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Debra Slater Garner (#46586210)
 member for 11 years, 2 months, 22 days
Lynda Davis Brown
Minnie Sharp McCollum Ballew
Hi,I wonder if you have any info on Ms. Minnie's husband, L.D. (Lucious)McCollum. I am researching his family and cannot seem to trace him any further than his marriage to Minnie in 1912. Thanks!.Lynda Davis Brown

Added by Lynda Davis Brown on Feb 23, 2014 2:48 AM

Catherine Wilson
RE: James Wilson

THANK YOU so much! I really appreciate this. James is my husband's grandfather (and namesake).

Your memorial page is wonderful! I'll take good care of it!

Best -

Catherine (Kitty) Wilson
Dallas, TX

Added by Catherine Wilson on Jul 05, 2012 8:42 PM

RE: Garland County Cemetery
My great grandfathers were Albert Gideon Briggs and George Washington Arman. Both were widowers and lived in Hot Springs into the 20th century. One great-grandmother, Rosella Jane Hallam Arman, died in the 1890s in Hot Springs.

My grandfather was John Phillip Arman. He and my grandmother are buried in California.

Several of the Armans were buried at Bear in Garland County, but I doubt that the graves have surviving markers. That's where we searched for the cemetery my father remembered. We found a cemetery, but it didn't have any marked Arman graves and my father didn't think it was the right one. He thought the cemetery was probably under the lake now.

I'm in Oregon, so have only been to Hot Springs once as an adult.

Thanks again!

Added by MarthaM on Jan 02, 2012 2:38 AM

Garland County Cemetery
Thank you, Debra, for photographing this cemetery. We looked for it when we visited Arkansas, but didn't find it.

Martha Arman Murphy

Added by MarthaM on Jan 01, 2012 11:24 AM

Doug McBroom
Picture Josie THOMAS MAHAN
Would you post the picture of Josie & her husband Dearyes to his memorial page, #79502635? thanks...Doug/Fairfax VA

Added by Doug McBroom on Oct 29, 2011 11:15 AM

Becky Smith~ Schee
RE: Addition to Shady Grove Cem., Clark Co., AR
I can go take a photo of the funeral home maker and post it with a better photo of their headstone. Before the in craving is done on the headstone. Then go back at a later date to get the in craved headstone.

Again thank you for the information.

Added by Becky Smith~ Schee on Apr 08, 2011 2:43 PM

Becky Smith~ Schee
RE: Addition to Shady Grove Cem., Clark Co., AR
Thank you for the information. I will post it after I go to the cemetery Sat. afternoon or Sunday and take the photo. I do not post things from obits. because things don't always go as they say. Besides that I have to see them in the cemetery before I post they are there.
That's the way everyone should do the postings, like it was done when Find A Grave started.

Have A Blessed Day!

Added by Becky Smith~ Schee on Apr 08, 2011 12:15 PM

Nancy Abraham
Hawley, Gary Cletis
Thank you for the memorial to Gary; he was a great researcher of Beauchamp, Meeks, Coppock, Hawley names. We Beauchamp researchers certainly do miss him.

Added by Nancy Abraham on Feb 02, 2011 11:52 AM

Frances Allen Titsworth
RE: tombstone photos
Yeah, that works, too. Toysrus has hugh sticks of colored chalk, but if you want to make your own color and save money, just follow the instructions on a box of plaster of paris and add the color you want. I thought the bright pink and blue or even white shows up too much. That's why I make my own grey. Just use water-based acrylic paint in the crafts dept. from wal-mart. Then pour it in the smallest paper cups you can find. It forms in a few minutes and you will never run out or have to keep buying kids chalk. Frances

Added by Frances Allen Titsworth on Jan 13, 2011 7:31 PM

Frances Allen Titsworth
RE: tombstone photos
I don't know exactly which ones you are referring to, but in the past I had used shaving cream. It works really good, but it is messy and I have heard that you are not supposed to use it cause it leaves a residue. But it would have been impossible to read some of the stones without it. Now I use chalk, which is also frowned on. But I think it is more important to be able to read it and post it on Find A Grave before it is completely erased forever. I have seen tire tracks and lawn mowers that do more damage, not counting years of weathering. I used to use colored chalk, but now I use only gray. I get griped at at times by people for using chalk, too. But I really feel like people wouldn't ever get to see their ancestors if I didn't. Frances

Added by Frances Allen Titsworth on Jan 13, 2011 3:17 PM

Jean MC
RE: Buckville Cem., Garland Co., AR

the information stated was according to public sources of the Corp of Engineers not of my direct knowledge.. if this is not correct.. you need to take this up with the Corps .. it would not be the first time they have made a FUBAR

Added by Jean MC on Jan 07, 2011 9:11 PM

Ken Jones
RE: Judge W. Blackstock
I'm relatively sure that this is the same man. I've updated the dates as you suggest, and given the similarity and the worn stone, the dates are almost certainly correct.

This old cemetery is filled with stones that are difficult to read (also, it's covered with trees from which dangle very large spiders and webs -- I'm not inclined to go back except when the the spider webs may be gone. There are several stones that I need to rephotograph because of how dark and unreadable they appeared...

Ken Jones

Added by Ken Jones on Dec 02, 2010 10:30 PM

thank you
thank you for the picture of william r robbins. that is my ggg grandpa. Where did you get the picture? How great is that?

Linda robbins

Added by Ellinda on Aug 16, 2010 9:29 AM

Edna Roth
Arkansas Lookups
Please contact me at
I think you are the one who did some valued lookups for me in 2002.
I wanted to ask you about Marcus Phillips.
Many thanks,

Edna Jackson Roth

Added by Edna Roth on Jul 30, 2008 8:51 PM


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