Arkansas Cemeteries


Davenport Crossing Cemetery

Lawrence County, Arkansas

Researched and Photographed by Tootie Sharp Dennis and Jane Sharp Odom

Submitted May 24, 2007



This cemetery is located 1.5 miles North of Alicia, Lawrence County. County Road 739 turns east off the highway across the tracks. I parked there and walked the tracks to get access to the Cemetery. It is located on a small hill, easily seen from the highway. The tall stone is all you can see of the stones from the highway. The Cemetery is located between highway 67 and the railroad tracks. I found only 7 stones. I searched carefully for others with a sturdy walking cane I took with me. The hill is totally overgrown and was very difficult to access. It took several photos of each stone to get a good one from any angle. This is the first of 2 over views. This one was taken at the beginning of the incline of the hill.


My aunt, Jane Sharp Odom, gave me a lot of information on different cemeteries over the period of the month that we spent auditing these cemeteries. She took all the notes as I photographed. She is 88 years old! 


This is the second overview from the back of the Cemetery.


DAVENPORT, A.E. -- b. 13 February 1829; d. 25 November 1889 – mother

DAVENPORT, Alice -- b. 1 November 1887; d. 15 June 1890 -- daughter of Lillburn & Emma Davenport

DAVENPORT, J. -Father b. 4 May 1821 d. 17 Nov 1890-69 years 6 months 13 days – Close-Up

DAVENPORT, L.H. -- b. 1 May 1855; d. 29 June 1901 -- Woodmen of the World. This is the second shot of this stone.

DAVENPORT, Vivian -- b. 23 April 1905; d. 18 April 1906 -- daughter of Frank & Lela Davenport  “Our Darling one hath gone before to greet the others there”

VOWELL, Floy -- b. 20 July 1889; d. 18 August 1890 -- child of J.T. & L. Vowell

VOWELL, Laura -- b. 31 December 1860; d. 26 May 1900 -- wife of J.T. Vowell

 VOWELL, Monnie -- b. 20 July 1891; d. 22 September 1891 -- child of J.T. & L. Vowell

VOWELL, Roy – b. 8 July 1887; d. 5 August 1888 –  child of J.T. & L. Vowell - Ethel, the lady at the library in Walnut Ridge, helped us a lot on finding the cemeteries.  I found no other stones. Perhaps this child is on the stone with the other two Vowell childrn, Roy and Monnie. The stone was very hard to read and there could have been three names listed. There is a very small stone at the base of the double stone for Floy & Monnie.

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