Indiana McCaslins

James (Jim) Monroe FletcherAge: 49 years19031952

James (Jim) Monroe Fletcher
Birth June 6, 1903 23 21
Birth of a brotherWilliam Ernest (Buster) Fletcher
January 28, 1908 (Age 4 years)
Birth of a sisterAnnie Chloa Fletcher
July 31, 1911 (Age 8 years)
Birth of a brotherAndy Coe Fletcher
July 31, 1911 (Age 8 years)

Death of a brotherAndy Coe Fletcher
about 1912 (Age 8 years)

Birth of a half-brotherLaurence William Fletcher (McCaslin)
July 17, 1914 (Age 11 years)
Birth of a sisterLula Belle Fletcher
August 23, 1916 (Age 13 years)
Burial of a paternal grandmotherNancy Jane (Nannie) McNatt
1923 (Age 19 years)
Note: Clover Bend Cemetery
Birth of a daughter
Ella Mae Fletcher
December 11, 1925 (Age 22 years)

Birth of a son
James Monroe Fletcher
August 5, 1927 (Age 24 years)
Birth of a son
Billy Joe Fletcher
July 29, 1928 (Age 25 years)

Birth of a son
Carroll Dewayne Fletcher
July 12, 1930 (Age 27 years)

Census 1930 (Age 26 years)
Death of a fatherWilliam Jasper (Jasper) (Bill) McCaslin (Fletcher)
July 31, 1939 (Age 36 years)
Burial of a fatherWilliam Jasper (Jasper) (Bill) McCaslin (Fletcher)
after July 31, 1939 (Age 36 years)
Note: Birta Cemetery
Death December 13, 1952 (Age 49 years)
Burial December 17, 1952 (4 days after death)
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Marriage: December 23, 1900, Jackson, Arkansas
2 years
5 years
younger brother
William Ernest (Buster) Fletcher
Birth: January 28, 1908 27 25Heber Springs, Cleburne, Arkansas
Death: October 1978Newport, Jackson, Arkansas
4 years
younger sister
younger brother
5 years
younger sister
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20 months
James Monroe Fletcher
Birth: August 5, 1927 24 21West Point, White, Arkansas
Death: September 14, 1987Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas
1 year
Billy Joe Fletcher
Birth: July 29, 1928 25 22
Death: September 12, 2006Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas
23 months

Census1930 Federal Census
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In the 1930 US Federal Census for Judsonia, Harrison, White, Arkansas, 26-year-old Arkansas-born James M and his 24-year-old Arkansas-born wife Mabel V [Keith] Fletcher were married whan he was 21- and she was 19-years old. They have in their household their Arkansas-born children 4-year 4-month old Ella May, 2-year 8-month old James Jr and one-year 8-month old Billie, and James' married sister-in-law 22-year-old Arkansas-born Wilma C Lammons. The household is living in a rented house, for which James pays $6 a month. All the adults can read, write and speak English. James is a farm laborer has has worked on the last regularly scheduled work day. He has not served in the military. Mabel and Wilma's father was born in Tennessee and their mother in Missouri; everyone else's parents were born in Arkansas. From Edna Fletcher Left A Wealth of Memories BALD KNOB BANNER - 29 May 1980 By GLADYS RICHARDSON "Jim and Mable moved to Bald Knob in 1940. Their five children, Ella Mae Rooks, James Fletcher, Joe Fletcher, Dewayne Fletcher, and Reva Fletcher, all graduated from Bald Knob High School. Jim managed a service station when he first moved to Bald Knob. Later he worked for the Highway department and was made road commissioner of White County. He served there six years. He was Mayor of Bald Knob four terms. During the time he was Mayor the tornado struck Bald Knob. Telephone and light wires hung in twisted masses from poles and straggled into the streets, gas mains with broken and the water service was totally disrupted. There was no communication with the rest of the world until an emergency line was set up by the Red Cross with a connection at Memphis. Mayor Fletcher offered the City Hall, which had been erected while ne was Mayor, for the use of all emergency personnel. He tried to be everywhere at once, and went 72 hours without sleep. He was near exhaustion before he finally calmed down and tried to rest. He won a commendation from the Red Cross for his outstanding service. The strain had taken its toll though, and his health was affected. He survived on heart attack, but a later one in December proved fatal. He was it member of the Christian Church, the Rotary Club, the Masonic Blue Lodge, the Royal Arch Council, Zion Council, and the Woodmen of the World, He was a member of the volunteer fire department and during his terms as Mayor the city bought a new fire truck, which was housed in the new City Hall building." Obituary - Bald Knob Banner (Bald Knob, White, Arkansas), 18 Dec 1952 Bald Knob citizens and friends over White County were shocked and saddened to learn of the death of Mayor James M. (Jim) Fletcher, aged 49, this week. Funeral services were conducted Wednesday for Mr. Fletcher, who passed away in a Searcy hospital last Saturday. Mayor Fletcher, who was completing his fourth term in office, succumbed unexpectedly. He was believed to be recovering from a heart attck suffered Wednesday when death came at 3:30 Saturday afternoon. Services were held in the Methodist Church by the Rev. Lester Bickford, Corning, and the Rev. Pharis Holifield. Burial was with Collison Funeral Home in charge. Active Pallbearers were: Weldon Richards, Fred Barnes, Roy Huffaker, Sr., J.H. Moody, Bert Adkins, and Otis Parham. Honorary pallbearers were: Dr. W.R. Felts, Elliot Plant, Emil Coe, Clarence Deeter, Jr., Fletcher Davis, Augusta, Eugene Ranson, J.H. Miller, Frank Tabor, Floyd Bradberry, Earl Hobbs, Sid Breckenridge, M.O. Stewart, W.H. Collison, D.H. Townsend, Hubert Coward, Ed Williams, Lowell Roaseau, Dr. Carroll Dodd, and Charlie Fox. Mayor Fletcher, who had served the city day and night during his tenure, was on relief work 72 hours without sleep after the disastrous tornado here last March. He won a commendation from the American Red Cross for this outstanding service. He had been White County road commissioner for six years. He was a member of the Christian Church, the Rotary Club, the Young Business Men's Civic Club, Masonic Blue Ladge, Royal Arch Chapter, Zion Council, and the Woodmen of the World. Born in Tuckerman June 6, 1903, Mayor Fletcher was the oldest child of William J. and Edna Smith Fletcher. He moved to Bald Knob in 1919. He married Miss Mabel Keith in 1924. Survivors include his widow; three sons, James F., Jr., and Joe Fletcher, Bald Knob, and Dewayne, who was in the Navy on the USS Midway and was unable to attend the funeral; two daughters, Mrs. Ella Mae Rooks and Miss Reva Fletcher, Bald Knob; his mother, Mrs. Edna Fletcher; a brother, William E Fletcher, Bald Knob, and two sisters, Mrs. Chloe McCoy, Ola, and Mrs. Lula Sheffer, Bald Knob, and one grandson, James Thomas Fletcher.