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4606 N State Highway 137

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Armorel, AR 72310

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8984 Highway 242 W

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100 Third St

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Madison, AR 72394

102 S Front St

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Gilmore, AR 72339

157 Plantation Dr

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Luxora, AR 72321

3 Park St

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Wilson, AR 72395

140 Block St

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Crawfordsville, AR 72364

310 W Parker St

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Palestine, AR 72372

132 S Flora St

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Fisher, AR 72347

111 S Front St

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Parkin, AR 72373

8587 Highway 1 N

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Colt, AR 72326

615 Tennessee St

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Earle, AR 72331

8176 Highway 39

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Turner, AR 72383

74 E Cullum Dr

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Lagrange, AR 72352

100 Third St

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Widener, AR 72394

237 Barton St

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Turrell, AR 72384

5204 W State Highway 140

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West Ridge, AR 72391

74 E Cullum Dr

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Aubrey, AR 72352

48 Frisco St

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Marked Tree, AR 72365

103 N Main St

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Osceola, AR 72358

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Armorel is an unincorporated community located in Mississippi County, Arkansas, United States. A largely rural area with most of its land devoted to forests and farms, population estimates are variously given as between 300 and 500 people. Most of the town lies between Arkansas highways 18 and 312. The town was founded in 1899 by lumber magnate and president of Lee Wilson and Company, R.E.L. Wilson as one of his many company holdings. Wilson was an eclectic and colorful figure with vast land holdings in the Delta area after the Civil War. Also a proponent of education, Wilson was one of the original trustees of Arkansas State University, then A & M College. He sat on the board from 1917 until his death in 1933. The town's name was formed from the abbreviations of Arkansas and Missouri, along with the first three initials of its founder, Wilson.

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