|Paul V. Isbell (#46854064)|
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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.|
I have two Websites:
Cross and St.Francis County Arkansas:
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|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.
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.
|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.
|mboessling||RE: Irvin Earl Anderson|
Thank you so much for your reply!
|mboessling||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
|charlie shores||William Monroe Kimble Sr|
Thank you so much for updating Willie's posting. i have some additional information pertaining to him.
John David Kimble --as you have listed
Carl Ray Kimble --Created by: Paul V. Isbell
Record added: Nov 02, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 16439023
Roy Neal Kimble --Created by: Jamie "BamaFann"
Record added: Oct 19, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 16244241
Buried in Oak Lawn Cemetery
William Monroe Kimble Jr -- currently living in Forrest City AR
James Albert Kimble -- currently living in AR
Olivia Sutton --Created by: Paul V. Isbell
Record added: Sep 14, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15738582
daughter of Charles Wesley Kimble and
olivia sutton died March 23 2015
thank you and if you ever need information on the kimble family for find a grave postings please feel free to message me at email@example.com
i have extensive family information on the kimble family
|charlie shores||william monroe kimble jr|
i just saw the posting for william monroe kimble jr that you created and was saddened to see that william monroe kimble Sr is listed as Jr. could you please update his posting? thank you so much on behalf of his granddaughter jennifer shores (kimble)
|jim thompson||RE: James Juniel|
Just read the memorial page for this man, do you have any idea who Jane Wade is or where the Juniel family cemetery is located in Bearden?
|Steve Cole||RE: Dr. Joseph D. Holt (1835-1901)|
I have been very careful to ensure that I'm not getting records from one soldier mixed up with another one. That Conf Vet magazine seems to have gotten records of the brothers mixed together. However, I found the same error in one of the NARA cards that said Joseph Holt was in Buckner Battery; it was Henry Holt, instead.
I will be glad to share what I have found. We need to link all these families back to their father, Archibald M. Holt, physician, buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Coffee Cty, TENN.
|Steve Cole||Dr. Joseph D. Holt (1835-1901)|
I read you short Bio memorial on Joseph D. Holt buried at Bastrop Cty TX. I have been researching his brother's Civil War service, which lead me to look briefly at another brother, Dr. Geo M. Holt and also at Joseph D. Holt. I think some of your info may be incorrect and you read info from another soldier. Even one of the NARA service records is incorrect as it has Henry Holt's info filed under Joseph Holt. I would like to compare notes on the two Doctor Holt brothers.
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