I invite you to enter a query for your Sevier County ancestors but because of our limited space, please limit it to only Sevier County ancestors. If you are not sure what part of Arkansas your relative was born, died, or resided in, might I suggest checking the Arkansas Federal Census Index, ususally located at you local library or Historical Society or Genealogical Society, for the time frames before and after the one you think they would be in. Enter your query information exactly as you want it to appear including the name of the county in case of misdirection with one exception, please enter the surnames in capital letters. Also it would be helpful if in your subject box you type "Sevier Co., Ar." so that it is not overlooked or deleted by mistake. Every effort will be made to post your query as soon as possible.
Any information on John Henry Reid or son Cecil B. Reid. John was married to Frances Eugenia Couch, called Fanny. Cecil was married to Mary Lee England.
I am interested in any existing pictures of the old school that stood in Central, also known (to me) as "Frog Level". It was about 8 miles out of Horatio as you go toward the Cossatot river. In the years after it's use as a school, it was owned by Lee & I.C. Stringfellow, and served as both a store and living place. They were my grandparents, and I spent many a summer in that area. Several of my relatives still live in Horatio. I have been told that it was just called "Central School". If you ever come across pictures, I would love to see them.
Hello. I wonder if anyone knows the history of the Cossotot Cemetery, formerly Ladd Cemetery. Our surnames are LADD and STOW(E)
I am trying to research the family of Clyde L. Spears who was in Horatio, Sevier Co., Ar. in 1930. His wife, Lillie Poole Spears had died Dec. 13, 1927 and is buried at Millwee Cem. or something like that. In 1930 Clyde Spears was 47 years old and born in Ill. His children at home were ;Robie 18, Evelyn 16, Edward and Edna(twins) 14, Clyde M. 8 and John B. 5. Clyde, the Father was listed as a helper at a box factory. Clyde M. the son came to live with Dave Allen at Caney, Hot Springs Co., Ar. in the mid 30s I think. Evelyn Spears was in El Dorado, Ar. in 1941. I do not know if she was married then or not. Clyde s/o Clyde L. died in Slidell, La. last year. he is the only one that is known to us. Please contact me at 1-501-778-7519
My great great grandparents came from Tenn to Gillham AR in the early 1900. There names were George Washington Green and Angeline D Daugherty Green. They are buried at Gillham Cemetery. One of the Green daughters taught school at Kellum.
I am searching for information on my g-g-g-grandfather, Warren Birdsell/Birdwell who is believed to have been living in Sevier Co. in early to mid 1800's. He had a daughter, Lucinda, and possibly 2 sons, Rufus and Warren. If anyone has any data on this family, please contact me. Thank you in advance for your help.
Looking for information on Ethel Mae Trott. Her obituary says she was born in DeQueen, AR. She moved to Wanette, OK in 1906 & Oklahoma City in 1920. The newspaper clipping is undated, but states she died at the age of 77 in Oklahoma City. Her three surviving sisters are mentioned by their husband's names. She had one surviving brother, Tom R Wright so her maiden name may have been Wright. (Assuming he was a full brother, not half or step). The obit also states she was a member of Church of Christ.
I'm trying to find information and maiden name of Martha Holland. Reagon Holland is her husband Martha was born in 1837 in Georgia but lived in clear creek. Her daughter Ida was my great grandmother she married Albert Dee green. If anyone know any information it be greatly appreciated.
My great grandmother, Celia Corbin James HUGHES, died in DeQueen, Arkansas, in 1939 or 1940. I remember her funeral vaguely for I was no more than three years old. She was buried in the cemetary just north of town off or near hiway 70 (the name of which seems to be gone at my early age of 66.) My great uncle John HUGHES was also buried there prior to 1949 (perhaps '47 or '48).. from Wilkerson Funeral Home in DeQueen. My grandfather Silas A. HUGHES and grandmother, Noda Shrum HUGHES are buried in Redmon Cemetary and I information on their births and death, as well as my parents, Floyd HUGHES and Delphia Gray Hughes and my brother , Bobby Floyd HUGHES Probably more information than you need, but if you have information about my great-grandparents I would appreciate it.
