V., 22
Bumgarner
Jno., 43
Tom, 47
Bunn
Drew, 30
G. W., 32
Jerry, 39
Jno., 48
Wiley, 30
Buntrock
Jane, 55
Burk
Drew, 40
J. E., 43
Burks
J. W., 35
Jno., 38
W. J., 40
Burrow
Henry, 32
J. M., 34
Lindsey, 32
W. H., 43
Burt, 54
Burton
Geo., 43
Tom, 43
Busby
Martha J., 40
Bush
Allen, 42
Jno., 32
Robt., 42
Bussy
Tom, 32
Butler
F. S., 43
R. B., 49
W. S., 43
Buzby
E. L., 43
P. J. Mrs., 43
Byars
C. P., 35
N. J. Mrs., 35
W. R., 35
Byrd
62
W. A., 48
Byrne
Ann, 24
Brice, 24
Martha, 29
Mary Malinda, 24,
29
C
Cade
J. H., 43
Cager
Sebe, 40
Calaway
J. C., 42
Jas., 35
M. K., 36
M. P., 35
P. N., 36
T. P., 36
T. W., 42
W. F., 36
Calvin
Ben, 42
Cameron
Bettie Louise, 15
Dorothy L., 18
Jesse Wayne, 15
John Daniel, 15
Marvin Del, 15
Michael Wayne, 15
Nora, 15
Campbell
Duncan, 40
Frank, 34
Canfield
F. D., 43
Capps
Lillie, 17
Carr
J. J., 38
Carroll
J. R., 34
Carruthers
Joan Methvin, 5
Carter
Tommy, 30
Cates
M. H., 34
Cathy
C. C., 39
G. M., 39
G. W., 39
J. D., 39
M. V., 39
S. N., 34
Chalk, 54
Chambers
G. B., 39
J. H., 39
Steve, 43
T. G., 40
Chambliss
J. H., 36
J. W., 36
Chapin
Eula Mae, 51
Chinn
Bob, 15
Chism
Benjamin Boone,
11, 12
Stephen Howard,
11, 12
Claunch
Lula Maud, 50
Clay
W. A., 38
Clemants
J. D., 43
Clements, 54
Clemons
A. N., 34
Ben, 39
G. C., 34
G. D., 36
G. W., 34
Geo. W., 34
J. B., 34
J. W., 36
Cobb
J. W., 48
Cochran
N. C., 36
S. W., 36
Cofield
Rebecca, 49
Coldwell
Jas., 35
Cole
Bradley, 54
Coleman
Ann Eliza, 20
Armindia Jane, 16
D. E., 14
Dewitt Eugene, 15
Dicey Elizabeth, 15
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Elba, 17
Emily Rebecca, 18
Eugenia Hutchison,
16
Hester, 48
Jane Sharpe, 21
Jerome Dewitt, 16
Jno., 34
Kataca Mittie Joe,
15
Mary Artillier, 20
Mary Elizabeth, 15
Mary H., 14
Mary Hutchison, 15
Oma Belle, 17
Osa, 15
Robert Poindexter,
15
Robert Spillsby, 15
S. A., 43
Sarah Ellen, 15
W. A., 34
Warren, 48
William Alvin, 16
William Samuel, 15
Collie
T. C., 48
Colvert
G. L., 39
G. W., 43
L. A. Mrs., 39
W. J., 39
W. T., 34
Cone, 45
A. H., 43
J. S., 43
J. T., 40
Jack, 40
R. H., 43
R. R., 43
S. Mrs., 43
W. F., 43
Cook
Abe, 36
C. C., 42
Nat, 36
Sam, 36
Tom, 36
W. B., 35
Cooley
William F., 27
Cooper
J. M., 43
Pompy, 42
T. J., 49
Coppock
F., 36
Jno., 49
W. A., 42
Corbitt
J. T., 43
Cordell
Frank, 39
Corley
Caldonia E., 16
Dollie C., 16
Infant Daughter, 16
John Stephen, 16
Taylor C., 16
Cornish
E., 46
Coslet
Bob, 43
Costin
Jas., 38
Cothern
James, 16
Mrs. L. E., 16
Cotrell
R. J., 40
W. S., 42
Couch
J. H., 38
Council
W. F., 43
Countee
Fayett, 38
Covington
C. T., 47
Cranford
Ben, 40
Craven
W. J., 49
Criner
J. H., 34
Crits
Wm., 43
Cross
E. Mrs., 42
Culvan
W. T., 34
Cunningham, 54
Cup
J. M., 34
Curley
Jno., 34
Curtis
Rubye Louise, 54
D
Dalton
Alice I., 16
Elma G., 16
Kataca Mittie Joe,
15
Susanah A., 16
Daniels
Tom, 44
Danniels
C. F., 43
J. T., 36
Josiah, 36
L., 40
Wiley, 41
Daugherty
Geor., 36
Davidson
Dock, 35
Davis
Bill, 44
Bob, 36
C. L. Mrs., 43
Daisy, 8
Dawne, 16
E. W., 43
Geor., 39
Henry, 41
I. P., 31
Ike, 44
J. A., 43
J. R., 47
J. S., 43
June, 11, 12
M. C., 43
Rafe, 36
Robert B., 16
Sam, 36, 38
Tucker, 44
W. T., 47
Warren, 36
Wilson, 31
Dawson, 54
D. W., 40
Susan, 54
Deadman
Robt., 40, 44
Robt. F., 40
Deaugherty
R. R., 36
Wiley, 48
DeLamar, 55
Delvach
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Jno., 43
Dempsey
Rebeca, 16
William, 16
Denison
J., 43
W., 44
Denton
Alvis D., 16
