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Little Ernest Inman, aged 10 months and 20 days, son of Mr. & Mrs. Fred I Inman died on Saturday last (Oct 25, 1884) and was buried in the city cemetery (Masonic) on Sunday. 

Randolph Herald, 6 Nov 1884.


BALD KNOBBERS
A dispatch dated at Ozark, Mo., April 22, says: "The grand jury yesterday indicted all of the Bald Knobbers now under arrest - eleven in number - for the murder of George Edens. It is reported that Judge Hubbard's instructions to the grand jury spread terror throughout the Bald Knob section and about Chadwick, and a general exodus of the unmasked brotherhood will take place soon. Joe Inman made out a list of the members of the Bald Knob order in Christian county, and implicates
preachers, merchants, doctors, justices of the peace and many wealthy and influential citizens. Inman and Graves estimate the number in Christian county at 800, and name many prominent men who accompanied them in criminal raids behind black masks. Graves relates that Howell Walker proposed to prove an alibi for each man present at the Edins-Green murder, fixing an impeachable witness for each guilty man. The chief himself carried his wounded boy into Douglass county that night. Public opinion asserted itself and the regulators are now terror stricken." As George Werner, a teacher in Williamsburg, Wis., was punishing a pupil by beating him on the wrists with a ruler the boy fell back dead. Werner fled, and the farmers are looking for him and threatening to lynch him.

Marion County, Arkansas - Mountain Echo Newspaper, April 29, 1887


John P. Black, attorney at law, Pocahontas, Ark. What is usually termed genius has little to do with the success of men in general. Keen perception, sound judgment and a determined will, supported by persevering and continuous effort, [p.375] are essential elements to success in any calling, and their possession is sure to accomplish the aims hoped for in the days of our youth. The jurisprudence of a commonwealth is the most necessary factor toward its growth and permanence, for without a thorough knowledge and administration of the law, no form of popular government could long exist. Mr. Black was born at Black's Ferry, Randolph County, Ark., on the 1st of October, 1822. He is the son of William Black the grandson of David Black, and the great-grandson of David Black, who was a native of Amsterdam, Holland. The elder David Black came to America when a boy, settling at Charleston, S. C., and there learned the blacksmith trade. He died in that State. David Black, Jr., was a native of South Carolina, and was a farmer by occupation. He emigrated to Kentucky at a very early day, settling near Hopkinsville, where he lived many years, and in 1815 moved to Randolph County, Ark. He settled at Black's Ferry, and lived there many years, but died at Davidsonville, Lawrence County, Ark., at the age of sixty years. The father of the subject of this sketch, William Black, passed his youth on his father's farm in Kentucky, and moved to Randolph County, Ark., with his parents, in 1815. After reaching manhood he married Miss Elizabeth Jones (who became the mother of John P. Black), in 1820, and lived at Black's Ferry until his death in February, 1852, at the age of fifty-four years. The mother died in July, 1851, at the age of forty-nine years. She was a devoted member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. The father was a leading and prominent man in this part of the State; was the first sheriff of Randolph County, served in that office two terms, and in 1840 was elected to the State Senate of Arkansas. He served in that body two terms, and during that time acquired a State reputation as a general worker, and an influential man in that august body. He was noted far and near for his liberality and hospitality, especially to new settlers. He was ever public spirited and always ready and willing to do all he could to promote any and all enterprises for the good of the county and State. He and his wife reared a family of seven children, five sons and two daughters, all of whom are highly respected men and women. The maternal grandfather of John P. Black, John Janes, was a native of Virginia, was a soldier in the Revolutionary War, and was wounded at the battle of Yorktown. His wife, whose maiden name was Margaret Arming, was also a native of Virginia, and in 1800 they came down the Ohio River in canoes, settled on Merrimac River, near St. Louis, and there remained until 1809, on a Spanish grant of land. They then emigrated to Randolph County, Ark., settled on Janes' Creek, and there remained until the death of the father in 1826, at the age of eighty-two years. John P. Black assisted his father on the farm in Randolph County, and received his education in the county schools, that is, a part of his education, for the most of it was obtained by his own application at home. He began managing a farm at the age of eighteen years, and this continued until twenty-two, when he went to work for a New Orleans house at Powhatan, where he remained until 1849, after which he came to Pocahontas. He there engaged in mercantile pursuits, which he carried on until 1873, excepting a period during the war, when he served two years in Fagan's command, Confederate army. He returned to the farm in 1872, remained there a few years and then came again to Pocahontas, where he entered the law office of Thomas Ratliff, as a student. He was admitted to the bar in 1875, and has been actively engaged in the practice ever since. He was first married in 1855, to Miss Isabella Waddel, a native of Arkansas. In 1859 he was again married, taking for his second wife Miss Claude Inman, a native of Indiana. In 1868 he married Miss Lottie Inman, and in 1875 was united in marriage with Miss Flora Kebler, a native of Arkansas, who bore him six children: Charley, Guy, Hattie, Irene, Lulu and Blanche.

SOURCE: Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Northeast Arkansas. Copyrighted and Published 1889 by Goodspeed Publishing Company


INMAN, L. H., was killed while clearing away the freight wreck at the Ouachita River Bridge Monday Afternoon about 2:30 o'clock. He was sub-foreman under J. Woodal. W. J. Allen narrowly escaped losing his life. The men had been cutting rivets all day and at the time Inman was killed, the bridge at the top was practically detached. His remains were shipped on Tuesday to Bald Knob, where he has  a wife and two children. He was said to have been a Mason, and to have stood well in the community in which he lived. (9-15-04 pg 3 col 5)

Clark Co., AR Obituaries and Death Notices, Vol. 2 1901-1913


Inman, C. E.

    C. E. Inman, aged 50, a planter of Roland, died at a local hospital at 11 o'clock yesterday morning. He is survived by his wife, three sons and one daughter. The body will be taken to Roland, overland, this morning by the Cook-Drummond-Overman Company, where funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock this afternoon in charge of the Masons of which he was a member. 

Arkansas Gazette 1/7/22


Inman, Willie Lee

    McRae, Jan 12 - Willie Lee Inman, for a long time operator for the Cotton Belt here, died of tuberculosis at his home Wednesday, afternoon. He was an only son, and is survived by his wife, two children, mother and three sisters.

Arkansas Gazette 1/13/17


Funeral Conducted for Dean Inman,
Retired Educator Dies at Acorn Community.

    Mena, Ark. March 28-(Special)-Funeral service for Dean Maxwell Inman, retired Illinois educator who died at his home in the Acorn community Tuesday morning, was held Wednesday morning, Rev. J. P. Lester, pastor of the Mena Presbyterian Church, officiating, assisted by J. E. Bishop, superintendent of Mena schools. The body was sent from Mena Wednesday night to Neogo, Ill., for burial. Local arrangements were in charge of the Beasley-Wood Funeral Home.
    Mr. Inman is survived by his wife, Mrs. Cordelia Inman and twin sons, Dean Maxwell, Jr. and Willis Burch, both of Acorn; three brothers, Benjamin R. Inman, Indianapolis, Ind.; Odis O. Inman, West Alice, Wis.; Rolla G. Inman, Los Angeles, Calif. and one sister, Mrs. Leona M. Scomp, Effingham, Ill.
    He was born Sept. 1, 1879, at Reeve, Ind.
    He spent 32 years teaching, and upon retiring and coming to Polk County helped his adopted community build its school library and beautify the Acorn Consolidated school grounds. He was president of the Parents-Teacher Association. In 1935, he formed an Acorn boy's chorus. He also directed a 50-voice male chorus in Mena.

Southwest American, Fort Smith, Ark. 3-29-1940


    Mrs. Ruby Inman, 69, Fort Smith and formerly of Paris, died Thursday at a local hospital. She was a native of Subiaco.
    Survivors include four sons, Robert, Ray, Theron and James all of Fort Smith; a daughter, Mrs. Paul White; two sisters, Mrs. Claude Bynum of Fort Smith and
Mrs. Clarence Ashworth of Jenny Lind; nine grandchildren, one great-grandchild.
    Funeral service will be held at 2 p. m. Saturday at the Bethel Baptist Church of Paris. Burial will be at Ellsworth Cemetery under direction of the Cox Funeral
Home of Paris.

Southwest American - Friday, September 6, 1963 Page D-5


Eldredge Goff

    Eldredge L. Goff, Rt. 4, Booneville, died April 18 at Sparks Hospital, Ft. Smith. He was 85. He was born Feb. 26, 1894 in Logan County. His parents were W.I. Goff and Manda Twingham. He was a member of the Assembly of God Church.
    Funeral services were April 21 at 2 p.m. in Pine Log Church, with Rev. Roy McAlister and Rev. Leslie Crow officiating. Burial was at Pine Log Cemetery, with Mr. Goff's grandsons serving as pallbearers. 
    Survivors include his wife, Velda May Goff, Booneville; five sons, Loyd, Kenneth, Ray and Gerald, all of Booneville, and Luther, of Branch; one step-son, Willie Lewis, Fort Smith; two daughters, Mrs. Oba Jones, Booneville, and Mrs. Mildred Jones, Elk City, OK; four step-daughters, Melba Inman, Tulsa, OK, Florance Parker, Monticello, AR, Lou Etta Hamilton, Booneville, and Lucille Edwards, Mansfield; two brothers, Budd and Marvin
Goff, both of California; one sister, Dena Womack, Charleston; 43 grandchildren; 76 great-grandchildren; and seven great-great-grandchildren.

April 26, 1979 Booneville Democrat


HAYES, Mrs. Minnie Jewell Bready

    Blytheville - Mrs. Minnie Jewell Bready HAYES, 72, of Braggadocio, Mo., widow of Turner HAYES, died yesterday at Pemiscot Memorial Hospital in Hayti, Mo. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow at Cobb Funeral Home with burial in Dogwood Cemetery. She leaves five daughters, Mrs. Corrine WELLS of Springdale, Mrs. Wanda GAMBRELL of Nashville, Mrs. Peggy MITCHELL and Mrs. Brenda INMAN of Braggadocio, and Mrs. Danna CHESTER of Clarksville, Ind.; two sons, Richard HARDIN of Dell City, Okla., and Harvey BROWN of Caruthersville, Mo.; four sisters, Mrs. Pauline WILLIAMS of Memphis, Mrs. Vera GLOVER of Manila, Mrs. Vivian SANDERS of Weiner and Mrs. Ruby EBELINK of Houston, Texas; two brothers, Charles Hugh BREADY of Columbus, Ohio, and Russell BREADY of Tullahoma, Tenn., 22 grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

(Memphis [TN] Commercial Appeal; Wednesday, May 2, 1984)


    INMAN, Mary - This item is headed "The First Grave in Prairie Grove". In the summer of 1830 Mrs. Mary Inman, a cultured lady from Tennessee, traveling
through this country with her brother, tarried a few days with acquaintances in this neighborhood, journeyed to Cane Hill, where she sickened and died. On her
death bed she requested to be carried back to the prairie and buried amongst the flowers. The neighbors had met here to raise a house for school and church
purposes. They saw horsemen approaching across the prairie, they supposed them hunters, a nearer approach revealed the spade and pick. Some one dead,
who could it be? Death was a stranger in this land then. The facts understood, the Rev. Andrew Buchanan, who was proprietor of the premises, located the
place for the grave, about 90 yards northwest of the house being erected - is now in the southwest corner of the cemetery. During the afternoon the corpse,
accompanied by a few friends arrived. Rev. Andrew Buchanan performed the religious rites.

