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Spokane Lady Owls win Junior High title.
Spokane Lady Owls win Junior High title.
Picture of Spokane Lady Owls winning the Southwest Central League over Clever 37-27 on October 29, 2013. Team was 15-1 overall and 8-0 in their conference.
 
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State Census of North Carolina 1784-1787
State Census of North Carolina 1784-1787
--John Sensing--white males 21-60: 1, white females all ages: 1, Total persons: 2.
--Peter Sensing--white males 21-60: 1, white males under 21 & above 60: 4; white females all ages: 4. Total persons: 9.
--James Sensing--white males 21-60: 1, white females all ages: 2, Total persons: 3
--Charles Sensing--white males 21-60: 1, white males under 21 & above 60: 3, white females all ages: 9. Total persons: 9
 
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Summit Man Victim of Paralytic Stroke
Summit Man Victim of Paralytic Stroke
On Wednesday afternoon of last week, Mr. Corb Jones of Summit was called to the home of Neal Dodd in the north part of this county to treat a mule that had been kicked. In company with Dr. Adams who had a call into the same community, Mr. Jones went to the farm and worked with the mule for some time. Late in the evening Dr. Adams came by for him to come home and was informed that Mr. Jones was almost through with his work. In just a few minutes parties who were working with Mr. Jones called Dr. Adams to come to him, as something seemed to be wrong with him. Dr. Adams said when he reached him, he was sitting on the mule, which had been thrown, and had been sewing up an incision. He said he notice immediately that he seemed in a daze and told him he was getting too hot, but receiving no response, he went to him and realized that he had suffered a stroke of paralysis. He was removed to his home at Summit and everything possible was done for him, but he passed away about midnight Friday without ever regaining consciousness. Mr. Jones was born March 30, 1880, near Peel, and lived in that community until he moved to Summit something like twenty years ago. On March 19, 1904, he was united in marriage with Miss Roberta Smith also of Peel. To this union three children was born, Rex of Yellville, Mrs. Clovis Smith of Nevada, Mo., and Mrs. Ray Keech of Springfield, Mo., all of whom were at his bedside when the end came. He was a consistent member of the Christian church, of which he had been a member for several years. He was well-known throughout the entire county and numbered his friends only by his acquaintances, always being found on the side of right, as he saw it, and willing to do his part toward the advancement of schools and churches in his community. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Methodist Church in Yellville, conducted by Rev. J. E. Chase of Branson, Mo. [Source: Mountain Echo, Yellville, Arkansas]
 
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Tax Records for Greene County, Georgia, Captain Elijah Anderson District No. 163
Tax Records for Greene County, Georgia, Captain Elijah Anderson District No. 163
Taxes for Malichi Penny.
 
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Tax Records for Greene County, Georgia, Captain Elkanah Talley's District No. 163
Tax Records for Greene County, Georgia, Captain Elkanah Talley's District No. 163
Taxes for Malichi Penny
 
1056
Teaching Assignment for Mary Fee
Teaching Assignment for Mary Fee
The directors of this district met and selected their teachers for the next school year. The following teachers to-wit: F. C. Rose, Principal; H. H. Poynter, 1st assistant; Mary Fee, Primary teacher. There will be a four months school beginning the 1st Monday in September. Let all the patrons and teachers work in harmony and have a profitable school year.
 
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Testimonial of Healthfulness
Testimonial of Healthfulness
As a walking testimonial of the healthfulness of Marion county, conducive to long life, Uncle Henderson Fee, now 87 years old and who has lived here over 50 years, makes a regular hand in his farm work and walks one and a half miles to town almost everyday to get his mail.
 
