USGENWEB'S OFFICIAL POLICY ON COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL
USGenWeb will not tolerate any copyright violations. Lookup requests should be limited to one name, or perhaps two if it is a married couple.
Information given will be minimal, for example, if it is a cemetery lookup, the information will be the name of the cemetery and dates on the headstone.
Please do not ask for "everyone with X surname" or an entire family group, or for hardcopies to be mailed; the volunteers have been asked not to comply with such requests.
Caryn Jeffery firstname.lastname@example.org
I will do look-ups on the following:
look-ups at my web site:
Vera Reeves email@example.com will do the following look-ups:
Of Grave Importance, The Cemeteries of Baxter County, Arkansas, Baxter County Historical Society, 1994
The Early Marriages of Baxter County, Arkansas 1873-1897, Baxter County Historical Society.
Baxter County Marriages 1886-1920 (This is Vera's own compilation.)
Galatia Cemetery Obituaries
Norfork Cemetery Obituaries
Arkansas Death Record Index, 1914-1923
Arkansas Death Record Index, 1924-1933
Arkansas Death Record Index, 1934-1940
The Arkansas Gazette Obituaries Index 1819-1879
NOTE: as of 17 May 2015, I tried to contact the lookup volunteer listed below, but his email address was not valid at this time. Ruth Ann Davis, Baxter County Coordinator
Herman Weiland firstname.lastname@example.org
Among Southern Baptists, Vol. I, 1936-37
Published 1937 from information gathered by questionnaires sent to all Southern Baptist Pastors, State Workers, Children Home Staff, Hospital Staff, Book Store Staff, Missionaries. There are no lay people (members) in the book only staff people. It was compiled by John S. Ramond of Shreveport who is since deceased. It was copyrighted in 1936.
There are some 2,400 biographical sketchs of these individuals which include information on their present position, birth information including parents, spouse information and her parents, children, chronological employment history, education and degrees earned and date of ordination to the ministry.
I will be happy to look in it for someone who might find just that little bit of help. Most of these were born 1870-1900 so parents would be earlier, I have seen a few who were still serving at 80 years old in 1937 so this book does go back quite a ways.