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More on Mary Adams Elms

Mary's parents were: Cameron Adams, born Jan. 25, 1824, died Oct. 20, 1892, and Elizabeth Adams, born Aug. 7, 1826, died July, 26, 1896.   They  traveled from their birthplace, Cleveland County, North Carolina, when their children were young (date unknown) by covered wagon and settled in Yell County Arkansas.  Their three children were:
Rachel Adams who married Henry Tedder and had two children:
         Lilly Tedder who married Henry Simmons
         Rita Tedder who married a Haywood
Martha Adams who married George Fox and had a daughter:
         Ida Fox who married Samuel Swan.  They had two children:
                 Mildred Fox
                 Sammy Fox
Mary Adams who married James M. Elms and had seven (7) children:
         Laura Elms --b. Dec 24, 1869 -- d. Nov. 20, 1917 
                           -- married Emmet Chester
         Drewey Brady Elms -- b. Oct. 11, 1871 -- d. June 7, 1952
                         -- married Margaret Cathy (deceased)  
                         -- Remarried Azalee Howell
         Martha Ann Elms --b. Feb 28, 1873 -- d. March 3, 1937 
                                        -- married Daniel S. Stahl Jan 12, 1890
         Dara Elms -- b. Dec. 30, 1876 -- d. July 15, 1903 
                          -- married John Robert Light
         James Frank Elms -- b. Nov. 7, 1878 d.  Feb 6, 1901 
                          -- married Rhoda Ann White
         Thomas C. Elms -- b. Nov. 21, 1880 -- d. Jan 30, 1901
         Lela Elms -- b. Jan 2, 1882 -- d. Oct 1, 1919 
                         -- married Marion Carter

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More on the father of Frank C. Holman:  

Mr. Holman brought his family from Tennessee to Johnson County Arkansas when his children were young.  They settled on the mountain north of Lamar, Arkansas.  There they built a school and church building which they name for him.  It had a huge fireplace at each end.  Mr. Holman, who was a stone mason, built the fireplaces and also dug a big well.  The well is still there.  A newer building replaces the old one and is now the Holman Free Will Baptist Church.  There is also a large cemetery named the Holman Cemetery.
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More on Daniel S. Stahl

Daniel Stahl was born in Illinois and raised in DeWitt, Arkansas and came to Yell County, Arkansas when he was a young man. He had a brother named William. He met and married Martha Ann Elms.  They bought a 150 acre farm which made their living for many years.  They has 12 children all born and raised on this farm. It was told by a local merchant in Plainview that when the Stahls went to town they always sold more than they bought.  Among the things they sold were wheat, corn, cotton, milk, butter, firewood, sorghum, syrup, peanuts, popcorn, vegetables, wool, pigs, calves, and cows. The following were the children born to Martha and Daniel Stahl:

Eva Stahl --b. Nov 15, 1892 -- d. 1970
Theda Stahl -- b. Sept 28, 1894 -- d. 1904
Daniel A. Stahl -- b. Apr. 30, 1895 -- d. Oct 18, 1946
William Stahl -- b. July 28, 1897 -- d. Oct. 24, 1947
Tola S. Stahl -- b. Dec. 28, 1899 -- d. ?
Mary Retha Stahl -- b. Apr. 23, 1902 -- d. Nov. 26, 1976
James H. Stahl -- b. Feb 28, 1904 -- d. 1906
Kermit R. Stahl -- b. Oct. 29, 1905 -- d. Jan. 1977
Larkie Stahl -- b. June 20, 1908 --
Lohoma Stahl -- b. Oct. 9, 1911 -- d. July 23, 1973
Berne Ora Stahl -- b. Dec. 8, 1913 -- d. March 4, 1971
Randa Hoy Stahl -- b. Feb. 16, 1917 -- d. October 30, 2006

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