Carl M., 16
Earl, 16
John Monroe, 16
Julius Leonadus, 16
Lenora Lucinda, 15
Louella, 20
Marguarite Belle,
16
Orville B., 16
Dickerson
Field, 43
Hen., 47
Ike, 41
Jno., 47
Silas, 31
Dickinson
Alf, 47
Field, 44
G. W., 30
Jeff, 47
Dickson
Dave, 34
Riley, 34
Doan
W. F., 34
Dollarhide
William, 56
Dorathy
Geor., 34
W. T., 34
Dorrough
Arthur, 7, 12
Cynthia Ida, 8, 11
James Martin, 7, 8
Dougherty
Jno., 42
Douglas
L. F. Mrs., 31
Littleton, 31
Douglass
J. R., 40
J. T., 40
T. S., 42
W. A., 42
Draffin
64
B. D., 44
Drummonds
C. C., 44
Dumas
Bart, 38
Rafe, 36
Will, 38
Duncan
A. Mrs., 30
E. F., 44
W. T., 30
Dunn, 31
Alfred, 31
C. B., 40
E. P., 30
J. A., 36
J. B., 36, 48
J. M., 47
J. R., 36
J. W., 47
Jas. S., 30
Jno. E., 40
L. M., 41
Merina, 40
R. E. S., 48
R. H., 47
W. C., 36
W. J., 36
Walter, 36
Dutton
W. M., 44
E
Early
Ben, 40
Henry, 47
Ike, 40
Earnest
Ann, 42
G. W., 47
J. G., 41
J. H., 42
J. Henry, 47
J. I., 47
R. D., 35
R. L., 44
W. D., 40
W. H., 47
Easley
Jno., 44
Eason
Geor., 34
Easter
Belle, 52
S., 37
Echols
D., 34
Frank, 47
Ederington, 31
Price, 40
Edington
Peter, 40
Edmundson
W. R., 44
Edwards
Benj., 31
Jas., 44
O. L., 31
Sam, 42
Ellington
Baby Boy, 16
Baby Girl, 16
Columbus
Mayfield, 11
Minnie, 17
Elliott
R. M., 40
Ellis
D. C., 39
Jno. F., 39
W. A., 48
Emmerson
J. J., 39
W. A., 40
English
Hannah, 53
Enlow
C. M., 37
Estep
Ivy, 55
Etherington
G. W., 31
Ethridge
J. B., 42
J. E., 42
Eubanks, 54
Eureka
L. C., 34
Evans
Geor., 36
J. D., 36
J. N., 39
Y. D., 36
Z. T., 48
Evins
J. W., 36
Jno., 36
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Fairbanks
Bethel Maurice, 16
Debra Lynn, 17
Wynema May, 17
Faret
J. W., 34
Farris
Andrew J., 17
Ed, 36
Ida A., 17
Fatheree
Margaret, 54
Fauster
Chas., 44
Ferrell
Alfred, 36
Fielder
T. L., 44
Fike
Gill, 44
Files
David, 39
R., 44
Findley
Clarence, 17
Dollie Jane, 17
Elba, 17
Gilla Alberta, 17
Loretta Lucille, 17
Milan, 17
Minnie, 17
Raymond, 17
Willie Audie, 17
Fisher
Clifford Ernest, 17
E. J., 17
Lillie, 17
Lois Amelia, 17
Fivecoats, 54
Flanery
G. W., 41
W. C., 36
Fletcher
G. W., 36
Ford
Richard, 44
W. A., 46
Foshee
Diana Lynn, 17
Foye Florene, 17
Robert W., 17
Fouts
Martha, 15
Fox
Elizabeth, 17
Henry A., 17
Henry M., 17
Jayhue L., 17
Lidy Jane, 17
Lucinda Catherine,
14
Marguarite Belle,
16
Franklin
W. L., 44
Frazier
D. J., 36
J. H., 39
J. L., 39
R. F., 34
Freeman
Robt., 42
Sam, 40
Friddle
Janie, 14
Frizell
D. H., 34
Frost
Chas., 39
Donald, 17
Geor., 31
Furguson
Ned, 31
W. F., 47
Will, 31
Furlough
W. H., 31
Furr, 54
Geor., 48
J. E., 48
G
Galbert
H. C., 42
Galbriath
Andrew, 38
Harrison, 38
Hick, 40
Mary, 40
Sid, 38
Gardner
B. F., 31
J. S., 31
Jno., 31
Reynold Mrs., 27
Garner
J. H., 32
Robt, 32
Garrett, 55
Gaylor
Treecy Ollie, 19
George
King, 36
Gilbert
Columbus, 43
Jas., 43
Robt., 37
Gill
D. M., 36
J. M., 31
Gills
Albt., 42
Gipson
Judge, 49
Gleen
W. M., 39
Glidden
A. J., 34
W. C., 34
Gockin
W. H., 44
Golden
Anna L., 52
James T., 52
Marion, 44
William C., 52
Gomillion
Roylene, 54
Goodwin
H. G., 36
Price, 34
T. G., 47
T. W., 47
Turner, 36
Gordan
I. W., 36
W. G., 36
Gossien
B., 39
Grace
A. N., 34
Graham
Abraham J., 17
Alvin Daniel, 18
Anna Bell, 17
Dorothy L., 18
Emma Louise, 18
Harold D., 18
Horace Lee, 18
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Kit, 36
Lennie Guise, 18
Loren Dee, 17
Lula, 19
Lydal Ewing, 17
Oma Belle, 17
Orvel Lee, 18
Rosie, 22
