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Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried in Arkansas ChartCompiled for Arkansas State Society DAR Regent Marylee SchultzBy Arkansas State Society DAR Historian Ann Allison Pounds,2008Patriotsreported to beburied inArkansasDAR chapters in area Service& counties wherepatriot may be buriedAlton, ElijahJohnson Co., ClarksvilleChapter;Independence Co (alsolisted in Johnson Co.,) AR;Chapters: Independence,Little Red River,Strawberry River, MariaVan Buren, ClarksvilleAngel, LawrenceGrave Marked byPension Roll 183334NC Continental LineAnspaugh,Buried in family cemeteryBenjamin Franklin near Searcy, White Co.;Chapter: Little Red RiverAnspaugh, George 1756-1848, White Co nearSearcy; Chapter: LittleRed RiverArbaugh, Francis Johnson Co. ClarksvilleChapter;Armstrong, John Independence Co, b NC,buried Batesville. (laterreport says he may beburied in KY) Chapters:Independence, Little RedRiver, Strawberry River,Maria Van BurenBagley, Asher1751-1840. Buried in OldUnion Cemetery, Saline Co.;Chapter: Provincia de laSalBagley, Benjamine Pulaski Co.; Chapters:Major Jacob Gray, Capt.Basil Gaither, Centennial,Gilbert Marshall, LittleRock, Prudence HallBagley, JamesIndependence Co.;Chapters: Independence,Little Red River,Strawberry River, MariaVan BurenSource of information*Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried inArkansas, DAR AR State Historian File.*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1914, p. 82;*Shinn, Josiah. “Revolutionary SoldiersWho Are Buried in Arkansas.” ArkansasGazette, 09 Feb 1908;*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*Eno, Clara, Revolutionary Soldiers Buriedin Arkansas, p 53-62. Arkansas HistoryCommission.*Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried inArkansas, DAR AR State Historian File.84 mo service, NCPensionerPension Roll 1833- Grave marked 1977 by34, 1st Regiment NJ Provincia de La SalContinental LineChapter NSDAR.Pension Roll 183334, 1st Regiment NJContinental Line*Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried inArkansas, DAR AR State Historian File.*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1948-49, p. 5758;*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*Arkansas Historical Markers, p.56;*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1914, p. 82;*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1914, p. 82;*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*Eno, Clara, Revolutionary Soldiers Buriedin Arkansas, p 53-62. Arkansas HistoryCommission.

Barthelemy,JosephBuried Arkansas Co. at ornear Arkansas Post;Chapters: Arkansas Post,Grand PrairieBassett, Jonathan B.24 May 1764, d. 4 Dec.future applicants1833. Buried in Gainesmust prove correct Belding Cemetery offserviceMalvern Hwy. 5 miles fromHot Springs, Garland Co.;Chapters: Hot Springs ofArkansas, Akansa, JohnPercifulBean, JesseWashington Co., Laterreport states he did notcome to AR; Chapter:MarionBeauvais, Antoine Buried Arkansas Co. at ornear Arkansas Post;Chapters: Arkansas Post,Grand PrairieBenedict, John C. Chapter: Cadron PostServed as Pvt.Under Col.Freeman’s Regt.From MA.Buried Arkansas Co. at ornear Arkansas Post;Chapters: Arkansas Post,Grand PrairieBillingsWashington Co 1772-1828,(Billingsley), John later report states his fatherserved not him; Chapter:MarionBlack, WilliamHempstead Co.; Chapters: Pensioner 1840 RollJohn Cain, Benjamin Culp,Mine Creek, Texarkana,ParacliftaBogy, JosephArkansas