Mon Jul 05 17:50:02 1999
I am researching my gg grandfather, Jefferson CUMMINS. Jefferson was born in 1812 in Pulaski County, AR. He married Annie WARD (born 1812 in TN) in Hempstead County, Ar in 1832. They ended up in Nevada County when it was created from Hempstead County. If you are researching this family please email me and I will send you our genealogy report on them. Thanks, Mike Cummons, Jacksonville, FL, firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Fri, 16 Jul 1999 15:45:59
Information on parents of Clarence Clifton WESLEY. Born on March 12, 1902. Married Azal ELLIS September 19.1921. He died in Detroit, MI. December 12, 1986. Any sibling information would also be appreciated. Thank you. Darnell Wesley, 155 Kalispell Drive, Fayetteville GA. 30215, 770-460-6096
Kathryn Sterling Herrmann
Sun, 18 Jul 1999 19:15:10
I'm looking for any information on my grandfather's family in Bodcaw around the turn of the century. My family has a picture of my grandfather and his brother, Elmer and Ellis WOODSON in foot ball uniforms in front of a high school around 1912-1914. I know the school was in Bodcaw. Their father was Benjamin H. Woodson, their mother, Francis Woodson. Other Woodson children and siblings included Gertrude, Alice, Ebert, and Howard. Thank you.
Thu, 22 Jul 1999 09:24:52
Searching for information on John R. PRUITT, who was buried in Nevada Co. He was a deputy who was killed in the line of duty. I believe he lived in Gurdon, Clark Co., AR. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Cindy S. Pruitt, email@example.com
Wed, 21 Jul 1999 15:31:08
Just found that my great grandfather L. G.(Curg) PARKER had a store in the Bodcaw area. He also had land here. There are some grave sites of family member on this land. I would be very thankful for any information on the Parker in this area. The time would have been from 1865 to 1890. I plan to be in the area late July or first of Aug. Thank you.
Sat, 24 Jul 1999 07:08:15
My gr-grandma, Ora Belle RUSSELL was born to Thomas J. Russell and Matilda GARRISON in Bodcaw, AR in 1890. Is Thomas related to the families buried here? My hunch says yes, but I cannot find anything to connect them. Any help is greatly appreciated..
Tue, 27 Jul 1999 00:05:21
I am looking for info on John D. PARKER who was sheriff of Nevada Co from 1923 to 1928. There was a John Parker who was an assessor from 1885-1886 and 1899-1902. There was a John Parker that was treasurer from 1891-1892. I would be greatful for any info on any of these John Parkers. Thanks Ellen Parker
Thu, 29 Jul 1999 11:55:29
My g.mother Emma FRANKS was born in Nevada County in 1889. Her mothers name was Leticia (Lettie) Elizabeth MARTIN. She said that her mothers father ? Martin was a pony express rider, he raised and trained horses later. Looking for info. about these Martins (I was told by an uncle that they were indians). Any info. would be appreciated. firstname.lastname@example.org
Mon, 9 Aug 1999 08:48:28
Could someone give me information on how I could contact someone to check old newspapers for information on the death of John Roberts PRUITT? He was a City Marshall in Gurdon, and was killed in the line of duty 26 Jan 1951. Thank you so very much, Cindy S. Pruitt, email@example.com
Tue, 10 Aug 1999 07:52:47
Seeking history regarding James C BROWN of Nevada Co., AR. He was born 6 Feb 1835 in Marengo Co. AL. Married Emily M. WALKER on 1 Nov 1855 in Pontotoc Co., Ms. He died 15 July 1919 at Prescott, AR. I have 6 children by 1st m. 2m. to Emma M (DUNN) COLLINS. I would like to exchange family history to anyone related to this line. Barbara Graham in Texas
Thu, 12 Aug 1999 10:15:46
I was wondering if anyone knew how Parker Township got its name. My great grandfather had a store in Bodcaw area of Nevada Co, Ar., when the county was formed. He was L.G.(curg) PARKER and his wife Elizabeth (Betty). all of their children were born in Prescott, Ar. L.G. had a brother John C. Parker born 1848 in Hot Springs Co.Ar. Their father was Payton Letcher Parker and wife was Martha W. PAYTON Letcher died in a Union Prision during the Civil War. I am looking for anyone related to these Parkers. Thanks Jim.