Fayetteveille Democrat 1/29/85


Mollie Inmon

    Mollie Inmon, 75, of Little Rock died Sunday at Doctors Hospital in Little Rock. Formerly of Almyra, she was a housewife and a Jehovah's Witness.
    Survivors are her husband, J. B. Inmon; three sons, Joe Inmon and Tommy Inmon of Altheimer, and Johnny Inmon of Conway: two daughters, Carolyn Wishman and Betty Simmons of Little Rock; one sister, Leota Inmon of Almyra; 19 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
    Funeral will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at Turpin Funeral Home in Stuttgart. Burial will be in Almyra Cemetery by Turpin.

From Stuttgart Daly Leader, Jan. 7, 1985.


Blytheville [AR] Courier News; Sunday, November 10, 1985

HAYES, Mrs. Minnie Jewell Bready
    Blytheville - Mrs. Minnie Jewell Bready HAYES, 72, of Braggadocio, Mo., widow of Turner HAYES, died yesterday at Pemiscot Memorial Hospital in Hayti, Mo. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow at Cobb Funeral Home with burial in Dogwood Cemetery. She leaves five daughters, Mrs. Corrine WELLS of Springdale, Mrs. Wanda GAMBRELL of Nashville, Mrs. Peggy MITCHELL and Mrs. Brenda INMAN of Braggadocio, and Mrs. Danna CHESTER of Clarksville, Ind.; two sons, Richard HARDIN of Dell City, Okla., and Harvey BROWN of Caruthersville, Mo.; four sisters, Mrs. Pauline WILLIAMS of Memphis, Mrs. Vera GLOVER of Manila, Mrs. Vivian SANDERS of Weiner and Mrs. Ruby EBELINK of Houston, Texas; two brothers, Charles Hugh BREADY of Columbus, Ohio, and Russell BREADY of Tullahoma, Tenn., 22 grandchildren and two great grandchildren.


Ina Mae Inman
    Ina Mae Inman, 87, of DeWitt died Sunday in DeWitt City Hospital.
    She was a homemaker.
    Services were held at 2 p.m. today at Essex’s Funeral Home Chapel in DeWitt with burial in DeWitt Cemetery.

Stuttgart Daily Leader, November 4, 1986


John B. Inmon

    John B. Inmon, 84, of Little Rock, formerly of Almyra, died Monday at a Little Rock hospital.
    He was born Feb. 22, 1902, in Loretto, Tenn. He had lived in the Almyra area most of his life.
    He was a retired employee of the Rice Branch Experiment Station, a member of the Almyra Baptist Church and an Army and Navy veteran.
    He was preceded in death by his wife Molly, in 1985.
    He is survived by three sons, Joe Inmon and Tommy Inmon, both of Alheimer, and Johnny Inman of Conway; two daughters; Carolyn Inmon of Little Rock and Betty Simmons of North Little Rock; one brother, George W. Inmon, of Almyra; 18 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.
    Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Friday at Turpin Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Almyra Cemetery by Turpin Funeral Home of Stuttgart.

Stuttgart Daily Leader, Wednesday, Nov. 5, 1986 - Page 3


Altheimer Democrat June 5, 1988

Mrs. Anna Corienne Inman
    Mrs. Anna Corienne Inman, 44, of Altheimer, an employee of Jefferson Hospital, wife of Joe Inman, died Friday. Mrs. Inman was a member of the Reydell Baptist church. Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Reydell Baptist Church. Burial will be in Bayou Meto Cemetery by Essex Funeral Home. Other survivors are two sons, Charles Inman and Stephen Inman, both of Altheimer; two daughters; Mrs. Darla Ward of Reydell and Mrs. Michelle Ray of Pine Bluff; three sisters, Mrs. Joyce of Stuttgart, Mrs. Bertha Dennis and Mrs. Judy Phillips, both of Altheimer; a grand-child and a step-grandchild.


Clarence Inman
    Mr. Clarence Gibson Inman, 86 of Stuttgart died Wednesday at Stuttgart Memorial Hospital.
    He was born Oct 12, 1902, in Crocketts Bluff and was a lifelong resident of Arkansas County.
    Gibson, a retired farmer, was retired from the Rice Branch Experiment Station. He was a member of the Almyra Baptist church.
    He was preceded in death by a son, W. C. Inman.
    Survivors include his wife, Mae Modena Inman; two daughters, Maxine Scott of Denver, Colo. And Revia Earline Wilkie of Stuttgart; one brother, Robert Inman of Stuttgart; five grandchildren; eight great-great-grandchildren.
    The funeral will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at Almyra Baptist Church. Burial will be in Almyra Cemetery by Turpin Funeral Home. The family requests that any memorials be sent to Almyra Baptist Church.

Stuttgart Daily Leader October 13, 1988


Stuttgart Daily Leader, June 21, 1989

Tammie Inman
    Tammie Wagner Inman, 26, of Washington D.C., formerly of Stuttgart, died Monday at her home.
    Survivors include her husband, Steve Wagner of Washington, D.C.; her father and stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Inman of Stuttgart; her mother Loretta McDaniel of Las Vegas, Nev.; two brothers, Ray Inman Jr. of Oklahoma and Danny Inman of Pine Bluff; two step-sisters, Renee McFarland of Little Rock and Beverly Wood of Stuttgart; one step-brother, Gary Green of Stuttgart; and her grandparents Mr. and Mr. Elbert Inman of Stuttgart and Mr. and Mrs. John Butcher of DeWitt and the late Ruby Inman.
    Memorial services will be held at Hagner Baptist Church on Thursday at 2 p.m.
    Memorials may be made to the American Diabetes Association.


Mrs. Jolley
    Mrs. Anna Eloise Jolley, 84, of Russellville died Friday, Sept. 15, at Stella Manor Nursing Home.
    She was a member of New Light Assembly of God Church at Springfield, Ore.
    Survivors include a son, Charles Dinwiddie of Eugene, Ore.; four grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren.
    Graveside service will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at East Point Cemetery by the Rev. Jesse Rye. Burial will be by Humphrey Funeral Service.
    The family will receive friends from 7 to 8:30 tonight at Humphrey Funeral Home.

Source unknown.


Stuttgart Daily Leader, Friday, April 20, 1990

Almyra
    George W. Lane Inmon, 82 of Almyra died Thursday, April 19. He was born Aug. 22, 1907 in Loretto, Tenn. He was a retired carpenter, a World War II Army veteran and a Baptist. Survivors are is wife, Leota Cullipher Inmon; one son, Kelly Inmon of Sherwood; one daughter, Faye Black of No. Little Rock; 9 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at the Turpin Funeral Chapel in Stuttgart at 3 p.m. on Sunday. Rev. Ray Huddleston will be officiating the service. Burial will be in Almyra by Turpin Funeral Home of Stuttgart.


Stuttgart Daily Leader Monday April 22, 1991

Mary Edna Owens Inman
    Mary Edna Owens Inman, 76 of Stuttgart, wife of Robert J. Inman, died Sunday April 21 following a lengthy illness. She was a native of DeWitt and had been a resident of Stuttgart since 1948.
    She was a housewife and a member of North Maple Baptist church.
    She is survived by her husband Robert J. Inman; one daughter, Shirley Dillion of DeWitt; two brothers C. W. Owens of Wynne and William Owens of California; one half brother, Arnold Taylor of Wynne and one sister, Gladys Watson of Wynne; and one grandchild.
    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Turpin Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Mike Lindley officiating. Burial will be in Cedarcrest Cemetery in DeWitt. Turpin Funeral Home of Stuttgart is in charge of arrangements.
    Memorials may be made to North Maple Baptist church or Stuttgart Memorial Hospital.


DeWitt Arkansas Era Enterprise Thursday, February 10, 1994

Robert Ross Inman
    Robert Ross Inman, aged 87 of DeWitt, died Monday, February 7 at DeWitt City Hospital. He was born July 27, 1906 of Arkansas County. He was a former manager of Farmers Co-op Rice Elevator, a member of the Masonic Lodge, and a former DeWitt City Alderman. He was a Methodist.
    Survivors include his wife, Blanche Imogene Clebourn Inman; four daughters, Lois Watson of Hobbs, New Mexico, Mary Ann Mattmiller of Gillett, and Jewel King and Joyce Inman, both of DeWitt; three brothers, Gilbert Inman and Clyde Henry Inman, both of Stuttgart, and Elbert Inman of Lodge Corner; four sisters, Ina Mae Skinner of Reydell, Pauline Strickland, and Imogene Burris, both of Stuttgart, and Maxine Wilson of Oak Grove, Louisiana; six grandchildren; six great-grandchildren.
    Funeral services were February 10,(today) at 10:00 a.m. at Essex Funeral Home Chapel. Burial was in DeWitt Cemetery by Essex Funeral Home.
    Memorials may be made to the Heart Association or First United Methodist church of DeWitt.


Stuttgart Daily Leader, Monday May 16, 1994

Gilbert Manning Inman
    Gilbert Manning Inman, age 83, of Stuttgart died Saturday, May 14, 1994, at his home.
    He was born Sept. 14, 1910, at England.
    He worked for Riceland Foods as a drier manager for almost 35 years. He also served as a consultant for the corporation for six years.
    He was a member of the Grand Prairie Evangelical Methodist Church where he had served on the finance committee.
    Survivors include his wife, Mary Jane Thurgood Inman of Stuttgart; two sons, Gilbert "Dee" Inman of Anchorville, MI., and Robert "Bee" Inman of Belleville, ILL.; one daughter Helen Moritz of Stuttgart; two brothers, Clyde Inman and Elbert Inman, both of Stuttgart; four sisters, Ina Mae Skinner of Reydell, Pauline Strickland and Imogene Burris, both of Stuttgart, and Maxine Wilson of Oak Grove, LA.; seven grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.
    Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Grand Prairie Evangelical Methodist Church. Burial will follow in Lone Tree cemetery by Turpin Funeral Home of Stuttgart.
    Visitation will be held from 5-7 p.m. Monday.
    The family requests memorials to the Grand Prairie Evangelical Methodist Church or to the Area Agency of Aging Hospice program at Pine Bluff.


