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LARGE SLAVEHOLDERS OF 1860.

Morgan Co. Georgia.

West Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana.

Jefferson Co. Mississippi.

Madison Parish, Louisiana.

Warren Co. Mississippi.


ALABAMA, ARKANSAS, OKLAHOMA, & TEXAS RECORDS.

ALABAMA RECORDS, 1798-1916.


NOLEN FAMILY MARRIAGES IN LAUDERDALE COUNTY, ALABAMA.

ALABAMA MARRIAGES BEFORE 1825.


1830 LAUDERDALE CO. AL CENSUS - MARRIAGE RECORDS.


LAUDERDALE COUNTY, ALABAMA MARRIAGE BOOK 2 - 1825 - 1833.

GROOMS.


BRIDES.


LAUDERDALE COUNTY, ALABAMA MARRIAGE BOOK 3, 1833 - 1838.

GROOMS.


BRIDES.


LAUDERDALE COUNTY, ALABAMA MARRIAGE BOOK 5, 1841 - 1851.


LAUDERDALE COUNTY, ALABAMA MARRIAGE BOOK 6, 1851 - 1857.

GROOMS.


BRIDES.


LAUDERDALE COUNTY, ALABAMA MARRIAGE BOOK #3, PART 1 1858 - 1867.


OLD LAWRENCE [CO. ALABAMA] REMINISCENCES.

License & Bond 1866.


GREEN NOWLEN & ELIZA M. ISBELL has our permission to get married so you can give the license all right. This May the 31st 1866.



Bond signed by GREEN NOLEN & Thomas J. Graham. Marriage solemnized 3 June 1866 at the residence of T. J. Graham by L. B. Sanderson, MG. Recorded in Orphans/Probate Court Marriage License Record Book D, page 184, Lawrence Co. AL, Lawrence County Alabama Historical Commission, June 1998, Vol. 12, #2.


LAUDERDALE COUNTY, ALABAMA MARRIAGE BOOK #3, PART 2 1868 - 1872.


LAUDERDALE COUNTY, ALABAMA MARRIAGE NOTICES FROM VARIOUS NEWSPAPERS.

Times and Journal, Wed, Feb. 19, 1873.



Marriage Licenes - Issued during February 1873, from the 1st to the 19th:



LAUDERDALE COUNTY, ALABAMA MARRIAGE BOOK A, 1870 - 1876.


LAUDERDALE COUNTY, ALABAMA: Rev. John W. Lee's Marriage Records.

1882

A. M. ROBBINS to M. E. NOLEN [A. M. (Addison Melvin) Robbins is POSSIBLY the son of Addison Melvin Robbins Sr., and unknown first wife. M. E. (Mary Elizabeth) NOLAN is POSSIBLE the daughter of WILLIAM NOLAN and Mary Anna Seaton.]


1892.



W. L. NOLEN to NANCY PALMORE.



1916

J. W. NOLEN to LORA WHITAKER Feb 13 [J. W. (John William) NOLEN is the son of WILLIAM NOLEN and Mary Ada Seaton, Lora Ann Whitaker is the daughter of John Robert Whitaker and Arlene Lennie Faulkner.]


OLD LAND RECORDS OF LAUDERDALE CO. AL.

Map of Township 1; Range 13; Lauderdale Co. AL.


Township 1 south Range 13 West Huntsville Meridian Description of the Tract Area, United States Title Date of Sale, Location or Grant Number of Certificate or Warrant Military Act, Part of Section Section Acres 100ths to Whom Sold or Granted.


Section 1 637.84.




LAUDERDALE COUNTY ALABAMA LAND RECORDS.

Range 12 West: Townships 1, 2, and 3.


Abstracted: July 2000 by Jeanene Daniels.


These are the names of people to whom land was originally transferred from the government in Range 12 West in Lauderdale County, Alabama. Original documents along with more detailed information can be found at the Bureau of Land Management - General Land Office.


Township 1 South, Range 12 West.


Map of Township 1; Range 12; Lauderdale Co. AL.


T1SR12W contains the communities of Threet, Johnson Crossroads, and Cloverdale. The Natchez Trace Parkway runs from north to south through the western half of this township. It borders Wayne County, Tennessee to the north.



ALABAMA LAND RECORDS.

Map of Township 1; Range 8; Lauderdale Co. AL.







The above parcel of land Township 20S, Range 10E, Section 31 may be that of THOMAS F. NOLEN, Randolph Co. AL. He apparently came from Chambers Co. AL.



It has been suggested that the above parcel of land Township 13S, Range 15W, Section 35 is in Lamar Co. AL and belonged to Thomas Nolen, son of William, who came to the area in 1825.










Valley Leaves, Lauderdale County, AL - December 1982.


Pages 195-6.


WIll of BERRY NOLEN.

Dated: 2 Sept 1847, Prob: 27 Apr 1850.


...Being of Sound mind and disposing memory... To my beloved wife Rachel, $100, cow, calf, feather bed, bedstead & furniture, 100 lbs. bacon, 4 hogs, 100 bushels corn, and 300 lbs. flour to dispose of at any time. Wife shall have, during her natural life or widowhood, use and labor of following property, viz: negores Silla and Aaron, one horse, one carryall, one sow and pigs, one pot rack, 2 pair pot hooks, 3 pieces of castings, one seive, one tea kettle, one coffee pot, six tumblers, 3 bowls, 2 dishes, one coffee mill, 3 water vessels, 4 head of sheep, 3 silver spoons, 6 plates, one set tea cups and saucers, one set knives and forks, one bureau, and one book case and six chairs.


To my son Rufus K. NOLEN my negro man William and to my Son Ammon D. NOLEN I give my negro man George.


To my daughter Martha G. Carr, $500. To my daughter Linal [Sinai?] Pinkston, $500. To my daughter Artimissa D. Young, $500. To my daughter Martha G. Carr also one feather bed and furniture and 3 silver spoons and $50. in money if any is left after the above sums are paid.


Balance of my estate to be sold at discretion of my executors without the usual court expense and money equally divided between all my lawful heirs except Jefferson Whitfleld, and I will that my grandchildren, Henry W. Whitfield and Martha Whitfield, shall have an equal share of said division.


To my son Allen J. NOLEN, at death of my wife, negro man Aaron. The balance of her property to be sold and the money equally divided among my lawful heirs.


Appoints son Ammon D. NOLEN and son-in-law Thomas K. Young executors.


Berry NOLEN.


Witness: John S. Farr, Burwell McManas, Matthew Pinkston.


ANNALS OF NORTHWEST ALABAMA.

Vol. 1, P. 28.


Pickens Co.


THOMAS NOLAND, prior to 1826, Justice of the Peace.


ALABAMA CENSUS.

1830 Lauderdale Co. AL Census Image.



1830 Lauderdale Co. AL Census Image.



1830 Lauderdale Co. AL Census Image.



1840 Lauderdale Co. AL Census Image.




1840 Lauderdale Co. AL Census Image.





LAUDERDALE COUNTY, ALABAMA MARRIAGE BOOK 5, 1841 - 1851.

NOWLIN, HARDINS *(25 T)* to CYTHA VICKARS *(24 A)* *(GREEN BERRY)*; License issued May 15, 1845; Solemnized, between HARDIN NOWLIN and CYTHA VICKARS, May 16, 1845 by C. B. JONES, J. P.; page 179.


1850 Slave Schedule, Lauderdale Co. AL: 22 Oct - 19 Dec 1850.





1850 Lauderdale Co. AL Census Image.






* 20 April 2013

"My name is Steve Cooper and I live in Cloverdale, Lauderdale County, Alabama, about 5 miles from the TN / AL state line and about 11 miles north of Florence, Alabama. I have been doing family tree for some 26 years. I am not far from where Nolan and Nolen families were in the 1800's."

"Recently a friend (David Montgomery) and I found an old cemetery that has very old headstones. I am writing each of you because I thought you would be interested in our find. David Montgomery has a website called cemeteriesonly.com In this old cemterery we found markers for:

Martha R. Poulk, wife of J. A. 16 Jan 1836-- 24 Dec. 1858 (Poulk on headstone) (Joshua Paulk, her husband is buried at Austin Cemetery about 1 mile north of this cemetery on the same county road)

William Perkins, son of Jas. P. and Martha G. (Call) 11 May 1832-- 06 Oct. 1845

Peggy Nolen, 26 May 1779-- Mar. ?? 1831

I am almost certain that this is the Margaret Martin that married Littleberry Nolen. I know that Peggy was used as a nickname for Margaret."

