|Robert Whitehead (#47233730)|
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"Through the travail of ages, midst the pomp and toils of war, have I fought and strove and perished countless times upon a star.|
As if through a glass, and darkly the age-old strife I see...where I fought in many guises, many names...but always me."
Irwin Whitehead came to Claiborne Parish, Louisiana in about 1848 from Dale County, Alabama. About 1858 Irwin and family moved to Columbia County, Arkansas.
Nathaniel Nations, a veteran of the War of 1812 was in Hempstead County, Arkansas in the 1840'S.
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|Lynette||Wm Frank Jester 48699786|
His father was John T. Jester. Probably one of the unmarked graves at Forest Grove.
Added by Lynette on May 29, 2017 8:11 AM
|CJ||RE: Henry / Dora Furlow|
Thanks for letting me know! They look great. CJ
Added by CJ on Apr 20, 2017 1:24 PM
Thanks for the marker photos for Dora and Henry Furlow, related on Kea side of the family. :D
Added by CJ on Apr 01, 2017 3:34 PM
|Lenore Akerson||Parents of William Thompson Brister|
My records show the parents of William Thomspon Brister (180-1856)to be Samuel Brister and Rosannah Nolan.
Thompson Brister and Susannah or Susan Mitchell did have a son named William, tho, and he was married 24 Feb 1821 to Sarah Jordan (Jourdan).
Would like to know what others have as I want my records to be correct.
Lenore Akerson email@example.com
|sparkcat (kathyk)||your bio|
I read your bio. and see that you lived in Dale County, Alabama (I am living there, Ozark!), and lived in Webster parish (Springhill, Sarepta area) for 20 years before coming to Ozark....! feels like you are a neighbor...
|sparkcat (kathyk)||Naomi Wright|
thank you for taking a picture of our relative's stone.
|Wylie Blackwell||James Drew McLaren|
Thanks so very much for the photos!!
|Kathryn Benson||Mont Don Pearson|
Thank you very much!
|arrowkeeper||RE: James Jones|
You are very welcome.
|Don Ort||MARY S. NORWOOD HEADSTONE PHOTO|
Robert, thank you so much for the photo of Mary Norwood's headstone. I really appreciate it. Have a great day.
Added by Don Ort on Oct 21, 2016 1:55 PM
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