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Generation No. 1


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Generation No. 1

1. MARY MOLLIE4 REYNOLDS (HARTWELL STAIN3, HENRY B.2, HENRY1) was born 06 Jun 1859 in Dorsey Co., Arkansas, and died 08 Feb 1927 in Little Rock, Arkansas, Confederate Home. She married WAMPUM EDWARD MCMILLIAN 24 Feb 1877 in Bradley County, Ar, son of LOUIS MCMILLIAN and MARY MARKS. He was born Jan 1844 in Giles County, Tennessee, and died 12 Dec 1920 in Little Rock Ar., Confederate Home, Sweet Home.

Notes for MARY MOLLIE REYNOLDS:
The following article appeared in the Mena Star on September 20, 1899. W.E. McMillan and wife, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. S.C. Reynolds several days, started for their home at Pine Bluff this morning. Mr. McMillan was so well pleased with Mena that he has decided to move here and this place his home just as soon as he can sell his property at Pine Bluff.
According to information obtained from the 1910 Census, Mollie McMillan and her husband were living in Vaugine Township located at Pine Bluff, Arkansas. The enumerator of the census lists W.E. McMillan as head of the household and his occupation as a carpenter.

The Following obituary was taken from the Arkansas Democrat. Mrs. Mollie M. McMillan, aged 68, died at the Confederate Soldiers' Home Tuesday afternoon. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. E.C. Robertson of Strong and Mrs. J.M. Barrett Jr. of Sherrill; a son, F L. McMillan of St. Louis, and a brother S.C. Reynolds of Cabot. The body was taken overland at 11 A.M. Wednesday to Cabot by Healey & Roth. Researched By Robert E Reynolds 192 Crabtree Road, Hot Springs, Arkansas.

More About MARY MOLLIE REYNOLDS:
Burial: Buried Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Cabot Ar.
Census: 1900, Census Polk County, Arkansas
Record 1: 1927, Died in a Confederate Nursing Home at Sweet Home Ar.
Record 2: 1877, Cleveland Co. Marriage Records Book 1 Page 131

Notes for WAMPUM EDWARD MCMILLIAN:
Wampum is listed as head of household in the 1900 Census of Polk County, Arkansas. At the time the census was taken he was living at Mena. The enumerator of the census lists his occupation as a carpender.

September 28, 1899, The Princetonian newspaper.

On September 21- 22, 1899, over a hundred fifty veterans assembled themselves to renew the bonds that held them together in a struggle to create an independent south. A full agenda was planned for the three days; the sharing of war stories, speeches, and fellowship was enhanced through the provision of meals. Many Confederate veteran military units were represented from the states of Arkansas, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia. Music was very much a part of the agenda and it can safely be said that Dixie was one of the songs played. Even though many states were represented at the reunion the Confederate veterans who attended were residences of Arkansas having moved there. Tents were pitched in an opened meadow 1/2-mile west of Princeton. I'm sure the music attracted many local residents compelling them to visit with the veterans.{1)

Wampum Edward McMillian, Pine Bluff, Arkansas was listed as being in attendance. S. E. H. W. McMillian was a seasoned Confederate veteran who fought throughout the war for southern independence. His father must have had a sense of humor because he named Wampum, which is an Indian word for money. Wampum McMillian was born on the Tennessee frontier on January 1844. Perhaps his father named him Wampum hoping he might bring prosperity to the McMillian family. He was born into a society dependent upon agriculture and the more family members that were able to work the farm, the more profitable to clear larger tracts of land with the additional labor.

W. E. McMillian enlisted in the Confederate Army at Princeton, Arkansas on May 1861. He joined the 6th Arkansas Infantry Regiment, Company C, serving under Captain M.M. Duffy and Colonel A. T. Horthorn. The 6th Arkansas Infantry Regiment was organized at Little Rock, Arkansas on June 10, 1861, and McMillian was assigned to Company C., The Dallas Rifles. According to Wayne Van Zandf web site entitled, Chapter Military Order of the Stars and Bars, Arkansas Confederate Regiments Histories that devotes itself to Arkansas Confederate Regiment histories and is a valuable source of information for researchers. According to these records The 6th Arkansas Regiment was marched overland to Pocahontas, Arkansas. While the 6th was stationed at Pocahontas a measles epidemic broke out and many of the recruits died there.