Shirley Louise, 18
Vernia Ollie, 18
W. D., 18
Wendell Ray, 18
Wynema May, 17
Wynema R., 18
Grant
Eli, 36
J. M., 39
T. G., 37
Will, 32
Gray
B. F., 32
Claude, 53
E., 32
G. W., 32
H. D., 32
J. M., 32
J. W., 32
Lester, 31
Opal, 53
Green
A. J., 32
Alx., 44
Anguish, 36
D. M., 40
Francis L., 18
Frank, 38
J. A., 36
Jno., 31
Leo, 36
Monroe, 42
Griffin
B. B., 44
D. P., 44
Griggs
D., 44
Grimmett
W. H., 32
Grisham
H. Mrs., 42
J. L., 40
Jno. S., 32
Thos., 42
W. O., 32
W. T, 39
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Mary Hutchison, 15
Grooms
J. T., 32
Grubbs
J. A., 32
T. A., 32
Guibor
F. A., 44
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Hadley
J. R. F., 31
Hagler
M. M., 37
Haines
J. W. R., 37
Nissie, 37
T. C., 37
Hall, 36
Green, 49
J. B., 36
Halsell
M. J. Mrs., 44
Hamilton
Frank, 44
Hammack
M., 32
Hampton
Hannah Harriett, 55
J. D., 44
Joel, 55
Ned, 31
Hanagan
Ben, 49
J. M., 30
T. D., 30
Hanks
Bill, 5
Hann
Robt., 38
Hanna
E. A., 47
J. D., 31
J. R., 39
W. A., 47
W. B., 49
Harbour
J. G., 39
J. H. S., 36
Sidney, 42
Hardy
M., 42
Harp
Mary Elizabeth, 15
Harper
Geor., 44
J. A., 33
J. T., 44
M. A. C. Mrs., 33
R. G., 41
W. J., 44
Harrell
Bennett, 31
J. C., 42
M. V. Mrs., 31
T. K., 39
T. W., 31
Harris
B. F., 47
J. H., 32
J. R., 42
Jack, 32
L. C., 44
M. C., 47
R. L., 42
Rufus, 38
T. D., 32
Tom, 44
W. A., 32
W. H., 36, 44
William, 38
Harrison
A. C., 48
A. J., 42
F. W., 44
J. E., 48
Jas., 38, 48
Joseph, 38
Paton, 44
Robbie, 11, 12
S. J., 44
Hart
F. L., 44
Harvell
C. C., 32
Harvey
Isum, 31
Haslum
J. H., 40
Hathcock
A. S., 35
E. L., 35
J. J., 34
Hawkins
Permelia Caroline,
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I. P., 30
Haywood
Walter W., 27
Hearnesberger
G. M., 32
J. H., 32
J. M., 44
Sam, 44
W. E., 32
W. H., 32
Hearnsberger
I. C., 44
Hearston
Giffred, 46
Heathcott
Almeda, 22
Dollie Jane, 17
Emily Rebecca, 18
Frances, 18
Infant, 18
J. H., 14
James H., 18
Jim, 18
Lola Lee, 18
Mary Frances, 18
Millie Savanah, 20
Sarah Evelyn, 18
Susan Jane, 21
William Alfred, 18
Henderson
Jno., 38
Henry
E., 44
Thos., 44
Woodson, 33
Heorn
Wiley, 31
Hicks
Eli, 37
Hiest
Dea Richmond, 55
Higgs
T. D., 48
Higinbotham
Barny, 34
Hill
F. E., 30
Frank, 48
G. W., 48
Gertrude Hunter, 18
J. D., 35
T. J., 35
W. J., 37
Hindman
H., 32
Hines
Noah, 46
W. M., 46
Hodnett
J. A., 49
Holaday
Tom, 49
Holaway
A., 44
Nancy, 37
Holcomb
W. E., 38
Holder
Andrew Jackson,
55
Elvira Roseann, 55
Hollingsworth, 40
E. Mrs., 41
F. W., 40
J. C., 37
J. L., 41
Jno., 44
Tom M., 41
Hollins
L. N., 41
Hollis
J. W., 38
Jas., 38
L. J., 38
W. T., 38
Holman
Aaron, 34
Walter, 34
Holmes
J. L., 34
T. P., 43
Hooper
Allen, 32
Ben, 44
Patsy Spencer, 54
Hopkins
D., 44
Geor., 34
Henry, 39
J. M., 44
Hopper
D. C., 42
J. S., 42
J. T., 42
Hopson
Charles R., Jr., 18
Laveda B., 18
Hornaday
A. M., 32
J. A., 32
J. W., 32
House
J. L., 31
J. M., 39
W. M., 32
Houstin
Lewis, 44
Hubbard
G. J., 36
Huckleberry
Elvira, 55
Hucklebery
L. B., 44
Hudgins
Abbie B., 28
Ben Hill, 28
Brice Benjamin, 24,
27
John, 27, 29
John Bailey, 28
John Wesley, 24,
26
Josephine, 28
Lucy M., 28
Martha Ann, 23
Mary M., 27
Mary Malinda, 24,
29
Mattie, 23, 29
Maud L., 28
Ora Mae, 27, 28, 29
Oscar, 27
Oscar W., 28, 29
Hudson
Martha, 29
Neva, 29
Wesley Wood, 29
William Wiley, 29
Huffman
Pem, 37
Sam, 37
Sidney, 37
Hummett
Ben, 40
Humphries
Shade, 38
Hunter
Bob, 36
King, 44
Hutchings
Alf, 33
