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J.M. Holderfield

Submitted by Sandra Nichols

Arkansas Gazette
Little Rock, Ark
March 17, 1926
 
J.M. Holderfield
(James Monroe Holderfield) 
DD: March 16, 1926
 
J. M. Holderfield, aged 82, died at 2:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon at the 
home of his stepson, G. H. Bradford, 409 Olive Street, Park Hill.
Mr. Holderfield was a veteran of the Civil War, having fought for two years
with the Eleventh Missouri Calvary.

He is survived by his wife: by four daughters, Mrs. Belle Jones of Conway
County, Mrs. Emma Shannon of Lonoke County, Mrs. Julia Chandler of Snyder,
Tex., and Mrs. Nan Bradford of Van Buren County; by one son W. H. Holderfield
of LeFlore, Okla., by one brother, J.S. Holderfield of LaFlore, Okla., and by
two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Warren of Huntington, Ark., and Mrs. Nora Crist of
Little Rock.

The body will be taken overland at 9 o'clock this morning by Owens & Co. to
Cleveland, where funeral services will be held.
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Van Buren County Democrat 3-26-1926 Eglantine Community News It was with with sincere regret we learned of the death Wednesday of
last week of Uncle Jim Holderfield of near Cleveland. He was the
father of Aunt Nan Bradford and at one time lived in this community.
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Van Buren County Democrat 4-2-1926 New Liberty Community News Uncle Jim Holderfield died March 16th at the home of Howard Bradford
at Little Rock. He was recovering from an attack of the flu, took the
pneumonia and lived but 2 days. Remains were interred at the cemetery
at Cleveland. His wife was taken to a hospital the day he died, she
also having the flu, but she is now improving. Note: Daughter- "Aunt Nan" Bradford was Nancy Jane Holderfield Bradford,
wife and widow of William Simpson Bradford. Wife-Nancy "Nannie" Massey Bradford Holderfield. She was the fifth wife of
James Monroe Holderfield