POPE CO, AR


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1860 POPE CO,AR=
WM SELLERS, PAGE 817
RICHARD CELLARS, PAGE 817 (We should try and get ages and names on both)

Richard Cellars Allen, Pope, AR 26 abt 1834 Alabama Male
Rosana Cellars Allen, Pope, AR 37 abt 1823 Missouri Female =
Richard Cellars 26 AL
Rosana Cellars 37 MO
David L Pitts 13 AR
John A Pitts 9 AR
William Sillars 1 AR


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1870 = NO SELLERS

1880

 

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from GEORGIA
Georgia L. Fletcher [chickfletcher@comcast.net]


1900 Pope County, Arkansas
Wilson Township
enumerated 16 June 1900
Page 224B
William Baily, head, W, M, June 1834, age, 65, married 35 years, MS, NC, NC, cotton buyer (ck Tippah Co., MS)
Ruth E. Baily, wife, W, F, September 1839, age 60, married 35 years, 3 children born, 3 children living, NC, NC, NC
Wesley Baily, son, W, M, October 1871, age 28, widowed, MS, NC, NC, salesman, dry goods
Ruth E. Baily, granddaughter, W, F, February 1897, age 3, single, AR, MS, AR
George E. Baily, grandson, W, M, June 1898, age 1, single, AR, MS, AR
Jettie Gossett, sister-in-law, W, F, July 1836, age 64, widowed, 0 children born, 0 children living, NC, NC, NC (ckTippah MS)

1910 Pope County, Arkansas
Wilson Township
Page 245A
enumerated on 25 April 1910
John W. Bailey, head, M, W, 38, M2, MS, MS, NC, cotton buyer
Hettie Bailey, wife, F, W, 29, M1, AR, MS, AR (says 2 children born, 2 children living but these are not her children)
Ruth E. Bailey, daughter, F, W, 13, S, AR, MS, AR,
George W. Bailey, son, M, W, 11, S, AR, MS, AR
Justiania J. Gossett, aunt, F, W, 74, widowed, 0 children born, 0 children living, NC, NC, NC

Georgia #1

 



Bradley Co. Ar Obituaries
http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/Ar/BradleyObits?read=266

Surname: McKay, Morgan, Sellers, Sage, Dean
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24 July 1930

Rev. R. W. McKay, Veteran Minister, Dies Monday P. M.

McKay, Morgan, Sellers, Sage

Aged Minister Served as Methodist Pastor in Warren For Four Years

Rev. R. W. McKay, father of Cline McKay and Methodist pastor in Warren
for four years; died at his home in Cabot at 6:45 Monday night, after a
long illness. He was 66 years of age. He had spent 35 years in the ministry
and was forced by ill health to relinquish active service in 1925. He had
served many churches, including the Winfield Memorial church in Little
Rock, and had been presiding elder of two Methodist districts, and a member
of two college boards.
Funeral services were held at 10:00 o’clock Tuesday afternoon at the Cabot
Methodist church, in charge of Rev. James Thomas, providing elder of the
Little Rock district. Burial was at Mr. Carmel cemetery. Methodist minister
of the Little Rock churches served as honorary pall-bearers.
Mr. McKay was a native of Yorkville, S. C. He came to Arkansas with his
parents in 1870, or when six years old, and lived on a farm at Austin,
three miles from here. He was ordained in 1889 at Mount Tabor and became
connected with the White River circuit.

He was married to Miss Mary Francis Morgan in 1888.

The following circuits and pastorates have been served by the Rev. Mr.
McKay: White River, two years; Stuttgart, two years; Rison, three years;
Northville, two years; Waldo, four years; Fordyce, four years; Prescott,
four years; Winfield Memorial church, Little Rock, two years; Arkadelphia,
three years, and Warren four years. He was presiding elder of the Camden
district four years and of the Monticello district three years. His
religious
career includes two years spent as missionary secretary of the Little Rock
conference and two years as educational secretary. For more than a quarter
of a century he had been a member of the board of trustees of
Hendrix-Henderson
College, Conway. He was a member of all the Methodist education boards
and was on the executive boards of Hendrix-Henderson and Galloway Colleges
until illness forced his retirement in 1925
He is survived by his widow; four daughters, Mrs. Lois Dean of Cabot; Mrs.
Effie Morgan of Vienna, Austria; Mrs. Marle Sellers of Russellville and
Miss Catherine McKay of Little Rock; one son, Robert Cline McKay of Fort
Smith; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McKay of Cabot; five sisters, one
brother, three grandchildren. Only one member of the Little Rock conference
who began work with the Rev. Mr. McKay survives, the Rev. J. A. Sage of
Prescott