Yale Cemetery
Johnson County, Arkansas

 

Submissions by Susan Fahnstrom, Sherian Kennedy, Mike and Raymond Casey. 

Yale Cemetery, Yale, Arkansas, building is the Yale Community church, also called the Hill Chapel, a church and years ago was a school.

Yale Cemetery Burials Copyright 1999 by Debra Blackard "Graphics by Jelane" Selected Entries by 1) Mike R. Casey and Raymond L. Casey and 2) Sherian Kennedy used by permission, all publication and distribution rights reserved. This inventory represents only a portion of the burials in Yale Cemetery. Additional readings will be added as they are submitted.
Notations in (parentheses) are from the Caseys and Ms. Kennedy; Those in [brackets] from the page owner. Yale Cemetery is located on the bank of the beautiful Mulberry River, west of Oark. From Clarksville, take AR Hwy 103 north to AR Hwy 215, turn left.  The cemetery is  3.3 miles west, just off Hwy 215 on the left. It is fenced, maintained, and adjacent to the historic Yale Church. 

Name Birth Date Death Date Other Information
_____, Daniel C.  21 Sep 1875 9 Feb 1875 double marker Drowned [no surname given]
_____, Eliza J.  25 Jan 1878 9 Feb 1886 Drowned [no surname given]
_____, Infant  1862 or 1822
_____, Ruthie  _?_1899 1 Jul 1899 Grieve not dear ___ for thee 

_____, (Infant) 

no inscription
Acord, 
Acord, Annie  22 Oct 1920 3 Jun 1921 

Acord, Claud (M.)  11 Sep 1883 8 Oct 1883  

son of W. A. & N. L. 

Acord, John 1797 1866 b NC, d AR, m. 28 Jul 1819 [Check with the Caseys for exact inscription and stone.] 
Acord, Sarah Turner 1794 1865 b SC, d AR
Acord, Mrs. Lou  Mar 1857 Sep 1923 
Acord, Olevia M  2 Mar 1892 15 Aug 1950 
Acord, W. A. 15 Feb 1885 4 Feb 1950
Acord, W. A.  1853 1918 
Acord, Wm. A  1864 double marker
Acord, Sarah Hill 1851 1930
Acord, Wm. Gordon 1827 18 Mar 1864 Aged 37 yrs, Co K 2nd  AR Inf Vol, Civil War, Hus of Martha (Casey) Acord, dau of Turner & Sarah Casey
Bench, Benjamin F  30 Apr 1882 18 Sep 1883   son of W. H. & L. L. A., gone to Rest 
Bench Jennie Dale  20 Jan 1884 10 Nov 1884  

dau of J. D. & C. A. 

Benson, Charles C.  9 Sep 1927 21 Jun 1954   AR PFC 4011 Area SVC Unit WW II military marker
Benson, Harry O.  8 Feb 1886 20 Jun 1966

asleep in Jesus

Benson, Betha A.  1 May 1892 7 Mar 1966 
Casey, Moses T.  15 Sep 1872 29 Sep 1875

lengthy inscription

Casey, Turner Franklin 1804 c 1876 b  GA
Casey, Sarah Ann
(Clark)
Casey, John Turner 1879 1918 b AR  d  OK
Casey, Mary Jane
(Russell)
1878 1931
Clark, David H.  1879 1945

double marker

Clark, Minerva  1886 1960 spelling uncertain
Clark, Denver  1908 1909  son of Hent & Nerva 
Clark, Hetha M.  1832 1923 Grandmother marker 8 inches high
Cochran, A. J.  5 Jan 1842 2 Jan 1928 
Cochran, Elizabeth 15 Jan 1844 3 Sep 1927
Davis, Betsey Mooney  1806 1859
Davis, John H.  1800 1859 large memorial marker, pink, Davis was first settler of Mulberry. Cemetery on Davis Land. Memorial erected by Great Great Granddaughters 
Thelma Davis Smee, Virgie Forgis Wulff parents-in-Law of Turner Casey's daughters: Belvyryta & [_]
Davis, Martha C.  5 Nov 1849 28 Dec 1861 dau of S. N. & Joanna 
Davis, S. M.  2 Sep 1822 29 Dec 1861 lengthy inscription
Dickerson, John F.  14 Mar 1876 22 Apr 1962  m. 18 Aug 1895 double marker
Dickerson, Kate  27 Feb 1875 4 Oct 1925 
Dickerson, Martha  8 Jan 1841 29 Mar 1926 