Co.; Chapters:Arkansas Post, GrandPrairieBonne, Michel(father)Buried Arkansas Co. at ornear Arkansas Post;Chapters: Arkansas Post,Grand PrairieBuried Arkansas Co. at ornear Arkansas Post;Chapters: Arkansas Post,Grand PrairieBuried Lawrence Co.InfantryChapters: IndependenceCo, Little Red River,Strawberry River,JonesboroBuried Arkansas Co. at ornear Arkansas Post;Chapters: Arkansas Post,Booth, Isaacfuture applicantsmust prove correctserviceBoulard, Louis*Arkansas Historical Markers, p.14;*AR DAR Yearbook 1991-92, p 86*Arkansas Historical Markers, p.55*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,*Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried inArkansas, DAR AR State Historian File.Billet DitLajuenesse,AnselmeBonne, Michel(son)Plaque honoring 26 Rev.War Soldiers hangs inCourthouse Square inDeWittGrave marked on 1968by Hot Springs ofArkansas & JohnPerciful Chapters,NSDAR.Plaque honoring 26 Rev.War Soldiers hangs inCourthouse Square inDeWittCadron Post markedgrave 1990Plaque honoring 26 Rev.War Soldiers hangs inCourthouse Square inDeWitt*Arkansas Historical Markers, p.14*Paper recorded in AR DAR HistorianFiles*Arkansas Historical Markers, p.14*Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried inArkansas, DAR AR State Historian File.*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1914, p. 82;*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,VA Patriotic Service;furnished suppliesto Gen Geo. RogersClarkPlaque honoring 26 Rev.War Soldiers hangs inCourthouse Square inDeWittPlaque honoring 26 Rev.War Soldiers hangs inCourthouse Square inDeWitt*Arkansas Historical Markers, p.14;*AR DAR Yearbook 1991-92, p 86*Arkansas Historical Markers, p.14;*AR DAR Yearbook 1991-92, p 86*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,Plaque honoring 26 Rev. *Arkansas Historical Markers, p.14;War Soldiers hangs in*AR DAR Yearbook 1991-92, p 86Courthouse Square in

Boyd, WilliamGrand PrairieFayetteville, WashingtonCo.; Chapter: MarionBradley, James1759-1822; BuriedHempstead Co (alsoreported in Lafayette Co ;)Chapters: John Cain,Benjamin Culp, MineCreek, Texarkana,ParacliftaBradley, Lawrence b. 1758, d. 1828, and buried* future app. must in the Sulphur Rockprove lineage ofCemetery near Batesville,childIndependence Co.;Chapters: Independence,Little Red River,Strawberry River, MariaVan BurenBrearly, DavidYell Co., Chapter:Dardanelle RockBreeden, JacobWashington Co.; Chapter:MarionBrown, WilliamHempstead Co. (also listedas Washington Co.)Chapters: John Cain,Benjamin Culp, MineCreek, Texarkana,Paraclifta, MarionBrowning, John1757-1844, Arkadelphia,RadfordClark Co. Chapter:ArkadelphiaBryan, WilliamBryant, Benjamin*future app mustprove correctserviceCarnahan, JohnCarothers, Johnb. 1781, couldn’t have beensoldier; Pope Co.;Chapters: Persis Lovely,Clarksvilleb. 1760, d. ca. 1840. BuriedCollegeville Cemetery on E.side of Hwy 5 N., SalineCo.(also listed in PulaskiCo;) Chapters: MajorJacob Gray, Capt. BasilGaither, Centennial,Gilbert Marshall, LittleRock, Prudence Hall,Provincia de la Sal1756-1840. Buried in CaneHill Cemetery at Lincoln,Washington Co.; Chapter:Marionb. 12 Jul. 1746, d.1841,Independence Co.;Chapters: Independence,DeWittNC PrivateNC Militia*Eno, Clara, Fifty-Five RevolutionarySoldiers Buried in Arkansas, ArkansasHistory Commission.Grave marked by*NSDAR List Revolutionary SoldiersTexarkana Chapter DAR buried in Arkansas listed in e-membership,Grave was marked 1967 *Arkansas Historical Markers, p.105;by Independence Co.