Family Files Index – V

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 – V

VADEN FAMILY (G 929.2 Cla)
“Pioneer Ancestor: Woodson Vaden, Vaden, Arkansas,” Arkansas Pioneers and Allied Families, Vol. I, p. 174, by Mrs. Larry P. Clark, 1976.

VALLERIE -VAUGINE FAMILY (Ark 976.705)
Genealogical Notes on the Valliere-Vaugine family comp. by Mrs. Myra Vaughan. 1902. Ark. Hist. Q. V. XV, p. 304.

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

VanDERVENTER FAMILY (V F – Fam.)
“Five Generations” CD 7 Sept. 1995 (VanDeventer Family)

VAN DYNE (VANDINE) FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Reubin Vandine buried Searcy Co. Ark. in “Bear Creek Cemetery”
Rueben’s father was John Van Dyne and mother as Nancy Stinnett Van Dyne who were married on Pope County in 1832.

VAN HOOSE FAMILY (G 929.2 Van)
Van Hoose, Zachariah. Reminiscences of Bygone Years ; How the Van Hoose, Mankins, Dickerson, Lewis, and Other Families Migrated From Floyd Co., Kentucky to Washington County, Arkansas in the 1830’s. Washington Co. Historical Soc.
T. 1. Van Hoose Family. 2. Mankins Family. 3. Dickerson Family. 4. Lewis Family.

VAN HOOSE FAMILY (V F – Ark)
“Printout” Forty Two Years Ago by Col. J. H. Van Hoose of Fayetteville, Washington County, Arkansas. Russ. Dem. Apr. 23, 1891.
See – Arkansas – Washington County.

VAN METER FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Clipping : The Shepherd & Van Meter Family by Thos. E. Van Meter Independent Shepherdstown, W. Va. Jan. 2, 1963.
See – Shepherd Family.

VAN ZANDT FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
Martin moved to Ark. Territory in 1822 along with his father, James, from Indiana to Sharp County. James was born in Penn. in 1756.
PCHQ Sept. 89, p. 1 (Incorrect paging?)

VAN ZANDT FAMILY (Ark 976.732)
The Martin Van Zandt Family by Rdward E. Campbell.
PCHQ Sept., 1989 p. 152.

VANCE FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
The family of Walter J. Vance b. 1823 in Tenn. and Wm. D. Vance of Tenn. and Arkansas.
See – Also : Vance, Alfred. VF – Bio Pope

VANN FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
A. B. Vann, Ancil Vann, Benjamin Franklin Vann born 1859 in Pope County. PCHQ March 98. p. 43.

VANN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Ben Vann – Sons & Daughters.
(V F – Fam. Hist.)
Mr. & Mrs. B. F. Vann of Carden Bottoms celebrated 50th. PD 11-25-37
(V F – Fam. Hist.)
Van – Stubbs descendants meet here last Sunday. AC 3-25-81.

VANN FAMILY (G Ark 929.2)
Family data concerning Vann – Riggins Families. Vanns lived Pope and Yell Counties. AFH December 1992. p. 147.

VARN FAMILIES (G 929.2 Hie)
The Hiers Genealogy.

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

VAUGHAN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Cynthia Anne Vaughan & her mother Mary Jane, nee Eakins, Vaughan came from Pope County & settled between old Log Fort & Davenport Ford a few no of Ft. Smith & just over Okla . line. Cynthia was the child of Union soldier James Vaughan. Her brothers were Lee, Rube, Cling, Will, John & Jim.
“Local War Sparked Pope Co. Migrations” by Eric Allen.
See – Pope Co. – Wars – Militia.

VAUGHAN FAMILY (Ark 976.732)
The records of the family of Stephen C. Vaughan. Enoch & Elizabeth Vaughan.
PCHQ Vol. 15, No. 4. June 81 p. 173, p. 177.
(V F – Fam. Hist.)
Enoch & Elizabeth Vaughan of Bonham, Texas & Northern Pope County.
(V F – Pope)
Local War Sparked Pope County Migration. No Source.
See – War – Pope County Militia War.

VAUGHAN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Nicholas Vaughan of Edgefield, 1803. (Newberry Co. S.C.)
See – Pitts Family.

VAUGHAN FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
James A. Vaughan b. 1801 m. Mary Tennemm d. Nv. 8, 1861 Pope Co. AR. (Family group sheet) PCHQ Sept. 90. p. 143.
See also – PCHQ June 1990, p. 83, 84, 86, 87, 88.

VAUGHAN FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pic)
Photograph : Jacob Luther ans Norma Ona Faye McLain Vaughan were married in Nov. 1915 in Hatley Community.
A Pictorial history of the Arkansas River Valley. vol. 2, p. 15.

VAUGHN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Family group sheets : William Emery Hall, b. 1861 Alabama; Luther Edward Vaughn, b. 1890. Prepared by Mrs. Virginia Hall
P. O. Box 7, Huntsville, AR 72740 (notebook)
See – Hall Family.
(V F – Fam. Hist.)
Mr. & Mrs. Earl Vaughn of Dardanelle celebrated 50th. 18 Oct. 1978.

VAUGHN FAMILY (G Ark. 929.2)
James Vaughn of Washington County & His Descendants.
Ark. Fam. Hist. V. XIV, no. 3, p. 168.

VAUGHN FAMILY (G 929.2 Hal)
Hall Family History by Virginia Hall.

VAUGHT FAMILY (Ark 976.733 Joh)
George Marion Vaught b. 29 Sept 1849 in St. Francis Co. Ark.
Johnson Co. Hist. Q. April 99. p. 7.

VAUGHT FAMILY (V F – Fam.)
Notes and Descendancy lists from various sources on the Dickerson family, also mentioning Hill, Boen, Davis, Lewis, Vaught, and Jacobs families, donated by Margaret M. Cowan Adams.
See – Dickerson Family.

VAUGINE FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Clipping : Francis Newismond Vaugine gives land for church near Pine Bluff.

VEASY FAMILY (V F – Ark – Perry Co.)
Clayton, Cleo C. Murder in the Night. Arkansas Democrat. Feb. 5, 1961.
(V F – Fam. Hist.)
Mr. & Mrs. Geo L. Veazey celebrate 50th. PD 9-8-38.

VENABLE FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
See – Watkins family – Some Ancestry of John Bullock Watkins III, condensed from chart arranged by John B. Watkins Jr.

VEST FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Photograph : Mr. & Mrs. James Thomas Vest & Family of Atkins ca 1917.
AC 8 June 1983.
Clipping : Settlers grandson, A. O. Vest, is honored on 90th. CD 31 Mar. 1983.
Clipping : Family of Robert L. Vest Sr., Family of Atkins have Reunion.
AC 22 July 1981.
Photograph : Daughters of Robert L. Vest Sr. of Atkins. AC 21 Apr. 1982 ?
AC 13 Sept. 1978.

VICK FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pop)
Josiah & Samuel Vick in 1850 Census. Pope Co. PCHQ March 1975. p. 95.

VICK FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Photo : John Vick Family. CD Dec. 12, 1986.
(V F – Fam. Hist.)
Correspondence concerning Samuel Vick b. 1815 Tennessee

VICK FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Sarah R. (Donnie) Vick m. Benjamin Webster Berry d. in Dallas, Texas.
See – Berry Family.

VICK FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Vick Family research- Joseph D. Vick & Elizabeth Tate Vick; William
Washington Vick & Leela Thompson Vick; Elmer V. Vick; Norma Vick; Josiah
& Mary E. Vick. Compiled April 2010.

VICK FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Probate Records: Estate of Henry Vick, died January 1861, Pope Co., Arkansas.

VICKERY FAMILY (G 929.2 Woo)
Carroll Wooten Collection, Binder 10.

VILLINES FAMILY (Ark 976.715 L)
Lackey, Walter F. History of Newton Co., Ark. P. 396, 402.

