Nancy C. Porter b. 1866 VanBuren County, Arkansas. 19th of the 21 children of James Porter. She married John Herndon - had 10 children. She recived the FIRST divorce in the state of Arkansas.
Eldean Williams was the daughter of (James)Albert & May Goss Williams - of Mount Vernon, Faulkner County, Arkansas
section of the page, of the 1930 US Census, in Howe, Ok., listing the Powell Family
These are three of John and Lular Cook Powell's sons. They had 10 children over 25 years. The oldest son was Wm. Claude , the two youngest sons were Wylie John, and Jess Willard
This photo was taken at a family picnic, after their last move to California. The Okies of the dust bowl often made several trips to California, then back to Oklahoma. Skinner, Powell
This is the railroad station at Howe, Oklahoma. There was also a round house for the Rock Island Rail line in Howe. Powell, Skinner
Howe, Oklahoma was one of the largest "cities" in Oklahoma (at the turn of the century). Howe was home to several coal mines and smelters. It is located about 30 miles southwest of Fort Smith, Arkansas, in Le Flore County.
The daughters of Steve and Ethel Powell Skinner
Jesse Skinner gives his baby brother Wylie a lift on his bike
This photo was taken at the wedding of their youngest daughter, Lillie. Skinner / Powell