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Susan Margaret (Hughes) Arrington
Nov 24, 1857 - Jan 4, 1904
Posted by: Beverly White

Susan Margaret Hughes was born November 24, 1857 in Craighead Co, Arkansas to Mary Ann (Freeman) and Larkin Zophar Hughes.  She married W. S. "Billy" Arrington in 1883 in Craighead Co, Arkansas.  By 1891 they were living Montgomery County Arkansas, and in 1897 were in Sevier Co, AR.  They moved to Woodville, Indian Territory in 1897 where Susan's husband Billy Arrington put in a General Store. They had no children of their own, but they raised two  foster sons, Tom and Charley Sparks, and were raising two little girls, Grace Stephens, and Susan's niece Ivy Rosalie Griffith.  Susan died on Jan 4, 1904 and was buried in the Woodville Cemetery. 

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