ROBERT INMAN

    Robert "Bob" Inman, 51, of Fort Smith, formerly of Paris, died Sunday, May 22, 1994, in Fort Smith. He was retired from General Electric and was a member of Victory Temple Church.
    Funeral will be 10 a. m. May 25 in Roller Funeral Home Chapel of Paris with burial at Ellsworth Cemetery.
    He is survived by his wife, Atha; a sister, Thelma White of Fort Smith; and three brothers, Theron Lee of Fort Smith, James of Van Buren and Ray of Reno, Nev.
    Pallbearers will be Marvin Gattis, Jr., Jim Beasley and Danny, Rod, Bud and Harold Inman.

The Southwest Times Record - May 24, 1994


Stuttgart Daily Leader Thursday Jan. 12, 1995

Chad Everett Inman
    Chad Everett Inman, five-week-old son of Everett Ray Inman and Lori Johnson Inman, died Tuesday, Jan. 10, 1995, at Arkansas Children’s Hospital. He was born Dec. 6, 1994, in Pine Bluff.
    Other survivors are one brother, Aaron Ray Inman of Stuttgart; three sisters, Jessica Inman; Jessica Johnson; and Jamie Johnson, all of Stuttgart; his grandparents, Everett Ray Inman and Lavelle Inman, and Loretta Butcher, all of Stuttgart; his great-grandparents, Ora Lee and Elbert Inman, both of Stuttgart.
    Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at Bayou Meto Cemetery by Turpin Funeral Home of Stuttgart.


Stuttgart Daily Leader-Monday, April 22, 1996

Robert J. Inman

    Robert J. Inman, age 81, of Stuttgart and a native of Crocketts Bluff, died Saturday, April 20, 1996.
    He was born Aug. 8, 1914, in Crocketts Bluff.
    He was a retired painting contractor, a member of the American Legion, the North Maple Baptist Church in which he was a charter member and a deacon. He was a World War II Army veteran.
    Survivors include his wife, Lucille Walker Inman; one daughter, Shirley Dillion of DeWitt; one step-daughter, Pat Rhein of Reydell; Two step-sons, Jimmy Cunningham of Stuttgart and Don Cunningham of Smerna, Tenn.; one grandson; 12 step-grandchildren; one great-grandson; and 16 step-great-grandchildren.
    Funeral services were held at 10:30 a.m. Monday April 22 at Turpin Funeral Home chapel with Rev. Mike Lindley officiating. Burial followed in Cedarcrest Cemetery in DeWitt.
    The family suggests memorials may be made to North Maple Baptist Church.


Stuttgart Daily Leader, Thursday April 29, 1996

Waymon "Wayne" K. Inman
    Waymon "Wayne" K. Inman, age 62, of Hobbs, New Mexico, died Sunday, April 21, 1996, at St. Mary Plaza.
    He was born Aug. 13, 1933, in Stuttgart. He moved to Hobbs from Lubbock in 1969. He married June Cearley on Jan. 19, 1957, in Denton. He was a U. S. Air Force veteran of the Korean Conflict, and he attended Bethany Baptist Church.
    He was a truck driver for Eddins-Walcher Trucking Co. For 17 years.
    Survivors include his wife, June Cearley Inman; a son, Tony Inman of Hobbs; a daughter, Teri Shaw of Penrose, Colo.; one brother, Fred Inman Jr. of Stuttgart; one sister, Eloise Mitchell of Stuttgart; and four grandchildren.
    A memorial service was held at 3 p.m. Tuesday, April 23, at Resthaven Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Kevin O’Brien and the Rev. Don Webster officiating.
    Cremation was under direction of Resthaven Crematory in Lubbock, Texas.
    The family suggests memorials may be made to a favorite charity.


    Eugene C. Robinette, 75, of North Little Rock, died Friday, Dec. 13. He was a veteran of World War II, serving in the Armored Reconnaissance Unit of Patton's Third Army. He was employed in the construction industry as a commercial carpenter and superintendent for 45 years. In retirement, he enjoyed collecting antiques and was a member of the International Rose O'Neal Club and an affiliate of the Arkansas Kewpie Travelers Club.
    He is survived by his wife, Hazel Inman Robinette; a son and daughter-in-law, Ron and Laura Robinette of North Little Rock; two grandsons, Randall A. Robinette; a great-granddaughter, Alexa Robinette; two sisters, Louise May of Sherwood and Emogene Brown of Greenbrier.
    Graveside services were held Monday, Dec. 16, at Rest Hills Memorial Park; nlrt12/19/1996


Stuttgart Daily Leader, Thursday, Oct. 16, 1997

Charles W. Inman

    CHANDLER, Texas- Charles W. Inman, 40, died Monday, Oct. 13 1997, at his home following a long illness.
    Inman was born May 12, 1957, in Chicago, ILL., to Charles Wayne and Dorothy Watkins Inman. A former resident of Murchison he had lived in Chandler for the past two years and was a member of Central Baptist Church in Athens.
    He was preceded in death by his father, Charles W. Inman.
    Survivors include his mother, Dorothy Cullen, and her husband, Doug, of Murchison; his sisters, Catherine Henson of Chandler and Judith Kolosta of Roane; his grandmother, Parthenia Young of Stuttgart; his niece, Elizabeth Kolosta; his nephews, Alexander Kolosta. John Henson and Aaron Henson, and several aunts, uncles and other family members.
    Memorial services will be held at a later date under the direction of Eubanks Funeral Home of Mabank, Texas.

Note: This Charles Wayne Inman, Jr. is buried close to William Allen Inmon in the Almyra Cem. in Almyra, AR., his father Charles Wayne Inman, Sr. is buried on the other side of the cemetery in Almyra, AR., they spelled their names "Inman", not "Inmon".


Stuttgart Daily Leader, Tuesday Jan. 27, 1998

Elbert Eugene Inman
    Elbert Eugene Inman, 82 of DeWitt, died Monday, Jan. 26, 1998, at the DeWitt City Nursing Home.
    Inman was born Nov. 8, 1915, in Hagler, Ark. He was a retired farmer, a member of the DeLuce United Methodist Church and a former Sunday school superintendent at Hagler Baptist Church.
    He was preceded in death by his first wife, Ruby North Inman.
    Survivors include his present wife, Ora Lee Inman; three sons, Everett Ray Inman and Doyle Eugene Inman of Stuttgart and Ronnie Dean Inman of Almyra; one brother, Clyde Inman of Stuttgart; four sisters, Ina Mae Skinner and Pauline Strickland of Stuttgart, Imogene Burris of DeWitt and Maxine Wilson of Pioneer, LA.; 10 grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren.
    Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at DeLuce United Methodist Church with the Rev. Gene Ratekin officiating. Burial will follow in Bayou Meto Cemetery by Turpin Funeral Home of Stuttgart.
    Visitation will be from 5-7 p.m. tonight at the funeral home.


Inman, Lola D.

    Lola D. Inman, 89, of Walnut Ridge, died Saturday, April 4, 1998, in a Walnut Ridge hospital.
    Born in Jamestown, she was the daughter of the late Robert and Ollie Baker.
    Survivors include a son, Robert Inman of Titus, Ala.; a sister, Lorene Gould of Walnut Ridge; two grandchildren, Robert Inman and Annette Inman; and a great-grandchild, Zachary Inman.
    She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Clarence W. Inman; a sister; and a brother.
    The funeral will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at Batesville Funeral Service Chapel.
    Burial will follow in Oaklawn Cemetery under the direction of Batesville Funeral Service.
    Visitation was to be from 1 to 3 p.m. today at Batesville Funeral Service Chapel.


BILLY E. MATKIN
    FORDYCE--Billy E. Matkin, 63, of Fordyce, died April 30, 1998, at Dallas County Hospital. 
    Born May 20, 1934, at Calhoun County, he was a son of Doyle Matkin and Helen Martindale Matkin.
    He was a Baptist and veteran of the Air Force.
    He was preceded in death by a sister, Elnor Hickerson.
    Survivors include his wife, Ruby Waltz Matkin; a son, Steve Matkin of Fordyce; two daughters, Diana Soler of Pine Valley, California, and Tammy Owens of Fordyce; two sisters, Dorothy Gion of Pine Bluff and Vivian Inman of Altheimer; and five grandchildren. 
    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at Benton Funeral Home with the Rev. Lewis Langley officiating. Burial will be at Ebenezer Cemetery near Fordyce.

Pine Bluff Commercial, Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co., AR - 1 May 1998 to 15 May 1998


PINE BLUFF COMMERCIAL FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1998
Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co., Arkansas

BILLY E. MATKIN
    FORDYCE--Billy E. Matkin, 63, of Fordyce, died April 30, 1998, at Dallas County Hospital.
    Born May 20, 1934, at Calhoun County, he was a son of Doyle Matkin and Helen Martindale Matkin.
    He was a Baptist and veteran of the Air Force.
    He was preceded in death by a sister, Elnor Hickerson.
    Survivors include his wife, Ruby Waltz Matkin; a son, Steve Matkin of Fordyce; two daughters, Diana Soler of Pine Valley, California, and Tammy Owens of Fordyce; two sisters, Dorothy Gion of Pine Bluff and Vivian Inman of Altheimer; and five grandchildren.
    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at Benton Funeral Home with the Rev. Lewis Langley officiating. Burial will be at Ebenezer Cemetery near Fordyce.


PINE BLUFF COMMERCIAL FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1998 Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co., Arkansas

IRENE INMAN
    Irene Hauge Inman, 67, of Gassville, formerly of Stuttgart, died May 27, 1998, at Baxter County Regional Hospital. She was born on July 1, 1930, in Illinois, a daughter of the late William H. Berry and Luella Chism Berry.
    She was a homemaker and a member of St. Johns Lutheran Church.
    She was preceded in death by two husbands, John H. Hauge Sr. and John Miller.
    Survivors include her husband, Earl Inman; five sons, Lloyd Hauge, John Hauge Jr. and Norman Hauge, all of Pine Bluff, Eddie Hauge of Gillett and Donnie Hauge of Jonesboro; three daughters, Mary Ratcliff and Andrea Erwin, both of Stuttgart, and Becky Shuey of Spring, Texas; a stepson,
Chester Inman of Stuttgart; two stepdaughters, Cindy Stain and Trinkia Mack, both of Aberdeen;    12 grandchildren; five step-grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.
    The funeral will be at 10 a.m. today at Turpin Funeral Home at Stuttgart with the Rev. George Rook officiating. Burial will be in Lone Tree Cemetery at Stuttgart.


Inmon, Fred Manuel

d. 10/1/98 N. Little Rock; Aged 80; Survived: Son, David E Inmon; Daughter, Diane Akers; Son, Don Inmon; Brother, Bobby Inmon; Sister, Mildred Bolten; Interment: Pinecrest Memorial Park.

