1996 Queries

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Please submit all new and updated queries to the Dallas County Message Board.


Nellie Wilson; Dec 22, 1996 Q008

I am interested in any information on the George W. Mathis family. He married Melissa J. Stewart January 19, 1879 in Humphreys Co. TN. Some of his sons were: Walter, Robert,and Winfred. There may have been others. George is buried in Wardell,MO in Pemiscot County. This family lived in Fordyce for several years. 

Molly Graham Welch; Dec 21, 1996 Q007
Am searching for descendants or people with knowledge of the Smiths who lived in Tulip. One g-g-grandfather was Samuel Webb Smith and another was Col. Maurice SMITH. Samuel's son William Hargrove SMITH was married to Lockie Lenore SMITH, dau. of Maurice. Would like to know also the Civil War unit in which William Hargrove SMITH served. Thanks, Molly Graham Welch

Judy Hadokowitz; Dec 4, 1996 Q006
I am looking for information on my mother's maternal side of the family. Her maternal grandparents were Joe EASONand Ivy JONES. Joe's parents were Joe EY EASON and Eliza ? Would appreciate anything anyone might have on any but am at a standstill with the JONES side and no ifno as to what ELIZA's maidnen name might be. I have full info from Joe EY on down if anyone is interested. Thanks. Judy Strickland Hadokowitz

Judy Hadokowitz; Dec 4, 1996 Q005
I am looking for information on my mother's side of the family. Charles B. GILBERT was married to Nancy GOFORTH. For a period of time they lived in White county and then Dallas County. Family history says that Charles was a sheriff or some type of lawman. Nancy was part Cherokee. They are buried in Dallas Co. but would like more info on their earlier days/relatives from White Co. if known. 

Deanna Holm; Nov 26, 1996 Q004
I'm very interested in contacting anyone familiar with the Richard Cornelius Lollis family. They lived in Crawford Co. Richard was married to Nancy J. Blair. Richard was born ca. 1845 and Nancy was born ca. 1848. They were married ca. 1870. According to the Crawford Co. Ark. History Richard served in the Civil War and was in the battle of Wilson Creek. His name was also spelled Lawless. I searched the 1870 census and found him along with an Augustus Lawless living right next door. I'd sure appreciate any info. 

Rod Pennington; Oct 28, 1996 Q003
I have several lines in Clark Co., AR. These include PENNINGTON, LEE, and PARKER. Related lines include VOSS, HUNEYCUTT, HUDSON, WETHERINGTON, and others. I'm particularly interested in families of the Manchester Community of eastern Clark, western Dallas Co. Would like to communicate with others with info on these families or on the Manchester Community. 

Rod Pennington; Sep 29, 1996 Q002
Desire contact with researchers of families associated with the Manchester Community of eastern Clark and western Dallas Co.'s. Surnames include: PENNINGTON, LEE, PARKER, VOSS, HUNEYCUTT, WEST, HUNTER, DANIEL, SWEARINGEN, BOURLAND, HUDSON, and others.

Tracey Converse; Aug 9, 1996 Q001
Looking for ANY info on the Langley family who lived in Dalark (sometimes in Clark Co. sometimes in Dallas Co.) I'm interested Macon Langley's family around 1900's or so. My grandmother was his daughter, Lytha.

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