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2016 March 11 at 5:32 pm #114
This forum is set aside for asking genealogy-related questions. Whether you’re looking for your lost Aunt Ada or wondering where to look for a farm title, this is the place to start. We have volunteers who receive e-mail notification whenever someone asks a question here.
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2017 September 3 at 11:26 pm #561
I am attempting to find records relating to Clyde Boles (b. ca. 1882) and Bertha Gafford (b. ca 1883; d. ca. 1904), or any documentation related to their ancestry. I am uncertain as to their dates of birth or marriage date. An entry on Ancestry.com suggested an entry in Franklin, AR
Arkansas County Marriages Index, 1837-1957. Any information welcome. Thank You!