Arkansas Democrat Gazette 10/2/98


Inman, Lemuel

d. 10/15/98 Havana, Ark; Aged 88; Survived: Wife, Ruby Inman; Son, Bobby Inman; Brothers, David Inman, Paul Inman, Glen Inman; Sisters, Ruth Richards, Arizona Nolan; Interment: Rest Haven Cemetery, Russellville, Ark.

Arkansas Democrat Gazette 10/17/98


Stuttgart Daily Leader, Thursday October 22, 1998

Lucille Inman
    Mrs. Lucille Inman, age 75, of Stuttgart died Wednesday, Oct. 21, 1998.
    She was born July 27, 1923, in DeWitt. She was a homemaker and a member of North Maple Baptist Church.
    Survivors are two sons, Jim Cunningham of Stuttgart and Don Cunningham of Smyrna, Tenn.; one daughter, Pat Rhein of Reydell; two sisters, Viola Long of Southaven, Miss., and Eva Lee Nichols of Dallas, TX.; 13 grandchildren; and 24 great-grandchildren.
    Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Turpin Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Carroll Squires. Burial will follow in Forks LaGrue Cemetery by Turpin Funeral Home of Stuttgart. The family will be at Turpin Funeral Home from 5-7 p.m. today for visitation.
    The family suggests memorials may be made to North Maple Baptist Church.


Mrs. Mayrene Morris Rashell

    Mrs. Mayrene Morris Rashell, 80, of Crossett died Saturday, April 3, 1999, at her daughter's residence in Crossett. A native of Montrose and a Crossett resident for the past 40 years, she had formerly lived in Portland. She was a beautician for over 38 years, was in the restaurant business for many years, was a certified welder during World War II and was a Baptist. She was preceded in death by her husbands, Louis Morris in 1961 and Tom Rashell in 1996; a son, Jimmy Charles Morris, in 1997; her parents, Albert and Allie Mae Higginbotham Blocker; a sister, Cora Blocker; and seven brothers, Wesley, Joseph, Paul, Milton, Connie, Cecil and Jessie Blocker. Survivors are a daughter, Annette M. Fryar and husband Buck of Crossett; a sister, Janie Finch of Louisville, KY; four brothers, Harvey Blocker of Central City, KY, Robert Blocker of Louisville, KY, Percy Blocker of Evansville, IN, and Thomas Blocker of Booneville, IN; five grandchildren, Vickie Inman, Lynda Stuart, Cendie Wells, Sirrom and Kirby Morris; and seven great-grandchildren, Trey, Rocky and Sam Stuart, Falen and Justin Inman, Whitney Wells and Jake Fryar. Funeral services were planned for 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 6, in the Temple Baptist Church with Rev. Dennis Davis officiating. Pallbearers were to be Bobby, Ronnie, Tab, Bernard and Billy Blocker, Ronnie Stuart, Tom Wells, Mike Inman and Trey Stuart. Burial was to follow services at the Portland Cemetery, directed by Jones Funeral Home of Hamburg. Memorials may be made to the Temple Baptist Church, P. O. Box 716, Crossett, R 71635.


Inmon, Emma Rose

d. 4/10/99 N. Little Rock, b. Staten Island, NY; Aged 80; Survived: Son, Edward John Inmon; Sisters, Helen Mattiola, Rose Belligiere; Nieces, Pauline Mattiola, Lucille Baron; Granddaughter, Angie Brock, Eve Inmon; Interment: Pine Crest Memorial Park.

Arkansas Democrat Gazette 4/11/99


    George B. Martin, 80, of North Little Rock, a 1950 graduate of the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville who retired from the Union Pacific Railroad with 41 years of service and was a member of the North Little Rock First Nazarene Church, died Monday, July 12.
    He was a World War II veteran who had served with the 8th Bomber Group in North Africa. He is survived by two sisters, Jeanette J. Wilson of Sherwood and Alica B. Zoeller of Kingman, Ariz.; nephews, George Inman and John Inman; and a niece, Pat Crum.
    Funeral services were held at the First Nazarene Church Friday, July 16, with the Rev. Hardy Powers officiating. Interment was in Edgewood Memorial Park.; nlrt7/29/1999


Corum Jacob ‘C. J.’ Acuff
    Services for Corum Jacob “C .J.” Acuff, 88, of Paragould, Ark., were held Friday, March
10, 2000, at Mitchell Funeral Home Chapel in Paragould, with Winfred Bridges and M. E. Prince officiating, with burial in Linwood Cemetery.
    Mr. Acuff died Tuesday, March 7, at Arkansas Methodist Hospital. He was born Oct. 10, 1911, in Lutesville, Mo. 
    He was preceded in death by his wife, Elnora Ecuff; two sisters, Edna Inman and Florence Hughes; an infant brother.
    He is survived by his son, Jay (Diane) Acuff of Paragould; daughter, Diane (Jim) Boyd
of Cullman; grandchildren, Robin Bedsole of West Memphis, Ark., Karan Walton of Concord, Ga., Jennifer Ford of Marion, Ark., Natalie Blevens, Jody Acuff, both of Paragould; five great-grandchildren.

The Cullman Times On Line


SHIRLEY A. INMAN - Lincoln 

    SHIRLEY A. INMAN, 69, of Malvern, Ark., died last Friday at Hot Spring County Medical Center. 
    She was the wife of Alan Inman. Born in Lincoln, a daughter of the late Raymond and Ethel (Teal) Midgley, she had lived in Lincoln most of her life, moving to Arkansas in 1984. 
    Besides her husband, she leaves three daughters, Linda Carduff of Cranston, and Joyce Comstock and Carol Almond, both of Lincoln; two stepdaughters, Alana Hughes of Bismarck,
Ark., and Tammy Hicken of Jacksonville, Fla.; two sons, James Comstock of Pawtucket and John D. Comstock of Lincoln; a sister, Barbara Warden of Colchester, Conn.; and 20 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren. 
    Burial was in Atchley Cemetery, Dalark, Ark.

Source: The Providence (RI) Journal, March 21, 2000


Hemet

Cleo Escott

    Services for Cleo Escott, 88, will be at 10 a.m. Friday at Miller-Jones Mortuary in Hemet. She died of congestive heart failure Saturday at Amdal Residential Care in Hemet.
    Friends may call at the mortuary from 4 until 8 p.m. today. Burial will be in San Jacinto Valley Cemetery.
    Mrs. Escott, who was born in Jamestown, Ark., lived in Hemet 40 years. She was a homemaker.
    She was a member of First Baptist church in Hemet, where she served as a deaconess.
   She is survived by a son, Richard, of Boise, Idaho; two daughters, Phyllis Nash of Riverside and Wilma Vergar of Hemet; three grandchildren; a brother, Ira Inman of Joplin, Mo .; and a sister, Sylvia Odum, of Fort Smith, Ark.

From The Press-Enterprise, August 24, 2000


Opal Siedenburg

    Opal J. Siedenburg, 91, of Batesville, mother of Keith Inman of Russellville, died Monday, Oct. 2 [2000].
    Born Oct. 18, 1908, at Desha, she was the daughter of the late Hugh Dee and Nora Snapp Inman, a former leader in the Extension Homemaker Club and 4-H Club, and a member of the Eastern Star, Jamestown United Methodist Church and the Women's Christian Temperance Union.
    Survivors also include another son and daughter-in-law, Bobby and Mary Ann Kinney of Hiram, Ga.; a brother, Hugh Inman Jr. of Jamestown; a grandson, Bobby Lee Kinney Jr.; and two great-granddaughters.
    Funeral will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Batesville Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Jackie Wilson. Burial will be in Egner Cemetery.
    Nephews will serve as pallbearers.
    Visitation will be from 5 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home.


Jewel Katherine Inman King

    Jewel Katherine Inman King of DeWitt, died Oct. 14 [2000] . She had been a bookkeeper and a member of First Baptist Church.
    Survivors include a daughter, Lanette Esparza of Denver City, TX; three sisters, Lois Watson of Hobbs, NM, Mary Ann Mattmiller of Gillett and Billie Inman of DeWitt; and one grandchild.    
    Funeral services were held Oct. 16 a Essex Funeral Home Chapel with burial at DeWitt Cemetery.


Harold Ray Inman

    SCRANTON — Harold Ray Inman, 54, of Scranton died Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2000, in Clarksville. He was a retired machinist from Cloyes Gear Company.
    Funeral will be 10 a.m. Saturday in Pleasant Hills Missionary Baptist Church with burial at Ellsworth Cemetery in Subiaco under the direction of Roller Funeral Home in Paris.
    He is survived by his wife, Betty; one son, Nelson Ray Inman of Scranton; his mother, Nema Inman of Scranton; one sister, Diane Fox of Scranton; one brother, Bud Inman of Scranton.
    The body may be viewed from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.

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LUCY FORD
    OZARK — Lucy E. Ford, 81, of Ozark died Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2000, in an Ozark hospital. She was retired from Western Growers and a Baptist.
    Funeral will be 11 a.m. today at Shaffer Funeral Home Chapel in Ozark with burial at Berkley Cemetery south of Cecil.
    She is survived by her husband, Norman; one son, Jerry L. Ford of Gresham, Ore.; one sister, Cora Inman of Salinas, Calif.; and two grandchildren, Colleen and Jeffery Ford, both of Gresham.
    Pallbearers will be Jeffrey, Ronald, Stephen, James A., Michael R. and Wendell R. Ford and Terry Masingale.

Ft. Smith Times Record Web Publish: Monday, November 13, 2000


CALVERT JOYCE
Scott County Times
24 January 2001
    Calvert P. Joyce, 76, of Sulphur Springs, Arkansas died Sunday, January 14, 2001 in Sulphur Springs, Arkansas. He was a graduate of the University of
Arkansas as a mechanical engineer in 1950, a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and was a Navy veteran of WWII.
    Memorial services were held at 2 pm on Saturday, January 20, 2001 at McConnell Funeral Home Chapel in Greenwood.
    He is survived by three sons, Keith Joyce and Kyle Joyce both of Fort Smith and Kenneth Joyce of Tulsa, Oklahoma; one sister, Geraldine Inman of 
Medford, Oregon; one brother, Robert Joyce of Mansfield, Arkansas, and 5 grandchildren.


    Thelma Inman White, 84, of Fort Smith died Wednesday, March 7, 2001, in a local hospital. She was a homemaker and member of Victory Temple.
Funeral will be 10 a.m. today in Putman Funeral Home Chapel in Fort Smith with burial at Woodlawn Memorial Park in Fort Smith.
    She is survived by her husband, Paul; two daughters, Ruth Gattis and Barbara Beasley, both of Fort Smith; three brothers, Ray Inman and Theron Inman, both
of Fort Smith and James Inman of Van Buren; three grandchildren, Allen Gattis, Marvetta Sisco and James Inman; four great-grandchildren; and one
great-great-grandchild.
    Pallbearers will be Glynn and Danny Inman, Dale White, Cecil Newman, Bill Robertson and Jim Keller.
    Memorial contributions may be made to First Baptist Church Choir, P.O. Box 609, Fort Smith, AR 72902

Source unknown


Robert J. Brown

    Robert J. Brown, 42, of Phoenix, Ariz., brother of Patricia Inman of Rector, died Saturday, April 7, 2001, in an accident at Phoenix.
    The son of the late Cecil and Aline (Shubert) Brown, he was a carnival employee and was of the Pentecostal faith.
    Other survivors include his wife, Patty (Ford) Brown, of Marianna; two daughters, Jessica Brown and Katelyn Brown, of the home; one brother, Steve Brown of Steele, Mo., and a host of aunts and uncles.
    A memorial service will be held at a later date.


