|Robert W Morris (#47112483)|
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My name is Bob Morris. I'm retired from Walmart Logistics and living in Benton County, Arkansas. So there is now more time for Grandparenting, family genealogy, Razorbacks, Dallas Cowboys, and reading.|
I was born in Clarksville, Johnson, AR., where both of my parents graduated from the College of the Ozarks and my Father is in the Sports Hall of Fame. My Morris / Hevron Grandparents lived on Bean St in Clarksville, and my Gammill / King Grandparents lived on Montgomery St. On my Mother's side we are related to surnames Gammill, King, Morgan, Patterson, O'Neal, Taylor, Trout, and others. These families lived mainly in Red Lick, King, Spadra, and Horse Head Townships.
My wife, Lisa, is from Harper, Kansas. Her family surnames include Helsby, Evans, Pearl, Berg, Goss, Holden, Allen, and others.
I would be happy to transfer any relative that is more closely related to you than to me. Also I welcome corrections or suggestions for improvement. If you want any photos that I have uploaded, I can probably email you a higher resolution copy than what you would copy from Find A Grave.
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You'll probably get notification that I've uploaded pics of Mary E Dyer and J E Dyer.
I can't swear to it because I didn't think to inspect the stone when there, but J E Dyer looks like J F Dyer on the inscription, even when I look at the large file close up.
Next time I'm in the cemetery, I'll try to look closer and see if I can determine for sure.
|Betty Atkinson||Freddy Cobb|
can you possibly connect him to his parents? It looks like the record was uploaded from Veterans Affairs... but I figured out who his family is.
|bailey||King and New King Cemeteries|
These two cemeteries are duplicates. Perhaps you would like to transfer your pictures to the Links in the New king to King. According to the rules of Find A Grave the first entry gets the credit. The duplicates may be deleted.
Also, regarding Spadra Cemetery. It was not washed into a River. That was Knoxville Bend Cemetery. I have relatives in both. My family was lived in Clarksville, Ark and the surrounding area for about 128 years. In November of 2009, I went to Spadra Cemetery and took pictures of all the markers that were there. Spadra cemetery has a stack of broken headstones behind the cemetery. This cemetery has been cleaned up, and new burials are being added. My uncle at one time was in charge of this cemetery and it was full in the early 1960's. All the old markers are gone, and new plots are being added.
Added by bailey on Apr 24, 2011 5:23 AM
|Carmen (Mildenberger) Adams||RE: Mary Walters Hevron|
Transfer is now complete. Sorry about the wait.
Have a great day
|GLENN||CORRIGAN GRAVES IN L.I.N.C.|
I got the picture you requested for the Corrigans in L.I.N.C.
Thomas is buried with his wife Hazel F.
Agnes is buried with her husband Francis Henry.
Both the spouses have existing memorials and I've added a picture for both.
Have a good one...
Added by GLENN on Aug 15, 2010 3:07 PM
|WDMartin||Photos of Blackburn Sites @ Lee Cemetery|
I've added photos of the memorials for Ephraim and Livenia Blackburn. Unfortunately, the cemetery is not well manicured in the summer, so I couldn't get very good pictures. If I make back to Clarksville in the winter months, I may try to take better pictures.
Added by WDMartin on Aug 13, 2010 7:06 AM
|dcvolts||Your Orville Morgan photo request|
I have the photo for your Orville Morgan photo request, but time ran out before I could upload it. The system will not allow me to re-claim the photo request because of the time lapse. If you would remove your photo request and then re-submit it, then I can claim it and upload the photo. Please add a note to your photo request that Doug Vaughn already has the photo.
Added by dcvolts on Jul 02, 2010 3:25 PM
|Bea Smith Daniel||RE: Laster in Lone Pine?|
Robert, I don't think they would be in Lone Pine.1880 they lived in Spadra. In 1900 Sarah, about 80 years of age, was living with Seth in the Spadra area. There was the old Spadra cemetery that washed of in the river at Spadra. They may have been there.
|Linda Mathews||RE: Thanks|
You are very welcome!
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