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51 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I25)
 
52 Robert's death certificate list his birth year 1933. Vines, Robert Carel (I22)
 
53 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5)
 
54 The death range for Micha's death is based on the 1850 United States Census (where Micha is listed) and when D. D. married Polly Davis. Blankenship, Mickey Austin "Micha" (I520)
 
55 The following notes were copied from 'The Vines & Russell Family' by M artha N Camp & Wilma
Thedford.

"Isaiah Bradford Vines was born in the state of Georgia. His parentsw as married in Oglethorpe County in 1811 and
Isaiah Bradford married i n Coweta Co. Carroll Co was formed from Coweta Co. They moved back a nd forth from
GA to Ala. This is established by the census record ofw here the different children were born. The census records
listed him as J.B., Izak, Josiah and Bradford. On the 1850 census, it listed hi m and wife could neither read or write.
So this could be the reason for all the different spellings of his first name. Obtained a copyof the original marriage
record and his first name was, Isaiah. His midd le name was, Bradford, and his estate was probated under the name of
B radford. His death was established from court records obtained from Carroll Co when his estate was probated after
his wife, Elizabeth, died . Her death probably occurred about 1897. Their graves have not been located.

The probate records included letters petitioning the court for Mrs. Sa rah Capes to be appointed administrator of the
estate of Bradford Vine s who departed this life June 7 1874. She states, that she is the next of kin in July 1897.

In reply to this application, Arch Vines filed rebuttal letter saying he was the son and was just as close kin and he had been paying the tax es and filed to be the administrator of the estate, which was grante d to him after he made bond for three thousand dollars as of Septembe r Court Term, 1897." 
Vines, Isaiah Bradford (I702)
 
56 The following notes were copied from 'The Vines & Russell Family' by M artha N Camp & Wilma
Thedford.

'William James Russell joined the Confederate Army in the state of Alabama in Company A 12th Alabama Infantry. He
was Captured at Bunker Hill in Virginia, now West Virginia, in Sept 1864 and was held prisoner until June 2, 1865 at
Montgomery, Alabama. Parole records showed him to be a Private, 5 feet 9 inches, gray eyes and dark complexion.
This parole shows his signature in his own hand writing. He drew a pension from Arkansas. Application dated July
1893. He states that he was wounded at Bunker Hill in his left hand leaving him with a loss of his middle finder which
left him with paralysis in his left arm and left side . This application was signed and witnessed by J. M Cassidy and J.
N . Petrey. These men were his sons-in-laws. After his death in February 23 1897, his wife drew a widows pension
until her death in 1900. Pension Record # 1530 of Ark. Confederate Veterans an Widows Pension Applications.
W. J. Russell migrated to Arkansas about 1881, because two of his children had already moved here before 1880. He
is buried in the Old Ebenezer Cemetery which is now called New Hope. His wife Mary Elizabeth Spradley was the
daughter of Warren C Spradley and Alcey D Malone."

Noted events in his life were:
? Medical Condition: William suffered from paralysis on his left side from wounds suffered during the Civil War. 
Russell, William James (I717)
 
57 The following notes were copied from 'The Vines & Russell Family' by M artha N Camp & Wilma
Thedford.
" THIS IS WHERE THE ARKANSAS VINES COME INTO THIS FAMILY "
" John Henry Vines was born in the state of Alabama and lived in Carol lton, Ga. before moving to Arkansas for
unknown reason as a young man . John Vines joined the Confederate Army in the War between the State s in Saline
Co. Ark. in May 1861 in the Falcon Guards, which later bec ame, Company E, 11th Ark. Infantry. He was captured
on April 8, 1862a nd served a term of nearly six months at Camp Butler near Springfield , Ill. He was exchanged along
with 1180 other prisoners at Vicksburg , Mississippi on Sept 20, 1862. He rejoined his company near Jacksona fter
he was paroled and served until June 1865. After the Civil War, he married Margaret Burns and had a family by her.
She, along withsom e of their children died about 1879. The John H married a widow lady , Mahazy Ellen Lewis,
with two children. Together they had a largefam ily. In his declining years he filed for a pension in March 1903 fro m
the State of Arkansas. He drew at first $25.00 and then was increas ed to $33.50. He drew this until his death in
1923 and his widow, Mah azy Ellen, drew the widows pension until her death, date is unknown. Pension record for
her was dated 1924, so we know she died after 1924 . Tom Vines's daughter, Jean, recalls sitting on her grandmothers
la p & was given an apple. Jean was born in 1921, so 1924 would be abou t right for her death."
The Arkansas Confederate Veterans & Widows Application # was 19614. 
Vines, John Henry (I639)
 
58 The following notes were copied from 'The Vines & Russell Family' by M artha N Camp & Wilma
Thedford.
"Mahazy Ellen Russell Vines is not commonly known as Haze. She was widowed at an early age with two small
children in Alabama. She was listed with her husband Alford Lewis in the 1870 census. But by 1880, sh e was in the
home of her parents with two children. She came to Arkan sas with her parents in 1881 where she met and married a
widower with five children, John H Vines."
 
Russell, Mahazy Ellen (I640)
 
59 The following notes were copied from 'The Vines & Russell Family' by M artha N Camp & Wilma
Thedford.
Ancestors of Andy Harris
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"Elizabeth Smith Vines died after the 1880 census was taken in the sta te of Georgia. Grave site is unknown. She is
listed on the 1880 cens us as age 62 and staying at her home was a grandson, James Wood, age 1 0. According to the
probate of the estate of her husband, in 1897, i t appears she died somewhere around that date" 
Smith, Elizabeth [or Eliza] (I703)
 
60 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I375)
 
61 This is the date that the custodial document was established for D. D.'s minor children. Vaden, Delaney Dodson "D D" (I519)
 
62 Thomas died while the family was crossing the plains of Iowa. Parkinson, Thomas (I686)
 
63 Tom has an unmarked grave. Vines, Tom (I705)
 
64 Using Stella's obituary and 1995 calendar to determine birth date. View 1995 Calendar Stephens, Stella Estelle (I395)
 

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