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Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] Cemetery named Hall Mountain?
Date: Wed, 12 Jan 2005 10:39:59 -0800
Sandy J. 1849-1911 Hall Mountain Cem.
Vina Priscilla 1848-1929 Hebron Cem, Fulton Co.
Hall Mtn. Cem is located in Township 17 North, Range 10 West, Section 30.
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Subject: [ARIZARD-L] Cemetery named Hall Mountain?
> Can someone tell me about a cemetery called Hall Mountain, possibly
> either in Baxter or Izard counties. My great grandfather's brother,
> Sandy Bonner, is said to be buried there. He died in 1911 in Izard, AR
> and his grave is possibly unmarked. It may be possible that their father
> (my gr gr grandfather) is also buried there. His name was Miles Bonner
> and he died in Baxter County, 3 Sept 1903, according to the widow's
> pension that was filed by his second wife, Malinda Jane Bonner. I do not
> know Malinda's maiden name but they married about 1875, according to the
> 1900 Baxter, AR census. They might have married in Izard, as they were
> on the 1880 Izard census. Are there any burial records for this
> According to a newspaper, The Melbourne Times, dated 25 April 1912,
> Malinda Bonnor died at the home of Willie "Conrood" (a nephew in law)
> near Creswell last Sat. (Calculations indicate that was 20 April.)
> Deceased was about 72 years of age. Article by Helen Lindley, Dolph,AR.
> What County are Creswell and Dolph in? I do not know the burial place of
> Malinda either.
> Any help appreciated.
> Earlene Porter
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