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John Lafferty was the first white man of any permanent record to set foot on Izard County soil. Wild beast, such as the bear, panther and wolf, roamed the land and deer were plentiful. These Indians Arkansqs very quiet and not bad neighbors. No doubt the sport of the trip compensated for all hardships. Gardner, M.
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Since there were no restrictions of law, almost every grade of character known among men was to be found here-hunters, stock raisers, horse thieves, murderers, and refugees from prisons east of the Mississippi. Here at the Post of Arkansas they purchased a supply of furniture, flour and salt.
I'm a single father. Streams which are now filled with sand and only a few inches deep, were then deep enough to swim a horse.
Clifton stayed with the boat, but his partner couldn't stand the storm and as the Indians laid hold of the boat McCoy jumped into the water and made it to the white side. A citizen was not allowed to go twenty miles from his home unless he got a passport describing the road Arkznsas was to travel and the place he was to visit. FL Myrlas Matthews, Dr.
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John Lafferty lived for many years in Tennessee near the Kentucky line and all his children were born there. But his wound was so severe that he died of its effects in his cabin home on Lafferty Creek in Cone, Ewell Richardson, Dr. In the tocsin of war called John Lafferty back to Tennessee, and he marched with Jackson to New Orleans, where he was wounded in the battle at that place.
He hunted and trapped over a great part of Missouri, Louisiana, Arkansas and Kansas.
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Hall, Secretary of State, for the use of his records relative to county officials; to the State Banking Department for information about the county's banks; to Dallas T. Since most of Izard County at that time was prairie and there were but few large trees, the Marriwd business became very profitable. Charles Billingsley, Dr.
Woods, Dr. Nearby is a large brick building which was erected Madried Owen Watkins in Daniel Hively settled at the mouth of Piney Creek and built a water power mill, the first in the county.
Still later they were landed about a mile above the location where the town of Guion now stands, and brought across the country in a northeastern direction to the towns of Wild Haws and Franklin. Soon, about twenty of them took to the water and started for the Married women in Sage Arkansas. It might be interesting to the reader to further pursue the history of the Shawnees while living on White River, they being the early settlers of the country along Madried river, but this volume is chiefly a history of men and women who have accomplished something in the making of Izard County, and we must be satisfied with an incident told here which will illustrate the Shawnees' ungovernable greed for whiskey.
Wolf ran a blacksmith shop, store and trading post there, and most of his dealings were with the Indians. The population grew very slowly during the French and Spanish rule because the government was not such as would attract settlers. After the year quite a of inhabitants made settlements in the White River section. James Milburn, Dr. Harber, Roy N.
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The preacher said: "The service is adjourned in order Ariansas the men may kill that bear. Jehoida Jeffery, brother of Daniel, settled about a mile above, and James, another brother, near the mouth of Piney Creek. They established themselves in two main locations, one about two miles east of the present town of LaCrosse and the other about three miles south of the present location of Franklin. The late Tom Watkins of LaCrosse states that during the early days Married women in Sage Arkansas his father, the closest church house was at Batesville.
Elizabeth Lafferty, another daughter, married a man by the name of Kelley in Tennessee and formed another part of the caravan. When he was 17 years of age he ed Capt. This trip comprised six months.
Hinkle, Earl R. As early as Dan Wilson and his three sons, Dan, Dick and Jerome, settled at the mouth of Rocky Bayou, and here the first shadow of a town appeared in the county. Spann, Dr.
One should only look back to catch the rays of the lamp of experience that light the way to greater achievements. However, the Shawnee tribe was moved AArkansas this grant in It consisted of a blacksmith shop run by Dick Bean, a trading hut run by Bob Bean, and a pair of race tracks on a high sand bar.
It was named in honor of George Izard, governor of the territory.