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From: Ilene Stevenson <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] ARIZARD Digest, Vol 1, Issue 153
Date: Fri, 22 Sep 2006 09:11:40 -0500
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To April Lamb : What Lambs are you looking for? I have some information &
Bud Hendrix has alot. Stone County & Pleasant Plains south of Batesville are
where alot of the Lambs are. The Cemetery in Pleasant Plains has alot of
them. One being my uncle. Ilene Stevenson

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Subject: ARIZARD Digest, Vol 1, Issue 153


>
>
> Today's Topics:
>
> 1. Re: Giving Credit Where It is Due (Pat Miller)
> 2. Lamb - April (Vera Reeves)
> 3. coperight law (Vera Reeves)
> 4. Re: Byler, Rose, Bruce, Anderson (Don Ott)
> 5. Re: Joseph Love Byler descendants (Roger Harvell)
> 6. Re: Small family Baxter Co., AR (M Powell)
> 7. Please publish my data (Don Ott)
>
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> Message: 1
> Date: Thu, 21 Sep 2006 17:08:23 -0500
> From: Pat Miller <>
> Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] Giving Credit Where It is Due
> To:
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> April,
> It is very frustrating not to know the people who came before you. My
> father was adopted and didn't find anything until he was in his late
> 70's. that's 70 years old plus. As time goes along there will be more
> information available online and in other places. What have you done
> besides post to this site? I found nothing about my family where they
> lived, but found information in all sorts of other places. Then I found
> information from where they lived. I have only been researching for
> three years and am past age 60, so it will come, believe me, it will come.
> Pat Miller
> April S. Stansberry wrote:
>> I understand being upset if they publish a book or something, but isn't
>> that
>> what we are all here for is to find ancestors? I find a lot of
>> information
>> on other peoples pages, I verify it where I can and then I post it too.
>> As
>> for interviewing people, I am 27 years old and I have been doing this for
>> about 5 years but all of my family who knew anything are dead and have
>> been
>> for some time. My last grandparent died when I was 13, LONG before I ever
>> thought to ask about family history. My aunts and uncles have no
>> information
>> I can use anymore, I can't even find the names of my Great Great
>> grandparents on my father's side! No one knows if my great grandfather
>> had
>> siblings and there seems to be no record of his parents anywhere. I can't
>> even get a death certificate for my great grandfather because the only
>> dates
>> I have are he was in the census in 1920, but can't find him in 1930, BUT
>> his
>> second wife is living with her mother and says married... So if I happen
>> across someones page that has information on it I will email them, but if
>> they don't respond I will take the information. I can't begin to explain
>> how
>> frustrating it is to be the only person in my family who is researching
>> and
>> can't seem to find any help. I have posted repeatedly to this list and
>> others and have only found one very small item which only filled in a
>> sibling...
>>
>> April S. Lamb Stansberry
>>
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> Message: 2
> Date: Thu, 21 Sep 2006 17:30:48 -0500
> From: "Vera Reeves" <>
> Subject: [ARIZARD] Lamb - April
> To: <>
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> Are you looking for information on the Lambs around Izard County, AR ?
>
> Vera
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
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> Message: 3
> Date: Thu, 21 Sep 2006 18:13:36 -0500
> From: "Vera Reeves" <>
> Subject: [ARIZARD] coperight law
> To: <>
> Message-ID: <000d01c6ddd3$915d3300$>
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> I am only discussing something that is "original" and not something in
>> public records, like birth, death, marriage etc. But, something written
>> up as a story has copyright involved.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
> Pat,
>
> Can you or anyone tell me about the copyright law on using the obituaries
> from the old papers?
> I need to know before I can sale the obits I have on CD as a money maker
> for
> the Izard County Historical Society.
> Don't want to have to hire a lawyer to find out.
>
> I once heard if they were over 70 years old I could sale them without
> worrying about it. I have some that are only 50 years old. Of coarse I
> would
> note the name of the newspaper.
>
> Vera
>
>
>
>
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> Message: 4
> Date: Thu, 21 Sep 2006 18:17:08 -0500
> From: Don Ott <>
> Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] Byler, Rose, Bruce, Anderson
> To:
> Message-ID: <>
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> Wilma,
> Think there is something wrong with the 1900 census. Note
> that Joseph Byler, father of A.C. is living just up the road a couple
> of houses and his wife should be Rebecca R. but they show his wife
> as Lettie W. married 30 years. And I did not know that Joseph had a
> son Apr 1883 named Joseph?
> Remember in 1880 A.C. and wife Ann had a daughter Millie who
> was 1 year old, now they have Della R. who is 20 to replace that child.
