Our Arkansas Stuart Family, By Mary E. Clegg



"To Our Arkansas Stuart Family"


Jacob Harvey Stuart

Jacob Harvey Stuart was the son of Jacob C. Stuart and Elisabeth Bristo.
His parents were married in Gasconade County, June 6th 1827.
Jacob Harvey Stuart was born in 1838 in Missouri.
He died November 30th, 1889 in Wiseman, Izard County, Arkansas.
He married (1) Martha Ann York, Green, Frain, June 21st, 1868 in Phelps Co. Missouri.
After the Civil War, they moved to Arkansas with their young son William W. Stuart.
Martha died in 1874 and is buried in the Wiseman Cemetery, Wiseman, Arkansas.
Jacob remarried. (2) Nancy Minerva (Rennison) Turner, September 18, 1874. She was the daughter of Hiram Turner and Mary Rich of Georgia.
Jacob and Nancy Minerva together were parents of four boys and one daughter.
Nancy had one daughter, Mary Rennison, by her former marriage

Pictures below show Jacob, his wife Nancy Minerva
and the family of their son George Washington Stuart.
Little boy-Homer D. Stuart, tall boy-Herbert Stuart, Young girl-Edith Stuart,
Father-George W. Stuart, holding daughter-Dorothy Lee Stuart
and Mother-Minnie Bell (Butler) Stuart holding baby daughter-Bessie Mae Stuart

Jacob                      Nancy                    George

Jacob Harvey Stuart    Nancy Minerva Turner     George W. Stuart Family

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When I saw this lovely old farm house I instantly thought of the description my Mother would give, in reference, of their old home place in Wiseman, Izard County, Arkansas.


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