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      Slave narratives are stories of surviving slaves told in their own words and ways. Unique, colorful, and authentic, these slave narratives provide a look at the culture of the South during slavery which heretofore had not been told.

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Arkansas Cemetery Records

  • Arkansas Cemetery Records
    Arkansas Cemetery records are listed by county then name of cemetery within the Arkansas county. Most of these are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we provide only a partial listing.
    • Cemetery census of Arkansas
      Magnolia, Columbia; Conway, Faulkner; London, Pope; West Helena, Phillips; —  Chalybeat Springs,   P e r s o n , Columbia;  BARLOW,   Evenezer,  Frazier,  MT. Vernon,  Westem, Miller,  Salem,  Sharmon,  Sawrna, Oak Grove, Pleasant Hill,  Price, L. 0, 0. F,  Hartford Memorial Park   Cemeteries, etc. FHB

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Arkansas Genealogy

  • Fathers of the ridge
    Genealogical sketches of Greene County, Arkansas
  • Ancestor charts of the Saline County History and Heritage Society members
    Rowland, Leon; Moore, Orene; Saline County History and Heritage Society (Arkansas)
  • Lineage charts and family group sheets
    submitted by members of Hempstead County Genealogical Society
  • Arkansas pioneers
    Compiled local and family histories from the Clayton Library.
  • A family history : Adcock, John, of Buckingham County, Virginia
    Some of his descendants : with collateral lines: Christian, McMurtry, Robertson, Ingersoll, etc. John Adcock, of Scottish-Irish descent, emigrated from England in late 1600s or early 1700s and settled in Buckingham County, Virginia. His son, Joseph Adcock, served in the American Revolution. He married first, Susan Cason (d. 1804). They had thirteen children, ca. 1754-1804. Joseph and his second wife, migrated to Kanawha County, Virginia (now West Virginia) in 1814. Descendants of his sons, John and Joel, listed, lived in Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Georgia, Mississippi, and elsewhere.
  • A history of the Albright family
    Thomas Finley Allbright was born in 1853 near Capps, Arkansas, married Sarah Anne Gilliam at age 24 and died in 1900. Includes Allbright, Albrecht, Moore and allied families.
  • A Berry history
    Record contains an accounty of John and Jane Campbell Berry of Washington County, Virginia and some of their descendants in Virginia, Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, Oregon and other states.
  • A biographical sketch of the life, ancestors and descendants of Robert Exum Coffey (1858 – 1939) of Boone County, Arkansas
    Robert Exum Coffey (1858-1939), son of Jonathan Norman Coffey and Permelia Spencer Cloyd, was born in Yardelle, Arkansas. He married Ida Mae Crumpler, daughter of William Crumpler and Mary Ann Cockerham, in 1881.
  • A bit about the past for Calvin, Barbara, and Ruby
    Genealogy for Cotton, Castoe, Pendelton, Batesel, Coots families : from 1068-2008 A.D. John Cotton was born in 1626 and lived in Conington, Huntingdonshire, England. He married Anne Hucheson and they had nine children. He died in Virginia. Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in England, Virginia, North Carolina, Arkansas, Missouri, Utah, Idaho and California.
  • A Dysart lineage, seven generations
    Information on seven generations of the Dysart family line, beginning with Samuel Dysart of Ireland c. 1746. Continues with the Dysart family coming to the United States and settling in Virginia, Maryland and Kentucky, and later moving west. James Dysart, son of Samuel and Frances Anderson Dysart, ” … was born in 1744 in County, Donegal, Ireland. In 1775 he married Agnes Beattie in Botetourt County, Virginia. He died on May 26, 1818 in Rock Castle County, Kentucky.”–P. 22. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Maryland, Kentucky, Tennessee, Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas, Utah and elsewhere.
  • The first Donahoe families in Fort Smith, Arkansas, 1848
  • The Edmistons of Washington County, Arkansas
    David Edmiston ( was born in North Carolina, and married Anne Brevard in either North Carolina or Tennessee. They moved in 1818 from Tennessee to Clark County, Arkansas. Descendants and relatives lived in North Carolina, Tennessee, Arkansas and elsewhere.
  • 2000 years, the families of Foster and Mansell
    Stephen Moore Foster, born February 2, 1844 at Dekalb County, Tennessee, son of William Golden Foster and Minerva Spurlock. He married Mary Pearl Patterson and Rebecca Marilza Blythe Pruitt. He died on January 1, 1902 at Roseville, Arkansas.
  • A Gallaher family history : James H. and Sarah E. Gallaher and their descendants
