Two of Robert and Sally Evans' sons are Abner Evans and
Christopher Ewing Evans:
Abner Clark Evans and his wife, Mary Catherine Morrow Evans,
moved from KY to Arkansas also. Mary Catherine's parents, the Rev. and
Mrs. David Morrow, also moved to Independence County. Rev. Morrow
became the pastor for White River Presbytery.
Picture from article "The Robert M. Evans
Family" by Craig Ogilvie, great grandson of Mary Frances Evans. This
picture was taken in 1893 by a J. R. Lewis. Front LtoR: Rev. Abner
and his wife Catherine (seated at opposite ends of table). Also seated
are Addison, Levi, Lizzie. Standing in middle LtoR: Leonard, Alice,
Blake, Kate, J.W. and Claud Evans. Rear LtoR: King, Dave and Frances
Abner Evans became an apprentice preacher (licentiate)
for the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, a circuit riding ministry, at that
same time and was "...directed to 'ride and preach' with the Rev. Eli
Barton." During this first 8 months he preached 24 times for a total
of $6.00. In March of 1857 he was ordained at Witten's schoolhouse in
Independence County, Arkansas. His "first charges were at Martin's
schoolhouse and Rocky Bayou." Click
HERE for more information on this Arkansas ministry.
In 1860 Big Spring Arkansas' congregation was organized
as a new church by Rev. Abner C. Evans at the request of the parishioners.
A building was constructed on a hill overlooking Barren Fork Creek.
This small church boasted the warmth of a fireplace and seating upon
split-log pews within the dirt-floor cabin. The cabin was used until
1870 when a new 2-story log structure was built on the same site. Then
in 1904 a "stately Victorian frame building" became Barren Fork Cumberland
Presbyterian Church, until 1929 when it was leveled by a tornado that also
destroyed homes in that area. Today the church is known as Barren Fork
Church. Other churches he organized included Batesville Church (1892).
(Per an article in the Batesville Guard dated 12/14/1987.)
Abner and his
wife had 12 children: David Evans; James Winslow Evans (b. 1857; d.1928; married Minnie
Street b. 1864 d. 1939 both buried Oaklawn Cemetery, Arkansas) ; William "King" Evans; Alice C.
Evans, Levi L. Evans, Sarah E. "Lizzie" Evans,
Robert "Blake" Evans
b. 7/3/1869 d. 2/13/1952 and married Ethel McGuire; b: 3/2/1874 and d.
4/19/1961 both buried Oaklawn Cemetery, Arkansas);
Frances Geneva Evans, Minnie K "Kate" Evans (who married Luther C. McSpadden);
Addison "Add" Evans, Leonard E. Evans, and Claud A. Evans. Note:
James Winslow Evans is buried at Oaklawn Cemetery in Batesville Arkansas; his
dates are 1857 to 1928.
NEW: This photo is of Ethel
McGuire Evans (Mrs. Robert Blake Evans) and is provided by Dee Burris.
The original and many other treasures may be seen at
http://dee-burris.dreamwidth.org/152850.html Thanks Dee!
Per James Cooper
of NM: Mary E. Evans was the daughter of James Winslow Evans and
Minnie Street Evans. Mary married Ralph Atkinson of Montgomery, AL.
Mary and Ralph had a daughter Mary Jean Atkinson who married Air Force Lt.
James Cooper of Manhattan, Kan. during WWII. Mary E. Evans had a
brother also, "Bubba" Evans who was Registrar of Southwestern College (now
Lyons College) in Memphis for thirty years or so. There was also a Blake
Evans of Batesville, who was getting on in years and was totally blind.
2) Christopher Ewing (C.
was born to Robert M. and Sarah Evans in
Kentucky on June 27, 1829 and he grew up in Kentucky.
Christopher also went by the name
Ewing. He married a 21-year old lass by the name of
Sarah Adeline Rudolph
(our direct line) in
McCracken, Kentucky on 6 January 1851. Sarah Adeline was born on the
28th of June in 1830 in Montgomery, TN. Her parents were
Henry and Mary Hutchison Rudolph.
Sarah's mom, Mary Hutchison
was born March 1, 1806 in Montgomery, the daughter of
James and Sarah Thomas Hutchison. Mary
married Henry Rudolph on the day after
Valentine's Day, Feb. 15, in 1827 in Montgomery. Henry was 22 years
old, having been born on July 1st in 1806 in Montgomery TN to
John and Mollie Stailey Rudolph.
