Arkansas Cemeteries

 

WALLACE FAMILY CEMETERY

(aka Clark Cemetery)

Transcribed by Janice Holzer, June 18, 2002.

Information from Union County Cemetery Books submitted 04/20/2004

Updated June 6, 2004

 

This is one of the oldest cemeteries in eastern Union County, Arkansas. Most of the graves are obliterated. The few listed below have marble vaults. The land where this cemetery is located was originally owned by Colonel Robert Wallace. Both black and whites are buried there. Whites are buried on the left (North) side of the road, while blacks are buried on the right (South) side of the road. However, no whites have been buried there in about one hundred years. Located northeast of the old community, New London. June 18, 2002.

Canvass date unknown. I copied out of Union County Cemetery books, Volume 4, for the purpose of posting the list.

April 20, 2004 Janice Holzer jholzer321@cablelynx.com

 

 

D. CHRISTIAN 8-2-1841 to 7-23-1891

 

GARLAND CHRISTIAN 4-1-1886 to 1-7-1913

 

CHARLES CONNOR 10-10-1798 to 1-5-1854 *Native of the state of Maine, died in Arkansas

 

CHARLES S. CONNOR 3-7-1838 to 3-7-1847 *Native of the state of

Alabama, died in Arkansas

 

CHARLIE W. CONNOR 11-8-1856 to 10-25-1857 infant son of S.F. & N. B. Connor

 

SIMON F. CONNOR 8-19-1823 to 5-21-1853

 

JAMES C. GANDY 10-10-1866 to 10-15-1903 (Father-in-law of Mary Hammon)

 

MORGAN JOHNSON died 10-15-1880 (black)

 

GEORGE POOL 5-6-1885 to 10-5-1886 (black)

 

NANCY JANE THOMPSON 8-2-1844 to 1-14-1845 infant d/of M.L. & M. E. Thompson

 

Mrs. MARY ELIZABETH JANE WILLIAMS died July ____(un-readable) Wife of THOMAS REED WILLIAMS (large slab)

 

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