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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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Lula Mae Luttrell in Hughes Cemetery
Hi, I believe the memorials for this woman are duplicates. The dates are the same.

Lula Mae Luttrell Find A Grave # 18467096

Lula Mae Mcdaniel Groves Find A Grave # 55891130

The information in the obituary should explain the relationships.

Added by Winnie on Jan 27, 2016 12:54 AM
W. Smith
RE: St. Francis Co. Cemeteries
Thanks, Paul. I will go over them and see. I think there probably are some memorials of kinfolks that I certainly would like to maintain for a while. I continue to work on my genealogy, and I keep finding new and noteworthy facts and connections. Just this morning I found an error that one of my cousins, Merf #47064479, and I had overlooked in a memorial for a distant relative in Phillips County.

You're not retiring on us are you?? You do a fabulous job, and I have fun trying to beat you to the punch and stay current, but without much success, because you are too darned quick for me!

Warm regards,
Austin, Texas
Added by W. Smith on Jan 25, 2016 8:54 AM
Arlene Schroeder
RE: Forrest City Cemetery
Sure, Paul, that would be great for you to use and preserve the photos. Thanks for your hard work in preserving the history of this marvelous old cemetery.
Added by Arlene Schroeder on Jan 18, 2016 2:07 PM
Cecilia A. Gossman
RE: Photos in Forrest City Cemetery, Forrest City,
You have permission to use my information as long as credit is given.

Cecilia Ann Gossman
Added by Cecilia A. Gossman on Jan 17, 2016 10:47 PM
Vicky Cherry
Lillian Gwathney Hurt
Paul, William Franklin Gwathney Find A Grave# 148271523 and Dove Reeves Find A Grave# 148271516 Is Lillian's parents. Joseph Gwathney and Mary Zeely is her Great Grandparents.
My relation to this is : Daniel & Agnes Rebecca Cherry Gwathney is my Uncle & Aunt.
Added by Vicky Cherry on Nov 28, 2015 7:21 PM
W. Smith
RE: Caruth
Hi Paul: It's good to hear from you, and thanks for the information. With that lady deceased, by all means, leave your memorial in place, and when I get a moment I will try to get hers removed. I see that you corrected the spelling, which will help. I have to think about which is correct myself, and that is why I looked to see if Mary Jo was listed twice.

As you suggested, I will mention that her husband Paul S., Jr. was my cousin (not mentioning that he was only my 5th cousin once removed). I remember him but did not know him well. He was 15 years older than I was. I do not remember Mary Jo, but I do remember her brother Charles Hinkle.

Best wishes,
Added by W. Smith on Oct 19, 2015 2:05 PM
Jan Beasley
Veteran of Saint Francis County
Paul, here is a name you can add to your virtual cemetery of Saint Francis County Veterans.

Carl J. Beasley, Find A Grave Memorial# 42520404, (1918-1985) was a brother of veterans Harry Emerson Beasley and Ray L. Beasley, also both buried in Forrest Park Cemetery. Carl had a distinguished Air Force career, rising to the rank of Colonel. He had served as a base commander at Mildenhall, UK; as a second-in-command at Barksdale AFB; and as a chief supply officer for the Pacific Air Force, based at Hickam AFB during part of the Vietnam war.

Jan Beasley
Added by Jan Beasley on Oct 12, 2015 3:03 PM
Patty Snelson
RE: Alvin N. Snesson
I am terribly sorry to have wasted your time, I should have looked at my copy of his obituary before I e-mailed you, I forgot about the funeral home writing a different one than I did...Once again,I apologize for wasting your time...I appreciate your prompt reply... Thank you very much.
Added by Patty Snelson on Sep 17, 2015 5:33 PM
RE: Irvin Earl Anderson
Thank you so much for your reply!
Added by mboessling on Sep 17, 2015 1:04 PM
Irvin Earl Anderson
I have a great grandfather named Irvin Earl Anderson.Dates match for birth and death. He is buried in Bethel Cemetery, Katemcy, Texas. However I have him as joining Confederate Army on Dec. 18, 1861, First sergeant of Co. A Gano's Texas Squadron, and later part of Third Kentucky Cav., Gano's Brigade, John H. Morgan Div. He was captured and sent to Camp Douglas,Ill. He reached Selma, Texas on Oct. 17, 1865, after being let go after the war. How do I find out about him being a Capt.? Did not know that.Could you please tell me where to look for his records? I never can find him . Thank you MB
Added by mboessling on Sep 17, 2015 9:09 AM
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