From Pocahontas Arkansas the Regiment was ordered to Pittman's Ferry on the Current River in south central Missouri. The regiment's first assignment consisted of a raid into Missouri but without action or casualties. After returning from the raid the 6th Arkansas returned to Pittman's Ferry, Missouri and waited for further orders. During the latter part of September the Regiment was transferred to southeast Missouri and then transported by boat on the Mississippi to Columbus Kentucky, arriving on the October 3. From this stepping off point the 6th was sent to Cave City, Barren County, and Kentucky. There the regiment made preparations to spend the winner of 1861. While camped at Cave City the 6th skirmished with a Union patrol, experiencing its first fight. On December the 17th, The 6th Arkansas supported the 8th Texas Calvary and Swett's Mississippi Battery during a skirmish at Woodsonville, Kentucky. After the fall of Fort Donelson, the regiment along with the rest of the Army was moved to Corinth, Mississippi under the command of General Albert Sidney Johnson.

During the winner of 1861-1862 the Union Army based at St. Louis captured Fort Henry and Fort Donelson on the Tennessee, and Cumberland Rivers. The union victories forced General Albert Sidney Johnson to withdrawal from southern Kentucky and much of west and middle Tennessee leaving the area open to union occupation. General Johnson withdrew further south to Corinth, Mississippi and established a strong defensive line covering the Memphis and Charleston Railroad. The success of the union advances south was applying pressure on General Johnson to put a halt to any further infringements into southern territory. Under the leadership of Johnson a Confederate built-up of arms and supplies were being concentrated at Corinth. This was made possible by the strategic location of Corinth, which served, as a railroad center.

By late May 1862, General Johnson felt confident that the Confederate Army was in sufficient strength to make a push north and drive the Yankee invaders out of Tennessee. On the morning of April 6, 1862, Johnson told his fellow officers "Tonight we will water our horses in the Tennessee." Johnson's huge powerful; Army of The Mississippi, composed mostly of unseasoned units would soon meet Grant's Union Army. Grant was concentrating his strength at Shiloh, Tennessee and here the two would clash.

No one could possibly know what was about to happen. The age of modern warfare was about to be ushered in and armies would no longer fight in the same way again. Shiloh was prophetic of bloody and terrible struggle that would occur throughout Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, which would culminate in the defeat of the South as Sherman reaped havoc on civilian populations as he marched through Georgia to the Atlantic. No longer would two armies slug it out, Shiloh announced the advent of total war.

I have a photograph of Wampum McMillian that was given to me in the course of my research. The picture must have been taken possibly sometimes in the 1890s because Wampum had a large handle bar mustache. He was a large man and stood over six feet. My research indicates that he was a very determined man, fighting throughout the entire war until General Lee surrendered at Appomattox Courthouse in Virginia. According to his military record he was wounded at The Battle of Shiloh.. The nature of the wound must have been severe because he was shot through the left breast and lay mortally wounded. I have no record concerning the nature of his wounds, but they were serious enough to cause his discharge from the Confederate Army. Wampum was one of the thousands both north and south who were wounded, missing, or killed.he was saved at the battle of Shiloh by a chaplain of the Army who was a member of the Masonic Lodge. According to informationprovided by This indeed was a very bloody affair. When the total number of casualties were counted, the final number of dead or missing was 13,000 on the Union side and 10,500 on the Confederate side. This bloody battle awakened both north and south to the reality that this would be a long can hard fought conflict.

Wampum's convictions must been very strong because he re-enlisted, joining The Arkansas 26th Regiment after The Battle of Shiloh, fought on April 6, 1862. According to his military record he recovered quickly which was a testimony to his strong physical constitution. Wampum's military record lists him as rejoining sometime in June of 1862 enlisting in Company F. Morgan's Battalion Regiment commanded by Col. Asa S. Morgan.

The 26th Arkansas Infantry Regiment and other units were assigned to Cabell, s command, having the responsibility of protecting the Fort Smith area. On August 21, 1863 Brigadier General W. L. Cabell had concentrated his troops at McLean's crossing on the Potean River, 9 miles southwest of Fort Smith. On the morning of August 22, 1863 General Cabell received word that union forces under the command of General Blunt were advancing on Fort Smith. The decision was made to evacuate the city and collect anything of any value and ship these supplies south to be used later in the war. The Confederate's hoped to fall back to Waldron, Arkansas in Scott County and regroup if possible. Cabell had taken precautions to protect his rear as he retreated from Fort Smith. Confederate pickets were waiting at Jenny Lind below Fort Smith to slow Blunt's pursuit of the southern Army.

