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Paul V. Isbell (#46854064)
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Bio Photo Born in Memphis, Tenn., attended school in Forrest City, Arkansas, and the University of Arkansas. Served in the U.S. Air Force,in Air Training Command, and Stragegic Air Command Missiles.
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Nancy Jane Faulk White Adams
Wesley Johnny Faulk, SR.
Thank you so much for the transfer.
Added by Nancy Jane Faulk White A... on Jul 13, 2015 7:54 PM
Charles B. Sherman
Charles was buried at Salem Cemetery in Lee County, Arkansas.

He was married to Lucinda Catherine Price on Jan. 9, 1861 in Independence County, Arkansas
They had several Children:

Mary Elizabeth Sherman
Charles Cyrus Sherman
William Franklin Sherman
John R. Sherman
Benjamin Franklin Sherman
Walter Jefferson Sherman
Columbus Tweed Sherman
Added by jeannie on Jun 19, 2015 1:44 AM
Carol Robertson White
John Josey
More information on your memorial for John Josey:
John Josey was elected major of the 15th Arkansas Infantry (Cleburne’s-Polk’s-Josey’s) in April 1862, promoted to lieutenant colonel in November 1862, and to colonel the following April; the majority of the regiment’s service was in the Western Theater, including the battles of Stones River and Chickamauga. In the fall of 1863, Josey was detached on recruiting duty and ordered by the Confederate Secretary of War to report to General Edmund Kirby Smith. He was wounded and captured at the St. Francis River, Arkansas, on February 14, 1864, and spent most of the remainder of the war as a prisoner of war at Camp Chase, Ohio.
He died prematurely, possibly of yellow fever, in Osceola, Florida, in October 1866 and was buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Memphis, Tennessee.
Added by Carol Robertson White on Apr 04, 2015 9:09 AM
the Ragityman
RE: D. B. Bell
Thank you for the quick response. I just wanted to touch all the bases. If I learn anything of interest, you will be the first to know.
Added by the Ragityman on Mar 22, 2015 11:49 PM
Patricia Leonberger Hooper
Thank you very much for the transfer of Mary and Claud O'dell's memorials. I appreciate it very much!
Patricia and Carl Hooper
Added by Patricia Leonberger Hoope... on Mar 20, 2015 8:24 PM
Martha Cook Highley
Coggins Howard
Thank you so much for the transfer and for all the hard work you've put in in NE Arkansas. It's been invaluable for my family research!
Added by Martha Cook Highley on Mar 09, 2015 9:23 AM
Kathy S.
Paul, thank you for the transfer of Peggy's memorial.
Added by Kathy S. on Jan 31, 2015 10:30 AM
RE: John Wayne Armstrong
Thank you for letting me know.
Added by Pamela on Jan 13, 2015 3:26 PM
RE: Rollwage, Virginia Ella Anderson, Mrs.
I've also sent edits to the manager of a memorial for Sarah V. Berry (same cemetery as she and Virginia's parents)...dates had been duplicated for those of what probably was her daughter. Edits conform name and dates to the photo of the stone.
Added by jwb on Jan 07, 2015 6:58 PM
RE: Rollwage, Virginia Ella Anderson, Mrs.
It was in pending edits so I've deleted and resent but here's the info: father (7541745); mother (126726033). Her maternal grandfather was James Robinson, who came from England in late 18th century and married Katherine Schell in 1805, settled in Lincoln County, NC.

(Info from "Arkansas Families: Glimpses of Yesterday Columns from the Arkansas Gazette" by Lucy Marion Reaves, Copyright 1995, 2000)
Added by jwb on Jan 07, 2015 6:50 PM
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