Maibelle McCullough Mouton:
Remembering With Joy


Home

Remembering
With Joy


Cover

Maps

Part One

Part Two

Part Three

Part Four

Part Five

Family Reunion

Notes

Maibelle McCullough, c. 1918 Maibelle Christine McCullough was born in Alicia, Arkansas on June 25, 1899, the next youngest child of W.J. McCullough and Nancy Vianna Smith McCullough.

In 1920 she married George Alexander Mouton. Money borrowed from her brother-in-law George L. Alexander helped the couple through the Depression and ensured their fortune in rice farming. Maibelle had four children -- two sons and two daughters. In the latter 1970's at the request of her children, Maibelle -- in concert with her two remaining sisters -- wrote this memoir. She died February 04, 1988 in Portland, OR .

Description of Original Memoir:

This transcript was created from a photocopy of the original typewritten document. The quality of the photographs is about as good as can be expected considering the quality of the photocopy.

Transcription Notes:

To the best of my ability within HTML format I have left everything, including typos, misspellings, etc. is as it appears on the photocopy. Text in [italics] are my own notations. For purposes of web design I have broken the document into segments.


Next
Questions and comments to Webmouse Cyberspace Publications

Copyright 2011 Ellen Wilds, all rights reserved. Redistribution and/or reuse terms of license. Disclaimer for this document: "Maibelle McCullough Mouton: Remembering With Joy is published here with the permission of Ellen S. Wilds and transcribed by her, March, 2000. The materials published here are presented "as is", without warranty of any kind to the extent permitted by applicable law, and without any promise of validity and/or accuracy."