RACHEL CERENE MCKELVY ARNOLD MAY HAVE BEEN CALLED (MARY?) by MARILYN ARNOLD (email@example.com bounced) on 2003-08-13 7:53 p.m.
I BELIEVE THAT RACHEL MCKELVY/ARNOLD MAY BE MY GGGRAND MOTHER. SHE WAS MARRIED TO A JACK ARNOLD AND THEY HAD 9 CHILDREN, ONE OF WHICH WAS LUTHER MONROE ARNOLD. LUTHER WAS BORN IN BLUFF CITY ARK. (NEVADA COUNTY) 7-2-1864. HE MARRIED A REBECCA DOVIE KATHERINE LITTLEJOHN-BONDS ON 1-24-1886, AND BECAME ARNOLD. ON LUTHER'S DEATH CERT. IT WAS LISTED THAT HIS FATHER AS JACK ARNOLD BORN IN GEORGE. WE DON'T KNOW IF THIS WAS THE STATE OF GEORGE OR GEORGE COMMUNITY, IN PARIS, TEXAS. LUTHER'S MOTHER WAS LISTED AS MARY MCKELVEY, BIRTH PLACE UNKNOWN. LUTHER AND REBECCA HAD 6 CHILDREN, MONNIE ARNOLD (MRS. ROY LONG, FT. WORTH, TX), MARTIN L. ARNOLD (PARIS TX), CHESTER ANDER ARNOLD (PARIS TX), MRS. MART BROWN (RENO TX.), MRS. EMMETT JONES (PARIS, TX), MRS. GEORGE ALLMENDINGER (MEMPHIS, TENN.). THIS WAS IN THE OBUTARIES FOR REBECCA ARNOLD, WHO DIED DEC. 2, 1956. LUTHER DIED MARCH 23, 1943 IN PARIS TEXAS. WHEN LUTHER AND REBECCA CAME TO PARIS THEY LIVED IN THE COMMUNITY, MT. OLIVE, PARIS, TX.
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RACHEL CERENE MCKELVY ARNOLD MAY HAVE BEEN CALLED (MARY?)
by Jerry McKelvy (firstname.lastname@example.org) on 2003-08-16 4:55 p.m.|
There is quite a lot of information on Rachel Cerene McKelvy Arnold is the Hesterly-McKelvy family book by Fred Looney. A copy
is in the Nevada County Library and the Ouachita County Library and I have a copy. This book shows Rachel Cerene and Andrew Jackson
Arnold with 8 children. It shows Luther Monroe and Rebecca Arnold with 9 children. It says Andrew Jackson Arnold is buried in a cemetery
near Camden, Arkansas. Do you happen to know which one? Rachel is buried at Ebenezer Cemetery in Nevada County.
You may contact me direct if you want to discuss this further.
by Jason K. Anders (email@example.com) on 2005-03-21 4:06 p.m.|
Mary Arnold is Andrew J. Arnold's 2nd and final wife. She was born a Singleton, married in Hampton young, but divorced, and married again to John Edward Varley Nussey. They bore Albert Nussey and Eddie V. Nussey (female) in 1882 and 1885 respectively. Andrew J. is buried with Mary near Camden in a small private cemetery only about 2 miles north of town off Hwy. 24.
John Edward Varley Nussey
by Andrea Hetherington (firstname.lastname@example.org) on 2010-09-29 7:15 a.m.|
Can you tell me anything about John Edward Varley Nussey or how he died?
He is commemorated in my local cemetery in Leeds, Yorkshire, England and I wondered how he came to live and die in Camden.