> Not much of this makes sense, but then the census was only
> as good as the person who wrote down the information and the content
> of what the census taker was given.
> Don
>
>
> At 11:44 AM 21-09-06, you wrote:
>>Roger, was Anna Lois ever referred to as Rachel R.? Reason I'm asking,
>>I've
>>found Ann Byler in 1880 census as wife to A. C. Byler, age 23; then in
>>1900
>>census as Rachel R., wife to A.C. Byler, age 43 md22years. Then in 1910
>>census I find her again as Annie Byler (wife of A.C.), age 53 md32y had 8
>>children, 7 living. Carroll Hayden's book has her death as Jan 1, 1910,
>>but
>>I have to question that as she is listed in the 1910 census which was
>>taken
>>in April that year. The exact page she and A.C. are listed on doesn't
>>have
>>a date, but from checking the pages before and after, it was sometime in
>>April.
>>
>>Wilma
>>----- Original Message -----
>>From: "Roger Harvell" <>
>>To: <>
>>Sent: Wednesday, September 20, 2006 7:33 PM
>>Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] Byler, Rose, Bruce, Anderson
>>
>>
>> > Anderson Rose circa 1811 - Apr 1, 1860 & Celia Lee circa 1814 - after
>> > 1891
>> >
>> > ----- Original Message -----
>> > From: "Don Ott" <>
>> > To: <>
>> > Sent: Wednesday, September 20, 2006 6:44 PM
>> > Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] Byler, Rose, Bruce, Anderson
>> >
>> >
>> >> Who were the parents of Angelina "Anna Lois" "Ann" Rose?
>> >> Don
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> At 11:55 PM 19-09-06, you wrote:
>> >> >Wow Vera
>> >> >
>> >> >I had a death date of 1908 for this Anny ROSE Byler - but, this 1913
>> >> >date
>> >> >sure makes more sense.
>> >> >
>> >> >It appears that shortly after the Annie's death; her widower who was
>> > named
>> >> >Augustus Calvin Byler had a serious altercation with his daughter;
>> >> >Lettie
>> >> >Byler Bruce's father-in-law?
>> >> >
>> >> >It appears that A. C. Byler was insistent on marrying a much younger
>> > woman
>> >> >named Anderson - a granddaughter of Gideon Blackburn "Gid" Bruce -
>> >> >the
>> >> >father-in-law of Lettie and father of her husband; William Walter
>> >> >Bruce.
>> >> >
>> >> >Real sad story for all involved and would anyone know who the Bruce
>> > daughter
>> >> >was that was married to an Anderson - and who was the Anderson?
>> >> >
>> >> ><<This issue is on a roll of film between 28 July 1914 and 27 Aug
>> >> >1914
>> > but
>> >> >the date on the front page of the paper shows Thursday August 14,
>> >> >1913 -
>> >> >Killed With An Axe, G. B. Bruce Killed by A. C. Byler Yesterday
>> >> >
>> >> >G. B. "Uncle Gid" Bruce of Lunenburg township, met his death
>> >> >yesterday,
>> >> >(Thursday) morning in an altercation with A. C. Byler, who until a
>> >> >year
>> > ago
>> >> >was also a citizen of Lunenburg township, but whose home is now at
>> >> >Plano,
>> >> >Collin County, Texas.
>> >> >
>> >> >Mr Byler arrived in ths county some three weeks ago and it is said
>> >> >the
>> > fact
>> >> >soon became known that he intended to wed Miss Elzie Anderson, a
>> >> >granddaughter of Mr Bruce. To this Mr Bruce strenuously objected, and
>> >> >it
>> > is
>> >> >alleged on Last Tuesday hunted up Byler and with a double barreled
>> > shotgun
>> >> >drawn and cocked, ordered him to leave the state within three days or
>> >> >die
>> >> >Thursday morning. He was traveling the public road and when at a
>> >> >point
>> > near
>> >> >the blacksmith shop conducted by Mr Bruce and his son he was attacked
>> >> >by
>> > Mr
>> >> >Bruce who threw several rocks at Mr Byler and then threw a dounble
>> >> >bit
>> > axe
>> >> >at him. At this juncture Mr Byler picked up the axe and turned on Mr
>> > Bruce
>> >> >hitting him, it is claimed two blows, one of which cut a gash in his
>> >> >back
>> >> >and the other crushed the skull.
>> >> >
>> >> >The altercation occurred at 8 o'clock in the morning and Mr Bruce
>> >> >lived
>> >> >until 3 o'clock in the afternoon and never regained consciousness.