    Necia Jaunita Inman, 81, of Cabot, formerly of Batesville, died Sept. 17, 2001. She was of the Pentecostal faith.
    Survivors include a daughter, Marsha Sutterfield of Cabot; step-sons, James Inman, Tom Inman and Keith Inman, all of Batesville; stepdaughters, Nora Lee McClain, Joy Hodge and Janie Barber, all of Batesville; step brother, Freddie Johnston of Batesville; half sisters, Quetta Nelson of Newark and Laverne Diane Melton of Batesville; a step sister, Wilma Melton of Batesville; four grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and a great-great-granddaughter.
    Funeral was Sept. 19 at Willis-Hays Chapel, with burial in Pleasant Valley Cemetery near Cushman.; csh9/19/2001.


    Necia Jaunita Inman, 81, of Cabot, formerly of Batesville, died Monday, Sept. 17, 2001, at Little Rock.
    Born April 15, 1920, in Stone County, she was the daughter of Russell Hughes and Edith McElroy Hughes Johnston. She was a homemaker and of the Pentecostal faith.
    Survivors include a daughter and son-in-law, Mike and Marsha Inman Sutterfield of Cabot; three stepsons, James Inman, Tom Inman and Keith Inman, all of Batesville; three stepdaughters, Nora Lee McClain, Joy Hodge and Janie Barber, all of Batesville; a stepbrother, Freddie Johnston of Batesville; two half sisters, Quetta Nelson of Newark and Laverne Diane Melton of Batesville; a stepsister, Wilma Melton of Batesville; three grandchildren, Marshall Sutterfield of Cabot, Michael Dale Sutterfield of Alabama and Michelle Layman of Las Vegas; several step grandchildren; three great-grandsons; and a great-granddaughter.
    She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Henry Inman; a sister, Anna Rose Jones; and six brothers, Junior Hughes, Donald Hughes, Eugene Hughes, Doyle Hughes, Junior Johnston and Bill Johnston.
    The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Willis-Hays Funeral Service Chapel in Batesville with James Jones officiating. Burial will be in Pleasant Valley Cemetery near Cushman.
    Pallbearers will be Boyd Hughes, Russell Hughes, Mike Jones, Stacy Gillmore, Ray Provence and Von Perkey.

Batesville Guard obituary:


Larry Collins II
October 27, 2004

    HOT SPRINGS -- Larry Lanard Collins II, 1, of Hot Springs, died Oct. 27 at National Park Medical Center at Hot Springs.
    He was born Nov. 18, 2002, at Pine Bluff, a son of Larry Collins Sr. and Mia Marie Inmon.
    Survivors include a brother, Semaj Turner of Pine Bluff; three sisters, Keosha Collins and Lauriona Collins, both of Pine Bluff, and Enasha Collins of St. Paul, Minn.; grandparents, the Rev. Leo E. Inmon and Dorothy Thomas, both of Pine Bluff; and a great-grandmother Letha Collins of Pine Bluff.
    Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Brown Funeral Home with the Rev. Wayne French officiating. Burial will be in the Cedar Grove section of Graceland Cemetery.
    Visitation will be from noon to 2 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home.
    The family will be at the home of the Rev. Leo Inmon, 3006 Allister St.

Pine Bluff Commercial November 18, 2002


Rosie Lee Doss Inman

    She was born in the Brushy Creek area of Carroll County, a daughter of Raymond Theodore and Alice (Smith) Doss. "She was a nurse and a homemaker. She was a member of the White Oak Freewill Baptist Church. She was a loving mother, grandmother, and friend who will be dearly missed by all who knew her." - from her obit.
    She "entered her eternal reward" at the age of 74 at Berryville, AR.

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Jim Harris
    Jim L. Harris, 93, of Fort Smith died Monday, Dec. 29, 2003, in Conway. He was a member of Goddard United Methodist Church, a honorary member of the Board of Stewards, the Belle Point Lodge No. 20, Scottish Rite, American Legion, and the RSVP. He was an operations manager for 34 years with Social Security.
    Graveside service will be 10 a.m. Friday at Roselawn Cemetery under the direction of Edwards Funeral Home.
    He is survived by four sisters, Maudean Inman of Fort Smith, Lois Boult of Fayetteville, Evannoa Hall of Temple, Texas, and Ruth Bankey of San Antonio.
    The family will visit with friends from 4 to 5 p.m. today at the funeral home.
    Memorial contributions may be made to Goddard United Methodist Church, 1922 Dodson, Fort Smith, AR 72901.

Press Argus-Courier (Jan/3/2004)


Janette Overton September 11, 1961 - January 17, 2004

    ENGLAND -- Janette Gladys Overton, 42, of England (Lonoke County), died Saturday at Baptist Health Medical Center at North Little Rock.
    She was born Sept. 11, 1961, at Chicago, a daughter of Patsy Louise Best of England and the late George Henry Weathers.
    She was preceded in death by one son, Travis Trantham; one sister, Linda Inman; and her stepfather, Travis Best.
    Other survivors include one daughter, Ashley Hocut of England; four brothers, George C. Weathers of Lonoke, Harvey Best of Sherwood, Phillip Best of Virginia Beach, Va., and Tommy Weathers of DeWitt (Arkansas County); one sister, Alicia Gonzales of England; and one grandchild.
    Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Wilson Funeral Home of England with Tommy Walls officiating. Burial will be in Mulberry Cemetery.
    Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.

Pine Bluff Commercial (Jan/21/2004)


Boyd McCollum
    SALLISAW — Boyd Thomas McCollum, 72, of Sallisaw died Friday, Feb. 20, 2004, in Sallisaw. He was born March 6, 1931, in Jacksonville. He was a retired executive housekeeper at Redding, Calif., Hospital and was a school custodian, bus driver, and fireman. He was an Army veteran of the Korean War and a member of the Church of Christ.
    Funeral will be 3 p.m. Monday at Agent Funeral Home Chapel in Sallisaw with burial at Sallisaw City Cemetery.
    He is survived by his wife, Birdie; a son, Thomas McCollum of Searcy; three daughters, Betty Pierce of Sallisaw and Nora Inman and Marcia Rysanek, both of Searcy; three sisters, Mary Frances Price, Brenda Johnson and Paula Avery, all of Judsonia; four brothers, Patrick McCollum of Judsonia, Charles McCollum of North Carolina, Steve McCollum of Redding and Clarence McCollum of Bakersfield, Calif.; 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
    Pallbearers will be Jonathon Rysanek, Seth McCollum, Joel Inman, Tim O’Grady, Richard Inman and Anthony LaGrant.
    The body may be viewed from 1 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home.

Press Argus-Courier (Feb/26/2004)


Larry Wisdom
    HEAVENER — Larry Wayne Wisdom, 58, of Heavener died Friday, Feb. 20, 2004, in Poteau. He was a graduate of Heavener High School Class of 1963 and attended Eastern Oklahoma State College on a football scholarship, receiving an associate’s degree in science. He was air traffic controller in the Air Force, a retired conductor for the Kansas City Southern Railroad and a member of Heavener First Baptist Church and the Disabled American Veterans.
    Funeral will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at First Baptist Church with burial at Memorial Park in Heavener under the direction of Dowden Funeral Home of Heavener.
    He is survived by his wife, Martie; two daughters, Brenda Perdue of Heavener and Melissa Aplin of Durant, Okla.; a son, Steven of Alexandria, Va.; a sister, Cynthia Inman of Tyler, Texas; a brother, Jim Wisdom of Miami, Okla.; and three grandchildren.

Press Argus-Courier (Feb/26/2004)


HUNTSVILLE

    Zola Loretta Thompson, 75, of Huntsville died Wednesday at her home. She was born May 31, 1928, in Purdy to William Burton and Eda Mae Spradling Snow.
    She was a homemaker.
    She was preceded in death by her husband, Alfred William Thompson.
    Survivors include two sons, Dwain Thompson and Kenney Thompson, both of Huntsville; one brother, Arlis Inman of Rogers; three grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter.
    Funeral service will be 10 a.m. Friday at Brashears Funeral Home Chapel with the Revs. Charles Duncan and Jim Spurlock officiating. Burial will be at Alabam Cemetery under the direction of Brashears Funeral Home of Huntsville. Memorials may be made to: Survivor Team, Relay for Life, P. O. Box 1184, Huntsville, Ark. 72740-1184; or Circle of Life Hospice, 610 E. Emma Ave., Springdale, Ark. 72764. 

The Northwest Arkansas Times, (Mar/5/2004)


    Peggy Deloris Walter Deal, 65, of Van Buren died Monday, April 5, 2004, in a local hospital. She was born in Shreveport, La., on Nov. 18, 1938, and was retired from Unitog. She was a member of Zion Missionary Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her father, Fred Walter.
    Funeral will be 2 p.m. Thursday, April 8, 2004, at Ocker Memorial Chapel with burial at Gracelawn Cemetery in Van Buren under the direction of Ocker Funeral Home of Van Buren.
    She is survived by her husband of nearly 46 years, Richard Deal of the home; two daughters, Inez Mann and husband, Earl of Van Buren and Joanna Inman and husband, Rod of Van Buren; a son, William Deal and wife, Mary of Beebe; her mother, Grace Walter of Wister; five sisters, Betty Van Pelt and husband, Heinz and Jeannie Nichols, both of Wister, Sharon Earls and husband, Olen of Heavener, Diann Pebsworth and husband, Ray of Goodwill, Okla., and Becky Higgins and husband, Billy of Macks Creek, Mo.; one brother-in-law, Jim Deal and wife, Patsy; five sisters-in-law, Bessie Jerden, Lavon Goree, Kay Klomfas and husband, Bruce and Peggy Sweet, all of Van Buren, and Betty Daves and husband, Jerald of Conway; eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
    Pallbearers will be Johnny Burkhart, John Ray Jerden, Jerry Mann, Steve Gann, Allen Gibson, Keith Septor and Bobby Jerden.
    Honorary pallbearers will be Harry Scheele, Randall Hudson and all of her brothers-in-law.
    The family will visit with friends from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home, 700 Jefferson in Van Buren.