    James Gallaher (ca. 1730-1792) was born in Ireland. He and his wife, Sarah E. Miller, were in the Cumberland Valley in Pennsylvania in 1762. They later settled in Washington County, Tennessee in 1783. Descendants lived in Tennessee, Illinois, Arkansas.
  • A Graham family of Boone County, Arkansas
    Eli Frazier Graham (1839-1916) and wife Narcissus Lucindy Ellen Wadley (1848-1933) with some earlier generations and collateral lineages. Eli Frazier Graham (1839-1916), son of James M. Graham and Mary Robinson, was born in Bolivar, Missouri. He married Narcissus Lucindy Ellen Wadley (1848-1933) in 1866.
  • A Graham genealogy
    William Graham was born in Ulster Province, Ireland, the son of Richard and Nancy Graham. His family immigrated to Pennsylvania when he was young. He later migrated to North Carolina. He married Margaret Graham, daughter of James and Jane Graham of Rowan County, in 1767. They settled in Mecklenburg County, where they had nine sons, 1769- 1790. He was a singner of the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independance in 1775. He died in 1818. His grandson, William Graham (1814-1861) was born at Charlotte, North Carolina, the son of Sam and Abigail Shinn Graham. He migrated to Georgia where he married Louisa B. Dungegan. They had ten children, 1840-1859, all born in Georgia. The family migrated to Pleasant Valley (later Naylor) Arkansas in 1861. He died there. Descendants listed lived in Arkansas, Illinois and elsewhere.
  • A genealogy of the Hammer and Spoon families
    John Hammer immigrated to the U.S. and eventually settled in Randolph County, North Carolina. His descendant, John Hammer, son of Abraham and Catherine Hammer was born in 1814 in North Carolina. He married Jane Spoon in 1832, daughter of John and Sophia. Descendants live in North Carolina, Indiana, Tennessee, Missouri, Arkansas, and elsewhere.
  • A genealogy of all the descendants of Ephriam Knight through John Knight
    James Valentine Knight was a veteran of the War of 1812. He was the son of Ephriam Knight who had migrated from Maryland to Virginia. James married a Miss Kindal in Virginia and they migrated to Ross County, Ohio where their family was reared. Descendants lived in Indiana, Pennsylvania, New York, Missouri, Arkansas and elsewhere.
  • 200 Years of London family in America
    Amos London (1737-1805), a Quaker, served in the Revolutionary Army, and moved from New Jersey to Surry County, North Carolina in 1777. Descendants lived in New Jersey, North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona
  • May and Keith families of Arkansas
  • A Genealogy of the McCullah-Wasson families, 1700-1967
    Thomas Robertson (1763-1834) immigrated from Ireland to Virginia in 1780. He married Elizabeth Lane (1771-1838) in 1789 in Amherst County, Tennessee. Their daughter, Lucy married Alexander McCullah in 1819. Descendants lived in Tennessee, Kentucky, Arkansas, Iowa, Missouri and elsewhere.
  • A family history of Luther and Vera Merriman, 1883-2004
    Luther Merriman was born 10 September 1912 in Doniphan, Missouri. His parents were Jess A. Merriman (1883-1942) and Hattie Belle West (1885-1959). He married Vera Beatrice Gregory, daughter of Samuel Afton Gregory (1878-1958) and Rosa Jones Horn (1880-1959), 16 September 1934 in Pelsor, Arkansas. They had three children. Luther died in 1982 in Independence, Missouri.
  • A Brief history of the Pettit and Spruce families in Boone County, Arkansas : ca. 1818-1925
  • The Rhoads family newsletter
    by the Rhoads Cemetery and Family Association,
  • A history and genealogy of the Ruddle family, 1695-1941
    John Ruddell (ca.1695-1781) emigrated from England to Chester County, Pennsylvania about 1717, and married Mary Cook. The family moved to Augusta County, Virginia between 1743 and 1747. Descendants lived in Virginia, Kentucky, Missouri, Arkansas and elsewhere.
  • 13 generations of Sabin families
    Life stories of David Sabin (1807-1882), Elizabeth Dowart (1811-1891); life stories of David Dorwart Sabin (1841-1899), Mary Powell (1843-1929); life stories of David Sabin (1868-1947), Julia Elizabeth Pfiste.
  • A branch of the Stallings/Stillions family tree
    Richard Stallings was born in about 1630 in Lincolnshire, England. He married Lavaria Kingland, daughter of Anthony Kingland. They had seven children. They emigrated in 1652 and settled in Calvert County, Maryland. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Maryland, Virginia, Missouri and Arkansas.
  • A history of one–of the many–John Williams families in America
    John Williams immigrated from Wales to land near Norfolk, Virginia, served in the Revolutionary War, probably married twice, and moved after the war to North Carolina and then to Madison County, Tennessee. Descendants lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas and elsewhere.
  • Kith and kin of Georgia Ridge, Crawford County, Arkansas
    Abel, Adams, Chastain, Ferguson, Rogers, Sinclair, et. al.

