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Julia Allie Alma Dell BURNS

Violet Hill Cemetery
Izard County,
Arkansas

Born October 4, 1878, Violet Hill, Izard County, Arkansas.
Died November 4, 1941, Franklin, Izard County, Arkansas.
Daughter of Thomas Hix Shadrack Beaver & Mary Elizabeth McCuistion Beaver.
Married James Bethiel Burns, January 3, 1904, Izard County, Arkansas.
Julia A. Beaver 25 of Violet Hill, Arkansas

Calico Rock Progress, Calico Rock, Arkansas, November 21, 1941:

Mrs. Allie Burns of Franklin Passes Away

Mrs. Allie Burns, aged 63, of Franklin, died at her home Friday morning, following a long illness. Her death was not unexpected. She was born and reared in this county.

Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon, services being conducted by Rev. Delbert Garrett of Melbourne. Interment was in Violet Hill cemetery.

She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Hugh Cooper of Salem and Mrs. Oma Taylor of Oxford, and one son Earl Burns of Wiseman. Several sisters, including Mrs. A. W. Smith of Calico Rock, also survive.

(Photo courtesy of Vera Reeves)

Contributed on 5/2/11 by maxparnell
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Submitted: 5/2/11 • Approved: 5/2/11 • Last Updated: 8/4/12 • R518652-G518652-S3

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