I am looking for information about Wyatt Wood, a blacksmith who lived in Sevier county. He was born in Georgia but was in Sevier County as early as 1829 died there in about 1870. He left a will but I have not been able to access it without traveling to the area. The family has some connection to the Nall family. If you can help me thank you.
I believe my grandfather was living in Sevier County in 1920, in the household of his older brother, Benjamin Davis. The family was Benjamin & Bertha Davis, plus children, and Henry Davis, brother. I would like to know if anyone knows anything about this family, and if they were related in some way to other Davis families in Sevier County. Any help would be appreciated.
My Mother was Beatrice Hale, her father was Thomas Andrew Hale and her Mother was Myrtle Virginia Jackson. My Grandmother Myrtle Virginia Jackson Hale was born in Dierks, Sevier Co.AR . My Grandmother married Thomas Andrew Hale ( his Father was Anthony Jackson Hale). Myrtle's Father was Charlie Jackson and her Mother was Cordelia(Delia). Myrtle, and her children were all born in Dierks, Sevier Co.,AR. I can find no records of Thomas and Myrtle's marriage nor the birth of their children--Thelma, Floyd, Cloutine, Anna Vee, Beatrice, Buck, Horace Dean, Bernice. If anyone could give me any kind of help on the births, marriage of my Grandparents, any information would very much be appreciated any stories just any thing. Thank you so very much for letting me use your genealogy page, 805 N. Church St., Decatur, TX 76234
It is my understanding that there are a lot of Dellingers in the Ben Lomond area whose families came from NC in the late 1800s/early 1900s. This is how I come into the Dellinger line: Aura Ada Dellinger (sp. Roy Smith); Noah Dellinger (sp. Martha Susan Bright); Charles Dellinger (sp. Jemima Homesley); Adam Dellinger; George (Indian Creek) Dellinger and so on...I would very much appreciate hearing from anyone who has information on this line.
WE ARE LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON THE ADAIR FAMILY FOR MEDICAL REASONS. THEY SHOULD BE LISTED IN THE SEIVER COUNTY CENSUS WE NEEDING TO KNOW ABOUT THOMAS JEFF ADAIR AND HIS WIFE WE THINK HER NAME WAS LUCINDA (SENA, LUCY, CINDA) REID OR REED. IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION ON THEM PLEASE LET US KNOW. WE THINK WE HAVE A HEREDITY MEDICAL PROBLEM AND IF WE CAN FIND OUT HER NAME WHEN SHE DIED WE CAN GET HER MEDICAL RECORDS. THANKS FOR ALL YOUR ASSISTANCE IN THIS MATTER.
I'm trying to get any information leading to my great grand father. William Jasper Helms. b.Sept 1848 Tenn. His wife was Mary A. ? M.abt 1874. The 1860 census has a William Hellems listed at age 12. House hold of Emanuel Helms. I'm trying to check to see if that William is my great grand father. Last known address of William Jasper Helms was in 1880 census under the wrong spelling of Hellems also. Sharp county Evening Shade at that time. Thank you for any leads
my grandmother mary lela edna cornelius (nellie) mcdaniel she was born in dequeen city, sevier co. arkansas 3 june 1887 her father was jasper mcdaniel her mother was my great grand mother mailssa jean (melissa jean) ? we need to know her last name and who her family is,born abt 1847-1849 in arkansas .she died feb 13,1924 at the arkansas confederate home in pulaski co,east big rock...my great -grand father was jasper mcdaniel he was born 1845 in tennessee,we thank they married in arkansa, he also died in the confederate home april 4,1925 they hat 6 girls and one boy .my grand mary marrierd david francie (frank) smith they married in 1901
I descend from James W Wright 83 in 1850 Sevier County, Living in househole with son Thomas Is he son of Williwm Wright b. 1735 and Nancy Walker b. 1730 Coule he be grandson of William Wright anf JUdith Amos?