Dickerson, Martha I.  8 Apr 1865 6 Aug 1899  wife of James W. Dickerson
Dickerson, T. J.  12 Jul 1838 15 Jul 1922  farewell my wife and children . . . 
English, Joana  25 Apr 1824 18 Jul 1904 dau of C. H. English & (G)sebbie English 
m. Sieborn Davis, 21 Jul 1843 
Eubanks, Albert   1 Jun 1879 23 Aug 1883 son of J. A. & Anne L., lamb 
Eubanks, Dora Clementine 20 Dec 1883 25 Aug 1884  dau of J. A. & Anna E.
Eubanks, Infant Dau.  1 Jul 1874 19 Jul 1874   dau of J. A. & Anna
Eubanks, (Louis)  15 Jan 1818 6 Mar 1891 hus. of S. F. McPhearson & Hus of Nancy (Casey) Eubanks, She was the daughter of Turner & Sarah (Clark) Casey
Evans, Beulah  19 Sep 1909

m. 26 Feb 1927, heart double marker

Evans, Reedy 4 Mar 1909 16 Jul 1981 Together forever
Evans, Elbye  23 Oct 1922 22 Mar 1924  Son of Mr. & Mrs. W. H. Evans, Our Darling
Eversole, Estera 21 Aug 1903 10 Aug 1928 stone 18 inches high
Frost, Kitty  15 Dec 1878 19 Mar 1879  dau of J. J. & Amanda 
Gibson,  Nancy Paralee "Pearl" (Hill) 16 Jun 1860 28 May 1936 wife of Moses Gibson (Unmarked grave, directly north of  
Russell Mobbs' grave, just left of west gate.)
Hill, Infant (footstone) J. H. H. 
Hill, Infant Daughters  18 Aug 1901 18 Aug 1901 daughters of A. W. & L. C. Hill, inscription
Hill, Infant  15 Apr 1880 

Infant Son of Marcus & Susan Hill

Hill, Jefferson D. 21 Jan 1862 13 Sep 1876 son of ____ & Melissa Hill 
Hill, Kimbrell  6 Jun 1818 3 Mar 1901  In my fathers house are [sic] married to Amanda Jones 11 Mar 1840. Served in Gordon's Rig. [sic] 2 Ark. Garrette Co. D. in War of 1861 C. H. Davis of Co. K. my horse was killed and fell on me. Kimbell Hill taken him off in Price rade at New Toney in 1864.  [Unclear whether this is an inscription or researcher's notes.]
Hill, Layfatte  15 Jun 1863 4 Mar 1919  Hus of Sarah C. Stewart who was
the dau of Belvyryta (Casey) & Joseph Stewart
Hill, Marcus  4 Jul 1826 23 Dec 1895  In memory of, "Come Ye blessed" 
Hill, Mark  1790 1878 Memorial to Mark Hill, b. NC - D. Johnson Co. Mulberry Tsp. Ark. military Serv. War 1812 at the battle of New Orleans. Cpt. WM Bault Co. of Inf 2nd Reg. W. TN militia. he his wife 6 sons and 1 daughter were earlier pioneers in this community. 
Hill, Obed  23 Jul 1888  11 Jan 1918 

Son of A.W. & L.C. Hill, "if you have a friend worth Loving, Love him, yes and let him know that you love him ere life's evening tinge is brown with sunset glow why should good words 'ner be said of a friend til he is dead.  Obed." [Check with the Caseys for exact inscription.] he and 3 others were murdered by a bank robber at  Camp Funston, Kan.

Hill, Susie Isabelle  24 Jul 1874 16 Feb 1953  double marker
Hill, Wm. Thomas  4 Jul 1875  15 Feb 1950 
Hughes, Eda A.  10 Apr 1891 3 Jan 1921 Mother, 2 feet high
Hunter, Mary 26 Apr 1838 25 Nov 18__ date could be 1888; stone, 3 feet tall
Isaac, Boy  double marker
Isaac, Boy
Jones, Amanda  5 Dec 1821  3 Dec 1908 
Karr, Claud  12 Feb 1883 10 Jan 1976  m. 7 May 1905 double marker
Karr, Cora Clark  15 Aug 1885  15 Apr 1918 
Karr, Josephus  2 Jul 1844  9 Jan 1913

inscription

Karr, Sarah E.  1848 1941
McAllister, Columbus E. 3 Mar 1887 13 Nov 1887  son of (J. U.) (H) & (N. L (I), dove [FS] C. E. M. parent's initials uncertain
Mitchell, Vickie Sue Stewart 12 Dec 1946 8 Mar 1976  World's Greatest Mom lengthy inscription
Mobbs, Russell  25 Feb 1935  Jul 1985 [Source of dates: SSDI]
Pierce, Baby 
Pierce, Baby
Pierce, Brit  1914 1946 TEC 5 US Army WW II 
[Pierce] Infant 
Pierce, James  1871 1923