Sun, 15 Aug 1999 15:27:10
Am searching for information on the family of James McCLURE and Mary Williams THORN, who moved to Colombia County from South Carolina in 1859. Their children are Mary Thorn McClure b. ?? md. Hugh White; Harriett J. McClure b.5/19/1822, d. 6 feb 1888 md. John W. Blake; Emily Elizabeth McClure b.1822/1825, md. Zadig Levy; Jane Martin McClure, b. 1817, Md. John Huey WILLIAMS, physician in Colombia County. Children of Harriet J. & John W. BLAKE: 1.Lawrence W., b. 2 mar 1847, d. 3/3/1879 md. Ellen HENDRICK, they had 3 children; 2. Leonora, 3. Mary or Mollie W (It's Mary on Census, Mollie on headstone) b. 29/10/1846, d. 19/8/1879 md. W.H. DALRYMPLE, b. 28/4/1841 d.5/11/1888 they had 3 sons; 4. Green Blake, b. 31/12/1850, md. Della HILL, b. 9 Jan 1848, d. 13 Nov 1901, they had 6 children; 5.John McClure b. 25/11/1852,d. 20/2/1937, md. Sumpter MIXON 5 Feb 1879, one daughter C.D. Does anyone know what her name was? 6.Theodore J. b.22 Aug 1855, d. 26 dec 1884, md. R. Estelle McMillan 7 Sep 1880, No children that I know about; 7. Charles Thorn, b. ???, d.??? buried in plot with many other family members at Mt. Vernon Cem. Leake Twp. Nevada County no dates, md. Pearl Camille WRIGHT, 21 Dec 1887, no children that I know about; 8. Harriett J. b. May 1861, 9. Flora, b. Sept. 1862, md. Wm. N. Godbold 10 Dec 1884, they had five children, 3 of whom were living in 1900; 10. Carrie, b. Jun 1869. Can you help fill in the gaps? Do I have them right? I have documentation for all dates, but am uncertain about Mary/Mollie and Flora. I am assumming Mary/Mollie's is the M.W. listed in Chester Co. South Carolina 1850 census because she is the right age and is living next to the parents in 1870 census and Lawrence is living with her and her husband. On the 1870 census the child that would have been Flora's age is listed as Mary W. (the family already has a Mary W.), but in Good's book on Southeastern Nebraska he states that Green Blake had a sister Flora who married W.N. GODBOLD. Information I have on Flora is from 1900 Census. Thanks for any help you can give me.
Alice F. Permenter
Sun, 15 Aug 1999 15:50:13
I found the following in the Falcon Cemetery listing: Perminter, R. Paralee Drake (died 10/24/1884 buried Falcon Cemetery) Daughter of P.N. (is this Paris N. Drake 5/30/1816 - 12/26/1891?) & R. Drake. Wife of J. B. Perminter. Age 30 years, 3 months, 7 days. I am looking for additional information on J. B. Perminter (probably Permenter) and his wife, R. Paralee. Any help with this couple will be appreciated. Alice F. Permenter, 503 Cherokee St., New Orleans, LA 70118, (504) 861-3709, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Huffman, Lynda S.
Fri, 20 Aug 1999 17:47:30
James Julius SMITH died 1905 in Sayre or Prescott, Ark., Nevada County. Married to Mollie Dunn
Huffman, Lynda S.
Thu, 26 Aug 1999 12:26:18
SMITH, James Julius died in 1905 or 1906. Lived in Sayre and Prescott, Arkansas Any info on him or relatives
Huffman, Lynda S.
