Family Files Index – C

Key :
A – Arkansas
AC – Atkins Chronicle
AFH – Arkansas Family Historian
AG – Arkansas Gazette
AHQ – Arkansas Historical Quarterly
B – Biography
CD – Courier Democrat
CCHQ – Craighead County Historical Quarterly
DAR – Daughters of the American Revolution magazine
DPD – Dardanelle Post Dispatch
DT – Dover Times
G – Genealogy
JCHQ – Johnson County Historical Quarterly
PCHA – Pope County Historical Association
PCHQ – Pope County Historical Quarterly
PD – Dardanelle Post Dispatch
UDC – United Daughters of the Confederacy Magazine
V F – Vertical File
YCHQ – Yell County Historical and Genealogical Society Bulletin
b. – born
d. – died
m. – married
Jno. – John
Robt. – Robert
Thos. – Thomas
Wm. – William
* – Indicates contact information available at library

Family Files – C

CAGLE FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Cagle family data contributed by Viva Moore.

CAGLE FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Computer printout: Descendants of Michael and Margaret (Standridge) Branch,
See – Branch Family

CAGLE FAMILY (G 929.2 Cag)
Cagle, John G. The Cagle Family in the South (3 volumes).

CAGLE FAMILY (G 929.2 Hor)
Horton, James Lee “Jimmy”. Hortons & Evans Families of Conway & Pope County Arkansas, Related families: Weavers, Teeters, Cagles, Kinders, Coopers, Dobbs, Gideon, Henry, Boggess, McCullough, McCaige and others, July 2003.

CAIN FAMILY (G Ark 929.2)
A Generation of Cousins from Marshall County, MS to Marion Co., AR : McGee, Crownover, McCauley, Cain, McGuire, & Reed.
AFH Sept. 1988, p. 156.

CAISSON FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
Last will & Testament of Grace Potts Caisson dated 1969
P C H Q Dec., 1989 p. 234.

CAISSON FAMILY (Ark 976.732)
Will : Grace Potts Caisson
P C H Q December, 1989. p.234.

CALDWELL FAMILY (Ark 976.798)
Craighead Co. Hist Q., vol. VII, no. 1, p. 2.

CALDWELL FAMILY (G 929.2 Bea)
Beadle, Mary M. A Bicentennial History of Eleven Pioneer Families

CALE FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Mr. & Mrs. D. C. Cale of Chickalah celebrated 60th wedding anniversary PD 21 Dec. 1939.
Mr. & Mrs. D.C. Cale of Chickalah have reunion PD 12-24-36.

CALLAN FAMILY (Ark 976.738)
Family unit chart: William Dwight Callan, b. 1836 and Nancy Jane Huff, b. 1848, Yell Co., Ark. Yell County Historical Society Bulletin Jan., Feb., Mar. 1995. p. 33.

CALLAN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
G. M. Callan and wife of Dardanelles celebrate 50th anniv.
P D 4-1-54.

CALLAN FAMILY (Ark 385.09767 Hul)
Everett Dwight Callan, b. 1898 at Mt. Nebo area. Associated with D & R Railroad. d. 1988.
See – D & R Railroad by Hull, p. 27.

CALLAN FAMILY (V F – Pope)
52-year employee remembers #8; Dardanelles Dinkey 90 and Still Pulling.
See – Pope County – Roadways.

CALLAWAY FAMILY (G 929.2 Lap)
LaPin, Deirdre. Hogs In The Bottom: Family Folkore in Arkansas, 1982. Families Included: Jonhson-Dixon Family, Peyton-Hill Family, Keller-Henry Family, Rocconi-Fratesi, Johnson-Tolefree, Hollins-Callaway, and Williams-Tucker.

CALLOWAY FAMILY (Ark 917.6749)
Baker, Jesse W. 80 Years in Ark. River Road Press, 1972.

CAMP FAMILY (Ark 976.732)
The family of Sarah Camp. Mother of Marinda Humphries Williams, early settler of Pope Co. PCHQ June 1997, p. 37. (Other ancestors of Sarah Camp included)

CAMPBELL FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Family Group sheet : Ralph R. Campbell
Family Group sheet : Henry Sterling Campbell & wife Nora.

CAMPBELL FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Family data : William C. & Lucinda Blackburn Humphrey Campbell. Includes Military records and death certificates. William C. Campbell born in Gipson County, Tenn. CSA & USA.
Contributed by Cornelia Daniels of Dardanelle.

CAMPBELL FAMILY (G Dickey 929.2)
Robert Campbell born 1718 in County Down, Ireland of Va. & Tenn.
From : The Dickeys from Antrim to Arkansas by William E. Dickey, p. 62.

CAMPBELL FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Information concerning William Carson Campbell born 1844.
See – Taylor Family.

CAMPBELL FAMILY (G 929.2 Ali)
Allison, Charlene L. Ancestors of James H. Langford and Catherine Nancy Rae Campbell: two hundred years of family history / by Charlene Langford Allison and Ruby Bonds Mathis. – Pope County (Ark.) 1986. 300 p. ; 28 cm.
1. Langford family 2. Campbell family I. Title

CAMPBELL FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
Story of Mrs. Caroline Maloneg Campbell. PCHQ June, 2000. p. 52.

CAMPBELL FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
Family data concerning Edward Campbell born 1791 in N.C. and lived in Williamson Co., Tenn.; Henry Co., Tenn.; and Pope Co., Ark.
PCHQ vol. 15, no. 4, June 81.

CAMPBELL FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Campbell family data contributed by Viva Moore. Letter concerning Elmora Elizabeth Campbell and Will Campbell.

CAMPBELL FAMILY (G 929.2 Cam)
Campbell, Edward E. Edward Campbell, Sr. 1746 – 1825 and his descendants of the first generation ? Edward E. Campbell. – [s.l. : s. n.] 75 p. ; 28 cm.
1. Campbell family. 2. North Carolina–Genealogy. I. Title

CAMPBELL FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Family data concerning Thomas Henry Campbell and daughter Mrs. Blanche Wright.
See – Wright Family.

CAMPBELL FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Family data concerning Elihu Campbell family contributed by Viva Moore.
See – Suggs Family.

CAMPBELL FAMILY (G 929.2 Phi)
Phillips, V.N. (Bud). Ozark Cousins (Families include: Phillips, Hamlin, Loy, Timberlake, Houston, Brasel, Ethridge, Riddle/Reddell, Greenhaw, Campbell, Holt, Carlton, Bunch, Milsap, Blackwood, Davis, Standridge, Terry, Bowman, Park, Hughes, Page, Meadows, Hull, Howard, Storms, Ross), 1974.

CAMPBELL FAMILY (G 929.2 Fam)
McCain and Campbell Folklore by Margaret McCain C. Campbell.

CANADA FAMILY (Ark 976.738)
Family Cemetery : located in Sorgum Hollow near Mt. Magazine,
Yell County Historical Society Bulletin, vol. 8, no. 4, 1983. p. 62.

CANERDAY FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pic)
Photograph: Pearl Turnabow Canerday with son, Lemus Boyd & R. L. Canerday.
A Pictorial History of the Arkansas River Valley vol. 2., p. 16.

CANERDAY FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Mr. & Mrs. L.B. Canerday of Dardanelle will celebrate 50th anniversary.
CD Feb. 6, 1983.

CANSLER FAMILY (G 929.2 Hof)
Hoffman, Laban Miles. Our Kin. Gateway Press. 1976. 585 pp.
T. 1. Hoffman Family. 2. Rhyne family

CANTRELL FAMILY (Ark 976.744)
Family History : The Cantrell family genealogy.
Faulkner Facts & Fiddlings. July, 1961, p. 11.

CAPEN FAMILY (G 929.2 Tha)
Thayer, Elisha. Family Memorial. Genealogy of Fourteen Families of the Early Settlers of New England, of the names of Alden, Adams, Arnold, Bass, Billings, Capen, Copeland, French, Hobart, Jackson, Paine, Thayer, Wales and White, 1835.

CARDEN FAMILY (V F – Ark – Yell)
Carden’s Bottom decline linked to King Cotton. AG Oct. 19, 1980. 2F.
(Families of James, H.M., W.H., & Rollow Carden.)
See – Arkansas–Yell Co.–Carden’s Bottom

CARDEN FAMILY (V F – Pope)
James Carden left Mo in1818 and settled in Carden Bottom. He married Jace Tiner from Galley Rock. Their sons were H.M., George, James, & Tom.
Cardens Bottom Decline Ark. Gaz. 19 Oct 1980. 2F
See – Pope Co.–Communities. Carden Bottom-

CARDEN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Newspaper clipping s concerning W. H. Carden & Carden Bottom. Contributed by Mrs. Rollow Carden of Russellville, Ark.

CARDER FAMILY (G Ark. 929.2)
A study of the Carders in South Carolina during the period 1790-1850 by James L. Carder. AFH, v. XV, no. 4, p. 208.

CARDIN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Notes of Plainview, Yell Co., Ark. from W. A> Strickland’s notebook.
See – Yell Co.–Cities & Towns–Plainview.

CARDWELL FAMILY (Ark 976.71405)
Two Family Histories: Part II. The Cardwells by Robert Plumles.
Flashback. May 1985, p. 32.

CAREY FAMILY (Ark 976.733)
Biographical Information: Caleb Carey b. Alabama 1818. Later moved TN and Johnson Co., AR
Johnson County Historical Society Journal. April, 1988, p. 11.

CAREY FAMILY (Ark 976.733)
Caleb Carey; Dr. A.B. Carey. Johnson Co. Hist. Quarterly.
April 1988, # 1, p. 11.

CARGILE FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Computer printout: Descendants of Mary J. (Branch) and William Mendenall.
See -Branch family

CARLISLE FAMILY (COLWILL) (Ark 976.732 Pop)
A family history of Zachariah & Jennie Colwill Carlisle. Jenny was native to Devenshire, England. Family once lived in Gumlog, Pope Co., AR.
PCHQ p. 203.