Father, double marker

Pierce, Josie  1881 1945 Mother 
Pierce, (Lloyd) Andrew 11 Aug 1904 29 Jan 1947
Pierce, Mary E. 15 mo.
Ritchie, Isom 1817 1922 father of Miles & Wallace Ritchie
Ritchie, Miles  1849 1917 Husband of Vicy Jane, beloved father & grandfather 
Ritchie, Wallace C. 22 Dec 1885 4 Jan 1918 beloved father 
Russell, Mrs. M. E.  1859 1927
Russell, W. N.  1861 1924 
Stamps, Ewing I.  13 Jul 1890 17 Apr 1963 double marker 
Stamps, Myrtle M.  22 Feb 1890 28 Dec 1942 
Stamps, James E.  27 Sep 1913 20 Apr 1945 

Arkansas, PFC 337 Inf 85th Div WW II 

Stamps, Paul  3 Dec 1920 11 Dec 1931 
Stewart, Dau. 18 Aug (1876) (18) Jul (1886) Dau of E [or F] L. & E. C., white dove broken marker
Stewart, Garland Lee  24 Jul 1921 24 Jun 1984  US Army stone, white granite, flat,  Son of William T. & Martha
(Casey) Stewart
Stewart, George Washington 26 Feb 1903 3 Aug 1983  m 14 Mar 1926, heart double marker, flat gray granite,  Son of William T. & Martha Jane Stewart
Stewart, Sidney Susie (Mayfield)  22 Jun 1908 23 Dec 1982 Wife of George W. Stewart
Stewart, Joseph Henry  1840 1930  double marker
Stewart, Belvyrta "Ritty" 1841 1912  Wife of Joseph Stewart, dau of Turner & Sarah (Clark) Casey
Stewart, Infant  12 Mar 1901  12 Mar 1901  Infant of H. H. & D.A.
Stewart, Jennie Davis
Stewart, Joseph  1801 1870  b KY d AR 
Stewart, Martha Jane (Davis) 1805 1905 b GA, d  AR
Stewart, Thomas  A.D. 1863 28 Mar 1863 

erected by Mulberry Lodge #272  
member of Springhill Lodge #118  
erected A.D. 1886 stone 3 feet high, pointed, 2 inches thick

Stewart, Wm. Thomas 12 Jan 1882 9 Aug 1969 double marker, flat granite, Son of Belvyryta (Casey) and Joseph Steward grandson of Turner & Sarah Casey
Stewart, Martha Jane Russell 7 Jun 1885 6 Mar 1937 
Stewart William Walles 24 Nov 1875 4 (Jan)  1876  son of J. W. & L. U. 
Tipton, John Bradford  15 Oct 1889 25 Jan 1891 
Tipton, Joseph B.  22 Apr 1851 1 Sep 1899

Tipton, William Albert  26 Nov 1887 10 Sep 1895 
Vanover, Bessie  22 Jul 1888 7 May 1947 
Vanover, Curtis  26 Feb 1933 22 Aug 1941 

Sleep On 

Vanover, Harrison N.  16 May 1882 8 Feb 1979
Vanover, Margaret (Weatherby) ? 2000
Vanover, Lincoln R.  88. Lincoln R. Vanover, 1921 - 1983 
US Army WW II 
Vaught, Angie  1860 1894 wife of W. C. Vaught  
Vaught, William T.  17 Feb 1885 15 May 1885 son of W. C. & N. A.
Whorton, Vergie  15 Nov 1913 27 May 1916 Son of George & A. C., Gone but not Forgotten 
Yates, Fonzo  14 Jan 1876 19 Dec 1952  double marker
Yates, Maude 20 Dec 1883 28 May 1961 Gone but not Forgotten
Yates, Infant son  Jun 1943  son of Grover & Rinthie



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