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If anyone has photos of some of the dogs that Cecil fought in the old days or pictures of Cecil. Please send them to me. Randy Fox

A good dogman and a good guy. Cecil Collins.
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Cecil Collins with the glasses on.
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. He got mad when Burton & I didn't get best of show. In the Alvin fight.

Cecil B Collins, "United States, World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946"

name: Cecil B Collins
name (original): Cecil B Collins
event: Military Service
event date: 05 Mar 1943
term of enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
event place: Cp Shelby, Mississippi, United States
residence:
race: White
citizenship: citizen
birth year: 1922
birthplace: MISSISSIPPI
education: 1 year of high school
civilian occupation: Semiskilled painters, construction and maintenance
marital status: Divorced, without dependents
rank: Private
army branch: No branch assignment
army component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
source: Civil Life
serial number: 34625142
nara publication title: Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, ca. 1938-1946
arc identifier: 1263923
card, box and reel number: 08273.249
Citing this Record

"United States, World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KMVG-WTH : accessed 24 Feb 2013), Cecil B Collins, 05 Mar 1943.

Cecil B Collins, "United States Social Security Death Index"

first name: Cecil
middle name: B
last name: Collins
name suffix:
birth date: 21 October 1922
social security number: 426-20-2541
place of issuance: Mississippi
last residence: Bolivar, Mississippi
zip code of last residence: 38730
death date: March 1990
estimated age at death: 68

J. Perry Collins, "United States Census, 1940
name: J Perry Collins
titles & terms:
event: Census
event year: 1940
event place: Beat 2, Jones, Mississippi, United States
gender: Male
age: 41
marital status: Married
race (original):
race (standardized): White
relationship to head of household (original):
relationship to head of household (standardized): Head
birthplace: Mississippi
estimated birth year: 1899
residence in 1935:
enumeration district number: 34-20
family number: 290
sheet number and letter: 17B
line number: 69
nara publication number: T627
nara roll number: 2036
digital folder number: 005449658
image number: 00082
Household Gender Age Birthplace
head J Perry Collins M 41 Mississippi
wife Lela Collins F 38 Mississippi
son James T Collins M 20 Mississippi
son Cecil B Collins M 19 Mississippi
daughter Marice Collins F 12 Mississippi
son Perry J Collins M 8 Mississippi
"United States Census, 1940," index and images

A.B. Forsythe was an old man that lived off of 14th and may avenue in Oklahoma city. He owned Nigger before Mayfield and them ever got him. He quit in the hands of A.B. Forsythe and he got rid of him. Nigger was a good produce even though he quit.

A.B. Forsythe had been in Granite, Oklahoma reformatory. He stole a truck full of Bat Manure. When the law got on his trail he burned it. They got him for theft and arson.

I went over to A.B. Forsythe's house and he had made a bet with a guy of 50 dollars that he could not pet a biting dog he had without getting bit. The guy tried to do it but got bit on his arm and had to have several stitches. The hospital ask him what dog bit him and he told them. When I got to Forsythe's house the police were there. They wanted to take the dog for ten days and hold him. Forsythe was arguing with them about that. I ask the policeman looks like he should not have to lock his dog up because the man was in agreement to the deal. The man was in a canine unit and Forsythe said why don't you get that German shepherd out and let him load the pitbull. The policeman was on the radio and was talking to someone. He said that dog is crazy and the old man is crazier. They took the dog for ten days.

Forsythe always had some good old tires over at his house. A guy ask me where can I get some good 15 inch tires. I took him over to Forsythe's house. Forsythe was a jokester. He came out of the house with an M-16 and said there is the thieves I've been looking for. The guy I took over there broke and ran. I told Forsythe he wanted to buy some tries and you scared him off. He ask me to go get him. I drove around 3 blacks and found him. He would not go back to Forsythe's house. So I took him home.

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I need a photo of Mr. Forsythe

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