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Texas Ranger Private James Truett Cadenhead
Texas Ranger Private James Truett Cadenhead
Name & Rank: Private James Caddenhead
Commanding Officer: Captain H. B. Stephens
Organization: Rangers
Enlistment Date: August 2, 1838
Discharged: September 15, 1838
Source: Ranger Muster Roll
 
1059
The Ladybug
The Ladybug
Flowers and accessories are a very important element in your home They provide the finishing touches that pull your interior together or add subtle changes. Our designer, Sue Rowland, has had many years of specialized experience bringing together the perfect arrangements of silk flowers and accessories for every room in your home....
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
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Triple Funeral Today. Retta Coker, Grace Coker and Joseph C. Coker, Influenza Victims, Were Buried in One Grave.
Triple Funeral Today. Retta Coker, Grace Coker and Joseph C. Coker, Influenza Victims, Were Buried in One Grave.
Last evening's issue of the Nowata Star tells of three deaths in the Coker family in that town and of the burial of four bodies there this afternoon. The Star says: Mrs. Retta Melinda Coker, aged 25 years, the wife of the late Joseph C. Coker, and Mrs. Grace G. Coker, age 19 years, the wife of Samuel Coker, died of pneumonia following Spanish influenza at 5:05 and 5:25 o'clock Sunday morning at the Coker home on East Cherokee street. The bodies were taken to the St. Clair undertaking parlors where they were prepared for burial and placed in the undertaking parlors by the side of Joseph C. Coker, who died Thursday and Bernard Wilson Coker, who died late Saturday afternoon. All four were victims of the epidemic of Spanish influenza which is sweeping the city. Mrs. Retta Melinda Coker, formerly Miss Retta Melinda Carter of Green[e] County, Missouri, was married to Joseph C. Coker in July, 1912. Of the union three children were born, Melba Louise, age 5 years: J. C. Jr., age 4 years; and Bernard Wilson Coker, age 15 months, the latter having passed away. Mrs. Grace G. Coker was 19 years of age and was born in South Dakota. Her maiden name was Miss Grace G. Trude and she became the wife of Samuel Coker on May 9, 1917. Both of the ladies had a multitude of friends in this city and in different parts of the county who were shocked by the news of their untimely death. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Coker, Bernard Wilson Coker and Mrs. Samuel Coker will be buried Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Coker cemetery. Rev. Wm. Barr will conduct the funeral services which will be held at the cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Coker, and their son will be buried in one grave and Mrs. Samuel Coker in an adjoining grave.
 
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Uncle Henderson Fee Votes for State-wide Prohibition
Uncle Henderson Fee Votes for State-wide Prohibition
Uncle Henderson Fee, who is over 91 year old, says he wants to be at the election next Monday to vote for State-wide prohibition. He is in very feeble health. He was one of the first men to oppose saloons in Yellville, and says it is now time to drive them from the State.
 
1063
Unexpected results when well drilled on Homer Wallace farm
Unexpected results when well drilled on Homer Wallace farm
Mountain Home, Dec. 27.--While drilling a well on the Homer Wallace place at Three Brothers, Monday, Jim Martin sent his drill into a heavy run of lead ore at the 120-foot level. The vein of ore continued to a depth of 129 feet, where drilling stopped. Pieces of lead as large as wheat kernels came up with the cuttings on the drill.
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
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V-E Day congratulations to the Men and Women of the Eighth Air Force
V-E Day congratulations to the Men and Women of the Eighth Air Force
Among the 185,000 men and women of the Eighth Air Force congratulated on V-E Day by Lt. Gen. James H. Doolittle was SGT. COLVIN L. SAMMONS of Wilmot. "I wish to extend my personal congratulations and heartfelt appreciation to every one of you for the magnificent job you have done," General Doolittle said in a message to all personnel. "Each of you," he continued, "may be proud of your part in the defeat of Germany. I am proud of you. The world is proud of you." The eighth dropped an average of a ton of bombs every minute of the last 12 months.
 
