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Thomas Nathaniel Arledge

Birthplace: Neshoba or Leake Co, MS
Death: July 24, 1964 (84)
Missouri, United States
Place of Burial: Cardwell Cemetery, Cardwell, Dunklin County, Missouri
Immediate Family:

Son of John Franklin Arledge, CSA, POW and Sarah (Sally) L. Joiner
Husband of Ethel Mae Arledge
Father of Docia M. Arledge; Velna Arledge; Obed Arledge; Sadie L Arledge; Novel Arledge and 5 others
Brother of John W. Arledge; Sarah Ann Collier; James William Arledge; Frances E or Sarah Frances Arledge; Mary O. Arledge and 3 others
Half brother of Charles Plez Arledge; James Hubert Arledge and Clevie Steve Arledge

Managed by: Pam Wilson (may be slow to respond)
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About Thomas Nathaniel Arledge

  • b MS parents born AL MS
  • born in Neshoba or Leake Co, MS;
  • HOH 1910 Neshoba Co, MS;
  • to TN 1914-17;
  • HOH Shelby Co TN in 1920 census;
  • 1930 HOH Little River, Mississippi Co, AR;
  • SS# issued in Missouri
  • Reference: Ancestry Genealogy - SmartCopy: Oct 3 2016, 2:23:30 UTC

US Census 1910 Neshoba Mississippi state he was 27 yrs old, which would indicate he was born in 1883? Burial: Cardwell Cemetery. Marker state he was born in 1880 Feb 2017 TAS

Thomas Nathaniel Arledge United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 states he was born Oct.07 1878. May 24.2020 TAS

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Thomas Nathaniel Arledge's Timeline

October 7, 1879
Neshoba or Leake Co, MS
June 1, 1908
Mississippi, United States
December 4, 1911
Philadelphia, Neshoba Co, MS; SSDI lists an OBED ARLEDGE, SS# issued in ARK: Is this the same as Luther's bro?; 1930 HOH Little River, Mississippi Co, AR
Mississippi, United States
Mississippi, United States
March 19, 1915
Mississippi, United States
Tennessee, United States
March 8, 1920
TN; SS# issued in MO; "Sgt U.S. Army-World War II" served in Germany; listed in obit as security guard; moved from Detroit, MI to Sacramento, CA in 1964