"I come from the line of Carmaletta Nolan/Nolen that married John Cooper, son of Stephen Cooper and Elizabeth UNKNOWN.



"I live in Cloverdale, Alabama. It was called Rawhide, Alabama in older census and was also either Westmorelandville or very near Westmorelandville. ... this land was once owned by A. A. Westmoreland."

Steve Cooper


1850 Lauderdale Co. AL Census Image.


District No. 1, 5 Nov 1850.



1850 Lauderdale Co. AL Census Image.


P. 324 (2 Div EA).





1850 Lauderdale Co. AL: District No. 1, 14 Dec 1850.




1850 Lauderdale Co. AL Agricultural Census.



Name, Page, Date, Improved, Unimproved, Value.





1860 Agricultural Census, Lauderdale Co. AL.



Name, Improved Acres, Unimproved Acres, Value, Page.




1860 Lauderdale Co. AL Census Image.


1860 Lauderdale Co. AL Census Image 2.



Household #126.




The two HARDEN/HARDIN NOWLAND'S (NOWLIN'S) (NOLEN'S) listed below in the 1860 Lauderdale Co. AL Census could be brothers, twins, or possibly cousins. My third great grandfather, HARDEN NOWLAND of household #503, was the son of THOMAS NOLEN of Lauderdale Co. AL. The other HARDIN NOWLAND of household #542 could have been a twin or a cousin. MICAJAH NOLEN (NOWLIN), who was living in the adjacent county of Wayne Co. TN in 1840, was the brother of my fourth great grandfather THOMAS NOLEN of Lauderdale Co. AL. The 1840 census record of MICAJAH NOLEN (NOWLIN) in Wayne Co. TN, however, does not list any male children. My fourth great grandfather, THOMAS NOLEN, was listed as THOMAS H. NOLLAND in the Williamson County TN Court Minutes, January 1810.


1860 Lauderdale Co. AL Census Image.



Household #503.




1860 Lauderdale Co. AL Census Image.


Household #542.




INDEX FOR COMPILED SERVICE RECORDS: ALABAMA UNITS, FLORIDA WAR.

P. 24.



P. 35.



CIVIL WAR.

ALABAMA CIVIL WAR SERVICE DATABASE.

HARDEN NOLEN.

HARDEN NOLEN is listed as having served in the 11th Alabama Cavalry Regiment, CSA, Company K and I as a Private. Two of the companies formed were from Lauderdale County, Alabama.


ELEVENTH ALABAMA CAVALRY REGIMENT.

"The nucleus of this regiment was a battalion that served for some time under Gen. Forrest, and was commanded by Col. Jeffrey Forrest. Soon after the latter's death, the command was increased to a regiment, and re-organized. It was with Forrest in the attack on Athens and Sulphur Trestle, and in the fight at Pulaski, losing very severely in casualties on the expedition. The regiment rendered effective service to Gen. Hood. It was part of Roddy's force at Montevallo, and was in front of Wilson's column to Selma; At the assault on the works there, the Eleventh was in the trenches, and nearly all its men retired therefrom, as the part of the line held by them was not assailed. The regiment laid down its arms at Decatur."


JAMES NOLEN.

A JAMES NOLEN is listed as having served in the First Alabama Infantry Regiment, CSA, Company E as a Private.


FIRST ALABAMA INFANTRY REGIMENT.

"This was the first regiment organized under the act of the State legislature authorizing the enlistment of troops for twelve months. The companies rendezvoused at Pensacola in February and March 1861, and about the 1st of April organized by the election of regimental officers. Transferred to the army of the Confederate States soon after, it remained on duty at Pensacola for a year. It was chiefly occupied in manning the batteries and took part in the bombardments of November 23, and January 1, 1862. A detachment was in the night fight on Santa Rosa Island. Being the oldest regiment in the Confederate service, it was first called on to re-enlist for the war, at the end of the first year, and seven of the companies did so. Ordered to Tennessee, the regiment, 1000 strong, reached Island Ten March 12, 1862. In the severe conflict there, all but a remnant of the regiment were captured. Those who escaped were organized into a battalion, which was part of the garrision at Fort Pillow, and afterwards fought at Corinth. Those captured were exchanged in September, and the regiment rendezvoused at Jackson, Miss., having lost 150 by death in prison, 150 by casualties since and during the siege of Island Ten. At once ordered to Port Hudson, they participated in the privations of that siege. They were captured, after losing 150 killed and wounded. The privates were paroled and the officers kept in prison till the peace. The men were exchanged in the fall, and joined Gen. Johnston in Mississippi, 610 strong. The regiment was then at Mobile and Pollard, and joined Gen. Johnston at Alatoona. In Cantey's brigade, it fought at New Hope, and was afterwards transferred to the brigade of Gen. Quarles, in which it served till the end. It participated at Kennesa, and lost considerably at Peach Tree Creek. In the terrible assault on the enemy's lines at Atlanta, July 28, the regiment won fresh renown, but lost half of its force in killed and wounded. Moving with Hood into Tennessee, it again lost very heavily at Franklin and Nashville. Transferred to North Carolina, it took part at Averysboro and Bentonville, and about 100 men surrendered at Goldsboro. Upwards of 3000 names were on its rolls at different times during the war, including the companies that did not re-enlist."


The above and below information is from the Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System and "Brief Historical Sketches of Military Organizations Raised In Alabama During the Civil War." Reproduced from Willis Brewer's Alabama: Her History, Resources War Record, and Public Men From 1540 to 1872.


OTHER POSSIBLE LISTINGS FOR JAMES NOLEN DURING THE CIVIL WAR.

42nd REGIMENT ALABAMA INFANTRY.

JAMES NOLAND, Company B, Private, Corporal.


"42nd Infantry Regiment was assembled during May, 1862, at Columbus, Mississippi. It was principally a reorganization of other regiments whose twelve month term of service was complete. Some of the men had served in the 2nd Alabama Regiment. Its members were from the counties of Monroe, Pickens, Wilcox, Mobile, Conecuh, Fayette, Talladega, and Marion. The unit was on provost duty at Tupelo until October when it was assigned to J. C. Moore's command. It fought at Corinth and later became part of the forces defending Vicksburg . On July 4, 1863, the regiment was captured. Exchanged and reorganized, it was attached to A.Baker's, Gibson's, Brantley's Brigade, fought at Chattanooga and Atlanta, moved to Mobile, then rejoined the Army of Tennessee in North Carolina. The unit lost fifty percent of the 700 engaged at Corinth, reported 46 casualtes at Chattanooga, and totalled 311 men and 247 arms in December, 1863. At Resaca it had about 300 effectives, but its number was greatly reduced at the surrender. Colonels John W. Portis and T. C. Lanier, and Major W. C. Fergus."


2nd REGIMENT ALABAMA INFANTRY.

JAMES NOLAND, Company B, Private.


"2nd Infantry Regiment [also called Magnolia Regiment] was organized at Fort Morgan, Alabama, during April, 1861. Its members were raised in Calhoun, Pickens, Franklin, Monroe, Clarke, Mobile, and Jackson counties. The regiment formed the garrison at Fort Morgan, serving as infantry and artillery, until March, 1862, when it was ordered to Fort Pillow in Tennessee. Here it disbanded because its term of service had expired. The officers and men joined other Alabama commands. Colonel Henry Maury, Lieutenant Colonel H. C. Bradford, and Major Daniel P. Forney were its field officers."


26th REGIMENT ALABAMA INFANTRY (O'NEAL'S).

JAMES NOLAND, Company K, Private.


"26th Infantry Regiment was formed at Tuscumbia, Alabama, in December, 1861, using the seven company 3rd Alabama Infantry Battalion as its nucleus. The men were from Walker, Winston, Tuscaloosa, Marion, and Fayette counties. Two companies under Major J. S. Garvin were soon ordered to Fort Donelson and captured in that fight on February 16, 1862. After being exchanged, they joined the regiment in Virginia. It was placed in General Rains' Brigade at Yorktown, then was assigned to Rodes', O'Neal's, and Battle's Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia. The 26th was active in many conflicts of the army from Williamsburg to Mine Run. Later it moved to Camp Sumter, Georgia, and for a time guarded prinsoners. During the spring of 1864, the unit was attached to Cantey's Brigade and fought with the Army of Tennessee from Atlanta to Bentonville. This unit totalled 283 men in April, 1862, and reported 32 casualties at Gaines' Mill and 86 at Malvern Hill. It lost 116 at Chancellorsville, and of the 319 engaged at Gettysburg, forty-one percent were disabled. The regiment was badly cut up at Nashville and a very small group surrendered in April, 1865. Its commanders were Colonel Edward A. O'Neal; Lieutenant Colonels John S. Gavin, William H. Hunt, and William C. Reeder; and Majors David F. Bryan, and R. D. Redden."


