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Nancy Elizabeth Houston





Nancy Elizabeth HOUSTON Given Name: Nancy Elizabeth Surname: Houston Birth: 3 Feb 1862 in Rockhouse, Madison Co., AR Death: 17 Oct 1954 in Madison Co., AR; buried: Rockhouse Cemetery.

Father: Joseph Calvin HOUSTON b: 1 May 1823 in TN Mother: Sarah "Sally" BIRKES b: 20 Nov 1822 in Morgan, IL Marriage 1 Elihue ALLEN b: 10 Oct 1856Married: Apr 1925 in Carroll Co., AR Marriage 2 John Robert HOUSTON b: 9 Mar 1860 in ARMarried: 12 Jul 1879 in AR Children unknown HOUSTON Jerman HOUSTON b: 1 Apr 1880 in AROscar HOUSTON b: 12 Dec 1883 in Berryville, Carroll Co., ARDolly Ann HOUSTON b: 16 Feb 1885 in Berryville, Carroll Co., AR William Charles "Dick" HOUSTON b: 8 Feb 1887 in ARNellie K. HOUSTON b: 18 Apr 1889 in AR Samuel HOUSTON b: 23 Aug 1891Sidney "Sid" HOUSTON b: 15 Sep 1893 in Carroll Co., AR infant HOUSTON b: 23 Sep 1896 Gus Clarence HOUSTON b: 9 May 1898 in near Berryville, Carroll Co., AR Johnnie HOUSTON b: 14 Mar 1900J. Rufus HOUSTON b: 21 Feb 1909


The Rockhouse Cemetery in Madison Co. Arkansas interns most of our relatives. A Copy is in the Salt Lake LDS Genealogical Ut. Library. (+a few in http://www.findagrave.com/ under Rockhouse cemetery i.e.)

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CLIFTY CEMETER IN MADISON CO. ARKANSA ARE TWO OF OUR HARPS
Thomas J. Harp
Birth:unknown
Feb. 1, 1839
Death:Jan. 8, 1928
Burial:Clifty Cemetery CliftyMadison CountyArkansas, USA
Death:unknown
Inscription: Co K - 21 Missouri Inf
Burial:Clifty Cemetery CliftyMadison CountyArkansas, USA
Isabele Harp
Birth: 1 Feb 1839Feb. 1, 1839
Death: 8 Jan 1928Jan. 8, 1928
Burial:Clifty Cemetery CliftyMadison CountyArkansas, USA




Vaughan Cemeteries









*Grace, Samuel A. , Nannie I, W.F. Vaughan (Vaughn)


Indian Views


"The Chowanoc were an Algonkian tribe. This site has a HUGE number of on-line books you can download http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~jmack/algonqin/algonqin.htmAlso, http://www.coastalcarolinaindians.com/research/FPC-1790Census.htm gives information about Indians on the 1790 census, and while by this date, our ancestors were certainly living as white, it shows how many Indians lived in North Carolina. Note the information on the BASS family, which was a mixed Indian and white family. This might give us some context on the viewpoints of society while Fereby was alive, on Indians. It may help us understand how they wanted to mix into white society."