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Old Ebenezer Cemetery Records
Glenwood, Pike County, Arkansas

Lat: 34° 18' 37"N, Lon: 93° 34' 31"W
T?S R24W Sec 16

Contributed by Richard Rodgers, submitted Sep 11, 1999, last edited Jun 12, 2006 [rerodgers@windstream.net].  Total records = 22.

From Glenwood, drive west on Hwy 70 about 2 miles, turn left onto Rock Creek Cutoff Road and continue about 1.5 miles. The Old Ebenezer Cemetery will be on the left/east side of road.

I walked this cemetery in Sep of 1999. It is no longer in use and has not be kept up.

- Richard Rodgers

Black, T. O., b. 2/19/1864, d. 11/9/1902
Hughes, John Jasper Rev., b. 9/29/1827, d. 4/5/1917, CO. F47 ALA Inf. CSA
Hughes, M. J., b. 6/15/1835, d. 12/8/1921, wife of J. J.
Ligon, Mary Etta, b. 12/26/1886, d. 7/18/1958
Pasley, H. S., b. 2/8/1849, d. 7/9/1909
Pasley, P. A., b. 1/13/1847, d. 10/30/1927, wife of H. S. Pasley
Power, Alice J., b. 5/13/1859, d. 10/31/1904
Roberts, D. P., b. 1860, d. 1914
Thornton, Lilla A., b. 3/10/1878, d. 9/1895
Thornton, Magga A., b. 3/1887, d. 3/1887
Thornton, Mitchell, b. 1/12/1812, d. 11/5/1895
Thrash, C. C., b. 11/14/1849, d. 2/15/1927
Thrash, George L., b. 4/20/1889, d. 11/13/1889, son of T. H. & S. E.
Thrash, Kittie, b. 6/9/1857, d. 5/6/1886, wife of P. G. Thrash
Thrash, M. E., b. 3/8/1869, d. 9/10/1909, wife of C. C. Thrash. Born in Merriwether County, Georgia
Thrash, Mary J., b. 9/10/1874, d. 1/26/1891, daughter of T. H. & S. E. Thrash
Thrash, T. H., b. 1/24/1843, d. 1/8/1917, husband of S. E. Thrash
White, J. B. Mrs., b. 7/29/1870, d. 7/2/1938
White, J. B., b. 11/14/1868, d. 7/27/1947
White, J. M., b. 5/24/1833, d. 7/2/1903
White, Lemanda, b. 5/11/1836, d. 5/10/1912
White, William D., b. 4/19/1851, d. 5/26/1922, husband of Emma A.

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