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Verluna May Dowell
Verluna May Dowell
Mrs. John P. Smith was born April 22, 1849; departed this life at 12:30 a.m., June 17, 1924. She leaves an aged husband and five children, Mrs. J. H. Dowell of Lead Hill. Mrs. C. W. Lawhon of Zinc, Morgan and Barton Smith of Peel, Mrs. Corb Jones, Summit; one son, Burl, having preceded her to the grave four years ago. She was laid to rest in the Peel Cemetery. The large and sorrowful crowd present denoted the love and respect her neighbors had for her. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Ed Farmer. She had been a faithful member of the Christian church for 38 years. Mother, we miss you so much your place can never be filled, and we all hope to meet you in the great beyond, where sad parting comes no more. Mrs. Corb [Roberta Elizabeth (Smith) Jones.
 
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Visit to Yellville
Visit to Yellville
Mr. H. D. Jobe of near Lead Hill, who is 75 years old, was transacting business in Yellville Monday. He was accompanied by his wife who is 65 years old. Mrs. [Redessa Trimble] Jobe lost her eyesight when she was but 13 years old, by a severe attack of neuralgia, but, notwithstanding this affliction, she has always maintained a sunny, cheerful disposition and made those around her feel happy. It is always pleasant to meet those grand old people.
 
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Visit with Henderson Fee
Visit with Henderson Fee
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Chappelle have been spending several days with Mrs. Chappelle's father, Uncle Henderson Fee, who has been in rather poor health for some time.
 
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Visit with Henderson Fee
Visit with Henderson Fee
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Chappelle of Peel were visiting Mrs. Chappelle's father, Uncle Henderson Fee, near Yellville recently. Uncle Henderson is in quite good health for a man nearing his 94th birthday.
 
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W. L. Pugh, Prominent Merchant of Jones is Injured in Fall: Is now at clinic in Monroe for treatment to injuries received Saturday.
W. L. Pugh, Prominent Merchant of Jones is Injured in Fall: Is now at clinic in Monroe for treatment to injuries received Saturday.
W. L. Pugh, prominent merchant of Jones and member of the Morehouse parish police jury, was removed by ambulance from his home Wednesday afternoon to the clinic at Monroe for treatment of an injury received last Saturday when he was thrown off his horse. He struck a stump in the fall, causing an injury to his back which has produced considerable pain. Yesterday, when it appeared that the injury was nor mending as expected, J. T. Austin, who was with Mr. Pugh when he was injured, arranged for an ambulance to take him to the hospital at Monroe. X-rays were made yesterday afternoon, and it was found that he is suffering from contusions of the back ad hips, but that there are nno fractured bones. Mr. Pugh and Mr. Austin were bird hunting near Joes and the mishap occurred when the former's horse became tangled in a barbed wire fence. The horse was reeling and the rider fell off when the girt broke. Mr. Austin left his Negro chauffeur with the injured man while he rode to Jones and procured a truck and cot. It was necessary to carry Mr. Pugh about a half a mile to his home and be placed under a physician's treatment.
 
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Wallace focused after signing with Lyon College
Wallace focused after signing with Lyon College
Article about Casey Wallace signing to play basketball at Lyon College, Batesville, Arkansas. Lyon competes in the NAIA's American Midwest Conference. Also includes a picture of Casey and her family.
 
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Wallace is Missouri's new 3-point shooting queen
Wallace is Missouri's new 3-point shooting queen
Article about Casey breaking the 3-point shooting record for Missouri high-school girls basketball at the Gainesville-Spokane basketball game. Picture of Casey in front of a banner her school pals created to honor her.
 
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Wallace, Flight soar this summer
Wallace, Flight soar this summer
Article about Casey's basketball team "MO Flight" winning the MAYB National tournament in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, July 31-August 2, 2015.
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
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Warning Order and Notice of Confirmation of Title.
Warning Order and Notice of Confirmation of Title.
J. H. Wallace, Plaintiff vs. Frances Shoemaker, A. L. Hampton, Lou F. Hampton, et. al. The defendants are warned to appear in the Marion Chancery Court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, J. H. Wallace, and notice is hereby given that there has been filed in my office as clerk of the Chancery Court, a petition for the reformation of certain deeds and for confirmation of the title to the [following described property], containing in the aggregate 1424 and 85/100 acres more or less, and the quieting of the title to the same in J. H. Wallace, petitioner therein, All persons claiming said lands or any interest therein are hereby warned to appear in the Marion Chancery Court on the first day of its next term and show cause why the title to said lands should not be confirmed is said, J. H. Wallace. Witness my hand as clerk of the Marion Chancery Court and the seal thereof this 10th day of February 1922. Gus Butler, Clerk. J. C. Floyd, Atty for Plaintiff.
 
