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Four Winds Cemetery
Faulkner County,

The New England-style 700-square-foot chapel has seating for 40 to 50
people. The chapel pulpit was once used in the old Church of Christ at Robinson and
Center in Conway and the chapel pews are from the former University Church of
Christ at the corner of Donaghey and Bruce. The pulpit Bible belonged to Mrs. Ott’s
family; the table in the entrance hall belonged to her grandmother in Tennessee; the
oak halltree-bench came from the Noble Smith estate on Caldwell Street; and the
stone used in the posts for the brick wall are from the original Faulkner County
Courthouse constructed in 1877-78. The chapel will be available for weddings,
funerals, and small gatherings of a spiritual nature. Future plans for the area include
a perpetual care cemetery.

Contributed on 2/19/14 by hawkinsdonna
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Submitted: 2/19/14 • Approved: 2/20/14 • Last Updated: 2/23/14 • R983006-G0-S3

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