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W. J., 47
I
Ike
Jack, 48
Ingalls
Kay Germain, 57
Inzer
E. H., 36
Ivy
G. W., 46
M. E. Mrs., 43
S. G., 43
J
Jackson
Alfred, 42
Calvin, 38
Ike, 38
Joseph, 39
Millie, 47
Milton, 33
Sarah Proctor, 54
Tony, 47
W. B., 39
W. V., 44
Jacobs
Jno., 44
Susan Adelia, 12
Susan Adelia, 9, 10
James
H. W., 46
Henry, 31
J. D., 46
W. A., 46
Jeffers
D. F., 40
Jenkins
Henry, 33
Jimerson
Cesar, 39
Johns
Jack, 41
Johnson
A. P., 31, 35
A. S., 31
Bettie Louise, 15
Bill, 48
C., 33
Chas., 44
Coye Eugene, 19
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Ed, 44
Foye Florene, 17
Henry, 41
J. A. Mrs., 42
J. W., 46
Jim, 31
Jno., 31
Lucy, 6
Lucy C., 7, 11, 12
Manuel, 31
Mary Ellen, 54
Mary Frances, 18
Mattie Clara, 19
Minerva F., 7, 12
Mose, 35
Otha Manson, 19
Parson, 44
Rufus, 48
Sarah Ellen, 15
Thos., 44
Wade, 44
Wright, 44
Johnston
B. B., 47
G. N., 47
G. W., 47
J. H., 31
L. C., 31, 47
M. A. Mrs., 47
Jolly, 54
Jones
A. A., 35
Ada Faye, 19
Alfred, 33
Buddy, 19
Charles Harvey, 19
Charles Walter, 19
Conaway, 19
D. F., 35
D. G., 35
Darrel A., 19
Deltha, 19
E. F., 31
Elsie Shelton, 19
Ermal, 19
Evey L., 19
Fred, 33
George
Washington, 19
Howard E., 19
J. C., 41, 48
J. J., 41
J. M., 31
J. R., 34
J. S., 35
Jessie, 42
Jim, 39
John Arnold, 19
L. E., 35
Lula, 19
M. A. Mrs., 31
Maicilla B., 19
Mattie Clara, 19
Meranda, 20
Otha Arnold, 19
Paul, 44
Peter, 44
R. E., 42
Richard, 44
Rubin, 38
Rufus, 19, 44
Sam, 48
Susan E., 19
Thomas J., 19
Thos., 44
Tom, 37
Treecy Ollie, 19
Vollie, 19
W. B., 31
W. E., 14
W. H., 34
Walter, 44
Wash, 33
Wiley Everett, 19
Winfield, 44
Wm., 41
Zebriar Anthrow,
19
Jordan
G. L., 34
J. H., 34
Jorden
Ada Faye, 19
Sarah Evelyn, 18
Joyce
T. J., 30
Juniel
C. J., 34
Jack, 34
Jake, 44
Jim, 39
Lindsey, 31
Mack, 34
Willis, 39
Justice, 34
R. T., 34
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Kallsnick
Elsie, 54
Joe, 54
Keck
Andrew, 51
Jacob, 51
John Henry, 51
John Robert, 51
Lennie Elbert, 51
Robert Henry, 51
Thomas, 51
Vicki Lea, 51
Keel
D. R., 35
Keith
Florence Easter, 20
Kellum
Mary, 44
Kelly
E. J., 46
J. T., 41
W. J., 41
Kendrick
N. E. Mrs., 33
Kensey
Will, 33
King
C. C., 32
C. Mrs., 37
H. C., 42
J. F., 40
J. M., 48
J. R., 47
J. S., 47
O. L., 37
W. H., 32
Kitchen
W. M., 42
Kitchens
J. M., 43
W. B., 43
Knapp, 41
Knox
Will, 44
Konczak
Mike, 54
Kramer
Francis W. Mrs., 27
L
Lacroix
Chas., 45
Lamb
Eugene, 19
Harold, 20
John W., 20
Minnie, 20
Ola Violet, 20
Lambert
Dan, 37
Lane
A. H., 44
Langston
Elva, 51
I. F., 41
Larry
J. Ed, 44
W. D., 44
Lasater
Nancy, 55
Laster
E., 44, 45
E. H., 44
Laws
S. P., 40
Lawson
Alex, 48
Peter, 48
Lawton
Jno., 42
Lay
Allen S., 50
Horace Brittin, 50
Margaret Catherine,
50
William H., 50
Leatheridge, 45
Lee
Bob, 45
Dicey Elizabeth, 15
Elizabeth, 17
F. M., 44
Leley
Geo., 33
Leonard
Dave, 37
H., 33
Jas., 44
Tom, 37
Lewis
J. C., 34
John, 9
Lightfoot
R. L., 39
Lindsey
J. M., 49
Linkers, 54
Little
Frank, 48
Lloyd
J. H., 43
Paul, 44
Logan
Amanda Rector, 11
Benjamin, 6, 8, 12
Cynthia Ida, 11
Daisy, 8
Daisy Catherine,
10, 12
Daniel Boone, 8, 12
David, 5, 6, 7, 9,
11, 12
David Latty, 6, 7, 8,
11, 12
David P., 8, 12
Effa L., 8
Effie, 11
Effie L., 12
Emma Adelia, 10,
12
Emma D., 7, 12
Emma T., 8, 12
Frances, 7, 11
Garry, 6, 7, 8, 11
Grady, 7, 8, 12
Helen Josephine,
10, 12
Imogene, 10, 12
James, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,
