2 edition of Masonic deaths in Arkansas, 1838-1916 found in the catalog.
Masonic deaths in Arkansas, 1838-1916
1999 by Arkansas Genealogical Society in Hot Springs, AR (P.O. Box 908 Hot Springs 71902-0908) .
Written in English
|Statement||abstracted and compiled by Arlene LaGrone.|
|Contributions||LaGrone, Arlene., Arkansas Genealogical Society.|
|LC Classifications||F410 .M15 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) ;|
|LC Control Number||2001273619|
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Arlene LaGrone Donated to Arkansas Genealogical Society for Publication. To order write: Arkansas Genealogical Society, PO BoxHot Springs, AR Masonic deaths in Arkansas, by,Arkansas Genealogical Society edition, in English. Masonic deaths in Arkansas Click to read more about Masonic deaths in Arkansas, by Arlene LaGrone.
LibraryThing is a cataloging and Masonic deaths in Arkansas networking site for bookloversAuthor: Arlene LaGrone. The Arkansas Genealogical Society recently published a book entitled Masonic Deaths in 1838-1916 book The book was abstracted and compiled from the Annual Proceeding of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge Masonic deaths in Arkansas the State of Arkansas by Ms Arlene LaGrone of Hope, AR, who very generously donated the compilation to AGS for publication.
Masonic Deaths in Arkansas CD $ This CD is an index of the deaths of Masons in Arkansas from to and from to The missing years of to were not available to the compiler at that time.
Mrs. 1838-1916 book addition to 1838-1916 book records noted in newspapers (see Arkansas Periodicals, 1838-1916 book, and Manuscript Collections), Arkansas Genealogical Society's Masonic Deaths in Arkansas, ' (Hot Springs: Arkansas Genealogical Society, ) contains abstracts and supplemented data compiled from annual proceedings of the Grand Lodge.
Arkansas Prior Masonic deaths in Arkansas ·Index. Masonic Deaths in Arkansas 2. Probate: of Arkansas, v. I: [8' ] Burial Roster. Index to Wills and Administrations of Arkansas from the Earliest to 3. Military: Revolutionary War a.
Gilbert C. Dinn, "Arkansas Post in. Masonic deaths in Arkansas, by Arlene LaGrone: Matters and Things in General: Being a Desultory of Miscellaneous Wisdom gleaned from newspapers published in Arkansas during its Territorial Years by Mary Fletcher Worthen: Merry Wives of Maggody by Joan Hess.
Masonic Deaths in Arkansas: Arkansas Genealogical Society: Masonic Death Records from the Grand Lodge of Arkansas, Desmond Walls Allen: Masonic Death Records from the Grand Lodge of Arkansas, Desmond Walls Allen: Northwest Arkansas Connections: Selected Obituaries.
Birth* 1 Aug Sarah was born at Jefferson Co., Arkansas, on 1 Aug Census* Sarah, Nancy, John, James and Joseph listed as a Masonic deaths in Arkansas member living with Elias Daniel Culpepper in the Census at Darysaw, Jefferson Co., Arkansas.
28 m-p. hh Census* Sarah, Nancy, John, James, Masonic deaths in Arkansas, Joseph, Martha, Malcolm and Francis listed as a household. I then found him in the Masonic Deaths in ARthis source dates his death as 8 MAY in Little River County.
WILL FOLLOW UP ON YEAR OF HIS DEATH ASAP He was a member of the Winthrop Lodge. Can you update this date on his Findagrave page. The book is located at the Arkansas Studies Institute in Little Rock (pg.5). Many Thanks~ Nancy. Funeral Records of Crawford County, Arkansas, Book of Burials: Vol.
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Death of Father: 20 Dec His father George Washington Culpepper of Meriwether Co., GA died on 20 Dec at Lone Oak, Meriwether Co., Georgia. Death* 1 Nov He died at Lone Oak, Meriwether Co., Georgia, on 1 Nov at age 69 Death Notices from The Meriwether County Vindicator Volume 31, December 5, - November 27, Algernon Mordant Goodnough, - A profile from the Memorial and Biographical History of Northern California (), who was born in Illinois, raised in Vermont, and earned a degree from the Yale Theological Seminary.
After serving churches in Connecticut and California, he became a dealer in musical instruments and was known for his. Little Bibliography in 8 Categories a Little Annotated. Texas Masonic Deaths: With Selected Biographical Sketches. Heritage, Keystone (a magazine; — The Arkansas Form Book.
Little Rock, AR: W. Woodruff, — Indictment for Treason In the Circuit Court of the United States, for the Eastern District of Arkansas. Although he is thought to have been a Freemason, no record has been found. Mackey's Encyclopedia shows a facsimile of a shipping mark with Masonic emblems sent to Eliot from England.
Elizabeth I () Queen of England and Ireland from Anderson referred to her in his first Book of Constitutions of the Grand Lodge of England. *29) Three Wagons Trains from Arkansas by Don Guenther consisted of three trains that split and went different routes.
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80 percent from disease, as opposed to 60 percent of the deaths of white soldiers, because of inferior camps, as well as the fact more were in poorer heath than their white comrades when they enlisted. In Pine Bluff, Arkansas, a black soldier who refused to get off the. Many dates here come from the California Death Index, Social Security Death Index, marriage records, obituaries, from cemetery records either at Habing Family Funeral Home or the tombstones, census records and from the book of recorded deaths,at the California State Archives in.
At the time of their deaths I was very ill, but have a faint recolection of Oswin's, altho, and none at all of Tommy's. Your brothers funeral took place in Masonic order on the 10th of October, and was attended by a large concourse of people, and his funeral sermon was.
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