PACE (VETERAN CSA), JAMES DEAN - Benton County, Arkansas | JAMES DEAN PACE (VETERAN CSA) - Arkansas Gravestone Photos

James Dean PACE (VETERAN CSA)

Pace's Chapel aka New Pace Chapel (Avoca-Garfield) Cemetery
Benton County,
Arkansas

PRIVATE
Company F 35 Arkansas Infantry
Civil War Confederate
July 9, 1835 - October 8, 1906
Born In Giles Co Tenn

*Obituary
Rogers Democrat
Wednesday, October 10, 1906

J. Dean Pace died Monday noon at one o'clock at his home one mile southwest of Rogers. Death was the immediate result of an operation for an old trouble of years standing but which failed to give the necessary relief. Mr. and Mrs. Pace had been visiting with their sons at Grove for a week past and returned home Thursday evening. Saturday morning Mr. Pace was suddenly afflicted and the operation was performed that evening by Drs. Pickens and Cargile. Funeral services were held at Pace's Chapel, six miles east of Rogers, yesterday afternoon at two o'clock and were conducted by Rev. Isaac Rice. Mr. Pace was one of the oldest settlers in this part of Benton county and was among our best known and most respected citizens. He was a native of Tennessee and lacked just one day of being seventy-one years and three months old. In 1852 he came to Benton county but later went back to Tennessee, returning to this section in 1857. He settled on a farm east of here on Prairie Creek and there he resided for 42 years, selling about five years ago and moved to the farm where he died. Mr. Pace was twice married, his second wife being Mrs. Caroline Israel, who survives him. By his first wife he had two sons, Tom Pace of Antlers, I.T. and R.P. Pace of Rogers. By his second wife he had five children, four of whom are still living: A.S. and J.F. Pace of Grove; Mrs. S.W. Allen and C.C. Pace of Rogers. By his death the community has lost a valued friend and neighbor, his wife a loving and kind husband, and his children a beloved counselor and example.

Source: Sons of Confederate Veterans, Benton County Arkansas 2009

Contributed on 10/2/08 by wfields55
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Record #: 70398

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Submitted: 10/2/08 • Approved: 3/28/16 • Last Updated: 3/31/16 • R70398-G0-S3

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