Fri, 27 Aug 1999 13:51:42
SMITH, James Julius, ( poss. Born in 1850 in Georgia) lived in Prescott in 1900. First wife was Molsie (born in Tenn in 1866), had 2 daughters, one named Mittie. Second wife was Mollie DUNN (1/4 Cherokee Indian); they had 9 children: Peralee, Lera, Zora, William J (Effie), Jess, Dewey, Blanche, Hettie, James Julius (Catheryn). Mollie Dunn had 6 sisters whose married names are: KREECH, WHEELINGTON, FOSTER, ADAMS, and McQUEN. James Smith had 1 brother and 2 sisters, whose married names are: FOX and CRANFORD. Will share material on SMITH and DUNN.
Sun, 29 Aug 1999 07:52:16
Does anyone know the address of the Nevada County Genealogical Society?.
Tue, 24 Aug 1999 05:26:27
I'm looking for information on a Plez & Emily DIXON. They lived in Prescott during 1880, that I know for sure as my grandmother was born there, her name was Mandy Elizabeth Belle Dixon. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Tue, 7 Sep 1999 23:27:28
Am looking for info on ggaunt Emily Francis CHRISTOPHER b 6-6 1840 in AL.Married a Thomas Virgil BATTLE. She was the daughter of Robert and Eliza Christopher who moved from Alabama to AR date unknown.Emily passed on May 18 1876 and is buried in Nevada County town unknown.If any one could help it would help.Robert and Eliza are either my gggrandparents or ggrandparents haven't found out for sure. Thanks for the Help, Al Tollison.
Robinson Janice A
Thu, 09 Sep 1999 21:43:02
I am trying to find others researching the ROBINSON family that was in Nevada Co. in the late 1800's. Will respond to all queries and will exchange info. TIA, Jan, email@example.com
Sun, 12 Sep 1999 16:44:58
STEED, FORE, BENNETT, HART, LOE -- I am interested in sharing with anyone else who has those same line! Thanks, Noel.
Mon, 13 Sep 1999 16:50:32
My name is Arthur CHITTENDEN and I am working on a one-name study - worldwide. Any information, no matter how brief, will be greatly appreciated. I shall be happy to assist other CHITTENDEN seekers by doing lookups and where possible putting them in contact with other researchers of our name. Best Wishes, Arthur, Sunny Sydney, Australia
Tue, 28 Sep 1999 00:47:25
I am researching George Washington HAMBRICE 1849 - 1912. He married Emma BRADSHAW in 1887. They had 14 children. Their daughter, Eula Marie married Herschel SANDERS. Does anyone have any information on G.W. Hambrice before 1887? Please e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Patsy Eubanks Kimsey
Tue, 28 Sep 1999 15:04:17
Need information on the family of William Lindsey CAMPBELL, who died in 1864 while serving with the Ark. 19th Infany. He was married in Morehouse Parish Louisiana to a Rosanne and they moved to Hempstead Co. along with his brother, James H. Campbell, an his sister, Martha, who was married in Morehouse Parish also to a Charles REYNOLDS. Rose stayed in Ark after William Lindsey died, she had three sons, Alexander D. Campbell, B. July 1853, in La., John W., born in 1855, in Arkansas, and James D., born 1859, in Arkansas. Would like to correspond with any descendents and exchange information. Thanks.
Wed, 29 Sep 1999 09:11:49
William A. "Billy" BURNS, born about 1812 , left Carroll and Paulding Cos. GA after the Civil War with his wife Luraney___ and family to end up eventually about 10 miles south of Hope, near the Nevada/Hempstead Co. line. Many of this family are buried in Macedonia Cem. They had children Nancy Burns; Seaborn B. Burns born abt 1831 in GA; Henry Haynes Burns born Apr. 19, 1835, in GA, married Frances Elizabeth Penelope HARRIS in Paulding Co. GA in 1855, daughter of Elisha and Elizabeth Harris of Union Co. SC; Samuel C. Burns born May 23, 1841, GA, died Feb. 26, 1910, in Patmos, AR; and Mary Ann Burns born abt. 1845 in GA who married Thomas J. PALMER abt 1870 in AR. I will be happy to share what I have on these families.