Press Argus-Courier (Apr/9/2004)


Beulah Pendleton
    Beulah Mae Pendleton, 86, of Van Buren died Monday, April 26, 2004, at a local nursing home. She was a member of City Heights Methodist Church, lifelong resident of Crawford County and a retired mail carrier. She was preceded in death by her parents, Oscar and Edna Millsap; her husband, Leon Pendleton; and a granddaughter, Jimmilee Pendleton.
    Survivors include one son, Jim Pendleton, and his wife, Charlotte, of Fort Smith; one sister, Omigene Inman of Fort Smith; two brothers, Leon Millsap of Hot Springs and Bill Millsap of Danville; two granddaughters, Carree Brewer of Van Buern and Maelena Glass of Orange, Va.; two grandsons, James Pendleton Jr. of Van Buren and Jeff Rogers of Fort Smith; and eight great-grandchildren, Taylor and Conner Joyce, Sam and Danielle Glass, Jayme and Hayden Pendleton and Paige and Gaige Rogers.
    Funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday at Ocker Memorial Chapel in Van Buren with burial at Gracelawn Cemetery under the direction of Ocker Funeral Home.
    The family will visit with friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Ocker Funeral Home, 700 Jefferson St., Van Buren.
    Memorial contributions may be made to the Van Buren Boys and Girls Club, 1400 City Park Road, Van Buren, AR 72956.


Lee Roy Greenhill

    Lee Roy Greenhill, 92, of Tichnor, died May 8. He was born July 20, 1911, to John and Mary Alexander Greenhill and was a lifelong resident of Tichnor. He was a member of Tichnor Baptist Church, a deacon, a retired farmer and an avid gardener.
    He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Mildred Rowland Sweetin Greenhill; two brothers, Walton and Marce Greenhill and three sisters, Rachel Ham, Jimmie Inman and Irene Moore.
    Survivors include a son, Wendell (Diane) Greenhill of Tichnor; a daughter, Sharon (Guy) Wheatley of Texarkana, TX; two step-sons, Raymond (Veda) Sweetin of Stutt-gart and Donald (Edith) Sweetin of Tichnor; one brother, Harold (Mary Lou) Greenhill of DeWitt; a granddaughter, Ja Chambless, who gave him special love and care every day; two special care givers, Ida Beth DeVore and Martha Musgrove; 12 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.
    Funeral services were held May 11 at Essex Funeral Home Chapel with burial in Bonner's Chapel Cemetery with Essex Funeral Home of DeWitt in charge.

DeWitt Era-Enterprise (May/14/2004)


EARL FLOYD INMAN

    Earl Floyd Inman, 73 of Almyra died Friday, May 7, 2004 at Baptist Medical Center. Mr. Inman was born on April 14, 1931 in Almyra to William and Parthenia Inman and had been a life-long resident of this area. He was a retired auto body shop and wrecker service owner and was a member of First Baptist Church of Almyra. Mr. Inman was an Army Korean War Veteran.

Stuttgart Daily Leader, The (May/12/2004)


    Emily Rose “Kitty” Sexton, 54, of Fort Smith passed away Saturday, May 22, 2004, in Coffeyville, Kan. She was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Jacqueline Conley, sister, Ruth Ann Barton, and grandson, Jonathon McLinn.
    Memorial service will be 2 p.m. Friday, May 28, 2004, at Edwards Funeral Home Chapel.
    She is survived by her husband, Calvin Sexton of Muldrow; two daughters, Christy McLinn of Rudy and Jennifer Keith of Coffeyville, Kan.; three sons, Charles Filakouridis and Manuel Martinez, both of Fort Smith, and Tony Inman of Muldrow; four sisters, Bessie Pullen, Marie Hawkins and Dorothy Tedder, all of Doe Run, Mo., and Rose Mary Cauley of Bonne Terre, Mo.; sister-in-law, Juanita Pullen of Hackett; two brothers, Chester Pullen of Hackett and Raymond Barton of Fredrick Town, Mo.; and nine grandchildren.
    Arrangements are under the direction of Edwards Funeral Home.

Press Argus-Courier (May/29/2004)


Huffman

    PARAGOULD -- Elvis Merrion Huffman, 70, of Paragould died Sunday, May 30, at his residence.
    Born at Paragould, he retired after 30 years from General Motors in Cleveland. He also was a retired Greene County Tech school bus driver and an Army veteran.
    He was a member of the American Bowling Congress in Ohio and Paragould for many years.
    Survivors include his wife, Wanda June Huffman of Paragould; two sons, Jim Huffman of Paragould and Bill Huffman of Akron, Ohio; three daughters, Annette Kempel of Ravenna, Ohio, Sandra Davis of Owosso, Mich., and Sharon McClung of Charmco, W. Va.; three brothers, Arthur Huffman, Donnie Huffman and Larry Huffman, all of Paragould; one sister, Ina Mae Inman of Plainwell, Mich.; 15 grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren.
    He was preceded in death by his parents, William Merrion and Sadie Cameron Huffman.
    Funeral services are scheduled for 3 p.m. Thursday at Mitchell Funeral Home chapel in Paragould, with John Miller officiating. Burial will follow in Linwood Cemetery.
    Visitation is scheduled for 2-3 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. 

Jonesboro Sun, The (Jun/3/2004)


Dr. Fred C. Inman, Jr.

    Dr. Fred Clarence Inman, Jr., age 81, died July 15, 2003. Dr. Inman graduated from Arkadelphia High School; attended Henderson State Teachers College and was a graduate of the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville and University of Arkansas School of Medicine.
    He served in the Army 153th infantry, Co H. during WWII and retired at the rank of colonel after 46 years of service with the Army National Guard. He was a member of Carlisle First United Methodist Church; American Medical Association, life member of Arkansas Medical Society and member of Arkansas Academy of Family Physicians. Dr. Inman was in family practice for 10 years in McCrory and 35 years in Carlisle. 
    Survivors include his wife, Sarabelle Atkinson Inman; sons, Dr. Fred C. Inman, III and wife, Paula, of Cabot; Mark H. Inman and wife, Patti, of Bentonville; daughters, Sara M. (Missy) Hunt of Carlisle and Frances Carol Dowell and husband, Cleve, of Manning, S.C.; five grandsons, six granddaughters, two great grandchildren, seven nephews and three nieces. Preceding him in death were his parents, Fred C. and Mayme Hall Inman, and his brother, Dr. Robert L. Inman.
Visitation was from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Thursday, at Boyd Funeral Home in Lonoke. Funeral services were 10 a.m., Friday at Carlisle First United Methodist Church with interment in Carlisle Cemetery, arrangements by Boyd Funeral Home of Lonoke. 
    Memorials may be made to Arkansas Cancer Research Center or to Carlisle First United Methodist Church. 

Cabot Star-Herald (Nov/3/2004)


LOYD LOTT

    Mr. Loyd Lott, 74, of Blytheville, died Sunday, July 25, 2004, at his home. Born April 6, 1930, in Gosnell, the son of Jess Robert and Luna Glass Lott, he was a lifetime area resident and of the Church of God faith. Mr. Lott served his country in the U.S. Army Air Corps during the Korean War and was self-employed.
    His parents and two brothers, J. R. and Bud Lott, and one sister, Dorothy Jean Harris, preceded him in death.
    Mr. Lott leaves his wife of 51 years, Verlene Sarrells Lott, of the home;
    One son and daughter-in-law, Terry D. and Jeanette Lott of Holland, Mo.;
    One daughter and son-in-law, Patsy L. and Jackie Stabbs of Blytheville;
    Five grandchildren, Christina Jean Cochran and her husband Gary of Evansville, Ind., Amy Jean Inman and her husband Randy, and Terry Ann Lott, all of Holland, Brandon Stabbs and his wife Valerie of Blytheville and Jason Stabbs of Little Rock;
    Two great-grandchildren, Nathan Cochran of Evansville, Ind., and Zachary David Inman of Holland; and
    Several nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews.
    Funeral services will be conducted at 1 p.m. Tuesday in the Cobb Funeral Home Chapel in Blytheville with the Rev. Danny Lacer and the Rev. Bill Hattenhauer officiating. Burial will follow in Memorial Park Cemetery.
    The family will receive visitors from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.


Bertha Marie Cook Dennis

    Bertha Marie Cook Dennis, 59, of Carlisle, died Aug. 12. She was a cashier at a convenience store and attended a nondenominational church. She was preceded in death by her parents, James and Ethel Cook, and one sister, Corienne Inman.
    Survivors include one son, James Cook and his wife, Kari, of Car-lisle; one granddaughter, Emma Cook of Carlisle; two sisters, Judy Johnson of Carlisle and Joyce Moss of DeWitt; a special friend, Jimmy Spears of Lonoke; and a special cousin, Brenda Gentry of DeValls Bluff.
    Graveside services were held Aug. 16 at Gillett Cemetery by Essex Funeral Home of DeWitt.

DeWitt Era-Enterprise (Aug/20/2004)


Virgie Chism
    DANVILLE - Virgie 'Nell' Chism, 72, of Danville died Tuesday, Aug. 24, at Arkansas Heart Hospital at Little Rock.
    Born Nov. 7, 1931, at Plainview, she was the daughter of the late Marion and Maude Luker Cole.
    Survivors include her husband of 56 years, Tommie Lee Chism; six sons, Tommie Allen Chism of Chattanooga, Tenn., Jerry Lee Chism of Radcliff, Ky., Billy Ray Chism of Siloam Springs, Bobby John Chism of West Fork, Kerry Dale Chism of Mountain Home and Jessie Karl Chism of New Market, Md.; a daughter, Linda Gail Bodin of Hackett; two sisters, Wilma (Troy) Inman of Charleston and Martha Mae Crites of Plainview; 22 grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Cornwell Chapel with Bobby Chism officiating. Burial will be in Macedonia Cemetery by Cornwell Funeral Service.
Pallbearers include Reese Chism, Amos Chism, Jarred Bodin, Jeff Crites, Leo Holstein and Greg Pendleton.
    The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 tonight at the funeral home. 

The Courier, (Aug/27/2004)


Ora Lee Inman

    Ora Lee Inman, 89, of DeWitt, died Aug. 18. She was born in the Brewer community to Albert Gibson and Blanche Simpson Watkins March 30, 1915. She was a lifelong member of First United Methodist Church. She was married Jan. 3, 1933, to Lloyd Inman, Sr., and later married Elbert Inman. She was preceded in death by her parents; both her husbands; a grandson, Jason Gray; and three brothers, Harrison, Ralph and Bobby Watkins.
    Survivors include four children, Lloyd (Patsy) Inman, Jr., Carolyn (Aubry) Birmingham of DeWitt, Loretta (Billy) Blackwell of Stuttgart and Joyce (Glenn) Jerome of Aurora, CO; six grandsons; three granddaughters; six great-grandsons; two great-granddaughters and one great-great-granddaughter. Also surviving are three sisters, Cleda Hilderbrand of Stuttgart, Evelyn Aldridge of Winchester and Dorothy Watkins of Stuttgart, and one brother, Harold Watkins of Sheridan.
    Funeral services were held Aug. 21 at DeLuce Prairie Union Methodist Church with burial in Bayou Meto Cemetery by Essex Funeral Home of DeWitt.
    Memorials may be made to De-Luce Prairie Union Methodist Church; c/o Deloris Fox; 305 Charles Alter Rd.; DeWitt, AR 72042.