*NSDAR List Revolutionary SoldiersHistorical Society andburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,AR SAR*Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried inArkansas, DAR AR State Historian File.*Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried inArkansas, DAR AR State Historian File.*Eno, Clara, Revolutionary Soldiers Buriedin Arkansas, p 53-62. Arkansas HistoryCommission.Capt. CharlesBrowning,Culpepper Co., VA*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in emembership,,*Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried inArkansas, DAR AR State Historian File.*Paper filed in AR DAR Historian files.1st Ogden Regt, NJ Grave marked byProvincia de La SalChapter NSDARLt in Moorehead’sCol PA RegimentSC Militia;Pensioner Roll1833-34*Arkansas Historical Markers, p.57-58;*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1918, p. 70;*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*AR DAR Yearbook 1991-92, p 86Grave marked by Marion *Arkansas Historical Markers, p.87.Chapter.*Eno, Clara, Revolutionary Soldiers BuriedNSDARin Arkansas, p 53-62. Arkansas HistoryCommission.*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1914, p. 82;*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,

Little Red River,Strawberry River, MariaVan BurenCheatham, William 1762-1837, deathHempstead Co.; Chapters:John Cain, Benjamin Culp,Mine Creek, Texarkana,ParacliftaClark, BenjaminClark, WilliamClausin, PeterCollins, AbrahamCollins, EliConway, WilliamCook, Berryb. 1759 in KY, d. 1838.Buried at Morrisetta, 6 milesE. of Washington,Hempstead Co. May havebeen moved to Clarksville,TX.; Chapters: John Cain,Benjamin Culp, MineCreek, Texarkana,ParacliftaHempstead Co., Morrisettawhich is 7 mi. NE ofWashington; Chapters:John Cain, Benjamin Culp,Mine Creek, Texarkana,ParacliftaBuried Arkansas Co. at ornear Arkansas Post;Chapters: Arkansas Post,Grand PrairieBuried at Washington,Hempstead Co.; Chapters:John Cain, Benjamin Culp,Mine Creek, Texarkana,Paracliftab. ca. 1757, age 83 in 1840,d. 1844; buried inWashington, AR,Hempstead County;Chapters: John Cain,Benjamin Culp, MineCreek, Texarkana,ParacliftaHempstead Co.; Chapters:John Cain, Benjamin Culp,Mine Creek, Texarkana,ParacliftaHempstead Co.; Chapters:John Cain, Benjamin Culp,Mine Creek, Texarkana,ParacliftaHe was a pensionerand buried at OldCemetery atWashington but hisgrave was notfound.Grave marked 6 April1932 by John CainChapter., NSDAR.*Shinn, Josiah. “Revolutionary SoldiersWho Are Buried in Arkansas.” ArkansasGazette, 09 Feb 1908;*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1915, p. 82;*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*Arkansas Historical Markers, p.37-38.*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1918, p. 70.SoldierPlaque honoring 26 Rev. *Arkansas Historical Markers, p.14.War Soldiers hangs in*AR DAR Yearbook 1991-92, p 86Courthouse Square inDeWitt*Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried inArkansas, DAR AR State Historian File.NC RegimentSC Militia; pensionroll of 1833-34Grave marked 1932 bythe John Cain Chapter.NSDAR. Grave alsomarked by John CainChapter, Benjamin CulpChapter, & Old MilitaryRoad Chapter 1990.*Arkansas Historical Markers, p.37-39.*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1914, p. 82;*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1914, p. 82;*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried inArkansas, DAR AR State Historian File.

