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Liberty Cemetery (Redland Community) by Sandra F. Puckett (sandrapuckett28@yahool.com) on 2004-07-10 6:16 p.m.

Thank you so much for seeing to it that at the Liberty Cemetery(Redland Comm) the graves of John T. Beard and A. Beard were recognized. I have continued to search for documentation concerning this family. Please not Mrs. Amelia Wheeler's orbituary. John T. Beard was an honorary pallbearer, as one of the Confederate Veterans present. I wish that I could find more about his brothers, Samuel C., William M., sisters, Winney Elizabeth, Margaret Lydia, Nancy and mother and father Nancy Hay Beard and Berry Beard. No idea where they are buried. Nancy did not show up in the 1860 census in Ouachita Co. Berry was a land owner in the surrounding counties of Nevada. My sister and I visited Prescott 2003 and all the people are very friendly and cordial. We attended services at the Redland Community, LibertyChurch of the Nazarene. We both went away knowing that we had been to church. What a fine pastor!

      Berry Beard by Skip Mayorga (hamptonroadsrelics@hotmail.com) on 2005-03-26 11:32 p.m.

In my private email to you I erred. The cemetary I was referring to is the Lebanon Cemetary located wnw of Nevark. I ran a search on TerraServer and found it. It is less than a mile west of Nevark and about a half mile north of the present day highway.

Mr. Moreland died in 1861 and is burried here. This is also probably where Berry Beard is burried.

Skip

            NEVARK MAP by Sandra F. Puckett (sandrapuckett28@yahool.com) on 2005-03-30 9:12 p.m.

HELLO SKIP,

I GOT YOUR MESSAGE. GOT IT ALL CHECKED OUT. NOW, THE LEG WORK.


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