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Dorothy Miller (#47091206)
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I am looking for Civil War Confederates and where they are buried we are working on Benton,Washington, and Madison co. Ark. right now and have interest in any information you may have on the men that fought and died in this area. If you have any information that you think may help please contact us. Thank you. Dorothy Miller.
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CSA Arkansas boys
Hello Ms. Miller.
I have two great great grandfather's who fought for the CSA in Arkansas. I believe one of them you already have information on. (Kenneth Head)
The other is Robert Coleman Bone aka "RC". He was in the 11th Missouri Infantry CSA. I have a couple stories about the Battle of the Elkhorn, that have been passed down. Not sure if that's what you're looking for. Contact me if you'd like. :)

Added by Angie on Nov 04, 2016 10:07 PM
Steve Peacock
John Paul Bowman
Hello Dorothy,

You had added info about two obituaries for John Paul Bowman, findagrave #84315181 on 12/4/2012. I found his findagrave yesterday and had it transfered to me today. The obituaries were in the Benton County Democrat on 5/30/1895 and the Bentonville Sun on 6/1/1895. You had also mentioned about an obit on page 197 in an 1895 book. This may have been a cemetery book. Could you please let me know how I could order these obituaries. John was the son of my great grandparents and brother of my grandmother. Thank you for your help. Steve Peacock
Added by Steve Peacock on Oct 31, 2016 9:51 AM
incorrect info
much information is incorrect on the Blankenship page. Silenet Grove Cem. Esther Elizabeth Baggett Blankenship not Esther Edith. Not Sarah Elizabeth is just Elizabeth.
Added by NormaJean on Oct 11, 2016 3:05 PM
Ms. Miller, HI, I am a Mullins descendant. Henry W. MULLINS was my great great grandfather's cousin. I have a few questions, (1) are you related ? (2) you stated you have an obit on file, would you share? I CAN SHARE WITH YOU HIS PARENTS & WIFE (3) if not related, may I be made the admins. of this grave for potential contacts?

I'm looking forward to your reply.
Added by Debbie on Sep 16, 2016 5:32 PM
Larry Hutchens
Ellis Hutchens
Mrs. Miller,

I am a descendant of Ellis Hutchens 1867-1908. He was my great Grandfather who moved from Washington County Arkansas to Grapevine, TX in 1898 and buried there. I know his father was John Wellington Hutchens 1834-1916 and I can trace his lineage back 4 more generations to Nicholas Hutchens 1645-1726-1729 thanks to the books by Jack Randolph Hutchins. I am lucky to find copies of Post-War Letters to Maj. Thos.J. Hunt from JW Hutchens and his father Ellis Hutchens 1805.
I am trying to determine Ellis Hutchens 1867-1908 siblings. I know the siblings include Adaline 1842-1910 and Elkanah 1839-1864 (appears to have died in battle. Any help is appreciated.
Larry R. Hutchens
Added by Larry Hutchens on Mar 14, 2016 11:07 AM
June Ford
Mrs. William Hall #22948647
Do you know if this might be Sophronia/Ellen Hall who lived K.C. MO 1910 and was mother of John Lester and several others? I know that Lester's wife Hattie came from Neosho area.
Added by June Ford on Sep 01, 2015 9:14 AM
Mark Miller
Alfred C. Collins
I believe you posted on the Find-A-Grave site of this man, (born 1823 in Alabama), that he served in a Tennessee Cavalry Regiment. He actually served in two different Johnson Co., Arkansas Confederate units.

I left the details in a post on his memorial on Find-A-Grave.
Added by Mark Miller on Apr 30, 2015 8:13 PM
Leona Headley
F.M. Buter
You posted info about an obit for him. Obit page 312 BC 1897

Anyway do you happen to have a copy?

Added by Leona Headley on Apr 19, 2015 3:51 PM
Dennis & Linda
Re: William Pyatt - Elm Springs
The William Pyatt who is buried in the Elm Springs Cemetery, did not serve in the Civil War. He was too old at the time. However, his son, William Lafayette Pyatt, did serve in Co H, 15th (Northwest) Arkansas Infantry. He enlisted in Feb 1862 at Boston Mt and likely fought in the Battle of Pea Ridge March 1862. The Arkansas Civil War Project has a brief on him. William is linked to his father at Find-a-grave. -- dennis
Added by Dennis & Linda on Dec 26, 2014 3:32 PM
Wes T.
RE: McCUISTION, Nettie L. - Weddington
See email.
Added by Wes T. on Aug 13, 2014 10:01 AM
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