Location: Bentonville Arkansas

Harts Cemetery Records, Bentonville, Benton County Arkansas

(located 4 miles south of Bentonville) BALDWIN Joel, b. Jan. 1815, d. 1900. Lucinda, b. Jan. 1815, d. 1900, ae. 85 yrs. Lucinda, b. 14 Sept. 1823, d. 19 Sept. 1905, ae. 82 yrs. BALEY John, b. 25 Jan. 1825, d. 17 May 1903, ae. 78 yrs. Husband of Sarah Baley. Sarah, b. 25 Oct. 1824, d. 8 Nov. 1904, ae. 80 yrs. Wife of John Baley. BARNS Marion W., b. 1871, d. 1943, ae. 72 yrs. Husband of Sarah J. Barns. BARNES Lab, b. 1886, d. 1950, ae. 64 yrs. Born in Arkansas. Richard Edgar, b. 19 Dec. 1891. Son of Vena Sawrey Barnes. Vena Sawrey, b. 9 Dec. 1893, d. 11 May 1953, ae. 60 yrs. BEARD Arabelle, b. 1883, d. 1941, ae. 58 yrs. Wife of Joseph M. Beard. Joseph M., b. 1879, d. 1954, ae. 75 yrs. Husband of Arabelle Beard. BERGES Mary Jane Frances, b. abt. 1824, believed in Tenn., d. abt 1865. BLAIR Hue H., b. abt 1860, believed in Benton Co., Ark., d. abt. 1917. Believed to be son of David Francis Blair. Husband of Mary Jane Colville Blair. Sadie Elizabeth, b. abt. 1890, South of Bentonville, Ark. Dau. of Hue H. Blair and Mary Jane Colville Blair. Wife of Furnando Riddle. BOYD David M., b. 27 Jan. 1885. Son of S. D. Boyd and A. R. Boyd. Jonny S., b. 18...

Read More

Biographical Sketch of Mrs. James W. Caudill

Caudill, Mrs. James W. (See Grant, Ghigau and Adair)—Lou, daughter of Alfred Estis and Margaret Elizabeth (Adair) Holland was born at Stillwell, May 8, 1887 and edu­cated at Grove. Married at Bentonville, Ar­kansas, May 19, 1905, James Watson, son of James A. and Eliza Caudill, born April 16, 1879 in Rowen County, Kentucky. They are the parents of J. Holland, born October 11, 1906; Alton Estis, born July 7, 1908; Ruby Mozelle, born February 2, 1911; Ruth Lorene born December 2, 1913 and James Paul, born July 9, 1918. Mr. Caudill is a farmer near Adair. James Warren, son of Walter Scott and Nancy (Harris) Adair married Deborah Bean and they were the parents of Margaret Elizabeth (Adair)...

Read More

Biography of Hon. J. C. Floyd

The profession of law is a branch of human endeavor which brings into play the most brilliant talents, the most extensive knowledge, the strongest sentiments, moral, spiritual and material, and its power for good or evil is vast and invincible. In the hands of mean men its practices often become as shameful and despised as its adaptions and usefulness are made, by those inspired with noble principles and generous emotions, sublime and admired. As a legal practitioner whose honor is above criticism, whose ability places him in the front rank of the Arkansas bar, and whose name is widely...

Read More

Robbins, Darlene Emma Mrs. – Obituary

Baker City, Oregon Darlene Emma Robbins, 71 died Monday, January 26, 2004 in Baker City, Oregon after a lengthy illness. Memorial services will be held Monday, February 2, 2004 at 11 a.m. in the Coles Funeral Home, 1950 Place Street with Rev. Ron Kratzer officiating. Inurnment will follow at Baker Cemetery at a later date. Mrs. Robbins was born September 13, 1932, in Bentonville Arkansas to Austin and Grace Robbins. In 1936, she moved from Nebraska to Ontario, Oregon at the age of four. She graduated from Ontario High School in 1950. She met her future husband while attending the Methodist Church Camp at Wallowa Lake. She married Llewellyn Leroy Robbins on August 26, 1951 in Nyssa, Oregon. They had many things in common including the same last name, though not related. They moved to Corvallis, Oregon where Llewellyn attended Oregon State University majoring in Vocational Agriculture. Darlene worked as telephone operator in Ontario and Corvallis. In 1954, they moved to Heppner, Oregon where Llewellyn accepted his first teaching position. In 1961, they moved to Baker City, where they purchased a farm on Pocahontas Road and Llewellyn continued to teach at the Baker High School. Darlene worked for and became the manager of Montgomery Wards until 1985 when they purchased the franchise. When Montgomery Wards closed all the franchise businesses, they opened Robbins Arrow and continued in the retail...

Read More


Free Genealogy Archives

It takes a village to grow a family tree!
Genealogy Update - Keeping you up-to-date!
101 Best Websites 2016

Pin It on Pinterest