CARLISLE FAMILY (G 929.2 Tho)
Thomas, Don Martin. Documentation History vol. 1. The author, 1994.

CARLTON FAMILY (Ark 976.716)
Lackey, Walter F. History of Newton Co., Ark. p. 303.

CARLTON FAMILY (Ark 976.716)
The Pioneer Carltons. Newton County Homestead, vol. I, # 2, August 1959. p.9.

CARLTON FAMILY (Ark 976.716)
The Pioneer Carltons ( Anderson Carlton). Newton County Homestead August, 1959. p. 9.

CARLTON FAMILY (G 929.2 Phi)
Phillips, V.N. (Bud). Ozark Cousins (Families include: Phillips, Hamlin, Loy, Timberlake, Houston, Brasel, Ethridge, Riddle/Reddell, Greenhaw, Campbell, Holt, Carlton, Bunch, Milsap, Blackwood, Davis, Standridge, Terry, Bowman, Park, Hughes, Page, Meadows, Hull, Howard, Storms, Ross), 1974.

CARNAHAN FAMILY (John etc.) (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Some early settlers at Coal Hill. Early Missionaries in Ark by Rev. Peter Carnahan. Maumelle area.
Notes from McDonald’s “History of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church” Pioneers & Makers of Ark.
Maumelle Area has….
Early Presbyterians in Arkansas by Rev. Alfred E. Carnahan.

CARNAHAN FAMILY (G 929.2 Car)
Carnahan, Norman. The Carnahan Family: Plus Hall’s and Fuquay’s, June 2002.

CAROLAN FAMILY (Ark 976.737)
Samuel Thompson Carolan who came from Morgan County Ala to Logan County, AR ca 1866. Wagonwheels Summer, 83. p. 12.

CARPENTER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Article submitted by Clyde Carpenter concerning M.C. Robinson Family.
See – Robinson Family

CARPENTER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Sammie & John F. Carpenter married 71 yrs. Lived in Russellville. CD June 29, 97.

CARPENTER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Family Group Sheet: Vernon (b. 1920 at Dover) and wife Katherine Mansfield, b. 1926 at Treat)

CARPENTER FAMILY (G 929.2 Roc)
Rockett, John Franklin. Rockett, Rhodes, Ware, Abernathy, Carpenter, …1981-1981.

CARPENTER FAMILY (V F Fam. Hist.)
Register report for Avarilla Meadows, Other names included are: Hawks, Smithm Robbins, Ragsdale, Ledford, Henry, Hull, and Yarber. Oct. 11, 2009; Funeral record for Mary Linda Smith, Stillwell, OK, June 4, 1969.

CARREL FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Information concerning Will Carrel born in Yell CO. 1875.
See – Taylor Family.

CARRELL FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Bible records. Info. – Tom Carrell family. Yell County, AR – lived Plainview and Danville area, ca 1872.

CARRIGAN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Birth Certificate & family group sheets concerning Ida Carrigan, daughter of J. W. Gussie Carrigan. Contributed by Mary Humphrey.

CARRINGTON FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
Family group sheet: Dicie Carrington, b. 1784, Orange Co., N.C. Nathaniel Carrington of Orange Co. PCHQ Sept. 92, p. 152.

CARROLL FAMILY (Ark 976.738)
Family history : William T. Carroll of Yell County, Arkansas.
Yell County Historical Bulletin, vol. 8, no. 4, 1983. P. 13.

CARSON FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Letter: Alvin Murdock to Pottsville ARP Church, 10-6-78 concerning J. W. Carson, Robt. B. Carson, Sarah A. Carson. 1p.
Letter: Thomas G. Morras to Alvin Murdock Cot. 19, 1978, concerning J. W. Carson.

CARTER FAMILY (G 929.2 Vir)
Virdin, Donald Odell. Some pioneer Delaware families / by Donald Odell Virdin. – Arlington, Va.: Virden, 1977. 240 p. ; 28 cm.
Bibliography: p. 195-196. Includes indexes.
1. Virden family. 2. Delaware–Genealogy. 3. Broadway family. 4. Carter family. 5. Gilder Family. 6. Lowber family. 7. Marvel family. 8. Register family. 9. Reynolds family. 10. Rodney Family. I. Title

CARTER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Group sheets concerning Carter family of Stanley Co., N.C. and related families. Contributed by Lina Boyd.

CARTER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Smith, Frances M. Carter Family and It’s History. Franklin Co. Hist. Society Journal.
See – Carter Family.

CARTER FAMILY (V F – Fam Hist.)
Letter concerning Carter family from Mary Jane Carter of Okarche,OK.

CARTER FAMILY (Ark 976.732)
History of Pope County, vol. I, p. 300.
See – Jordan, Clem Woodson.

CARTER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Henry & Grace Christo Carter of Dardanelle celebrate 60th anniversary.
PC 8-1-79.
Mr. & Mrs. Travis Carter of Yell County celebrate 50th anniversary. Yell Co. Record 4-18-74.

CARTER FAMILY (G 929.2 Hie)
Heirs Records Committee. The Heirs Genealogy.
The Committee, 1974.

CARTER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Clipping: Lonnie Carter, an early resident of Blackwell.
Morrilton Democrat, April 25, 1930.

CARTER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Computer printout: Descendants of Mary J. (Branch) and William Mendenall.                                                                                 See -Branch Family.

CARTER FAMILY (G Ark. 929.2)
Carter family manuscript given to Quaker Room of Guilford College, N.C. AFH, v. XV, no. 2, p. 73.

CARTER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Pedigree chart for Nancy Jane Carter (b. 1888) dau. of William Carter and Mary Frances Collins. Submitted by Nancy Chaddock, 2008.

CARTER FAMILY (G 929.2 Cla)
“References on the Dockray, Carter, Anthony, Johnson, and Dale families,”
Arkansas Pioneers and Allied Families, Vol. I, p. 151, by Mrs. Larry P. Clark.

CARTER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
See: Hillis Family.

CARTER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
See: Reynolds Family.

CARTER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Judy Carter. “The Patchwork of her life” The Courier 22 April 2012.

CARUTHERS FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Family sheet.

CARUTHERS FAMILY (G Carothers 929.2)
Crouthers, Bill. Carothers, Carruthers, Caruthers, Correthers, Crouthers Genealogical Research & Publications, 1981, pp. 85.
Contents: Andrew Neely born 1809 in N.C.; moved to Pope Co. Ark. in 1836.

CARUTHERS FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
See: Reynolds Family.

CASEY FAMILY (Ark 976.733)
Data concerning W. E. Casey (b. 1869) family.
Jo. Co. Hist. Q., April 82, p. 40.

CASEY FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
PCHA contest entry by Alicia Williamson (Charley Lee Casey, b. 1891 Searcy Co. Arkansas)
See – Williamson Family

CASEY FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
E. H. & Kate Casey of Russellville celebrate 60th anniversary.
CD 16 May 1984.
Family group sheet : C.L. & Lizzie Melissa Boyd Casey. Lived Dover
obit : Lizzie Melissa Casey – Courier April 14, 1966.
obit : Dwayne L. Casey, b. 3 -18-93

CASEY FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
The Casey history written by George Casey and brother, Abner.
Contributed by Piney Page.
(V F – Fam. Hist.)
Music clubs honor Robert Casey Family. [ of ATU & Russellville]
CD May 1, 1986.

CASEY FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Casey Family Reunion PCHQ vol. 30, #2, June 1996. p. 33.

CASEY FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Francis M. Casey, b. 1853 Newton Co. AR., fa. Levi m. Didamiah Daniels. Fa. later moved to Marion Co., AR & died in 1863. Francis moved to Texas 1878.
Asearchin News———- p. 146.

CASEY FAMILY (G 929.2 Cas)
Casey Clan Tidings newsletters, 1995-2004.

CASSELL FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Typewritten manuscript contributed by Troy Massey, student of Ark. Tech.

CASSELL FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Massey, James Troy comp. The Cassell family history: Related families of Allen, Bohannon, and Sikes.

CASTEEL FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
PCHQ Dec. 93, p. 42.

CASTEEL FAMILY (G 929.2 Ear)
Early pioneer families of Buffalo Sector. (Baxter Co.)
(Dr. William Casteel who married at Miss Akins)

CASTEN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
See Drittler Family

CASTLEBERRY FAMILY (Ark 976.738)
Family history : David Lumpkin Castleberry of Briggsville, Yell County, Arkansas.
Yell County Historical Society Bulletin, vol. 8, # 4, 1983. p. 7.

CASTLEBERRY FAMILY (Ark 976.738)
Sullivan, T. H. A history of Briggsville Township in Yell County, Ark. p. 8.

CASTO FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Clipping: It took two teams to get wagon up mountain.
CD June 5, 1983. (Jake Castro)

CASTRO FAMILY (CASTO) (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Castros to mark 50th anniversary. (John Castro of Appleton)
C D 22 Sept. 1985.

CATER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Photocopy: Cater Family Bible. ( George & Mary cater, b. 1782 and 1787)

CATES FAMILY (G 929.2 Tro Pt. 1)
Troutman, Margaret Ann (Smith) The Smith-Cates Families of Northwest Arkansas. Washington Co. Hist. Soc. 1963.
T. 1. Smith-Cates Family 2. Cates family.

CATHCART FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
50th anniversary of Robert & Shelby Cathcart. The Courier 27 May 2012.

CATHEY FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Ten family group records.

CATLETT FAMILY (Ark 976.737)
Family History : Berry Hicks Catlett of Walker County, Georgia. Moved to Roseville, Arkansas about 1868.
Wagonwheels, Summer, 1983. p. 2.      Wagonwheels, Fall, 1982. p. 12.

CATLETT FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
See – Stirman Family.
Dardanelle’s Oldest? Sept. 12, 43. By Louise Parks.

CATO FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
James Cato Family settled in Greenbrier Creek in the Community of Cato, Faulkner Co. Ark. Dem. Gazette, July 23, 00. 7R.
See – Arkansas – Faulkner Co.