5th BATTALION ALABAMA INFANTRY VOLUNTEERS.

JAMES NOLAN, Private.


"5th Infantry Battalion was formed near Dumfries, Virginia, in December, 1861, with men from Sumner, Calhoun, and Mobile counties. Composed of six companies it was known as the 8th Battalion prior to October 22, 1862. The unit was assigned to Wigfall's, then Archer's Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia, and was active from the Seven Days' Battles to Chancellorsville. It went to Gettysburg with 135 men and more than thirty percent were disabled. The battalion was soon reduced to three companies and placed on provost duty in A.P. Hill's 3rd Corps. In September, 1864, it totalled 159 effectives and surrendered with 125. Lieutenant Colonels F. B. Shepherd and H. H. Walker, and Major A. S. Van de Graaff were its commanders."


MOBILE (ALABAMA) CITY TROOP.

JAMES NOLAN, Private.


BREED’S MOUNTED INFANTRY VOLUNTEERS, RANDOLPH, ALABAMA.

LARKIN BREED’S COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS MOUNTED INFANTRY FOR COMPANY F OF FAULKNER’S MOUNTED INFANTRY BATTALION.

Officers elected and company organized Nov 11, 1864 by Randolph County Sheriff LARKIN BREED.


* NOLEN, J. G. Private.


* A muster roll dated 17 November 1864 lists this private as J. R. NOLEN age 16 born in Georgia.


CIVIL WAR LISTINGS FOR GREEN B. NOLEN.

40th REGIMENT TENNESSEE INFANTRY (WALKER'S) (5th CONFEDERATE INFANTRY).

GREEN B. NOLEN, Company E, Sergeant.


"40th Infantry Regiment was organized at Memphis, Tennessee, in October, 1861, with one Florida, one Kentucky, four Alabama, and four Arkansas companies. During February, 1862, it became the 5th (Walker's) Confederate Infantry Regiment. The field officers were Colonels C. C. Henderson and Lucius M. Walker, Lieutenant Colonel John A. Minter, and Major Hiram H. Higgins."


34th REGIMENT MISSISSIPPI INFANTRY.

GREEN B. NOLEN, Company F, Private.


"34th Infantry Regiment [also called 37th Regiment] was organized at Holly Springs, Mississippi, in April, 1862. The men were drawn from the counties of Tate, Smith, Marshall, Tippah, Holmes, and Benton. Serving in General Walthall's and Brantly's Brigade, the unit fought with the Army of Tennessee from Chickamauga to Atlanta, then saw action in Tennessee and North Carolina, It lost 15 killed, 91 wounded, and 19 missing of the 307 engaged at Chickamauga, and reported 235 casualteis at Chattanooga. In December, 1863, it was consolidated with the 29th and 30th Regiments and totalled 554 men and 339 arms. The 34th had 15 disabled in the fight at Resaca and 18 at Ezra Church. It surrendered on April 26, 1865. The field officers were Colonel Samuel Benton; Lieutenant Colonel Daniel B. Wright; and Majors Thomas A. Falconer, Armistead T. Mason, and William G. Pegram."


54th REGIMENT ALABAMA INFANTRY.

GREEN B. NOLEN, Company I, 2nd Lieutenant.


"54th Infantry Regiment [also called 50th Regiment] wsa organized in October, 1862, by adding four Alabama companies of Walker's 5th Confederate Regiment to the 4th Confederate Regiment. Its members were from Coffee, Macon, Choctaw, Limestone, Blount, Morgan, and De Kalb counties. The unit served in General Tilghman's and Buford's Brigade, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana, and saw action at Fort Pemberton and Champion's Hill. After the siege of Jackson, it was assigned to A. Baker's, Gibson's, and Brantley's Brigade, Army of Tennessee. The 54th participated in the Atlanta Campaign, moved to Mobile, then returned to the army in North Carolina. During the Atlanta Campaign, May 7-June 2, it lost 12 killed and 49 wounded, and in the Battle of Atlanta more than half of the regiment was disabled. Few were included in the surrender on April 25, 1865. The field officers were Colonels Alpheus Baker and John A. Minter, and Lieutenant Colonel T. H."


7th REGIMENT ALABAMA CAVALRY.

G. B. NOLIN/NOLAND, Company C, Private.


"7th Cavalry Regiment was formed at Newborn, Alabama, during July, 1863, with companies were raised in the counties of Randolph, Shelby, Greene, Pickens, and Montgomery. For a year the unit served in the Pollard area assigned to General Clanton's Brigade. In July, 1864, it contained 451 men, but was not serving as one command; two companies were with General Page, and eight rode with Colonel I.W. Patton. The 7th was later attached to B. M. Thomas', W. W. Allen's, and Bell's Brigade. It took part in the raid on Johnsonville and was engaged in the fighting as Hood moved toward Nashville. In April, 1865, it had less than 300 effectives and half that number surrendered at Gainesville, Alabama, in May. The field officers were Colonel Joseph Hodgson, and Lieutenant Colonels Turner Clanton, Jr., Henry J. Livingston, and F. C. Randolph."


LAUDERDALE CO. ALABAMA - 1866 STATE CENSUS, WHITE POPULATION.


Township 3, Range 11 West.




Township 3, Range 7 West.




1870 Lauderdale Co. AL Census Image.



Map of Township 1; Range 15; Waterloo, Lauderdale Co. AL.

Map of Township 2; Range 15; Waterloo, Lauderdale Co. AL.






1870 Lauderdale Co. AL Census Image.




1870 Lauderdale Co. AL Census Image.







1870 ALABAMA CENSUS: AFRICAN-AMERICAN (NOLAN, NOLAND, NOLEN, NOLIN).

Black.


Surname, Given Name, Age, Sex, Race, Birthplace, State, County, Location, Year.



Mulatto.


Surname, Given Name, Age, Sex, Race, Birthplace, State, County, Location, Year.



1880 Lauderdale Co. AL Census.




Source: Census Place Township 1, Lauderdale, Alabama; Family History Library Film: 1254017; NA Film Number: T9-0017; Page Number 42C.


1880 Lauderdale Co. AL Census.




Source: Census Place District 145, Beat 10, Lauderdale, Alabama; Family History Library Film: 1254017; NA Film Number: T9-0017; Page Number 63D.


1880 Lauderdale Co. AL Census.




Source: Census Place Lauderdale, Alabama; Family History Library Film: 1254018; NA Film Number: T9-0018; Page Number 88B.



1880 Lauderdale Co. AL Census.



Source: Census Place Township 1, Lauderdale, Alabama; Family History Library Film 1254017; NA Film Number T9-0017; Page Number 26C.


1880 Lauderdale Co. AL Census.




Source: Census Place Lauderdale, Alabama; Family History Library Film: 1254018; NA Film Number: T9-0018; Page Number 127A.


1900 Census Index - Lauderdale Co. AL.




HISTORY LAUDERDALE CO. ALABAMA.

P. 55.


“During the Williamson ownership the hotel was managed by his sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Hatch, for the period 1904 to 1909. Williamson sold the property to a North Dakota farmer, who in turn sold it to a company consisting of W. M. Richardson, C. W. Ashcraft, F. A. NOLAN, Earle Jackson, and J. W. Young. This company used the area as a timber stand.”


P. 89.


“WILLIAM H. NOLAND listed his occupation as that of Lieutenant in the Navy.”


ARKANSAS RECORDS, 1861-1990.

CIVIL WAR.

*CONFEDERATE BURIALS IN ARKANSAS.

NOLEN, J. - Oakland Cemetery, Ouachita Co.


NOLAND, JAMES - Co. H., Rector, Van Buren Cemetery, Crawford Co., Believed to be JAMES B. NOLAND, Private Co. H. 2nd Arkansas Mounted Rifles.


NOLIN, JAMES - Believed to be same person above.


* Confederate Burials in Arkansas are from Confederate Soldiers Buried in Arkansas: A Compilation Representative of All Confederate States by Rena Marie Knight.


FAIRVIEW CEMETERY, VAN BUREN, AR - ORIGINAL LIST OF CONFEDERATE DEAD.

CRAWFORD CO. AR.


NOLIN, JAMES Company H, Rector’s Regiment, Arkansas.


COMPANY H. 17TH (GRIFFITH'S) ARKANSAS INFANTRY REGIMENT, CSA.

