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Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] The JOHN FERGUSON & ELIZABETH BALLARD LINES
Date: Sat, 5 Jun 1999 13:31:14 EDT
Thanks for the info. I feel it's most likely that Marcus and Anis were
buried in or near the town of Union rather than Union Co.
The Langstons certainly were everywhere weren't they?
In a message dated 6/4/1999 4:48:14 PM MST, writes:
<< Hi Mike,
You are welcome. I can't find my Izard County map at the moment.
Hopefully, someone has answered the question about Union, AR. I see that
there's a Union County further down the state.
I gave you all the PATTERSONS in that particular cemetery. I did notice
BALLARDS buried there, and BALLARDS connected to my FERGUSONS, although I
don't know if these are a part of the group.
By the way, I came across a LANGSTON researcher last evening and today
received her lines back. Guess what! She had ROWDENS!
Here's a portion of her outline:
2-Nancy Caroline LANGSTON (25 Dec 1846-25 Feb 1923)
sp: Reuben WATKINS (-)
3-Maria Elizabeth WATKINS (3 Oct 1867-24 May 1903)
sp: General Francis Sigle SNIDER (17 Aug 1861-24 May 1903)
4-Edith Caldonna SNIDER (14 Feb 1885-31 Jan 1967)
sp: Harry PALM (9 Mar 1891-Mar 1964)
4-Grover Cleveland SNIDER (18 Mar 1887-1887)
4-Leffa Laura "Leffie" SNIDER (5 Nov 1888-20 Apr 1976)
sp: George Washington ROWDEN (24 Oct 1879-26 Mar 1958)
5-Myrtle Marie ROWDEN (6 Dec 1907-2 Jan 1981)
sp: William Joseph SINCLAIR (27 Apr 1903-8 Aug 1979)
And you may wish to contact her. Her name is Carol and her e-mail address:
Your query was the first time that I have ever heard the name ROWDEN, so it
stood out to me.
Jean Cuevas >>