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From: "Susie Pack" <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] DAVIDSON - Peggy
Date: Fri, 6 Mar 2009 18:44:45 -0600
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Were the husbands of Gladys and Mabel related to the Helm family in Izard
Co. My grandfather was Walter Hugh Helm ( Oxford area)?

Thanks,
Susie
----- Original Message -----
From: "Vera Reeves" <>
To: <>; <>
Sent: Friday, March 06, 2009 1:22 PM
Subject: [ARIZARD] DAVIDSON - Peggy


>> Good morning, All!
>>
>> My connection is through relationship to Minnie Naomi TUNSTALL, first
>> cousin to my mother. Minnie Naomi was daughter of Marcus F. TUNSTALL and
>> Sarah Jane LUTHER. Minnie Naomi TUNSTALL and Joseph Pinkney DAVIDSON
>> married 8 December 1897 in Izard County, AR. Minnie Naomi, b. April 1880,
>> d. 1918.
>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
>
> Apr 22, 1938 - J. P. Davidson
>
> J. P. Davidson aged 61, died suddenly Thursday morning of last
> week at his home at Sage. He was a well known farmer and merchant of the
> Sage community, was for a number of years president of the Bank of Barren
> Fork at Mt. Pleasant and at the time of his death was one of the five
> commissioners of the new courthouse now being constructed at Melbourne.
>
> He is survived by his wife and 11 children, including four
> sons,
> Roy, Ronald, Vaughn and J. P., Jr., all of Sage and seven daughters, Mrs
> Mabel Helm of Elk City, Okla., Mrs Meryle Marchant of Pueblo, Colo., Mrs
> Gladys Helm, Mrs Verbel Battle, Mrs Fay Shell, Miss Helen Davidson and
> Miss
> Laura Alice Davidson all of Sage.
>
> Burial was at the Gray Cemetery at three p.m. Saturday, Rev. W.
> H. McCuistion and Eld. G. W. Howard conducting the services.
>
>
>
> ============
>
> May 23, 1918 - Obituary
>
> How sad it was on the 14th day of March when we heard that Minnie was
> dead.
> I felt like I could not give up my friend, but God said to her sprit come
> and it had to go. She was willing, ready and waiting for the summons.
> Minnie
> M. Davidson was about 38 old. She leaves a husband and seven children, a
> grandmother and a host of friends to mourn her loss. So often I have heard
> the remark: "Minnie Davidson was a good woman" and I believe if there ever
> was a good woman she was.
>
>
>
> =================
>
> # 2 wife ?
>
> Sep 13, 1945 - Mrs Mabel Stroud Davidson
>
> Mrs Mabel Stroud Davidson, aged 61, died at her home in Sage,
> Saturday. Survivors include four daughters, Mrs Alma Rose of Melbourne,
> Mrs
> Faye Shell and Laura Davidson of Sage and Mrs Helm Cooper of Tulsa; a son
> J.
> P. Davidson of Albuquerque, N. M., four stepdaughters, Mrs Mable Helm of
> Shafter, Calif., Mrs Muriel Merchant of Richmond, Cal., and Mrs Gladys
> Helm
> and Mrs Verbal Battles of Sage; two step-sons, Roy Davidson of Sage and
> Sgt.
> Vaughn Davidson of Fort Sam Huston, Tex., a brother G. A. Stroud of
> Batesville and a sister, Mrs William Qualls of Mount Pleasant.
>
> Funeral services were conducted at the Sage Baptist Church
> Sunday afternoon by Rev. Gus Poole of Mt. View. Burial was at the Gray
> Cemetery near that place.
>
>
>
>
>
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