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KIRKMAN'S IN ARKANSA
Posted by: Donna Kirkman (ID *****9488) Date: September 30, 2002 at 00:25:13
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I'm trying to locate a census on my husbands, family liveing in Arkansa. He thinks it was about 1951 to 1953 or some where in that range. He rembers something about Crystal Moutain. Either liveing on it or really close to it. His dad worked for a cattle rancher by the name of Knowaceres (I may have the spelling wrong, I'm not sure how to spell it) It may be spelled Noacers, I just don't know for sure neither spelling looks correct to me. His dad's name was William Eldon Kirkman mother's name was Marjorie Josphine Eckelberry, 2 sons, Melvin Lee Kirkman & Carl Leon Kirkman.He rmebers his gr-ma Kirkman liveing with them. Her name was Lilly Ann Hunley, she use to ride a horse with her corncob pipe. He road a black & white horse (A Paint) he road fence line for the Knowaceres. If anyone haveing access to the census around this time I'd apprechaite your help greatly. And if anyone knowing the Knowacres I'd appreciate it if you could let me know. They lived in a valley. He rembers a step hill. He rembers a copperhead in the kitchen cabinets. He rembers razor back hogs. He rembers deep snows, it being very cold, I sure would appreciate it if anyone seeing this regonises any part of it, & could help me out with the census on it as well. Thank you so very much for any help you can give.
Donna & Melvin Kirkman


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