Arkansas Family Group Sheet for the William H JONES Family

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Husband: William H JONES
Birthdate: ca 1801
Birthplace: NC
Death date: ca 11 Feb 1865
Place of death: near Snowball, Searcy Co., AR
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Marriage date: Bef. 1830
Marriage place: TN

Wife: Naomi unknown
Birthdate: ca 1803
Birthplace: SC
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CHILDREN

Child No. 1: James M JONES
Sex: M
Birthdate: ca 1830
Birthplace: TN
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Child No. 2: Catherine L JONES
Sex: F
Birthdate: xx May 1832
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Death date: 18 Aug 1903
Place of death: Springfield, Greene Co., MO
Burial: East Lawn Cemetery, Springfield, Greene Co., MO
Marriage date: CA 1857
Marriage place: Searcy Co., AR (?)
Spouse's name: Parish G STRICKLAND

Child No. 3: Susan C JONES
Sex: F
Birthdate: ca 1834
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Child No. 4: William C. N. B. JONES
Sex: M
Birthdate: ca 1836
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Marriage place: Searcy Co., AR
Spouse's name: Lucinda TURNEY

Child No. 5: Seborn L JONES
Sex: M
Birthdate: ca 1839
Birthplace: TN
Death date: ca 11 Feb 1865
Place of death: near Snowball, Searcy Co., AR
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Marriage date: ca 28 Jan 1865
Marriage place: Searcy Co., AR
Spouse's name: Mary Pell WRIGHT

Child No. 6: Charles T JONES
Sex: M
Birthdate: 20 Feb 1842
Birthplace: Giles Co., TN
Death date: 6 Mar 1903
Place of death: Cedar Co., MO
Burial: Lindley Prairie Cemetery, Cedar Co., MO
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Spouse's name: Mary Moten O'NEAL


Documentation: William H Jones, Judge 1862-1863. Sat on court 3 April 1862
trying Paris Strickland for treason. A story by Mary Pell WRIGHT JONES,
published in the Marshall newspaper telling of her experience during the Civil
War and the killing/murder of Charles T JONES, his son and her husband, Seborn,
by members of a scout of Co M, 2nd Arkansas Cavalry (Union). Mary Pell Wright
Jones, wrote that she was 17 when her in-laws went to Texas, that must have been
late 1865 or early 1866.---Family records.