DRUMMOND (VETERAN CSA), J T - Bradley County, Arkansas | J T DRUMMOND (VETERAN CSA) - Arkansas Gravestone Photos

J T DRUMMOND (VETERAN CSA)

Oakland Cemetery
Bradley County,
Arkansas

Company E 9 Arkansas Infantry
Civil War Confederate
July 18, 1845 - December 13, 1907
Masonic Emblem

Served 1862 - 1865. Mrs Mary E Drummond applied for widows pension #22358 August 12, 1915 in Bradley County.
Source - "Arkansas Confederate Veterans & Widows Pension Applications" by Frances T Ingmire


J. Thomas Drummond was born in Tennessee, July 18, 1845, and died at his home in Warren, Ark.,
Dec. 16, 1909. He was married to Mary E. McClain, July 26, 1866, and together they lived in
peace and love for over forty years. To them were born seven children of whom only one is now
living. He served through the Civil War as Confederate soldier, entered the service when a
boy of sixteen. He was a Methodist, having united with the church in early life. Papa is with
us no more. Yet he speaketh by the example of the beautiful and noble life he lived before us.
No home was ever made sadder by the loss of its leader than ours for truly he did rule well
his own household, and no wa (sic) place is made vacant which never can be filled. To give
him up seemed almost more than mama and I could bear, yet we try to say, "Lord thy will be
done." To mama he was ever faithful and true, and to me he was a good father, indeed no girl
ever had a better one. I am thankful for his life, thankful that I bear his name, and pray
God to help me keep it spotless.

Photo provided by ashaw444@swbell.net

Contributed on 3/23/13 by murdockpat123
Email This Contributor

Suggest a Correction

Record #: 851115

To request a copy of this photo for your own personal use, please contact our state coordinator. If you are not a family member or the original photographer — please refrain from copying or distributing this photo to other websites.

Thank you for visiting the Arkansas Gravestone Photo Project. On this site you can upload gravestone photos, locate ancestors and perform genealogy research. If you have a relative buried in Arkansas, we encourage you to upload a digital image using our Submit a Photo page. Contributing to this genealogy archive helps family historians and genealogy researchers locate their relatives and complete their family tree.

Submitted: 3/23/13 • Approved: 1/31/20 • Last Updated: 2/3/20 • R851115-G0-S3

Users Online  |  Surnames  |  Other GPP Projects  |  Contact Us  |  Terms of Use  |  Site Map  |  Admin Login