11, 12
James Estelle, 8, 12
James O., 7, 8, 11
Jennetta Cinnetar,
11, 12
John Edward, 6, 7,
8, 11, 12
John P., 8, 11, 12
John T., 8
John Thomas, 11
John Warren, 10,
12
Jonathan, 6, 7, 8, 9,
10, 11, 12
Jonathan Boone, 9,
10, 12
Jonathan Thomas,
9, 10, 12
Lois Sue, 10, 12
Lucy L., 7, 12
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Lula Katherine, 10
Martha, 11
Mary, 6, 7, 12
Mary A., 7, 12
Mary Wright, 9
Nancy, 5
Otto D., 8, 12
Pete O'Neal, 8, 11
Pleasant Dixon, 7
Rachel, 8, 9, 11
Robert, 6
Robert Allison, 6,
7, 8, 11, 12
Rose Marie, 10, 12
Sarah, 9
Sarah Sophia, 9, 11
Susan Adelia, 9
Lowe
Ollie Mae, 52
Lowry, 55
Ann, 55
Lucus
G. H., 33
H. M., 49
M. A., 40
Lumsey
Dan, 41
Isum, 48
Lynn
Chas., 45
Lyons
H. L., 36
M
Machin
J. H., 40
Thos., 40
Maddox
D. T., 14
Thos., 33
Malone
H. E., 45
Marks
A. D., 45
Flemons, 33
Geor., 33
H. J., 39
J. H., 39
R. D., 39
W. H., 33
Wm., 33
Marr
Ike, 38
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Marshall
Albert, 20
Amanda Jane, 21
Ann Eliza, 20
Ellen H., 20
Felin, 45
J. Q., 33
Louella, 20
Minerva, 33
Robert S., 20
Spencer, 33
Troy David, 20
W. E., 33
William David, 20
Martha
Logan, 12
Martin
B. F., 45
Benjamin Stephen,
20
C. B., 31
D. B., 45
David, 39
E. M., 45
Henry, 38
J. A., 31
Joe, 38
Meranda, 20
Sarah Washington,
20
Wright, 38
Mason
D. S., 45
V. M., 45
Wm., 34
Massey
J. A., 45
R. N., 39
Massy
R. N., 45
Mathews
Andrew, 33
J. G., 40
J. H., 33
Mary J., 20
Mauldin
Ed, 48
M. Mrs., 48
Mayfield
A. N., 41
R. H., 41
W., 41
Mays
Ike, 31
J. T., 40
W. M., 39
McClanahan
Sam, 41
McClure
F. M., 33
J. A., 33
McCoy
D. H., 41
J. B., 41
Jas., 38
Sharolyn, 55
McCraw
G., 45
McDaniel
Elsie, 54
Rubye Louise, 54
McDonald
C., 37
F. M., 39
J. J., 37
L. Mrs., 42
M. B., 37
Wm., 40
McFadden
Nancy, 53
Odelle, 53
Samuel Monroe, 53
McGheehee
Thos., 40
McGuire
J. M., 42
McKinnie
Thos., 40
W. N., 49
W. W., 49
McKinny
Viny, 33
McLemore
Frank, 33
R., 45
McLendon
C. E., 48
G. M., 45
J. M., 38
McLeod
Thos., 39
McManus
A. J., 40
F. M., 39
P. F., 33
R. S., 32
McMurrry
L. F., 33
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James, 39
M. M., 39
McNary
Wm., 33
McRae
Albt., 37
Andrew, 37
Candy, 37
Gus, 37
McShaw
G. W., 45
Meadows
W. J., 45
Means
B. N., 36
T. N., 41
Medara
F. M., 43
Medley
J. H., 48
J. T., 48
Meier
Karen Renee, 52
Merrett
Parker, 37
Methvin
Joan, 12
John Manning, 10,
12
Metlock
C. F., 33
Steve, 40
Miers
L. Q., 35
W. F., 41
Miller
J. M., 36
Lewis, 45
Milligan
Nora, 15
Sarah C., 50
Mills
London, 37
Peter, 37
Mitchell
E. L., 45
G. C., 45
J. A., 38
S. D., 49
W. H., 45
Will, 33
Moffitt
Sallie, 47
Montgomery
Henry, 31
Moore
Abe, 37
Arch, 38
Charlotte, 37
Claracy, 37
Isaac, 41
J. H., 42
W. L., 42
W. M., 34
Wiley, 42
William, 39
Moran
Wm., 45
Morris
W. E., 41
Morrison
G. H., 36
J. W., 36
Morrow
Barbara L., 55
Mortin
Wash, 34
Moseley
Jno., 47
Tom, 31
Moses
A. G., 37
Booker, 41
L. L., 41
M. E. Mrs., 37
Moulton
Catherine Y., 50
Mulligan
W. T., 49
Murphey
America, 55
Clyde Lee, 55
Dora Belle, 55
Jessie, 55
Jessie C., 55
Leander, 55
Levi, 55
Levy, 55
Martha, 55
Mary, 55
Mattie, 55
Milton, 55
Nancy, 55
Newton, 55
Nora, 55
Octavia, 55
Sarah A., 55
William, 55
Willis Norman, 55
Murphy
Arter, 37
Ed, 37
Robt., 38
Murry
J. M., 39
Myeors
Sam, 45
N
Nance
Nashville, 45
Nauls
Frank, 48
Martha, 48
Neal
Dick, 31
Jake, 47
Jerry, 47
M. W., 41
Marshall, 45
Sam, 42
Neblett
