This is the birth certificate of Alexsander Christphar Watts, but he lived his life by another name.
The birth certificate for Blanche Watts was completed by a midwife that didn't seem to understand what the form required.
Here is an in-depth look at the delayed birth certificate for Jesse Cornelius Graham, which was issued sixty-two years after his birth.
The doctor noted that Patrick died while in a coma.
A closer look at the death certificate for Mary Francis Bohannon. The informant is someone already known to be an unreliable source.
Here is the delayed birth certificate for my grandpa, Daniel Page Graham, issued about 38 years after his birth.
Here is the death certificate for my grand uncle William Thomas Graham, who died one hundred years ago today.
On 16 September 1940, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed into law the Selective Training and Service Act of 1940. The act established the first peacetime draft in United States history and required that men between the ages of 21 to 35 register with local draft boards. Registration in Search County, Arkansas took place one month…
Here is a collection of photographs of the old Rambo School, located on Searcy County Highway 8, about half a mile southwest of Rambo Cemetery in Arkansas. The school was established circa 1889, according to the faded sign above its door. Many Grahams and Watts attended class here, including my dad! I don't presently know…
An allusion has been made to the Homestead Law. I think it worthy of consideration, and that the wild lands of the country should be distributed so that every man should have the means and opportunity of benefitting his condition. Abraham Lincoln, 12 February 1861 This year will mark the 150th anniversary of the Homestead…