DeWitt Era-Enterprise (Aug/27/2004)


    Betty Jean Walls Harris was born Jan. 23, 1924, in the White Oak community north of Ozark to James Virgil and Eulah Eupha Shaver Walls, and passed away Oct. 9, 2004, in Fort Smith. She attended Webb City School and graduated in the Ozark School District. She worked for the first telephone company in Ozark as an operator. She also worked as a supervisor at the Seamproof Co-op in Ratcliff, a bookkeeper for Bercher Tire in Fort Smith and supervisor of second shift operations at Southern Steel & Wire until her retirement. She was a devoted member of the Disabled American Veterans and a member and past president of the American Business Women’s Association, and was elected by her peers as the Woman of the Year.
    She was preceded in death by two brothers, Paul and Frank Walls, and three sisters, Lillian Inman, Gelene Boren and Mary Frances Edwards.
Funeral service will be held Tuesday at 1 p.m. at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Fort Smith with burial at Morgan Hill Cemetery in Ozark under the direction of Edwards Funeral Home of Fort Smith.
    She is survived by her two sons, Jimmy L. Harris of Van Buren and Stephen W. Harris and his wife, Gwen, of North Little Rock; a brother, Jack Walls and his wife, Joyce, of Atkins; three grandsons, Allen, Stephen and Greg; two great-grandsons, Drew and Will; and a great-granddaughter, Kylie Harris.
    The family will visit with friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. 

Press Argus-Courier (Oct/13/2004)


Fred Inman
    DANVILLE - Fred Inman, 82, of Plainview died Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2004, at Chambers Memorial Hospital.
    He was born Nov. 13, 1921, at Havana, son of the late Charley and Lillie Fink Inman, veteran of World War II and Korean conflict, and member of Veterans of Foreign Wars. He was preceded in death by his wife, Florene Inman; son, Fred Inman; brother, Cecil Inman; and sister, Helen Dimitt.
    Survivors include his wife, Mary Inman; three daughters, Linda Mitchell and Jo Ann Ward of Havana, and Sherry Bowling of Oden; a son, Scott Moffatt of Oden; two brothers, Bernie Fink of Virginia Beach, Va., and Troy Inman of Charleston; four grandchildren, Stacey Spikes and Brian Mitchell of Danville, Teresa Dale of Russellville and Sherri Walker of Havana; and nine great-grandchildren.
    Graveside service will be at 2 p.m. today at Havana Cemetery by Troy Inman. Arrangements are by Cornwell Funeral Home. 

Paragould Daily Press (Oct/17/2004)


Marshall Vernon Inman
ALASKA - Marshall Vernon Inman, 51, died at his Alaska residence on Nov. 2.

Sherwood Voice (Nov/6/2004)


Larry Collins II
November 18, 2002 - October 27, 2004

    HOT SPRINGS -- Larry Lanard Collins II, 1, of Hot Springs, died Oct. 27 at National Park Medical Center at Hot Springs.
    He was born Nov. 18, 2002, at Pine Bluff, a son of Larry Collins Sr. and Mia Marie Inmon.
    Survivors include a brother, Semaj Turner of Pine Bluff; three sisters, Keosha Collins and Lauriona Collins, both of Pine Bluff, and Enasha Collins of St. Paul, Minn.; grandparents, the Rev. Leo E. Inmon and Dorothy Thomas, both of Pine Bluff; and a great-grandmother Letha Collins of Pine Bluff.
    Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Brown Funeral Home with the Rev. Wayne French officiating. Burial will be in the Cedar Grove section of Graceland Cemetery.
    Visitation will be from noon to 2 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home.
    The family will be at the home of the Rev. Leo Inmon, 3006 Allister St.

Pine Bluff Commercial (Nov/10/2004)


    Linda Sue Majors McKinney, 43, of Scott City, MO, died Nov. 20 at Barnes-Jewish Hospital South in St. Louis.
    She was born July 9, 1961, in Brinkley, the daughter of Glenda Chandler and Junior Majors. She was a homemaker and a Baptist. Her father preceded her in death.
    Survivors are one son, John Coburn and his wife, Shana, of Roe; one daughter, Stephanie Inman and her husband, Chris Bitner, of Ethel; her husband, Jimmie McKinney; her mother, Glenda Chandler; two stepchildren, Jimmie McKinney Jr., of Stuttgart and Robert McKinney of Orlando, Fla.; three brothers, Charles Fry and his wife, Francis, of DeWitt; Mark Fry and his wife, Renee, of Antioch and Anthony Fry and his wife, Rebecca, of Beebe; one sister, Paula Taylor and her husband, Johnny, of North Little Rock; six grandchildren, Jaclyn, Stormy, Dustin, Hunter, Mikka and Zeith; 10 nieces and nephews; two great-nieces and nephews; and several other relatives.
    Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Friday at Turpin Funeral Home chapel with burial following in Lone Tree Cemetery by Turpin Funeral Home of Stuttgart.
    Visitation will be from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.
    The family requests any donations be sent to Turpin Funeral Home, 1107 W. 22nd St., Stuttgart, AR 72160.

DeWitt Era-Enterprise (Nov/26/2004)


Wilbur Inman

Wilbur P. Inman, of Flagstaff, (AZ) died Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2004. He was 84. He was born April 7, 1920, in Call, Texas, to John W. 

Sherwood Voice (Dec/12/2004)


Edith S. Pearsall

    ROCKY POINT - Ms. Edith S. Pearsall, age 83, of 510 Lucas Ave., died Friday, Dec. 10, 2004, in New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington.
    Ms. Pearsall was born May 11, 1921, in Mullins, S.C., the daughter of the late Ariail Grady and Annie Jackson Smith. She lived in Fayetteville for about 25 years. Ms. Pearsall was a member of Rocky Point United Methodist Church. She was known to family and friends as "Granny."
    Ms. Pearsall is survived by her children, Marian Jensen and her husband, Mark, of Allen, Texas, Judy McCurry and her husband, Jim, of Lyons, Colo., Robert Pearsall and his companion, Natalie, of Rocky Point, Lynette Inman and her fiance, Jack, of Wilmington, Edward Pearsall and his wife, Diane, of Plymouth, Minn., and Mary Gene Kapicak and her husband, Lou, of Charleston, W. Va.; 12 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; a sister, Ms. Edna Coates of Fayetteville; a brother, Larry Smith and his wife, Carole, of Union City, Ga.; and sisters, Linda Schroeder and her husband, Jim, of Plymouth and Donna Collins and her husband, Floyd, of Sharpsburg, Ga. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles E. Pearsall in 1981.
    The funeral service was conducted Monday, Dec 13, 2004, at 11 a.m. in Rocky Point United Methodist Church by the Rev. Dr. John Ormond. Burial followed in Pike Creek Cemetery.
    In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Rocky Point United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 6, Rocky Point, NC 28457.
    Harrell's Funeral Home of Burgaw is in charge of the arrangements.

Sherwood Voice (Dec/16/2004) 


Marcus J. Inman, Sr - April 11, 1971 - Dec. 15, 2004
Age 33, of Stockton. Park View Funeral Home. 209-982-1611.

Sherwood Voice (Dec/19/2004)


    Verna Pauline Inman, 84, of Salinas, Calif., died Saturday, Dec. 25, 2004, at The Ridge, after an illness. Born in Ozark, she had been married for 65 years to her childhood sweetheart, Elijah "Chuck" Inman, and had resided in Salinas for 63 years. She was an avid bingo player. Funeral services were at 11 a.m. Dec. 29 at Healey Mortuary Chapel in Salinas, with burial at Garden of Memories Memorial Park, Salinas.


Austin B. Langley

    Austin B. Langley, 89, of Judsonia, died Wednesday, December 22. He was a veteran of WWII and a member of the First Baptist Church of Judsonia.
    Mr. Langley is survived by his son-in-law, Richard Inman of Judsonia; three granddaughters Beverly Carter and her husband Bill of Beebe, Gina Kennedy and her husband John of Oklahoma City and Teena Wiles and her husband Brian of Oklahoma City; one grandson, Bob Inman and his wife Nora of McRae; a daughter-in-law, Linda Donnell of Judsonia; and a sister, Ruth Swindle of Logansport, Ind.; several nieces and nephews and ten great grandchildren.
    He is preceded in death by his parents, Joe and Dinkey Langley and his wife, Ida Mae Langley.
    Funeral services will be Monday at 11 am at Powell Funeral Home of Bald Knob. Visitation will be Sunday from 3-5 at the funeral home. Interment will be in Evergreen Cemetery of Judsonia.
    Arrangements by Powell Funeral Home of Bald Knob - Judsonia.

Saturday, December 25, 2004 11:39 PM CST


Springdale - Bill R. Couey

    Bill R. Couey, 52, of Springdale, Ark., died Thursday, Dec. 23, 2004, in Little Rock, Ark. He was born June 27, 1952, in Waukesha, Wis., to Harold Couey and Helen L. Couey.
    He held an associate’s degree in nursing and was a registered nurse for 30 years.
    Survivors include his father and stepmother, Harold Couey and Pearl Couey of Berryville, Ark.; his mother, Helen L. Hardee of Berryville; two daughters and a son-in-law, Jody Hodges and Gary Hodges of Hot Springs, Ark., and Anna Couey of Green Forest, Ark.; two sons, Craig Couey and Michael Couey, both of Green Forest; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Allen Couey and Judy Couey of Woodland, Utah, and Clint Couey and Kellie Couey of Oakley, Utah; five sisters and three brothersin-law, Sandra Boyd and Louis Boyd of Green Forest, Donna Stensby and Harold Stensby, and Colleen Inman, all of Berryville, Brenda Sharp and Loren Sharp of Springdale, and Melissa Guess of Pea Ridge, Ark.; two grandsons, Eion Hodges and Jordan Hodges; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 28, at the Charles M. Nelson Memorial Chapel in Berryville with Pastor Donny Garner and Pastor Larry Montgomery. Burial will be at the Farmer Cemetery, near Berryville. Pallbearers will be Scott Sharp, Derek Boyd, Jeremy White, Anthony Couey, Billy Langley and Jason Tate. Arrangements are by Nelson Funeral Service of Berryville. 

