|Mildred Clark (#47095826)|
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|I served in Girl Scouts in several different capacities for several years and was director of an Arts Center for five years, taught one year of grade school and grew broiler chickens breaking all Tysons records for the most money ever made on a batch amounting to 5 cents a head, my last batch I grew; had a Beagle kennel raising AKC Beagle gunddogs we also ran in competitions in Illinois, Tennessee, Missouri, Arkansas and Oklahoma; and owned with my husband a Holstein dairy farm. I was an unofficial volunteer in genealogy for over ten years at the library because I wanted to be an unofficial volunteer. I have researched extensively for the past twenty years or more, most of my lines, wrote one hard bound book and booklets mostly of relatives in Southwest Missouri (Anderson, Trail, Seburn, Ryker, with the Casada, Douglas, Cantrell Davis, McMechen and early Trail's in early Spartanburg, SC. Berks, Philadelphia, Luzerne and Carbon Counties in PA had the Hinkle and Hinkel, Minnick and Shane lines later of Southwest Missouri. Northwest Missouri kin were Anderson, Trail, Ricks, and Dixon. Northwest Arkansas kin were Clark, Martin, Keck, and Duncan's who were also in TN; and other lines of Woodring, Ritchardson of NC and OK, the lines of my second husband, and others. I do not post memorials unless it is for people I do know about and do not post from Cemetery enumerations. When I find that someone has put in birth and death dates and nothing else and it is my family, then you will find that I do another posting because I not only have bios but usually photos too and I don't want to do only a flower. I want to leave a record and I have worked hard and had a lot of expense to gather those records. Double listings don't bother me. I am not finished yet, I can only work on so many at a time as it takes time to do the bios, get the photos ready, etc. and I work on my other lines too doing the same thing.|
Mildred I. Seburn Mildred Clark
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|Mike Freels||Calvin Luttrell Grave|
I was wondering if you can be more specific with directions to his grave site. We spend the better part of today down in the Arnett area and could not locate it. We did find a small cemetery on top of a hill, but the gate was locked and we could not enter. Thanks, Mike.
|sherri schaefer bagby||updates|
Thanks so much for the updates to Bagby family memorials
|Sherry Phillips||Correction to previous entry|
Mary Elizabeth Martin was my great grandmother, not my great great grandmother. My fingers got too busy, sorry.
Sherry Jennings Phillips
|Sherry Phillips||Another possible daughter|
I think that William Martin and Nancy Cole had another daughter, who is my great-great grandmother. Her name was Mary Elizabeth Martin, born Feb. 5, 1866 in Well County, Arkansas. She died Nov. 13, 1950 in Ranger, Texas. Her death certificate lists William Martin and Nancy Cole as her parents. I am on Ancestry.com. My family is listed as The Phillips Family. I am Sherry Jennings Phillips. My e-mail address is
firstname.lastname@example.org. I live in Eastland, Texas. I have been doing ancestry research for about 4 years. Feel free to contact me.
Sherry Jennings Phillips
|Janis Feist||Where are you?|
Trying to get in touch with you....my E mails are returned ........
|Bill Williams||Ira A. Douglas|
Is there a story behind the picture you have posted of I. A. Douglas? I would be most interested in hearing what you have to tell.
Just a Family Genealogist,
Hi,my name is Cherry Spence Schenck and Tishie Martin was my great grandmother on my fathers side.
Her daughter,Treonia Lankford was my grandmother and she talked about her mom to us kids when we were little.
Grandma married Ellis Alexander Spence and had 3 children,my dad,Floyd Lee Spence was the oldest and passed away Jan 14 2011,next in line was Lavern Spence(living) and then Donald Spence,deceased.
I have been researching the family lines for yrs,but this is the first time i have found anything on grandmas family.
Aunt Lavern will be absolutely thrilled to see this!-she is the last one and wont be with us much longer.
I will share this information with her tomo.
There are absolutely no photos,stories info of any kind from that part of family,please,please contact me so i can make a dying woman very happy!
My # is 47168760!
|Carol Thomas||Sarah Seburn Frazier|
I am confused on Sarah as records (transcriptions from historical society) I found said Soloman married "Rachel Seburn" on Oct 2, 1870. I would love to see the bible pages you have as my family is on the Frazier side. Please email me. Carol
|Dona McPhillips||Wilson C. Cantrell (Willis)|
Mildred, Joyce Has brought to my attention that I have Wilson in Cantrell cemetery in Dade co. when he is buried in Buchanan cem. I checked and found between you, me, a Crissy77 we have created a mess between dates for Wilson himself and his son. I moved my site to Buchanan so we could look at all of them easily. I am quite willing to take mine down but I was wondering if we could work on a clarification of dates and get Wilson and his wife linked and get his war service noted. I understand this may not be a priority for you. I have in the past worked on others that Linda for one has put up then given the maintenace back to her with no mention of my name on it. I am willing to do this anytime as I am not in this for a numbers count. I just love getting the story and information out there.Dona
|Barbara Hammons Davis, Dalt's Mom||Sarah Cantrell Reeves|
Hello, I am trying to trace Sarah. She was married to Barrester Jordan Reeves who was murdered in Madison Co., AR. along with several of his children by Confederate soldiers in 1863. I believe she then married a Mr. Lawson and went to TX. Do u have any info. on her?
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