The union army attacked the pickets left at Jenny Lind on the morning of September 1, about 9 a.m. This encounter would signal the beginning of the Battle of Devil' Backbone. Cabell's forces had reached Backbone Mountain about 16 miles from Fort Smith. Backbone Mountain offered the Confederate Army an ideal place to ambush the advancing Union Army. Colonel J. C. Monroe's Arkansas First Calvary was ordered to wait at the foot of the mountain for this purpose. The rest of this command was positioned out of sight of the enemy. General Cabell stated in his report, "The enemy came dashing up, yelling and shouting, confident of success, their Calvary in advance. When they came within gunshot, Monroe's Regiment opened fire on them, and dismounted every man except to in the front companies. The action soon became general, and, after a heavy fire of nearly three hours and a half, especially of artillery, the enemy was repulsed, with a loss of about 30 killed and from 100 to 150 wounded. My loss was five killed and 12 wounded."
Notes O.R. Vol. XXII/1 page605

After the evacuation of Fort Smith the 26th spent the winner of 1863-camped southwest of Little Rock. The 26th, 23rd and 36th Arkansas regiments were assigned to Lucian Gause Brigade at this post.

The 26th Arkansas participated in the Red River Campaign fought in Louisiana. The campaign began in March and ended in May of 1863 with a Confederate victory. The 26th was assigned to Churchill's Division during this period. His regiment participated in The Battle of Pleasant Hill during The Red River campaign The 26th charged against the union works at Pleasant Hill which helped contribute to the success confederate's enjoyed during the battle. Mollie McMillian applied for a widows application for admission to the Arkansas Confederate Home located at College Station , Arkansas. She stated that Wampum was shot in the head during the course of this battle.

After the battle of Pleasant Hill, the 26th return to Arkansas in time to help drive General Frederick Steele's union army back to Little Rock. This occurred during the final stages of the Camden campaign.

Sergeant McMillian spent the remainder of the war fighting in the Trans Mississippi District west of the Mississippi River.
Wampum was captured and confined as a prisoner of war at Fort Delaware  located on the Delaware River. Fort Delaware was a multipurpose prison holding political and confederate officers, but was mostly used for the incarceration of private soldiers. he was paroled March 1865 at Richmond, Virginia.

The following information is taken from Wampum Edward McMillian's files at the Confederate Home, located in Little Rock, Arkansas. He was admitted on January 1, 1920 and died December 12, 1920. The home was created as a convalescent home for confederate veterans and their widows.

November 17, 1919

From: Geo. K. Mason, Superintendent Arkansas Confederate Home, Sweet Home, Arkansas.

To: Adjutant General, War Department, Washington, D.C.

Subject: S.E.H.W. McMillan, (or E.W. McMillan)


Note: S.E.H.W. stands for
Sir Edward Henry Wampum McMillan, this information was submitted by Chester Wayne Leslie. He is the son of Mary Kathrine McMillan Leslie, the Grandson of Fred Lee McMillan, the Great Grandson of Mary Mollie Reynolds McMillan the wife of Sir Edward Henry Wampum McMillan, Thanks for the information you submitted, C Wayne Leslie .
 

Will you kindly give me the military record of S.E.H.W (or E.W.) McMillan, who enlisted in the Confederate army in May 1861 in the 6th Arkansas Infantry, Company "C", Captain M. M. Duffy, Colonel A.T. Horthorn. Captured and held prisoner of war for 11 days at Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Was honorably discharged at the Battle of Shiloh.
Above desired admittance into the Arkansas Confederate Home.

Very truly yours,

Superintendent.

Sherrill, Arkansas
March 5, 1941
Arkansas Confederate Home
Sweet Home, Ark.

Dear Sirs,
Will you please use enclosed envelope to give me some information if you can do so. I am trying to secure thru the government a headstone for my fathers grave and I do not know where he first enlisted from. I do have dates of his reenlistment but no record of the first one before he was wounded and discharged the first time.
I thought possibly you might have this information in your files as he (Wampum E. McMillan) was admitted to the home there and died there Dec. 12, 1920. I thought possibly he gave this information before he could become a member of the home.
Most Sincerely,
(Mrs.) Eula M. Barrett
Sherrill, Ark.
March 10, 1941
Mrs. Eula M. Barrett,
Sherrill, Arkansas.