CATT FAMILY (G Ark 929.2)
The family of William and Margaret Phillips Catt & daughter Francis Dolly, b. 7 Nov 1832. Arkansas Family Historian, vol. 24, no. 3, Sept. 1986, p. 20.

CAUDLE FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Tom & Lena Caudle plan 50th anniversary. CD 22 Nov. 1966.

CAUDLE FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
The Family of Thomas A. Caudle born near Hector, Ark. on March 28, 1890. Mr. Caudle’s great grandfather came to Ark. from Tennessee ca 1839.

CAUDLE FAMILY (G 929.2 Pet)
Petty, James Darwin & Natalie Janelle Petty Dean. Petty’s with a Heart of Gold (other families include: Pryor, Dickey, Ross, Wisdom, Coffman, Tripp, Caudle, and Tucker), 1997.

CAULK FAMILY (Ark 976.737)
The Caulks of “Caulksville” Logan Co., Ark. Wagon Wheel, vol. no. 2, Oct. 80, p. 20.

CAUTHORN FAMILY (Ark 976.737)
Data concerning Walter Cauthron born in Franklin Co., Ga. 3-24-1797. Moved to Illinois, then to Logan Co., Ark. Wagon Wheel, vol. 1, no. 2, Oct. 80, p. 40.

CAUTHRON FAMILY (G 929.2 Cla)
The family of Col. Walter Cauthron of Logan Co. Ark.
Ark. Pioneers & Allied Families – p. 61.

CAVINESS FAMILY (Ark 976.738)
James Caviness of Scott County, Ark. YCHQ, Nov. 82, p. 172.

CAWHORN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Notes from Mrs. W. T. Bledsoe. (Tom & John Cawhorn).

CAZORT FAMILY (V F – Page Coll.)
Pauline Cazort Berry by Piney Page. CD, Je 5, 77.

CAZORT FAMILY (V F – Page Coll.)
Valiant slave cared for his white family. CD, Dec. 23, 77.

CAZORT FAMILY (Ark 976.33)
“The Cazort Family” Ark. Valley Hist. Papers, August 1957, no. 15, p. 1.
(Ark 976.733)
Jo. Co. Hist. Soc., 1975-1976, p. 14.

CAZORT FAMILY (Ark 016 Can)
May Hope Moore Papers (Of Johnson, Jackson, & Conway Cos.)
Manuscript Resources for Women’s studies by Andrea E. Cantrells, p. 16.

CAZORT FAMILY (G 929.2 Cla)
“History of the Garner-Humphry-Cazort Families in Early Arkansas,” Arkansas Pioneers and Allied Families, Vol. I, p. 52, by Mrs. Larry P. Clark, 1976.

CECIL FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
PCHA contest entry by Danielle Williams. (Clark Akers m. Julia Bells Cecil in Pulaski County, Virginia. Descendants live in Pope Co., Arkansas
See – Akers family.

CHAFFIN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Family Group sheet: William Jasper Chaffin, b. 2 Aug. 1862 and wife Martha Caroline Moores, b. 15 Feb. 1866.

CHAMBERS FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Bob & Sybil Rowland Chambers celebrate 50th anniversary. CD 17 Nov. 1982.

CHAMBERS FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
A Short history of Chambersburg, PA. ( founded by James, Robert, Joseph, & Benjamin Chambers).
(V F – Fam. Hist.)
Mary Sue Ewing Collection
Young Arkansas invents Musical Instruments ( Bill Jim Chambers of Russellville)
Arkansas Gazette Nov. 27, 1938 Magazine Sec.
(V F – Fam. Hist.)
Short History of life of Wm. J. Chambers, b. July 18 1869.

CHAMBERS FAMILY (Ark. 976.732 Pop)
Bennett and Rebecca Chambers, early settlers of Pope Co. AR. after 1840 census of Wheatley Co. TN. Bennett & Greenbarry Chambers migrated to Pope Co. AR. PCHQ Sept. 1997 p. 27. (Other family included)
See also – PCHQ Dec. 1997, p. 40.

CHAMBERS FAMILY (Ark 976.73 Pic.)
Photograph: John, Will, Henry, — Mary, Ann, Margaret Ann, & Lucy Neil.
A Pictorial History of the Ark. River Valley vol 2, p. 7.

CHAMBERS FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)                                                                    Letter of Inquiry: William James Chambers, b. 18 July, 1869 in Russellville. Died Gould January 27, 1966.

CHAMPION FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
See: Pierce Family.

CHANDLER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Nennie & Tennie (twins) Chandler of Dardanelle celebrate 95th birthday
CD 27 Sept. 1977.

CHANDLER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Letter to Elijah Chandler from Daniel Pratt, Prattville, Alabama, dated Feb. 2 (no year).

CHANEY FAMILY (V F Fam. Hist)
A Tragic Autumn in Civil War Days by Ruth Bowler. ( Hezekiah Chaney of Mt. Grove, Mo.) Oz. Mountaineer, Nov. 1955 p. 12.
See Chaney Family file

CHANEY FAMILY (G Ark 929.2)
Bible records: C.C. Chaney original owner. AFH, Jan., Feb., Mar. 1978, p. 17.

CHANEY FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Family group sheet: James Ambrose Chaney ( b. 8-28-55 MO, d. 10-18-1923 Newton Co. AR) & wife Ora Curry.

CHAPMAN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Computer printout: Descendants of Mary J. (Branch) and William Mendenall.
See – Branch family.

CHAPMAN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Children host party for James Chapman. C D, Jan. 23, 1980.

CHAPMAN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Rubert and Virginia Heralson Chapman married 50 years
A C 11 Dec, 1978.
Children host party for James Chapmans of Russellville.
CD 23 Jan. 1980.

CHAPMAN FAMILY (V F Fam. Hist.)
Four generations photo: Jim and Evelyn Chapman, Cherilyn Chapman and Richard Fisher, Roy and Val Fisher, Danielle Brown, Miranda Rae Brown, Kristy, Josh, and Kaida Lynn Chapman. Courier, July 26, 2009.

CHAPPEL FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Material contributed by Elsie Cossey.

CHAPPEL FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
Query & family group sheets: Thomas Frank Chappell, b. 1861 & wife Ruth Elnora Wilson of Johnson & Pope Cos. AR PCHQ Sept, 1992. p. 149.

CHAPPELL FAMILY (Ark 976.737)
The Chappell family of Virginia, North Carolina, West Tenn., and Roseville, Franklin Co., Ark. Wagon Wheels, vol. 1, no. 1, July 80, p. 26.

CHASTAIN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Letter from Clark E. Chastain to Tate C. Page telling history of Chastain family – Franklin County.

CHASTAIN FAMILY (G 929.2 Cha)
Chastain, Lowell B. Virginia Chastains Genealogy & Family History, 1983.

CHASTAIN FAMILY (G 929.2 Cla)
“Edward Bruce Chastain,” Arkansas Pioneers and Allied Families, Vol. I, p. 119, by Mrs. Larry P. Clark, 1976.

CHEEK FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Cheek relatives have get-together. ( John B. & Mary Eliza Cheek of Gattieville, Conway Co.) AC 8 Aug. 1979.
Mr. & Mrs. Wilson Cheek celebrate 50th. AC 16 Dec. 1981.
E.E. Cheek family reunion at Dover AC 3 Aug. 1983.

CHEEK FAMILY (Ark 976.731)
John B. Cheek, b. July 2, 1846 – moved from Newton Co., MS in 1879.
See – Williams, Thomas Woodrow Hattieville : Old Hickory
Joe Holbrook Prtg? 1992, p.33.

CHEEK FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Recollections of Mrs. W.T. Bledsoe. (1950)
See – Spears Family
(V F – Fam. Hist.)
Work keeps Cheek [Wholesale Grocery] Growing. CD Oct. 29, 1978. 4-C.

CHEEK FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Birthday of Mrs. M. E. Cheek recalls interesting history of Pioneer family.
AC, 11-24-33.
See – Cheek Family.

CHEEK FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Cheek relatives have get-together here. AC, 8-8-79.
Papers from Mary Sue Ewing Collection.

CHEEK FAMILY (G 929.2 Chu)
The Ancestors and Descendants of John Burris Cheek and Harriet (Woodham) Cheek, Mary Eliza (Hargrove) Cheek by Olen R. Churchill and Mary Jo (Cheek) Churchill.

CHENOWITH FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
The Chenowith Family in America.
John Chenowith, b. ea 1682.
Children: John, b. 1706; Mary, b. 1708; Richard, b. 1710; Hannah, b. 1713; Arthur, b. 1716; Thomas, b. 1720; Ruth, b. 1722.
(Includes Rueben Chenowith of Pope Co.)

CHERRY FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
1. Obit: Sarah Cherry Walker; Elmer E. Cherry; Ray Coy Cherry; & Victor Cherry of Crawford & Yell County.
2. See – Mason Family file.

CHESHIER FAMILY (Ark 976.797)
Info: Jonathan Chesier, born 1805 in N.C. & Nancy Sainer Chesier , born 1807 in N.C. The Stream of History, v. XI, July 1973, no. 3, p. 23.

CHESNEY FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
A brief history of the Oliver Wilson Chesney family of Yell County.

CHESSER FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
James F. Chesser Sr. family
James F. born York, but S.C. 5/20/1827. m. Amamda E.
PCHQ March, 1997. p. 40.

CHESSER FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
The family of James F., b. 1827 and Amanda E. Chesser.
PCHQ vol. 36,no. 2 June 2002 p. 3.

CHESSER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Ancestor chart compiled by Pricilla Mason. See – Dunn family file.

CHESTEEN FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
Last will and testament of Mary N. Tobey, 1879.
PCHQ Dec. 75 p. 45.