On Sept. 1st 1857, son, Christopher Ewing Evans, became
the patentee (owner) of 200 acres of land land in Batesville,
Arkansas. On October 3 in 1857, he is listed as having another 40
acres. The following are summaries of the the first owner of record
for the property after the initial survey, or the patentee. After the
patent was surveyed and issued, the property became private property and
then sold with a deed, in this case the property of Christopher Ewing Evans.
Click on following images for Arkansas Land Records of Christopher E. Evans.
Sarah Adeline and Christopher Ewing
Evans had 6 children:
Mary Francis "Fannie" Evans,
born in McCracken KY. Married John G. Ogilvie and had 11
children. She was born on November 13, 1851 and died December 9, 1909.
She was living in Ashley Township of Independence, AR during the 1870
Reverend Robert Henry Evans, born
McCracken KY. Died 13 April 1897 and is buried in
Oaklawn Cemetery, Plot #14, Independence Co., Batesville, Arkansas.
Married Lydia Ann Bone and had 6 children. Ann Bone was his stepsister
through the first marriage of his stepmother to her then husband (Bone); no
Their son Dr.
Lorenzo T. Evans, b. 1880, was a famous and longtime Batesville physician
and delivered at least one still living relative, Tom.) Other children were
Fannie A. Evans (b. Aug 20 1887; d. 9/23/1890; died young), Minnie A. Evans
(b. 7/17/1883 died young), James Lee Evans (b. 11/7/1889;
d. at age 78 on 8/23/1968; m. the day before her birthday on Feb 4, 1917 to
Exie Elizabeth King
(b. Feb 5, 1897 in AR and d. at age 77 on Jan 27 1975 in AR),
Robert Ewing Evans (b. 1/23/1892, d. 5/23/1967; m. Mary Olive Shirley LNU),
Esther Ray Evans and Camelia E. Evans b. 8/1894.
Robert Henry Evans: It is said that he was a circuit riding preacher
with the Cumberland Presbyterian Church and that he rode his horse to the
different churches. One Sunday it was icy and he rode his horse home.
When he got there, he was frozen to the saddle. They had to break him
loose and bring him inside. His coat was so stiff that they stood it
up in the corner by the fireplace. He caught pneumonia from that trip
and died from it. One of his churches was near Sage, AR.
My husband called Dr. L. T. Evans, "Uncle Doctor". He tells
an amusing story of one time getting a BB stuck in his thumb. His
mother took him to "Uncle Doctor." He was crying and wouldn't let
the doctor do anything. "Uncle Doctor" sent his Mother and his
brother to the pharmacy downstairs to get something. When they
left the room, "Uncle Doctor" told him that if he didn't be quiet and
let him get the BB out that he was just going to cut the thumb off.
Needless to say, he got quiet really quickly and before his Mother and
brother got back, the BB was out of his thumb. My husband also
tells that "Uncle Doctor" amputated a man's leg on the man's kitchen
table. Guess he got to the man's house and found it so infected
that he didn't have time to get him to the hospital!
William A. Evans,
born July 1855 in McCracken, KY.
Malissia J. Evans, born 1858 in
Independence, AR. (Note that
the family is now living in Arkansas and she is the first of their children
born in this state.)
Finis T. Evans
(our direct line) born in
October 1860 in Independence, AR. See Below.
John L. "Johnny" Evans,
born November 28, 1862 in Independence
AR. His mother Sarah Evans
died shortly after his birth. Johnny married Leah Maxfield of
Batesville AR and had 3 children. John was a Batesville Merchant and
was well known as a pearl buyer. Their children were a daughter, May
Evans (who married a Wright), and sons John L. "Jack" Evans Jr., George
Maxfield "Budge" Evans. Budge was born December 12, 1905, married Erma M.
LNU (born 7/14/1908 in Batesville, AR; d. 5-11-1991 ) and died September 1,
1981. Budge and Erma are buried at Oaklawn Cemetery in Batesville in
Plot #14, as is his dad, "Johnny" who died 11/3/1944 and his mother,
Leah who died 1/30/1953 and was born in 3/16/1875.
