|B. Simpson||Dr. Albert Dunlap|
Hey Becky...for memorial # 30075540 please add that in the 1850 Census Dr. Dunlap was listed as a Tanner...he went to Transylvania University in Lexington, KY where he graduated from the medical department...he served as a surgeon with the 17th Arkansas Regiment, C.S.A. and was at the Battle of Pea Ridge before opening a practice in Fort Smith...thanks...come see me at the museum!
Added by B. Simpson on Jan 23, 2014 12:23 PM
Verdon Johnson Memorial# 31666527
Floria Johnson Memorial# 31666521
Elmer Johnson Memorial# 47691530
Elmer & Verdon were my Great Great Uncles and Floria was Elmer's wife. Please, would you allow me to maintain their memorials?
Added by BLESSING on Oct 15, 2013 2:24 AM
|Susan Kimes Burgess||RE: John Wesley Kimes|
You are welcome and thanks.
Added by Susan Kimes Burgess on Jan 02, 2013 7:06 PM
|Jim and Joy||RE: Rilla Eubanks|
Thanks for your help, may have a few more for you later.
Jim W HNY
Added by Jim and Joy on Jan 02, 2013 4:50 PM
|Family is forever||Sam Parker/Ellen James Parker|
Samuel was born December 9 1874 in Arkansas He married Ellen James ( your memorial number 26394312)in early 1899 with his first born son Leonard arriving almost 9 month later He is son of Andrew J Parker (memorial number 27405156) and his wife Hannah
He died November 8 1944 in Pulaski County, Arkansas
Ellen I don't have information on
They are my great great grandparents is how I now
Added by Family is forever on Jan 02, 2013 12:38 PM
|JKS||Andrew J for Jackson Berry|
He is related to me thru 1st cousin.
Thought you might like to update the info.
Thank you for having this info already,
Have a great day, Kay
Added by JKS on Oct 21, 2012 10:20 PM
|joy||Robert N Armstrong|
B 1888 - D 1948 buried: Union Star Cemetery in West Fork, Washington Co., AR
He is the husband of Josephine M Armstrong - B. 1889 D 1938 (of same cemetery). Please link these two together. Also, please include her maiden name: Lucas. She was called 'Josie' if that can be included too? Hope I'm not asking too much. Thank you so very much.
Josie is my Great Great Aunt
Added by joy on May 13, 2012 9:29 PM
|Guyetta Cluck||Mary A. Winn|
I believe you have a typo in the DOB of above subject, it should be 1835 per my records. I hope you can correct!
Added by Guyetta Cluck on Apr 28, 2012 5:31 PM
Thank you for transferring Josie Johnson Boyd's memorial to me! I appreciate it very much!
Added by Cheryl on Apr 10, 2012 8:47 PM
|Nancy (Hitchcock) Clewell||Karnes Cemetery|
I am sending you additional info and link info for nearly everyone in the Karnes Cemetery.
Thank you for walking and documenting this cemetery. I am loosely connected through Lydia "Eva" (Robinson) Karnes --- my step-grandfather was related to all the Robinsons in West Fork.
Thank you for all you do, and I sure hope you don't give up after all the info I'm sending thru! You are appreciated.
Added by Nancy (Hitchcock) Clewell on Mar 25, 2012 5:54 PM
|Carolyn Lane Lewis||RE: Mary Ann Calico Eubanks & Gracie U Johnson|
Thank YOU for your help. I am doing "maintenance" on my family tree before I publish it and trying to get as many people's memorials connected as I can as part of that. So, there may be more!!
Added by Carolyn Lane Lewis on Dec 05, 2011 10:04 AM
|Carolyn Lane Lewis||RE: T Eubanks|
Thank you, Becky.
Added by Carolyn Lane Lewis on Dec 04, 2011 9:41 AM
Would you also please add your picture to Her memorial as well?
Thanks sooooo much!
Added by cataholic4ever on Sep 14, 2011 11:18 AM
Thanks so much for your help!
Do you also know their daughter Joyce??
I have a picture of Linda and Phil. Their kids.
Joyce was my uncle Phil's wife.
Could you email me at my home email please?
Added by cataholic4ever on Sep 14, 2011 11:13 AM
|Jan Goodin||Esther Mankins|
Thank you so much for the photo. I had not find her grave when I was there in 1998.
