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From: "Pat Foster" <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] Obits before 1900 for Izard/Baxter counties?
Date: Mon, 9 Mar 2009 12:38:17 -0500
In-Reply-To: <462F5481DA7249F6BC4BBE9737967B2A@dell3000>


Vera, thanks.
They probably didn't have a proper headstone so that makes it really
difficult.
Pat

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Subject: [ARIZARD] Obits before 1900 for Izard/Baxter counties?

Most of the obituaries of the area don't start until 1900 or later.
There were several cemeteries moved when the Norfork Dam was built.
I didn't find either name listed in the Cemetery book.
The Corp made a list of names of the people moved and this list was used
when making the cemetery book of Baxter County.

>
> My g grandmother, Mary Ann (Blankenship) Green, wife of Marion Green,
> probably died in 1882 or shortly thereafter. Were there newspapers at
> that
> time in the area?
> If so, is anyone working on the obits from those newspapers--the local
> historical societies maybe?
> Marion's 2nd wife, Martha Clementine Ivie (Ivey?) probably died about
> 1891.
> She was probably buried where the lake is now, but does not appear in the
> Hand Cemetery listing. Was there another cemetery those graves were moved
> to besides Hand?
> Where might an obit for her have appeared for local news?
> Thanks,
> Pat
> In Guthrie, OK
>
>
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