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John HAMMONS

Austin (aka Cottage Hill) Cemetery
Benton County,
Arkansas

John
August 28, 1864 - April 24, 1932

*Obituary (as written)
Rogers Democrat
Thursday, May 5, 1932

HAMMONS, John - {from Clifty} John Hammons died at his home near Best, Ark. April 24, 1932 at the age of 67 years, 8 months. He was born in Clay county, Kentucky Aug. 28, 1864, a son of John and Mary Hammons. Mr. Hammons was united in marriage to Miss Lizzie Hubbard Oct. 20, 1880. To this union was born six children, of whom three are living, Will and Tom, and Ella Dutton, who were at his bedside with Mrs. Hammons when death came to relieve his intense suffering which he had borne with great patience since Aug. 6, 1931. He also leaves two brothers, Tom Hammons of McCurtain, Okla. and Will Hammons of Hindsville, Ark.; one sister, Mrs. D.B. Robinson of Burning Springs, Ky.; six grandchildren, three great grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends to mourn his loss. Mr. Hammons said he had made peace with his God and loved everybody and believed that he would meet his friends in the beautiful heaven that he could see in his dreams. Funeral service was conducted by Rev. Wiley Todd of Clifty and the body was laid to rest in Austin cemetery on April 25, 1932. We wish to thank our friends for their kindness and help during the long illness and death of our husband and father; also for the beautiful flowers. - Mrs. Hammons and children.

Lizzie
1865 - 1949

Married October 20, 1880

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Submitted: 10/1/09 • Approved: 2/5/14 • Last Updated: 2/8/14 • R242574-G242574-S3

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