35 Degrees 24 Minutes North - 91 Degrees West: A town called Hickory Ridge

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A history of the settlement and development of the townships of Brushy Lake and Hickory Ridge and of the emergence of the town of Hickory ridge, all located within the state of Arkansas. The time span covered begins with the discovery of America and comes forth to about the year 2000. It includes such events as DeSoto's trek through the area, transfer of ownership via the Louisiana Purchase, regional exploration and surveying, territorial politics and gaining the status of statehood. Following the time of the ...
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Overview

A history of the settlement and development of the townships of Brushy Lake and Hickory Ridge and of the emergence of the town of Hickory ridge, all located within the state of Arkansas. The time span covered begins with the discovery of America and comes forth to about the year 2000. It includes such events as DeSoto's trek through the area, transfer of ownership via the Louisiana Purchase, regional exploration and surveying, territorial politics and gaining the status of statehood. Following the time of the Civil War, the narrative focuses more on the development of Cross County, the two townships of Brushy Lake and Hickory Ridge and, finally, on the town of hickory Ridge. A history of some of the region's schools, churches, and cemeteries is included as well as several maps, some as early as 1819, a full record of Cross County post offices, Peace Court Records from the early part of the 20th century, and many random photographs.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781412022989
  • Publisher: Trafford Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/12/2004
  • Pages: 572

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Jim Jeffers graduated from Hickory Ridge High School in 1953 thenmarried Glenda, his high school sweetheart. After 4 years in the U. S. Navy's SeaBees, he worked many years in management in the grain industry before switching to the heavy construction fi eld where he spent 28 years in planning, scheduling and executing projects. He retired in 2000 and he and his wife live at Maryville, Tennessee.

Don Evans attended school at Hickory Ridge for eleven years thengraduated in 1953 at Whitehaven, Tennessee, where he won a 4-year football scholarship to Memphis State. After graduation from Memphis State, he married his wife, Eleanor, whom he had met in college, then took a job with the Kellogg Company. He retired after 38 years. He and his wife live in Germantown, Tennessee.

Johnny Wilson also graduated in the class of 1953 at Hickory Ridgethen turned his full attention to farming. He served many years on the Boards of Directors of the Cross County Farmers Assn., Cross County Farm Bureau, SFA, the Eastern Arkansas Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America, and was a Scoutmaster for 13 years. His family was chosen County and State Farm Family of the year in 1987. He and his wife, Vivian, live near Hickory Ridge, Arkansas.

Isaac Bratcher graduated from Hickory Ridge High School in 1953and, in 1954, enlisted in the U. S. Air Force where he remained until his retirement in 1976 as a Senior Master Sgt. He bought a small farm in west Tennessee and began his second career on the management staff of a healthcare company from which he retired in 1998. Isaac and his wife, Louise, live on their farm at Sugar Tree, Tennessee.

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