From Baker's store in Glenwood take highway 70 E. towards Hot Springs
for 3.4 miles. Turn right onto McGrew Road and go .7 miles. Cemetery
is located on private property on a hill enclosed by a fence. Cemetery
list obtained from Alice Shirley and submitted by Richard Rodgers on
December 22, 1999.
5 unidentified graves marked with stone and crosses.
??, ??, b. 1865, d. 1873, Yound Black Male. Orphan from Mississippi.
Came with William David Toland family in 1871.
ADAMS, Icie, b. 1911, d. 1912, infant daughter of Thomas and
Ludie Featherston Adams
ADAMS, Ludie Featherston, b. 12/13/1891 d. 7/11/1911, daughter
of L. Green and Lydia Newcomb Featherston
ADAMS, Oscar, b. 1907, d. 1913, son of Thomas and Ludie Featherston
FEATHERSTON, Frankie E., b. 1885, d. 1886, son of son of L. Green
and Lydia Newcomb Featherston
FEATHERSTON, Herman E., b. 4/27/1908, d. 10/24/1908
GOLDEN, Drucilla Stone, b. 1815, d. before 1880, born in Tennessee
GOLDEN, William, b. 1811, d. 1/1/1874, son of William and Mary
Polly Turner Golden. Civil War Veteran , Union Army, Co D. 4th Arkansas
NEWCOMB, Clingman, b. 1856, d. before 1870, son of Thomas James
and Lydia Markham Newcomb.
NEWCOMB, George W., b. 12/31/1835, d. 12/12/1862, son of Thoma
J. and Sarah Ann Golden Newcomb. Civil War Veteran - CSA - Adams Reg,
Co 3, 2nd Brigade, Ark. Inf.
NEWCOMB, Lydia Josephine, b. 4 /14/1890, d. 4/25/1897, daughter
of Frank and Sarah Lee Lankford Newcomb.
NEWCOMB, Lydia Markham, b. 1811, d. 9/1888, Born in Tennessee.
Wife of Thomas James Newcomb. Daughter of Thomas and Lydia Brakefield
NEWCOMB, Martha Ann, b. 6/7/1886, d. 6/29/1894, daughter of Frank
and Sara Lee Newcomb.
NEWCOMB, Sarah Ann Golden, b. 1/22/1841, d. 10/26/1906, wife
of Thomas J. Newcomb. Daughter of William and Drucilla Golden.
NEWCOMB, Thomas J., b. 12/12/1837, d. 2/19/1895, son of Thomas
James and Lydia Markham Newcomb. Civil War Veteran. CSA - Co H. - 23rd
Reg, Ark. Inf.
NEWCOMB, Thomas James, b. 1809, d. 1871, Born in Kentucky. Husband
of Lydia Markham Newcomb. Father of George W.; Thomas J.; and Clingman.
United States Army from 1832 to 1833, Jessie Bean's Mounted Rangers.
RAY, William Malvin, b. 12/26/1899, d. 1/8/1914, son of Lee Roy
and Josephine Newcomb Ray.
WILHITE, Stephen Ray, b. 11/25/1953, d. 2/3/1996, son of Fred
G. and Billye Newcomb Wilhite.