CHEYNE FAMILY (V F – Mc Donald Coll.)
Archibald H. Cheyne makes will July 16, 1854. Mentions slave.
See Erwin Mc Donald Collection (Sturdy Pope CO. Pioneers Live Again)

CHILDERS FAMILY (V F – Fam.)
“Jacob Sr. Childers” by Robert, Carole, Janet & Kathy Sorrels. (Rev. Oct. 2009) Submitted by Sharon Aiken, April 2014.

CHISHOLM FAMILY (DENNIS) (Ark 976.731)
IN 1818 Chisholm sold claim to land on middle fork of Pt. Remove Creek in Cherokee Territory to Robt. Bean. Bits of Conway History, p. 5.

CHISM FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
John B. Chism of Pope & Yell Counties. PCHQ Sept., 70. p. 18.

CHISUM FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Bob Chism and wife of Hector celebrate 50th anniversary. –1979.
Mr. & Mrs. Jess Chism pf Danville celebrate 66 young marriages.
PD 22 Apr. 76.

CHOATE FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Land records for James Choate of Scott County, AR. 1 Mar. 1860.

CHOATE FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Census records for James Choate, Elizabeth Farmer, E.W. Choate, Silas Schoate, Mary Choate and John Choate.

CHOATE FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
“Mary “Minti” Choate” from Debbie Moon-Jenkins. PCHQ June 1984, V. 18-19, pg. 180.

CHOATE FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
James Choate Family’s Journey. 3pages.

CHOATE FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Jesse Claud Choate. “W. W. Vet died Wed. following long illness” CD 29 Mar. 1939. Owner of Telephone Exchange of Pottsville.

CHRISTIAN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Computer printout: Descendants of Mary J. (Branch) and William Mendenall.
See – Branch family.

CHRISTY FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Computer printout: Descendants of Mary J. (Branch) and William Mendenall.
See – Branch family.

CHRISTY FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
1880 Census, Dallas County, Texas concerning Henry Christy age 53 born in Kentucky. Other Christy family data contributed by Mary Humphrey.

CHRISTY FAMILY (YCHQ Jan-Apr., 1992)
Family history: Henry Christy, b. April 1828 in Ky. moved Ark 1861.
YCHQ Jan., Feb., Mar., Apr., 1992. p. 32.

CHRONISTER FAMILY (Ark 976.732)
Mrs. Mary A. Chronister on Oct. 23, 1860 deeds interest in 80 acres to 11 children (children are named). The land was located on Highway 64 east of Pottsville. PCHQ v. XIII, no. 1, Sept. 1978.

CHRONISTER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Photograph: 1915 Moreland. Home of Bill & Margaret Chronister.
AC 8 March, 1978.

CHRONISTER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Letter from J. R. Hudlow of California to Courier Democrat concerning Hudlow & Chronister families.
See – Family History – Hudlow family.

CHRONISTER FAMILY (G 929.2 Lut)
History of Creitz/ Crites/ Critz family. p. 262.

CHRONISTER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Photograph: B. F. & Mary Chronister Davis of Gumlog AC 15 Nov. 1978.
Photograph: Herb & Dallas Chronister in the early 1920’s. no date.

CHRONISTER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Chronister family data concerning 1860 census, contributed by Viva Moore.

CHURCH FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pic)
Photograph: James Alva and Sarah Ann Pack Church with Children. A Pictorial History of the Arkansas River Valley, vol. 2, p. 14.

CHURCH FAMILY (Ark. 976,73 Pic v. 2)
Photograph: Dr. James Bufford and Emily Ann Aday Church m. Sept. 14, 1864.
Pictorial History of the AR River Valley, p. 5.

CHURCH FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Eli Church and wife of Jerusalem celebrate 65th anniversary
C D – 9 Aug, 1976.
George and Delia Price of Russellville observe 60th anniversary 31 May, 1982.

CHURCHILL FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Newspaper clipping from Atkins Chronicle, Aug. 1, 1919.

CHURCHILL FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
J. B. Churchill descendants have reunion. 4C 8 July 1981.
M. K. + Edie Story Churchill descendants have reunion. 5 Aug. 1981.

CIA FAMILY (G 929.2 Lut)
See – Crites Family Book, p. 290-291,

CISCOE FAMILY (V F – Ark.)
Notes on Plainview, Yell Co., Ark. from the W.A. Strickland notebook.
See – Yell Co. – Cities & Towns – Plainview.

CLARDY FAMILY (G Ark 929.2)
The Clardy store as it might have been Chester Clardy.
AFH, v. 19, no. 2, Apr., May, Je. 1979, p. 105.

CLARK FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
Query: A.M. Clark, Hannah Clark & Josiah Clark
PCHQ Sept. 74, p. 25.

CLARK FAMILY (Ark 976.719 Sea)
The family of Jesse Norris Clark and Edna M. Brackett Clark who lived around Dover about 1928, 1931.
Searcy Co. Ancestor Information Exchange Dec. 2002, vol 13, # 4. p. 89.

CLARK FAMILY (V F – Fam Hist.)
Family history concerning the Clark family, contributed by Viva Moore.

CLARK FAMILY (Ark 976.732)
Dunn, Mace. A History of Pottsville, p. 7.
A.V.A. Clark operated the largest sawmill in 1850 near Pottsville.

CLARK FAMILY (Ark 976.733)
Clark, D. R. The Old Clark Place. Jo. Co. Hist. Q., v. IV, no. 2, p. 6.

CLARK FAMILY (Ark 976.716)
The Clark Families of Tennessee & Arkansas by James Martin Clark. Nevada Co. Homestead, April, 1961. p. 50.
(James Martin Clark, son of Abraham, b. Roane Co., TN 1841.)

CLARK FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
Wm. Clark Family Bible Records. PCHQ March 86, p. 51.

CLARK FAMILY (Ark 976.716 New)
Samuel H. Clark, Ann of Abraham K. & Sarah A. Edgmon Clark, was born in Kingston, Roane Co. Texas 16 Jan 1851.
Newton Co. Homestead. Apr. 1961. p. 49.

CLARK FAMILY (Ark 976.733)
Home of Marquis de Lafayette Clark (photo) of Johnson Co.
Jo. Co. Hist. Q. Oct. 1986, p. 57.

CLARK FAMILY (G 929.2 Cla)
“Wensil Marsh (Mrs. Larry P.) Clark – My Story,” Arkansas Pioneers and Allied Families, Vol. I, p. 69, by Mrs. Larry P. Clark, 1976.

CLARK FAMILY (V F – Fam.)
“Ancestry of the Clark Family” prepared by Sylvia C. Shannon from the Washington D. C. archives in the New York Library, July 17, 1962.

CLARKE FAMILY (Ark 976.733)
A History of Johnson Co., p. 144.

CLARKE FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Monroe Clarks of Atkins married 50 yrs. 27 Oct. 1982
Joe Clarks of Russellville, celebrate golden anniversary. 24 Sept. 74.
Mr. & Mrs. D. A. Clark celebrate 50th anniversary on Oct. 30. no date.
Mrs. Lona Clark celebrates 91st birthday. no date.

CLAUNCH FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
Obits: Sarah Ann, Clarence V., J. T. etc. Claunch.
PCHQ March, 90. p. 32.

CLAUNCH FAMILY (Ark 976.732)
Information concerning Harvey & Ellen Claunch of St. Clair Co., Ala. (1830).
PCHQ, vol. 16, no. 2, Dec. 81, p. 68.

CLAY FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Clipping: Kentucky landmark home of distinguished Senator. no date.

CLAYTON FAMILY (V F – Ark.)
Clipping : H Clayton was a resident of Deer, Newton Co. Ark in 1919, when H.J. Krefer killed his daughter, Laura.
See – Arkansas–Newton County

CLAYTON FAMILY (Ark 976.732)
Stories from the Ozarks by Piney Page. CD July 24, 1977.

CLAYTON FAMILY (G Tenn 929.376842)
Information concerning John William, “Flat River William, “ Clayton, b. 1773, Caswell Co., N.C. & died Laurence Co., Tenn, ca 1860.
Laurence County, Tenn Heritage Vol. 1, # 1 Fall 1997.

CLAYTON FAMILY (Ark. 976.705)
Chronicles of Arkansas. 12/9/60 4 A: 6

CLAYTON FAMILY (Ark 976.744)
The Clayton Family at Gap Spring, Faulkner Co, by Cleo C. Clayton. Faulkner Facts & Findings. July, 1961. p.11.

CLAYTON FAMILY (Ark 976.797)
David Clayton & wife Elvira of Alabama & Greene County, Ark.
Stream of History, Jan., April 1978, p. 34.

CLEAVER FAMILY (G 929.2 Owe)
Wm. A. Owens traces his ancestors thru nine states from Penn to Texas. (200 years).

CLELAND FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Clipping: Early history of community told by Mrs. Alice Kempner. (Morris Cleland m. Betty).

CLEMENT FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
The family of Mrs. Lucille Wilson of Plainview, Yell County, Ark.
See – Ark.- Yell Co.- Plainview.

CLEMENTS FAMILY (G Ark 929.2)
Clements Family Bible: Jeptha Clements, b. ca. 1786, N.C. – d. Nov. 1847, Menne Co. Ga. AFH March 1987 p. 31.

CLEMENTS FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Clippings: County’s First Alien Registers (Carl Clements, age 77)
CD June —— 1940 p. 1.
Native of Germany, Carl F. Clements died. CD Sept. 1940. p. 1.

CLEMENTS FAMILY (G 929.2 Cla)
“Ancestral Lines – Bateman, Clements, Edwards, Mathews, Walt, Wortham,” Arkansas Pioneers and Allied Families, Vol. I, p. 453, by Mrs. Larry P. Clark, 1976.

CLEMMER FAMILY (G 929.2 Hof)
Hoffman, Laban Miles Our Kin. Gateway Press. 1976. 585pp.
T. 1. Hoffman Family 2. Rhyne Family

CLEMONS FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Capt. John C. Harris, tanner of Virginia who settled near Spadra Boat Landing. (A handwritten manuscript contributed by Dr. Tate C. Page.)
See – Harris family

CLINE FAMILY (G 929.2 Pay)
James Payne and his descendants through 1966/George Payne, Ozark, Ark. 1967.