Dear Mrs. Barrett:
Replying to your letter of March 5, 1941, we give you the following information relative to the record of your father, W.E. McMillan, who died in this Home December 12, 1920; as found on his record on file:
"S.E.H.W. McMillan, enlisted May 1861, at Princeton, Arkansas, Dallas County, 6th Regiment Arkansas Volunteers, Infantry, Co. C, Captain M. M. Duffy, Colonel A.T. Horthorn. Wounded, shot through the left breast and considered mortally wounded, and discharged at the Battle of Shiloh."
Trusting this information will be sufficient for you to obtain the stone.
Yours very truly,

Arkansas Confederate Home

C.S. Lowthorp, Superintendent
CSL:rr


The Following obituary appeared in the Pine Bluff Commercial on December 13, 1920.
W. E. McMillan, aged 84, a resident of Pine Bluff for many years, died yesterday at the Confederate Home where he had been for the past year. He was a soldier in the Confederate Army and served throughout the Civil War. He was also a member of the First Baptist Church of this city. He is survived by his wife who lives at Monticello; two daughters, Mrs. J. M. Barrett, Jr., of Sherrill; Mrs. Mary Ware Haman of Sherrill, Mrs. Mary Ware Haman's children.
The body was brought to Pine Bluff and the funeral was held from their yesterday by Ralph Robinson and Son chapel at 3 o'clock this afternoon by the Rev. J. H. Moore, pastor of the First Baptist Church. The body will be taken to Rison for burial.

More About WAMPUM EDWARD MCMILLIAN:
Burial: Harlow Cemetery, Rison, Arkansas
Census: 1900, Census Polk Co. Ar
Census 2: 1910, Census Jefferson Co. Vaugine T. S.
Occupation: Carpenter

More About WAMPUM MCMILLIAN and MARY REYNOLDS:
Marriage: 24 Feb 1877, Bradley County, Ar

Children of MARY REYNOLDS and WAMPUM MCMILLIAN are:
2. i. MARY ELIZABETH5 MCMILLIAN, b. 05 Nov 1879, Toledo, Arkansas; d. 21 Feb 1961, Bay Saint Louis, Hancock County, Mississippi.
ii. FREDDIE LEE MCMILLIAN, b. 07 Aug 1884, Toledo, Arkansas, Cleveland County; d. 15 Nov 1886, Toledo, Arkansas, Cleveland County.

Notes for FREDDIE LEE MCMILLIAN:
As a small boy Freddie Lee Mcmillian died choking on corn. There is a grave marker located in Harlow Cemetery next to his father's that marks his grave. I visited the cemetery, which is on private property owned by a Mr. Moore who lives in Rison, Arkansas. There is a Confederate headstone place there by Mrs. Eula McMillian. She petitioned the government for this marker for her husband Wampum McMillian.

More About FREDDIE LEE MCMILLIAN:
Burial: Harlow Cemetery, Rison, Arkansas

3. iii. EULATINE M. MCMILLIAN, b. 13 Jul 1889, Pine Bluff, Arkansas; d. 25 Oct 1965, Pine Bluff, Arkansas.
4. iv. FRED LEE MCMILLIAN, b. 03 Nov 1889, Toledo, Arkansas; d. 18 Sep 1969, Oklahoma City, Ok..


Generation No. 2

2. MARY ELIZABETH5 MCMILLIAN (MARY MOLLIE4 REYNOLDS, HARTWELL STAIN3, HENRY B.2, HENRY1) was born 05 Nov 1879 in Toledo, Arkansas, and died 21 Feb 1961 in Bay Saint Louis, Hancock County, Mississippi. She married (1) STARTFORD HAMAN. He was born Abt. 1833 in Mississippi. She married (2) WILLIAM W. WARE 05 Oct 1897 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. He was born 1865 in Kentucky, and died 21 Dec 1904 in Arkansas.

Notes for MARY ELIZABETH MCMILLIAN:
We find Mary Elizabeth married to Startford Haman living in Hinds County, Mississippi in the 1910 federal census. Her husband is a minister and she is listed as a teacher in according to the formation obtained from the 1920 Census, Drew County, Arkansas, Mary was living in Monticello, Arkansas. At that time she was employed as a music teacher working for the State Agriculture School and Farm. The information also revealed that she had remarried and her name now was Haman.

In the 1920 census of Drew County Mary Haman wife of Stratford is listed as head of household Mary Mollie McMillian is enumerated in the household. Mary Haman's daughter Hellen Carr, son's Max and Jack are slso listed in this census.

More About MARY ELIZABETH MCMILLIAN:
Census: Source Family Bible Records
Census 2: 1910, Twp 4 Range 3, Hinds, MS
Census1: 1900, Pine Bluff Ward 1, Jefferson, Arkansas
Record 1: 02 Oct 1897, Marriage records Jefferson Co. Ar.
Religion: Methodist

More About STARTFORD HAMAN:
Census: 1910, Twp 4 Range 3, Hinds, MS

More About WILLIAM W. WARE:
Census: 1900, Pine Bluff Ward 1, Jefferson, Arkansas
Record 1: Marriage Records Jefferson, County

More About WILLIAM WARE and MARY MCMILLIAN:
Marriage: 05 Oct 1897, Pine Bluff, Arkansas
Marriage date: Married by John F. Carr

Children of MARY MCMILLIAN and WILLIAM WARE are:
5. i. HELEN CARR6 WARE, b. 17 Feb 1899, Jefferson Couny, Arkansas; d. 23 Jun 1991.
6. ii. MAXIMILLIAN WARE, b. 12 Nov 1900, Jefferson Couny, Arkansas; d. 27 Oct 1964, Arlington, Va.
iii. MILTON EUGENE WARE, b. 1902, Jefferson Couny, Arkansas; d. 1902.

