Your GGrandfather should have had a death certificate in AR in 1935. For
several years after they began requiring them, many rural deaths were not
reported because the family buried their own. There are books with Arkansas
Death Record indexes. My library has them. You may be able to order one
through inter-library loan if your library doesn't have them. I haven't
ordered a death certificate from AR recently. I got one several years ago
with no trouble. Maybe they are just slow. Call or write them again.
I don't know about the name Eber. Could it be a shortened version of
On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 6:16 AM, <jdwidner(a)bellsouth.net> wrote:
Is anyone related to this family?
Charles Eber Bolles from bolles1865
Birth: 7 Mar 1819 in Alabama
Father: Eber M Bolles Mother: Elizabeth Taylor
Spouse: Virginia Hubbard
Eber M Bolles from bolles1865
Birth: 29 Apr 1793
Death: 15 Nov 1822
Father: Jesse Bolles Mother: Sarah Nichols
Spouse: Elizabeth Taylor
Eber Moore Bolles from Marble's Ancestors Database
Death: 1823 in Cahaba, Dallas County, Alabama
Spouse: Elizabeth B. Taylor
My brother, Tommie is DNA Kit # 100801, but so far we do not match any
Boles group. My GGfather
was Eber Boles. Was Eber that common a name? Born in Al. 1855 - Died Ar.
1935. There is a brief
family history at Gensoup. I have tried to get a death certificate for my
Eber from Ar. but so far no
luck. Any suggestions?
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