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Crossroads Cemetery Records
Searcy County, Arkansas
Lat: 35° 54' 27"N, Lon: 92° 32' 14"W
T16N R15W Sec 25
Contributed by Shannon Seyler, Jun 23, 2007, last edited Jun 29, 2007 [firstname.lastname@example.org]. Total records = 3.
This is an old abandoned cemetery located in rural Searcy County, Arkansas. From Marshall, AR, turn north onto Highway 27 toward Harriet. Go roughly one mile, and then turn right onto State Highway 74. Go about eight miles and turn right onto to Fled Hill Road. Just after the Low water bridge cross the cement slab, turn right onto Meers Creek Road. Turn right again, and drive about a mile to the top of the hill. The cemetery will be on your right.
This small cemetery was overgrown and very much in disrepair. However, it is currently (summer of 2007) being cleaned up by the Leslie, Arkanasas Odd Fellows Lodge (Aaron Lodge #4).
Only a few old stones were legible, and this list contains all known burials at this time. There are several unmarked burials here, with a some unmarked stones having been uncovered during the cleanup process up to Jun 23, 2007.
I did not personally transcribe this cemetery, but received the names of the deceased, as well as driving directions to the cemetery from Mrs. Jackie Hoffman of Aaron Lodge #4.
Taylor, Hyrom, b. 1860, d. 1888
Taylor, L. C. J., b. Mar 28, 1881, d. 1882
Taylor, Zephia, b. Jan 18, 1883, d. 1883
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