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|Surnames of Interest||Researcher's Name||Researcher's Contact Info|
|Deb Hosey||[email protected]|
|Wanda Ridge||[email protected]|
|Kay McGee||[email protected]|
|August Harris b ca 1896 (one census says MS, another form says Marvell)|
|Tiana Reeves||[email protected]|
|James Marklin Hardy -- Monroe Co.|
md Susan Crisp in 1896
lived in Turner, Phillips Co. then Monroe Co.
Hardy presumed died before 1927 as second wife Lettie Lovell Berry remarried in early 1927
May be buried in Connells Point Cemetery
|Josephine Hardy||[email protected]|
|Harvey Turner 1873-1925|
Son Edgar Turner 1898-1975
|Carol Palmer||[email protected]|
|Loralee Wellington||[email protected]|
|Mary W. Cooper||Mary W. Cooper
P. O. Box 217
Lambert, MS 38643
|James M. Mayo b. abt. 1841 and married Bettie Black on 7 Feb 1866. James survived the war, married Bettie and was in business with L. J. McKenney in Monroe or Phillips County. Bettie died in 1903 and is buried in Marvell Eventide Cemetery. It is not know when James died or where he is buried.||George D. Mayo, Jr||[email protected]|
|Wayne ‘Al’ Dirden||[email protected]|
|looking for the parents of John Henry Moore b 1834 in probably Pike Co., N C. Was in Phillips Co. before the Civil War and bought land in what is now Oak Forest, Lee Co. He was captured at the Battle of Helena and sent to Ft. Douglas, where he survived. He married Susan Helen Walton. Any help or guidance would be greatly appreciated.||Linda Miller Wilson||Linda Miller Wilson
Pettigrew, AR 72752
|Pearce||Linda & Warren Pearce||[email protected]|
|English and Bradley||Jan Breshears Thomas||[email protected]|
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