Conway County, Arkansas History and Biographical Sketches


Originally published by Goodspeed Publishing in 1889, this reprint contains memoirs and biographies of Conway County pioneers. Conway County, located in the mid-central portion of the state, was created 20 October 1825 and named for Henry Wharton Conway (1793-1827) a Territorial delegate to the United State House of Representatives. This brief history begins with the creation of the county and continues up to the time of the printing of this publication in the mid-1880s. Because the information was compiled by the referenced family, it should be very accurate and detailed. A short history of the county is included, followed by the biographies.

GEORGE STUBBS, a planter residing on the Petit Jean Mountain, was born in Belmont County, Ohio, April 10, 1855; he is a son of John C. and Mary M. (Flowers) Stubbs; father a native of Ohio, born in 1825; mother of Maryland born 1827. etc...etc...

Goodspeed Publishing

2004, paper, 138 pp.

ISBN: 9780788498282