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This page last updated 22 November 2004

Larry Roth November 22 2004
Florence Melissa BAGWELL, who married Darius HATCHETT in 1885, Tomlinson Township, Scott County, Arkansas. Looking for information on her parents, siblings, and any other relations. Have information from her marriage to Darius onward, but nothing on her prior to the marriage. She was 17 when they wed, born about 1868.
Email: Lroth02@sbcglobal.net

Debbie Blakley October 22 2004
On the 1910 Scott Co., AR census for Lewis Township, Town of Mansfield, there is listed my relative, Reese TRAVIS. His wife was Nancy Jane (TERRY) TRAVIS and they had been married 15 years. Their daughter Dora M. or Della M. is listed as 10 years old. The census states he was a photographer and "owned his own business." Would anyone have any knowledge of this photography shop or have any photos that state they were taken by Reese TRAVIS? Any other information or family out there? Reese TRAVIS was listed on this census record as 39 years of age, born in Tennessee of parents both born in Tennessee. His wife Nancy J. was 37, born in Arkansas. Her father was listed as born in Arkansas and her mother in Ohio.
Email: blakley41@cox.net

Dee Stamps October 16 2004
I'm looking for information on families who were listed in the 1880 Federal Census for Scott County, Arkansas and in later census records. The heads of household were: Daniel, Dodson D. (married Mandy, maiden name unknown) and James J. STAMPS. Their migrations were VA, SC, IL, TN, MO, AR, OK. One family had lived in TX before AR. The online information I have found placed these families in Lafayette Township, Scott County, Arkansas in the 1880 census. Our grandfather, Ben F. STAMPS may have been born at Bates in Scott County. He was born in 1882, a son of Dodson D. and Amanda Stamps. Amanda died in 1905 and is buried at Gipson Cemetery at Bates. Does anyone know of these families? Are there any pictures of them?
Email: dee@stormnet.com

Kathye Payne Upham September 30 2004
Mrs. Louisa McCaleb homesteaded 40 acres in Section 35, Township 3 North, Range 32 West on 1 July 1875. This land is located in Lafayette Township of Scott County. She was listed in this record as the widow of Hansel McCaleb. Hansel and Louisa are listed as McCalip on the 1860 Scott County census in Tumlinson Township with four children. By 1870 Hansel had evidently died and Louisa is listed in Lafayette Township with two of her children. The 1880 Scott County census of Lafayette Township lists Louisa at age 68, a widow, living with her son Fernando McCaleb, age 27 and single. In the mid 1880s some of Louisa's children moved across the state line into the Choctaw Nation. I would like to hear from anyone researching this family. Thank you.
Email: kupham@houston.rr.com

Delmar Lee Harris September 17 2004
My grandfather, John Floyd Harris, was born in Scott County on October 3, 1885 and I am trying to find anyone who may be related to him or anything about his family. Will appreciate any/all information.
Email: coachdh@sbcglobal.net

Patricia Tebow Williams July 27 2004
Looking for information on WITT's that lived in Scott County in the 1850's and 1860's. Also John LYALL lived there 1850's and 1860's, then he moved on to Benton County, Arkansas and finally Washington County, Arkansas. I see on the 1860 census that a Debora LYLE lived in the Robert WITT household, who was she? John was my 2nd great-grandfather.
Email: Ptebow@aol.com

Chris Smith July 12 2004
I am looking for information on the Joseph THOMAS family found in the 1900 census of Hickman Township, Scott Co., AR:
Joseph THOMAS, born 3/1850 TN, a widower
Mollie L. THOMAS, born 11/1880 AR, daughter
Whit E. THOMAS, born 9/1881 AR, son
Clever THOMAS, born 10/1886 AR, son
Luther E. THOMAS, born 7/1888 AR, son
James THOMAS, born 7/1893 AR, son
Email: csmith@ohmstede.net

Emma Darlene Bishop June 28 2004
I am looking for my great grandmother, Mary Ann BRAZELL or possibly BRAZIL. My grandfather, Robert Marion CLINE, was born in Pope County Arkansas, and lived in Scott County Arkansas in the 1880 census. According to family records, he married Mary Ann BRAZELL in 1881. She died when my grandmother was very young, but all records indicate that she was born in Texas around 1867 and died in Idabel, Oklahoma, around 1919. Family members also say that she was part or full Choctaw or Cherokee descent. I found a William BRAZIL in the Federal land records in 1879, but have not been able to find him in the 1880 census, so that I could see family members in his household. My grandparents show up in 1884 in Little River Arkansas, during the birth of their first living son Walter L. CLINE. I am looking for Mary Ann BRAZELL's parents and siblings. During their entire marriage, they lived around the Arkansas, Texas, and Oklahoma border. Some of their children show being born in Little River, Arkansas, some in LaMarr, Texas, and my grandmother in McCurtain County, Valliant City, Oklahoma. There is also the possibility that they lived on or near an Indian mission, or that Mary Ann came from an Indian mission. Robert Marion CLINE is thought to have been in trouble with the law around 1880 or 1881 and is said to have left the area and traveled to Texas or Indian Territory until his legal troubles were forgotten. Robert Marion Cline's brother(Alexander Haywood CLINE) was a Methodist Missionary to the Indians in the Oklahoma Territory for fifty years, he is known to have been in Hooks, Texas in 1879 and Fannin County, Texas in 1910. Any information on Mary Ann BRAZELL or William Brazil in Scott County, Arkansas, will be greatly appreciated.
Email: emmadbishop@yahoo.com