I am looking for any information about the following: B. Moore b. 1844; Susan Dixon b. 1852 Married 1874 No one knows Mr. Moore's firstname (if he had one), Susan Dixon's family, etc...
My grandfather had a brother named Silis Jones who lived at De Queen. Family history has him as the biggest bootleger in town.Dont have any dates but he had to have been born before the civil war. Any information
I am looking for any information I can find on a family by the names of Sharp and Johnson. In the West Otis Cemetery in Sevier County I found the following Julia Ann (Johnson) Sharp and her husband Parnic Arthur Sharp. Also in the same cemetery are a lady I believe to be their daughter. Myrtle Sharp Blankenship Mar.26,1898 to Feb.21,1972. I would like to find any family members. I have found what I believe to be Julia's mother listed on the 1900 census with Julia and Parnic. I am also looking for where her mother is buried. Her name was Emaline Brown Johnson. Emaline was my husbands grtgrandmother and Julia his greataunt. Thank you for any help. I have hit a brick wall with this branch of the family.
I am looking for any information on my Grandmother Ora Orine Reynolds born in Horatio, Devier County Arkansas on 13 March 1886. Her mother's name was Ada Gentry.
My great uncle Emmett William CAPPS was born 30 August 1895 in Sevier County, Ar to: William Dunnigan CAPPS and Rebbecca (Castleberry) CAPPS. Emmett had two brothers: Otis CAPPS and Beeze CAPPS. Emmett was married to Emily IVEY in Arkansas (probably Sevier County, Arkansas) and was living in Boulder County, Colorado by 1920. A daughter Lois CAPPS was born about September 1919 in Colorado. Emily's mother was living with their family on the 1920 census-her name was listed as: Cinda Ivey born about 1880. Emily (Ivey) CAPPS was born about 1901 in Arkansas. Emmett William CAPPS died 11 January 1941 in Klamath Falls, Oregon and was buried at the Bonanza, Oregon cemetery. Please contact me if you are a descendant of this CAPPS family or know anything about the whereabouts of a descendant. My grandfather's family lost touch with Uncle Emmett's family and we would love to hear from you again! My grandfather, OTIS CAPPS was born 9 June 1896 in Sevier County. He was the son of: WILLIAM DUNNIGAN CAPPS & REBECCA (CASTLEBERRY) CAPPS.OTIS was married 11 June 1917 in DeQueen to MELVINA CORDELIA TURNER. She was the daughter of: WILLIAM JACKSON TURNER & first wife NARCISSUS ELIZABETH CAMPBELL. William Dunnigan Capps was born 13 May 1869 in Sevier County. He was the son of: EMERSON E. CAPPS & MARY C. (PETTY) CAPPS. William died 21 Oct 1932 at Eagletown, OKlahoma and is buried at Chapell Hill Cemetery - Sevier County. Emerson Capps died 02 Sept 1905 and is also bured at Chapel Hill Cemetery. Would like to hear from any descendants of the Capps, Turner, Castleberry or Petty familes who all lived in Sevier County I have photographs to share and lots and lots of family info to share with you. Thank you.
Bertie Dull was my great grandmother. I am seeking information on her parents' names. Any help is appreciated.
Looking for descendants of James & Polly Morris. Census of 1850, firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
I can't find anything on my grandfather, Henry Walker. (Might be Henry Oscar Walker) We went to DeQueen Ark in 1955 and visited someone I think was his brother and I believe he lived on the old home place and they were part Indian. My grandfather was probably born by 1880 and died late 1929 or early 1930 of malaria in Idabel OK. He had a sister named Elizabeth. He married (unknown) the first time and had several children including daughters Cora around the turn of the century and Effie. These two sisters and a third one moved to Southern California. He married my grandmother, Elizabeth Hale in Bowie TX around 1923. Does anyone have anything on Walkers?