CLINE FAMILY (Ark 976.797)
Clayton – Cline Family by Isabel B. Clayton.
Stream of History, April 1978, p. 35.

CLOMAN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Cloman, R. H. – Proprietor of Dover Transfer Company. Russ. Dem., Nov. 3, 1881.

CLONINGER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Descendants of Rev. Fred & Macy G. Cloninger has reunion AC 7/14/82
Mr. & Mrs. Ted Cloninger of Pottsville married 50 yrs. CD Feb. 1, 81.
Letter : Gene Cloninger to Kathleen Strickland (Bell) dated Sept. 2, 1945 from Gulf of Leyte, Phillipine Islands.

CLONINGER FAMILY (V F – Pope)
F.M. & Mary Cloninger family of Bell’s Chapel.
See – Pope Co. – Communities–Bell’s Chapel
(A brief history of the Bell’s Chapel Community by Ardis Tyson. AC 10 Oct. 57.

CLONINGER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Mrs. Gaston recalls Grandfather’s death at the hand of theives.
AC June 13, 47.

CLONINGER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
See – Bell Family.

CLOSE FAMILY (V F – Ark.)
“Clipping”, only remaining landmark in Robertsville, also known as Robertstown, is a cemetery.
(Dr. Ed & Mary Leuvenia Patton Close family) Ark. Dem Gazette, June 28, 01.
See – Arkansas–Conway Co.

CLOUD FAMILY (Ark – 976.732 Pop)
George A. and Sarah F. McAlister Cloud of Pope Co.
George m. 1872, and died 1935.
PCHQ Dec. 1981 p. 55.

CLOUD FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Clipping : Clouds and McAlisters. Pope County Pioneers.
CD Fall 1929?
(George A. Cloud, b. TN June 22, 1857; m. Sallie McAlister)

CLOWERS FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Woolverton Mt. Clifton Clower turns 100. Oz. Mt. May/ June 1992. p. 56.

CLOYD FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Letter from N.J. Finney to A.E. Lain comcerning Cloyd – Williamsons of Tenn.
Contributed by B. W. Jones of Crow Mt.

CLUBB FAMILY (Ark 976.73 Pic)
Photograph : Joshua Newton, Edgar & Rose Durbin Clubb of Johnson Co.
A pictorial history of the AR River Valley, vol. 2. p. 9.

CLUTTS FAMILY (G Ark 929.3767195)
Ola Halsted m. Ray Keith Clutts, 195.
See Searcy Co., Ancestor Information Exchange, vol. XI, no. 6. April 2002.

COBB FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Mrs. A.C. Cobb (Viola) feted at 98th birthday. CD 29 Oct. 1978.

COBB FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
See – Watkins Family. (Some ancestry of John Bullock Watkins III condensed from charts arranged by john B. Watkins, Jr.)

COBB FAMILY (G 929.2 Wed)
Weddington, Andrew Simmons, 1889-
The Cobbs of Tennessee; descendants of John Cobb of Coos Court, County Kent, England, 1324-1968. Produced by Cully Alton Cobb. Compiled by Andrew Simmons Weddington and Christine W. Sheldon. Edited by Lois D. Cobb. Atlanta, Printed by Ruralist Press, 1968.
xvii, 120 p. illus., coats of arms (1 col.) Facsims., gneal. tables, 3 maps, ports. 32 cm. Includes index.
1. Cobb family. I. Cobb, Cully Alton, 1884- II. Sheldon, Christine W., 1901-
III. Cobb, Lo is D., 1889- ed. IV. Title.

COBB FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
William Cobb of Rocky Mt. North Carolina.

COCHRAN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Sam Cochran of Hickeytown to celebrate 75th birthday. CD 18 Aug. 1978
The descendants of Silas Calhon & Laura McClain Cochran have reunion at Pine Log.CD 7 Oct. 1976.

COCHRAN FAMILY (G 929.2 Cla)
“Georgia Harrison Cochran,” Arkansas Pioneers and Allied Families, Vol. I, p. 81, by Mrs. Larry P. Clark, 1976.

COCHRAN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
“Cochran 60th” Anniversary of Richard J. & Christine Cochran. The Courier 5 Feb. 2012.

COCHRANE (COCHREN) FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
The Family Connection of the Cochren, Cochrane surname. Vol. 1, #3 (Fall-Winter–1988).

COEN FAMILY (Ark 976.716)
Reminiscence of Early Families in Newton County. Newton County Homestead (Loose Pages).

COFER FAMILY (Ark 976.738)
Ancestor chart: Ellen Cofer – Robt. Elton Cofer.
Yell Co. Hist. Q., April 81, p. 77.

COFER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Eight generation ancestor chart. Information concerning John T. Cofer born 1819 in N.C.

COFER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
James T. Cofer, Civil War record.
John W. Cofer, Civil War record.

COFFEE FAMILY (Ark 976.733)
Pedigree chart: Thos. J. Coffey, b. 1856; Sallie Evans Coffey, b. 1857, m. 1883, Yell Co. AR.
Yell Co. Hist. Q. Vol. 13, # 3, 1988. p. 17.

COFFEY FAMILY (Ark 976.738)
The Legend of Grandma Coffey by Johnnie Holeman;  YCHQ Nov. 82, p. 121.

COFFEY FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Mr. & Mrs. Lester Coffey of Dardanelle celebrate 50th anniversary
PD Jan 12, 67.

COFFMAN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Former residents cited (Nora Lee & Edra Coffman) AC 30 Jan. 1980
Mr. & Mrs. Clyde Coffman of Atkins celebrate 40th. No date.
Ned & Mary Churchill Coffman of Hector attend reunion. AC 6 June 1979.
Mr. & Mrs. Clyde Coffman celebrate

COFFMAN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
“Clipping”. AC, 6-6-79 – Reunion.

COFFMAN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Warranty Deed signed 3 Nov. 1899 by Frank & Marinda Coffman.
See – Furgerson Family

COFFMAN FAMILY (G 929.2 Pet)
Petty, James Darwin & Natalie Janelle Petty Dean. Petty’s with a Heart of Gold (other families include: Pryor, Dickey, Ross, Wisdom, Coffman, Tripp, Caudle, and Tucker), 1997.

COGGIN FAMILY (G 929.2 Wil)
Wilson, Duane. Phetoma D. Eppe of Davidson Co. N.C. & Pope Co. Arkansas

COGSWELL FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Cogswell Motors to hold open House at facilities on 64-?
CD 4 -21-66

COKER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
See – Coleman family
Mary Elizabeth Coker was James Moore Coleman’s 2nd wife.

COKER FAMILY (Ark 976.705)
Coker family pioneers ( Boone Century) (19. 7. 59) 4 A : 6
Chronicles of Arkansas.

COLBURN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Group sheets contributed by Jimmy Horton.
See – Horton Family.

COLE FAMILY (Ark 976.733)
Biography: George W. Cole, son of James Monroe & Mary Echols Cole of Meredian. Mississippi. Yell County Historical Quarterly January. 1989. p. 47.

COLE FAMILY (V F – Fam)
The Hiram Cole family of Yell Co., AR has cooking pot dating back to the signing of the Declaration of Independence.

COLE FAMILY (G 929.373 Ros)
Info: Dennis Cole, b. 1800 N.C.; sp. 1) Drusha 2) Lucinda Knipper
Grass Roots by Margaret Ross – June 29, 1982 8B.

COLE FAMILY (Ark 976.797)
Uriah Cole of Humphreys Co., Tenn and Jackson Co., Ark.
Stream of History, Jan. 77, p. 2. 37.

COLE FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Cole, Corinne Gwyn. The Cole Family.

COLE FAMILY (G 929.2 Col)
Cole, Gene. The Cole family of Greene County, Arkansas / written and compiled by Gene Cole. – Russellville, Arkansas : Gene Cole, 1996.
461 p. ; 28 cm. Computer print-out.
1. Cole family I. Title

COLE FAMILY (Ark 976.73)
The Cole Family by Corinne Gwyn Cole.
Ark. Valley Hist. Papers, May 1955., no. 7.

COLE FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Clipping : “Roots” CD Aug. 30, 92.(Gene Cole of Russellville tells of finding his father after 34 years.)
See – Slayton family

COLE FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
The ancestral lines of Michael & Jeannie Cole. PCHQ Dec. 1987. p. 216.

COLE FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Family group sheets : James Cole, b. 1826 S.C.; Sarah L. Cole, b. 1853 Ga.; James Gable Cole, b. 1856 Ala.

COLE FAMILY (G 929.2 Rea)
George W. Cole, b. 1857 in Meridian, MS moved Yell Co., AR.
Glimpses of Yesterday by Lucy Reaves. p. 73.

COLE FAMILY (V F – Fam. His.)
Thomas Cole (1784 N.C. – 1857 Perry Co. TN) M. Harriet Bashaw (1789 Va)
dau. of Peter & Francis Bashaw.
(Letters from Vera-Dean-Ross Collection)

COLE FAMILY (G 929.2 Col)
The Coles of Cole’s Hill by John Cole.

COLEMAN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
James Moore Coleman: his ancestors and descendsants by Darel L. Seroggin 1978. (Pages missing) ( James Moore Coleman was married in Van Buren Co. Ark.)

COLEMAN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Austin – Coleman Research by Kathleen Strickland Bell and Mary Rebman for
Betty Ruth Coleman Merrick (December 2008). 58 pgs.
See: Austin Family file

COLKETT FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Letter: Concerning Araminta Colkett born Arkansas ca 1844.

COLKETT FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
Daniel William Colkett sells to Elizabeth Wyatt of Pope various items (Bill of Sale dated 1843.) PCHQ Sept. 73. p. 12.

COLLIER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
The family of E.C. Collier of Yell Co., Ark.
Obit : E.C. Collier, obit : Rebecca Collier.

COLLIER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Bill Colliers of Russellville will celebrate their 50th. CD Jan. 13, 1984.

