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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_Carpenter

Abraham Carpenter (baptised in Horsham, 18 November 1652 – 10 April 1708, Philadelphia) from Elizabeth (maiden name unknown), the third wife of Sheriff John Carpenter of Horsham. Abraham was a merchant and married later in life, yet remained steadfast to the Church of England. Despite this he was buried in the ...

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Abraham Carpenter Jr. (right) and Dr. Henry English, University of Arkansas He manages a farming operation and owns and operates Carpenter Produce which has become a very successful small business. But what distinguishes his farm from the larger cotton, rice and soybean operations in the area is his success in ...

arblackhalloffame.org/honorees/abraham-carpenter-sr-and-family

The Carpenter family has provided Arkansas-grown produce and unrivaled customer service to Arkansans for more than 40 years. Carpenter's Produce is a vision realized by Abraham (Sr.) and Katie Carpenter. It started as an experiment. Mrs. Carpenter planted a one-acre plot on the family's land in Grady, Arkansas.

www.encyclopediaofarkansas.net/encyclopedia/entry-detail.aspx?entryID=9154

Aug 16, 2016 ... Carpenter's Produce was established by Abraham Carpenter Sr. and his wife, Katie. In 1969, Katie Carpenter planted a one-acre vegetable garden and began selling her produce locally. At the time, Abraham Carpenter, then almost forty years old, was working at Seagram's Lumber Mill in nearby Pine Bluff ...

www.arkansasaghalloffame.org/Inductees/abraham-carpenter-sr

When one thinks of quality, locally grown produce in Arkansas, the name Carpenter generally comes to mind. Visitors to the Little Rock or Pine Bluff Farmer's Market know the Carpenter family. Led by Abraham Carpenter Sr., they have been growing and providing Arkansas customers with top-quality produce for more than ...

www.arkansasbusiness.com/people/aboy/61/carpenter-produce

Ph.D. in Common Sense Led to Business Success Abraham Carpenter Jr. credits the success of Carpenter Produce of Grady to his parents and the company's greens, which he said are second to none. "Dad's not a scholar, you know, but he's got a Ph.D. in common sense," Carpenter said. "He knew how to keep his family ...

www.paroleboard.arkansas.gov/BoardMembersampStaff/p/2175269/Default.aspx

The Arkansas Parole Board is composed of seven (7) members appointed from the State at large by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate. Each member is appointed for a term of seven years, except that the terms shall be staggered by the Governor so that the term of one (1) member expires each year. Each member ...

www.paroleboard.arkansas.gov/about-us

History. Parole has long been a component of corrections in Arkansas. The State Penitentiary Board was originally established through Act 1 of 1943. Act 50 of 1968 reorganized the State Penitentiary as the Arkansas Department of Correction (ADC) and created two major boards: the Board of Corrections and the Board of ...

www.callcarpenter.com/agents/29579-Vinson-Abraham

Vinson is an award winning real estate agent serving Indianapolis as well as surrounding areas such as Noblesville, Fishers, Carmel, Zionsville, Avon, Plainfield, Brownsburg and Greenwood. After earning his bachelors degree from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University he went on to complete an MBA from ...