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Re: Thompsons of Arkansas
Posted by: Pam Kirkpatrick (ID *****9211) Date: December 25, 2008 at 15:43:42
In Reply to: Re: Thompsons of Arkansas by Mary of 926

I was researching my Stroud ancestors and saw my great-grandmother, Sarah Thompson Stroud, on your page. I noticed that both Sarah and Flora are shown as being born in 1878? Also, I can add a little information about Sarah's children. "Esther" was actually "Easie" Stroud, my grandmother. She was born in March 1904 and passed away in November 1990 in Nowata, OK. She was married first to George N. Stanfill. They had two children, Eugene and Joyce Sue. George passed away in 1941 and Easie remarried Wesley Berry a few years later. They had no children together. Eugene was married to Hazel Roper and had four sons; Michael, John, Timothy and Patrick. Joyce Sue (my mother) married Harry Rose and had three children; Stephen, Pamela and Anthony. My great-uncle, Earl, was married and had one son, also Earl (I don't know his wife's name, he died before I was born). Beulah was married to Arlis Easterling and had two boys.


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