William Freeman Dollarhide, Foreman, Arkansas

 

 

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William Freeman Dollarhide
1888-1926
Foreman, Arkansas


One of the many sons of Judge James Samples Dollarhide (1818-1899) was Daniel Simpson Dollarhide.  Daniel (1856-1943) and his wife Elizabeth Freeman (1861-1895) had seven children, one of whom was William Freeman Dollarhide (1888-1926). 

William was born in January, 1888 in Rocky Comfort (now Foreman), Little River County, Arkansas.  He married Katie Stirman (1888-1969) of Arapaho, Oklahoma on October 14, 1911 at the bride's house in Arapaho.  He was a widely respected school teacher, principal and superintendent in Arkansas towns including Hackett, Gurdon and Bearden.  He and Katie had one son, Roger Freeman Dollarhide (1912-1995) and are survived today by grandsons David and  William and numerous great grandchildren.  William Freeman died prematurely at 38 on June 7, 1926 after a sudden, brief illness.  He is buried at Roselawn Cemetery in Little Rock, AR.  At the time of his death he was survived by his wife, Katie, son Roger, his father, D. S. Dollarhide of Foreman, a sister, Mrs. J. S. M. Cannon of Little Rock and two brothers, D. A. Dollarhide of Washington, D. C. and E. S. Dollarhide of Buffalo, N. Y.  

William Freeman's line from progenitor Francis Dollahide is surmised to be as follows:

  1. Francis Dollahide 1650 Ireland - 1720 Maryland

  2. Francis Dollahide, Jr. 1700-1742 Maryland

  3. Francis Dollahide, III 1723 Maryland - ? North Carolina

  4. John Dollarhide 1750 North Carolina -1853 Texas, Revolutionary War veteran

  5. James D. Dollarhide 1788 N. Carolina - 1823 Arkansas

  6. James Samples Dollarhide 1818 Kentucky - 1899 Arkansas

  7. Daniel Simpson Dollarhide 1856-1943 Arkansas

  8. William Freeman Dollarhide 1888-1926 Arkansas


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