COLLINS FAMILY (G 929.2 Bea)
Beadles, Mary M. A Bicentennial History of Eleven Pioneer Families.

COLLINS FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Leon Collins & wife are wed 57 years. CD 10 Sept. 1982.
Photograph : 1922 – Adam, Jim, Wayne, Bernell, and Jennie Collins

COLLINS FAMILY (G Ark 929.2)
The story of Collins, Drew Co., ARK.
AFH Jan., Feb., Mar., 1978, p. 62.

COLLINS FAMILY (G 929.2 Lut)
History of Creitz/Crites/Critz Family. p. 288.

COLLINS FAMILY (VF – Fam. Hist.)
Pedigree chart for Nancy Jane Carter (b. 1888), dau. of William Carter and Mary Frances Collins. Submitted by Nancy Chaddock, 2008.

COLVERT FAMILY (G 929.2 Upt)
Upton, James Southerland. The Paulman Family of Arkansas. Privately Printed. n.d., 204p.
T. 1. Paulman family 2. Colvert family 3. Croft Family 4. Hopkins family 5. Lindsey Family 6. Southerland family 7. Strickland family 8. Sull???? family
9. Wilkins family

COMBS FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
See – Stirman Family.

COMBS FAMILY (G 929.2 Cla)
“Ancestors of Wynn Lee Fincher Combs,” Arkansas Pioneers and Allied Families, Vol. I, p. 84, by Mrs. Larry P. Clark, 1976.

COMPTON FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
PCHA Essay contest entry by Crystal Compton of Dover.

CONDLEY FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Arvel Condley of Hector mark 50th. CD 31 Aug. 1980 5-B.

CONDLEY FAMILY (Ark 976.732)
Roy & Sylvia Condley McCuin of Nogo and Welcome Home.
PCHQ, vol. 16, no. 2, Dec. 81, p. 63.

CONELY FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Photocopy : John Anderson Conley, a photograph. ( Presbyterian minister who served in Union Army during Civil War.

CONNALLY FAMILY (G Ark 929.2)
James Monroe Connally, b. 1837 in Marshall County, Alabama, d. 1892, Independence Co., Ark. AFH June 1986. p. 80.

CONNELLY FAMILY (Ark 976.737)
Data concerning family of Theodore J, Connelly born in Oct. 23, 1855.
(Logan County, Ark.) Wagon Wheels, vol. 1, no. 2, Oct. 80, p. 20.

CONNERLY FAMILY (G 929.2 Bea)
Beadles, Mary M. A Bicentennial History of Eleven Pioneer Families.

COOK FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Gordon Cook of Yell & Pope County has a wealth of family history.
Courier Sept. 22, 2002 1C
Photograph: Mr. & Mrs. Newton M. Cook celbrate 50th anniversary
Courier Jan 25, 1981.

COOK FAMILY (G 929.2 Bea)
Beadles, Mary M. A Bicentennial History of Eleven Pioneer Families.

COOK FAMILY (G 929.373)
Jesse Madison Cook, b. 1842 N.C.; Sp. 1) Melvina E. Bradley; CSA soldier d. 1914 Warner, OK. Grass Roots by Margaret Ross Oct. 25, 1979. 8B.

COOK FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
100-year-old woman (Anna Hudson Cook) celebrated 100th birthday at Russellville. CD ? Dec. 1985.
Mr. & Mrs. Newton M. Cook of Appleton observe 50th. CD 25 June 1981.

COOK FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Information concerning James Milton Cook born Oct. 3, 1844 in Jackson, Tenn.
See – George Family.

COOK FAMILY (G Ark 929.2)
Cook Family Bible. entries include James S. Cook, b. 1835 and Tobias Cook, b.e Jan 16, 1798. AFH Mark 1986 p.11.

COOK FAMILY (G 929.2 Coo)
Cook, Jerry Wayne. The Cook family in America : a family history of Thomas and Milly (Marcum) Cook and their descendants of Bedford County, Tennessee (c. 1770-1973) / by Jerry Wayne Cook. – Normandy, Tenn. : Cook, 1973.
343 p. : ill. ; 29 cm. Includes bibliographical references and index.
1. Cook family. 2. Bedford Co., Tenn.–Genealogy. I. Title

COOK FAMILY (G 929.2 Cla)
“Cook,” Arkansas Pioneers and Allied Families, Vol. I, p. 129, by Mrs. Larry P.
Clark, 1976.

COOKE FAMILY (G 929.2 Wak)
Francis Cooke of the Mayflower and His Descendants for Four Generations comp. by Robert S. Wakefield.

COOKSEY FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
Query : Neal, & Peter Burgess Cooksey & Elizabeth Snelson
Peter d. 1912 in Atkins PCHQ March 1973 p.72.

COOKSEY FAMILY (G 929.2 Woo)
Wooten – McGuire and related families by Carroll Wooten.

COOKSEY FAMILY (G 929.2 Woo)
Carroll Wooten Collection, Binder 5.

COOKSTON FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Family data contributed by E. Masters on Brown – Cookston family.

COOPER FAMILY (Ark 976.732)
John Cooper m. Nancy Pyles abt. 1736. John believed to be Choctaw Indian.
Ch. were John Houston, Polly, Delitha, Henry, Issac
PCHQ Sept. 1981, p. 40.

COOPER FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
Noah Wellington, Isaac & Jeremiah Lowder formerly of Stanley Co., N.C.
PCHQ June 1980 p. 172.

COOPER FAMILY (G 929.2 Woo)
Wooten, Carroll E. Wallace, McElwee, Black, Newman, Cooper, Maupin, & McKee Families. C. E. Wooten, 1989.

COOPER FAMILY (V F – Ark.)
History concerning the John & Sarah Ferguson Cooper who came from N.C. to Cedar Creek Community in Yell Co.
See – Ark. – Yell Co. – Cemeteries.

COOPER FAMILY (V F – Pope Bio)
Descendants of John Cooper born abt. 1786 in TN and died abt. 1839 in Perry County, TN. Married Nancy Ann Pyles.

COOPER FAMILY (G 929.2 Woo)
Wooten – McGuire and related families by Carroll Wooten.

COOPER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
The family of Samuel Cooper I. b. 1790 in N.C. (Group sheet)
See – Wooten Family

COOPER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Data concerning Samuel Cooper & sons John, Jr. & William H. contributed by Ruth Burris.

COOPER FAMILY (Ark 976.732)
The Cooper family by Lucy Brooks Hamlin. (Caswell Cooper of Stanley Co, N.C.)
PCHQ Sept. 79, p. 3. ; PCHQ June 82, p. 185.

COOPER FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
Caswell Cooper moves to Pope County in 1860 from N.C.
PCHQ Dec. 1986. p. 160.

COOPER FAMILY (Ark 976.732)
Polly Anderson Cooper & son William born 1855. Family has Brown connections.
PCHQ Mar. 83, p. 134.

COOPER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Letter from James C. Vaughan concerning William Jasper and Newton Cooper.
Family group sheet : Samuel H. Cooper & Kisiah M. Berert family.

COOPER FAMILY (G 929.2 Coo)
Cooper, Julia A. Tackett. The Coopers of McNairy County, TN: From Virginia to Tennessee and All Points West, 2000.

COOPER FAMILY (G 929.2 Hor)
Horton, James Lee “Jimmy”. Horton & Evans Families of Conway & Pope County Arkansas, Related families: Weavers, Teeters, Cagles, Kinders, Coopers, Dobbs, Gideon, Henry, Boggess, McCullough, McCaige and others, July 2003.

COOPER FAMILY (G 929.2 Woo)
Carroll Wooten Collection, Binders 1, 8, 14, and 15.

COPELAND FAMILY (Ark 976.788)
Clipping : Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary – Recalls Elopement in buggy loaned by friend. Yell Co. Hist. & Genealogical Soc. Assoc. Oct. Nov. Dec., 1990. p. 16.

COPELAND FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Family group sheets : James C. Copeland, b. 1837. Pope County, Ark James C Copeland, b. 1801 & Sarah Webb Copeland, b. 1803.
Contributed by Kathleen Bell.

COPELAND FAMILY (G 929.2 Tha)
Thayer, Elisha. Family Memorial. Genealogy of Fourteen Families of the Early Settlers of New England, of the names of Alden, Adams, Arnold, Bass, Billings, Capen, Copeland, French, Hobart, Jackson, Paine, Thayer, Wales and White, 1835.

CORBETT FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Notes : Mrs. Corbett, b. Ireland came to Galley Rock, Ark with children. Husband followed later. From Mary Sue Ewing Collection.

CORBIN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Information concerning Richard, Gawin, & Samuel Corbin.

CORBIN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
A History of the Corbin Family. (photocopy) by Virgil M. Corbin, El Centro, California.

CORBISHLEY FAMILY (G 929.2 Cos)
Pedigree chart and family information on Shirley Annette Ferguson, Guy
Ferguson, Herman Ferguson, John Patterson Ferguson, Tennessee Adalin Truett, Cora Lucille White, George Franklin White, Sally Nellie Daugherty, Martha Marie Hickmott, Edwin Urshel Hickmott, Mattie Irene Corbishley, Joseph David Corbishley, Martha Williamson, A Ferguson Family History, compiled by Shirley Ferguson Cosney, 2000.

CORBITT FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
See: Linton Family

CORDELL FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Cordell Records – A Virginia Family by Allan S. Humphreys
contributed by – Gary Tucker, Russellville, AR

CORDER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Elias Corder of Mississippi & Pope County during the 1870’s.
PCHQ June 1978, p. 144.

CORMACK FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Memorial to L.J. Cormack of Charleston, Arkansas

CORNATZER FAMILY (V F – Pope)
Gadsden wagon train: Thomas R. Cornatzer family moved from Crockett County, TN to Pope County, Arkansas by 1879. Moved to Wagoner Oklahoma.
See Pope County – Wagon Train.

