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Haygood Cemetery Records
Amity, Clark County, Arkansas

Lat: 34° 15' 35"N, Lon: 93° 27' 52"W
T? R23W Sec 33

Contributed by Richard Rodgers, Sep 08, 1999, last edited Nov 19, 2007 [rerodgers@windstream.net].  Total records = 15.

From the circle in Amity, take Highway 8 W one block to Mountain Street. Turn left onto Mountain Street and go .4 of a mile. Cemetery will be on the right side of the road.

This cemetery has not been kept up and a lot of the stones are broken and not readable. These are the ones that I could make out. The last burial in this cemetery was in 1892.

When I first read this cemetery in 1999, I was informed that its name was Mill Creek Cemetery. Since that time a sign has been erected stating the name is Haygood Cemetery.

I read this cemetery on Sep 06, 1999, updated Nov 18, 2007.

- Richard Rodgers

Adams, Sarah M., b. 1 Dec 1846, d. 16 May 1880, w/o G. M. Adams.
Bayne, Lula F., b. 5 Feb 1859, d. 15 Sep 1885
Curtis, P., b. 1818 in CT, d. 22 Aug 1884
Haygood, Carrie Florence, b. 1881, d. 5 Oct 1882, d/o T. C. Haygood
Haygood, Jody, b. No date, d. 5 yrs in age, d/o W. B. & M. P. Haygood
Haygood, Margh, b. 1 Oct 1869, d. 2 Aug 1885, d/o T. C. & M. J. Haygood
Haygood, Martha J., b. 18 Oct 1840, d. 3 Oct 1875
Haygood, Matilda P., b. 19 Mar 1809 , d. 8 Jul 1874, w/o William B. Haygood
Haygood, Rufus S., b. 15 Jul 1805, d. 17 Dec 1832
Haygood, T. C., b. 1 Aug 1840, d. 29 Mar 1885
Haygood, William B., b. 25 Mar 1809, d. 10 May 1876
Haygood, William W., b. 4 Sep 1842, d. 12 Jan 1867, son of William B. Haygood
Smith, W. A., b. 6 Aug 1842, d. 12 Jan 1892, h/o M. A. Smith
White, Nancy, b. 1804, d. 12 May 1874
Willard, Inez, b. 12 Oct 1866, d. 19 Jul 1888, d/o P. G. & M. L. Willard

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