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  • Arkansas County
  • Benton County
    • Gentry Courier Journal 1896-1897
    • Gentry Courier Journal Advance 1897-1949
  • Independence County
  • Mississippi County
    • Leachville
      • World’s cresset 1903-1918
        The World’s Cresset began in 1891 in Aurora Springs, Missouri, as the journalistic brainchild of Leroy Sylvester Garrett. In publicity introducing the new four-page, six-column weekly, Garrett called it “The Aurora Springs Cresset,” but he seemed to decide later to expand the scope of the paper beyond Aurora Springs.
  • Sebastian County
    The following newspapers are hosted by the Fort Smith Library through History Archives interface which doesn’t allow direct linking (aka, it’s poorly designed). In order to access these you’ll need to use the following link: Fort Smith Library Community Archives
    • Arkansas Developer 1894-1894
    • Belle Grove School Journal 1872-1872
    • Daily News Record 1894-1895
    • Daily Southwest American 1911-1911
    • Evening Call 1891-1891
    • Fort Smith Bulletin 1862-1862
    • Fort Smith Daily Herald 1877-1879
    • Fort Smith Daily Time and Herald 1861-1861
    • Fort Smith Elevator 1878-1909
    • Fort Smith Enterprise 1895-1895
    • Fort Smith Herald 1848-1881
    • Fort Smith Herald and New Elevator 1912-1915
    • Fort Smith New Era 1863-1870
    • Fort Smith News Record 1896-1907
    • Fort Smith Southwest American 1908-1911
    • Fort Smith Standard 1867-1867
    • Fort Smith Times Record 1924-1929
    • Fort Smith Tri Weekly Bulletin 1862-1862
    • Fort Smith Tri Weekly Herald 1865-1866
    • Fort Smith Weekly Herald 1867-1879
    • Fort Smith Weekly New Era 1865-1874
    • News Record 1894-1894
    • Ouachita Conference Journal 1863-1863
    • South West Independent 1854-1854
    • Southwest American 1908-1932
    • Southwest Times Record 1923-1932
    • Sun 1898-1898
    • Thirty Fifth Parallel 1860-1861
    • Times Record 2012-2018
    • Tri Weekly Fort Smith Herald 1870-1872
    • War Times 1863-1863
    • Weekly New Era 1880-1884
    • Western Independent 1872-1877
    • Wheelers Daily Independent 1879-1879
    • Wheelers Independent 1878-1883
    • Wheelers Western Independent 1878-1878

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General History of the Western Indian Tribes 1851-1870 – Indian Wars

Up to 1851, the immense uninhabited plains east of the Rocky Mountains were admitted to be Indian Territory, and numerous tribes roamed from Texas and Mexico to the Northern boundary of the United States. Then came the discovery of gold in California, drawing a tide of emigration across this wide reservation, and it became necessary, by treaty with the Indians, to secure a broad highway to the Pacific shore. By these treaties the Indians were restricted to certain limits, but with the privilege of ranging, for hunting purposes, over the belt thus re-reserved as a route of travel.

