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Slate Branch Cemetery
Saline County, Arkansas

R17W T1S Sec 19
Lat:34°37'26"N, Lon: 92°52'04"W

Contributed by Katrina Johnson, Mar 29, 2001 [katrina72122@yahoo.com]. Total records = 28.

From Riverside Grocery on Hwy 5 about 16 miles on the right before you get to the old Colonial Nursing Home. It is located just 3/10 of a mile inside Saline County from the Garland County Line.

An old wire fence around part of it, deep depressions in the area around the fence on the left as you pull into the old gate. Limbs had been cut and left lying on graves and there was a pile of white gravel, some had been used on a few of the graves. There is a Phillips Real Estate sign on the road where you pull off of the Highway marked for commercial property.

Surveyed the first time on Mar 14, 2000. Second survey done on Mar 31, 2000 completed on this date and also photos were taken. Updated Apr 6, 2000 with new informaton. Anyone wishing to view a photo or anything to add can contact me: - Katrina Johnson

Ball, Rev. Aaron Ball, b. Aug 17, 1821, d. Oct 16, 1887, large stone very little wear, easy to read
Burgess, Alabama (Boran), b. Jan 17, 1854, d. Jul 8, 1935, w/o G. D., "In memory of our mother C. E., P. H., F. J., N. W
Burgess, G. D., b. Jan 1, 1846, d. Sep 1, 1916, Mason, initials are for George Dallas, h/o Missouri & Alabama, rock mark
Burgess, Henry, b. Nov 22, 1881, d. Jan 11, 19
Burgess, Missouri (Boran), b. Aug 26, 1848, d. Nov 1877, w/o G. D., Rock Mark
Caldwell, Li?e, b. 1910, d. 1912, on the same stone the following is carved Walter and Dora children boy and gi
Caldwell, Mary, b. 1904, d. 1906, rock mark
Davis, Bert, d. Jul 2, 1965, 73y 9m 27d, metal funeral Mark
Edds, A. F., b. Jan 6, 1837, d. Apr 20, 1914, h/o Mary Ann (these two were located at head of Moses), "Kind father of love thou art gone by thy rest forever to bask mid the joys of the bles
Edds, Mary Ann, b. Jun 10, 1840, d. Jun 9, 1923, 83y, w/o A. F., "She was a kind and affectionate wife, a fond mother, and a friend to al
Edds, Moses H., b. 1829, d. Sep 20 1885, h/o Sarah
Edds, Sarah A. (Pierce), b. Apr 24, 1827, d. Mar 16, 1898, w/o Mos
Henry, Bessie Lecie Delda, b. Oct 15, 1900, d. Oct 21, 1904, located next to Charley, d/o Charl
Henry, Charley L., b. Mar 1, 1872, d. Feb 13, 19
Henry, Safrona A. (Moore), b. Nov 16, 1876, this is a rock marker next to Charley has Moore scratched on it, it is his wi
James, Sarah E., b. Dec 31, 1858, d. Sep 16, 1894, 1st w/o Greenville B. Elza, 2nd w/o David J. James, "In memory of my mothe
Jones, Albert, d. Oct 1, 1964, 76y, metal funeral mark
Malone, John T., no dates, s/o Bennett & Mary Malo
Malone, Sarah, d. Dec 6, 1876, 22y, 7m, 9d, d/o Bennett & Mary Malo
Moore, Rosa A., b. Oct 2, 1903, d. Sep 21, 1908, d/o Charles Henry Moore & Evalina (Lena) Ed
Neal, infant son, b. Aug 27, 1918, d. Aug 27, 1918, s/o Mr. & Mrs. David Ne
Rigsby, Elmer C., b. Oct 8, 1894, d. Mar 13, 19
Rigsby, Henry, d. Oct 11, 1918, Arkansas Private 3 Training Regime
Rigsby, Ora Mae, b. Sep 11, 1897, d. Sep 4, 19
Robinson, Lucinda, b. 1823, d. May 17, 1901, w/o David J. Robins
Smith, Mary A., b. Sep 18, 1856, d. Nov 5, 1887, "She died as she lived trusting in Go
White, T. J., b. Sep 19, 1830, d. Feb 3, 1886, grave next to his with letters scratched into cement Sam Cla
Witten, Clarinse, d. Jul 26, 1966, 60y, metal funeral mark


The following two graves are located at the foot of Sarah E. Malone and next to Missouri Boran
"In memory of _?ander B. Bora" on the foot marker reads N. B. B. this stone was broken and laying flat
The one next to this reads M. B. on the foot marker and on the broken headstone reads Mary daughter of ?(broken)

Old child's stone with foot marker reading J. H. G. B.
James son of James & ? born in Aug and died in Jan? (located next to a stump)
Slate rock next to the above with just a readable J. C. R? (this is in line with Rigsby graves)
A foot marker with these letters found M. S. E. there are graves marked with rocks all around this one
Also on far side 5 graves surrounded by white rock and an old wire fence
This is a fairly large cemetery with many graves marked with rocks, took photos from the corners so a person could see just how large it was, very close to the highway, I don't see how they could build any commercial property here without disturbing the cemetery. Unreadable rock next to Moses H. Edds
Unmarked grave next to Ora Mae Rigsby (white gravel had been used on the unknown grave next to hers Along with hers and the other Rigsby graves
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