Note: 19 January 1880 he left for Arkansas and located in Izard County,between the Black and White Rivers.
1882, bought a farm just south of Oxford, Arkansas on the old MilitaryRoad that was made to transport the Indians from their old homes, towhat was to be Indian Territory.
Buried in city of the dead.
When the Civil War broke out, James Porter served in the ConfederateArmy, in the Battle of Murfreesboro was wounded and left for dead atChickamauga, he survived.
Note: Lived at Fosterville and near Manchester, Coffee County, Tennessee.
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