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Additional BLAKEMORE Surnames in ZION (SPRINGDALE) Cemetery
BLAKEMORE, Edmond LBLAKEMORE, FloraBLAKEMORE, Hugh EBLAKEMORE, Dudley LeeBLAKEMORE, James OrvilleBLAKEMORE, Audie TBLAKEMORE, Winnie DBLAKEMORE, JimmyBLAKEMORE, H EldonBLAKEMORE, Beulah FrancisBLAKEMORE (VETERAN CSA), James ExumBLAKEMORE, Mary AnnBLAKEMORE, Jessie LBLAKEMORE, Roy AllenMUNCY BLAKEMORE, Mary Ann
Additional BLAKEMORE Surnames in WASHINGTON County
BLAKEMORE, Calvin JesseBLAKEMORE, Calvin AuthorBLAKEMORE, Celina HBLAKEMORE, Celina ABLAKEMORE, Donie MyrtleBLAKEMORE, Eliza Jane LoveBLAKEMORE, EmelineBLAKEMORE, InfantBLAKEMORE, Jesse LeeBLAKEMORE, JohnnieBLAKEMORE, L DBLAKEMORE, LeeBLAKEMORE, Lula A. "Lulie"BLAKEMORE, Mary Ossie (Portrait)BLAKEMORE, Mary OssieBLAKEMORE, Maggie LeeBLAKEMORE, Mary LBLAKEMORE, Ollie BelleBLAKEMORE, Ralph C.BLAKEMORE, Roy JBLAKEMORE, SallieBLAKEMORE, Sadie EBLAKEMORE, Stephen ABLAKEMORE, Sylvia B.BLAKEMORE, Thomas JBLAKEMORE, William MarionBLAKEMORE, Will W
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Submitted: 10/10/12 • Approved: 5/18/21 • Last Updated: 5/21/21 • R765259-G765258-S3
Company K 34 Arkansas Infantry
Civil War Confederate
November 24, 1841* - December 29, 1915
*Obituary (Article) (as written)
1911 Arkansas Confederate Census
BLAKEMORE, James Exum, of Springdale, Arkansas, was born November 24, 1840 in Washington County, Arkansas, the son of Lee Cage Blakemore of Sumner County, Tennessee, who moved to Arkansas in 1832. He was the son of Thomas Blakemore of Tennessee. Maiden name of subject’s mother was Charlotte Johnson. It states that J.L. Blakemore, brother of subject, was in the Mexican War. J.E. Blakemore was a Democrat and a member of M.E. Church, South. He served in Company K, Arkansas Infantry under Captain A. Wilson, Col. Brooks, Major Pettigrew in Fagan’s Brigade, had three years service, in the battles of Prairie Grove, Helena, Jenkins Ferry, Camden, et cet., paroled at Fort Smith, Arkansas. He married Mary Ann Muncy, daughter of Luke and Jane Muncy, of Washington County, Arkansas on April 23, 1871. Their children are; Edmond Blakemore of Springdale; Jennie Blakemore Hodges of Hagoton, Kansas; Annie Blakemore Oreaton of Rhea, Arkansas; Mattie Blakemore Dixon of Helena, Arkansas; Mary Blakemore Harbour of Hugaton, Kansas; Vol Blakemore of Laverna, California; and Emma and Winnie Blakemore of Springdale, Arkansas.
February 16, 1851 - December 30, 1899
The Springdale News
Thursday, January 4, 1900
BLAKEMORE, Mary Ann MUNCY - Mrs. Blakemore, wife of J. E. Blakemore, residing some three miles southeast of town, passed away Sunday afternoon about five o'clock, after a lengthy illness. The remains were interred in the cemetery at Zion Tuesday at 12 o'clock, services being conducted by Rev. Lindsey, of Farmington. The deceased was 49 years of age, and together with her husband, had long resided in this section. She was a member of the South Methodist church, and was a good woman, highly esteemed, and loved by all who knew her. Besides a husband she leaves nine (?) children, three sons and four daughters, and the sympathy of their many friends goes out to them in the loss of one so dear.
Contributed on 10/10/12 by wfields55
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