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From: "Jane Foley" <>
Subject: Re: [MOBARRY] New
Date: Wed, 28 Jul 2010 12:37:36 -0400
Are there more pictures of the Potts farm?
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From: "Donna Cooper" <>
Sent: Saturday, July 24, 2010 5:59 PM
Subject: [MOBARRY] New
Good Afternoon: Here are a few of the new things - will have more tomorrow
Monday. Jack Fly sent us some new photos - updates for Vineyard. And so, I
try and post those soon.
On the Fletcher page that is listed in the Washburn community section, a
researcher pointed out one of the people mention was buried in McDonald
in Antioch - Phyllis Long had a note on the page that she thought that was
burial place. So I added that information to her page - per her request.
Barbara Erwin, our obit lady, found another resident, Charles Ray Cargile,
the Washburn Prairie Cemetery. He must not have a stone since we don't have
photo of one listed. It is so good to find these folks without stones and to
more information on them, too.
This obit was also added to the obit pages for Charles Ray Cargile.
and here -
Jay Trace and Rhoda Wilcox made a correction tot he Bowsher pages. Rhoda
mentioned that her grandfather's middle name was posted wrong by another
researcher. She said her father put the stones at the graves of her
when she was a teen. That correction was for William B. Carney.
In the obit section Barbara Erwin added -
Charles Ray Cargile,
Joseph Albert Stinecipher,
Alice Tennesse (Banks) Potts,
Cleo Wesley Stephenson,
John S. Cooper, died of disease in WW I, so a note was added to the WW I
On Alice Tennesse (Banks) Potts the obituary has her mother listed as
and as most of you know, she was Elizabeth Ann (Woodard, wife of Lot Banks.
Alice lived one step across the Arkansas line from Ash Twp., in Barry
The Potts farm border the line. You will remember that we have the Potts
the web site in the Civil War section.
Their farm was where the first place the Civil War was fought in
Arkansas. Troops came down the old wire road from blockade in Barry and then
went on to Pea Ridge from there.
Betty Cooper posted an obit for -
Since some of you don't surf around on the web site much you might want to
a look at the new things that are going on.
Some of the pages are being updated with both external and internal style
sheets. In plain English - they are being moderized to web standards for
and so they should open faster and should view better on most browsers.
World War I pages are getting a new face lift - hope you like the new look.
All of the World War II page have been given a lift, too. These should open
The main page and also some of the photo pages have a new photo header now.
hope you see someone that you know on one of these thumbnails.
And work continues on Roller at Garfield. Wilma Fields submitted the photos
this one and so I am working on those. There are a lot of Barry County folks
Thanks goes to our helpers Barbara Erwin, Jay Trace, Rhoda Wilcox, Phyllis
Wilma Fields and Betty Cooper - and also to Jack Fly for the photos that I
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