NOLEN, JAMES Private - Age 19, Enlisted 4 December 1861 at Van Buren, Arkansas and died 16 March 1862 at Van Buren, Arkansas.


INDEX TO ARKANSAS CONFEDERATE PENSION APPLICATIONS.

P. 222-223.


NOLAN, C. W.,* widow; Mrs. C. W.; Co. C. 1st Texas Cavalry; she applied 1926, Miller Co.; he died 7/24/1924.


NOLAN, M. H., widow Mrs. M. H.; Co. K. 12th Arkansas Infantry; she applied 1906, Little River Co.; he died 1880.


NOLAN W. T., Co. D. 44th Georgia Infantry; he applied 1914, Izard Co.


NOLAND, ANDERSON A., * widow BELLE; Co. A. 4th Arkansas Infantry; he applied 1915, Conway Co.; he died 8/22/1921.


NOLAND, G. W., * widow Mrs. G. W.; Co. G. 4th Louisiana Cavalry; he applied 1913, she applied 1922, Chicot Co.; 11/1/1921.


NOLAND, JAS., widow NANCY M.; Co. A. 20th Arkansas Infantry; she applied 1908, Hempstead Co.; he died 1892.


NOLAND, LEWIS B., widow FANNIE (GIBBS); Co. C. 3rd Arkansas Cavalry; she applied 1927, Garland Co.; he died 1868.


NOLEN, S. A., widow LETTIE ANN; Co. G. 32nd Arkansas Infantry; she applied 1913, Woodruff Co.; he died 2/28/1912, she died 6/18/1932.


NOLEN, T. O., Co. E. Bryant’s Battalion Arkansas Cavalry; he applied 1922, Franklin Co.


NOLEN, THOMAS K., Co. F. Crandles’ Arkansas Cavalry; he applied 1916, Faulkner Co.


NOLEN, W. C., widow BARBRA; Co. A. 4th Arkansas Cavalry; she applied 1910, Hempstead Co.


NOLEN, W. H. H., Co. E. 42nd Georgia Infantry; he applied 1901, Columbia Co.


NOLEN, WM. Co. K. 28th Tennessee Volunteers; he applied 1907, Garland Co.


NOLIN, A. M., widow MARY; Co. A. 36th Arkansas Infantry; she applied 1904, White Co.


NOWLIN, C. W., Co. D. 19th Virginia Infantry; he applied 1909, Pulaski Co.


NOWLIN, JAMES, widow ELLEN; Co. A. 20th Arkansas Infantry; she applied 1903, Ouachita Co.; he died 4/14/1900.


NOWLIN, SAMUEL H., Co. D. 5th Virginia Cavalry; he applied 1917, Pulaski Co.


NOWLIN, W. S., widow NANCY; Co. F. 53rd Tennessee Cavalry; he applied 1912, Lawrence Co.; he died 11/7/1911.


* 1911 Biographical sketch available, see page 21.



FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS CRIMINAL RECORDS, 1866-1900.

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The below Liquor charge means the Introduction of Liquor into Indian Country.







Dual Co. Seats: Booneville, 1900 (Left) & Paris, Logan Co. AR, 1902.

EARLY SETTLERS OF LOGAN CO. AR.

WILLIAM T. DOLLINS (NOLLINS)?


POLK'S ARKANSAS STATE GAZETTEER BUSINESS DIRECTORIES, 1892-1893, VOL. III. DETROIT-CHICAGO-ST. LOUIS, R. L. POLK CO., 1892.

Paris: The judicial seat of Logan county, is an incorporated town of 1,000 population in Short Mountain township, 130 miles northwest of Little Rock, and 11 from Altus, the nearest shipping point. It has Baptist, Catholic, Christian and Methodist churches, graded public school, a bank, good hotels, grist mills, cotton gins and 2 weekly nespapers, the Times and the Express. Stage daily to Altus, Booneville and Ft. Smith. Mail, daily. M. J. Bowers, Postmaster.



POLK'S ARKANSAS STATE GAZETTEER & BUSINESS DIRECTORIES: 1884-1885, VOL. I. ST. LOUIS, R. L. POLK & CO., 1884.

Sugar Grove: A post office on Sugar Creek, Logan county, 129 miles northwest of Little Rock, 20 southwest of Paris, the county seat, and 35 southeast of Webb City, the nearest railroad station. Fort Smith is the nearest banking point. It contains a steam cotton gin, 3 churches, and a district school. Cotton is shipped. Population, 40. Mail, tri-weekly. A. H. Williams, Postmaster.



POLK'S ARKANSAS STATE GAZETTEER & BUSINESS DIRECTORIES: 1892-1893, VOL. III. DETROIT-CHICAGO-ST. LOUIS, R. L. POLK & CO., 1892.

Sugar Grove: A settlement in Logan county, 18 miles south of Paris, the judicial seat and banking point, and 30 from Mansfield, the nearest bank location. Population, 50. Mail, tri-weekly. A. H. Williams, Postmaster.



1895 ARKANSAS ATLAS.

City or Town, County, Area of State, Has Post Office? Has Railroad? Has Express Office?



* Southern Home is near Booneville in Logan/Yell Co. AR.


RECONSTRUCTED CENSUS OF 1890 SCOTT CO. AR.

Inventory Record Book A, Page 57.



INDEX TO WILLS AND ADMINISTRATIONS OF ARKANSAS: FROM THE EARLIEST TO 1900.

Yell Co. - Dardanelle Courthouse.


NOLEN, JOHN H. 1892 Will Book A, 94.


ARKANSAS BIRTHS PRIOR TO 1905.

(NOLAN - NOLEN) LOGAN, SEBASTIAN, SCOTT CO. ARKANSAS.

Child’s Name, Birth Date, County, Mother’s Name, Year, Binder, Vol., Cert. No.



LOGAN COUNTY ARKANSAS MARRIAGE RECORDS, THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS, 1877-1924.

EMBERSON, W. EVERETT, 23, Southern Home, to NOLEN, VIOLA, Southern Home, 20 June 1909, by W. A. Townsend, J. P. A. F. Sisemore, Security, 2-432.


EZELL, EARL, 27, Paris, to NOLEN, EDNA,* 18, Paris, 4 December 1907, by W. J. Dodson, J. P. J. G. NOLEN, Security. G-547.


* EDNA NOLEN and her child died during childbirth.


FOSTER, S. D., 30, Paris, to NOLEN, EMMA, Mrs. 27, Paris, 10 October 1907, by W. J. Dodson, J. P. W. M. Rodgers, Security. G-521.


GARNER, FRANK, 17, Sugar Grove, to NOLEN, ANNER, 18, Sugar Grove, 10 February 1916, by James Tillery, J. P. D. W. Hampton, Security. 4-180.

GARNER, R. L., 25, Sugar Grove, to NOLEN, CILLAR, 19, Sugar Grove, 25 March 1917, by James Tillery, J. P. J. J. Bryant, Security. 4-326.


LADD, MILES, 47, of Southern Home, Yell Co. to HUBLE, MAY, 43, of Southern Home, Yell Co. on 3 June 1900, by M. P. Henry, W. T. NOLEN, Security. Book E- Page 572.


NOELAN, JOHN, 29, Prairie View, to NEELY, TENNESSEE, Mrs., 29, Dublin, 26 July 1885, by A. J. Rogers, J. P. C-119.


NOLAN, PEYTON H., 26, Magazine, JOJNSON, MANNY, 21, Magazine, 6 Jul 1919. by I. P. MOON, MG, W. T. ROBERTS, Security 4-609.


NOLAN, WM. T., 24, to MOBLEY, LIZZIE, 16, both of Southern Home, 17 May 1893 by P. F. McCORMACK, JP, G. J. ROSS, Surety (Note from her parent I. S. MOBLEY) D-432.


NOLEN H. S., 24, Southern Home, Yell Co., to MITCHELL, MAGGIE, 15, Southern Home, Yell Co., 21 May 1908, by JAMES TILLERY, JP, W. G. (T) NOLEN, Security, 2-277.


NOLEN, J. H., 23, Scranton, to COLEMAN, AGATHA, 18, Scranton, 6 Nov 1911, by HENRY HAINESWORTH, MG, A. E. SHERRELL, Security, I-48.


NOLEN, JOHN T., 34, Dallas, Tex. to BERRY, EMMA, 24, Paris, 31 Dec 1915, by Rev. J. T. PURVIS, E. C. BERRY, Security, I-611.


REYNOLDS, J. E., 38, to CALLIE NOLEN, 25, 10 October 1898.


