African American cemetaries? by George Wise (firstname.lastname@example.org bounced) on 2004-01-11 1:47 p.m.
Does anyone have information on which cemetaries were considered African-American cemetaries around the 1840-1900 timeframe?
African-American Cemeteries in Nevada County Arkansas
by Derek Keith Rodgers, Sr. (email@example.com bounced) on 2005-06-26 9:54 p.m.|
I know that Providence Azor Cemetery in Bodcaw and Clevet Springs cemeteries are African-Americans. A majority of my ancestors are buried in them; with Azor being the main one through Hicks Funeral Home. Frederick Loudermilk (I believe) is the care taker of the Azor Cemetery.
by T. Harris (firstname.lastname@example.org) on 2005-09-26 5:26 p.m.|
I'm researching the Henry and Sally (Currie) Loudermilk family...any connection to your line??
by juanita hopson (email@example.com) on 2005-07-09 11:23 a.m.|
I know of one, it is in the community of Boughton, Ar. The name is Washington Hill Cemetery it is off hwy 67 turning left onto Rd #220 going north about 1.5 miles, the cemetery is on the left.
The oldest grave there that can be read is dated 1894. We believe there are some older but parts are so overgrown that it is impossible to get in thare and look.
This cemetery is affiliated with The Macedonia Baptist Church in Boughton.
There are others that are also affiliated with Black Churches in the Nevada co area.
by Derek Rodgers, Sr. (BJENE701@peoplepc.com) on 2005-07-16 3:10 p.m.|
I would like to know if you are any relation to the HOPSON/JACKSON/DEMPSEY of Nevada and/or Hempstead counties, AR?
Derek K. Rodgers, Sr.
by Derek Keith Rodgers, Sr. (BJENE701@peoplepc.com) on 2005-07-16 3:49 p.m.|
Could you be any relation to the HOPSON/JACKSON/DEMPSEY of Nevada and/or Hempstead Counties, AR?
Derek K. Rodgers, Sr.
by juanita hopson (firstname.lastname@example.org bounced) on 2005-08-26 1:44 p.m.|
My husbands mother was a Jackson before marriage, she married Oscar Hopson, the Dempseys also married into the Hopson family. Are you related? If so lets talk.
by JO DEMPSEY FOSTER (email@example.com) on 2010-12-21 10:17 a.m.|
I am a direct descendant of the Frank H. Dempsey family of Nevada and Hempstead county Arkansas.
But, I do not know my great grandfather's name, could be John or James Dempsey.
Do you have any information on this family you would like to share.
I think my grandfather was born 1876-1883 . He married Mary B. Fincher.
I will await your reply.
Jo Dempsey Foster
by JOSEPHINE DEMPSEY FOSTER (firstname.lastname@example.org) on 2011-01-20 5:14 p.m.|
seeking info on the Dempsey family of Bodcaw, Ar. , My father. Alton Dempsey was born there, his father was Frank Henry Dempsey. I need to know Frank;s father's name, He would be my great grandfather.
Please share if you habve info on this family.
J. Dempsey foster
by JOSEPHINE DEMPSEY FOSTER (email@example.com) on 2011-06-03 3:44 p.m.|
I have a marriage license for Malley Dempsey and Susie Jones..Dated June, 22 1901..
I understand this man was black. I was given the license by mistake when I was in Nevada county, Ar. retrieving licnse for my grandfather. also a Dempsey.
Would like to get this to the rightful owners. ( No cost, only postage )
please reply to the email address if this is your relatives.
Thank you, sincerely, Josephine Dempsey Foster
by JOSEPHINE FOSTER DEMPSEY (firstname.lastname@example.org) on 2011-01-04 11:44 a.m.|
I AM A DIRECT DESCENDANT OF THE DEMPSEY FAMILY, ALSO THE JACKSON FAMILY.
MY FATHER WAS A.T. DEMPSEY, BORN IN ROSSTON, ARK. 1910- SON OF FRANK HENRY DEMPSEY AND MARY B. FINCHER DEMPSEY
MY MOTHER WAS - MARY KINDRICK, DAUGHTER OF WILLIAM D. KINDRICK AND ELLA JACKSON OF THE HEMPSTEAD COUNTY AREA.
I WOULD LOVE TO FIND MORE INFO REGARDING THESE FAMILIES.
by Derek K. Rodgers, Sr. (DKRodgers37@yahoo.com) on 2012-04-28 6:57 p.m.|
yes, I am related to the Hopson/Jackson/Dempsey/Jones/Wesley/Jones/Smith/ Loudermilk/Scot/King/Flemings/etc.
Washington Hill Cemetery
by Martha Ann Murphy-Pitts (email@example.com) on 2006-03-06 9:24 p.m.|
Hello, My Dad and his family are buried there. I also have a brother and cousins living in Prescott. I will be visiting Prescott hopefully this year 2006.
Read the description of the cemeteries and they will tell you if they are Black or not
by Betty Gary (firstname.lastname@example.org) on 2007-06-19 10:33 p.m.|
If you read the description on the cemetery list you will find the one that are Black. Union Grove and Sweet Home are Black and a part of DeAnn cemetery is Black
African American cemetaries?
by lyndia (jprof) on 2011-09-29 8:29 a.m.|
never heard of the cemeteries listed. in the area aroung prescott most blacks are buried at washington hill in boughton, snell in emmet, deann in prescott, craven has a few-most unmarked. then there is green hill and antioch near blevins and the name of the one in okolona escapes me. deann has 3 sections-the old/early, then the segregated section where blacks are buried and still are if you already have a lot and the "new" section that is intergrated. There's another around Laneburg, but I know little about lower nevada county