>> >> >
>> >> >Mr Bruce is a blacksmith, is 74 years old and has resided in this
>> >> >county
>> >> >practicallly all his life.>>
>> >> >
>> >> >Pretty crazy, I would say! I THINK that A. C. Byler returned to
>> >> >Texas
>> > and
>> >> >found a bride there. I suppose he was acquitted? My records show
>> >> >that
>> > he
>> >> >died November 26, 1936 in a community called George West, Texas.
>> >> >
>> >> >
>> >> >Bernie Moore-Knowles
>> >> >Papa'aloa, Hawai'i
>> >> >
>> >> >"I have Indian blood in me. I have just enough White blood for you to
>> >> >question my honesty." ........Will Rogers
>> >> >
>> >> >----- Original Message -----
>> >> >From: "Vera Reeves" <>
>> >> >To: <>
>> >> >Sent: Tuesday, September 19, 2006 1:41 PM
>> >> >Subject: [ARIZARD] Byler - Walker
>> >> >
>> >> >
>> >> > > Melbourne newspaper - Jan 9, 1913 (not sure of the date of this
>> >> > > issue,
>> > it
>> >> >is Jan 1913 before the 19th)
>> >> > >
>> >> > > Mrs Ann Byler, wife of A. C. Byler, died the first day of this
>> >> > > month
>> > at
>> >> >the residence of her daughter, Mrs Della Walker. Mrs Byler was a good
>> > woman
>> >> >and a good neighbor, and has a host of friends who mourn her death.
>> >> >She
>> >> >leaves a husband and seven children; Mrs Della Walker, Mrs Lettie
>> >> >Bone,
>> > Mrs
>> >> >Bessie Williams and two boys, Alferd and Joe here and two daughters
>> >> >in
>> >> >Texas. Mrs Lillie Ginn and Mrs Roxie Simmons. Weep not for her but so
>> > live
>> >> >that you can meet her where parting will be no more.
>> >> > >
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> Message: 5
> Date: Thu, 21 Sep 2006 18:44:34 -0500
> From: "Roger Harvell" <>
> Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] Joseph Love Byler descendants
> To: <>
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> Descendants of Joseph Love Byler
>
> 1 Joseph Love Byler b: Oct 1, 1834 d: Mar 31, 1907
> .. +Rachel R. Gray b: circa 1838
> .... 2 Augustus Calvin Byler b: Jul 31, 1857 d: Nov 26, 1936 in George
> West, Texas
> ........ +Angelina (Anna Lois) Rose b: circa 1857 d: Jan 1, 1913 in
> Izard
> County, Arkansas
> .......... 3 Willis Byler b: circa 1879
> .......... 3 Della Rosetta Byler b: Sep 26, 1878 in Marker says Sep 9,
> 1878-Pension application says Sep 9, 1877 d: Apr 13, 1933 in Lunenburg
> Cemetery, Izard County, Arkansas
> .............. +Barret"Bart" F Ginn m: Nov 29, 1900 in Izard County, Ar
> b:
> Apr 1879 in Arkansas d: Bef. 1910
> .......... *2nd Husband of Della Rosetta Byler:
> .............. +Christopher Greenleaf Titsworth Walker m: Mar 10, 1910 in
> Izard County, Arkansas b: Nov 14, 1846 d: Jan 19, 1931
> .......... 3 Legetrude "Lillie" Byler b: Jun 1881
> .............. +John Dixon Ginn m: Dec 24, 1898 in Lunenburg, Izard
> County,
> Arkansas b: Dec 1874 in Arkansas
> .......... 3 Lettie Byler b: Nov 18, 1883 d: Mar 4, 1958 in Izard
> County,
> Arkansas
> .............. +William Walter Bruce m: May 13, 1906 in Melbourne, Izard
> County, Arkansas b: Sep 21, 1877 in Izard County, Arkansas d: Jul 9, 1948
> in
> Izard County, Arkansas
> .......... 3 Roxie Byler b: Oct 1886
> .............. +Robert Cooper m: Sep 13, 1908 in Melbourne, Izard County,
> Arkansas
> .......... *2nd Husband of Roxie Byler:
> .............. +Albert Simmons m: Aft. 1908 b: circa 1889 in Tennessee
> .......... 3 Alfred Monroe Byler b: Jul 26, 1888 d: May 12, 1982 in
> Texas
> at about 95 years of age.