William Cody – “Buffalo Bill” His Life and Adventures – Indian Wars

One of the best known, and since the death of the renowned Kit Carson, probably the most reliable guide on the Western frontier, is William Cody, otherwise known as “Buffalo Bill.” His exploits have been the theme of a dozen novelists, and in the year just past (1870-72) his movements have been as accurately and frequently chronicled by the daily press throughout the country as they would have been had he been an official magnate of the highest degree. There is something especially attractive in the romance attending the career of one of these noted hunters, which never palls upon…

Phidelphia Cemetery, El Dorado, Union, Arkansas

11 miles on Highway 15 East, turn S E, 1½ miles to Church and Cemetery. Gravestones Canvassed, 20 Nov. 1960, by Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, El Dorado, Branch, Genealogical Committee. BEZONI Fred, b. 22 June 1884, d. 12 Oct. 1913. He was a Mason member. FELDMANN Alice, b. 12 Apr. 1904, d. 5 July 1906. Dau. of John Jacob Feldmann & Pinkie Rugg. John Jacob, b. 22 Feb. 1867, d. 9 Aug. 1919. Husband of Pinkie Rugg. Orrell Robertson, b. 30 Nov. 1912, d. 12 Jan. 1959. Pinkie Rugg, b. 18 Sept. 1872, d. 14 Sept.…

1910 Arkansas Census Map

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Arkansas Genealogy at Ancestry

Arkansas Genealogy Databases – Subscription Required Ancestry is the largest provider of genealogy data online. The billions of records they provide have advanced genealogy online beyond imagination just a decade ago. The following is but a small sample of what they provide for Arkansas genealogy at Ancestry. While some of these databases are free, many require a subscription. You can try a 14 day free trial and see if you can find any of your Arkansas genealogy at Ancestry! Ancestry Free Trial Arkansas Statewide Genealogy at Ancestry Arkansas Biographical History Arkansas Census, 1819-70 Arkansas Census, 1840 Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950 Arkansas Divorce…

Treaty of June 2, 1825

Articles of a treaty made and concluded at St. Louis, in the State of Missouri, between William Clark, Superintendent of Indian Affairs, Commissioner on the part of the United States, and the undersigned, Chiefs, Head-Men, and Warriors, of the Great and Little Osage Tribes of Indians, duly authorized and empowered by their respective Tribes or Nations. In order more effectually to extend to said Tribes that protection of the Government so much desired by them, it is agreed as follows: Article I. The Great and Little Osage Tribes or Nations do, hereby, cede and relinquish to the United States, all…

Treaty of November 15, 1824

Articles of a treaty between the United States of America and the Quapaw Nation of Indians. Article I. The Quapaw Nation of Indians cede to the United States of America, in consideration of the promises and stipulations hereinafter made, all claim or title which they may have to lands in the Territory of Arkansas, comprised in the following boundaries, to wit: Beginning at a point on the Arkansas river, opposite to the Post of Arkansas, and running thence a due south-west course to the Ouachita river; and thence, up the same, to the Saline Fork; and up the Saline Fork,…

Treaty of August 24, 1818

A treaty of friendship, cession, and limits, made and entered into, this twenty-fourth day of August, eighteen hundred and eighteen, by, and between, William Clark and Auguste Chouteau, Commissioners on the part and behalf of the United States, of the one part, and the undersigned, chiefs and warriors of the Quapaw tribe or nation, on the part and behalf of their said tribe or nation, of the other part. Article I. The undersigned chiefs and warriors, for themselves and their said tribe or nation, do hereby acknowledge themselves to be under the protection of the United States, and of no…

Biographical Sketch of Dr. John N. Raley

John N. Raley is a native of Belmont county, Ohio, and was born April 11, 1829; his parents were natives of Virginia. He was educated at the Mount Pleasant Seminary, of Mount Pleasant, Ohio, and lived upon a farm until he was twenty-two years old, then began clerking on a steamboat on the Illinois River, where he was engaged for two years. He was next employed in keeping books for grain merchants on the Chicago & Alton Railroad, in Illinois, and after a few years there moved to the State of Iowa and engaged in farming for two years. In…

Biographical Sketch of John B. Dinsmore

Is a native of Daviess county and was born in Jackson township on the 10th of April, 1850. He was reared and received his education wholly in this county. In August, 1870, he went to Kansas and there engaged in railroading. Part of his time in that State was spent in Emporia, where he remained till September, 1872. He then came to Daviess county, and locating in Jackson township, was soon called on to serve his fellow-citizens in a public office. He was elected township constable and collector, and served two years, refusing reelection. From that time he turned his…

