140 FEET EAST OF THE HIGHWAY
Document located at Crittenden County Library 2001
Unknown who conducted original survey
BLACK, Claude – Born
FRANIER, Alfred – Born
LAVENDER, Alonza – Born
LAWRENCE, W. N. – Died
MARTIN, Mary – Born
MOORE, David O. – Born 1853, Died 1906
MOORE, M. E. – Died March 1898, Age 48 years
MOORE, Nancy E. – Born 1889, died 1941
PHILIPS, Merry E. – Died 1914, Age 87 years
SEMMONS, Alice – Died
STACK, Lillie – Born 1896, Died 1948
WALKER, Etta – Died
cemetery is located north of Earle at what is now known as
According to the USGS mapping service, this is the site of the historical King Solomon Church which is no longer in existence. This cemetery remains active with burials noted as late as 1993.
cemetery is located about ˝ miles north of this one on Highway 149, on the
right side of the highway. This cemetery is believed to be that of
The cemetery is badly overgrown with evidence of numerous unmarked graves. At this time, a swath has been mowed along the west side of the cemetery with a second swath through the center to the grave of James Vann, Jr. The accessible stones were read, with several other stones visible in the distance, beneath the heavy undergrowth. Due to the condition of the cemetery and the time of year, I did not attempt to access the other stones. Hopefully, these other stones can be read when weather permits.
The following stones were read:
BLACK, Claudie, born
Arkansas PVT US Army World War I
GARRETT, Earnestine, born
McCUISTON, Annie Jean, born
“Gone But Not Forgotten”
McCUISTON, Betty J. Foxx, born
“Gone But Not Forgotten”
McINTOSH, Annie B., born
MILTON, Minnie L., born
VANN, James Willie, Jr., born
“In Loving Memory” (Crumplex Funeral Home,
VANN, Willie Mae, born
“In Loving Memory”
On March 26, 2007, Faith Truska submitted the following names:
BROWN, Joseph Lee, July 23, 1937 - May 31, 1991
COLEMAN, Annie Coleman, Aug. 6, 1927- Aug. 25, 2002, "In loving Memory"
On back of stone reads, "If tears could build a stairway and memories a lane we'll walk right up to heaven and bring you home again - Your children"
COLEMAN, Dan, Dec. 8, 1889 - Jan. 22, 1964, "We will meet again"
COLEMAN, Delois, (couldn't read the info)
COLEMAN, Jimmy L., Jan 15, 1966 - Mar. 17, 1966, "Rest Little Brother"
COLEMAN, Ken L., May 29, 1975 - Jan 25, 1993, "We miss You"
COLEMAN, Nicholas, 1982 - 2006
COLEMAN, Ronnie, Aug 25, 1960 - Aug 29, 1960, "So Little Time"
COLEMAN, Tommy L., Aug. 15, 1952 - Nov 28, 1952
EDWARDS, Mr. Theodore Larry, Sep 17, 1942 - June 5, 2005, age 62
JONES, George J., July 23, 1939 - Jan. 8, 1987
MARTIN, Nathaniel, b. ??, 22, 1898 - d. Dec 23, 1913
PORTER, Betty J., 1951 - 2005 "We Love You"
RAND, Otis, 1928 - 2002
TYLER, Mary, (couldn't read info)
© Deborah Lunsford Yates 2000 - 2007
Last Updated Monday, March 26, 2007, 9:31:28 PM CST
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