More About MILTON EUGENE WARE:
Record 1: 1902, Estimated death Lived 3 months

7. iv. JACK ALLEN WARE, b. 16 Feb 1904, Jefferson Couny, Arkansas; d. 16 Nov 1934, New York, New York.


3. EULATINE M.5 MCMILLIAN (MARY MOLLIE4 REYNOLDS, HARTWELL STAIN3, HENRY B.2, HENRY1) was born 13 Jul 1889 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, and died 25 Oct 1965 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. She married JOHN MOODY BARRETT(JR.) 11 May 1911 in LittleRock, Arkansas, son of CAPTAIN BARRETT and ADA QUATTLEBAUM. He was born 1883 in Arkansas, and died 06 May 1948 in Pulaski County, Arkansas.

More About EULATINE M. MCMILLIAN:
Burial: Bellwood Cemetery, Jefferson County
Census: Source Family Bible Records
Confirmation: 1904
Religion: Methodist

More About JOHN MOODY BARRETT(JR.):
Burial: Bellwood Cemetery, Jefferson County
Census: Source of information family Bible records

More About JOHN BARRETT(JR.) and EULATINE MCMILLIAN:
Marriage: 11 May 1911, LittleRock, Arkansas
Married By: Phili C. Fletcher In the Winfield Memorial Parsonage

Children of EULATINE MCMILLIAN and JOHN BARRETT(JR.) are:
8. i. JOHN MOODY BARRETT6 111, b. 14 Apr 1914, Arkansas; d. Jan 1976, Pastoria, Arkansas..
9. ii. MARGARET ELIZABETH BARRETT, b. 19 Nov 1916, Arkansas; d. 03 Jan 1987, Sttugart, Ar..


4. FRED LEE5 MCMILLIAN (MARY MOLLIE4 REYNOLDS, HARTWELL STAIN3, HENRY B.2, HENRY1) was born 03 Nov 1889 in Toledo, Arkansas, and died 18 Sep 1969 in Oklahoma City, Ok.. He married NOMA SMITH 14 Jan 1917 in Waco, Texas. She was born 01 Feb 1895 in Texas, and died 29 Dec 1981.

More About FRED LEE MCMILLIAN:
Census: 1930, Okalahoma County, Ward One
Confirmation: 1911 by Rev. Hay
Religion: Methodist

More About FRED MCMILLIAN and NOMA SMITH:
Marriage: 14 Jan 1917, Waco, Texas

Children of FRED MCMILLIAN and NOMA SMITH are:
10. i. FRED LEE MCMILLAN6 JR., b. 06 Feb 1918.
ii. MILTON DOUGLAS MCMILLAN, b. 02 Jul 1919.
11. iii. MARY KATHERN MCMILLAN, b. 19 Jul 1920.
12. iv. MURRAY EDWARD MCMILLAN, b. 09 Apr 1925.


Generation No. 3

5. HELEN CARR6 WARE (MARY ELIZABETH5 MCMILLIAN, MARY MOLLIE4 REYNOLDS, HARTWELL STAIN3, HENRY B.2, HENRY1) was born 17 Feb 1899 in Jefferson Couny, Arkansas, and died 23 Jun 1991. She married (1) JOHN HERMAN LAMB. She married (2) ALBERT DANIEL BIEHL 21 Jun 1921 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. He was born 20 Oct 1897 in Mississippi, and died Aug 1970.

More About HELEN CARR WARE:
Census: 1920, Census Drew Co., Monticello, Ar.

More About ALBERT DANIEL BIEHL:
Census: 1930, Bay Saint Louis, Hancock, Mississippi page 7A
Census 2: 1920, New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana 11b
Occupation: 1930, Railroad Conducto, Source 1930, Bay Saint Louis, Hancock, Mississippi

More About ALBERT BIEHL and HELEN WARE:
Marriage: 21 Jun 1921, Pine Bluff, Arkansas
Marriage license: Located in Book BB page 628 Pine Pluff, Court House Records
Married By: Rev. E R Stell at The Methodist Parsonage in Pine Bluff, Arkansas

Children of HELEN WARE and ALBERT BIEHL are:
i. ALBERT D BIEHL7 JR., b. 05 Jan 1922, Mobile, Alabama; m. WIFE.
ii. HELEN ELIZABETH BIEHL, b. 02 Mar 1923, Mobile, Alabama; m. LLOYDS.
iii. LLOYD TURNSTALL BIEHL, b. 17 Sep 1924, Mobile, Alabama.
iv. AUDRAY LEE BIEHL, b. 05 May 1926, Mobile, Alabama; m. GEORGE CARR.
13. v. GLORIE PATRICIA BIEHL, b. 04 Apr 1931, Mobile, Alabama.


