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Homer King ERVIN (VETERAN WWI)

Nixon Cemetery
Franklin County,
Arkansas

Arkansas
PRIVATE US Army
7 Heavy Mobile Ordnance Repair Shop
World War I
September 4, 1893 - January 3, 1950


Son of William Martin Ervin and Mary Angeline Brewer, of Vesta, Franklin County, AR.

Husband of Mollie Weaver Pritchett, married Aug 6, 1917 in Sebastian Co, AR.

Homer and Mollie had one son and two grandchildren.

He was a farmer, blacksmith, welder, and welding instructor.

Ancestral records trace Homer Ervin's family of origin to Scotland. The surname name was Anglicized from Irvine, to Erwin, to Ervin. The earliest settlers of his family lived in North Carolina. Branches migrated to Tennessee before coming to Arkansas.

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Submitted: 1/6/13 • Approved: 1/8/13 • Last Updated: 1/11/13 • R807669-G0-S3

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