Lloyd Family Cemetery, Wye House, Talbot County, Maryland. This graveyard is on private property and not open to the public.
DeWolf Family Cemetery, Bristol, Rhode Island. on findagrave.com.
Simmons and Bowie at Walnut Grove Cemetery, Newport, Jackson County Arkansas. See Also Walter Heard Letter 1991, Jackson County Tombstone Transcription project and Arkansas Gravestones.org for photos and GPS coordinates on some.
Simmons and Mallory at Sand Hill Cemetery, Auvergne, Jackson County, Arkansas. Bowen's Ridge is included in this list, because it is possible that family is there but not marked. See Also Jackson County Tombstone Transcription project and Arkansas Gravestones.org for photos and GPS coordinates on some.
Flynt - Hardeman Cty Tenn -Mt Comfort. Lonoke County Ark - Beard, Wattensaw, and Oak Grove. In North Carolina Flynt Family at Rural Hall, Forsyth County See Also Arkansas Gravestones.org for photos and GPS coordinates on some.
Deese, Baldwin, Glover -Lonoke County Ark - Wattensaw, and Oak Grove. See Also Arkansas Gravestones.org for photos and GPS coordinates on some.
Taylor, Harris, and Rotenberry at White Church Cemetery, See Also Jackson County Tombstone Transcription project and Arkansas Gravestones.org for photos and GPS coordinates on some.
Augusta Memorial Park, originially known as Crescent Heill Cemetery in Augusta, Woodruff County, Arkansas is where many of my friends, neighbors, and their families are buried. Within the application to National Register of Historic Places are 32 biographic sketches of individuals buried in the historic section before 1953. Cemetery Records of Woodruff County, Arkansas by Adelia C Kittrell and Curtis Houston. reprinted by the Woodruff County Historical Society. Arkansas Gravestones.org seems to be more complete but limited to onsite searches and doesn't show in Google search. Findagrave.com isn't as complete but what is there will show in more search engines.
Old Dickson Cemetery, Bentonville, Benton County, Arkansas The last list of gravestones was by Bentonville Mayor Alvin Seamster about 1955. Thirteen burials include Robert Dickson 1773-1849, Joseph Samuel Dickson 1797-1845, Samuel Woods 1799-1871, and Benton County Judge Dysart Woods 1806-1882. Gravestones were removed ca 1958-9, a few of these still exist but have not been photographed or transcribed. This isn't family, but this old cemetery is my back yard, not next to my yard, but in my yard.
Many of these are also on Find a Grave. This a large, national database with a good search engine and a very active support group.
Book of Bowie Front Page.
Questions or comments to Arthur Bowie, Bentonville, Arkansas