Greene Family Cemetery
Ouachita County, Arkansas
Contributed by Benita Green Payne, March 26, 2000 [Hetana71638@aol.com]. Total records = 16.
Greene Family Cemetery
Located 3 miles west of Stephens,
in Ouachita County, Arkansas
Surveyed by Roy Richard Green and Benita Green Payne in 1983
The Greene family came from North Carolina, lived in Georgia for a number of years, then migrated to Ouachita County, Arkansas in 1845. They were one of the first settlers in the area that later became Stephens, Arkansas. They had a large farm where they raised cattle, corn and cotton as their main crops.Green, Anna J., b.Oct. 29, 1873, d.June 13, 1879, Not gone from memory, not gone from love, But gone to my father, in heaven above
There are also two unreadable headstones in the cemetery. The names are documented here. Some of the Greenes had an "e" on the end, some did not.
Green, Baby, b.July 22, 1906, d.Aug. 15, 1906 child of D.M. and S. A. Green, At Rest
Green, D. W., b.Mar. 11, 1883, d.Aug. 23, 1907 Gone but not forgotten
Green, Estelle, b.April 27, 1831, d.Oct. 31, ____ ?, could not read
Green, Frances Ann, b.Aug. 3, 1824, d.Aug. 29, 1899
Green, Louis E., b.Aug. 24, 1894, d.June 2, 1909 At Rest
Greene, W.F., b.Oct. 11, 1817, d.Feb.7, 1901, His toils are past his work is done, he fought the fight, the victory won.
Greene, Eliza S., b.Feb. 12, 1833, d.April 15, 1898, Wife of W.F. Greene, This table erected by children dear, She is not dead but sleeping here.
Greene, Elizabeth A., b.Sept. 24, 1826, d.July 7, 1913, Gone but not forgotten
Greene, Esther, b.Feb. 21, 1792,, d.Aug. 20, 1866, Sacred to the memory of
Greene, Linton J., b.1816, d.Feb. 20, 1867, 51 years, 1 mo. 16 days, Erected to his memory by his affectionate sister, Elizabeth A. Green. He was not forgotten in his last hours and will not be forgotten by her.
Greene, S.W., b.Nov. 4, 1835,, d.Aug. 22, 1905, May he find joy in the life everlasing
Greene, Simon, b.Jan. 22, 1788, d.June 25, 1855, Sacred to the memory of
Lamberts, T., b.1858, d.1900 husband of M. E. Lamberts, The rose may fade the lily die, But flowers immortal bloom on high.
Rowe, S. J., b.July 23, 1844, d.June 1, 1909, Prepare to meet us in Heaven
Rowe, T. J., b.Mar. 29, 1836, d.July 8, 1909, Prepare to meet us in Heaven
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