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Subject: RACHEL CERENE MCKELVY ARNOLD MAY HAVE BEEN CALLED (MARY?)
Posted by: Jerry McKelvy jmckelvy@cei.net
Date/Time: 2003-08-16 4:55 p.m.
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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.


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