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Cummings Cemetery Records
Kirby, Pike County, Arkansas

Lat: 34° 14' 26"N, Lon: 93° 40' 07"W
T? R25W Section 9

Contributed by Richard Rodgers, Oct 07, 2009, last edited Oct 08, 2009 [rerodgers@windstream.net]. Total records = 13.

From Kirby take Hwy 27 S for .4 of a mile. Turn right on Bear Creek Road and go 1.4 miles to a turnout on the right side of the road for unloading Off the Road vehicles. Turn right and go an additional .1 of a mile to the Cemetery.

This cemetery dates back to the late 1800s. It is situated in the Bear Creek Recreational Area, and is maintained by the Corps of Engineers.

When we visited this cemetery it had just been mowed and was in good condition.

My wife and I walked this cemetery on Oct 05, 2009 and recorded all readable tombstones.
- Richard Rodgers

Cummings, Benjamin L. D., b. 2 Dec 1847, d. 1 Feb 1922
Cummings, Carel M., b. 26 Jun 1881, d. 24 Aug ????, s/o B. L. & N. M. Cummings
Cummings, Ettie O., b. 22 Feb 1902, d. 28 Nov 1918, d/o D. L. & M. A. Cummings
Cummings, Infant, b. 10 Mar 1901, d. 19 Mar 1901, s/o D. L. & M. A. Cummings
Cummings, Infant, b. 15 Jul 1880, d. 22 Nov 1880, s/o B. L. & N. M. Cummings
Cummings, Lewis D., b. 18 Feb 1867, d. 10 May 1927
Cummings, Minnie, b. 23 Jun 1887, d. 10 Mar 1904, d/o D. L. & M. A. Cummings
Cummings, Nancy M., Mrs, b. 8 Feb 1847, d. 30 Sep 1908
Cummings, Nancy M., b. 9 Feb 1845, d. 30 Sep 1909
Cummings, Sarah, b. 7 Mar 1883, d. 7 Oct 1884, d/o B. L. & N. M. Cummings
Kirby, Maury, b. 21 Jun 1887, d. unreadable
Wright, Iva, b. 1895, d. 1933
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