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Alexander Cemetery Records
Crawford County, Arkansas

Lat: 35°30'37"N, Lon: 94°04'29"W

Contributed by Mary Whittenburg Hamm, Aug 26, 2002 [mehw@webtv.net]. Total records = 17.

Alexander Cemetery is located 1.5 miles from the four way stop in Mulberry going west on highway 64 on the right side of the road. It is also right next to the King Cemetery. A chain link fence separates the two cemetaries.

It has a large stone i the middle of the cemetery which simply says "ALEXANDER".

It was named for William M. Alexander who settled in the Vine Prairie Township in 1872. He married Sarah M. Edwards in 1856, and they were the parents of six children.

I completed the survey of this cemetery 15 Aug 2002 from tombstones.

- Mary Hamm

Alexander, Emma, b. 13 Jan 1898, d. 29 Aug 1989
Alexander, Ethel Rollyson, b. 21 Aug 1894, d. 5 Nov 1972
Alexander, James Claude, b. 26 Dec 1888, d. 18 Jun 1964
Alexander, James R., b. 14 Nov 1862, d. 17 Feb 1896, 33 years 10 months 8 days (Mason)
Alexander, John Davidson, b. 1857 d. 1943
Alexander, Paul R., b. 7 Jul 1891, d. 13 Sep 1975
Alexander, Pauline Kirksey, b. 11 Oct 1926, d. 9 Aug 1990
Alexander, S. M. (Sarah), b. 18 May 1835, d. 15 Nov 1895, 60 years 5 months 27days
Alexander, Sallie Bell, b. 4 Feb 1895, d. 6 Jul 1897, d/o J. D. and M. E. Alexander
Alexander, Tom Frank, b. 1899 d. 1944
Alexander, Wanda Ruth , b. 1915 d. 1999
Alexander, William M., b. 11 Nov 1828 TN, d. 15 Feb 1895
Brem, Mary, b. 1857 d. 1937
Couch, Frank, no dates
Henson, Bol, b. 2 May 1876 d. 20 Jan 1902
Lewis, G. W., b. 22 Nov 1861 d. 9 Dec 1900
Simmons, Willie Brem, b. 1868, d. 1939
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