WCHS "Flashback" features LEWIS, MANKINS, MILLS, MASSEY and THOMPSON, P families
I happen to own this one "FLASHBACK" published by the Washington County Historical Society Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Vol. 18 No. 3, W.J. Lemke, editor, August 1968 Titled: "Related Families of Washington County Pioneers"
Cover Story. Cover pictures: John Thomas HUTCHENS, Joseph F QUILLIN, William B. FINE, Peter MANKINS, SR., Rachel Bracken LEWIS-MANKINS.
Stamp reveals an address of Ozarks Regional Library, 217 East Dickson Street, Fayeteville, Arkansas. New Address of WCHS is now:
The Washington County Historical Society (WCHS),
118 East Deckson Street,
Fayettevillle, Arkansas 72701.
p.19 "Fayetteville At The Time of the Civil War by Capt. E.B.Harrison (May 1968, Flashback).
p.28 "Carrollton - County Seat of Carroll County 1834-1875" by Coy Logan.
p.31 "Old Circuit Court Records" by Lloyd McConnell.
p.35 "Some of our Old People - 1915" by A.E. Carnahan,
in the Praire Grove Herald, written Sept. 22, 1915 mentions:
Mrs. Mary Ann CRAWFORD, CARNAHAN; Mrs. Addie ISH; Mrs. Kiziah (Woods) REED; Joseph G. REED; Howell HODGE.
p.21 "Washington County in 1874" When the Arkansas Constitution was Adopted by Robert A. Leflar.
More Families Related to More Families: "There were many marriages among the LEWIS, MANKINS, MILLS, MASSEY and THOMPSON families...""Henry LEWIS was the son of Bracken LEWIS (1801-1891) and Mathilda PRESTON (1803-c. 1881).Bracken LEWIS was the son of Zachariah LEWIS and Rachel BRACKEN. After the death of her husband, Rachel Bracken LEWIS married Peter MANKINS, SR (Cover Story).