SEAGROVES, A. E., 22. Paris, to NOLAN, (NOLEN) EMMA, 20, Paris, 16 September 1900, by Rev. S. M. Kinney. Wm. L. Puckett, Security. F-39.


WEBSTER, ALBERT, 23, Paris, to NOLEN, LEONA, 19, Paris, 26 August 1900, by Rev. S. M. McKinney. August Barsch, Security. F-27.


STATE OF ARKANSAS, COUNTY OF LOGAN, BOND FOR MARRIAGE.

Know all men by these presents, That we J. E. REYNOLDS, Principal, and __________ as security, are held and firmly bound unto the State of Arkansas for the use and benefit of the Common School Fund of Logan County, in the penal sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS, for the payment of which, well and truly be made, we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors and administrators firmly by these presents. Signed this 10th day of October 1898.


The Condition of the above Obligation is such, that, whereas, the above bounden J. E. REYNOLDS has this day applied to the Clerk of the County Court of Logan County for a License authorizing the solemnization of the Rite of Matrimony between the said J. E. REYNOLDS and Miss CALLIE NOLEN.


NOW, if the parties applying for said License have a lawful right to the same, and if they shall faithfully carry into effect and comply with the provisions thereof, and shall, within sixty days from the date hereof, return the said License to the office of the Clerk of the County Court of said County, duly executed and officially signed by someone authorized by law to solemnize the Rite of Matrimony, then this obligation shall be void; but otherwise to remain in full force and virtue. Witness our signatures the day above written:


J. E. REYNOLDS, Principal.

P? R? BASINGER, Security.


STATE OF ARKANSAS, COUNTY OF LOGAN, MARRIAGE LICENSE.

To any Person authorized by Law to Solemnize Marriage Greetings: You are hereby authorized to solemnize the Rite and publish the Banns of Matrimony between Mr. J. E. REYNOLDS of Booneville in the County of Logan and State of Arkansas, aged 38 years, and Miss CALLIE NOLEN of Paris? in the County of Logan and State of Arkansas, aged 25 years, according to law; and do you officially sign and return the License to the parties herein named. Witness my hand this 10th day of October 1898.


A. J. BADOW, County Clerk.


STATE OF ARKANSAS, COUNTY OF LOGAN, CERTIFICATE OF MARRIAGE.

I, W. A. TOWNSEND, Justice of the Peace, do hereby certify that on the 12th day of October 1898. I did duly and according to law, as commanded in the foregoing License, solemnize the Rite and publish the Banns of Matrimony between the parties therein named. Witness my hand this 12th day of October 1898.


W. A. TOWNSEND, J. P.


STATE OF ARKANSAS, COUNTY OF LOGAN, CERTIFICATE OF RECORD.

I, A. J. BADOW, Clerk of the County Court of said County, certify that the above License for and Certificate of the Marriage of Mr. J. E. REYNOLDS and Miss CALLIE NOLEN were filed in my office on the 15th day of October 1898, and the same are now duly recorded on page 911? (9-11) of Book E of Marriage Records. Witness my hand and seal of said Court, this 15th Day of October 1898.


A. J. BADOW, Clerk of the County Court.


STATE OF ARKANSAS, COUNTY OF LOGAN, BOND FOR MARRIAGE.

Know all men by these presents, That we H. S. NOLEN as principal, and W. T. (G)? NOLEN as security, are held and firmly bound unto the State of Arkansas for the use and benefit of the Common School Fund of Logan County, in the penal sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS, for the payment of which, well and truly be made, we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors and administrators firmly by these presents. Signed this 16th day of May 1908.


The Condition of the above Obligation is such, that, whereas, the above bounden has this day applied to the Clerk of the County Court of Logan County for a License authorizing the solemnization of the Rite of Matrimony between the said H. S. NOLEN and Miss MAGGIE MITCHELL.


NOW, if the parties applying for said License have a lawful right to the same, and if they shall faithfully carry into effect and comply with the provisions thereof, and shall, within sixty days from the date hereof, return the said License to the office of the Clerk of the County Court of said County, duly executed and officially signed by someone authorized by law to solemnize the Rite of Matrimony, then this obligation shall be void; but otherwise to remain in full force and virtue. Witness our signatures the day above written:


H. S. NOLEN, Principal.

N? (W.) T. NOLEN, Security.


STATE OF ARKANSAS, COUNTY OF LOGAN, MARRIAGE LICENSE.

To any Person authorized by Law to Solemnize Marriage Greetings: You are hereby authorized to solemnize the Rite and publish the Banns of Matrimony between Mr. H. S. NOLEN of Southern Home in the County of Yell and State of Arkansas, aged 24 years, and Miss MAGGIE MITCHELL of Southern Home in the County of Yell and State of Arkansas, aged 15 years, according to law; and do you officially sign and return the License to the parties herein named. Witness my hand this 16th day of May 1908.


A. M. NICHOLS, County Clerk.

By R. M. HARVEY, D. C.


STATE OF ARKANSAS, COUNTY OF LOGAN, CERTIFICATE OF MARRIAGE.

I, JAMES TILLERY, J. A. do hereby certify that on the 21st day of May 1908. I did duly and according to law, as commanded in the foregoing License, solemnize the Rite and publish the Banns of Matrimony between the parties therein named. Witness my hand this 21st day of May 1908.


JAMES TILLERY, J. A.


STATE OF ARKANSAS, COUNTY OF LOGAN, CERTIFICATE OF RECORD.

I, A. M. NICHOLS, Clerk of the County Court of said County, certify that the above License for and Certificate of the Marriage of Mr. H. S. NOLEN and Miss MAGGIE MITCHELL were filed in my office on the 26th day of May 1908, and the same are now duly recorded on page 277 of Book 21 of Marriage Records. Witness my hand and seal of said Court, this 27th (29th)? Day of May 1908.


A. M. NICHOLS, Clerk of the County Court.

By R. M. HARVEY, D. C.



ARKANSAS CENSUS.

1900 Logan Co. AR Census Image.


Short Mountain Township: Paris.



LOGAN CO. AR DEEDS.

WARRANTY DEED WITH RELINQUISHMENT OF DOWER AND HOMESTEAD.

27 November 1906.


Warranty Deed with Relinquishment of Dower and Homestead between B. S. LEE and ELLA LEE, his wife, for and in consideration of the sum of $350 to us paid by J. G. NOLAN do hereby grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said J. G. NOLAN and his heirs and assigns forever, the following lands lying in the County of Logan and State of Arkansas, to-wit: The North Half of the Southwest quarter of the Northeast quarter of Section 19, Township 7 North Range 25 West, containing 20 acres.


REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE WITH POWER OF SALE.

27 November 1906.


I, J. G. NOLAN, and I, ELIZA NOLAN, his wife, for and in the consideration of one dollar in hand paid and the premises hereinafter set forth, do hereby grant, bargain and sell unto JOHN C. FREEMAN and unto his heirs and assigns, forever, the following lands lying in the County of Logan and State of Arkansas, to-wit: The North Half of the Southwest quarter of the Northeast quarter of Section 19, Township 7 North Range 25 West, containing 20 acres.


One Sorrel Horse, 12 or 14 years old, 15 hands high; One Black Mule, 12 or 14 years old, about 13 hands high; One Two Horse Wagon; 10 Acres Cotton for 1907 on J. C. FREEMAN’S farm.


WARRANTY DEED WITH RELINQUISHMENT OF DOWER AND HOMESTEAD.

24 January 1908.


Warranty Deed with Relinquishment of Dower and Homestead between J. G. NOLAN and ELIZA NOLAN, his wife, for and in consideration of the sum of $275 to us paid by J. C. FREEMAN do hereby grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said J. C. FREEMAN and his heirs and assigns forever, the following lands lying in the County of Logan and State of Arkansas, to-wit: The North Half of the Southwest quarter of the Northeast quarter of Section 19, Township 7 North Range 25 West, containing 20 acres. Witness to mark of both parties: LEANA WEBSTER, P. H. NOLAN.


ARKANSAS CENSUS.

1900 Logan Co. AR Census Image.

1900 Logan Co. AR Census Image.


Sugar Creek Township.



1900 Logan Co. AR Census Image.



Petit Jean Township.



1910 Logan Co. AR Census Image.


Sugar Creek Township.



1910 Logan Co. AR Census Image.



Petit Jean Township.





* VIOLA KANSAS NOLEN, born 1 May 1894, daughter of WILLIAM T. and MARY ELIZABETH "LIZZIE" MOBLEY NOLEN.



1910 Logan Co. AR Census Image.



Sugar Creek Township.




