WILLIAM HARRISON CECIL, is a dry goods merchant in Harrison, Arkansas (July 9, 1894), and was born in Newton County, Arkansas, on July 9, 1854. His parents were Riley and Sarah J. (Harrison) Cecil, the former born in Arkansas July IO, 1829, the latter in Tennessee, April 11, 1835. Riley was a son of Solomon
WILLIAM H. CECIL. The calling of the merchant is one of the most hon-orable lines of industry, and one of its most worthy exponents at Harrison is William H. Cecil, who is a native of Jasper, Newton County, Arkansas, where he first saw the light of day July 9, 1854. His parents, Riley and Sarah
J. F. Cecil was born in Maury County, Tennessee, in 1849. He was taken to Clark County, Ohio, when he was one year old, and he lived there till 1878, when he removed to Shawnee County, Kansas. He had been at his present location since 1882, following the business of raising fruit and nursery stock,
Private, 118th Inf., Co. E, 30th Div. Born in Guilford County; son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cecil. Entered the service at High Point, N.C., July 30, 1917. Was sent to Camp Sevier, S. C., and from there to Camp Mills. Sailed for France May 11, 1918. Received machine gun wound at Bellicourt, Oct.
Yeoman 2nd Class. Born March 31, 1890; son of Y. F. and Armanda Cecil, of Guilford County. Husband of Zada P. Cecil. Entered service June 3, 1918, at Raleigh, N.C. Sent to Norfolk, Va., June 4, 1918. Transferred to St. Helena, then to Hampton Roads. On Battleship U. S. S. New Jersey. Later transferred to
Henry Cecil, farmer, Sec. 10; P. O. Charleston; owns 215 acres worth $40 per acre; he was born in Mercer Co., Ky., Feb. 15, 1826; lived on the farm, engaged with his father in farming until 21 years of age. Was then married to Hannah E. Robinson Oct. 7, 1847; she was born in Shelby
William C. Cecil, M. D. A really successful merchant, doctor, lawyer or farmer is the man who enjoys a just and adequate compensation for important service rendered in his particular field. It is that kind of success which is enjoyed by Dr. William C. Cecil of Stark, Kansas. He was the pioneer doctor in that