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From: "Vera Reeves" <>
Subject: [ARIZARD] A. J. Hand / Don
Date: Sat, 13 Dec 2008 13:24:26 -0600
I don't know anything about this family, just sticking my nose in.
IF I remember correct Leanniah was A. J. Hand's second wife.
They are buried in the Hand Cemetery at Hall's Chapel, Baxter County
For the last 2 days I've not been able to get that site to come up.
She died 19 Jan 1948 in St. Elmo, IL b. 24 Dec 1861 MO
survivors 2 daughters Josie and Darnette of Wyoming
Mrs Jessie Russell (not clear) Mt Home
G. H. Hand Mt Home
Henry Hand Gotebo, OK
Queenie Hand of So Vienia, OH
Gotta run, I'LL BE BACK
> I believe that E.F., Ephriam Foster, and Foster are probably all
> the same person, he was married to Sarah Agnes Adams. You will find
> their son, John Henry Hand in the 1920 MCAR Census, he was editor of
> Mountain Echo.
> I did not know that Andrew Jackson Hand was in the Civil War,
> sorry I do not recognize that unit, is that an Alabama Unit. I know
> he died in Baxter Co. AR. I had his death as 20 Sep 1917 rather than
> 12 Sep 1917. Maybe someone knows for sure. I have his wife as
> Margaret A. E. Ruffin? That does not seem to work either?
> At 12:45 PM 13-12-08, you wrote:
>> > Reviewing the roster of 27th Arkansas Inf. Regt. CSA, I
>> > note there are two Hand men listed in Co. E., recruited from Marion
>> > County. Hough B. (Hugh Berry?) Private-Enlisted Marion Co. AR, 11 Mar
>> > 1862, age 52, discharged for being over-age 19 Jun 1862. Several have
>> > told me that Hugh B. was killed in the battle of Shilo, Jackson Co.
>> > AR. in 1865. Guess he did not give up after the first attempt to
>> > enter the military.
>> > The second Hand was E. F. (Ephriam Foster ) Hand, (son of
>> > above) Private-Enlisted in Marion Co. AR, 11 Mar 1862, age 17,
>> > discharged for being under age, 31 Jul 1862. (Sure took a while to
>> > decide he was to young.)
>> > Your comments on these folks?
>> > Don
>>According to the book Arkansas Confederate Veterans and Widows Pension
>>22092 Hand, A. J.
>>22092 Hand, Leonniah widow
>>Co G Reg 34 Div Al-V
>>vet applied 8-07-1915
>>wid applied 8-08-1918 Baxter County
>>vet died 9-12-1917
>>7417 Hand, E. F.
>>7417 Hand, Sally A. widow
>>Co -- Reg -- Div MO-C (note the MO)
>>vet applied 8-11-1913
>>wid applied 8-19-1915 Marion County
>>vet died 7-11-1915
>>Is this the same E. F. you listed above ? ? ?
>>According to the 1910 census Ephram F. Hand had a wife Sallie A.
>>Looks like he may have went back in the war. ? ?
>>Only Hands I found in this book.
>>Foster Hand and family were listed in the 1880 Marion County census.
>>Look at this Foster Hand ? ? ??
>>American Civil War Soldiers
>> Name: Foster Hand
>> Side Served: Confederacy
>> State Served: Missouri
>> Service Record: Enlisted as a Private.
>> Enlisted in Company D, 10th Cavalry Regiment Missouri.
>>U. S. Civil War Soldier
>> Name: Foster Hand
>> Side: Confederate
>> Regiment State/Origin: Missouri
>> Regiment Name: 10 Missouri Cavalry
>> Regiment Name Expanded: 10th Regiment, Missouri Cavalry
>> COMPANY: D
>> Rank In: Private
>> Rank In Expanded: Private
>> Rank Out: Private
>> Rank Out Expanded: Private
>> Film Number: M380 roll 6