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Re: Hey ! Any STANDLEES out there?????
Posted by: Peggy Seidler Date: March 18, 1999 at 22:52:30
In Reply to: Re: Hey ! Any STANDLEES out there????? by Betty M. Marty of 336

Hi Betty,
In the article "Carroll County Soldiers in Civil War, A History of Company C of the First Arkansas Cavalry Volunteers, Union Army" by R E Norris IV it states: David B. Standlee. Private. was born in Nov. 1833 in Washington Co., AR to John and Susannah Standlee. He was married to 1)Rebecca C. Thompson and 2) Tennie Martin. He died in 1901 north of Berryville and was buried in the Black Jack Cemetery. The 1850 Carroll Co., AR Prairie Township shows David in the household of John and Susannah and he is 16 years old. Rebecca is also listed in house 485, she is also 16, she must be living with a brother: Burell 23, farmer, bn in KY; Nancy 25, bn in KY; William, 19,farmer, bn IL; John, 18, farmer, bn IL; Rebecca, 16, bn IL; Thomas B., 12, bn IL; Elijah, 8, bn MO; and Mary Ann, 7, bn MO. Burrell R. Thompson was the Postmaster of the Thompsonville Post Office from 1868-1873 according to "An Outlander's History of Arkansas". I hope this helps.
Peggy

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