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Biographical and historical memoirs of northeast Arkansas, comprising a condensed history of the state ... biographies of distinguished citizens ... a brief descriptive history ... of the counties

Biographical and historical memoirs of northeast Arkansas, comprising a condensed history of the state ... biographies of distinguished citizens ... a brief descriptive history ... of the counties

Source : Internet Archive

Biographical and historical memoirs of northeast Arkansas, comprising a condensed history of the state ... biographies of distinguished citizens ... a brief descriptive history ... of the counties

Biographical and historical memoirs of northeast Arkansas, comprising a condensed history of the state ... biographies of distinguished citizens ... a brief descriptive history ... of the counties

Source : Internet Archive

Results : DOWELL


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third marriage was to Miss Mattie Mc Dowell, of Missouri, in 187


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1858 Mr. Rogers wedded Miss Mary Dowell, who was born in Tennessee about 1845, and to them was given one


Page 850

he is the son of Christopher M. Dowell, also a native of the Blue Grass State, who came to Arkansas


Page 850

chemist who prepares the remedy. Mr. Dowell has been engaged in the above business since 1880, and in that time


Page 851

acres of land for sale. Mr. Dowell individually owns 5,000


Page 851

Agnes, Oliver and j Vlysius. Mrs. Dowell is a memlier of the Catholic Church.


Page 924

May 10, 1851. His father, Henry J. Dowell, was born in Virginia, in 1814, moved to Kentucky, and in 1838


Page 924

2,200 acres, 500 under cultivation. Mr. Dowell was a strong Democrat, and served his township ten years as magistrate, and


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1879, Mr. Dowell married Ida Thoroughman, a native of Missouri, daughter of Thomas and Emily Thoroughman,


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been born to Mr. and Mrs. Dowell: