SMALL (VETERAN WWI), WILLIAM LESLIE - Baxter County, Arkansas | WILLIAM LESLIE SMALL (VETERAN WWI) - Arkansas Gravestone Photos

William Leslie SMALL (VETERAN WWI)

Norfork Cemetery
Baxter County,
Arkansas

Arkansas
PRIVATE US Army
World War I
June 7, 1896-February 11, 1969


Born Ash Flat, Arkansas
Died Mountain Home, Arkansas
Son of Andrew Jackson "Jack" & Martha Louvina "Vinnie" Starrett Small
Married Nellie Ruth Puckett December 13, 1919

*Obituary
The Baxter Bulletin
February 13, 1969
Funeral services are scheduled for 2PM tomorrow (Friday) for Leslie Small, 72, a retired farmer of Norfork who died Tuesday at a local hospital.
Rev O.I. Ford, pastor of the East Side Baptist Church of Mt. Home, will officiate at the service at the Norfork Baptist Church. Interment will be in the Norfork Cemetery, with the McClure Service in charge of arrangements.
Mr. Small was born at Ash Flat (Sharp County) on June 7, 1896, the son of Jack and Vina Starrett Small. He was a lifetime resident of this area, a member of the Baptist Church and an Army veteran of World War I. He was married to Nellie Ruth Puckett on Dec 13, 1919, and they were the parents of three children.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Nellie Ruth Small of Norfork; a son, Zion Small of St. Louis, MO; two daughters, Mrs. Lillian Burks of Lees Summit, MO and Mrs. Martha Lafferty of Independence, MO; two brothers, John R. Small of Junction City, KS and Zion Small of Norfork; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Simpson and Mrs. Anna Weatherford, both of Norfork and Mrs. Ruby Dobbs of Little Rock; 24 grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
(From the files of Max Parnell.)

Contributed on 4/13/09 by maxparnell
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Record #: 178642

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Submitted: 4/13/09 • Approved: 12/9/14 • Last Updated: 12/12/14 • R178642-G0-S3

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