CORNELIUS FAMILY (Ark 976.749 Cla)
Settlers of Clark & Hempstead County, AR. (Mary Cornelius, widow, b. abt. 1780 :Chi, Nicholas, Kezzia; lived Lovely’s Purchase abt. 1828, son Henry F.
See -Clark County Historical Journal, 2003. p. 117.

CORNELIUS FAMILY (V F – Pope)
Clipping “ The Old South Shall Rise Again” CD Oct, 11, 92. See. C.
See – Cities & Towns–Russellville–History.

CORNELIUS FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Rowland Cornelius m. 1721, Rebecca. Ch.: Abraham, George, Benjamin, Jesse?, Ann. Researched by Mrs. Jack (Kay) Halloway.

CORNSTALK FAMILY (G Ark 929.3767195)
John & Peter Cornstalk, Sawman Indians who lived in Searcy Co.
Searcy County Ancestor Information Exchange Vol. XII, no,. 2. Aug. 2002. p. 7.

COSTEN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Letter : Elias/ Eliphase Pack Costen, b. 6 Aug. 1845 in Tenn.
Family history: William Costen, b. 28 Aug. 1809 N.C.; d. 12 Oct. 1854 at Dover, Arkansas. 9 pages.
See – McAllister family

COSTNER FAMILY (G 929.2)
Hoffman, Laban Miles. Our Kin. Gateway Press. 1976. 585 p.
T. 1. Hoffman family 2. Rhyne family

COSTO FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Family group sheets contributed by Lewis Billings.
See – Billings family

COTTON FAMILY (Ark 385.09767 Hul)
C.B. (Clabe) Cotton was born at Cottontown, Tenn. 1848. Moved to Dardanelle ca. 1861. Moved Little Rock 1921, d 1922.
See D & R Railroad by Hull, p. 45.

COTTON FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Clipping : Farmer, Miner, Dairyman, Poultryman. (J.R. & Dora Cotton)

COTTON FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pic)
Photograph: Myrtle Love ans Thomas James Cotton lived in Dardanelle in the early 1900’s.
Photograph: Thomas J. Cotton family on Christmas, 1921?.
A Pictorial History of the Arkansas River Valley, vol. 2. p. 21.

COTTON FAMILY (V F – Pope Fam. Hist.)
The Thomas J. Cottom Sr. home located Yell County. CD Apr. 30, 1986.

COTTON FAMILY (G 929.2 Rea)
Claybourne Butler Cotton, b. 1848 in Cotton town, TN. In 1860 family moved to Dardanelle, AR.
Arkansas Families : Glimpses of Yesterday by Lucy Reaves., p. 86.

COUCH FAMILY (G 929.2 Rea)
Mrs. Fannie Jacobs Couch born 1848; very active in Johnson Co. AR for the Southern cause during Civil War.
Arkansas Families : Glimpses of Yesterday by Lucy Reaves. p. 163.

COUEY FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Statement as to the spelling of the name as it concerns Archibald Couey, C.S.A.
V F – Fam. Hist.
Archibald Couey, a Confed vertran, died Confed. home, May 1, 1922;
Family photograph: Application for pension and Confed home records.

COULTER FAMILY (Ark 973.734 Cou (Gl. C.))
Diary of Benjamin Coulter. 1863- . Presented by Alan Coulter England, 110 Trenton Drive, Oak Ridge Tenn. 37830.

COULTER FAMILY (G 929.2 Ark)
Bible Records of the family of Brunetta W. Coulter of Sevier County, Arkansas.
AFH, December 1992, p. 45.

COUNTS FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Family of W. J. D. Counts ; wife, Eva; children, Anna, Abbott, & Esper Bryan Counts.
See Buckner Family (Reminiscence of Jackson & Jemima Buckner, Aug. 8, 1891.)

COVINGTON FAMILY (G 929.2 Ear)
Early Pioneer Families of Buffalo Sector (Baxtor/ Marion Co.)
(Richard & Edward Covington)

COWAN FAMILY (V F – Fam Hist.)
Clipping: Ozark Mountain Native Results ‘ Grand Old Army’ Locale. Ft. Smith Times (no date).
See Cowen Family.

COWAN FAMILY (Ark 976.733 Joh)
Obituary of Phoebe Cowan Boen. Johnson Co. Hist. Q. April 1999, p. 32.

COWAN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Birth, death, marriage, and children for James Martin Cowan and Sarah M.
Willis, Johnson County, Arkansas, June 19, 2004. Source: www.gencircles.com

COWAN FAMILY (G 929.2 Ada)
Adams, Margaret Marie Cowan. Will and Martha Cowan Heritage, 2008.

COWEN FAMILY (COWAN) (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Family of Riley Cowan (b. 9/15/1803) TN.
Contributed by Wally Cowan

COWEN FAMILY (V F – Pope)
Will of J. H. Cowen.
See – Cities & Towns – Laurel.

COWGER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Mr. & Mrs. C.H. Cowger of Chickalah celebrate 63rd. PD 11 Mar. 1957.

COX FAMILY (Ark 385.09767 Hul)
Thomas Cox, b. 1845 in Maryland, moved Yell Co. AR after Civil War. d. 1914 in Little Rock, AR.
See D & R Railroad by Hull, p. 45.

COX FAMILY (Ark 976.716)
Lackey, Walter F. History of Newton Co., Ark. p. 309.

COX FAMILY (G 929.2 Rea)
Rev. Anderson Cox born Crawford Co. AR in 1821. Cumberland Presbyterian Church who organized nearly every C P church from Fayetteville to Conway, AR.
Arkansas Families : Glimpses of Yesterday by Lucy Reaves. p. 139.

COX FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Coxes (Mr.& Mrs. Ruel) note 60th CD 12 Apr. 1984.
Mr. & Mrs. G.W. Cox Sr. celebrates 54th. PD 29 Aug. 1957.
Mr. & Mrs. A.D. (Bully) Cox celebrates 50th CD 15 Jan 1985, p. 5.

COX FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Information concerning Peter Cox of N.C. died Oct. 6, 1886 in Scott Co., Ark.

COX FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Bible record: Wm. A. Cox, b. 1828 & Sarah A. Cox, b. Aug 17, 1815.
Contributed by Katie Cox Harrell*

COX FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
“Cox 50th” Anniversary of Bill & Patsy Cox. The Courier 12 Feb. 2012.

COY FAMILY (G Ark. 929.2)
Daniel Skinner Coy family Bible. AFH, v. XIV, no. 1, p. 20.

CRABAUGH FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Alfred & Marge Crabaugh have 60th wedding anniversary.
CD Jan, 1, 1985.

CRABB FAMILY (YCHQ APR, 92. p. 24.)
Ancestor chart : Wm. Paul Crabb, b. 1829, Giles Co., TN.
YCHQ April, 1992. p. 24.

CRABB FAMILY (Ark 976.733)
Wm. Paul Crabb, b. 1829, Giles Co., TN; d. 1893, Yell County, AR.
Yell Co. Historical Society Quarterly. Vol. 13, #1, 1988. p.4.

CRABTREY FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
See: Pierce Family

CRAIG FAMILY (V F – Ark)
Clipping : How Scotland got its name Van Buren Democrat Sept. 14, 1978. B3
(a family by the name of Craig moving west thru Scotland, died and buried in the Foster Cemetery. It is not known where the family of 9 came from.)
See – Arkansas–Van Buren Co.

CRAIG FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Mr. & Mrs. D.J. Craig married 60 years. AC 16 May 1979.

CRAIG FAMILY (G 929.2 Cra)
Craig, Marion Stark, 1920- John Craig and some descendants, 1773-1976: two centuries of a Southern family / Marion Stark Craig. – Little Rock, Ark. : Craige, 1977. vii, 102 p. : ports.; 30 cm. Includes index.
1. Craig family I. Title

CRAIG FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
See: Pierce Family

CRAVENS FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
A wealth of family history… Nehemiah and Mary Elizabeth Craven settled in Clarkesville by 1831. burial: Patterson Bluff. Courier Sept. 22, 2002. 1C.
See – Cook Family

CRAVENS FAMILY (G 929.2 Rea)
Arkansas families: Glimpses of Yesterday by Lucy Reaves.
(Jordan Edgar, b. Madison Co., MO 1830 – CSA soldier p. 33)
(M. Emma Batron, Clarksville, AR 1868, d. 1914.)

CRAVENS FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
The family of Francis Marion and Nancy Cravens Gwaltney of Logan County, AR
See – Gwaltney Family

CRAVENS FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Ancestors of Jesse Lamb Cravens line contributed by Piney Page.
Records of the Ancestry of John Park Cravens

CRAWFORD FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Framed portrait of W.A. Crawford and grandaughter Nancy Dover. C D?

CRAWFORD FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
Wm. Crawford’s will dated 1855 in Pope Co.
PCHQ Dec. 1987 p. 204.

CRAWFORD FAMILY (V F – McDonald Coll.)
Will of Wm. Crawford dated Feb. 8, 1855 mentions slaves.
See – Erwin McDonald Collection

CRAWFORD FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Family of James Crawford born 1745 in Scotland. Lived near Kings Mt. Battlefield in York Co., S.C.
Clipping: Log cabin is reminder of days gone by. (L. C. Crawford lived in pre- Civil War cabin in Hopewell Community) AC 24 Jan. 1999.

CRAWFORD FAMILY (V F – MacDonald Coll.)
Sturdy Pope County Pioneers. Will of William Crawford, 1854. March 25.

CRAWFORD FAMILY (G 929.2 Ant)
Anthony, Elizabeth. Histories of the Families of James and Martha Crawford and of John and Isabella Whitesides, 1971.

CREETCH FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Computer printout: Descendants of Mary J. (Branch) and William Mendenall.
See – Branch family

CRELIA FAMILY (Ark 976.738)
Crelia Family History submitted by Margaret W. Banks. Yell Co. Hist. Q. Vol. 12, no. 1, 1087. p. 41.

CRITES FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
PCHQ Dec. 80, p. 69. (Eva, Moses, Abram, Mary, and Wm. Morgan Crites were siblings).

