STEWART, CURTIS - Baxter County, Arkansas | CURTIS STEWART - Arkansas Gravestone Photos

Curtis STEWART

Norfork Cemetery
Baxter County,
Arkansas

Around 1902
March 10, 1921 Little Rock, Arkansas

*Obituaries
The Baxter Bulletin
February 18, 1921
Curt Steward, who was run over by a train at the coal chute near Guion and who had his leg severely crushed had the leg amputated Saturday at Little Rock. Several fingers on his right hand had to be taken off. A message received Sunday morning states that he survived the operation all right and is resting easy. He was employed by the Missouri Pacific at the coal chute.

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The Calico Rock Progress
March 18, 1921
Curtis Stewart, a young man of Norfork, who was severely injured in an accident at Guion a few weeks ago died on Thursday of last week at St. Vincent's Infirmary at Little Rock as a result of his injuries. His remains arrived at Norfork Saturday and were buried at that place.
Up to the time of the accident the young man was employed at the coal chute at Guion. A train was setting out some cars there and he stepped off the main track to get out of the way of the engine and got onto the switch track just in time to get struck by a moving car which passed entirely over him, mangling an arm and a leg. He was rushed to the hospital at Little Rock where his foot was amputated. he was in very serious condition since that time and but little hope could be entertained for his recovery.

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The Baxter Bulletin
March 25, 1921
Curtis Stewart of this place, who was hurt by a train at Guion some time ago died in a hospital at Little Rock, Thursday morning. He was brought back and buried in the Norfork Cemetery, Saturday evening. Rev. Black of Cotter conducted the funeral services.
(From the files of Max Parnell.)

Contributed on 4/13/09 by maxparnell
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Submitted: 4/13/09 • Approved: 12/5/14 • Last Updated: 12/8/14 • R178660-G0-S3

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