Bowman, Wallace R., Sr. – Obituary

Wallace R. Bowman, Sr., 73 years old, 27198 Oak Drive, died Aug. 20, 1988, at the Veterans Administration Hospital, Fort Wayne, Ind. He was born July 19, 1915, in Elkhart County, Ind., a son of Frank A. and Carrie (Lampe) Bowman. On Feb. 4, 1943, he married Marion Schrader in Hot Springs, Ark. She died March 12, 1978. On April 6, 1983, he married Nancy Hunt in Sturgis. He was a Sturgis resident most of his life and was employed at the Kirsch Company. For 42 years, he had operated the B & W Tavern, retiring in 1983. He was…

Arkansas World War 2 NMCG Casualty List

Inclusion of names in this Arkansas World War II Casualty List has been determined solely by the residence of next of kin at the time of notification of the last wartime casualty status. This listing does not necessarily represent the State of birth, legal residence, or official State credit according to service enlistment. Casualties listed represent only those on active duty in the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard, resulting directly from enemy action or from operational activities against the enemy in war zones from December 7, 1941, to the end of the war. Casualties in the United States…

Arkansas WW2 NMCG Prisoners of War

CHASTAIN, Eldon Toblas, Pvt, USMC. Father, Mr. Thomas J. Chastain, Route 1, Sherrill. HAMMOCK, William Lester, Jr., Sgt, USMC. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. William L. Hammock, Sr., R. F. D. 1, Dermott. HOWARD, William Archie, Cpl, USMC. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. William G. Howard, 208 W. 7th St., North Little Rock. HUTCHISON, Leonard Wallace, Chief Electrician’s Mate, USNR. Sister, Mrs. Ellen H. Hunt, Clarksville. (Wife liberated from prison camp, 709 Genessee St., Rochester, New York.) LEVY, Benjamin Henry, Jr., Ensign, USNR. Father, Mr. Benjamin Henry Levy, Sr., Blytheville. MANN, Ralph C., Jr., 1st Lt, USMC. Father, Mr. Ralph C. Mann,…

Arkansas WW2 NMCG Casualty List – W-Z Surnames

W Surnames WADKINS, Beuford Blemas, Pvt., USMCR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elijah G. Wadkins, Route 6, Box 2, Marshall. WALKER, James A., 1st Lt., USMCR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. James T. Walker, Huffman. WALDO, William E., Pvt., USMC. Mother, Mrs. Lena N. Waldo, Main St., Stamps. WALL, Van J., Cpl., USMCR. Wife, Mrs. Van J. Wall, Holly Grove. WALLACE, Houston Oliver, Watertender 1c, USN. Mother, Mrs. Mildred McCullain, Stamps. WARD, Leroy, Steward’s Mate 1c, USNR. Father, Mr. George Ward, 400 Bisco St., Helena. WARD, Herbert Ellis, Pvt., USMC. Mother, Mrs. Susan E. Rider, Route 1, Corning. WARD, Otis A., Pvt.,…

Arkansas WW2 NMCG Casualty List – T-V Surnames

T Surnames TACKETT, Eunice, Seaman 2c, USNR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan Tackett, Higden. TATE, Charles Ray, Seaman 1c, USN. Father, Mr. Willis Calvin Tate, Route 1, Warren. TATOM, William E., Captain, USMCR. Sister, Mrs. N. L. Eddy, Jr., Buckner. TAYLOR, Gilford Dudley, Jr., 1st Lt., USMCR. Wife, Mrs. Frances D. Taylor, Earle. TAYLOR, Kenneth William, Fireman 1c, USNR. Mother, Mrs. Cora Taylor, Wooster. TAYLOR, Roy B., Pfc., USMC. Grandfather, Mr. Charles S. Boone, 102 Denison St., Little Rock. TAYLOR, Walter Brack, Jr., Machinist’s Mate 1c, USN. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brack Taylor, Sr., Box 262, Harrison. TERRELL,…

Arkansas WW2 NMCG Casualty List – S Surnames

SANDERLIN, Henry E., Cpl., USMC. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Sanderlin, Route 4, Monticello. SANDERS, John David, Jr., Signalman 3c, USN. Mother, Mrs. Elsie Salmonat, 1124 Thayer Ave., Little Rock. SATTERFIELD, James Anderson, Fireman 2c, USN. Father, Mr. Phillip John Satterfield, Route 1, Magazine. SATTERWHITE, James Andrew, Jr., Sgt., USMC. Wife, Mrs. Carnella A. Satterwhite, Enola. SAUNDERS, Robert Earl, Gunner’s Mate 2c, USN. Mother, Mrs. Nettie Byrd Saunders, Route 2, McRae. SCHMUECKER, Roman Eugene, Seaman 2c, USNR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roman Casper Schmuecker, 216 East Main St., Paragould. SCHRIVER, Thomas M., 1st Lt., USMCR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs.…