1077
Was Merely Saving Time
Was Merely Saving Time
Mr. Homer Wallace who owns the Hampton farm on White river in township, spent a few hours in Yellville, Thursday of last week. He came by his old home near the Three Brothers, where he spent Wednesday night, and drove to Cotter in time to catch the north bound train, leaving his car at Cotter. Mr. Wallace said that soon after he bought his car, and before he became thoroughly acquainted with it, he took his wife and children for a drive through his pasture, and got along first rate until he returned to the barnyard gate and when he went to stop he made a mistake and put his foot on the gas, and his Lizzie jumped through the gate, and that as soon as he got it stopped, Mrs. Wallace and children got out. He said he tried to explain to Mrs. Wallace that it was only to save time that he opened the gate with his car, but that she persisted in having her own way about the matter. But aside from this Mr. Wallace is one of the best farmers and stock men in the country. He has 85 head of cattle, and feeding a car load of young heifers which he will put on the market about the middle of December. He says he has been dealing in stock for the past twenty years and at times he has lost money on cattle, but has never lost a dollar on hogs. He says this is a great country for hogs as alfalfa and clover, either or which is good hog pasture, grow to perfection here, and if our people would only turn their attention to hog raising, they would prosper as they have never prospered before.
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
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Will for John Foster
Will for John Foster
Will of John Foster written January 28 1719, p 192. Whole estate to be divided between wife, Elizabeth and sons, William and John Jr. Friend Ralph Corbin, trustee to see that my son William has 3 years schooling. My wife is executor. Witnessed by Ralph Corbin, Simon Smith and Robert Corbin.
 
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Will of Charles Sansing, Henry County, Georgia
Will of Charles Sansing, Henry County, Georgia
Henry Co, GA - Will of Charles Sansing: "Know all men by these present that I Charles Sansing of the County & State of Georgia calling to mind the mortality of mankind do make ordain constitute and declare this my last will and testament in the following manner viz:

First - I command my soul to almighty God who gave it me and my body to buried at the descretion of my executors.
Secondly - I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife May a full and sufficient support during her natural life to be given her by my executors as she may think proper to demand of them.
Thirdly - I give and bequeath unto my son Benjamin after his mother hath (May aforesaid) a Negro woman named Sarah and her two children Eady and Sam with their increase.
Fourthly - I give and bequeath unto my son Francis a Negro girl named Mary with her increase also one lot of land lying and being in that Second District of Henry County and state aforesaid, known and distinquished by No. one hundred and four containing an estimative two hundred and one half acres.
Fifthly - I give and bequeath unto my son James fifty dollars.
Sixthly - I give and bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth one Negro girl by the name of Mariah a daughter of said Sarah given to Benjamin, one feather bed and furniture (the rest faded and unreadable pertaining to more items bequeathed).
Seventhly - I give and bequeath to my daughter Phoebe fifty dollars.
Eighthly - I give and bequeath unto my daughter Piety fifty dollars.
Ninthly - I give and bequeath unto my daughter Charity fifty dollars.
Tenthly - I give and bequeath unto my daughter Margaret fifty dollars.
Eleventh - my will and desire that all the balance of my estate of cattle I hope be equally divided between Benjamin, Francis and Elizabeth all my corn fields and fodder and also my house hold and kitchen furniture - in like manner.
Twelthly - my will and desire that my Negro girl by the name of Gilry be sold for the purpose of payment of the above mentioned two hundred and fifty dollars to my son James and my four daughters Phobe, Piety, Charity and Margaret.
Thirteenth - and lastly I appoint my sons Benjamin and Francis my executors to execute this my last will and testament I the said Charles Sansing to hereby declare that my last will and testament forever revoking and annulling all other heretofore made in testimony whereof I the said Charles have here unto set my hand and affixed my seal the 20th day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred twenty-six.