J. Q., 45
J. R., 45
Nelson
J. A., 33
Jim, 37, 39
Lewis, 38
Sam, 47
Nettles
A. A., 41
Celia, 30
Chas., 30
Jno., 37, 41
Jno. M., 37
Will, 46
Newman
J. S., 43
Newton
A. W., 32
Geor., 34
J. J., 32
J. S., 41
M. H., 40
M. L. Mrs., 48
T. A., 41
Nichols
Jim, 33
Jno., 33
Nickles
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Nicklos
Jno., 45
Nobles
Emoline, 37
Will, 37
Norman
Buck, 38
Shade, 31
Norris
Albt., 37
Jno., 48
Norsworthy
Lola, 37
Nowlin
Jas., 40
L., 34
Mort, 36
Nulon
J. D., 33
Nutt
J. D., 39
J. R., 45
Josiah, 49
P. N., 49
R. G., 45
S. N., 48
T. P., 35
W. A., 48
W. M., 36
W. S., 45
O
O’Neal
Bessie, 8, 11, 12
Oakly
J., 45
Oakmail
W. A., 45
Ogiltree
E. L., 34
Oglesby
C., 34
Oliver
B. I., 42
Carter, 34
G. W., 48
Ira, 41
J. I., 41
J. J., 48
J. W., 41
Jeptha, 41
Jno., 45
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Smith, 45
T. J., 48
T. P., 41
Thos., 47
W. W., 31
ONeal
E., 45
Orr
J. N., 45
W. B., 41
Owen
John, 55
Micheal Patrick, 55
Owens
S. L., 48
P
Page
James A., 20
Jerry, 45
Mattie, 20
Parker
A. J., 43
C. C., 49
Geor., 31, 37, 45
Harry, 53
J. H., 46
Jack, 20
Judy, 53
L. G., 49
Mary Artillier, 20
P. J., 32
Wm., 33
Partain
Arch C., 20
Edgar, 20
Infant, 20
Oscar C., 20
Patten
Lewis, 38
Patterson
Turner, 37
Paulman
S. L., 39
Payne, 34
F. B., 35
G. A., 35
Hannah, 53
S. N., 45
Saunders, 45
Pearson
A. F., 45
Anderson, 33
B. J., 45
W. R., 45
Penicks
Austin, 14
Eutha Levina, 20
Florence Easter, 20
J. D., 20
Jessie Lockie, 20
Penington
J. A., 45
Perdue
Felix, 37
Perry
Ceaser, 33
Susanah A., 16
Peters
Alex, 34
Pettit
Melinda, 6
Phillip
Chas., 42
Henderson, 42
Henry, 42
Phillips
Jno., 45
Pickett, 30, 41
Jno., 33
Lewis, 49
Ned, 30
Tim, 49
W. F., 33
Pierce
J. K., 35
Jno. C., 48
Jno. Will, 35
Joel, 35
Robt., 35
T. B., 35
Tom Ben, 35
Pilgreen
L. I., 35
Mark, 35
Pinner
Anna Juanita, 52
Ivy Madison, 52
Jesse Morrison, 52
Pittman
D. J., 45
Pleasants
W. M., 45
Plunkett
J. Henry, 48
Jno., 48
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J. D., 38
N. F., 38
Poole
C. L., 41
Porter, 55
Arther, 45
J. W., 46
Jas., 41
R. L., 46
Powell
Edward, 45
Preston
Earnest, 37
Wm., 45
Priddy
Jas., 48
T. F., 48
Primm
J. A., 47
Judge, 41
Proctor
J. W., 48
W. H., 48
Proffitt
H. G., 38
W. H., 38
Pumphrey
Mose, 48
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Quarles
Wm., 35
Quillen
J. M., 36
R
Raibourne
B., 41
Raiford, 37
J. W., 37
Randall
Sam, 37
Rankins
Henry, 35
Rawlston
Ann, 24
Rayford
A., 33
Anderson, 33
Chas., 33
Emanuel, 33
Redden
G. C. Jr., 32
G. C. Sr., 32
R. W., 32
W. T., 32
Reed
Italy, 33
Jno., 35
L. W., 35
Sherm, 37
Sid, 33
W. W., 35
Reeves
Bob, 45
Robt., 33
W. T., 33
Reynolds
Catherine Lee, 51
J. W., 38
Rheubarb
James, 35
Rheubard
Jas., 45
Richards
Millie Savanah, 20
Richardson
G. G., 33
Harold David, 53
Hoyt Lyn, 53
Jno., 45
M. R., 39
R. J., 33
T. W., 45
W. T., 49
Richie
J. B., 48
Jas., 33
Ricks
Crawford, 31
Geor., 31
Jack, 31
Jim, 41
Rideout
John, 39
Riggs
D. C., 38
G. W., 38
Henry, 40
L. S., 36
Rubin, 38
T. P., 35
W. M., 40
W. N., 40
Riles
Morgan, 39
Riley
Jno., 45
Ritch
W. F., 33
Roark
A. T., 37
T. A., 49
T. D., 49
Roberson
Jno., 41
Robertson
Geor., 45
P. E., 46
Robins
Alice Elizabeth, 21
Delbert Dyree, 21
Elizabeth Elaine, 21
Estella May, 21
Thomas Dudley, 21
Robinson, 47
H., 48
Henry, 38
J. C. N., 45
Lewis, 48
M., 45
Mollie, 38
W. B., 41
Roe
P. F., 45
Rogers
Bev, 31
Roper
Ed, 37
