It is a true challenge to attempt to put together the puzzle pieces which constitute one's genealogical heritage. The skills one develops doing such research are very much like that of a detective: Take a tiny clue here, a family legend there, a critical date, a census "Eureka!" find, Grandma's cherished memories of stories her Grandmother told to her, and put it all together and you have a genealogy. But it is far more than that! It becomes a lifelong avocation. Each little success spurs one on to continue the search. It is certainly addictive, but it is a happy addiction! I hope information provided here is helpful to other researchers and that they too have many "Eureka! moments".
This project is an extensive family history of the Richard F. Fox and Della F. Simmons family from Little Rock, AR and Monroe, AR, respectively. Research includes these families: Brown, Babeu,Dacre, de Clifford, Farnsworth, Fox, Fleschner, Giroux, Guichon, Hearne, Huckaby, Jones, King, Livernash, Musgrave, Nutting, Patenaude, Poissant, Poor(e), Poupard, Quilleron, Roy, Simmons, Vacon, Williams, and a multitude of others.
I thank the many fellow researchers whose work has made mine easier. Special thanks to the Poore and Simmons family researchers.