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Entrance & Directions *MOUNTAIN VALLEY CEMETERY

Mountain Valley (aka Fowler, aka New Mt. Pleasant ) Cemetery
Garland County,
Arkansas

Mountain Valley Cemetery is across the street from
Mountain Valley Baptist Church
400 W. Glazypeau Road
Hot Springs Village, AR 71909
(Mountain Valley, AR)

On W. Glazypeau Road, one-half mile west of Highway 7, about three miles south of Hot Springs Village, Garland County, Arkansas. There is no sign for the cemetery, which has over 500 interments.

BURIAL RELOCATION INFORMATION
"Many probably buried in Montgomery Co., but the county line changed so cemeteries ended up in Garland Co. AR after 1917."
"Garland County cemeteries from the north side of the Lake Ouachita site were relocated by the Army Corps of Engineers between 28 June 1952 and 25 July 1952 before the area was inundated with water. Since the dam was talked about in the 1930s many started burying elsewhere before all this took place. Most of those from Cedar Glades went to the small Mount Valley Cemetery, originally Fowler Cemetery, near Hot Springs. It grew with the additions of the grave removals from the Buckville area, and many families of those descendants bury there today. All were removed a coffee can of dirt at a time. Only recent graves were actually moved by the Corps of Engineers. We found also that many markers were never actually moved either."
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~armontgo/relocatedcem.htm
(accessed 11/2008)
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Contributed on 11/14/08 by mitzibitzi2
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Record #: 101812

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Submitted: 11/14/08 • Approved: 10/26/14 • Last Updated: 10/29/14 • R101812-G0-S3

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