Arkansas WW2 NMCG Casualty List – R Surnames

RABB, John Robert, Ship’s Cook 1c, USNR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fletcher Rabb, Eagleton. RAGLAND, Joseph Cornelius, Steward 3c, USNR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ragland, Route 2, Box 48, Sherrill. RAINBOLT, John Thomas, Fireman 1c, USN. Father, Mr. Mark Rainbolt, Saint Joe. RAINEY, Woodrow Lyle, Seaman 1c, USNR. Wife, Mrs. Myrtle Rainey, Appleton. RAINWATER, Osborn Kieth, Fireman 1c, USN. Mother, Mrs. Essie K. Rainwater, Route 4, Box 167, Little Rock. RAMSEY, Curtis Dick, Seaman 1c, USNR. Father, Mr. Carl Ramsey, Garland. RAMSEY, Maunsel Edward, Machinist’s Mate 1c, USN. Wife, Mrs. Mona G. Ramsey, McCrory. RAMSEY, Philip Calven, Fireman…

Arkansas WW2 NMCG Casualty List – P Surnames

PACE, Millard Clarence, Fireman 1c, USN. Father, Mr. Clarence Gordon Pace, Vanndale. PACHL, Charles Howard, Motor Machinist’s Mate 2c, USN. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Frank Pachl, Route 2, Box 96, Fort Smith. PARKER, Issac, Mess Attendant 3c, USN. Father, Mr. Holsey Curle Parker, Woodson. PARKER, Leonard E., Pfc., USMCR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Parker, 810 Burke St., Jonesboro. PARKS, William A., Jr., Pvt., USMC. Mother, Mrs. Allie V. Parks, 1316 Spring St., Little Rock. PARRISH, Bill J., Pfc., USMC. Mother, Mrs. Floy S. Parrish, Route 1, Box 557, Fort Smith. PARSLEY, Johnnie Franklin, Seaman 1c, USNR. Parents,…

Arkansas WW2 NMCG Casualty List – N-O Surnames

N Surnames NANCE, Zelmer B., Cpl., USMCR. Mother, Mrs. Ellen Nance, Route 1, Scranton. NASH, Edward C., Pfc., USMC. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis C. Nash, Box 2, Lawson. NATIONS, Morris E., Cpl., USMC. Father, Mr. J. C. Nations, Prairie Grove. NELON, George Kirkwood, Electrician’s Mate 3c, USN. Father, Mr. Scott Nelon, England. NEIGHBORS, J. V., Seaman 1c, USNR. Father, Mr. James Daniel Neighbors, Mt. Valley Route, Box 51, Hot Springs. NELSON, Harl Coplin, Seaman 1c, USN. Father, Mr. Joseph Frank Nelson, Route 4, Rosston. NIX, James Herbert, Gunner’s Mate 3c, USNR. Daughter, Miss Jamie Jeraline Nix, c/o Thail Penix…

Arkansas WW2 NMCG Casualty List – M Surnames

MABRY, Thomas Edward, Aviation Machinist’s Mate 2c, USN. Father, Mr. Hamilton Savage Mabry, Mountain View. MALONE, Herbert Leo, Seaman 1c, USNR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Malone, Route 3, Box 196, Marina. MANN, William M., Pfc., USMCR. Mother, Mrs. Minnie L. Mann, Smackover. MANNING, Gerald Alton, Aviation Machinist’s Mate 3c, USN. Father, Mr. Scheley Manning, Route 1, Beebe. MARSH, Roy Dewey, Jr., Buglemaster 3c, USNR. Mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Marsh, 915 North St., Little Rock. MARTIN, David Elmore, Seaman 1c, USNR. Mother, Mrs. Katharine Martin, 900 No. Pine St., Little Rock. MARTIN, Erwin W., Pfc., USMCR. Wife, Mrs. Erwin W.…

