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The total amount of taxes charged thereon for all purposes was ,407.88. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Railroad connects Memphis with the main line at Bald Knob in the county's northeast part, its length being about ten miles, thus making the combined length of railroads within the county sixty-one miles or more. The mother came to White County, Ark., in 1868, settled on a farm near Searcy, and here her death occurred in 1885. Glenn Mc Coy's brigade, in which he served four years. M., of which he has been secretary and warden for many years. He was in the War of 1812, and took quite an active part in politics. Of their family the following children are now living: R. One son, John W., enlisted in the army from Gibson County, Tenn., was Gen. He was married in White County in the last-named year, to Miss Sarah F.

These figures bear evidence that from 1880 to 1888 the taxable wealth of the county increased a little over 42 per cent–a most encouraging showing. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Railroad enters White County about five miles west of its northeast corner, and runs thence through the limits in a southwesterly direction, its length here being about thirty-nine miles. Soon after the Searcy & West Point Railroad was constructed, running from West Point to Searcy, and crossing the St. The cars on this road are drawn between Searcy and Kensett by an engine, and between Kensett and West Point by horses. These roads, together with White River as a navigable outlet, afford excellent transportation facilities. He was in the battles of Prairie Grove, Pilot Knob, Jefferson City, Boonville, Lexington, Independence, and at Wilson's Creek, in Missouri. Pillow's commissary, and died of pneumonia in 1863, at Memphis, Tenn. Neavill, a native of Jackson County, Ala., and the daughter of Elihu and Margaret (Jones) Neavill, natives of Alabama.

Curran: there was a Bo G town hall, it wasn’t great and it wasn’t what students asked for so Curran and others will report this to the Board and see if there’s anything positive that can come out of it. BRC is doing cool work and we’ll be holding open consultations with students soon. The referendum passed and Aidan had a chance to talk to lots of students about the Union and gather feedback.

The Bo G town hall was terrible, especially when Hugh Wright complained about having to spend half an hour every year thinking about tuition. Drew: consent coalition met for the first time this week. There might be a letter-writing campaign coming, and there will also be class talks and tabling. Lucia: signed a cheque for the Symposium dinner, thinking about funding Big Night. This referendum is a vote for the long-term sustainability of the Union.

On 9 Jul, he wrote of what he had witnessed that morning after the British bombers had already left.Even Prime Minister Winston Churchill said "our supreme effort must be to gain overwhelming mastery in the air.The fighters are our salvation, but the bombers alone can provide the means to victory." As the war progressed heavy bombers such as the British Avro Lancaster bombers made their entrances in the war and carpet bombing entire industrial cities with their great payloads.Agenda Executive Reports Minutes from Feb 12 Lianne: there’s an event coming up, a panel about reporting on sexual assault.There will be journalism profs / journalists and someone from Avalon.Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Railway Company, and the balance to individuals. Prices range from to per acre for improved, and from

On 9 Jul, he wrote of what he had witnessed that morning after the British bombers had already left.

Even Prime Minister Winston Churchill said "our supreme effort must be to gain overwhelming mastery in the air.

The fighters are our salvation, but the bombers alone can provide the means to victory." As the war progressed heavy bombers such as the British Avro Lancaster bombers made their entrances in the war and carpet bombing entire industrial cities with their great payloads.

Agenda Executive Reports Minutes from Feb 12 Lianne: there’s an event coming up, a panel about reporting on sexual assault.

There will be journalism profs / journalists and someone from Avalon.

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On 9 Jul, he wrote of what he had witnessed that morning after the British bombers had already left.Even Prime Minister Winston Churchill said "our supreme effort must be to gain overwhelming mastery in the air.The fighters are our salvation, but the bombers alone can provide the means to victory." As the war progressed heavy bombers such as the British Avro Lancaster bombers made their entrances in the war and carpet bombing entire industrial cities with their great payloads.Agenda Executive Reports Minutes from Feb 12 Lianne: there’s an event coming up, a panel about reporting on sexual assault.There will be journalism profs / journalists and someone from Avalon.Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Railway Company, and the balance to individuals. Prices range from $5 to $25 per acre for improved, and from $1 to $10 for unimproved property. In 1882 he kept a grocery in Beebe and during this time, and for three subsequent years, he acted in the capacity of postmaster of the town, having received his appointment in 1881. October 28, 1851, he was married to Miss Mahala Hendrix, a native of Hardeman County, Tenn., born October 24, 1838, a daughter of William and Nancy (Clements) Hendrix, who removed from their native State of South Carolina to Tennessee in 1856, and were among the pioneer settlers of White County. (who was born September 24, 1874, and died August 29, 1876). Canada has given all his children good educational advantages, and he and his family attend the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, he having been a steward in that church for the past thirteen years. Canada's mother still lives and makes her home with him., sheriff, Searcy, Ark. In 1868 he came to White County, following farming until 1882, when he engaged in general merchandising at Centre Hill, White County, and there continued for three years. He is one of the prominent and representative men of the county., known to be reliable and honorable, is a liveryman and planter of White County, and a native of Mississippi, being born October 3, 1843, in De Soto County. They are the parents of eleven children, six of whom are still living: Ella J., Sallie M., Albert J., George O., John T. The mother of these children, who was a daughter of Caleb Calkins, died in 1845, and the father married again, his second wife being a Mrs. They employ on an average about thirty hands, and during the fruit season have a much larger force. He is the inventor of the Cathcart's ventilated berry case, which has proved a decided success.

to for unimproved property. In 1882 he kept a grocery in Beebe and during this time, and for three subsequent years, he acted in the capacity of postmaster of the town, having received his appointment in 1881. October 28, 1851, he was married to Miss Mahala Hendrix, a native of Hardeman County, Tenn., born October 24, 1838, a daughter of William and Nancy (Clements) Hendrix, who removed from their native State of South Carolina to Tennessee in 1856, and were among the pioneer settlers of White County. (who was born September 24, 1874, and died August 29, 1876). Canada has given all his children good educational advantages, and he and his family attend the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, he having been a steward in that church for the past thirteen years. Canada's mother still lives and makes her home with him., sheriff, Searcy, Ark. In 1868 he came to White County, following farming until 1882, when he engaged in general merchandising at Centre Hill, White County, and there continued for three years. He is one of the prominent and representative men of the county., known to be reliable and honorable, is a liveryman and planter of White County, and a native of Mississippi, being born October 3, 1843, in De Soto County. They are the parents of eleven children, six of whom are still living: Ella J., Sallie M., Albert J., George O., John T. The mother of these children, who was a daughter of Caleb Calkins, died in 1845, and the father married again, his second wife being a Mrs. They employ on an average about thirty hands, and during the fruit season have a much larger force. He is the inventor of the Cathcart's ventilated berry case, which has proved a decided success.