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*BUTTRAM CHAPEL CEMETERY

Buttram Chapel Cemetery
Benton County,
Arkansas

GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 36.4411, Longitude: -94.08868

Located approx. 2 miles east of Pea Ridge on Lee Town Road (intersection of Hwy 94 & 72), on the south side of Lee Town Road intesection with Guthrie Road.

Stokes, General Scott
PRIVATE
Company F 15 Arkansas Infantry
Civil War Confederate
Unknown - January 27, 1900

*Obituary
Rogers Democrat
Thursday, February 1, 1900

We received this week a notice from F.M. Seamster of the death of G.S. Stokes, who died at Gravett on January 27 at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. A.Z.(sic) Dunagin. He was buried at Buttram graveyard, one mile south of Avoca. He was an ex-Confederate. He leaves four children, Laura Maxwell of Rogers; Mrs. J.R.(sic) Dunagin and Miss Anna E Stokes of Gravett; and S.T. Stokes of Abilene, Texas.

Woodard, A H
Company I 3 Texas Cavalry
Civil War Confederate
1832 - February 22, 1924

WOODARD, A.H. - A.H. Woodard, the oldest resident of Pea Ridge, died at his home in that place on Friday, February 22, 1924. Had he lived until next July he would have been 92 years old. His wife passed away about four years ago. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the M.E. church, Revs. Lark and Carnahan officiating. Burial was made at Buttram's chapel. Mr. Woodard was born in Alabama in 1832. He was an old Confederate soldier and came to Pea Ridge from Charleston, Ark. about 20 years ago. He is survived by two sons, Z.Z. and E.L. Woodard of Pea Ridge and one daughter, Mrs. Nellie Sanders of Proctor, Okla.

Contributed on 6/18/08 by wfields55
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Record #: 29456

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Submitted: 6/18/08 • Approved: 3/31/17 • Last Updated: 4/3/17 • R29456-G0-S3

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