BOONE  (VETERAN 1812), JAMES MONROE - Washington County, Arkansas | JAMES MONROE BOONE  (VETERAN 1812) - Arkansas Gravestone Photos

James Monroe BOONE (VETERAN 1812)

Boone (aka Dr James Monroe Boone) (Greenland) Cemetery
Washington County,
Arkansas

US Army
War Of 1812
December 12, 1788 - June 11, 1856

Aged 68 Year

Dr. James Boone, was born in North Carolina, December 12, 1788,
and was a soldier of the War of 1812; died June 11, 1856. Dr. Boone was
beaten to death, reportedly by slaves. More on this story at:
http://www.nwaonline.net/articles/2007/05/06/news/050607azdphistoryexp.txt

His wife Sophia Boone, reared a family of five children: Daniel T. Beya. F. E. Bernoulli, Cornelia, Veleria and Lafayette. James & Sophia with their children came to Arkansas in the spring of 1830, and settled in Washington County, where they spent the remainder of their days.

"He, James Boone, was chosen and served as a delegate from said county in the territorial convention that framed the first constitution of the State of Arkansas, he being a second blood cousin of the noted Indian fighter of Kentucky fame, Daniel Boone".

CC NOTE: Sources for the information above on Dr. James Boone can be found in "Biographical & Historical Memoirs of Northwest Arkansas" by Goodspeed Publishing Company, pages: 147, 170-171, 191-192, 917. (I have book in my personal collection).

Biography: http://drmuseum.net/hall-of-honor/boone-james-monroe-m-d/

*Photo taken and submitted by volunteer Debbie Jordon, December 2008.

Contributed on 12/19/08 by reachdebbie
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Record #: 125559

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Submitted: 12/19/08 • Approved: 5/30/15 • Last Updated: 6/2/15 • R125559-G0-S3

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