6. MAXIMILLIAN6 WARE (MARY ELIZABETH5 MCMILLIAN, MARY MOLLIE4 REYNOLDS, HARTWELL STAIN3, HENRY B.2, HENRY1) was born 12 Nov 1900 in Jefferson Couny, Arkansas, and died 27 Oct 1964 in Arlington, Va. He married GRACE BROGDEN in Fayettevile, Arkansas.

More About MAXIMILLIAN WARE:
Cause of Death: Died fo block arteries suppling blood to heart.
Census: 1900, Census Drew Co. Monticello, Ar.
Census 2: 1910, Twp 4 Range 3, Hinds, MS

More About MAXIMILLIAN WARE and GRACE BROGDEN:
Marriage: Fayettevile, Arkansas

Child of MAXIMILLIAN WARE and GRACE BROGDEN is:
i. MAXIMIIIAM7 WARE, b. 26 Jun 1947.


7. JACK ALLEN6 WARE (MARY ELIZABETH5 MCMILLIAN, MARY MOLLIE4 REYNOLDS, HARTWELL STAIN3, HENRY B.2, HENRY1) was born 16 Feb 1904 in Jefferson Couny, Arkansas, and died 16 Nov 1934 in New York, New York. He married IMELDA CECILIA KIPPES 05 Jan 1930 in New York, New York. She was born 26 Jun 1901 in Louisville, KY, and died 13 Dec 1988 in Louisville, KY.

More About JACK ALLEN WARE:
Census: 1900, Census Drew Co., Monticello, Ar.
Census 2: 1910, Twp 4 Range 3, Hinds, MS
Individual Note: 1930, Married by Justice of Peace

More About JACK WARE and IMELDA KIPPES:
Marriage: 05 Jan 1930, New York, New York

Child of JACK WARE and IMELDA KIPPES is:
14. i. ALLAN PARKER7 WARE, b. 28 Mar 1931, New York, New York.


8. JOHN MOODY BARRETT6 111 (EULATINE M.5 MCMILLIAN, MARY MOLLIE4 REYNOLDS, HARTWELL STAIN3, HENRY B.2, HENRY1) was born 14 Apr 1914 in Arkansas, and died Jan 1976 in Pastoria, Arkansas.. He married VIRGINIA S. JENKINS 1936. She was born 11 Oct 1915, and died 15 Oct 1991 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas.

More About JOHN MOODY BARRETT 111:
Burial: Bellwood Cemetery, Jefferson County

More About VIRGINIA S. JENKINS:
Burial: Bellwood Cemetery, Jefferson County

More About JOHN 111 and VIRGINIA JENKINS:
Marriage: 1936

Children of JOHN 111 and VIRGINIA JENKINS are:
15. i. JOHN MOODY BARRETT7 1V, b. 04 Oct 1937.
ii. JIM WILLIE BARRETT, b. 09 Mar 1940; d. 1959.


9. MARGARET ELIZABETH6 BARRETT (EULATINE M.5 MCMILLIAN, MARY MOLLIE4 REYNOLDS, HARTWELL STAIN3, HENRY B.2, HENRY1) was born 19 Nov 1916 in Arkansas, and died 03 Jan 1987 in Sttugart, Ar.. She married CARL G. DINTELMAN 1944 in Sherrill, Arkansas. He was born 11 Oct 1918, and died 09 Feb 1998 in Sttugart, Ar..

More About MARGARET ELIZABETH BARRETT:
Census: Social Security #: 115-09-0603

More About CARL DINTELMAN and MARGARET BARRETT:
Marriage: 1944, Sherrill, Arkansas

Children of MARGARET BARRETT and CARL DINTELMAN are:
i. GEORGE EDWARD7 DINTELMAN, b. 1945; m. SHARON CLEMENTS, 1966.

More About GEORGE DINTELMAN and SHARON CLEMENTS:
Marriage: 1966

ii. CARL BARRETT DINTELMAN, b. 14 Jul 1947; d. 04 Apr 2000, Pine Bluff, Arkansas.