> .............. +Vernice Ray Odle m: Jul 27, 1913 in Collin County, Texas
> b:
> Sep 23, 1898 in Texas [Birthday from Texas death certificate #5429] d: Dec
> 1, 1951 in Collin County, Texas
> .......... 3 Bessie E. Byler b: Mar 1891 d: Jul 20, 1909 in Melbourne,
> Izard County, Arkansas
> .............. +Sterling R Williams b: circa 1888
> .......... 3 Joseph Love Byler b: Jan 6, 1895 in Adler/Sandy Flats,
> Izard
> County, Arkansas d: May 19, 1919 in On board ship returning from WWI.
> .............. +Pearl Stout
> .... *2nd Wife of Augustus Calvin Byler:
> ........ +Bula Kolocha
> .......... 3 August Marvin Byler b: Sep 5, 1923 d: Dec 20, 1997
> .......... 3 Hershall Lewis Byler b: Mar 1925 d: in George West, Texas
> .... 2 Mary Elizabeth Byler b: Mar 14, 1859 in Rocky Bayou, Izard
> County,
> Arkansas d: Nov 6, 1938 in Ada, Pontotoc County, Oklahoma
> ........ +Benjamin Franklin Bray b: Jun 10, 1857 in Benton Township,
> Cedar
> County, Missouri d: Aug 27, 1932 in Byron, Fulton County, Arkansas
> .......... 3 Rachel Elizabeth Bray b: Feb 1879
> .............. +George Washington McElmurry m: Mar 20, 1901 b: Nov 1878
> in
> Byron, Fulton County, Arkansas d: Feb 13, 1917 in Ada, Pontotoc County,
> Oklahoma
> .......... 3 Peter Benjamin Bray b: Oct 24, 1880 d: Apr 27, 1962 in
> Byron, Fulton County, Arkansas
> .............. +Anna Bell Perryman m: Apr 2, 1905 in Byron, Fulton
> County,
> Arkansas b: Sep 10, 1882 in Fulton County, Arkansas d: Jul 2, 1968 in
> Salem,
> Fulton County, Arkansas
> .......... 3 W.F. Bray b: Mar 20, 1882
> .......... 3 Infant Bray b: Mar 20, 1882
> .......... 3 Joseph Bray b: Oct 24, 1884 d: Nov 8, 1971 in Salem,
> Fulton
> County, Arkansas
> .............. +Artie Clarice Neal m: Apr 22, 1906 b: Apr 5, 1884 d: Dec
> 17, 1944
> .......... 3 Tennessee Bray b: Mar 24, 1886 d: Jun 24, 1960 in Byron,
> Fulton County, Arkansas
> .............. +John William Raney m: Jul 1, 1907 in Byron, Fulton
> County,
> Arkansas b: Oct 6, 1884 d: Jan 15, 1970 in West Plains, Howell County,
> Missouri
> .......... 3 Leonard Bray b: May 20, 1889
> .......... 3 Ernest Bray b: Jun 15, 1891
> .......... 3 Minnie Ethel Bray b: Jun 30, 1893
> .......... 3 Lehland Bray b: Jun 13, 1896 d: May 21, 1972
> .......... 3 Emily Bray b: Aug 31, 1898
> .... 2 Medean "Middle Ann" Byler b: Oct 2, 1861 d: Jul 8, 1931 in
> Plano,
> Texas
> ........ +James W. Landers m: circa 1880 in Izard County, Arkansas b:
> circa
> 1858 d: Oct 13, 1898 in Lunenburg, Izard County, Arkansas
> .......... 3 Zoa Elizabeth Landers b: Nov 23, 1880
> .............. +John W Driskell m: Feb 19, 1900 in Izard County, Arkansas
> b: circa 1877
> .......... *2nd Husband of Zoa Elizabeth Landers:
> .............. +William Edward Sipe m: Apr 5, 1908 in Izard County,
> Arkansas b: May 3, 1884
> .......... *3rd Husband of Zoa Elizabeth Landers:
> .............. +Joe Marshall Thompson m: Aft. 1909
> .......... 3 Katie Dell Landers b: Oct 16, 1883
> .......... 3 Joseph Sim Landers b: Feb 15, 1884
> .............. +Maude Evaline Sims m: Jan 13, 1906 b: Mar 3, 1888 d: Jun
> 10, 1968
> .......... 3 Lawrence Landers b: Feb 14, 1888
> .............. +Eva Standerfer m: Dec 5, 1909 in McKinney, Collin County,
> Texas b: Apr 10, 1894
> .......... 3 Raymond Landers b: Sep 4, 1890
> .......... 3 Lewis Harter Landers b: Jun 24, 1893
> .......... 3 Archie Houston Landers b: Jan 8, 1897 d: Bef. 1920
> .............. +Willie Mae Odle b: Oct 26, 1899 in Texas
> .... *2nd Husband of Medean "Middle Ann" Byler:
> ........ +Alexander Ray m: Feb 22, 1905 in Izard County, Ar
> .... 2 Sarah J. Byler b: circa 1864
> .... 2 Melissa Byler b: circa 1866
