Arkansas House of Representatives Seventy-Sixth General Assembly biographical information


Repository: Arkansas State Archives
Title: Arkansas House of Representatives Seventy-Sixth General Assembly biographical information
Quantity: 0.5 Cubic feet
Call number: MS.000037
Language: Materials entirely in English.

Biographical/Historical Note

Representative Jerry E. Hinshaw distributed biographical forms to members of the Seventy-Sixth General Assembly. Jerrold Eldon Hinshaw was born near Sheridan, Indiana, January 15, 1917. Hinshaw was a resident of Tontitown, Arkansas. A veteran of World War II, Hinshaw raised poultry and cattle, engaged in real estate, served as director of the First State Bank at Springdale, Arkansas, and was a member of the Arkansas House of Representatives, 1981-1996. Hinshaw was a historian who wrote "Call the Roll: The First One Hundred Fifty Years of the Arkansas Legislature" (Little Rock: Department of Arkansas Heritage, circa 1986). Hinshaw died December 31, 2003.

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Scope and Contents

This collection consists of biographical information forms completed by the members of the Arkansas House of Representatives Seventy-Sixth General Assembly. The forms were provided by the Arkansas History Commission at the suggestion of Representative Jerry E. Hinshaw, who distributed and collected the forms for preservation at the State Archives.

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This collection is open for research use.

Conditions Governing Use

The copyright law of the United States (Title 17-U.S. Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. The person using this material is liable for any infringement.

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Administrative Information
Preferred Citation

Arkansas House of Representatives Seventy-Sixth General Assembly Biographical Information, Arkansas History Commission, Little Rock, Arkansas.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Jerry E. Hinshaw, Springdale, Arkansas, 1988.

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  • James C. Allen

  • Bob C. “Sody” Arnold

  • Grady Perry Arrington

  • Thomas G. Baker

  • Nancy Crain Balton

  • Richard L. “Dick” Barclay

  • David Lawrence Beatty

  • Cliff H. Brown

  • Irma Hunter Brown

  • Gloria B. Cabe

  • Shirley Meacham Calhoun

  • John Paul Capps

  • Albert “Tom” Collier

  • John H. Dawson

  • Travis Edward Dowd

  • Veo Easley

  • Patrick Henry Flanagin

  • Ron N. Fuller

  • Lloyd R. George

  • Arthur A. Givens, Jr.

  • Larry David Goodwin

  • Hubert Allen Hankins

  • Kevin Louis Hatfield

  • Donald Bruce Hawkins

  • Patrick Henry Hays

  • B.G. Hendrix

  • Jerry E. Hinshaw

  • Bobby L. Hogue

  • James M. Holland

  • Tim Hutchinson

  • Myra Jones

  • James T. Jordan

  • H. Lacy Landers

  • Rodger Dale Langster

  • John M. Lipton

  • Ode Lee Maddox

  • Joseph Kirby Mahony, II

  • David R. Matthews

  • Lloyd Carlisle McCuiston, Jr.

  • Robert Lee McGinnis

  • Louis Marian McJunkin

  • J. Sturgis Miller

  • John Eldon Miller

  • Owen T. Miller

  • William Pickins “Bill” Mills

  • Larry Randell Mitchell

  • Tommy E. Mitchum

  • Ted E. Mullenix

  • Nap B. Murphy

  • Bobby Gene Newman

  • Wanda L. Northcutt

  • John W. Parkerson

  • Carolyn Joan Pollan

  • Bill D. Porter

  • Billy Joe Purdom

  • John W. “Bill” Ramsey

  • Wilfred Ray “Bud” Rice

  • David E. Roberts

  • James H. Roberts

  • William H. “Bill” Sanson

  • Charlotte Tillar Schexnayder

  • James Levesque Shaver, Jr.

  • Bill E. Stephens

  • James Ridgeway Stockley

  • Byron Thomason

  • Mike Todd

  • William Henry Townsend

  • Robert Wayne Tullis

  • Grover W. “Buddy” Turner, Jr.

  • Tommy Wayne Wagner

  • John Charles Ward

  • Bob J. Watts

  • Henry Wilkins, III

  • Frank Joseph Willems

  • Michael Kenneth Wilson

  • James Gus Wingfield

  • Bobby G. Wood

  • Marion Douglas Wood

  • Robin French Wynne

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