Arkansas Cemeteries

Hurst Cemetery
Baxter County, Arkansas

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Submitted & 2001 by: Vera Reeves


Located atop a hill in the forest in the southern part of Baxter County off County Road 108. Take CR 108 almost to the end, about 2 miles from the Martin Springs Schoolhouse. Just after crossing the second creek make a right and go up the hill. A 4-wheel drive vehicle is suggested. The cemetery is in a clearing on your right after you get to the top of the hill. There are only nine marked stones in this family cemetery.








Alonzo (Major)

01 Sep 1859

09 May 1897



Clara M. (Little)

02 Apr 1885

10 Aug 1887

(d/o W. R. &Mollie)
(age 2 years 6 months 8 days)


Elva M.

09 Mar 1890

07 Jan 1949

(she is listed as wife in obituary
of Theodore H. Hurst)


Kelly Wade

17 Jun 1931

02 Mar 1935

(he is listed as son in obituary 
of Theodore H. Hurst)



one date

28 Jul 1905

(infant d/o Mr & Mrs B. C. Hurst)



15 Apr 1850

01 Jul 1927

(w/o W. R. Hurst)
(next to W.R.)



11 May 1914

25 Sep 1914

(d/o W. H. & H. B. Hurst)


Theo H.

01 Jul 1890

22 Dec 1940

(not on stone:
m. Elva Harveyon 4 Feb 1912)


William R.

04 Sep 1818

14 Mar 1903

(h/o Mollie B. Hurst)


A memorial stone was placed between William R. and his wife Mollie by some of their grandchildren. "Erected in 1997 in loving memory of our grandparents, William R. & Mollie B. Hurst. By: Elmo Hurst, William Hurst, Woodrow Hurst, Ruth Cox, Ruby Bearden, Baxter Hurst, Garland Hurst, Helen Chapman, Ophelia Davis, Homer Hurst, Jessie Brim, Nellie Inez Ferrante".

A little family history on the Hurst Family. Robert E. and William C. Hurst two sons of William R. Hurst came to the area, that later became Baxter County about 1868. It would appear William R. Hurst didn't arrive in the area until later, maybe as late as 1879. In the 1880 census he is listed in the house of Joseph and Julia A. Spragins as father-in-law age 63. Molly Hurst was not listed in 1880 census. Arkansas Death Record Index shows Mollie B. Hurst died 7/1/1927 in Baxter County.

There's a sunken place between Alonzo and Clara. Another at the foot of Alonzo next to Lillian. Usually these low spots in the old cemeteries mean an unmarked grave.


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