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James Reddick Webb Lived in Johnson Township in 1900

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James Reddick Webb Lived in Johnson Township in 1900

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Looking for any information on James Reddick Webb born 7 September 1881 in Newcastle, St. Francis County, Arkansas was the son of Wade Webb of Edgecombe County.

James Reddick Webb and Mollie Nichols of St. Francis County, Arkansas were married 6 September 1898 in St. Francis. The marriage was performed by W. R. McLaren, JP, and is recorded on page 24, Book I, St. Francis, Arkansas. The license indicated that James was 18 years old in 1898.

In the 1900 Arkansas census it lists James & Molly and their son, James H., as residing in Johnson Township, St. Francis County, Arkansas. James is listed as a day laborer and a renter.

In the 1910 Arkansas census it lists James & Molly as owning and operating a farm in Johnson Township, St. Francis County, Arkansas. Their children are: James Hubert, Nora Lea, and Virgil. Also listed in the household is Johnson Watson, a 20-year-old white male boarder listed as a farmer.

James Reddick was the sheriff of St. Francis County, Arkansas. The husband of the woman he was having an affair with murdered him. He died 3 July 1912.

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