COUNTY LINE CEMETERY, LOGAN/YELL COUNTY, ARKANSAS.


6 Sept 1982 Doyle Traxler copied and compiled this cemetery. Typed 17 Oct 1982 by Mary V. Humphrey, we also returned to this cemetery today and checked two of the dates to be sure they were correct. If you can add anything at all or any names of different families buried here please write and give any additional information and it will be added to this for the next printing of the book. Write to: M. V. Humphrey, P. O. Box 356, Russellville, Ark. 72801.


This is a large cemetery and approximately 200 graves marked with native stones. Located Between Sugar Grove & Moore's Chapel Communities.





Evans Information to add to this cemetery, Submitted by DR. K. C. EMERSON, 560 Boulder Dr., Sanibel, Fl. 33957. 6 Feb 1983.


My great grandfather HENRY JONES EVANS, b. 22 March 1823, d. 1899.


My great grandmother ISABELLA R. (THOMPSON) EVANS, b. 1834. Both born in Ga. and in winter of 1880-81 moved to Sugar Grove area in Logan Co., Ark. Their daughter, PAULINE ALICE MAE EVANS, married ERVIN QUINCE EMERSON. They are the parents of VEAZY EMERSON, buried in the County Line Cem., page 192 in # 3-4 Yell Co. qt. 1982).


Henry Jones Evans, taught at the Brown School until his death. He and his wife Isabella are both buried in County Line Cem. in unmarked Graves, also the following children:



Yell Co. Historical Society wants to say "Thanks" for this information.



1920 Logan Co. AR Census Image.

1920 Logan Co. AR Census Image.



Short Mountain Township: Paris.



1920 Logan Co. AR Census Image.


Sugar Creek Township.





1920 Logan Co. AR Census Image.



Revilee Township: Magazine.




* According to Logan Co. Arkansas Marriage: The First Fifty Years, PEYTON H. NOLAN, 26 of Magazine married MANNY JOHNSON, 21 of Magazine on 6 July 1919.


1920 Logan Co. AR Census Image.



Petit Jean Township.





1920 Logan Co. AR Census Image.



Petit Jean Township.




1920 Yell Co. AR Census Image.

1920 Yell Co. AR Census Image.


Richland Township.



* WILLIAM EVERT EMBERSON was born on 10 November 1884 dying 28 November 1922 and is buried at County Line cemetery, Logan/Yell Co. AR.


1920 Logan Co. AR Census Image.



Petit Jean Township.





STATE OF ARKANSAS, COUNTY OF LOGAN, MARRIAGE LICENSE.

WILLIAM DOYLE NOLEN and VERTIE (BERTY) HORTON Marriage Certificate.


To any person authorized by law to solemnize marriage - greeting: You are hereby commanded to solemnize the Rite and publish the Banns of matrimony between Mr. W. D NOLEN, Sugar Grove in the County of Logan and State of Arkansas aged 22 years, and MISS BERTY HORTON of Sugar Grove in the County of Logan and State of Arkansas aged 21 years, according to law and do you officially sign and return the License to the parties herein named. Witness my hand this 2nd day of December 1925. Signed: Preston Ray, County Clerk, By McBell, D. C.


STATE OF ARKANSAS, COUNTY OF LOGAN, CERTIFICATE OF MARRIAGE.

I, W. A. Townsend do hereby certify that on the 3rd day of December 1925, I did duly and according to law, as commanded in the foregoing License, solemnize the Rite and publish the Banns of matrimony between the parties therein named. Witness my hand this 3rd day of December 1925. W. A. Townsend, Justice of the Peace.

1930 ARKANSAS CENSUS.


1930 Logan Co. AR Census Image.



Petit Jean Township.





Birth Certificate: DOROTHY LOUISE NOLEN.


1930 Logan Co. AR Census Image.



Petit Jean Township.




ROBERT L. GARNER and CILLAR GARNER are also listed in Petit Jean Township of Logan Co. AR in 1930. They lived a few households away from ANNER GARNER (sister) and WILLIAM DOYLE NOLEN (brother of VIOLA, CILLAR, and ANNER).


1930 Sebastian Co. AR Census Image.

1930 Sebastian Co. AR Census Image.


Fort Smith - Upper Township (3) Part of: Page 212b, 213a.




OBITUARY OF MRS. ELIZA NOLEN.

Funeral service for Mrs. ELIZA NOLEN, 83 years old, who died Saturday in a local hospital, was conducted at 10:00 AM Monday at the Fentress mortuary chapel by Rev. J. W. Kesner, pastor of the Central Missionary Baptist church. Burial was in Rose Lawn Park cemetery. Mrs. NOLEN, a Fort Smith resident for 12 years, formerly lived at Charleston, and was a member of the Danville Methodist church.


ROSE LAWN - HOLY CROSS CEMETERY.

Rose Lawn - Holy Cross Cemetery, 5403 North O Street, Fort Smith, Sebastian Co. AR 72904.


Lot #A-434N1/2-5.




DOROTHY LOUISE NOLEN Death Reported Southwest Times Record, Fort Smith, Arkansas, 31 December 1944, 2.


Death Certificate: ELIZA ISBELL NOLEN.


Death Certificate: MARY ELIZABETH "LIZZIE" MOBLEY NOLEN.


FT. SMITH CITY DEATH RECORDS.


YELL COUNTY RECORD, DANVILLE, ARKANSAS.

Thursday, August 1, 1963, Vol. 64, No. 31.


Havana.


“GENE CARPENTER and family and his mother MRS. AMY ROBERSON have been visiting with sister and daughter, MRS. JIM BOB TRUETT and family of Oklahoma City.”


“JOHNNIE A. NOLEN and family of Fort Worth, Texas spent last weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. DOVIE [DOYLE] NOLEN and sister, MRS. GENE CARPENTER, and family.”


A TRIBUTE PUBLISHED IN THE PAGES OF THE SOUTHWEST TIMES RECORD FORT SMITH. ARK. JAN 5, 1986.

WILLIAM DOYLE NOLEN.

WILLIAM DOYLE NOLEN, 81 of Havana died January 4 at his home. He was a retired farmer and a member of the Assembly of God Church. He is survived by his wife, VIRDIA NOLEN of the home; one son, JOHNIE ARZELL NOLEN of Fort Worth, Texas; one daughter, MARY LEE CARPENTER of Havana; two sisters, VIOLA ARCHER of Watsonville, California and CILLAR GARNER of Booneville; 7 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. Funeral services were held on December 6 at the Assembly of God Church in Havana with Rev. Hulon Wiser and Rev. Green officiating. Burial was in Havana Cemetery under the direction of Roberts Funeral Home. Pallbearers were Orville Tougaw, Willie Ross, Bobby Burrows, Joe Apple, Richard Lane, and Silus Richie.


Birth Certificate: WILLIAM DOYLE NOLEN.


Death Certificate: WILLIAM DOYLE NOLEN.


A TRIBUTE PUBLISHED IN THE PAGES OF THE SOUTHWEST TIMES RECORD FORT SMITH. ARK MAY 9, 1990.

VIRDIA NOLEN.

CLARA VIRDIA NOLEN, 87 of Booneville, formerly of Havana, died Tuesday, May 8, 1990 in a Booneville hospital. She was retired from the state sanatorium, a member of the VFW Auxiliary and a Methodist. Survivors include one daughter, MARY LEE CARPENTER of Havana; & seven grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. Services were Wednesday at the Havana Assembly of God with Rev. E. 0. Tackett and Rev. Gary Garner officiating. Burial was at Havana Cemetery. Pallbearers were JERRY UNDERWOOD, ROBIN CARPENTER, CHARLES CARPENTER, GLEN GOODWIN, JAKE JAMES and JAMES ADAIR.


Birth Certificate: CLARA VIRDIA HORTON.


Death Certificate: CLARA VERDIA HORTON NOLEN.


FLORIDA RECORDS, 1956.

1956 WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA CITY DIRECTORY.

1956 - NOLEN, JOHNIE (MAEM) [MAE?] USAF. Home: 2757 S. Lake Ave. (WPB).


NEW HAMPSHIRE RECORDS, 1965-1968.

1965-68 PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE CITY DIRECTORY.

1965 - NOLEN, JOHNNY A. (LILLIE M.) USAF. Home: 1251 Islington.


1967 - NOLEN, JOHNNY A. (LILLIE M.) USAF. Home: 1251 Islington.

1967 - NOLEN, LILLIE M. (Mrs. JOHNNY A.) Waitress: Jarvis Restaurant. Home: 1251 Islington.