Cook, CharlesClark Co.; Chapter:ArkadelphiaCook, Benjaminb. 1760 Bulloch Co., GA,Pvt. in the 1st GAGrave marked 1911 byd. 27 Feb. 1846; buriedMilitia; Pension Roll Pine Bluff ChapterShady Grove Church, east 1840NSDARof El Dorado, Union County;Chapters: RobertRosamond, Capt. RobertAbernathyCooper, WilliamRev.St. Francis Co. 1756-1830; Hero of Rev. WarChapters: William Strong,Robert CrittendenCopeland, DavidBirth: (CIRCA) 1750IRELANDDeath:(ANTE) 26 Jan1824Morrilton; Chapter: GeneralWilliam LewisCornish, JohnUnion Co.; Chapters:Robert Rosamond, Capt.Robert AbernathyCoughran, George DeQueen, Sevier Co.;Chapter: ParacliftaCousott, Francois Buried Arkansas Co. at ornear Arkansas Post;Chapters: Arkansas Post,Grand PrairieCrawford, James Crawford County;Chapters: Ft. Smith, MaryFuller PercivalCrawford, Oliver1757-1829, Little Rock,Pulaski Co.; Chapters:Major Jacob Gray, Capt.Basil Gaither, Centennial,Gilbert Marshall, LittleRock, Prudence HalCroom, IsaacNC SoldierCrow, BenjaminPrivate in Stinson’sCompany, 8thRegimentb. 1756 in VA. d. 1830 inClark Co.; Chapter:ArkadelphiaCrownover, Daniel 1763-1844, buried SpringCreek Graveyard, 3 mi. N. ofDanville, Yell Co.(alsoreported in Pope Co;)*Eno, Clara, Revolutionary Soldiers Buriedin Arkansas, p 53-62. Arkansas HistoryCommission.*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1914, p. 81-83;*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*Arkansas Historical Markers, p. 35;*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1916, p. 49;*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,*Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried inArkansas, DAR AR State Historian File.Pension rejected*Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried inArkansas, DAR AR State Historian File.Plaque honoring 26 Rev. *Arkansas Historical Markers, p.14.War Soldiers hangs inCourthouse Square inDeWitt*Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried inArkansas, DAR AR State Historian File.Calvary fromAugusta Co., VA*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,Soldier*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1922, p. 29SC; Pension Roll1840, age 77;Served from bothVA and SC and wasTombstone placed byArkadelphia ChapterNSDAR in 1971 on N.side of Hwy. 26 beforeintersection of ChristianCampground Road.Grave was marked byDardanelle RockChapter DAR 2002.*Arkansas Historical Markers, p.41;*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1972, p.71;*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1914, p. 82;*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1915, p. 83;*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,

Chapters: Persis Lovely,Clarksvilleat Yorktown whenCornwallissurrenderedCryer, Morgan, Sr. b. 22 Feb. 1753, d. 27 Nov Pensioner; SC1833; grave was destroyed Militiaby the AR Hwy Dept. duringroad construction. ClarkCounty (also reportedHempstead Co.) Chapters:John Cain, Benjamin Culp,Mine Creek, Texarkana,Paraclifta, ArkadelphiaDardenne, JeanBuried Arkansas Co. at orBaptistenear Arkansas Post;Chapters: Arkansas Post,Grand PrairieDavis, David Ward 1762-1837, Died in Haynes, SoldierAR, St. Francis Co. (alsoreported in Lee Co.;)Chapter: William Strong,William Strong, RobertCrittendenDraper, James;treat as newancestorDuchassin, JeanBaptiste1751-1835, ArkansasDumvill, RobertC1730-40 to 1819,Hempstead Co, AR;Chapters: John Cain,Benjamin Culp, MineCreek, Texarkana,ParacliftaMadison Co; Chapters:Marion, Bois D’ArcBuried Arkansas Co. at ornear Arkansas Post;Chapters: Arkansas Post,Grand PrairieProctor, AR, St. Francis Co.;Chapters: William Strong,Robert Crittendenb. 1751 and d.14 Oct 1838.Lawrence Co.; Chapters:Independence County,Little Red River,Strawberry River,Evans, PolkFagot, AndreFerguson,AlexanderFerguson, JamesPrivate underPickens*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.Marker was placed byArkadelphia ChapterNSDAR 1990 at thesouth end of the hwy. 67bridge over Caddo Riveron the east side*Arkansas Historical Markers, p.43;*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1914, p. 82;*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.Plaque honoring 26 Rev. *Arkansas Historical Markers, p.14.War Soldiers hangs in*AR DAR Yearbook 1991-92, p 86Courthouse Square inDeWitt*AR DAR Yearbook 1920, p. 57;*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,Plaque honoring 26 Rev. *Arkansas Historical Markers, p.14.War Soldiers hangs in*AR DAR Yearbook 1991-92, p 86Courthouse Square inDeWittBuried Arkansas Co. at ornear Arkansas Post;Chapters: Arkansas Post,Grand PrairieFoot soldier Capt.Wats, Col JohnMarshallPA ContinentalSoldierPensioner onPension Roll 1840*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,*Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried inArkansas, DAR AR State Historian File.Plaque honoring 26 Rev. *Arkansas Historical Markers, p.14.War Soldiers hangs in*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1913, p. 33;Courthouse Square in*AR DAR Yearbook 1991-92, p 86DeWitt*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1914, p. 82*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1938, p. 94;*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,*Shinn, Josiah, “Revolutionary SoldiersWho Are Buried in Arkansas.” Arkansas

