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Sarah Ellen Reynolds Nelson
Birth: Nov. 28, 1883
Conway County
Arkansas, USA
Death: Aug. 18, 1978
Saline County
Arkansas, USA

Grandma was the oldest child of H.E. Reynolds and Francis America Strickland. She and James Fielding Nelson were married just 18 years when he died. She did not remarry and that forced her children to go to work to put food on the table. But in my father's diary that he wrote one year, he always mentioned how she was feeling and seemed to cater to her.
She lived through an amazing time in America's history. She went from covered wagons to men walking on the moon. She lived through the industrial revolution and thousands of inventions.
She always told me she loved me, hugged me which my family did not do. She is very dear to my heart and I miss her very much. She lived a long life.
Family links: 
  Harmon Erastus Reynolds (1862 - 1940)
  Francis America Strickland Reynolds (1866 - 1934)
  James Fielding Nelson (1878 - 1918)
  Charles E. Nelson (1904 - 1969)*
  Sarah Bessie Nelson Bennett (1905 - 1944)*
  Lillian Anna Nelson Rogers (1907 - 2007)*
  James Curie Nelson (1909 - 1979)*
*Calculated relationship
Nelson Cemetery
Hickory Station
Montgomery County
Arkansas, USA
Plot: Sec. B - Row 4 - Plot 15
Maintained by: Angie Knott
Originally Created by: Jean Hemund
Record added: Jul 08, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 28119671
Sarah Ellen <i>Reynolds</i> Nelson
Added by: Angie Knott
Sarah Ellen <i>Reynolds</i> Nelson
Added by: Angie Knott
Sarah Ellen <i>Reynolds</i> Nelson
Added by: Angie Knott
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I miss you Grandma.
- Angie Knott
 Added: Apr. 12, 2010
My Grandmother.
- Angie Knott
 Added: Apr. 12, 2010
Hi Grandma. Sorry I have not been able to visit. Times are tough right now. I will come to visit as soon as I can. I love you and miss you so much. I miss your cookies and working puzzles. I found some of your post cards in Daddy's things when Mama died. ...(Read more)
- Anjus
 Added: Sep. 2, 2008
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