Benton County Daily Record (Dec/29/2004)


Edward Lee Inman

    Edward Lee Inman died Saturday April 30, 2005 at his home with his family at age 76. A resident of Greers Ferry Arkansas, he was born in Egypt, Arkansas on August 19, 1928 to Herbert and Tressie Alexander Inman. He was preceded in death by an infant daughter Sharon Kay Inman and a grandson Jeremy Keith Inman. He is survived by his wife of 56 years Shirley Recker Inman, one son and daughter in law Larry and Peggy Inman of Greers Ferry, daughter and son in law Kim and Donald Treat of Bee Branch, daughter and son in law Cathy and Terry Henry of Walnut Ridge. Grandchildren Jeff and Jen Inman, James and Jennifer Henderson of Greers Ferry, David and Amber Dillard of Greenbrier, Shea and Lucas Treat of Bee Branch, Jason, Jennifer, Michael and Adam Henry of Walnut Ridge. Three Great Grandchildren Tyler, Destiny and Hunter. He is also survived by many family and friends. Mr. Inman was a lifetime member of the Church of Christ, a retired carpenter and minister of the Church of Christ.
    Funeral Services will be Tuesday May 3 at 1 :00 PM in the Higden Church of Christ with Interment in Cleburne County Memorial Gardens by Olmstead Funeral Home of Heber Springs.

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Virgil Lonnie Inman

    Virgil Lonnie Inman of Huntsville died at Northwest Medical Center in Springdale. (May 7, 2006 )
    He was born the son of Lonzo Berry and Ethel Ledbetter Inman. He was a farmer and attended Lower Wharton Community Church.
    Survivors include his wife of 52 years, Verma Lee Johnson Inman of the home; a son, Gary Lee Inman of Huntsville; a daughter, Diana Lyman of Springdale; a brother, Glen B. Inman of Peculiar, Missouri; and two grandchildren.
    Pallbearers will be Jerry Ledbetter, Gerald Frisby, Bobby Parker, Eric Borges, Charles Inman and Mark Carpenter.

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    Arlis Wayne Inman, 72 of Rogers, passed away December 05, 2006 at St. Mary's Hospital in Rogers, AR. He was born November 28, 1934 in Purdy, Arkansas to Bert and Bernice Snow Inman. He attended Huntsville Schools and was a long time employee of Daisy Mfg.
    He is survived by his wife Sylvia of the home; a daughter and son-in-law Terri and Jordan Sullivan of Avoca, AR; a son and daughter-in-law Steve and Mary Inman of Siloam Springs; five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.
    Visitation will be 5- 7 pm on Thursday, December 7, 2006 at Benton County Funeral Home in Rogers. Graveside service will be at 3:00 pm Friday, December 08, 2006 at St. Vincent de Paul Cemetery in Avoca, AR. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Arkansas Children's Hospital.

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Sylvester Inman - August 15, 1940 - February 7, 2007

    WARD — Sylvester Joe Inman, 66, of Ward died Wednesday at Rebsamen Hospital at Jacksonville.
    Born Aug. 15, 1940, at Almyra, he was a son of the late John and Mollie Cullipher Inman.
    Survivors include his wife, Mary Ann Inman; two sons, Charles Inman of Pine Bluff and Stephen Inman of Ward; two daughters, Michelle White of Redfield and Darla Ward of Conway; a stepson, Frank Snipes of Bryant; two brothers, Tommy Inman of Altheimer and Johnny Inman of Russellville; two sisters, Betty Simmons of Conway, and Roberta Wishman of Maumelle; and 16 grandchildren.
    He was also preceded in death by his first wife, Corienne Inman.
    Funeral services will be at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Reydell Baptist Church. Burial will be in Bayou Meto Cemetery by Essex Funeral Home of DeWitt.
    Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. today at the funeral home.

Pine Bluff Commercial (Feb/9/2007)


    Jack Nelson Inman 66, of Rector, Arkansas died on Thursday, February 14, 2007, at the Piggott Community Hospital in Piggott. He was born on August 8, 1940 in Carbon Hill, Alabama to Willie and Kitty Inman.
Mr. Inman was a steel worker and a veteran. He was of the Baptist Faith.
    Survivors: include his wife: Anita of the home. Two. step children: Bill Underwood Of Rector, and Bobby Underwood of Paragould. Three step dau's: Judy Kleffel of Rector, Mary Heffran of Shelby, N. Carolina, Pam Koch of Blue River, Wisc. Two adopted daughters: Jody Inman of Rockford, Il. Jill Mooney of of Miss. A Brother: George Inman of Carbon Hill, Ala. A sister: Edna Boshell of Carbon Hill, Ala. Fourteen grandchildren and Nine gr grandchildren.
    Funeral services will be 1:30 pm Friday, February 16, 2007 at the Mitchell Funeral Home Chapel in Rector with Bro's Clark Eastabrook and Amos Thompson officiating. Burial will follow in the Woodland Heights Cemetery of Rector.
    Visitation will be on Friday, February 16, at 11:00 am till time for services at the Mitchell Funeral Home of Rector.

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Laura Lee Inman, 92, of Arkansas City died Saturday at Chicot Memorial Hospital at Lake Village. She was born April 23rd, 1914, at Arkansas City, a daughter of the late Carl and Laura Ella Turner. She was a member of Arkansas City Baptist Church for 81 years. Survivors include one daughter, Evelyn Inman Kreth of Little Rock; one son, Ralph "Sonny" Inman Jr., of Arkansas City; six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Ralph Inman Sr., one sister; Lena Mae Miller; and one brother, George Carl Turner. Funeral Services will be at 2p.m.Wednesday at Arkansas City Baptist Church with the Rev. Cornelia DeLee and Ernest McElroy officiating. Burial will be in McGehee Cemetery by Griffin Funeral Service of McGehee. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the Arkansas City Baptist Church or to the Union Rescue Mission of Little Rock, P. O. Box 164057, Little Rock, Ark.72216.

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Laura Inman - April 23, 1914

    ARKANSAS CITY — Laura Lee Inman, 92, of Arkansas City died Saturday at Chicot Memorial Hospital at Lake Village.
    She was born April 23, 1914, at Arkansas City, a daughter of the late Carl and Laura Ella Turner.
    She was a member of Arkansas City Baptist Church for 81 years.
    Survivors include one daughter, Evelyn Inman Kreth of Little Rock; one son, Ralph “Sonny” Inman Jr. of Arkansas City; six grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
    She was also preceded in death by her husband, Ralph Inman Sr.; one sister; Lena Mae Miller; and one brother, George Carl Turner.
    Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Arkansas City Baptist Church with the Rev. Cornelia DeLee and Ernest McElroy officiating. Burial will be in McGehee Cemetery by Griffin Funeral Service of McGehee.
    Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.
    Memorials may be made to the Arkansas City Baptist Church or to the Union Rescue Mission of Little Rock, P.O. Box 164057, Little Rock, Ark. 72216.

Pine Bluff Commercial (Feb/27/2007)


    SCRANTON — Nema Rhea Inman, 92, of Scranton died Thursday, March 8, 2007, in Fort Smith. She was born April 2, 1914, in Scranton. She was a homemaker and the widow of Bou Inman.
    Funeral will be 10 a.m. Saturday at Bethel Missionary Baptist Church in Paris with burial at Ellsworth Cemetery in Midway under the direction of Roller Funeral Home of Paris.
    She is survived by two daughters, Diane Fox of Scranton and Sue Burris of Fort Smith; a son, Bud Inman of Scranton; three sisters, Amanda Rogers of Jasper, Corine Cotton of Subiaco and Jackie Conner of Port Arthur, Texas; 12 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.
    Pallbearers will be Glen, Nelson and Jason Inman, Mike Fox, Ron Kremer and Ronnie Pack.
    The family will visit with friends from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.

Southwest Times Record, Fort Smith AR, March 9 2007
 


   Joe O. Inmon, 90, of Cord died Thursday, June 14, 2007 at White River Medical Center in Batesville.
    He was born June 6, 1917 in Dowdy the son of Spence Inmon and Tace (Lane) Inmon.
    He was a World War II Army Veteran and participated in D-Day. He was a farmer and in the winter months built houses. He built his home and 72 other houses in the area. He was an outdoorsman and enjoyed hunting.
    He is survived by his wife of 66 years, Dean Inmon.
    He was preceded in death by his parents; brother, Hershel Inmon; an infant brother; two sisters, Dessie West and Ethel Straughn.
    The funeral will be at 2:00 pm Sunday, June 17th at Stone School house in Dowdy officiated by Bro. Jackie Pickett. Music will be provided by Alenna Dunehew.
Pallbearers are Bobby Dunehew, Jason Dunehew, Mike Baldwin, J. R. Birmingham, Ed Birmingham, and Gene Austin Melton.
    Interment will be in Union Cemetery at Cord under the direction of Roller-Crouch Funeral Home of Batesville.
    The family will receive friends from 6:00-8:00 Saturday, June 16th at the funeral home.
    Burial: Union Cemetery (N. of Cord, AR.) Cord, Independence County, Arkansas, USA

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    Sharon K. Inman, 56, of Spiro died Friday, Aug. 24, 2007. She was born Feb. 21, 1951, in Shady Point. She was a homemaker.
    Funeral will be noon Wednesday at Solid Rock Pentecostal Church of God in Panama with burial at U.S. National Cemetery in Fort Smith under the direction of Grace Manor Funeral Home of Poteau.
    She is survived by her husband, Jerry; a son, Mitchell Inman of Conway; three sisters, Laura Neff of Poteau, Naomi Kirk and Joyce Cando, both of Panama; six brothers, Dolphis Fout of Shady Point, David and Leo Fout, both of Panama, Geral Fout of Holsum Valley, Johnny Fout of Bartlesville, Okla., and Larry Fout of Washington; and two grandchildren.

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Anita Inman

    RECTOR — Anita W. Inman, 80 was born on November 11, 1926 and departed this life on October 18, 2007 at 80 years of age.
    Mrs. Inman was preceded in death by: Her parents: William & Mary Reynolds.
    Survivors: 2 Sons William Underwood of Rector, Arkansas, Bobby Underwood of Paragould, Arkansas. 3 Daughters Judy Kleffel of Rector, Arkansas, Mary E. Heffran of Casar North Carolina, Pammela S. Koch of Blue River, Wisconsin.
12 Grandchildren Jeremy Underwood, Nicole Koch, Stephen Heffran, Karman Koch, Zackery Koch, Kellie Reed, Stacy Colcord, Wm Michael Reed, Allen Underwood, Angelina Underwood, Kristy Underwood, Misty Richardson. 11 Great grandchildren: Britney Underwood, Sadie Underwood, Gunner Underwood, Blaine Colcord, Mason Mode, Justin Reed, Keegan Reed, Raven Reed, Ashley Underwood, Hayley Richardson, Autumn Heffran.
    Funeral Services will be held at 2:00PM Saturday October 20, 2007 at Mitchell funeral home chapel Rector, Arkansas. Visitation will be from 12:00PM till service time Saturday. Burial will be in Woodland Heights Cemetery.