JonesboroFinley, UzWashington Co.; Chapter:MarionFletcher, JohnGouldRandolph Co. died inNC ArtilleryLawrence Co.1825. Buriedat Old Lindsey Graveyard atMiddlebrook;(also listed inRandolph Co.) Chapters:Independence County,Little Red River,Strawberry River,JonesboroRandolph Co., 1738-1835;(also reported in LawrenceCo.;) Chapters:Independence County,Little Red River,Strawberry River,Jonesborod. 28 June 1840 He is buried Last of the “King’sin Springfield Cemetery,Mountain Heroes”Horsehead Creek, JohnsonCo.; Clarksville Chapter;Fletcher, RichardFrancis, HenryGage, James1754-1850, Madison Co.;Chapters: Marion, BoisD’ArcPensioner in 1840,age 86.Garvin, Thomasb. Feb. 1764 in AugustinCo., VA.d. 23 Nov. 1834 buried atCain Hill Cemetery,Washington Co.; Chapter:MarionServed with hiswagon team from1780-1781; PensionRoll 1840, ageGerstaecker,FrederickGlass, William H.Grabert, JeanBaptiste (father)Lee County, possibly PrairiePoint; Chapter: WilliamStrongBuried Arkansas Co. at ornear Arkansas Post;Gazette, 09 Feb 1908;*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*Eno, Clara, Revolutionary Soldiers Buriedin Arkansas, p 53-62. Arkansas HistoryCommission.*DAR Yearbook 1919, p. 95;*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried inArkansas, DAR AR State Historian File.*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1914, p. 82;*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1914, p. 82;*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.Grave marked by hisgrandson, Dr. W.N.Yates and MarionChapter. DAR, 4 June1977*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1914, p. 81.*Arkansas Historical Markers, p.88-89;*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried inArkansas, DAR AR State Historian File.*“DAR Searches for Graves of WarSoldiers,” Phillips County Progress, Sept5, 1990.Plaque Plaque honoring *Arkansas Historical Markers, p.14.26 Rev. War Soldiers*AR DAR Yearbook 1991-92, p 86

Grabert, JeanBaptiste (son)Graham, PeterGraves, PhillipGray, JacobGray, SharedChapters: Arkansas Post,Grand PrairieBuried Arkansas Co. at ornear Arkansas Post;Chapters: Arkansas Post,Grand Prairie1755-1828, Washington Co.,ARChapter: MarionHempstead Co.; Chapters:John Cain, Benjamin Culp,Mine Creek, Texarkana,Paracliftab. NC 1762, d. 1837 inJacksonville at old familyhomestead, Pulaski Co.;Chapters: Major JacobGray, Capt. Basil Gaither,Centennial, GilbertMarshall, Little Rock,Prudence Hallhangs in CourthouseSquare in DeWittPlaque Plaque honoring *Arkansas Historical Markers, p.14.26 Rev. War Soldiers*AR DAR Yearbook 1991-92, p 86hangs in CourthouseSquare in DeWittPrivate Capt. Dixon,*NSDAR List Revolutionary SoldiersCL Lineburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,b. NC 1758, d. 1836 inJacksonville at old familyhomestead, Pulaski Co.;Chapters: Major JacobGray, Capt. Basil Gaither,Centennial, GilbertMarshall, Little Rock,Prudence HallPension Roll 183334, age 77. NCMilitia*Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried inArkansas, DAR AR State Historian File.Pension Roll 183334, age 71. SCMilitia & NCRegimentGrey, PhillipGregg, SamuelB. 12 Dec 1757 VA, d.1838and buried Gehring ChapelCemetery, Washington Co.;Chapter: MarionHall, JohnChapter: Prudence HallHanna, Samuel;future app. Mustprove correctserviceHardin, Joseph1756-1839, buriedWashington Co.; Chapter:MarionPvt Buchanan COVance’s VARegiment; PensionRoll 1840, age 88.Captain Wm.MooreheadBuried in Independence Co.; NC MilitiaChapters: Independence,Little Red River,Strawberry River, MariaVan BurenHardin, Joseph Sr. Buried in Independence Co.;Chapters: Independence,Little Red River,Strawberry River, MariaGraves destroyed yearsago. Marker placed inpark near gravesite byMajor Jacob GrayChapter DAR in 2007*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1914, p. 82;Marker info from Major Jacob GrayChapter DAR;*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.Graves destroyed years *Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1914, p. 82;ago. Marker placed in*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldierspark near gravesite byburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,Major Jacob Gray*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesChapter DAR in 2007Graves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*Eno, Clara, Revolutionary Soldiers Buriedin Arkansas, p 53-62. Arkansas HistoryCommission.Grave marked by Marion *Arkansas Historical Markers, p.86;Chapter NSDAR and*NSDAR List Revolutionary SoldiersThomas Fox Chapterburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,DAC in 1933*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.Prudence Hall Chapter *Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried inDARArkansas, DAR AR State Historian File.*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,*AR DAR Yearbook 1916, p. 50;*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried inArkansas, DAR AR State Historian File.

