Miscellaneous info, Queries, and recent Nuggets (by States, alphabetical order)


Alaska: Anchorage, 1983, David Armor McAninch Jr.


David Armor McAninch Jr., who was a retired director of marketing for Pan American

World Airways, died Thursday at Humana Hospital Alaska. He was 60 [died 23 June 1983].

A private service was conducted Saturday [25 June 1983] at the Witzleben Funeral Home

and Crematory, Sixth Avenue Chapel.

Mr. McAninch was born Dec. 16, 1922 in Pittsburgh and came to Alaska to retire in 1981.

He was a Navy veteran of World War II. He was treasurer of the Peninsula Fly Fishing

Association in Kenai. In addition to his wife, Helen, of Kenai, he leaves two sisters,

Jean Baker of Pittsburg and Peggy Pollard of Eustus, Fla.


Source: The Anchorage Times, Monday, June 27, 1983, pg. B-5. Newspaper Archives,

"ant00-003528" ['ant' Anchorage Times], Alaska Historical Collections, Alaska State Library,

8th Floor State Office Building, 333 Willoughby Avenue, Juneau, Alaska [Weds. 1 July 2009]


Arkansas: Faulkner County



MacKaninch [sic], J.H. 29 / Davidson, (Ms) H.L. 15 / 27 Oct. 1895 / [Bk] F [pg] 439


Faulkner County, Arkansas, Marriage Index Vol I 1873-1925, 1996, Complied by


Schubert, Dwight [this is John Henry MacAninch / McAninch]



McNinch [sic], Minnie Lee, died Faulkner County 7/2/46 W[White] F[female] age 41


Arkansas Death Record Index 1941-1948 by Desmond Walls Allen, pub. 1999,


Arkansas Research, www.arkansasresearch.com 


Arkansas: Pulaski County (The Arkansas Gazette, Little Rock)



[obit. 22 Sept. 1878] “McArnish [no first name], 1878 [mo] Se [day] 22 [p] 04 [col] 03”


The Arkansas Gazette, Obituaries Index, 1819-1879, by Stephen J. Chism, pg.64;


Southern Historical Press, Greenville, South Carolina [FHL SLC 976.773/L1 V42c]


[The Arkansas Gazette, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas]



“Ladd, Annie, Miss, married Mr. Ulysses Colclasure, of Varner, at home of her sis,


 Mrs. McAninch, *soc, 7/12, p9, c1&2” [society pages; pg.100 in book]


[married 12 July 1896 at the home of Samuel Judson and Jessie May (Ladd) McAninch]




“McAnnich, S.J., and Jessie M. McAninch [it is McAnnich and McAninch] [sic]


foreclosure suit, Pulaski chancery ct, *crn, 3/13, p8, c2" [court records; pg.113 in book]


Index to the Arkansas Gazette, 1896, compiled by Cathy Barnes, pub. by


Arkansas Research, P.O. Box 303, Conway, AR 72033 [FHL SLC 976.773/L1 B32b]



McAninch Family History NL v.XXI n.1 / January 2013 / Copyright Frank McAninch / page 2013-02


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