Joy Robinson West June 21 2004
Acel Cross ROBINSON married Sarah Samantha CORNETT. They had five children, two girls and 3 boys. The youngest died young. Sarah CORNETT daughter of Mary Edelman CORNETT was a full blood English, she lived to be ninety four (94) years old. Beginning of the civil war, Acel Cross ROBINSON and family lived near a little school and church, place named Pine Log, Arkansas about eight miles east from Booneville, Arkansas. Acel ROBINSON fought in the civil war and was captured at Little Rock, Arkansas. Acel escaped. Arrived home with sore, bleeding feet and half starved, only to find his wife Sarah sick from fear and everything they had gone through. Sarah soon died. Acel got his five children, traveling at night by wagon started back to De Moines, Iowa, their native home. Acel Cross ROBINSON was found dead at 12 noon June 22, 1900. Acel Cross ROBINSON must have been in his seventies. Acel Cross ROBINSON's only brother I have any information on was Marion ROBINSON. He had three children, one boy Elisha ROBINSON and two girls, Nara and Lens ROBINSON. Elisha married one of the EARP girls at Pine Log, Arkansas and had 5 six children, but moved to Oklahoma. So we lost track of them. Howard Franklin ROBINSON one of Acel and Sarah's children born in Arkasnsas was born 12-15-1869. He married 12-20-1888 in Scott Co., to Tilitha Alice BRISCOE born 3-15-1871 in Texas. They had 10 children in Echo:
Eula Fredrick ROBINSON born 10-17-1889
Ora Eva ROBINSON born 12-8-1890
Emmons Edward ROBINSON born 4-29-1892
Ara ROBINSON born 11-30-1893
Minnie Ester ROBINSON born11-11-1895
Howard Olin ROBINSON born 2-11-1898
Wendell Robert ROBINSON born 6-23-1900
Stanley ROBINSON born 6-23-1902 (My Grandfather)
Harley Franklin ROBINSON born 7-28-1907
Ura Alice ROBINSON born 3-5-1910
I would enjoyy hearing from any one with information about our family. Thank you.
Email: texborn1958@yahoo.com

Vi Winters May 1 2004
I am looking for my great grandparents graves. Their names were Lewis B. and Martha Jane LIGHTFOOT. They lived around Boles in 1878 to 1881 or so. Both went there with five children and died there. Family legend says my grandfather put a headstone on their graves in the 1920's or 30's. This headstone was a cement block with their names put down into them somehow with wire. We have looked for those graves for forty years. If anyone has seen graves that look anything like this on a mountain around Boles, I would appreciate the information.
Email: msdr53@arkansas.net

Gary Edwards April 16 2004
I am trying to collect information on Andrew SCOTT'S ancestors. Of course, Andrew is Scott County's namesake. More specifically, I am trying to find out all I can about the lives of Andrew's parents, Andrew, Sr. and Elizabeth. Also, I am trying to find out anything I can about Andrew SCOTT'S other ancestors dating back to Indiana, Pennsylvania and Virginia. I also understand Andrew has established ties back to Scotland. What is the documentation for this? I'd be happy to visit Scott County, if necessary, for more info on Mr. SCOTT. Or is there someone in the county I can hire who may be able to get access to this information...if it is available?
Email: gary.edwards@cityoffestus.org

Kaye Emery February 6 2004
Does anyone know if there is a church record for the burials in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery at what used to be Greenridge? My grandmother Nettie HUTSON is buried there but I am trying to find Donnie HUTSON who died 1937 or 38. He isn't in the cemetery book but I'm wondering if a record was kept by the church.
Email: kadybug@valuelinx.net

Lisa Maness January 30 2004
I am searching for descendants and information regarding the following families and people listed on the 1910 Scott County, AR census in Denton Township:

Moses KEMP, age 29, his wife Sallie A., age 29, daughter Effie L., age 6 and daughter Jewel, age 2.

Augustus G. MANESS, age 35, wife Della E., age 34, son Floyd H., age 13, son Lee E., age 8, daughter Maude I., age 6, daughter Effie L., age 4, daughter (listed as son on census) Arke/Arkie M., infant. All but Arke were born in MS; she was born in Arkansas. John H. MATTOX, listed as Augustus' brother-in-law, age 22.

Any information as to the whereabouts of these two families would be most appreciated. My husband is a descendant of Augustus and Della through their son, Lee E. (Egon.) The MANESS name has also been spelled MANUS and MANASS. The MATTOX name as also been spelled MADDOX.
Email: mmaness@bellsouth.net

Virginia Campbell January 16 2004
My great great grandfather, John W. Williams, born 1809 in Georgia came to Arkansas after the Civil War. He settled in Pope County. His brother, Lewis H. Williams settled in Scott County. John's father was Lewis Williams, born 1785 in Virginia. Lewis' father was John Williams who was born in England. I need information on the John Williams who was born in England. Can anyone help?
Email: jvcamp@tcworks.net

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