Harrison, 37
Henry, 41
Wiley, 33
Rose
Christine, 57
Roshell
Jas., 37
Rothwell
W. T., 33
Rowan
H. P., 41
Rowland
A. K., 47
J. H., 41
J. M., 47
Nancy, 9
Seve, 47
T. H., 47
Thos., 47
Roy
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Rucker
Tom, 35
Ruebottom
Mary S., 6, 7, 11,
12
Russell
J. C., 49
M. A. Mrs., 47
Nat, 45
Oscar G., 58
R. J., 49
Sam, 45
Rutherford
J. M., 35
S
Sadler
Sarah Sophia, 8, 9,
10, 11, 12
Theodore, 7
William, 9
Samuels
C. M., 46
E. C., 45
H. J. Mrs., 33
I. S., 46
Saunders
Ed, 46
G. W., 48
W. R., 35
Sawyer
J. M., 45
Scarbrough
S. J., 49
T. B., 49
Scott
Ben, 45
Geor., 33
Scrogins
Howard, 45
Tom, 45
Sellers
J. R., 49
Jno., 47
Sessions
A. J., 33
Shaderick
Will, 35
Shallmon
Fred, 46
Sherron
J. C., 40
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J. J., 45
Shulte
Brady, 21
Sikes
G. T., 47
Silliman
D. K., 47
J. J., 42
J. T., 48
T. J., 48
W. E., 47
Z. T., 47
Simms
J. H., 42
Simpson
J. C., 42
T. J., 33
W. T., 33
Sims
A., 38
H. W., 48
Sipe
James Nelson, 10
Skaggs, 6
Slaughter
Gus, 43
Henry, 31
J. W., 43
T. H. Mrs., 43
Sloan
D. M., 43
H. H., 43
Smead
H. W., 46
T. J., 46
Smith
Alex, 33
Anna Bell, 17
E. L., 46
Ed, 33
Edna, 11, 12
Emma Louise, 18
Eudora John, 14
G. W., 41
Galor, 33
Jno., 31, 33
Lewis, 33
Mansfield, 46
Manuel, 38
Mark, 46
Susan Jane, 21
W. J. W., 48
Spain
Alson Browning,
21
Amanda Jane, 21
Edward, 21
Frances, 18
Ida A., 17
Jane Sharpe, 21
John W., 21
Speer
D. R., 40
J. A., 32
J. T., 32
S. M., 32
Spoon
Hubert Pascal, 21
Springer
Rosa B., 21
Spruell
Sarah Washington,
20
Stanfield
J. G., 33
J. W., 35
Stanton
Allen, 55
Harrison, 39
Mary Mrs., 46
Robt., 45
Ruth, 55
William M., 55
Staples
Alex, 38
C., 38
Steel
Rachel, 11
Steele
Rachel, 9, 12
Steelman
Frank, 35
I. H., 33
M. A., 39, 49
M. A. H., 49
N. A., 39
W. H., 46
Stell
Brooks, 46
Stevens
Geor., 31
Stevenson
W. J., 35
Stewart
B. F., 40, 46
Chas., 45
D. A., 46
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Stokes
Joe, 46
Storts
James, 21
Johnaton, 21
Ora, 21
Vernia Ollie, 18
Stough
B. E., 37
S. J., 43
Stout, 41
Stover
A. J., 33
I. P., 39
L. P., 39
Strange
Curtis, 46
Straus
E., 45
Strickland
B. F., 49
G. W., 43
J. A., 41
J. M., 41
Levy, 33
T. J., 35
Stringfellow, 36
J. R., 49
O. S., 47
R. B., 36
Strong
Ed, 37
Frank, 37
Gat, 41
Ike, 37
Joe, 42
L. B., 41
Mose, 37
Peter, 37
Wm., 37
Stroud
A., 45, 46
A. J., 46
F. A., 46
J. M., 46
S. B., 33
Styars
A. A., 35
Sulley
Robt., 35
Sullivan
J., 35, 46
J. A., 46
Sullivant
J. E., 39
W. J., 36
Sumerald
Will, 41
Sumner
Mary, 48
Sutherland
W. D., 35
Swindle
G. W., 35
T
Talbot
A. J., 47
W. M., 47
Tate
Ad, 48
Lewis, 48
Ned, 41
Willis, 46
Wm., 41
Tatum
Andrew, 31
Anthony, 47
Cynthia, 37
E. G., 38
J. H., 37
King, 38
L. B., 37
Nelson, 31
T. J., 38
Taylor
Chas., 46
J. L., 40
Obie Mrs., 27, 29
Thomason
B. F., 47
B. H., 47
B. L., 42
C. R., 47
H., 41
J. A., 47
J. W., 42
S. S., 32
W. C., 42
W. L., 42
W. O., 40
Thompson, 55
Elizabeth, 55
G. H., 48
Geor., 46
Thornton
T. A., 41
W. H., 41
Thrower
Clabe, 35
Jack, 35
Susan, 35
Willis, 35
Thurmond
Frances, 6, 11, 12
Nancy, 5, 12
Tibbits
Gaston, 42
J. T. O., 42
Tierce
Clarence Fredrick,
21
Frances, 21
G. B., 21
Tillman, 54
Tissue
J. O., 46
Tobin
D. H., 43
Harel, 43
Miner, 42
W. M., 41
Tolbot
G. B., 49
L. M., 49
Tomlinson, 41
A. J., 48
E. Mrs., 48
H. A., 41
H. H., 48
J. B., 48
L. G., 41
W. A., 41
Tomma
S. M., 46
Tony
J. M., 37
Townsend
H. C., 46
