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Walsh, Tessie N.
Birth : 1900
Death : 1989 in Hardy, Sharp County, Arkansas
Buried : Hardy Cemetery
Parents:
Father: Walsh, John W.
Mother: Clayton, Laura L.
Family:
Marriage:2 February 1925, Hardy, Sharp County, Arkansas
Spouse:
Russell, Paul William
Born : 31 October 1899
Death : June 1966 in Hardy, Sharp County, Arkansas Buried : Hardy Cemetery, Hardy, Sharp County, Arkansas
Parents:
Father:Russell, Robert E.
Mother: Vinsoin, Sallie A. O.

Children:
Russell, Clifford Carlos
Russell, Bob
Notes:

In the Hardy Cemetery there are several other RUSSELL's buried. There is one Robert E. RUSSELL, b. Nov. 25,1870 d. Sept. 27,1921, next to Sallie RUSSELL, b. Nov. 15,1870 (?) d. Aug. 12,1944. I suspect that these are the parents of Paul W. There is also an Ivan H., 1895-1957, and Russell Floyd, 1897-1922. Possible siblings for Paul W.

Tessie and Paul are buried just outside the west side of the WALSH family plot in the Hardy Cemetery.


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Walsh, William
Birth : ca 1822
Death : Before 1860 (see Notes)
Buried :
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Father :
Mother :
Family :
Marriage : ca. 1840
Spouse :
Short, Delila
Birth : ca. 1825 in Tennessee
Death :
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Father :
Mother :

Children:

Walsh, John H.
BORN: ca. 1843
Walsh, Nancy
BORN: ca 1846
Walsh, William
BORN: ca. 1850
Walsh, Joab
Born: ca. 1854
Notes:

William's last name is spelled "Walch" in the 1850 Census.

In 1860 Census William is no longer with the family. Neither is Nancy.

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1850 Coffee County Tennessee
I apologize for poor quality of image.
1860 Coffee County Tennessee


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Hirst, Joseph Walter
Birth : September 1857 in Pennsylvania
Death :
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Parents :
Father : Hirst, George
Mother : ________, Ann
Family :
Marriage : ca. 1880
Spouse:
___________, Adeline "Addie" Perusila
Birth : January 1868 in Arkansas
Death :
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Father :
Mother :
Children:
Hirst, Robert
BORN: July 1886
Hirst, Lewlie
BORN: April 1892
Hirst, O. T.
BORN: January 1895
Hirst, Sybil
BORN: Nov 1897
Hirst, C. M. "Charley"
BORN: 1900
Hirst, William
BORN: 1903
Hirst, George
BORN: 1909
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Hirst, George
Birth : 1814 in England
Death :
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Spouse:
________, Ann
Birth :
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Children:
Hirst, Alice
BORN: ca. 1846
Hirst, Annie
BORN: ca. 1853
Hirst, Harvey
BORN: ca. 1855
Hirst, Joseph Walter
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Fowler, John L.
Birth : ca. 1824
Death :
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Spouse:
_____________, Lucinda
Birth : ca. 1825
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Children:
Fowler, Mary Magaurite
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Richardson, Joshua Arthur
Birth : 1799 Chatham New Hampshire
Death : 22 January 1872 Oxford, Izard County Arkansas
Buried :
Parents :

Father : Richardson, Zebadiah
Mother : Charles, Phoebe
Family 1 :
Marriage: 28 October 1827
Spouse:
Stafford, Mary
Birth : 1810
Death : 30 July 1871 Oxford, Izard County, Arkansas
Buried :
Parents :
Father :
Mother :
Children :
Richardson, William S.
Family 2 :
Marriage:
Spouse:
Barley, Sarah
Birth :
Death :
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Father :
Mother :
Children :
Richardson, Alexander
Richardson, James C.
Richardson, Francis Harvey
Richardson, Martha (Wife of Stubblefield)
Richardson, Nancy (Wife of James Smith)
Richardson, Sarah (Wife of Richard White)
Richardson, Wilmoth (Wife of John Smith)
Richardson, Thomas F.
Notes:

From the Richardson Memorial. Person 3900 page 475.
"He went to Ohio with his father’s family in 1806; in his childhood, but while yet very young, went beyond their knowledge, perhaps enticed away, and his friends heard nothing from him for twenty-six or more years. It then appeared that he had obtained a home in Little Rock, Arkansas. He died there about 1870.
Some of his sons were in the rebel army. Names and dates and other particulars, are wanting. It is said that the noted rebel general, Bill Richardson was one of his sons. According to Goodspeeds History of Northeast Arkansas William was a Captain on the Union side."

Supplemental

According to Frank Richardson, his father, Joshua was from Wales and moved to America in 1804 at the age of 3. They moved to Massachusetts from Maine, then to Missouri, then on. to Fulton Co., Arkansas, where he lived until death. Other family stories, such as the appended account, ’The Alex Richardson Family Ancestors," contradicts this information in some particulars.
Joshua was not himself an emigrant to the United States. He was the seventh generation Richardson born in this country his family having been in this country since the 1630’s. Census records indicate that. Joshua was born in Massachusetts or Maine, not in Scotland or Wales as family legends claim. The Richardson Memorial—an 1876 volume that records the lives and progeny of brothers Ezekiel, Samuel, and Thomas Richardson—proves that Joshua’s family had been in the United States for years.
Perhaps Joshua ran away from home or perhaps he was kidnapped. Why he waited for twenty-six years to re-establish contact with the family is both a mysterious and interesting question. How did he feel to learn of his father’s death and his mother’s remarriage while he was away? How did the family receive him? Joshua was undoubtedly a person with a story to tell; unfortunately, that story is probably lost to us.
A record in Arkansas and the Civil War, by John L. Ferguson (1926), shows that on 12/24/1861, Joshua and his son James were brought as prisoners before the Fulton County military board, which was a Confederate board of inquiry. The recorders of this testimony described Joshua as “Born in Massachusetts aged 61 years, occupation Methodist Minister and farmer 18 years in the State Character Bad” and James as “aged 23 years” and “Character bad as a boy can be.”
On this day the board was investigating a secret society with pro-Union and/or anti-Confederate sympathies. According to testimony, some citizens of Fulton County met at or near the home of Joshua Richardson. Both Joshua and James insisted that they “[m]et to protect our lives and property from lawless mobs.” However, other citizens who were also accused claimed that the purpose of the organization was “Rob[b]ing and Stealing from secessionists.” Apparently, the group had a secret oath sign and password; the only one explicitly discussed in this testimony was a piece of yellow cloth, which may have indicated to members that the house was inhabited by members of the society.

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Richardson, Zebediah
Birth: 17 January 1769 Amherst New Hampshire
Death: 5 December 1822 Houston, Shelby County, Ohio
Buried:
Parents:

Father: Richardson, Zebediah
Mother: Snow, Rebecca
Family :
Marriage: 1790
Spouse:
Charles, Phoebe
Birth: 1772 New Hampshire
Death: 4 June 1858 Houston, Shelby County, Ohio
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Mother:
Children:
Born Chatham N.H.
Richardson, Zebadiah Born: 1 September 1794
Richardson, Phebe
Richardson, Polly
Richardson, Jonas
Richardson, Joshua Arthur
Richardson, Snow Born: 23 June 1800

Born Fryebrg Me.:
Richardson, Sally Born: ca. 1802
Richardson, Clarissa Born: ca. 1804
Richardson, Eri Born: ca. 1806

Born Belmont County Ohio:
Richardson, Thomas Born 1808

Born Houston County Ohio:
Richardson, Nancy Born: 29 June 1812
Richardson, Cynthia Born: 1814
Richardson, Matilda Born: 1816 Died: 1818

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