|Date||Aug 26, 2012 9:56:11 PM|
I mean it happened *AFTER* the civil war. Huggins may have given W. C. Pulley a way out of Fulton County after the war.
|Date||Aug 2, 2012 2:02:27 AM|
I believe the story about Pulley promising his daughter to William F. Huggins, but it was during the Civil War.
After the Civil War, Fulton County, Arkansas was the site of many fights between Missouri and Arkansas militia and former Confederate soldiers. William C. was an officer in the confederate cavalry. He was likely always suspicion for anything that happened in Fulton County. I believe that somehow William F. Huggins helped William C. get out of Fulton County, and therefore "saved his life".
|Date||Jul 23, 2011 11:46:32 AM|
I have a photo of Hale Huggins and his Rolls from April 1954 that I can share with you? Can you please get in touch? Your email address email@example.com seems to be not working. My email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Date||Jan 1, 2011 5:24:13 PM|
I am a descendant of David Franklin Pulley. He was my great-great-grandfather. His daughter, my great-grandmother, Ella married
Milton Cain. David Franklin became a mininster and served several years as minister a Payne Springs, TX Methodist Church
|Date||Nov 12, 2010 8:57:33 PM|
I just happened across your site and my stepfather is part of your family tree. His name was Delmas Mathis Pulley, we called him Dale. He was the son of Mulkey Pulley & Velma McGee. He passed away in May of 1996. Just wanted you to know what a wonderful man he was and that you can be very proud that he is part of your family tree.
|Date||Sep 5, 2010 3:08:00 PM|
|Name||David Price Pulley|
|Location||St. Louis, MO|
I googled my fathers name and up it came. Although I did not meet my grandfather, my middle name Price was the same as his. He also had several children. I guess I will now do a little more exploring.
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