Tripp
Roy Luther Jr., 21
Tritt
Miss Sarah, 21
Tucker
G. B., 38
W. C., 46
Turner
Eiza, 49
J. J., 46
J. M., 46
J. T., 46
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R. R., 42
Robt., 35
S. C., 46
W. R., 40
Tyler
Fred, 42
U
Underwood
C. C., 35
E. W., 35
J. A., 35
J. L., 39
Joe, 35
Unsel
E., 49
V
Vance
Jas., 35
Jess, 46
Vandergris
J. A., 46
J. W., 46
Vaughan
Alge, 33
C., 46
Dave, 33
Oscar, 33
Vaughn
W. H., 35
Venable
R. J., 38
Villines
Neva, 29
Vincen
Frances, 55
W
Wade
H. M., 37
Wafer
Warren, 36
Wagnon
P. R., 39
Waide
Maryann, 7, 12
Walden
Joseph, 55
Waldrip
J. G., 49
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Walker
Alice, 48
Alvin Ruel, 21
Arlis W., 21
Boyd Ray, 22
California Permilia,
22
David Deen, 22
Effie V., 22
Etta Leona, 22
Hoyt Leslie, 21
Hoyt Ray, 22
Joseph Warren, 22
L. J., 35
Leonard A., 21
Loretta Lucille, 17
Permelia Caroline,
21
Samuel, 22
Sarah Tressie, 21
Thomas Lester, 21
Ulysses Garfield,
22
Verna Ruth, 21
W. D., 14
William David, 22
Wallace
William, 46
Walter
Francis, 43
J. A., 37
Walthall
Caroline, 46
Jno., 34
Walton
Frank, 31
Robt., 48
Ward
Phil, 49
Ware
Dave, 46
George, 31
J. A., 31
Jack, 31
Jno., 47
M. A., 40
Marthia, 47
Mose, 30
Stephens, 34
Wm., 46
Warfield
Logan Robert, 10
Warnix
W. J., 42
Warren
Lula Katherine, 10
Pauline, 34
Washington
Jno., 46
Watkins
D. C., 14
Waton
Peter, 32
Watson
F. E., 39
J. L., 32
Jno., 46
M., 39
Mary Harriet, 53
T. J., 32
W. L., 32
Weatherford
W. C., 42
Weaver
Elizabeth, 51
Henderson, 37
Jno., 37
Silas, 37
Webb
R. M., 49
T. J., 49
Webster
Jno., 46
W. C., 38
Wedges
B. F., 39
J. W., 39
Lem, 39
Wehunt
Almeda, 22
Infant Son, 22
Merril Ray, 22
Oscar L., 22
Thomas Jefferson,
22
Zelma, 22
Welch
Thomas G., 24
Wells
A. J., 35
Wesson
Margaret Emeline,
28
West
Robt., 46
Will, 46
Wheeler
Clabe, 37
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J. P., 35
White
Chas., 35
E. M., 46
J. S., 40
Jno., 31
Robt., 31
William Elden, 22
Whited
Nancy, 51
Whitehead
M. J. Mrs., 42
Whitfield
Elizabeth, 8, 12
Wickersham
B. J., 38
Wigington
J. H., 34
Wilborn
Willis, 39
Wiley
Andrew, 46
Mary, 34
Wilkerson
Perry, 46
Will, 46
Wilkins
C. M., 34
William
Mark, 31
Williams
A., 40
Charley, 30
D. J., 31
Dan, 39
Frank, 37
G. B., 49
G. D., 46
Grant, 38
H. D., 47
Hollis, 40
Holly, 46
Ike, 34
J., 39, 46
J. C., 46
J. W., 46
Jas., 40, 43
Jeff, 37
Jno., 37, 47
L. Mrs., 43
Lewis, 42
M. Mrs., 47
Merie, 48
Ned, 37
Rafe, 37
S. B., 49
S. M., 49
Scott, 30
T. H., 40
W. J., 30
W. V., 46
Willmon
Geor., 39
Wilson
Aldines Kieffer, 22
Alvis, 22
Aubry, 22
C. A., 47
Geor., 31
J. C., 47
Lidy Jane, 17
Orus, 22
Rebecca, 56
Rosie, 22
W. A., 47
Wimberly
Henry, 35
Winfield
Henry, 40
Winn
Peter, 36
Wise
C. I., 49
Wisinger
J. M., 49
T. F., 49
Witherington
A. D., 38
Bruce, 31
J. E., 41
M., 49
Wood
B. N., 31
Crawford, 40
J. Mrs., 40
J. B., 41
J. W., 35
Jno., 31
Peter, 48
S. N., 31
Stewart, 46
Will, 31, 40
Willie, 40
Zack Mrs., 29
Woodall
Joe, 38
Woodard
D., 34
Woodford
Wm., 46
Woods
Maud, 27
Woolley
Adam, 38
Wordlaw
Dock, 31
Wreen
Joe, 41
Wright
D. J., 34
DeWitt Clinton, 11
Frank, 46
J. E., 35
J. M., 34, 49
Joe, 34
Y
Yarbrough
Sam, 37
Yates
J. B., 35
T. J., 35
Yeager
J. P., 40
Jno. P., 40
R. P., 40
W. L., 40
W. W., 40
York
Bertha, 22
J. E., 41
N. J. Mrs., 48
Young
Dick, 39
George Henry, 50
Margaret Catherine,
50
W. B., 40
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