ALLRED, MARY L - Benton County, Arkansas | MARY L ALLRED - Arkansas Gravestone Photos

Mary L ALLRED

Martin (Larue) Cemetery
Benton County,
Arkansas

WH
June 11, 1840 - March 8, 1925

*Obituary
Rogers Democrat
Thursday, March 12, 1925

ALLRED, William H. - W.H. Allred, for many years one of the best known citizens of Walnut township, died Sunday in Rogers at the age of 84 years, seven months and 28 days, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. M.S. Hegwood, on North 2nd. He was laid to rest in the Martin cemetery at Larue Monday March 9th, his old friend and neighbor, Rev. G.C. Bland, conducting the services. W.H. Allred was born in Randolph County, North Carolina June 11, 1840. He moved to Benton county in 1881, arriving here when the Frisco railroad had just reached Seligman on its way south. He located in Walnut township, near Larue, where he lived until two years ago when he sold his farm and had since made his home with his children. He professed a hope in Christ when a young man following the plow. He was married to Martha Ann Moon March 28, 1867. To this union were born three children: J.W. Mired of Larue, and Z.M. Allred and Mrs. M.S. Hegwood of Rogers, who were present at their mother's death March 31, 1888. They were also at the bedside of their father at the home of Mrs. Hegwood where he passed away Sunday. In 1893 he was married to Mrs. Mary Pittillo, who, after being afflicted 18 years, passed away March 27, 1919. Mr. Allred is also survived by sixteen grandchildren and seventeen great-grandchildren. He was a faithful husband, a kind and loving father. He showed a great patience in his aged years, always kind and never a murmur escaped his lips. He was honored and loved by all who knew him.

*Obituary
Benton County Democrat
Thursday, March 12, 1925

William H. Allred, aged 80 years, died Sunday afternoon at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Marion Hegwood, in Rogers after a short illness. He was buried Monday near his old home at Larue by the side of his wife who died a few years ago. Besides his daughter he is survived by two sons, Malcolm and John W, the former living at Rogers, the latter at Larue.

*Obituary
Benton County Democrat
Thursday, March 12, 1925

(from Glade} We are sorry to relate the death of W.H. Allred who died March 8th. He was 84 years old. Mr. Allred moved from North Carolina to this state some 40 years ago and has lived in this part of the country ever since. He was a prominent and well known settler of Benton county. He is survived by three children, J.W., M., and Mrs. Ellen Hegwood. He was laid to rest in the Martin cemetery. The funeral services were conducted by the Rev. G.C. Bland. The bereaved family have the sympathy of the entire neighborhood.

Mary
June 5, 1847 - March 27, 1919

*Obituary (as written)
Rogers Democrat
Thursday, April 3, 1919

ALLRED, Mary REYNOLDS Patillo - Mary Reynolds was born June 6, 1847 and departed this life March 27, 1919 at her home near Larue. Mary professed a hope in Christ when young and united with the M.E. Church, South of which she remained a faithful member until death. She was married to James Patillo in 1870 and to this union were born seven children, five of whom are still living. Mr. Patillo having died in 1886 she was married to W.H. Allred in 1893. For the past 18 years she has been an invalid and the last few years of that time she was almost as helpless as an infant and during these years of affliction her husband has cared for her with patience and care that could not be excelled. Burial was at Martin cemetery March 28th. There were a host of friends and relatives there to pay the last tribute of respect.

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