Tag Archives: Springdale Arkansas

Ma Terry’s Boarding House – Selina Martin Terry (1873-1952)

My grandfather, Wallace Paul Cowan (1903-1988), moved from Springdale, Arkansas to Kansas City, Missouri in the late 1920s. This picture is dated 1928, and Paul was standing outside of what he called Ma Terry’s Boarding House at 2512 Prospect in … Continue reading

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Thomas Macklin “Mack” Hinson

  (Scrapbook pages were done in Close To My Heart’s Studio J. Edited to remove incorrect names. They had 2 children.) Thomas Macklin Hinson is my grandfather Wallace Paul Cowan’s uncle, brother to his mother Myrtle Bertie Hinson Cowan (1879-1971). He is the … Continue reading

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Myrtle Bertie Hinson Cowan (1879-1971)

      (Scrapbook pages created in Close To My Heart’s Studio J.) This is the final installment of my series on the children of my great great grandparents Isaac Newton Hinson (1849-1925) and Louisa Cumi Harp Hinson (1852-1918). You can read … Continue reading

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Dora Ada Hinson Sanders (1875-1959)

   (Scrapbook pages created in Close To My Heart’s Studio J) Dora Ada Hinson Sanders is my grandfather Wallace Paul Cowan’s aunt, sister to his mother Myrtle Bertie Hinson Cowan (1879-1971). She is the 3rd of 10 children of Isaac Newton … Continue reading

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May Belle Hinson Baggett (1877-1970)

   (Scrapbook pages done in Close To My Heart’s Studio J.) May Belle Hinson Baggett is my grandfather Wallace Paul Cowan’s aunt, sister to his mother Myrtle Bertie Hinson Cowan (1879-1971). She is the 4th of 10 children of Isaac Newton … Continue reading

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Cleopatra Ellen Hinson Johnson (1886-1946)

   (Scrapbook pages created in Close To My Heart’s Studio J. Her date of death noted on these pages is from her death certificate, and I don’t think it is correct.) A cousin, Sonny Sanders, sent me these photos of … Continue reading

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Lin Walter Hinson (1885-1952) – Part 2 – Shiloh Rowdy!

In my last post I introduced you to my Great Great Uncle Lin Walter Hinson (1885-1952.) He served our country on the border of Mexico with the Arkansas National Guard, and then went to France during World War I. Prior … Continue reading

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Lin Walter Hinson (1885-1952) – Part 1 – Military Service

      (Scrapbook pages created using Close To My Heart’s Studio J.) My grandfather Wallace Paul Cowan (1903-1988) left lots of photos of his Hinson side of the family. His mother Myrtle Bertie Hinson Cowan (1879-1971) had seven siblings who … Continue reading

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Dock Newton Hinson (1896-1987) – Razorback Rooter

Dock Hinson is the son of Thomas Macklin Hinson (1872-1945) and Emily Sietz (1872-1959), and he is my grandfather’s (Wallace Paul Cowan 1903-1988) cousin. I have this photo from when he was very young: My grandfather wrote on the back that … Continue reading

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Filling Stations in Springdale Arkansas 1920s

My grandfather Wallace Paul Cowan (1903-1988) always loved cars, and worked at filling stations as a young man in Springdale, Arkansas. These are some of his photos. I’ve captioned them with what Paul wrote on the back of each. Bearcat Oil … Continue reading

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