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Nichols Chapel Cemetery

Grateful thanks go to Pat Dill

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NEW: Children found 2007 buried on Nichol's Farm, burial date 1899. See bottom of this page to see how this happened.

This Nichols Chapel Cemetery gate is new, the other one was crushed by a tree in a storm that hit the Altus area last year. In the Ozark paper on 16 May 2001 it stated:

The new sign at the Nichols Chapel Cemetery was donated by the Muchmore children in memory of George E. and Dessie (Page) Muchmore. What a wonderful thing this family did to replace the gate.  Also in the steps of behind the gate is carved Nichols into it.

My grandmother is buried a few feet away on the right of the gate.

Pat Dill  A friend did the following photo layouts for this site. So the search engine finds them, all names in the photos appear in text at the bottom of this page.

 


 


NOTE:

This is A different Nichols Cemetery than you have. It is North of Ozark, East of Anderson Farm and South of turkey houses on the (HWY 352 The old Wire Road) East of Hwy 23.

 Nichols Cemetery,

North of Ozark. East of Anderson Farm and South of turkey houses on the (HWY 352 The old Wire Road) East of Hwy 23.

Four miles North of Ozark. Take Hwy 23 North to Hwy 352, go East on 352 about mile to the Anderson lane, go South about a mile to the Anderson house. This Cemetery is located in a Wooded area about mile Southeast of house. There are twelve unmarked graves. This survey was done in 1969.

BLAYLOCK, AUTRA - B. AUGUST 15, 1890 D. MAY 18,1898 DAUGHTER OF J.H. & F.S.

MCANALL, GUY HUBERT - B. AUGUST 20,1897 D. DECEMBER 21,1898

MCANALL, INFANT - B. & D. DECEMBER 6,1898

MCANALLY, EWELL - B. JANUARY 24, 1905 D. SEPTEMBER 17, 1906 AGE 19 MONTHS 23 DAYS

NICHOLS, HUGH - B. SEPTEMBER 16, 1851 D. FEBUARY 14, 1895

NICHOLS, MOLLIE F. - B. JANUARY 25, 1856 D. AUGUST 11, 1911


Names in photos: 

Diana Bass, wife of James Harvey Nichols.

James Elam, wife Mary, son of Daniel and Fannie Elam.

Daniel Elam, husband of Fannie Box. Fannie is on other side of monument.

Ewell F. (Jack) Nichols, son of Dave and Etta.

King David Nichols and Henryetta Hunt, son of Thomas and Mary E. Box; Thomas was son of Harvey.

Neuel D. Hawkins, son of Dora Nichols Hawkins & Samuel Wesley Hawkins, gson of T. J. Nichols & Mary Box.

Catherine J. brother Nichols, wife of King David.

King David Nichols, son of Harvey Nichols.

Georgia Ann Nichols, dau of William F. & Elizabeth Nichols, wife of Frank Walker.

Margaret Elizabeth Nichols, 2nd wife of Harvey Nichols, 1st married to James Cargill.

William F. Nichols & wife Elizabeth Joplin. Son of Harvey and Malinda Blancett Nichols.

Oldest gravestones=John & Elizabeth Nichols.

Elizabeth Fergus aka Mary Fargus, wife of James E. Fergus; 1st married William Box nee Long. Mother of Fannie Elam and Mary Elizabeth Nichols.

W. N. and Mary Nichols. 


BURIALS ON NICHOL'S FARM....how they were found.

My brother stopped by a rest area, he thinks it was in Franklin County, but
 not relley sure.  While walking around he came upon some grave markers and
 it  made him curious so he turned to the his family searcher, me, for answers.
 I can't help him.  Graves are under a tree. Markers have

 Ollie Nichols
 born June 12, 1875
 died July 29, 1899

 Robert Nichols
 born January 7, 1874
 died Sept 15, 1899

 Carrie Nichols
 born April 15, 1880
 died Oct 2, 1899

 He wants to know if this is brothers and sisters or ?
 Casue of thier death, because if was very close to each other.

 Kathy Howard
 khmamabear @ centurytel.net
 Aug. 9, 2007

 Thank you

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From a visitor to Franklin County burials under a tree not in a known
cemetery. There are several Nichol's researchers on this list. Can any
of  you help this query?

Don

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 Answer from the mailing list.
 Don
 From: "Jane Wade" <janewade@hughes.net
To: <arfrankl@rootsweb.com
Sent: Thursday, August 09, 2007 7:19 PM
Subject: Re: [ARFRANKL] Surname: Nichols


 The rest stop is in Franklin County, out of Ozark, AR., on the site of
 the old NICHOLS farm. The 3 children are those of William & Catherine NICHOLS.  I was told by a
 grandson of William & Catherine that there was a typhoid epidemic in Franklin County and that William made burial boxes and buried the children on the homeplace. The family is listed in 1880 Franklin County, Arkansas census.

 jdw
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Thank you so much for letting us know.
Kathy

From: "Donal O'Kelly" <ocollaugh@comcast.net
To: <khmamabear@centurytel.net
Sent: Thursday, August 09, 2007 8:40 PM
Subject: Fw: [ARFRANKL] Surname: Nichols





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 From: "Donal O'Kelly" <ocollaugh@comcast.net
 To: <arfrankl@rootsweb.com
 Sent: Thursday, August 09, 2007 4:09 PM
 Subject: [ARFRANKL] Surname: Nichols


 

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