BEAVERS, SARAH AMANDA "MANDA" - Baxter County, Arkansas | SARAH AMANDA "MANDA" BEAVERS - Arkansas Gravestone Photos

Sarah Amanda "Manda" BEAVERS

Burnt School House Cemetery
Baxter County,
Arkansas

Wife of William Riley Beavers.
Daughter of Asberry B. & Frances Hudson Hutson.
Born Advance, Baxter County, Arkansas February 21, 1884.
Died Mountain Home, Baxter County, Arkansas, November 12, 1963.
Married Baxter County, Arkansas, April 18, 1901.

Obituary
Mrs. Sarah Amanada Beavers, aged 79, of Norfork Star Route, died November 12, in a local hospital following an extended illness. Funeral services were held November 14, at the Burnt Schoolhouse, near Lone Rock, and interment was in the Burnt Cemetery under the direction of the Roller-McClure Funeral Service. Rev. Dale Barnett of Yellville was officiating minister.
Mrs. Beavers, a lifetime resident of Baxter County, was born at Advance on February 21, 1884, the daughter of Asbery B. Hutson and Francis Hutson. She was the widow of W.R. Beavers, who died January 9, 1956. She was a resident in the Lone Rock community, in the south part of Baxter County, and a member of the Church of Christ.
Survivors include five sons, Albert of Memphis, TN, Everett of Norfork, Clarence of Madill, OK, Melton of Bongkok, Thailand, and Seth of Oakland, CA; a daughter Mrs. Jewel Strader of Holden, MO; 16 grandchildren; 24 great grandchildren; a brother, Lawrence Hutson of Basile, LA; and three sisters, Mrs. Anna Clark of Okmulgee, OK, Mrs. May Finley of Norfork and Mrs. Alma Post of Okmulgee.
A son Gwinfall preceded Mrs. Beavers in death.
(From the files of Max Parnell.)

Contributed on 7/1/09 by maxparnell
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Record #: 210106

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