Hardin, BenjaminJr.Van Burenb.1764, d. 27 May 1848,buried inWyatt-Dodd-HardinCemetery near Batesville,Independence Co.;Chapters: Independence,Little Red River,Strawberry River, MariaVan BurenHicks, WilliamPvt. in RifleCompany NC,Pensioner.Grave was marked 20Oct. 1974 by GilbertMarshall ChapterNSDAR andIndependence. Co. Hist.Society.SoldierHill, JoelJackson Co.; Chapters:Jonesboro, IndependenceHolman, Johnb. ca. 1736-1833. Buried inWashington, AR,Hempstead Co.; ArkansasHistorical Markers statesthat John may have beenburied in Paris, TX.Chapters: John Cain,Benjamin Culp, MineCreek, Texarkana,ParacliftaChapter: Arkansas PostVA Continental Line; Grave was marked byJohn Cain Chapter.NSDAR1932. Gravealso marked by JohnCain, Benjamin Culp,and Old Military RoadChapters1990.1756-1837, buried UpshawGraveyard, 20 mi. NW ofPocahontas, Randolph Co.;Chapters: Jonesboro,Strawberry RiverPension Roll 1840,age 84, pensionbureau said pensiondenied because hecould not prove hisservice.Randolph Co. buried in OldJanes Cemetery, 1 mile S.of Ravenden Springs;Chapters: Jonesboro,Strawberry River1733-1798, Ark. Post,Arkansas Co.: Chapter:Arkansas Post1762-1842, buriedMurfreesboro, Pike Co.;Chapters: John Cain,Benjamin Culp, MineCreek, Texarkana,ParacliftaPensioner, VAImbeau, JeanBaptisteHudson, Edward;future app mustprove correctserviceJanes, JohnJardelas, PierreJenkins, William(Wilson)Jennings, Edward St. Francis Co; Chapters:William Strong, Robert*AR DAR Yearbook 1914, p. 82.*Arkansas Historical Markers, p.104;*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership;*Shinn, Josiah. “Revolutionary SoldiersWho Are Buried in Arkansas.” ArkansasGazette, 09 Feb 1908.*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1922, p. 29*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*DAR Yearbook 1914, p. 81.*Arkansas Historical Markers, p.37-39;*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*AR DAR Yearbook 1991-92, p 86Patriotic Service,Holmes, Honor &Fidelity, p. 245.Pension Roll 1840*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1914, p. 83;*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1916, p. 50;*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiers emembership;*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,*AR DAR Yearbook 1991-92, p 86Grave marked by*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1914, p. 82;Texarkana Chapter DAR *NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*“DAR Searches for Graves of WarSoldiers,” Phillips County Progress, Sept.