Also buried here is the infant son of John L and Leah Evans, James L. Evans,
Jr. He was born 12/2/1900 and died 3/8/1901. James tombstone
reads "Infant son of John L. & Leah." Unsure as to why James is a Jr. when
his father is John. Note: From Batesville Guard's "News of
Other Days" published Aug. 24, 2004: This column ran previously in the
Guard on August 28, 1991. 89 Years Ago:
John L. Evans, the
local pearl dealer, reports that he is purchasing a number of fine
pearls this season, despite the fact that pearl fishers are few. The
mussels have been washed and scattered until those who formerly gathered
shells for market cannot collect them in paying quantities. However, Mr.
Evans says many of those who are fishing and who are more patient have
had excellent fortune in landing a fine pearl occasionally.
And this one ran on Tuesday, June 19, 2001 from June 10, 1910:
John L. Evans is
the established buyer of pearls in Batesville. He
returned yesterday afternoon on the gasoline launch
from up the river where he had been buying pearls,
and on this trip he bought several beautiful gems.
Mr. Evans is the largest pearl buyer in this market
and none of the good ones get by him.
Sarah Adeline Rudolph Evans
died shortly after the birth of their son John L. Evans, possibly 1863, in
Independence Arkansas. Her mother Mary did not pass away until
September 13, 1879 in McCracken, KY. Her father died on May 2, 1875.
In 1863 Christopher Ewing Evans
married his second wife, another Sarah...Sarah Jane
Milligan (Widow Bone),
in Lawrence, Kentucky. Sarah Jane was born in
1834 Reeds Creek, Lawrence, AR, and died in
1922 in Mt Pleasant, Izard, AR. She was previously married on 24 May 1855 to
Porter H. Bone. Sgt. Porter
Bone died in battle on June 2nd 1862 at Tupelo MS while in the 21st Infantry
Co., K, of the Confederate Army. She had three children by Sgt Bone: John
H. born 5/25/1856, James Porter Bone 9/30/1861, and Lydia Anne Bone (born
3/30/1858 in Lawrence, Arkansas/died 10/4/1934 in Mt. Pleasant AR; buried Barren
Fork Cemetery), all of whom lived then with Christopher and Sarah Jane.
Then Christopher and Sarah Jane had five more children of their own - - 14
children in all! NOTE:
Christopher and his wife Sarah Jane Milligan may also have had a 4th child named
Ellis W. Bone, b. 1860.
Picture included in an article "The Robert M. Evans Family" written by Craig
Ogilvie, great grandson of Mary Frances Evans. Picture taken after 1900.
Seated are son Dr. Lorenzo T. Evans next to his mother (widow) Mrs. Ann Bone
Evans. Standing LtoR: Ewing, Lee and Esther Evans
Finis and John L. Evans lived with their father and Sarah
Jane (see 1880 Census below), but the older children were evidently already
living in their own households.
Christopher died on March
9th, 1880 in Big Springs Township, Izard, Arkansas of Consumption. He had
lived in the area of Barren Forks/Big Springs for 24 years. He is buried
at Barren Fork Cemetery near Mt. Pleasant, AR. His 2nd wife Sarah Jane
Evans lived with her daughter Ann and stepson Robert H. Evans till she died.
PER: US Census Mortality Schedule 1850-1880, Arkansas, Izard, Pleasant Spring
and Big Spring.
EVANS AND AGNES TENNIE EVANS
Beginning Around 1860
Finis and Agnes Tennessee Hodge Evans with children Clarence Ewing (tall
Clara "Grace" Evans (tall girl), William Earl "Bill" Evans (short boy)
and Cleo Evans (boy on right)
Donna: The walking cane of Finis
(pronounced "Fine-es") Evans belongs to my Uncle Tom now. Tom shared the
story that Finis, who always sported a great mustache, would get up early to
start the morning fires to warm his house before getting his children up for
school. Finis used a cane and would keep his cane between his legs when
sitting so the kids couldn't get it!
1870 Census for Jefferson Township, Independence County, Arkansas, Polk Bryan
Post Office, September 20, 1870
Finis Thomas Evans is 9 years
old in 1870 and living with his father Ewing Evans and stepmom, Sarah J.
