Dennis Partridge

Title page to The Saline

The Saline 1986-2012

The Saline: the quarterly publication of the Saline County History and Heritage Society. The Saline began publishing in 1986 and continued through 2012. It contained family records, public record transcriptions, and other information of interest to those interested in Saline County history and genealogy. This page provides a list of available online issues as well as indices for the entire series.

Latta House, Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park, Arkansas

1947 Prairie Grove City Directory

In Polk’s 1947 Washington County directory no phone numbers or street addresses were provided. The listings below contains the name of the head of household, and when a name is included between ( ) it represents the given name for the wife of the head of household. This listing provides an idea of the size of the town and the amount of commercial activity it had in 1947.

1878 Jefferson County Arkansas Farmer’s Directory

We took the liberty of changing the abbreviations of first names (Jno, Geo, Chas etc.) to full spellings and also added alternate spellings to some of the surnames. We have transcribed this same directory for different states, and the enumerators seem to often use phonetic spellings. Names that seemed odd we checked out through census …

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Franklin County Arkansas Obituaries

The following are historical obituaries of Franklin County residents. Butler, Amanda Ruth Caire, Joseph Clay, Argus Dee Foster, Guy W Hansberry, Mrs A J Harris, John C Hibbard, Thomas Marshall Hill, Kowanda Hoel, John Jennings, Ellen Jewell, Audrey (Marshall) Jones, Jesse Lee Robertson, Manford Williams, Harley

Groundbreaking of new educational building - 1965

History of the First Assembly of God, North Little Rock, Arkansas

The prophet Joel’s proclamation some 800 years before Christ foretold the time when God would pour out His Spirit on all flesh. The first of such outpourings occurred in the Upper Room on the Day of Pentecost. Then, periodically, throughout these intervening 20 centuries there have been occasions of additional outpourings, but none such as …

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Stark’s Battery

Battery A, First Arkansas Light Artillery Volunteers, known as “Stark’s Battery,” was raised by Denton D. Stark, then adjutant First Arkansas Cavalry. “April 1st the battery was full,” so says the adjutant-general’s report, “but was not mustered into service until August 31, 1863. Meantime and until the 25th of April, of this year, it was …

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Sixteenth Arkansas Confederate Infantry

The Sixteenth Arkansas Confederate Infantry was organized under Gen. McCullough’s order, at Rogers (then Calahan Springs), about the middle of November, 1861, with the following officers, the list being made most complete when there is Washington County representation: Colonels, J. F. Hill, W. T. Neal, David Province; lieutenant-colonels, W. T. Neal, B F. Pixley, J. …

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Presbyterian Churches, Washington County, Arkansas

The Presbyterian Churches in Washington County are members of the Presbytery of Washbourne, named in honor of the Rev. Cephas Washbourne (or Washburn), who was an early missionary to the Indian nations, and who was probably the first Presbyterian preacher to hold services in Washington County. The presbytery was first ordered by the Synod of …

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