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Jonesboro, AR

Wreck on 351 @ KAIT road

nope,trying to figure out  (Sep 17, 2011 | post #12)

Jonesboro, AR

Wreck on 351 @ KAIT road

I cant get KAIT so if anyone hears anything please post.  (Sep 17, 2011 | post #10)

Jonesboro, AR

Wreck on 351 @ KAIT road

Prayers are for sure going out from here!!I hate to hear of any rider going down!!  (Sep 17, 2011 | post #7)

Jonesboro, AR

Wreck on 351 @ KAIT road

im also trying to find info, we heard it was a black bike,57 yo male blonde woman, bike had a BUBBA Sticker  (Sep 17, 2011 | post #5)

Batesville, AR

Interesting Batesville History

try this for the old ruddell hill cemetery http://www.expertg ps.com/data/viewer .asp?lat=35.772299 &lon=-91.70208 5&wpt=Old%20Ru ddell%20Hill%20Cem etery&count=42 24&types=Cemet eries&state=Ar kansas&abbr=ar &file=cemeteri es  (Jun 17, 2011 | post #101)

Batesville, AR

Interesting Batesville History

that sucks about thecave,we used to camp by it in the summer for some a/c  (Jun 13, 2011 | post #47)

Batesville, AR

Interesting Batesville History

lol yup  (Jun 12, 2011 | post #39)

Batesville, AR

Interesting Batesville History

i know exactly where your talking about,there is also a couple of old foundations back there,that is a old wagon road from what ive been told but no one has been able to tell me anything else,there is also a cave that blows very cold air year around there,the entrance is only about 3ft high but about 5 ft wide.I know there are also some old in the woods on an old road in the woods on Ruddell hill,prob from back in the mill days,  (Jun 12, 2011 | post #38)

Batesville, AR

Bikers be gone

The Mayor was the first bike,his hair didnt seem that long  (Jun 12, 2011 | post #12)

Batesville, AR

Interesting Batesville History

Batesville was also named Napoleon,Poke Bayou. I think there was only 14 people killed in our "Battle"  (Jun 12, 2011 | post #34)

Batesville, AR

Interesting Batesville History

I normally do too but didnt that time  (Jun 12, 2011 | post #33)

Batesville, AR

Interesting Batesville History

I do have a photo of Ruddell Mill,the American Motor Inn(mcDs)and a few other old batesville photos I know a former owner of the house on water street and she showed me a secret room off of a upstairs closet,she said they found the room by accient when she was a child and that it had several old items in it,she said the house was part of the underground rail road  (Jun 12, 2011 | post #32)

Batesville, AR

Interesting Batesville History

A few years ago I heard about the Battle of Waugh pond but no one new where it was,most had not ever heard of it,I finally ran across a civil war battle map and scaled it to fit a old and new county map and was able to locate the location of the skirmish,it is close to the experiment station.After knocking on some doors I was allowed to walk the site and also found a old cemetery with some soldier and old waugh family grave sites,we also found out that the union had a supply wagon train camped out on the waugh farm by the pond and that a union officer came over every night and "visited " the waugh girl.After having all she could take of this she left in the middle of the night and crossed the river and alerted southern troops that were camped at Buckhorn(marcella- ish),the troops crossed the river and burnt the wagon train and took all of the goods,the old waugh farm house was still there untill about 10 yrs ago.its fireplace and cistern was still there the last time i drove by station  (Jun 12, 2011 | post #30)

Batesville, AR

Interesting Batesville History

ok i made a big post about 15 min ago that didnt post, i dont have time to retype it but I have info on Ruddle mill,the battle at waugh pond,the house on water st and a few photos, will try to repost later, the Hotel that was where MCDs is now was the american motor inn  (Jun 12, 2011 | post #27)

Batesville, AR

girl on motorcycle

Several girls around here ride bikes and most are Harleys.Several even belong to a WMRC  (May 24, 2011 | post #7)