Notes for CARL BARRETT DINTELMAN:
Ashley County Ledger

Carl Barry Dintelman

Carl Barry Dintelman, 53, of Stuttgart died Thursday, April 4, 20001, at the Stuttgart hospital. Born July 14, 1947, in Pine Bluff, he was retired from the U. S. Army after serving in the Vietnam era and was a member of the Stuttgart First United Methodist Church.

Survivors include two brothers, Jim Dintelman of Hamburg and George Dintelman of Stuttgart.

Grave-side services were at 2 p.m. Friday, April 6, at the Lone Tree Cemetery with Rev. George Williams officiating and arrangements by Turpin Funeral Home of Stuttgart.

The family suggests memorials to the First United Methodist Church of Stuttgart.



iii. WILLIAM CLARK DINTELMAN, b. 1952.
iv. JIM LEE DINTELMAN, b. 1954.


10. FRED LEE MCMILLAN6 JR. (FRED LEE5 MCMILLIAN, MARY MOLLIE4 REYNOLDS, HARTWELL STAIN3, HENRY B.2, HENRY1) was born 06 Feb 1918. He married VIRGINIA HOYER 03 Aug 1940 in Lubbock, Texas.

More About FRED JR. and VIRGINIA HOYER:
Marriage: 03 Aug 1940, Lubbock, Texas

Children of FRED JR. and VIRGINIA HOYER are:
i. KENNETH LEE7 MCMILLIAN, b. 10 Nov 1942.
ii. MRRON FRED MCMILLIAN, b. 08 Nov 1944.
iii. MARY FRANCES MCMILLIAN, b. 25 Jul 1947.
iv. THOMAS CARL MCMILLIAN, b. 10 Aug 1949.
v. RICHARD HOYER MCMILLIAN, b. 14 Jun 1952.
vi. CAROL NOMA MCMILLIAN, b. 11 Oct 1955.
vii. DOROTHY VIRGINIA MCMILLIAN, b. 11 Oct 1955.


11. MARY KATHERN6 MCMILLAN (FRED LEE5 MCMILLIAN, MARY MOLLIE4 REYNOLDS, HARTWELL STAIN3, HENRY B.2, HENRY1) was born 19 Jul 1920. She married S. A. LESLIE 25 Jun 1938.

More About S. LESLIE and MARY MCMILLAN:
Marriage: 25 Jun 1938

Children of MARY MCMILLAN and S. LESLIE are:
i. LEE ALAN7 LESLIE, b. 30 Apr 1939.
ii. NADA ELIEN LESLIE, b. 02 Apr 1941, 4/23/1941.
iii. CHASTER WAYNE LESLIE, b. 11 Aug 1943.
iv. KEVIN MCMILLAN LESLIE, b. 28 Dec 1947.


12. MURRAY EDWARD6 MCMILLAN (FRED LEE5 MCMILLIAN, MARY MOLLIE4 REYNOLDS, HARTWELL STAIN3, HENRY B.2, HENRY1) was born 09 Apr 1925. He married JEANINE PERRY 13 Aug 1949.

More About MURRAY MCMILLAN and JEANINE PERRY:
Marriage: 13 Aug 1949

Child of MURRAY MCMILLAN and JEANINE PERRY is:
i. JANET LYNN7 MCMILLAN.


Generation No. 4

13. GLORIE PATRICIA7 BIEHL (HELEN CARR6 WARE, MARY ELIZABETH5 MCMILLIAN, MARY MOLLIE4 REYNOLDS, HARTWELL STAIN3, HENRY B.2, HENRY1) was born 04 Apr 1931 in Mobile, Alabama. She married SAMUEL STERLING.

Notes for GLORIE PATRICIA BIEHL:
Submited by Glorie Patricia Biehl Aug 23 2005

My Daddy, Albert, died just short of their fiftieth and they had already told us that they did not want any celebration.
An interesting note, you may want: when I was going through papers after Mama died I came across my daddy's birth certificate and discovered he was originally named "Daniel Albert". I don't know when it got switched, but he always thought it was "Albert Daniel". I suppose his aunt that reared him wanted to call him Albert and that was how it evidently came about. I even found a letter from and aunt in Pennsylvania, on his father's side, to his mother referring to him as "little Daniel".
His father died in the yellow-fever epidemic about six weeks after my father's birth, so he was an only child. His mother died when he was 5-years old (I believe, also of yellow-fever, but am not sure of cause of her death.) He was reared in New Orleans by his mother's sister and her husband.


