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From: "Betty McCollum" <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] BROWN/KENDRICK FAMILIES
Date: Sat, 20 Sep 2003 11:23:54 -0500
References: <00b001c37f8b$9496d340$329cced1@computer> <001101c37f93$c534d580$0b00a8c0@vera>
Burt Tate in his story in DML #2, talks about "Old Uncle Dick Kendrick",
his son Owen ("Happy"), and Dick's wife Mary, who was blind. They were
neighbors to the Tate family, at Anderson (now Lafferty).
The Sam and Mary are probably the ones Sue is looking for.
----- Original Message -----
From: Vera Reeves <>
Sent: Saturday, September 20, 2003 11:25 AM
Subject: [ARIZARD-L] BROWN/KENDRICK FAMILIES
> I know this doesn't help but I checked the 1920 census. I didn't see
> of these familiies listed. I then checked the obituaries I have up to 1920
> from the Melbourne and Calico Rock newpapers and I didn't find any
> no Sam or Mary Brown.
> 1900 census shows a Sam Brown 29 with wife Louizie 22 and living next door
> was Mary Brown 48 a wd.in Franklin Twp.
> > Does anyone have know where SAM and MARY BROWN, who lived near Brown
> Cemetery in Izard Co., Ar., are buried?
> > ALSO,
> > Are there are KENDRICK's who have information about Kendricks who might
> be buried in No Bottom Cemetery in Izard County?
> > There are two graves which are covered with large slabs of rock and have
> been told they might possibly be Kendrick graves.
> > Thanks.
> > Betty Mc
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