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PRICE family connections 1835 and on
Posted by: Shirley Redmond Date: April 21, 2001 at 00:10:44
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I'm looking for the descendants of Benjamin PRICE and his son Samuel Joseph PRICE.

In about 1835 Benjamin PRICE brought his family to Washington County Arkansas from Alabama. I don't know where or when he died.
Samuel went back to Alabama and then to Georgia where he met and married Sarah Levina WILLIAMS on 25 Dec. 1856.
They moved to Newton Co. Arkansas after Sept.1859 but are are found on the 1860 census in Richland Towhship near her parents Martin and Frances WILLIAMS.
They moved to Washington County and both Samuel and Sarah are buried in Vineyard Cemetery(as are Sarah F.E. and Sophronia)

Their children are:
Mary Catherine b. 1857 in GA.
Samuel R. b. 1859 in GA.
Martin B. b. 1862 in AR.
Sarah F.E. b. 1864 in AR.
Joel Stouther b. 1866 in AR.
James H. b. 1869
Martha Ann b. 1872
Sophrana Ellen b. 1877
Nancy E. b. 1879
Margarit Ophelia Bell b. 1881

Sarah Levina raised the 3 daughters of Sarah F.E.,Norma P.,Cordelia A. and Sarah L., who were left in her care after their mother died in 1892.Their father was Lewis C.POWHATAN.

Samuel Joseph's mother was Anariah KEYS and there much information for that family,but it seems Benjamin is a brick wall.
Hoping to hear from more of the PRICE kin.

Regards,
Shirley


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