Dad Ewing is 38. His siblings living with Finis are Robert H. (17),
William A. (11), John (7), Stepbrothers Joseph (5) and Samuel L (2). Also living
in the home are children from Sarah J. (Bone)'s first marriage, John Bone (14),
Porter Bone (10), and Ann Bone (12). Note that no mention is made of a "Malissa"
Evans who would be only 13 if she were living. The family living next door
to Christopher Ewing Evans is that of his older brother Abner, and wife
1880 Census for Big Spring Township, Izard County, Arkansas, District 2 taken on
June 30, 1880
Finis Thomas Evans at 19 is a
stepson of the head of household, Sarah J. Evans, age 45. Another stepson
is, John L. Evans, age 17. The remaining children appear to be the
offspring of Finis and John's father's marriage to his second wife, Sarah:
Joseph S. Evans, Age 13, Samuel S. Evans, Age 11, Beatrice C. Evans, Age 9,
Amanda S. Evans, Age 8, and Alexander T. Evans, Age 6. The sons who are 11
and up farm; Sarah keeps house. Sarah reigns from Arkansas, born to a dad
from Virginia and a Mom from Tennessee. All the children are born in
Arkansas to a Kentucky-born father. John and Finis' mother is listed in
this census as being born in Kentucky also, though other info lists Montgomery
On the website with the
Elizabeth Rudolph Journal entries, there is a notation that on May 4, 1893,
Finis had a very sick baby in his home. There are a couple of other Finis
references in the journal at:
Gravestone of Agnes Tennie Evans at
Barren Fork Cemetery in Arkansas.
BARREN FORK TOWNSHIP
Donna: The middle, and tallest, roof peak was Uncle Joe's store where my Uncle
Tom went to school - behind the store in a room for 1st and 2nd graders.
After that they went on to regular school.
Barren Fork Township in Izard County, Arkansas was founded on
the Barren Fork of the Polk Bayou. Today it is known as Mount Pleasant.
The history of this name change in 1914 is at this website:
Izard County, AR .
Barren Fork was sympathetic towards the Confederacy with men serving in the 7th
and 9th Arkansas Freeman's Cavalry and Shavers' Regiment. The remaining,
and few, men who supported the Union served under Capt. Toney, Rolla, Missouri.
Prominent merchants in the county were O. P. Moore ) general
store, cotton gin, wagon sales); William King Evans (general store and drug
store) and Joe Evans (general store).
Finis' first cousin, Claud A. Evans, owned a drug store.
Claud rented the back room to the Bank of Barren Fork on 10/30/1913.
Within two years the bank was able to build its own facility.
Storefronts were built close to the ground on Main Street and
each had connecting low porches, just 5 feet above ground. Whenever the
rain was hard, the street would wash away and the porches allowed the customers
to be above the flooding or muddy streets.
One of Finis' uncles was Dr. Lorenzo T. Evans, son of Robert
Henry Evans, the Cumberland
Presbyterian minister. Dr. Evans graduated from Memphis Medical College
(now Univ. of TN). He practiced in Mt. Pleasant for 18 years at which time
he moved to Batesville, Arkansas (1924). The good doctor served as
President of the Bank of Barren Fork; married Cora M. Bass in 1908; and he died
on October 10, 1963. His full name was Lorenzo Tipton Evans.
He is buried in Oaklawn Cemetery in Batesville AR with his wife Cora M. Evans.
Cora's dates are 1881 to 1974; Lorenzo's 1880 to 1963.
Note: Info, in part, gleaned from The
Independence County Chronicle, Oct 1967, Vol IX.
1910 Census for Barren Fork Township, Izard County, Arkansas, District 45 taken
on April 23, 1910
Finis Thomas Evans is the head of household. He was born in Arkansas,
as was his mother per this census! His dad was born in Kentucky.
Finnie married Agnes
"Tennie" Tennessee Hodge who
was born in TN - as were her parents
(see end of this paragraph). Possibly Agnes Tennie/marriage 1885.
b: 18 Apr 1866 Tenn. D. 10 Aug 1911 and buried at Barren
Fork Cemetery in Izard County Arkansas (near Mt. Pleasant).
father was James Marion Hodge b: 1837 in Giles County, TN, moved family to
Arkansas around 1885, and died in 1916 in Mt. Pleasant, Izard County, Arkansas;
buried at Barren Fork Cemetery in Mt. Pleasant. Agnes' mother was Martha
Jane Wells Hodge b: 1840 in TN.
She died the year before James and is buried in the same cemetery.)
