Feud On Tisian Hill
by David Moody
In 1842, Mamaw Molder, her husband, children and kin(and they was a lot of them) moved into the hills of Arkansas, each with a Choctaw Deed. They arrived in Mason County and claimed two sections each on Molder Mountain. The Molders lived there trouble free for forty-some-odd years, hunting, farming and raising their children … until trouble came. And when it came it had a name: Culdy.