Signed with his mark and witnessed by Wm. Adair and Elijah Baily." Written on the bottom of the will - died Nov. 1831.
 
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Will of Christian Pearson, dated 14 May 1819
Will of Christian Pearson, dated 14 May 1819
Will lists Christian Pearson's sons and daughters as Michael Pearson, Betsy Jones, Polly Shanks, George Pearson, Christian Pearson, Caty Begley, Lawrance Pearson, John Pearson, Henry Pearson, Sally Pearson, Peggy Nash and Sussie Pearson ...I do hereby appoint my sons Lawrance Pearson & Henry Pearson Exec's of this my last will and testament.
 
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Will of John J[Jefferson] Jones
Will of John J[Jefferson] Jones
State of George, Cherokee County.
Last will and testament of John J. Jones, deceased, written 3 August 1898. Item one. I give to my beloved wife Fannie Jones the following property to wit: a portion of lot of land number in the twenty third district and second section of said county free from all charges or limitations for her own use, benefit and behoof to be given in lieu of dower and when she dies said premises to go to my heirs. Item two. I give to my granddaughter Elizabeth Jones for and during her natural life a portion of lot number 236 in the twenty-first district and second section of said county and state and if the said Elizabeth Jones should die without any heirs then the said premises is to go to Travis Jones and his heirs for his or their own proper use, benefit, and behoof. Item three. I give to my son C. G. Jones the following property for the term of twenty years after my death to wit: all of land lot number 237 and a portion of lot number 236 in the twenty-third district and second section of said county to hold the land in trust for the above specified time and after the expiration of twenty years the proceeds to the premises made to C. G. Jones is to be distributed between my lawful heirs and their children. Iten four. I give to my granddaughters of C. G. Jones, Almer Jones, and Oney Jones to wit: one sorrel mare to have and hold in trust for their benefit and behoof. Item five. I do hereby appoint C. G. Jones executor of this my last and testament this the 3rd day of August 1898. Signed: John J. (x) Jones. Signed in the presence of James H. Bennett - T.R. Bollins - A.G. Collins Jr. Order admitting will to record in common form April term 1899. Recorded 12 Apr 1899. A.C. Conn Ordinary.
 
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Will of Joseph Thompson
Will of Joseph Thompson
[p 310] Joseph Thompsons Will. In the name of God Amen. I Joseph Thompson of the county of Rutherford and state of Tennessee being of sound mind and memory, calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing it was appointed for all men once to die do make this my last will and testament. First of all, I recommend my soul into the hands of God who gave it and my body to be buried in a decent Christian like manner at the discretion of my friends.

With regard to the property, it has pleased God to bless me with it is my will it shall be disposed of in the following manner after all my Just Debts are paid. I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Isabela the house wherein I now live with Eight acres of the improved land also a lot joining the house with as much of the household furniture as she may think she will need during her natural life also one negro girl named Mill with one brown filly known by the name of Elizabeth’s filly out of my stock of cattle two of her own choice, the above named property she is to hold during her natural life, at her death it is to be sold and disposed of in the manner hereafter mentioned.

Item 2nd I give and bequeath to my son John the plantation whereon I now live supposed to contain one hundred and sixty acres with two hundred dollars in money to be paid when made out of my property.

Item 3rd To my four grandchildren, viz. William McCombs, Rosanah McCombs, Jane Thompson and Mary Thompson to the above-named children I give and bequeath one hundred dollars to each. I also give and bequeath to Elizabeth Kelly’s son Samuel one hundred dollars. The balance of my property not mentioned in this will consisting of Negroes, horses, cattle, household and kitchen furniture, to be sold on a credit of twelve months, except my manual tools I give to my son John. The money [p 311] arising from the sale of my property I wish to be equally divided between my two daughters Ann Thompson and Isabela McCracken, except Elizabeth Kelly should recover from her present sickness. If so I wish her to have an equal share with the two last mentioned.