Arkansas WW2 NMCG Casualty List – K-L Surnames

K Surnames KECK, Don E., Pfc., USMCR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin E. Keck, Route 2, Eureka Springs. KEITH, Elmer, Seaman 2c, USN. Mother, Mrs. Eliza Keith, Route 1, Box 67, Foreman. KELLY, Brady Leon, Seaman 2c, USNR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Lee Kelly, 1120 E. 2nd St., Pine Bluff. KELSO, Edgar L., Pfc., USMC. Mother, Mrs. Florence A. Kelso, 208 Scott St., Hot Springs. KENDRICK, Buddie Jack, Seaman 1c, USN. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Kendrick, Dumas. KENNEDY, Benjamin Franklin, Metalsmith 1c, USN. Mother, Mrs. Janey Kinkle, Marshall. KENT, Texas Thomas, Jr., Seaman 2c, USN. Father, Mr. Texas…

Arkansas WW2 NMCG Casualty List – I-J Surnames

I Surnames IBISON, Ben Junior, Seaman 2c, USNR. Father, Mr. George Ben Ibison, Route 2, Box 125, Fort Smith. INGRAM, James Milton, Ship’s Cook 2c, USNR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Jackson Ingram, England. IRVIN, John Robert Electrician’s Mate 2c, USN. Mother, Mrs. Mildred Wakely, Nashville. ISLEY, Marvin Earl, Pfc., USMCR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alson M. Isley, Gen. Del., Gravette. IZELL, Weldon Lee, Sgt., USMC. Father, Mr. Charles T. Izell, 2114 So. 16th St., Fort Smith. J Surnames JACKS, Williams Thomas, Jr., Lt., USNR. Wife, Mrs. Flossie Louise Jacks, Osceola. JACKSON, Thomas Jefferson, Steward’s Mate 3c, USN. Aunt, Minnie…

Arkansas WW2 NMCG Casualty List – H Surnames

HAILEY, Festus L., Cpl., USMCR. Father, Mr. Richard Hailey, Box 65, Frenchman Bayou. HALBERT, Miller Gene, 1st Lt., USMCR. Mother, Mrs. Miller Halbert, 410 Pine Bluff St., Malvern. HALE, Cornelious, Jr., Steward’s Mate 2c, USNR. Mother, Mrs. Arvester Hale, 222 Sheppard, Malvern. HALFORD, Earl T., Pfc., USMCR. Father, Mr. Charles J. Halford, Route 2, Booneville. HALL, Elby Loyd, Machinist’s Mate 2c, USN. Mother, Mrs. Eva Ethel Hall, Spring St., Ozark. HALL, John Rudolph, Chief Boatswain’s Mate, Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Henry Hall, Roland. HALTOM, Girvis, Jr., 1st Lt., USMCR. Father, Mr. Girvis Halton, Sr., Stephens. HAMILTON, Van Everett, Lt.…

Arkansas WW2 NMCG Casualty List – F-G Surnames

F Surnames FAIRCHILD, Lloyd Thomas, Seaman 2c, USNR. Mother, Mrs. Lyda Williams, 606 No. Pine St., Little Rock. FARRAR, Darlus G., Jr., Pvt., USMCR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Darius G. Farrar, Sr., Route 1, Delight. FARRIS, Elmer James, Machinist’s Mate 1c, USN. Father, Mr. William Farris, Alma. FAUGHT, James E., Jr., Pvt., USMCR. Mother, Mrs. Nell G. Faught, Route 1, Box 536, Blytheville. FEHR, Franklin Eldridge, Aviation Machinist’s Mate 3c, USNR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Fehr, Watson. FELTON, Lewis Dean, Seaman 1c, USNR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lee Felton, Route 1, Jacksonville. FERGUSON, Carl D., Captain, USMCR. Wife,…

Arkansas WW2 NMCG Casualty List – D-E Surnames

D Surnames DAILEY, Carl William, Pharmacist’s Mate 2c, USNR. Wife, Mrs. Melvin Alice Dailey, c/o W. Neighbors, Bauxite. DAVIDSON, Marshall Ray, Torpedoman’s Mate 3c, USNR. Wife, Mrs. Gusta Lee Davidson, Route 2, Garfield. DAVIS, Albert K., Pvt., USMCR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Columbus W. Davis, Route 1, Box 1a, Osceala. DAVIS, Alton Joseph, Machinist’s Mate 2c, USN. Wife, Mrs. Calen June Davis, 134 Oakland Boulevard, Hot Springs. DAVIS, James William, Aviation Ordnanceman 3c, USNR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Charles Davis, 107 Parker St., North Little Rock. DAVIS, John Alexander, Seaman 2c, USNR. Wife, Mrs. Christine Davis, Lepanto. DAVIS, Morrison…