Anyone out there who is searching this family please contact me directly. I am descended from Catherine Ann Hopkins through her marriage to Levi Davis and would like to contact descendants from her later marriage. Any Gray descendants please contact me directly. I have Hopkins and Davis information to share.
On 22 September 1904, my grandfather, JOHN GOOCH (24 y/o), and my grandmother, EXIE PEARL TEAL (19 y/o), were married in Sevier Co. by the Rev. W.O. BREEDEN. Both listed DeQueen as their residence. They had two children while living in DeQueen: GRANVILLE (1905), and BEATRICE (1908); my mother, HAZEL, was later born in Caddo, OK in 1912. Does anyone have additional information on this part of my family line? Thank you!
Looking for descendants of George and Henryetta Brown Priddy. Lived and are buried in Sevier County, Arkansas. Children--Florence Elizabeth, Roy, Maggie, Laura, Homer, Ethel, and Lena.
Please include my Hallman Family. Jacob Hallman arrived from Lincoln County North Carolina following the 1870 federal Census. He is buried in the Wrights Chapel Cemetery outside Ben, Lomand, Arkansas. Jacob died 10 October 1890. His son S.E. Hallman is also buried at Wright's Chapel. S.E. died 29 Sept 1912. Jacob Hallman served aboard the ship GEORGIA during the War Between the States from the state of North Carolina. S. E. served NC Infantry Company C Regiment 72.
I am searching for my Grandfather, Alonzo Burton Kiningham/Kinningham. The last record I have been able to find is where he married my Grandmother, Ella Rosezena Avery on July 7, 1901 in DeQueen. I believe he died sometime between 1904 and 1907. Is there anyway you could help me by perhaps an obituary look-up or a death record. Anything you can do would be appreciated. I do know that he was in the Spanish American War and mustered out in 1899.I have looked for him for 4 years and keep coming up with a blank. My mother, his last child, was born 2/15/05 and she never knew him. My Grandmother would never tell us anything about him.
I am seeking information on Ira A. WARE, b. 1852 in GA, married Caledonia BARTLETT 2/26/1879 in Sevier Co. Caledonia's mother was named Milly, and apparently remarried a Malcom? Stacy after the death of Caledonia's father. Ira Ware and family (daughters Jessie and Milly) were in Clear Creek township of Sevier county from 1880 thru 1920. Caledonia died before 1893, and Ira remarried a Mary E. Unknown.Any information on any of these individuals would be much appreciated.
I am looking for some ancestors who are buried at Mineral Springs Cemetery. Edward Ed Brown , he was born August 23,1890 and he died September 21, 1978. He married a Ila Frye but unknown about her dates and her parents . I am lookin for anyone who can help me locate this information and any other information about Edward Brown. I do know about Edwards father but I dont know who his father's dad is. His Mother is a Nancy Dove , I have no other information about her. If anyone can help me find this information, I would greatly appreciate it.
I am looking for information on Henry G. Rind and his wife Rebeca Rowzee. Any info on their parents especially needed. Thanks in advance.
I am looking for info on Henry H METCALF, born abt 1842 in Illinois, and died March 31 1925 in Horatio, Sevier Co. Ar. I found that he is buried in Clear Creek Cemetary. He is my great great granduncle, and I am hoping to find an obituary, with some info on his father Balaam.
Sevier County Arkansas Martha Ann Hudson Born abt. 1851/1852. Looking for her and her family 504-835-4704
I would like for Jim Bishop to contact me about Lewis and Mary Benton. They are my g-g-grandparents.
I am look for any Rogers in this area. Mainly any descendent of Joh Henry Rogers. I understand that he was a Charter member of Belleville Masonic Lodge 1882.. Thank-you
My Great Uncle Thomas Jefferson Allen could possibably have been born here on April 8,1870. I know he was born in Arkansas. His parents were WilliamW. and Fannie Allen originally from Ky. If you have any information on this I would surely appreciate knowing. His Father died in Arkansas in about 1878 but I don't know what cemetery He was buried in. They were coming from Kentucky to Texas. Thank you for any info you might have.
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