My farming tools I give to my wife Isabela. At her death all the property willed to her I wish to be sold and the money equally divided among my two daughters above named except one hundred dollars I will and bequeath to Jane Allen and I do hereby appoint Joseph McCracken and Robert Thompson. Executors to this my last will testament in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 9th December 1826. Joseph Thompson X his mark (Seal)

The above was acknowledged by the testator and signed in presence of Jonathan Rucker and James S. Armstrong.

State of Tennessee)
Rutherford County)
County Court - January Term 1827 - The execution of the foregoing will of Joseph Thompson dec'd was duly proven by the oath of James S. Armstrong and Jonathan Rucker, subscribing witnesses thereto, and ordered to be recorded & C. John R. Laughlin, Clerk.
 
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Will of William Martin Castleberry
Will of William Martin Castleberry
I, William Castleberry of the County of Hopkins in the State of Kentucky, being of sound mind and memory do make this my last Will and Testament hereby revolking all other or former Wills or Testaments by me made in Manner and form following that is to say.

To first I give my wife Keziah Castleberry during her life or Widowhood the plantation whereon I now reside to decend to my Son Christopher N. Castleberry.
2nd. I give to Rachel Nations and Betsy Louisa Cornahan one heiffer each.
3rd. After my just debts and funeral expenses are paid I give to my wife all my household and kitchen furniture and farming utensils and stock of every description except what is herein otherwise disposed of
4th. My Will is that my still and bay horse be sold and the money be disposed of for the benefit of my Son Chrisopner N. Castleberry.
5th. My Childred to wit Fleming, Martin, James, Nathan and David Castleberry, Anna Harris, Betsy Howton, Darcas Howton I leave nothing of my present estate, they having heretofore received their portion.
6th. If my wife should at my decease and the issue live my Will is that the bequest left to my Son C. N. Castleberry be equally divided between him and it.

And lastly I appoint Christopher Jackson and my Son Nathan Castleberry Executors of this my Last Will and Testament. Witness my hand and seal this the 15th day of September 1835. William Castleberry making his mark.
 
1085
William Shepard Foster to Thomas Smith, both of Craven Co, North Carolina, the sale of 200 acres in Accomack County, Virginia.
William Shepard Foster to Thomas Smith, both of Craven Co, North Carolina, the sale of 200 acres in Accomack County, Virginia.
I, William Shephard Foster, planter, Craven County, for and in consideration of the sum of 250 pounds to me in hand paid by Thomas Smith of the same county, have sold to Smith a tract of land containing 200 acres, and lying in Accomack County in the colony of Virginia on the south side of a beaver dam belonging to a branch of Crooked Creek & bound Northerly by the said dam & branch Westerly by line of marked trees of the land that was formerly RATLEFFS and now belongs to Mr. Samuel Sanford which said line of marked trees are drawn from the fork of said branch South by West three hundred forty and four poles unto a corner tree thence bounded for the Southern bounds by a line of marked trees drawn Southeast by South seven degrees Easterly one hundred forty and two poles unto a corner tree thence for the Eastern bounds by a line of marked trees drawn South by East three hundred and eighty pole unto the said beaver dam branch. Wit: Nathan Smith, Thomas Ridgon Smith. Acknowledged 2 Apr 1743. N. Routledge, Deputy Registrar.
 
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Witness of Hiram Wolf's Homestead Entry No 26760
Witness of Hiram Wolf's Homestead Entry No 26760
At the Land Office at Springfield, MO, Hiram Wolf of Longrun, MO, filed a notice of his intention to make final five-year proof in support of his claim, viz: Homestead entry No. 26760 made 4 Aug 1900, and that said proof will be made before the Clerk of Circuit Court at Gainesville, Mo, on Tuesday, 29 Oct 1907. He named the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Hiram Hart, Fletcher Gray and Harve Robirds of Longrun, MO, and Homer Wallace of Theodosia, MO. C. N. VanHosen, Register.
 