CRITES FAMILY (G 929.2 Lut)
Lutz, June Shull. History of the Creitz/Crites/Critz Family. The Author. 1972. 882pp.
T. 1. Crites family 2. Genealogy – Arkansas – Pope County

CRITES FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Mr. & Mrs. Reece Crites to celebrate 50th. CD 6 Sept. 1976
Mrs. Emma Crites honored on her 92nd birthday. CD 22 June 1977.
Biography : Jesse Crites

CRITES FAMILY (G929.2 Cla)
“Crites Family,” Arkansas Pioneers and Allied Families, Vol. I, p. 122, by Mrs. Larry P. Clark, 1976.

CRITTENDEN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Family group sheets contributed by Lewis Billings.
See – Billings family.

CROCKETT FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Data concerning Robert Newton Crockett of Yell County, Ark.
Contributed by Mary Humphrey.

CROFT FAMILIES (G 929.2 Hie)
The Heirs Genealogy

CROFT FAMILY (G 929.2 Upt)
Upton, James Southerland. The Paulman Family of Arkansas. Privately printed. n.d. 204pp.
T. 1. Paulman Family 2. Colvert Family 3. Croft Family 4. Hopkins family
5. Lindsey Family 6. Southerland family 7. Strickland family 8. Sull? Family 9. Wilkins family

CROMWELL FAMILY (V F – MacDonald Coll.)
A Prized Epistle. Ark. Gazette, May 1933.

CROMWELL FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Letter : Elisha Cromwell of LeGrange, Tenn. writes brother, Nov. 21, 1846.
See – Tate Family.

CROOM FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Photograph : A. J. Croom family (1897). A. C. 26 July 1978.
Reunion at Goocher home PD 9 Nov. 44.

CROSS FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Mr. & Mrs. Fletcher Cross celebrated their 50th. PD 27 Nov. 1969.

CROTTS FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Wilson, Nadine Crotts. My Arkansas Childhood, 1928-1941. 16 p.
(G 929.2 Wil)
Our Crotts Lineage 1761 -2001. by Nadine Wilson.

CROUSE FAMILY (G Ark 929.2)
Thomas Crouse, b. 1816 in Tennessee or Virgina, wife June lived Dallas Co., Arkansas in 1860.
Arkansas Family Historian December 1990, p. 228.

CROW FAMILY (Ark 976.732)
Stories from the Ozarks by Piney Page CD Sept. 20, 77.

CROW FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Mr. & Mrs. Benton Crow observe 50th. CD 21 Aug, 81?
Mr. & Mrs. J. H. Crow of Dardanelle will celebrate 50th. P B 4-2-59.
Mr. & Mrs. Gail J. Crow observe 50th CD 3/1/84.
Mr. & Mrs. Ruel Crow of Dardanelle to celebrate 50th. D 29 May 1978.
Mr. & Mrs. W. W. Crow of New Blaine celebrate 50th. PD 20 Feb. 1958.
Mr. & Mrs. T.W. Crow of Prosperity will have reunion PD 16 Aug. 1934.
Mr. & Mrs. Bert Crow of Hector will celebrate 50th. CD Aug 7, 1984

CROW FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Clipping : Crow family tops in Yell County CD July 26, 1992. 8-B.
(V F – Fam. Hist.)
Family group sheet : Stephen Crow, b. 1802 S.C., m. Tempy Boyd, b. Ga 1821.
(V F – Fam. Hist.)
James M. Crow, b. 4 June 1844 See – Benton family

CROWDER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Pedigree chart: Wm. T. Crowder, Matthew Crowder, Reuben Council, & Phillip Crowder.
See – Loyd family

CROWDER FAMILY (V F -Fam. Hist.)
Birth certificates, census, DAR, and other materials concerning Wm. E. Crowder of Johnson Co., Wm. Crowder of the Rev. War, and Jones Thomas Crowder of Lamar, Johnson Co., AR.

CROWELL (CROMWELL) FAMILY (Ark 917.67)
Page, Tate C. The Voices of Moccasin Creek. School of the Ozarks Press., 1972, p. 426.

CROWLEY FAMILY (Ark 976.798)
Craighead Co. Hist. Q., vol. II, no. 4, p. 27.

CROWLEY FAMILY (Ark 976.705)
“The Crowley’s of Crowley’s Ridge”, by Vivian Hansbrough
Arkansas Historical Quarterly. v. 13, p. 52-62.

CROWNOVER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Family data: Contributed by Viva Moore.
See – Flurry Family

CROWNOVER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Daniel Crownover, Rev. soldier, great; great-great grandfather of Lina Goodier Davidson.

CROWNOVER FAMILY (G Ark 929.2)
A Generations of Cousins from Marshall Co. MS to Marion Co. AR: McGee, Crownover, McCauley, Cain, McGuire, & Reed.
AFH Sept. 1988, p. 155.

CROWNOVER FAMILY (Ark 976.733)
Information about a Crownover grave in Yell County, AR.
Yell Co. Hist. Quarterly January 1989, p. 52, 54, 55.

CROWNOVER FAMILY (G 929.2 Cro)
Crownover, Helen, 1915- Crownover families in USA / author and compiler, Helen Crownover. – 1st ed. – Indiana, PA (Box 667, Indiana 15701) : A. G. Halldin Pub. Co., c 1984. 325 p. : ill., coats of arms, facsisms., geneal. Tables, maps, ports.; 29 cm. + index (vi leaves). Limited edition of 500 copies.
LC has copy no. 344, signed by author.
1. Crownover family. 2. Conover family. I. Title.

CROWTHER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Information concerning the James and Mary Hyley Crowther who migrated to S.C. from England in1819.

CRUM FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
See: Linton Family.

CRUMP FAMILY (Ark 976.718)
Data concerning Col. George J. Crump of Harlan Co., Ken. moved Boone County , Ark. 1854. Boone Co. Historian, vol. II, no. II, 1979.

CULBRETH FAMILY (G 929.2 Bun)
Bundy, V. Mayo (Vivian Mayo), 1914- The descendants if Cornelius Autry, immigrant of Edgecombe County, North Carolina: Neil Culbreth of Sampson County, North Carolina, and allied families / by V. Mayo Bunfy, Robert Autry Brooks. –2nd ed. – Charlotte, Publications , 1996.
1247 p.; ill. . ; 29 cm. Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
1. Autry family 2. Culreath family I. Brooks, Robert Autry. II. Title

CULLUM FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Bible Records of Mrs. Will Cullum. 309 So. Commerce, Russellville.

CULVER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Clipping : Texas colony comes to Pope County CD Dec., 26, 192
See – Tolbert Family

CUMBIE FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Mr. & Mrs. Woodrow Cumbie of Dover renew marriage vows at 50th anniversary.   CD Aug. 19, 1984.

CUMMINS FAMILY (G Okla. 929.2)
Oklahoma Indian Territory by Ted Hall. p. 536-39.

CUNNINGHAM FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Letter from W. G. E. Cunnuingham to Aunt: May 18, 1876.

CUPP FAMILY (G Ark 929.2)
James William Cupp Family Bible records. Arkansas Family Historian, June, 1986. p. 58.

CURRIER FAMILY (G 929.2 Cur)
Currier, Philip Joseph. Currier Family Records of U.S.A. and Canada, Vol. I – IX.

CURRY FAMILY (G 929.2 Har)
Harlee, William Curry, 1877-Kinfolks, a genealogical and biographical record of Thomas and Elizabeth (Stuart) Harllee, Andrew and Agnes (Cade) Fulmore, Benjamin and Mary Curry, Samuel and Amelia (Russell) Kemp, John and Hannah (Walker) Bethea, Sterling Clark and Frances (King) Robertson, Samuel and Sophia Ann (Parker) Dickey, their antecedents, descendants, and collateral relatives, with chapter concerning state and county records and the derivation of counties of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia, prepared and published by William Curry Harllee, assisted by numerous collaborators.( 193437). New Orleans, La., Printed by Searcy & Pfaff, ltd., 1934-37. 4 v. illus. (incl. ports., plans, facsims) 24cm.Folded map laid in. Paged Continuously. Bibliography: v.3, p. 2957-2964. Contents.–v.1 Harllee section.–v.2 Fulmore section. Curry section. Kemp section.–v.3 Bethea section. Robertson section. Dickey section.–v. 4 General index.1. Harley family. 2. Curry family. 3. Kemp family. 4. Bethea family. 5. Robertson family. I. Title

CURRY FAMILY (V F – Fam.)
Story about John Hill (or Nixon Curry) from Biological Sketches of the Early Settlers of the Hopewell Section (Alexander, J. B.), 13 pages.
See – Hill Family.

CURTIS FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
“Letter: Joshua Curtis Pope County ? for Illinois during Civil War”.

CURTIS FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
Descendants of Sabra “Sabre” L. Curtis and Benjamin B. Rose.
PCHQ June 95 p. 50, 52.

CURTIS FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Family honors Mrs. Sinda Curtis, 91, on her birthday CD 3/25/76
Family group sheet: James G. and Laura E. Hughes Curtis family.

CURTIS FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
See: Linton Family.

CURTIS FAMILY (V F – Fam.)
Family visits listed in “Neighborhood News: Scottsville” CD, February 15, 1917, p. 8.

CUSHMAN FAMILY (G 929.2 Cushman)
Cushman, Joseph Augustine. The First Seven Generations of the Cushman Family in New England. Dorr’s Print Shop. 1964. 381 pp.
T. 1. Cushman family

CYPERT FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
James B. Sanderson 1790- 1875 and Mary Cypert Anderson, 1792-1879.
Family…settles in Wayne Co., TN to Izard CO, Alaska.
See – Anderson family

CYPERT FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Letter from James C. Vaughan concerning the William Jasper and Newton Cooper family.
See – Cooper family.

CYPERT FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Manuscript: Getting to Know Us, a family history by Suzanne Watkins Smith.
See – Watkins Family

Updated: May 14, 2014.