BEAVERS, EVERT RAY - Baxter County, Arkansas | EVERT RAY BEAVERS - Arkansas Gravestone Photos

Evert Ray BEAVERS

Burnt School House Cemetery
Baxter County,
Arkansas

Husband of Beulah Daws Beavers
Son of William Riley & Sarah Amanda "Manda" Hutson Beavers

Born December 9, 1905, Advance, Baxter County, Arkansas
Died October 6, 1967, Mountain Home, Baxter County, Arkansas


The Baxter Bulletin
October 12, 1967
Everett Ray Beavers, 61, of Star Route, Norfork, a farmer and stockman of the Lone Rock Community in south Baxter County, died at a local hospital last Friday. He was a native an a lifetime resident of the county and was a member of the Lone Rock Baptist Church.
Funeral services were conducted at 2PM Monday at the Lone Rock Baptist Church with Rev. Troy Melton of Mt. Home officiating. Interment was in the Burnt School Cemetery, under the direction of the McClure Service.
Pallbearers were Jess Lantz, Garland Wood, Creed McFall, Mike Wilfle, Calude White and Lewis Bench. Honorary pallbearers were Granville Woods, Jewell Harris, Corbey Bench, Gene Pleasant, Keith Shelor, Carson Cockrum, Evertt Wilbur and Arlie Boyd.
The son of Riley and Amanda Hutson Beavers, Mr. Beavers was born at Advance on December 9, 1905. He was married to the former Beulah Dows, who survives. Other survivors include a son, Kenneth Beavers of Holden, MO; two daughters, Mrs. Jessie Wood and Mrs. Marsha Shelor, both of Indianapolis, IN; two brothers, Milton Beavers of Mt. Home and Albert Beavers of Memphis, TN; a sister, Mrs. Jewell Strater of Holden, MO; and eight grandchildren.
(From the files of Max Parnell.)

Contributed on 7/6/09 by maxparnell
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Submitted: 7/6/09 • Approved: 6/21/13 • Last Updated: 6/24/13 • R211077-G0-S3

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