Index for Obituaries Appearing in the Eagle Democrat, 1930-39
Includes CSA and Spanish American War veterans. Softbound. $12.50 (includes shipping)
Index for Obituaries Appearing in the Eagle Democrat, 1940-49
Includes victims of Jan. 3, 1949 tornado as well as servicemen killed in WWII.
Index for Obituaries Appearing in the Eagle Democrat, 1950-59
Includes obits of CSA, Spanish American War, WWI and WWII veterans.
Bradley County Cemetery Books including
"So far I have 19 cemeteries done; that's over 8000 pictures. The cemetery books
Three Bradley County Books by Ron Moseley
Larry Larance grew up in Warren (WHS class of '55-'56) and has written a memoir of those days. Published by Windchimes Press in 1999, it is an interesting look at growing up in Warren in the 1940's and 50's with the "Mayberry R. F. D." sensibility of the times. A very interesting and enjoyable book! The following names are mentioned in MISS MYRTLE'S BOY (I think I got them all!) :
Fred "Freddie" Colvin Larance Myrtle Lore Rhodes Larance Karen K. Larance Wisener Thomas "Tommy" R. Larance Charles Larry Larance Beth Larance Leigh Ann Larance Kelley Richard "Rich" Larance Thomas "Tom" Allen Larance Grandmother Jean Jean Eula Rhodes Flora Rhodes Charles "Charlie" Elbert Rhodes William "Bill" Mercer Rhodes Rebecca Rhodes Artie Hull Rhodes Lou Jenie Ann Hanks Rhodes Aycock family Royce Adair Wayne Adcock The Baggetts Martha Blackwell Ritchie Blankenship Patsy Bridges David "Pee Wee" Brooks Carroll "Booger" Brown Garland Bryant Watt Childs Principal James Clark Caroline Clayton Michael "Mike" Clayton Rev J. Ralph Clayton Jack Clower Dr. Merl Crow Ronnie Curry Gerald "Scrog" Davidson Lawrence Derby Mrs. Sam Dixon John Bayliss Ederington Louis Wlson Ederington Mrs. Mary Catherine Ederington Jean Frisby Mac Galaway Roy Galaway "Dutch" Gravenmier Graham Hampton Pearl Hampton Harris family Mr. Harrod Ann Hedrick James Thomas Henry Noel Henry Perry Herring Judy Hollensworth Barbara Lynn Hughes Ted Hurley Irene (black) Bobby Wayne Johnson Leonard Johnson Loran Johnson Otto Johnson Jonas Jones (black) Mr. Tandy Key Joe Knickerbocker Mrs. Jessie Krug Tad Krug Dale Leonard Barbara Lephiew Mrs. Katherine Lephiew Johnny Lipton John Little Clifford J. Mansfield Curry Martin Ernie Martin Mary Lou Martin Ned McFarland Hugh McInnis Mr. J. D. McMurry James Moore Jess Moseley Stella Neal Everett Neely Jimmy Neely Marvin O'Neal Beverly Outlaw W. T. Outlaw Marshall Parker Red Parker James Plair Dale Pope Donald Ragar Ray Roberts Mrs. Rowell Ray Rowell Jimmy Russell Gerard Sangster Helen Sangster Rufus Saunders Larry Self Mrs. Self Coach Travis Smalling Principal W. T. Smalling Barnard Smith Officer Smith Mr. J. E. Steward Gale Stuart John Buck Swan Charles Tadlock Kay Max Taylor Lester Temple Louis Thompson Kenneth Threlkeld Clyde Tracy Bruce Walker Amos Warren Ray Wheeler Francis Wheeler Coach Bill Woodiel
Into The Mouth of The Cannon: A Historical Biography of the
This is a historically accurate researched history of the 18th Arkansas Infantry
Old Times Not Forgotten: A History of Drew County, AR
$19.50 + $2.50 mailing, by Rebecca DeArmond-Huskey, 450 pages,
Special thanks to Bill Sharp for typing and providing some of this information.
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