|Birth: ||Jun. 3, 1896, USA|
|Death: ||Apr. 9, 1973|
He was a veteran of World War I. He was a victim of epidemic influenza with several soldiers on
the ship while on a sea enroute to Europe. The story had been told that some soldiers becoming
ill with flu were moved to the top deck of a ship ready to be buried in the sea when they die. Ceaf
was one of the among sick soldiers, and was ready to be thrown overboard if he dies, but he
survived. He returned with the healthy soldiers ready for the war in Europe.
He was probably named after a former neighbor and a county sheriff, Seaf Parker.
Marriage 1 Pansy Oliva PEMBERTON b: 2 MAR 1900 in Boone Co., AR, USA
Married: 23 FEB 1919 in Boone Co., AR, USA
Josephine Mae ARNOLD b: 21 NOV 1919 in Boone Co., AR, USA
Joe Millard ARNOLD b: 3 SEP 1921 in Boone Co., AR, USA
Enlow Ceaf ARNOLD b: 19 JAN 1923 in Boone Co., AR, USA
Wanda Faye ARNOLD b: 15 DEC 1924 in Boone Co., AR, USA
Don Franklin ARNOLD b: 30 OCT 1932 in Boone Co., AR, USA
Thanks Carol for this information
Pansy Oliva Pemberton Arnold (1900 - 1997)
Josephine Mae Arnold (1919 - 1934)*
Enlow Ceaf Arnold (1923 - 2004)*
Created by: Bobby and Carol Babin E...
Record added: Jul 05, 2010
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