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Orla W KINCAID (VETERAN WWI)

Oakley Chapel (Rogers) Cemetery
Benton County,
Arkansas

Arkansas
PRIVATE US Army
World War I
January 29, 1894 - June 16, 1936

*Obituary
The Benton County Democrat
Thursday, June 18, 1936

ORLA KINCAID DIED AT HIS HOME AT NOON TUESDAY

Funeral services for Orla Kincaid, 42-year-old World War veteran, who died suddenly about noon on Tuesday, June 16th, 1936, at his farm home near Centerton, were held at 4:30 o’clock Wednesday afternoon at the Bethlehem Baptist Church west of Centerton, conducted by the Rev. F. R. Rice, Baptist minister of Springdale. Burial was in Oakley Chapel cemetery southeast of Bentonville, with military honors accorded him by the American Legion Post at Gravette, of which he was a member.

Although Mr. Kincaid had been an invalid for 12 years, his sudden death came unexpectedly.

He was born in Newton County, Arkansas, January 29th, 1894. On Jan. 29th, 1923, he married Miss Viola Graves, the younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.B. Graves of Bentonville. The ceremony was solemnized at the Bentonville Presbyterian Church. They have since lived at his farm near Centerton the greater part of the time.

Besides his wife he is survived by one 12-year-old son, Edwin B. Kincaid; and by his mother, Mrs. Helen Kincaid, two brothers, Jewett and Bertie, and one sister, Miss Gertie Kincaid, all to the Centerton community; and by another sister, Miss Eunice Kincaid of Maysville, this state.

Contributed on 3/6/09 by wfields55
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Record #: 164069

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Submitted: 3/6/09 • Approved: 7/29/14 • Last Updated: 8/1/14 • R164069-G0-S3

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