WALKER DEASON, CYNTHIA JANE - Benton County, Arkansas | CYNTHIA JANE WALKER DEASON - Arkansas Gravestone Photos


Avoca (aka Buttram aka Capps) Cemetery
Benton County,

December 16, 1837 - October 14, 1917

*Obituary (as written)
Rogers Democrat
Thursday, October 18, 1917

DEASON, Cynthia Jane WALKER - (from Oak Hill} Mrs. Cynthia Jane Walker Deason, widow of the late Uncle Hone Deason, died Sunday at her home west of town at the age of 79 years, 9 months and 27 days. Funeral services were held at the Pleasant Hill church Monday afternoon and were conducted by Rev. O.A. Greenleaf, pastor of the Baptist church of Rogers. A large number of friends and relatives were present to bear the last testimony to the many splendid virtues of this good woman. Cynthia Jane Walker was born in Bedford Co., Tenn. December 17, 1837 and with her parents she came to Benton county in 1851, her father, Buck Walker, settling on Pea Ridge. She married Hone Deason and to them were born five children, four of whom are still living, Mrs. Ella Maxwell of Miami, Okla. and Robert, Newt and William Deason, all of this county. Together with her husband she joined the Pleasant Hill Baptist church where she held her membership until she died. She was one of the most faithful attendants and was in her seat at the church whenever it was possible.

Rogers Democrat
Wednesday, October 17, 1917

{from Pleasant Hill} The body of Mrs. Cynthia Deason was brought to this place Monday for burial at the Capps graveyard. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Greenleaf of Rogers. Aunt Cynthia, as she was known to us, spent her entire life in this vicinity until the last few years which she has lived with her son, Robt. Deason, near New Hope. She was loved by all who knew her.

Contributed on 5/24/12 by judyfrog
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Submitted: 5/24/12 • Approved: 7/19/14 • Last Updated: 7/22/14 • R697831-G697830-S3

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