|Claudette Brown (#47139398)|
| || member for 7 years, 7 months, 13 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
|Messages left for Claudette Brown (10)||[Leave Message]|
|herb williams||Thomas William Brown|
Thomas William Brown
22 June 1904, Woolum, Searcy, Ark.
01 April 1974, Harrison, Boone, Ark.
Married 22 Oct 1938, Ozark, Missouri
Juanita Maxine Norris
Daughter of Silas Benjamin Norris
and Bertha Gertrude Jackson
12 April 1917, Denver, Carroll, Ark.
2010, Boone Co. , Ark. (?)
Juanita married second on 4 December 1976
to Clay E. Buell (died 1988)
|Water Man IV||Mary Bankston Nickell|
Correction: 15 Mar 1918
|Water Man IV||RE: Mary F Nickell|
Two and a half years later, I finally found some credible evidence regarding Tony Nickell (Nichols) wife's maiden name. Family Search provided a copy of the marriage license for "Toney" Nickell and Mary Bankston. They were married 18 Mar 1918.
|Water Man IV||RE: Mary F Nickell|
Thank you for the contacts. I will see what info I can get through these sources. Also, if I find anything about Israel Brown, I will share that also. Jim
|Water Man IV||Mary F Nickell|
You left a great question for Laurie Nichols Carrell last June. What was the maiden name of Mary F Nickell (wife of Tony Nickell)? Was it Bankston, Hoppis or Greggs. I didn't find Laurie's response. My relationship is through Tony's brother Russell Dee Nichols. Would you share with me Laurie's answer for the maiden name? Russell's daughter says it was Greggs. Thank you, Jim
My grandfather was Clarence Lee Campbell, Mary Ann "Annie" Bowman's son. I'm thrilled to finally find her side of the family. You wouldn't by chance have any photos of her or her husband Allen? There is no one left in the family that I can find out any info from.
I really enjoyed seeing your photo of the Nickell sisters. My gg-grandfather Silas K. Nickell was their brother. I have never seen a photo of him so it was neat to at least see his sisters :)
The Stigler library has some microfilm I'm going to go look through to see if I can find an obituary or news article. The lady I talked to said that if he is buried without a headstone or with just a field stone, there isn't going to be a record of his burial. Not many records were kept back then. But, we may be able to find which cemetery, at least.
The Muskogee library also has a wonderful genealogy & news archive area. I'm heading up there on Saturday. They have books with news articles in them, so maybe I'll have better luck there. C.W. "Dub" West has written a lot of books about this area, and I have a few of them. I'll be checking those, along with Ted Byron Hall's book about Haskell County.
I'm going to do my best to help you find him!
Added by Cookie on Sep 24, 2009 1:58 PM
I'm sorry this wasn't your I.M. Brown. I wish you the best of luck in finding him. I've checked the Haskell County records that are online and didn't come up with anything. If I ever do find him, I'll let you know!
Added by Cookie on Sep 23, 2009 12:29 PM
|Robert Fickies||Thomason Relations|
Hello cousin Claudette, and welcome to Find-a-Grave.
It seems we share the same great-great grandfather, Young Zemeriah Thomason. His daughter Clara, (Hayes' sister) was my ancestor. She married into the Franklin clan in Arkansas.
I think that family photo appears in the Boone County Arkansas History Book. Do you live in that part of the country??
I would certainly like to share any family history information with you.. also, if you need any help working with Find-a-Grave, let me know....
|[View all messages...]|