1968 - NOLEN, JOHNNY A. (LILLIE M.) USAF. Home: 1251 Islington.

1968 - NOLEN, LILLIE M. (Mrs. JOHNNY A.) Waitress: Jarvis Restaurant. Home: 1251 Islington.


* Family not found in 1964 and there is no directory for 1966.


Tuesday, May 23, 1967.
SENATE JOURNAL.
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE.

"The Senate met according to adjournment. Sen. Buchanan presiding.

A quorum was present.


GUESTS:


Sen. Foley introduced the fourth grade students from Sherburne School at Portsmouth, accompanied by Mrs. Welch, teacher, and mothers Mrs. Cormier and Mrs. Lakeway: Rae Blaisdell, Gary Blomquist, Theodore Blood, Evan Brown, Kenneth Cardinal, David Cormier, Timothy De Montier, Greg Donovan, Donna Eayrs, Susan Futteur, Jane Gailey, David Grant, Jeffrey Hanscom, Yvonne Hodil, Shirl Lakeway, Arlene Lampert, Todd Lincoln, Mark Manougian, Catherine Mirasola, Yvonne Morey, GLEN NOLEN, Theresa O'Brien, Pamela Oliver, David Patrick, Wanda Purrington, Martin Rooney, Laura Smart, Debbie Smith, Merrilee Smith, Mary Soucy, Robert Stone, Frank Tindall, Donald York.


As the guest of Sen. Lamprey, Miss Debora Kent.

As the guest of the Chair, former employee of the State Treasurer's office, Charles McDonald of Concord.


INTRODUCTION OF SENATE BILL & SJR.

SB 109.


increasing weekly compensation for total or partial disability under the Workmen's Compensation law on account of dependent children. (Rules - Bergeron)

Referred to Committee on Labor."


1013.

* Senate Journal, State of New Hampshire, 23 May 1967, 1013.


OKLAHOMA RECORDS, 1883-1930.

CHOCTAW INDIAN COUNCIL HOUSE - TUSKAHOMA, INDIAN TERRITORY, 1883-84.


An Excerpt from an Unpublished Manuscript of THELMA NOLEN CORNFELD Detailing the Life of MRS. LUCY ELLISON (BRIDGES) MCCOY who Married GENERAL LEE NOLEN in Indian Territory, 9 OCTOBER 1887. GENERAL LEE NOLEN was born in Nolensville, Tennessee, 1 March 1842. He was the son of WILLIAM, JR. and MARGARET (MCCARROLL) NOLEN, and he was the grandson of WILLIAM NOLEN, SR. and DELILAH (CANTRELL) NOLEN. The above excerpt is from http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~dmorgan/berryhill/beryh12.txt.


R. L POLK & CO’S SOUTH MCALESTER 1905 CITY DIRECTORY.

R. L. POLK & CO. KREBS CITY DIRECTORY, 1905 - KREBS.

On the M K & T, C R I & P and Interurban Railways, three miles east of South McAlester, It is a large coal mining town and gives employment to a large number of men: Express American and Wells Fargo & Co; Telegraph, Western Union; Postmaster, Rena Winnett.


1910 PITTSBURG CO. OK CENSUS.


1910 Pittsburg Co. OK Census Image.


Krebs City.


Household #288.


Household #294.




CHANEY FUNERAL HOME RECORDS, MCALESTER, OKLAHOMA VOL. I 1909-10.

P. 70: Record #287.



* JAMES GREEN NOLEN (NOLAND) died of Dropsy. Dropsy is the termed used then for congenital heart failure.


Funeral Home Record: JAMES GREEN (NOLAND) NOLEN.


1930 OKFUSKEE CO. OK CENSUS.

1930 Okfuskee Co. OK Census Image.


Okemah Township.





* JOHN ALEXANDER NOLEN was born on 19 March 1861 dying in Okemah, Okfuskee, Co. OK on 19 December 1939. WALKER NOLEN was born 1 June 1905 dying 13 June 1989. He was married to SCENIE? born in Arkansas 29 November 1908. JAMES NOLEN, son of JOHN ALEXANDER, was born 7 April 1901 dying 22 November 1967. ELMER NOLEN was born on 2 December 1909 dying 29 April 1966. LEE ROY NOLEN, son of WILLIAM A., was born on 6 September 1900. FRANK HARDIN NOLEN, son of WILLIAM A., died in WWI. The 1910 census, on the previous page, has Dolph Philips living next door to WILLIAM A. NOLEN. Dolph Philips is married to MILLIE (NOLEN?) 22 years of age. MILLIE on the 1900 census is probably a daughter and is recorded wrong on the census. THOMAS HARDIN NOLEN married to BEULAH registered for the WWI draft in Clarksville, Texas on 12 September 1918. THOMAS HARDIN NOLEN was born on 10 February 1879. WILLIAM A. NOLEN died in 1918, and he is buried in the below Hardin Co. TN cemetery.


HARDIN CO. TN CEMETERY LISTING.


TEXAS RECORDS, 1950-87.

MARRIAGE LICENSE - THE STATE OF TEXAS - COUNTY OF GUADALUPE.

JOHNIE ARZELL NOLEN and LILLIE MAE LORENZ Marriage Certificate.


To any Regularly Licensed or Ordained Minister of the Gospel, Jewish Rabbi, Judge of the District or County Court, or any Justice of the Peace in the State of Texas - Greetings:


You are hereby authorized to Solemnize the Rites of Matrimony Between Mr. JOHNIE ARZELL NOLEN and Miss LILLIE MAE LORENZ and make due return to the Clerk of the County Court of said County within Sixty days thereafter, certifying your action under this License.


Witness my Official Signature and Seal of office, at office in Seguin, Texas, the 12th day of August 1950. Frank Schmidt, Clerk of the County Court, Guadalupe County, Texas.


Rev. Theo. M. Janssen Certify that on the 12th day of August 1950, I united in marriage JOHNIE ARZELL NOLEN and Miss LILLIE MAE LORENZ the parties above named.


Witness my hand, this 12th day of August: Mr. HUBERT BISHOP, Mrs. RUBY BISHOP. Official Performing Ceremony: Theodore M. Janssen, Pastor Lutheran Church, Seguin, Texas.


Returned the 19th day of August 1950. A true copy of the original Recorded this the 19th day of August 1950, Book 19, Page 529, Frank Schmidt, Clerk.


NOLEN - LORENZ.

In a double ring ceremony at Emanuel’s Lutheran Church, Miss LILLIE MAE LORENZ and Mr. JOHNIE ARZELL NOLEN, were united in marriage at 5:00 o’clock p. m., Saturday, Aug. 12, Rev. JANSEEN officiating.


The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Joe Hagelgans of Staples. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Nolen of Booneville, Arkansas.


The bride was lovely in her street-length dress of blue ninnon with white accessoties and a corsage of pink carnations. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Bishop of Beeville, sister and brother-in-law of the bride, were the only attendants. The groom is stationed at Randolph Field. The couple will make their home in Seguin.


FORT WORTH, TEXAS CITY DIRECTORY.

1961 - NOLEN, JOHNIE A. (LILLIE M.) USAF. Home: 1817 Melba Ct. (RO).


1962 - NOLEN, JOHNIE A. (LILLIE M.) USAF. Home: 5028 Tulane Ave. (RO).


1969 - NOLEN, JOHNIE A. (LILLIE M.) Truck Helper [Delivery] Leonard's [Dept. Store]. Residence: 1012 Roberts Cut Off.


1970 - NOLEN, JOHNIE. Home: 4105 Winfield Ave.


* Family not found in 1963 directory.


GLENN ALLEN NOLEN Honorary F-105f Fighter Pilot.

GLENN ALLEN NOLEN - Volunteer in Service to America (VISTA).

GLENN ALLEN NOLEN - Volunteer in Service to America, 2.


TARRANT CO. TX MARRIAGE RECORD.


A TRIBUTE PUBLISHED IN THE PAGES OF THE FORT WORTH STAR TELEGRAM FORT WORTH, TEXAS JUN 27, 1986.

JOHNIE ARZELL NOLEN.

JOHNIE ARZELL NOLEN, 57 of Fort Worth, a retired Air Force staff sergeant died Thursday, June 26 in a hospital after a long illness. Graveside services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 28, 1986 at Greenwood Memorial Park with Chaplain Tom Hallingsworth officiating. NOLEN was born in Sugar Grove, Ark., and had lived in Fort Worth since 1968. He retired from the Air Force after 20 years of service. He served in the Korean and Vietnam Wars. He was a Methodist and a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Survivors include his wife. LILLIE MAE NOLEN of Fort Worth: two sons, DAVID BRIAN NOLEN of Fort Worth and GLENN ALLEN NOLEN of Arlington: a daughter, SHARON LYNN NOLEN of Fort Worth: a sister, MARY CARPENTER of Havana, Ark.; and his mother, VIRDIE NOLEN also of Havana.