Children of GLORIE BIEHL and SAMUEL STERLING are:
16. i. MELANIE L8 STERLING.
17. ii. TERI LEE STERLING.
iii. TIMOTHY STERLING.
18. iv. SAMUEL PATRICK STERLING, b. Abt. 1957; d. 01 Dec 2009, Thailand.


14. ALLAN PARKER7 WARE (JACK ALLEN6, MARY ELIZABETH5 MCMILLIAN, MARY MOLLIE4 REYNOLDS, HARTWELL STAIN3, HENRY B.2, HENRY1) was born 28 Mar 1931 in New York, New York. He married JOAN CAROL GLASS 18 Jun 1955 in St. Martin's, Louisville, KY. She was born 26 Jan 1936.

More About ALLAN WARE and JOAN GLASS:
Marriage: 18 Jun 1955, St. Martin's, Louisville, KY

Children of ALLAN WARE and JOAN GLASS are:
i. MICHELLE8 WARE.
19. ii. LISA WARE.
iii. WYATT WARE.
iv. MARY KELLY WARE.
v. JULIE WARE.


15. JOHN MOODY BARRETT7 1V (JOHN MOODY BARRETT6 111, EULATINE M.5 MCMILLIAN, MARY MOLLIE4 REYNOLDS, HARTWELL STAIN3, HENRY B.2, HENRY1) was born 04 Oct 1937. He married JULIA FOSTER 29 Jun 1962.

More About JOHN 1V and JULIA FOSTER:
Marriage: 29 Jun 1962

Child of JOHN 1V and JULIA FOSTER is:
i. JULIA FOSTER8 BARRETT, b. 20 Jul 1963, Pine Bluff.


Generation No. 5

16. MELANIE L8 STERLING (GLORIE PATRICIA7 BIEHL, HELEN CARR6 WARE, MARY ELIZABETH5 MCMILLIAN, MARY MOLLIE4 REYNOLDS, HARTWELL STAIN3, HENRY B.2, HENRY1) She married FOUASNON.

Children of MELANIE STERLING and FOUASNON are:
i. GABRIEL ALAIN9 FOUASNON, b. 21 Dec 1885.
ii. HANAH ELIZABETH FOUASNON, b. 21 Apr 1987.
iii. RACHEAL HOPE FOUASNON, b. 17 Jul 1994.
iv. JOSUA BENJAMIN FOUASNON, b. 07 Jul 1994.


17. TERI LEE8 STERLING (GLORIE PATRICIA7 BIEHL, HELEN CARR6 WARE, MARY ELIZABETH5 MCMILLIAN, MARY MOLLIE4 REYNOLDS, HARTWELL STAIN3, HENRY B.2, HENRY1) She married ROBERT DAVID SHALFANT 05 Sep 1981.

More About ROBERT SHALFANT and TERI STERLING:
Marriage: 05 Sep 1981

Children of TERI STERLING and ROBERT SHALFANT are:
i. ROBERT SAMUEL9 CHALFANT, b. 22 Jan 1982.
ii. ANTHONY JASON CHALFANT, b. 18 Jul 1983.
iii. LEAH DANNIELLE CHALFANT, b. 16 Dec 1984.


18. SAMUEL PATRICK8 STERLING (GLORIE PATRICIA7 BIEHL, HELEN CARR6 WARE, MARY ELIZABETH5 MCMILLIAN, MARY MOLLIE4 REYNOLDS, HARTWELL STAIN3, HENRY B.2, HENRY1) was born Abt. 1957, and died 01 Dec 2009 in Thailand.

Notes for SAMUEL PATRICK STERLING:
Samuel Patrick Sterling OBIT

Samuel P. Sterling, 52, died Dec. 1, 2009 at Nathon Samui Hospital in Thailand. Sam was born in Akron and had been living in Miami, FL. He was a 1975 graduate of Garfield High School and was self-employed. He enjoyed hunting and fishing.

He is survived by his mother, Gloria of Akron; father Samuel (Viola) of MS; brother Timothy (Barbara) of CA; sisters, Teri (Rob) Chalfant and Melanie both of Akron; daughters Tiffany of Akron and Lourianne of Canada; grandsons Caleb and Kyle. He also leaves behind several nieces and nephews and many friends who loved him dearly.


Children of SAMUEL PATRICK STERLING are:
i. TIFFANY 9 STERLING.
ii. LOURIANNE STERLING.


19. LISA WARE (ALLAN PARKER7, JACK ALLEN6, MARY ELIZABETH5 MCMILLIAN, MARY MOLLIE4 REYNOLDS, HARTWELL STAIN3, HENRY B.2, HENRY1) She married DON SCHMITT.

Child of LISA WARE and DON SCHMITT is:
i. EMILY SCHMITT.

 

 

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