CrittendenJennings, SoldrenRoscoJohnson, Edward,Sr.Future app. Mustprove correctserviceJohnson, JacobJohnson, RogerJohnson, Williamb. 1766 in NC and d.1846 in InfantryAR. Buried in MoundCemetery, about2 miles beyond Columbus,Hempstead Co.; Chapters:John Cain, Benjamin Culp,Mine Creek, Texarkana,ParacliftaJohnson Co.; ClarksvilleChapter;Benton Co. near LamarSoldier NC(also reported in JohnsonCo.), Chapters LovelyPurchase, Enoch Ashley,James Bright, Clarksville1755-1831. Buried inCapt. NC MilitiaPioneer Cemetery,Batesville, IndependenceCo.; Chapters:Independence, Little RedRiver, Strawberry River,Maria Van BurenJones, Phillip1762-1840, buried JohnsonCo.; Clarksville Chapter;Juett, ThomasJohnson Co.; ClarksvilleChapter;1764-1829, buriedSoldierDavidsonville, LawrenceCo., Chapters:Independence, Little RedRiver, Strawberry River,Maria Van Buren1756-1820, Lawrence Co.; SoldierChapters: Independence,Little Red River,Strawberry River, MariaVan BurenBuried in common cemeteryat Potash Sulphur Springs;Chapters: Hot Springs ofArkansas, Akansa, JohnPercifulJustice, AmosKeele, FrederickKelly, William(Billy)Private Capt WmFinneyGrave marked 14 June1954 by Caddo District,NSDAR5, 1990.*Eno, Clara, Revolutionary Soldiers Buriedin Arkansas, p 53-62. Arkansas HistoryCommission.*Arkansas Historical Markers, p.37-39;*AR DAR Yearbook 1991-92, p 86*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,*Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried inArkansas, DAR AR State Historian File.*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1919, p. 95.*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.Marker dedicated by*Arkansas Historical Markers, p.103-104;Little Rock Chapter*NSDAR List Revolutionary SoldiersDAR, Gen. George Izard buried in Arkansas listed in e-membership,Chapter UnitedDaughters of 1812,Independence Co.Chapter DAR,Independence Co.Historical Society andBatesville GenealogicalSociety in 1980.*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1914, p. 82;*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried inArkansas, DAR AR State Historian File.*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1915, p. 83.*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.

Kirby, Christopher Marion Chapter DARFayetteville, Washington Co.reported he was on file @courthouse; Chapter:Marion.Kuykendall, Adam 1750-1825, Conway Co.;Chapter: Gen. WilliamLewisKuykendall,Pulaski Co. d. 1828.;Chapters: Major JacobJosephGray, Capt. Basil Gaither,Centennial, GilbertMarshall, Little Rock,Prudence HallLafferty, John,b. 1759 in Ireland and d.future app. must1815 at Lafferty Creek inprove correctUnion Twp. in IndependenceserviceCo.; Chapters:Independence, Little RedRiver, Strawberry River,Maria Van BurenLa noir de Serville, d. Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co.;AugusteChapter: Pine Bluff, JohnAlmontEnsign*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1930, p. 101;*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,Patriotic Service*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,Pensioner.*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1916, p. 49.*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.Capt. Smith’s Co.,Col. Thomas Folk'sRegt, 4th NC Line;PensionerLatimer, Wetherel1757-1838, buried near thecounty line of Pope andJohnson, near Clarksville;Chapters: Persis Lovely,ClarksvillePension applicationin NCLeancy, WilliamSt. Francis Co. died 1847;In battles of King’sChapters: William Strong, Mtn., EutawRobert CrittendenSprings, Cowpensand Gilford CourtHouse*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1914, p. 82;*NSDAR List Revolutionary Soldiersburied in Arkansas listed in e-membership,*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*Arkansas Historical Markers, p.22-23;*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1914, p. 82;*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*DAR Yearbook 1917, p. 84 info. from theCT State Library; *NSDAR ListRevolutionary Soldiers buried in Arkansaslisted in e-membership,*Eno, Clara, “DAR Committee LocatesGraves of Revolutionary Soldiers inArkansas.” Arkansas Gazette, 21 Sept1919.*Arkansas DAR Yearbook 1918, p. 70;*Eno,

Buried in family cemetery near Searcy, White Co.; Chapter: Little Red River *Eno, Clara, Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Arkansas, p 53-62. Arkansas History . Arkansas, DAR AR State Historian File. Cousott, Francois Buried Arkansas Co. at or near Arkansas Post; Chapters: Arkansas Post, Grand Prairie Plaque honoring 26 Rev.

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