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Basinger Cemetery Records
Caddo Gap, Montgomery County, Arkansas

Lat: 34° 22' 49"N, Lon: 93° 36' 37"W
T2S R24W Section 19

Contributed by Richard Rodgers, Nov 12, 2009, last edited Nov 13, 2009 [rerodgers@windstream.net].  Total records = 11.

From Glenwood goes north-northwest on Hwy 8 for 5.6 miles to Hwy 240. Turn left onto Hwy 240 and go .4 of a mile. The cemetery is on the left side of the road. It is overgrown and hard to find.

This cemetery is no longer in use and is not in very good shape. It is a family cemetery and only family members are buried there. I assume the land was once owned by David Basinger. David and Anna are the Great Great Great Grandparents of my wife Sharon.

Sharon Rodgers and I walked and read this cemetery on Nov 12, 2009 and were able to read the following names.

- Richard Rodgers

Basinger, Anna Boyers, b. 19 May 1815, d. 13 Mar 1881, w/o David Basinger
Basinger, David, b. 17 Aug 1820, d. 15 May 1877
Basinger, Eliza, b. 12 Feb 1845, d. 18 Apr 1865, d/o David & Anna Basinger
Basinger, John, b. 16 Mar 1849, d. 20 Apr 1860, s/o David & Anna Basinger
Basinger, Joseph, b. 10 Mar 1846, d. 16 Apr 1860, s/o David & Anna Basinger
Davis, John H., b. 28 Jan 1853, d. 3 Nov 1883, h/o Susannah Basinger
Johnson, Benjamin, Sr., b. 17 Jan 1842, d. 23 Oct 1902, Mason
Johnson, Benjamin, b. 1882, d. 1934, s/o Benjamin & Samantha Johnson
Johnson, Glorinda E., b. 26 Feb 1878, d. 26 Oct 1895, d/o Benjamin & Samantha Johnson
Johnson, Samantha Basinger, b. 6 Jun 1857, d. 2 Jul 1931, OES, w/o Benjamin Johnson, Sr.
Sherfield, Susannah A., b. 6 Aug 1854, d. 28 Jan 1936, d/o David & Anna Basinger

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