This the the Giles TN
1880 Census which lists Agnes at age 14 as "Tennessee" Hodge.
Finis and Agnes
Tennie Evans' children were
**Clarence Ewing Evans, age 18, Clara Grace Evans, age 15
(eventually was placed in a mental institution, but reason is unknown);
Cleo M. Evans, age 12, and William Earl Evans
(Direct Line), age 10...all born
in Arkansas. Dad and three children, Clarence, Clara, and son Cleo were
listed as working the home farm. No occupation for William or his mom
listed. Note that one child died after birth (5 born*; 4 living).
Finis 49 and Agnes is 44. They married when he was 28, and she was 24.
*Note: The daughter that died young was Emma F. Evans B. 4/23/1886 and died
10/20/1890. **Note: Clarence E. Evans was born 8/19/1891 and died
12/13/1918. He married Iola Cargill Evans).
Finnie T. is listed in the census as age 59 (born about 1861) and "married"
although his wife is not listed. Living with him are daughters, Grace
Evans (who would marry Moser)(25/single) and Maggie
(who would marry Dobson) (9/single). The Balches and the Evans were all able to
read and write. 1920
Census in Barren Fork on Jan. 25:
NOTE: Maggie owned a little house
until she married Dobson at which time she got another house on 80 acres.
A manganese mining company bought the mining rights to the land and they made
millions from the agreement.
At age 69,
Finis was still alive (widowed) in the 1930 Census for Barren Fork, taken on
April 5th. He and his daughter Maggie, now 19, lived next door to his
son's home, William Earl and Lucille Balch Evans. This census indicates
that Finis married when he was 22. Note that in this census Fin's father is
listed as born in Arkansas (instead of Kentucky as the 1910 Census indicated)
and his mother born in Tennessee (instead of Arkansas as the 1910 Census
indicated.) (See 1930 Census below).
the early 1920s a baseball team included Ewing Evans as pitcher; Cleo "Slim"
Evans as Right Field; Lee Evans as Left Field; and Will Evans as Shortstop.
EARL "BILL" EVANS AND LUCILLE M. BALCH EVANS
Beginning Around 1900
1930 Census for Barren Fork Township, Izard County, Arkansas, District 3, taken
on April 5, 1930
William Earl Evans
is the head of household. He was born in Arkansas to an
Arkansas-born father and a Tennessee-born mother in 1900 PER 1930 Census.
At age 27 he married the 16 year old
Naomi Lucille Balch, born 26
June 1909 (see SSDIÜ)
They had two children, Wanda Bernice Evans born about 1927 and Thomas
born in 1929. Lucille, Wanda and Thomas were all born in Arkansas to
Arkansas parents. William supported his family by farming.
Note: Two doors down from
William's home is the home of Farmer William W. Balch and his wife
Myrtle. William W. is 24 and has been married for about a year to the
22 year old Myrtle.
Lucille was the daughter
of Bradford Henry (used a cane) and Iona Francis Balch of Barren
Fork. "Henry" was born in Arkansas to a Tennessee Dad and an Arkansas Mom.
Lucille's brothers were
Jakie H. (15), William W. (14) and Lanceford (5). They
operated a family farm.
1920 Census in Barren
Fork Arkansas on Jan. 25:
Lucille N. Balch Evans
died on May 8, 1988 in Batesville, AR, at which time she had 16 grandchildren
and 11 great grandchildren. She is buried at Barren Fork Cemetery.
Bernice 14, Thomas Bernard 13, Don 11, Jerry 5, Louise 2. Taken in Mt. Pleasant Arkansas.
William Earl Evans
died in April 1977 in Batesville, AR. He too is buried at Barren Fork
Barren Fork Cemetery in Mt. Pleasant, Arkansas
BERNARD EVANS AND DOROTHY MAY CATOR GUIDO EVANS
Beginning Around 1920
Daughter Wanda Bernece Evans was
born in 1928; she died of breast cancer in 1956. Bernece married Raymond Claude
"Bud" Morris two days before Valentine's Day in 1949. Burial: Oaklawn Cemetery
Batesville Independence County Arkansas. No children.
Son Thomas Bernard Evans was born
during the Depression in December of 1929. Tom served in the Marines for
20 years, retiring to DC and then to Arkansas, his homeland.
On July 5, 1968 he married red-headed petite Dorothy May Cator of DC.
