Photographs


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Submitted by Steve Morgan

Pictured:  John William BINGHAM
Born 14 Aug 1845, Montgomery County, Illinois
Later joined the Union Army in the Civil War and served in Co. K 3rd Illinois Calvary.  During much of the Civil War he fought against the Confederate Gen. Price in Arkansas and ironically moved
to Arkansas later.

He married Arkansas CLAYTON on 05 Feb 1881, one of three daughters of James P. CLAYTON and Mary YOUNG of Arkansas County; they were only married for one year.


Taken in 1915
Submitted by:  Sherrill Berhorst-Anderson

L-R:  Luther CARTER;
my paternal Grandmother, Stella Mae (Carter) BERHORST;
Seated:  Asbury CARTER, Martha (Overstreet) CARTER
Standing:  Omer CARTER; Standing to right:  J. Sam CARTER



Taken in 1928
Submitted by Monroe Davis

Pictured:  Monroe DAVIS



Taken about 1928
Submitted by Monroe Davis

Standing:  Monroe Garland DAVIS
Seated:  Monroe's cousin, Ernest Irvin WATKINS


Taken in 1929 next to a 1928 Model T Ford Truck
Submitted by Monroe Davis

Pictured L-R:  Luther DAVIS & Monroe DAVIS


Taken around 1938
Several related families from Ethel
Submitted by Ralph Dumond

Identified by Ralph's father
Front Row: James (Jimmy) BUTLER, James COCHRAN, Ted DUMOND, Bobby BUTLER, Bobby CUNNINGHAM, Bertie Elizabeth CUNINGHAM, Eugene DUMOND, O.B. BUTLER Jr., George BUTLER
Back Row: Ethel DUMOND, Bertie (Dumond) McSWAIN, Knowlton BUTLER, Gertrude (Dumond) BUTLER, Clark BUTLER (holding Ida Marilyn BUTLER), Lillian (Dumond) BUTLER, Omer CUNNINGHAM (holding James CUNNINGHAM), Alma Mae (Maddox) CUNNINGHAM,
Mr. GREEN.


Three generations of Dumond's - taken about 1920
Submitted by Ralph Dumond


Ira Eugene DUMOND & Ethel (Seamans) DUMOND (their children Bertie DUMOND & Alma Mae MADDOX); Edward Luther DUMOND & Hassie Lee DUMOND (their children are at the lower right, Edward and Roy DUMOND); Tom MILLER & Emma (Kinard-Dumond) MILLER (she is the grandmother of the children); Nora (Dumond) UPTON and Alfred UPTON; Lillie (Dumond) LONG holding Claud LONG and Arthur LONG.



Taken about 1920 in Hagler, Arkansas
Submitted by Glorene Simpson Stevens

Pictured:  Josephine (Cummings) HAYES
b. 1860, wife of William D. HAYES


No Date, taken in Russellville, Arkansas
(writing on bottom of photo)
Submitted by Nita

Pictured:  James K. Polk TAYLOR

If you have any information on Mr. Taylor, please email Nita.



Tichnor U.S. Post Office
Submitted by Monroe Davis


Walter Stillwell
Submitted by Steve Morgan

Born 10/31/1842, around Gillette, Died 11/14/1898. His parents were Harold Stillwell and Charlotte Bassett. He married Synthia Evaline Reeves 8/29/1867. He fought for the Confederacy with Blocher's Light Artillery. His family moved just South of Stuttgart in what was known as the Stillwell Community. The old Stillwell Schoolhouse was torn down in the 1960's.


William School in DeLuce - Summer 1914
Submitted by Ralph Dumond


Simpson Family
Taken about 1900
Submitted by Ralph Dunmond

Pictured:  William "Billy" T. SIMPSON, Frances "Fanny" Elizabeth (Gresham) SIMPSON, and their sons, Marvin, Melvin, and Floyd SIMPSON (born in 1899).


Eliphira Jane (Ruffin) SIMPSON
Submitted by Glorene Simpson Stevens

Eliphira Jane (Ruffin) SIMPSON, born 1834 and wife of Lemuel Wade SIMPSON.  This picture resides at the Arkansas Post Museum.


Albert Willis SIMPSON Family
Taken about 1914 in Bayou Meto, Arkansas
Submitted by Glorene Simpson Stevens

Albert Willis SIMPSON and Effie Pearl (Hayes) SIMPSON with their children from L-R: Fearman Lambert, Wilbert Wayne, Winford Chester,  and Homer Melvin SIMPSON.



William Washington SIMPSON Family
Taken about 1907 in Bayou Meto, Arkansas
Submitted by Glorene Simpson Stevens

William Washington SIMPSON and Eugenia (Baker) SIMPSON.  Standing from L-R:  Rowland Thomas, Albert Willis, Lula Annie, Lemuel Walter, and Emma Daisy SIMPSON.


Watkin's Children
Submitted by Monroe Davis

Children of Garland WATKINS and Margaret Rebecca MAJORS.  Seated L-R:  Monroe Watkins and Molly (Watkins) MITCHELL.  Standing L-R:  India Anna (Watkins) DAVIS (Submitters Grandmother), and Henrietta (Watkins) EASON.


Wallace R. GOLLADAY
Submitted by Ron Stone

Remembrance card for Wallace R. GOLLADAY.
Born 06 Oct 1902; died 25 Feb 1911 at the age of 8 years, 4 months, 19 days old.


Reuben RAMSEY & Ann (Oliver) RAMSEY
Submitted by Ron Stone

Top Photo:  Harness/Feed Store (Possibly the Gettle Harness Store) in Stuttgart, Arkansas.  Reuben Ramsey is standing in front of the rear wheel of the ladies bicycle.  Can you name the other gentlemen???

Bottom Photo:  Anna (Oliver) RAMSEY


Mr. & Mrs. John Wesley VAUGHN
Taken about 1942.
Submitted by Monroe Davis

Nancy (Simpson) VAUGHN & John Wesley VAUGHN.



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