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Re: Where is Ada, Arkansas?
Posted by: Archie Dalton (ID *****9050) Date: March 10, 2004 at 11:55:32
In Reply to: Where is Ada, Arkansas? by Jerry Hudson of 921

A review of three volumes of cemetery books, which include the cemeteries in Ada Valley reveal zero Ohlers.
There was a post office (Mrs Willie Hammons was postmistress). My spouse, who was raised there, believes the post office went out of existence before 1940. The community continues to exist, unincorporated, and the address is shown as Adona, Arkansas although the valley is in Conway County and Adona is in Perry County. The community got electricity after WW II and, in the last few weeks, now has rural water.

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