> .... 2 Barbara Raechel Byler b: Apr 15, 1870 in Izard County, Arkansas
> d:
> Mar 22, 1937
> ........ +Milton Henry Walters b: Aug 26, 1861 in Kentucky d: Jul 16,
> 1946
> .......... 3 Joseph Gardner Walters b: Jul 3, 1886 in Izard County,
> Arkansas d: Oct 19, 1928
> .............. +Nettie Roxie McAfee b: Jul 17, 1889 in Texas d: Sep 9,
> 1961
> .......... 3 John Martin Walters b: 1889 d: 1959
> .............. +Mary Nina Unknown b: 1890 d: 1980
> .......... 3 William Hayden Walters b: Feb 21, 1891 in Melbourne, Izard
> County, Arkansas
> .............. +Myrtie W Unknown b: circa 1896 in Texas
> .......... 3 Oscar Marvin Walters b: Jan 11, 1894 in Izard County,
> Arkansas d: in WWI [See notes]
> .......... 3 Charles O Walters b: Sep 26, 1896
> .......... 3 Edna Lee Walters b: circa 1900
> .............. +Benjamin F Thomas
> .......... 3 Logan Byler Walters b: Jun 7, 1903 d: Dec 25, 1987
> .............. +Fleta Alene Kirkland b: Jul 28, 1903 d: Dec 21, 1986
> .......... 3 Raymond Walters b: circa 1906
> .......... 3 Audie Mae Walters b: circa 1908
> *2nd Wife of Joseph Love Byler:
> .. +Lettie Woody b: Jan 21, 1844 d: Nov 18, 1906
> .... 2 Dixie E Byler b: 1872 d: Jan 14, 1948
> ........ +James"Maden" Gilbert b: Jul 16, 1872 d: Feb 23, 1945
> .......... 3 Van Aubrey Gilbert b: Feb 12, 1902 d: Feb 18, 1903
> .... 2 Edna Byler b: circa 1877
> .... 2 Joseph Goldman Byler b: Apr 25, 1883 d: Feb 2, 1904
>
>
>
>
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> Message: 6
> Date: Thu, 21 Sep 2006 16:49:31 -0700 (PDT)
> From: M Powell <>
> Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] Small family Baxter Co., AR
> To:
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> Vera,
>
> THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU. Now can I take that as proof that Eva
> Cunningham married James J. Small, grin! Think it will be a good start!
> It's funny but the Phillips name is ringing a bell with me, have to find
> where I have something about it. I just found it, Myrtle May Wood
> Cunningham had a sister named Ozella. I have a note that she married a
> Phillips. I wonder if any connection to Zelma's husband. Thank you also
> for the 1900 census, I never would have found them. They did mess
> Martha's name up, didn't they?
>
> Thank you again,
>
> Marguerette
>
>
> Vera Reeves <> wrote:
> > I cannot find James J. Small born about 1900 in 1930 census.
>> >>>>>>>>
>
> Marguerette
>
> Baxter Bulletin dated 21 Dec 1961
> James Jasper Small of Norfork
> d. Saturday in Batesville, AR
> buried Galatia Cemetery
> b. Feb 15, 1900 Wild Cherry
> s/o Andren Jackson Small and
> Vina Starrett Small (where did that come from?)
> Survivors are wife Mrs Eva Small
> 2 sons, James & Melvin
> 4 daughters
> Mrs Zelma Phillps
> Mrs Zella Davis
> Anna Faye and Mary Jane Small
> 3 brothers, John, Leslie & Zion
> 3 sisters
> Mrs Mary Simpson
> Mrs Anna Weatherford
> Mrs Ruby Dobbs
>
> Galatia Cemetery
> Small, James J.
> 15 Feb 1900
> 16 Dec 1961
>
> Small, Evah R.
> 8 Jul 1912
> 24 Jan 1989
>
> Evah died in Wynn, Cross County, AR
>
>
>
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> Message: 7
> Date: Thu, 21 Sep 2006 18:50:02 -0500
> From: Don Ott <>
> Subject: [ARIZARD] Please publish my data
> To:
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> Please feel free to publish anything I have as many times as you
> want and sell it or give it to as many people as you can contact. All
> of that will help me and an awful lot of other folks with their brick
> walls. If I decide to publish a book later I really don't think my
> sales will be impacted.
> Don Ott
>
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