Birth Certificate: JOHNIE ARZELL NOLEN.


Death Certificate: JOHNIE ARZELL NOLEN.



A TRIBUTE PUBLISHED IN THE PAGES OF THE FORT WORTH STAR TELEGRAM FORT WORTH, TEXAS JULY 4, 2013.

LILLIE MAE NOLEN.

Born: 9 February 1932

Died: 1 July 2013


Birth Certificate: LILLIE MAE LORENZ.


Death Certificate: LILLIE MAE LORENZ.



STATEMENT OF MILITARY SERVICE.

NOLEN, JOHNIE ARZELL.


JOHNIE ARZELL NOLEN STATEMENT OF MILITARY SERVICE.

JOHNIE ARZELL NOLEN STATEMENT OF MILITARY SERVICE 2.

JOHNIE ARZELL NOLEN STATEMENT OF MILITARY SERVICE 3.

JOHNIE ARZELL NOLEN STATEMENT OF MILITARY SERVICE 4.

JOHNIE ARZELL NOLEN STATEMENT OF MILITARY SERVICE 5.

JOHNIE ARZELL NOLEN STATEMENT OF MILITARY SERVICE 6.



ACTIVE DUTY STATIONS.


FOREIGN ACTIVE DUTY.


Type and character of separation: Honorable Discharge to Retire, 1 August 1968. Retired in the Grade of SSGT (E-5).



TARRANT CO. TX MARRIAGE RECORD.


1,000 YEARS OF O'NOLAN HISTORY IN IRELAND & THE NEW WORLD: MICHAEL O'NOLAN, COUNTY GALWAY - 1473, (ESTIMATED BIRTH: 1410-1440) AND THE DESCENDANTS OF DONELL OGE O'NOLLOGHAN (O'NOLAN) & JULIAN FALLON OF GALWAY - 1500, DONELL OGE O’HOLOGHAN (O’NOLAN) OWNER OF QWAROWN BROWN (CARROWBROWNE) CASTLE - 1574, TOMHAS O'H-UALLACHAIN (THOMAS NOLAN) & AGNES MARTIN, BALLINROBE CASTLE, MAYO COUNTY IRELAND - PRIOR TO 1585 THOMAS NOLAN RESIDED AT "THE CREVAGHE" (CREAGH CASTLE) PURCHASING ENNISCRONE CASTLE IN COUNTY SLIGO AFTER 1597 DYING 18 JUNE 1628; JOHN NOLAN & FAMILY ATTACKED AND FORCEFULLY EVICTED FROM ENNISCRONE CASTLE, 1641-42; JOHN NOWLIN LIVING IN ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY, VIRGINIA, 1643; THOMAS NOLIN (NOLUN) OF JAMES CITY COUNTY, VIRGINIA, 1717; WILLIAM NOWLAND (NOLAND) (NOWLIN) OF GOOCHLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA, 1740.


Part I. HISTORY OF CARLOW CLAN O'NOLAN AND TIPPERARY CLAN O'NOLAN.


Part II. HISTORY OF OFFALY - KILKENNY CLAN O'NOLAN: CONNAUGHT.


Part III. DESCENDANTS OF WILLIAM NOWLAND (NOLAND) (NOWLIN) OF GOOCHLAND COUNTY VIRGINIA, 1740 & ALBEMARLE COUNTY VIRGINIA, 1744.


Part IV. O'NOLAN (NOWLAND) (NOLAND) (NOWLEN) (NOWLIN) (NOLUN) (NOLIN) (NOWLING) (NOLEN) CENSUS, DEED, LAND, MARRIAGE, & OBITUARY RECORDS, 195-1990: IRELAND, VIRGINIA, NORTH CAROLINA, TENNESSEE.


Part VI. OF THE NOLANS (NOLA): ORIGINS OF THE IRISH AND SCOTTISH - CORCA LUIGHE (CORCA LAOIDHE) AND DAL RIADA (DAL RIATA) - R-U152 (R1b1b2a1b4) (R1b1b2a1b7) (R1b1b2a2g) (R1b1b2h*) (R1b1c10) - DYS #385a AND 385b AT 11 AND 17 - A CORCA LUIGHE (CORCA LAOIDHE) OSSORY (OSRAIGHE) AND DAL RIADA (DAL RIATA) ULADH HAPLOTYPE IN CO. DONEGAL, ULSTER, IRELAND, 1600s.


Part VII. NOLAN Y-DNA HAPLOGROUP I2a DYS #385a and 385b at 11 and 17 and the FOMORIANS of IRISH MYTHOLOGY.










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1,000 YEARS OF O'NOLAN HISTORY IN IRELAND & THE NEW WORLD: MICHAEL O'NOLAN, COUNTY GALWAY - 1473, (ESTIMATED BIRTH: 1410-1440) AND THE DESCENDANTS OF DONELL OGE O'NOLLOGHAN (O'NOLAN) & JULIAN FALLON OF GALWAY - 1500, DONELL OGE O’HOLOGHAN (O’NOLAN) OWNER OF QWAROWN BROWN (CARROWBROWNE) CASTLE - 1574, TOMHAS O'H-UALLACHAIN (THOMAS NOLAN) & AGNES MARTIN, BALLINROBE CASTLE, MAYO COUNTY IRELAND - PRIOR TO 1585 THOMAS NOLAN RESIDED AT "THE CREVAGHE" (CREAGH CASTLE) PURCHASING ENNISCRONE CASTLE IN COUNTY SLIGO AFTER 1597 DYING 18 JUNE 1628; JOHN NOLAN & FAMILY ATTACKED AND FORCEFULLY EVICTED FROM ENNISCRONE CASTLE, 1641-42; JOHN NOWLIN LIVING IN ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY, VIRGINIA, 1643; THOMAS NOLIN (NOLUN) OF JAMES CITY COUNTY, VIRGINIA, 1717; WILLIAM NOWLAND (NOLAND) (NOWLIN) OF GOOCHLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA, 1740.

DESCENDANTS OF WILLIAM NOWLAND (NOLAND) (NOWLIN) OF GOOCHLAND COUNTY VIRGINIA, 1740 & ALBEMARLE COUNTY VIRGINIA, 1744.

TOWNSHIPS OF CARLOW COUNTY, IRELAND.

BENNER, GOTTHARDT, HAGELGANS, & LORENZ GENEALOGY.

POETRY OF GLENN ALLEN NOLEN.

FAMILY PHOTOS OF GLENN ALLEN NOLEN.

DESCENDANTS OF JOHN MOBLEY OF SOUTH RIVER PARISH, ANN ARUNDEL COUNTY, MARYLAND, 1687.

DESCENDANTS OF JOHN M. (MAC) HORTON: GEORGIA, 1827.

BLUE MOUNTAIN DAM, AR: CEMETERY RELOCATION RECORDS.

DESCENDANTS OF CHRISTIAN ADAM BARTH AND CATHERINE WUNDERLICK.

WEB PAGES OF GLENN ALLEN NOLEN.

BISHOP GENEALOGY.


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CENSUS OF CARLOW COUNTY IRELAND, 1659.

NOLENSVILLE, TN.

EARLY HISTORY OF MIDDLE TENNESSEE.

NOLANDS OF AMERICA.

DESCENDANTS OF PIERCE NOWLAND (NOLAND).

1860 CENSUS WILLIAMSON CO. TN.

1880 CENSUS YELL CO. AR.

MOBLEY CEMETERY, YELL CO. AR.

CEMETERY RECORDS OF YELL CO. AR.

NOWLIN GENEALOGY.

UNITED STATES MIGRATION PATTERNS FROM 1660.

HAVANA ARKANSAS CITY CEMETERY.

SUGAR GROVE CEMETERY, LOGAN COUNTY ARKANSAS.

IRELAND'S HISTORY IN MAPS.

DESCENDANTS OF JOHN NOWLAN (NOWLIN).

ASHOKAN FAREWELL (HARPSONG), SONG DURATION: 3:08.

MYTHS AND LEGENDS OF THE CELTIC RACE.

IRISH MAGIC AND TUATH DE DANAANS.

WHO WAS WHO IN ROMAN TIMES: NOLANS, NOLA, NOLAN.

IRISH SEPT AND CLAN PAGES.



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