1087
Woman Hurt When Struck on Head with Gun
Woman Hurt When Struck on Head with Gun
Lead Hill, June 15.--In and altercation yesterday over the felling of timber on the Roy Hollingshead farm, near Peel, Mrs. Clyde Yocham was hit on the head with the butt of a gun by Mr. Hollingshead, and she is in a very critical condition. No arrests have been made, but some action will probably be taken tomorrow. At the time of the trouble, Clyde Yocham, husband of the injured woman, was away from home. It is said the trouble arose over the felling of timber by Mr. Hollingshead, the trees falling across a road used by the Yochams. While he was at work Mrs. Yocham, it is said, came down and protested, and said if he didn't stop, she would make him. Later, it is said, she returned with an axe and started to put her threat into execution. It was then that Hollingshead knocked her down with the gun. Hollingshead, it is said, explained his possession of the gun at the time, by stating that he was going squirrel hunting. Mrs. Yocham has been unconsious most of the time since she was struck down. Mr. Yocham and Mr. Hollingshead live on adjoining farms. It is said the families had had no previous trouble.
 
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Women In Military Service For America Memorial
Women In Military Service For America Memorial
Charter member in the Women in Military Service for America Memorial Foundation. Membership #280647.
 
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World War I draft registration card for James Allen Yocham
World War I draft registration card for James Allen Yocham
Serial Number: 886, C3-2-15, Order Number: A334
James Allen Yocham, Peel, Marion Co, Arkansas
Age: 42, d.o.b. 26 Sep 1876 [should be 1874]
Occupation: farming, Peel, Arkansas
Nearest Relative: Edna Yocham, Peel, Arkansas
Signed: James Allen Yocham
Description: Tall, Slender, blue eyes and dark hair
Date of Registration: 12 Sep 1918
Registrar: V.E. Risley
Local Board, Marion County, Yellville, Arkansas
 
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World War I Draft Registration for Isaac Jack Shaw
World War I Draft Registration for Isaac Jack Shaw
Front side of the registration form.
 
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World War I draft registration, for Isaac J. Shaw
World War I draft registration, for Isaac J. Shaw
Back side of registration form.
 
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World War II Draft Card for Isaac Jack Shaw
World War II Draft Card for Isaac Jack Shaw
D.S.S. Form 1. Serial No. U2167, Isaac Jack Snow.
Place of residence: 431 Lee, St. Joseph, Buchanan, MO
Age: 49; Date & Place of Birth: 27 Dec 1892, Pontiac, MO
Person for Notification: Mrs. Lola C. Shaw, 431 Lee, St. Joseph, MO (wife)
Employer: Armour & Company, South St. Joseph, MO.
Signed. Isaac J. Shaw
 
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World War II Draft Registration Card for Carl Scott Jennings, Jr. Serial No. 417
World War II Draft Registration Card for Carl Scott Jennings, Jr. Serial No. 417
Name: Carl Scott Jennings, Jr.
Order No. 11551
Residence: 139 W. Kivett Street, Asheboro, Randolph, North Carolina
Mailing Address: P O Box 713, Asheboro, N.C.
Name of Person who will always know your address: Mrs. Blanch P. Jennings.
 
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World War II draft registration for George Risley
World War II draft registration for George Risley
Card lists age, 29 years. Date & place of Birth: December 18, 1911, Marion County, USA. Contact person: Mrs. George Risley, wife. Employer: Self. Signed: George Risley.
 
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World War II Draft Registration for Harold E. Foster
World War II Draft Registration for Harold E. Foster
 
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World War II Draft Registration for Thomas C. 'Ike' Cornell
World War II Draft Registration for Thomas C. "Ike" Cornell
Draft for men born on or after 17 Feb 1897 and on or before 31 Dec 1921). Order No. 10496. Lists his wife of Mrs. Helen Cornell. Age when registered 41. Born 5 Feb 1901, Peel, Arkansas. Works for self at Flippin, Arkansas.
 

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