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Carroll County, Arkansas Cemetery Records

Most of these cemetery listings are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we list the listing when it is only a partial listing. Hosted at Carroll County Historical and Genealogical Society Alpena Cemetery Baker – Bussey Cemetery Beaver Cemetery Beulah Union Cemetery Berryville Mem. Cemetery Blackjack Cemetery Blue Eye Cemetery Brandy Cemetery Bunch Cemetery Callens Branch Cemetery Carrollton Cemetery Christian Unity Cemetery Clifty Cemetery Dean Cemetery Delmar Cemetery Denver Cemetery Dog Branch Cemetery Enon Cemetery Eureka Springs Cemetery Fairgrove Cemetery Fancher 1 Cemetery Fancher 2 Cemetery Farewell Cemetery Farmer Cemetery Farwell Family Cemetery Fuller Cemetery Gaskins Cemetery Glenwood Cemetery Gobbler Cemetery Grandview Cemetery Hale Cemetery Hale South Cemetery High Cemetery Hilltop Cemetery Hittson Cemetery Huff Cemetery Jones-Minick Cemetery Leathers Cemetery Liberty Cemetery Marshall Cemetery McCullough Cemetery McGehee Cemetery Moore Cemetery Morland Cemetery Mountain View Cemetery New Home Cemetery Norris Cemetery Oak Hill Cemetery Parker Cemetery Patty Springs / Campbell Cemetery Pension Mt. Cemetery Pickens Cemetery Pleasant Valley Cemetery Rock Springs Cemetery Rockhouse Cemetery Rush, Green Forest Cemetery Rush – Wood Cemetery Russell – Braswell Rule Cemetery Shady Grove Cemetery Sisco Cemetery Sneed Cemetery Snow Cemetery Walden Cemetery Walker Cemetery Ward Cemetery Weedy Knob Cemetery White Oak Cemetery Williams North Cemetery Williams South Cemetery Yocum Cemetery Zion Hill Cemetery Miscellanious Small Cemeteries Hosted at Carroll County Arkansas Tombstone Transcription Project Sugg Cemetery Rush Cemetery  ...

Biography of A. T. Robertson, M. D.

A. T. Robertson, M. D., physician and surgeon, dealer in drugs, medicines, etc., Ashmore; was born in Sumner Co., Tenn., June 30, 1834; his father, Rev. John H. Robertson, was born in Virginia, and removed to Tennessee with his parents when but a boy; in 1829, he came to Coles Co., and engaged in teaching school near the present city of Charleston; his name appears on the records as the second person to whom letters of administration were granted in Coles Co.; in 1832, he returned to Tennessee, where he was ordained a minister of the M. E. Church, and where he married Miss Sarah Carr, of Sumner Co.; about 1838, he removed to Camden Co., Mo., and is now a prominent and well-to-do farmer of Laclede Co., in that State. Dr. Robertson, at the age of 21, engaged in teaching in Choctaw Nation, pursuing his medical studies in the mean time; this he continued two years; in 1858, he attended his first course of lectures in the medical department of the State University at Nashville, Tenn.; he then located in Carroll Co., Ark., and began practice; during the winter of 1860-61, he attended lectures in the Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, where he graduated and received his degree in the spring of 1861; returning to Arkansas, he practiced medicine there till 1864, and then removed to Ashmore; after teaching school a part of the first year, he began practicing medicine in July, 1865, and has had a large and lucrative practice ever since. He was elected Town Clerk in 1866, and served till 1877; during the past two years,...

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