Arkansas WW2 NMCG Casualty List – C Surnames

CALLAWAY, Enoch Elisha, Electrician’s Mate 3c, USN. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. William R. Callaway, Route 2, Ashdown. CALAWAY, Rhyman, Gunner’s Mate 3c, USN. Mother, Mrs. Willie Calaway, Route 2, Tinsman. CALVERT, Robert W., Pvt., USMCR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Calvert, R. F. D. 2, DeWitt. CAMM, William Fieldon, Yeoman 2c, USN. Father, Mr. Ernest Clayton Camm, Hazen. CANADA, John Wyatt, Jr., Seaman 1c, USNR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wyatt Canada, Sr., Chester. CANTRELL, Lloyd David, Signalman 2c, USNR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Harold Cantrell, Trumann. CARLON, Walter Raymon, Signalman 2c, USN. Father, Mr. Walter Edgar Carlon, Hattleville.…

Arkansas WW2 NMCG Casualty List – B Surnames

BAILEY, James Robert, Fire Controlman 2c, USN. Father, Mr. William Andrew Bailey, Route 1, Box 25, Pearcy. BAKER, Ervin Nathaniel, Torpedoman’s Mate 1c, USN. Wife, Mrs. Lulu Baker, 1414 So. 4th St., Rogers. BAKER, Hadley Vernon, Jr., 2nd Lt., USMCR. Father, Mr. Hadley V. Baker, Sr., R. F. D., 22, Lincoln. BAKER, Hira Christopher, Jr., Lt., (Medical Corps), USNR. Father, Mr. Hira Christopher Baker, Sr., Garfield. BALL, Louis Dixon, Motor Machinist’s Mate 2c, USN. Father, Mr. Howard Luther Ball, McCrory. BALL, Minuard Rowland, Seaman 2c, USNR. Wife, Mrs. Mattie Maple Ball, 446 N. 4th, Nashville. BALLARD, Hubert Leon, Seaman 2c,…

Arkansas WW2 NMCG Casualty List – A Surnames

AARON, Hubert, Fireman 2c, USN. Father, Mr. Alfred Alonzo Aaron, Route 1, Box 153, Texarkana. ADAMS, Vonceal, Seaman 1c, USNR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Culbert Adams, Flag. ADCOCK, Henry Kenneth, Torpedoman’s Mate 3c, USNR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Wade Adcock, R. F. D. 1, Parkdale. ADKINS, McRae, Pfc., USMCR. Mother, Mrs. Hester Adkins, Gen. Del., Letona. ALBERT, David, Steward’s Mate 1c, USNR. Wife, Mrs. Lillie Mae Albert, Route 1, Box 121 A, Pine Bluff. ALDERSON, Frank Thomas, Seaman 2c, USNR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fay Alderson, Route 3, Berryville. ALEXANDER, Elvis Author, Seaman 2c, USN. Father, Mr. Charles…

Fort Smith Criminal Records

Fort Smith Criminal Records: This series consists of criminal court cases, and contains such material as indictments, bills of information, arrest warrants, writs, subpoenas, appearance bonds, transcripts of proceedings before U.S. commissioners, orders, verdicts, judgments, sentencing orders, and appeal papers. In these records can be found the criminal cases of such famous outlaws as Belle, Sam, Tom, and Henry Starr (jacket 170); Wyatt Earp (jacket 59); Gad and Emmet Dalton (jacket 55); Rufus Buck (jacket 500); Edgar Watson (jacket 197); Blue Duck (jacket 26); and “Cherokee Bill” Goldsby (jacket 500).

Biography of William Gregg Andrews

William Gregg Andrews, a prosperous farmer of Sutton, Merrimack County, N.H., was born July 7, 1834, on the farm upon which he now lives. His father was Nathan Andrews, Jr., a native of Sutton; and his paternal grandfather was Nathan Andrews, Sr., born in Danvers, Mass., in 1767, a son of Samuel Andrews. He came to Merrimack County when a young man, and in 1795 he married Hannah Gregg and at once settled upon a farm at Fishersfield. His wife was a daughter of James and Janet (Collins) Gregg, and, though lame from childhood, was energetic and industrious, and lived…

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