Added by Jan Goodin on Apr 30, 2011 3:39 PM
|BeNotForgot||Find A Grave Memorial# 24061884|
Becky . . . thank you for so promptly responding to my request regarding Judge James Lewis Henry in Canehill Cemetery . . . I do appreciate your help . . . and thanks again for photographing his marker . . . Vickie in Texas . . .
Added by BeNotForgot on Feb 10, 2011 11:59 AM
|Freda||RE: Lora Cress|
Your welcome and think you for letting me know you have added it.
Added by Freda on Apr 24, 2010 9:20 PM
Thanks for transferring William & Charity Woolsey to me! I appreciate it very much!
Added by Dee Ferris on Apr 06, 2010 8:47 PM
|Neil B (John 3:16)||Hello Becky,|
May you have a Happy Thanksgiving - you and your family.
Added by Neil B (John 3:16) on Nov 25, 2009 8:46 PM
|Shirley||RE: Lora Cress|
Thank you shirley
Added by Shirley on Oct 01, 2009 10:25 AM
|Shirley||RE: Thomas Grant|
Thank you Becky, it is appreciated.
I think I will be able to use this one, but if I have a problem I will let you know Shirley
Added by Shirley on Sep 28, 2009 5:16 PM
Thank you I have changed the spelling. Also the date of birth was different on the stone so I changed that. I though I had photographed all this cemetery I must have missed this one.
Added by Freda on Sep 26, 2009 9:18 AM
Hi !! You've really provided some great info for the Winslow area. My family (Caughman) were all from the Winslow area. I've been able to track down MOST of them, but I'm having trouble with the maternal side which were Moody. I have one picture of Nona Moody with a note that says "St. Paul, Ark", as well as a picture of Al(sic) Moody, who was her father. I also have one picture of a younger Moody, who was named either "Elmin" or "Elmer".
I know that it's a long way from Winslow, but any info you can provide on the Moodys from St. Paul will be greatly appreciated....!
Thanks for your efforts on Find A Grave...
Added by John on Jul 14, 2009 12:04 PM
|DEBB||Re: Dr. Albert Dunlap|
Dr. Albert Dunlap was born in Alabama on the 8th Day of December 1828. He was the son of Joseph Dunlap(a native of North Carolina). His mother's name was Frances Danlap(who resided in Washington County, Arkansas and was noted as the oldest living person in the county, at the age of 97 years). Albert's father was a mechanic by profession and the family lived in Washington County. Albert Dunlat came to Arkansas when he was a boy and grew up in Washington County, Arkansas.
He received his education from the Ozark Institute. In 1850, he began to study medicine und a Dr. Pollard. Later, Albert graduated from the Transylvania University at Lexington, Kentucky in the year 1851.
Dr. Dunlap practiced medicine in Fort Smith(Sebastian County). He was a charter member of the Sebastian County Medical Society; a member of the Arkansas Medical Society; a member of the American Medical Association; and a member of the International Medical Congress.
Dr. Dunlap served as president of the Sebastian County Medical Society in 1887; then as vice-president of the Arkansas Medical Society and later, was a member of the Fort Smith Board of Health for nearly 20 years.
Dr. Dunlap worked in the hospital department during the Civil War; where he served in the "Trans-Mississippi" Department.
In or around 1869, he was the "OLDEST" living and practicing physician in Fort Smith, Arkansas.
Dr. Dunlap married VIrginai Spring(the daughter of Dr. Nicholas Spring; who was another physician in Fort Smith. He was also the medical partner of Dr. Dunlap). The couple had two children: Maude, who was born in 1874 and Albert: who was born in 1875.
Dr. Dunlap retired around 1890 so he could build up a health resort on top of the Boston Mountains, in Winslow, Arkansas.
Source of information: "Goodspeed History of North West Arkansas." p. 1307.; "A Chronicle of Arkansas Newspapers." Robert W. Merriwether." 1922.; "Physicians and Medicine: Men and Wome of Medicine: Crawford and Sebastian County." 1976.; and "Minutes of the Sebastian County Medical Society."
Added by DEBB on Nov 10, 2008 2:43 PM
|DEBB||Re: Dr. Albert Dunlap|
Dear Ms. Patlan:
I have more information on Dr. Dunlap, if you would like to include it. Just let me know.
Added by DEBB on Nov 03, 2008 12:10 PM