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From: "Vera Reeves" <>
Subject: [ARIZARD] Pinkston and Kenney - Bernie
Date: Sat, 12 Apr 2008 11:19:45 -0500
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Ben Pinkston 22
md 11 Aug 1896 Baxter County
Julia Keeney 18

> Hi there Vera
>
> Well, to say the least - those obituaries sure helped a great deal!
> Evidently, Julia's middle name was Elma? Thanks a bunch, Vera.
>
> Did a little research and will continue to do so on the Kenneys and the
> Pinkstons, but here is what I found on Ben and Elma's family:
>
> 18 June 1900 Izard Co., Arkansas census, Union Township:
> PINKSTON, Benjamin head W M Nov 1874 25 md/3 yrs AR TN MS farmer
> #192/198 Elma wife W F Feb 1878 22 md/3 yrs 2/2 MO MO MO
> Homer son W M Aug 1897 2 single AR AR MO
> Cora daughter W F Mar 1899 1 single AR AR MO
>
> 16 April 1910 Baxter Co., Arkansas, Greenwood Township:
> PINKSTON, Ben head M W 35 md/1 13 yrs AR TN MS farmer
> #19/19 Elma wife F W 32 md/1 13 yrs 8/7 MO MO MO
> Homer son M W 12 -- AR AR MO
> Wheeler son M W 9 -- AR AR MO
> Monroe son M W 7 -- AR AR MO
> Harlin son M W 6 -- AR AR MO
> Henry son M W 5 -- AR AR MO
> Annah daughter F W 3 -- AR AR MO
>
> 25 February 1920 Baxter Co., Arkansas, Greenwood Township:
> PINKSTON, Ben A. head M W 43 married UNK UNK AR farmer
> #179/183 Julia E. wife F W 43 married MO MO MO
> Homer son M W 21 single AR UNK MO
> Wheeler son M W 17 single AR UNK MO
> Monroe son M W 15 single AR UNK MO
> Harlin son M W 14 single AR UNK MO
> Henry son M W 13 single AR UNK MO
> Annie daughter F W 11 single AR UNK MO
> Dick son M W 9 single AR UNK MO
> Otha daughter F W 7 single AR UNK MO
> Virgie daughter F W 5 single AR UNK MO
> Marie daughter F W 9/12 single AR UNK MO
>
> 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: Friday, April 11, 2008 1:08 PM
> Subject: [ARIZARD] Pinkston obits
>
>
>> Calico Rock Progress - Calico Rock, AR
>>
>> Aug 16, 1940 - Mrs Branscum Dies on Way to Hospital
>>
>> Mrs Virgie Branscum, wife of Calvin Branscum of near Culp, died Tuesday
>> morning while en-route to a Batesville hospital. She took seriously
>> Friday
>> of last week and remained unconscious till her death. She passed away
>> when
>> within eight miles of Batesville. The body was returned to this place and
>> the funeral was held Wednesday, at the Branscum cemetery, in Baxter
>> County.
>> Services were conducted by W. C. Woody of this place. Deceased was about
>> 25
>> years of age. She was a daughter of Mr and Mrs Ben Pinkston of near Culp.
>> Her husband, four children and numerous other relatives survive.
>>
>> May 21, 1943 - Ben A. Pinkston Dies Suddenly Monday
>>
>> Ben A. Pinkston, highly respected citizen of near Culp, died suddenly
>> Monday
>> afternoon, while plowing near his home. A son, Harlin, who was also
>> plowing
>> nearby found his father a short while after he died. A heart attack is
>> thought to have caused his death. Deceased was 67 years of age. The
>> funeral
>> was held Tuesday, burial being in Table Rock Cemetery. Mr Pinkston is
>> survived by his wife; six sons, Wheeler, Monroe, Harlin, Henry, Richard
>> and
>> Thurman and three daughters, Mrs Annie Teague, Mrs Otha Martin and Mrs
>> Marie
>> Martin.
>>
>> Jan 19, 1951 - Homer Pinkston of Culp Dies Following Brief Illness
>>
>> Homer Pinkston, well known citizen of Culp, died in a Batesville hospital
>> Friday nigh, following a brief illness. He became seriously ill Friday
>> morning and was rushed to the hospital. He was 53 years of age.
>>
>> Mr Pinkston was born and reared in Baxter County, practically all his
>> life
>> being spent in the vicinity of Culp. For several years he operated a mail
>> route between Calico Rock and Culp. He was a son of Mrs Pinkston and the
>> late Ben Pinkston. Besides his mother, he is survived by six brothers,
>> Wheeler of Winters, Calif., Harlin of Pennville, Ind., Henry, Monroe,
>> Richard, and Thurman Pinkston of Culp; and three sisters, Mrs Annie
>> Teague
>> and Mrs Otha Martin of Culp, and Mrs Marie Martin of Hartford City,
>> Indiana.
>>
>> Funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon by Rev. Luther K. Wilson
>> of
>> Calico Rock. Burial was in the Branscum Cemetery, with the Hall Funeral
>> Service in charge of arrangements.
>>
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