Tom was a fisherman and hunter almost
all his life. He was a guide at one point too. Tom received a world
record in fishing:
Through his life he had many animals -
dogs and cats. Maggie, the Irish Setter in this photo was his favorite dog
with Dorothy in Arkansas.
Obituary of Dorothy May Cator Evans:
Dorothy May “Dot” Evans, 86, of Colonial Beach died
Wednesday, March 10, 2010. Born May 27, 1923, in Washington, D.C., she
was a retired night chief operator for AT&T.
She is survived by her husband, Thomas B. Evans; (survivors removed
from this page). A memorial service was held Monday, March
15, at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Colonial Beach, with the Rev. Ron
Okrasinski officiating. Burial will be private. Nash & Slaw
Funeral Home, Colonial Beach, is handling the arrangements. Online guest
book is available at nashandslawfh.com.
Obituary of Thomas Bernard Evans:
Thomas Bernard "Tom" Evans, 82, of Palm Bay, Florida, died
Sunday, September 2, 2012.
He was a retired Gunnery Sergeant in the United States Marines
and worked as an electrician for the U.S. Navy Yard in D.C. for
10 years. He served in the Korean War including the Chosen
Reservoir Battle which he survived as one of the Chosen Few plus
he served two tours of duty in Vietnam as a Gunnery Sergeant. He
was a member of the VFW.
Tom was an avid fisherman who won many tournaments in Arkansas
and Virginia. He was awarded a 1989 International Game Fish
Association World Record. He often served as a fishing guide due
to his excellence in tournament fishing. In Colonial Beach,
Virginia, he was honored for his work with the Chamber.
He was preceded in death by his wife of 42 years, Dorothy Cator;
his parents; four brothers: Donald Lee, Jerry Evans, Pete Evans
and Billy Evans; and one sister, Bernice Evans Morris. (Survivors
removed from this page).
A graveside service with military honors will be held at 1 p.m.
Saturday, September 15 at Barren Fork Cemetery in Mount
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Barren Fork
Cemetery Fund, c/o Betty Webb, 1691 Barren Fork Road, Mount
Pleasant, AR 72561.
-Batesville Guard, 11 Sept 2012
Son Donald Lee Evans
was born in 1932 in Arkansas and died in October of 202 in Batesville, AR
Son Jerry Ray Evans
born in 1936 and passed away in 2007 in Batesville, AR.
His Obituary (abbreviated at end):
Jerry R. Evans, 71, of
Batesville lost his battle with cancer of August 4, 2007. He was
born April 5, 1936 in Mt. Pleasant, Arkansas and was the son of
William Earl and Lucille Balch Evans.
In his younger days, Jerry was a cement finisher and worked on
the construction and completion of O'Hare Airport in Chicago. He
also worked many years for the Arkansas Lime Company in
Batesville. He served in the U. S. Marine Corp from August 1953
to June 1956. Jerry's true passion in life was training Missouri
Fox trotter horses and bird dogs which he did for over 40 years.
He was an acclaimed trainer of Missouri Fox trotters and won
several local and state championships in Arkansas and Missouri.
He once placed second in the World Championship Fox trotter
competition. His talent with animals extended to dog training as
well. He owned many bird dogs and trained many more. As with his
success in horse training, Jerry earned many awards in the field
of competitive dog training and also won many local and state
It is a
well known fact that Jerry had a talent and love for working
with animals and his many accomplishments demonstrate that love.
He also loved the outdoors and was an avid sportsman and hunter,
his favorite game to hunt was deer and quail. Jerry loved to
fish and traveled all over Arkansas fishing in the state's many
rivers, lakes and streams (and the pond in his backyard). It was
Jerry's belief that hunting, fishing and being outdoors were an
important heritage that should be taught and passed down to
younger generations. He would often take younger friends and
family members on fishing and hunting excursions. Jerry was a
giving person by nature and in the last twenty years of his
life, his commitment and involvement in his church grew. He was
a member of the First Assembly of God in Batesville. Although he
had many passions in life, nothing was more important to him
than his family. Jerry loved his family and his grand-dogs.
is survived by his wife of over 50 years; daughter and husband
and granddaughter and husband, two brothers and a sister, and
many nieces and nephews. Brothers Don and Peter and sister
Bernece died before him. Burial at Antioch Cemetery
in Beebe, White County, AR.