VINCENT FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Letter concerning John Vincent who was killed in Pope County during Civil War period.

VINSON FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Cloth, history woven as one by Erwin McDonald. CD May 8, 1987.
(Story of Aunt Bell Vinson of London).

VINSON FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Family data (Vinson, Welch, Treadaway, Story, Massengill, Gist, Poteet, Merrick, Reid, Whitehead, Riley) contributed by Mary Humphrey.
Mr. & Mrs. Loranzia B. Vinson of Russellville mark 50th. CD Dec. 7, 1985.
Mr. & Mrs. Jesse Vinson mark 50th. CD June 17, 1979.

VINSON FAMILY (V F – Fam.)
“Roy Vinson’s body being shipped here” CD, 10 Feb. 1943.
“Vinson Rites Monday” CD, 12 Feb. 1943.

VINEYARD FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Descendants of Ishmael Vineyard born 1740 in Germany and died 1793 in Elbert County, Georgia. He married Jane Henderson 1758. She was born 1740 in Germany and died 1806 in Elbert County, Georgia.

VINEYARD FAMILY (Glass case)
Typical Pioneers – Their Trek to Ozarks by John O. Sanders. (Orvil Vinyard of Grainger Co. Tenn.) Oz. Mountaineer Nov. 1955, p. 8.

VIRDEN FAMILY (G 929.2 Vir)
Virdin, Donald Odell. Some pioneer Delaware Families / by Donals Odell Virdin.
– Arlington, Va. : Virdin, 1977. 240 p. ; 28 cm.
Bibliography: p. 195-196. Includes indexes,
1. Virdin 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.

VIRDEN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Mr. & Mrs. Jom Virdin of Kenwood will celebrate 66th anniversary. AC 1 Nov. 78.
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Virden of Russellville celebrate 47th. AC 21 Mar 79.
Mr. & Mrs. M. W. Virdin married 50 years. CD 17 Oct. 1982, 3B.
Mr. & Mrs. Morris Wheelan Virden of Russellville will celebrate 50th. 17 Sept. 1982.

VIRDEN FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Notes : W. H. Virden Family
Notes : Frank Virden Family
Notes : Henderson Virden Family
Notes : Wiley Virden
(V F – Fam. Hist.)
Notes: Luther & John Thomas Virdin. Mary Sue Ewing Collection.

VIRDEN FAMILY (Ark 976.732 Pic)
Photograph : Francisi Milton and Laura lice Pigg Virden : lifelong residents of Pope County on their wedding day in Sept. 1902.
A Pictorial History of Arkansas River Valley, vol. 2, p. 11.

VODRAZKA FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Adolph Vodrazka & Bessie Pfeifer are wed. PD 5 Nov. 1925.
Adalph Vodrazka Jr. & Josephine Leggett are married. PD 12 Apr. 1952.
Frank Vodrazka & Sybil Emmerson are wed. PD 13 Feb. 1958.
Mr. & Mrs. Adolph Vodrazka Sr. of Dardanelle celebrate 50th. PD 23 Oct. 75.

VODRAZKA FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
60th anniversary of Adolph & Josephine Leggett Vodrazka. The Courier 1 April 2012.

VOGLER FAMILY (G 929.2 Sid)
Sides, Roxie M. Early American Families. Winston-Salem, N.C., 1963.

VOSS FAMILY (V F – Fam. Hist.)
Descendants of William James Voss & two wives Susanna Pennington & Mary T./ Williams. Wm. James migrated from Lawrence Co. TN to Pope Co.
AC May 26, 98.

VOSS FAMILY (G 929.2 Gon)
Goneau, Lucille Sikes. Voss Family History / researched by Lucille Sikes Goneau and compiled by Theresa Eveline Amanda Goneau Jarmon. – Everett, Washington : Lucille Sikes Goneau [ 1996]. 150 p. ; 28 cm. Computer print-out.
1. Voss family. 2. Pembeton family. 3. Story family. 4. Williams family. I. Title

Updated: December 11, 2014.