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Trees & tombstone

Transcribed from the "Schedule of Relocation;
Bull Shoals Reservoir - Corp of Engineers,
Little Rock District Mar 1948"
by Linda Haas Davenport

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This small cemetery was located in the NW corner of SE1/4 of NW1/4, S18, T20N, R15W on a field road approximately 1/2 mile to the improved road to Flippin. The graves in this cemetery were relocated to the new Wildcat Cemetery. If the grave included a tombstone the tombstone was moved with the body.
    (I was wondering why this cemetery was named Parker when there were no Parkers buried there. Kayla Miller was kind enough to shed some light on this:
    Hi Linda. My name is Kayla Miller and my grandmother is from Yellville, AR. Her maiden name is Parker. I came across your web site that had to do with the Parker Cemetery. There aren't any Parkers listed but the Parker family is related to the McCrackens that are buried in the Parker Cemetery. I just thought that you might like to know that little bit of information.)

Column #1 is the grave number in the old cemetery and column #3 is the grave number in the new cemetery.

Grave Name Grave
1 Gencie McCracken 328
2 Elem McCracken 327
3 Infant McCracken 329
4 Infant McCracken 330
5 ____ McCracken 331
6 Unknown Infant 373
7 Sarah Cain 350
8 Rome Cain 351
9 Elvina Cain 352
10 Martha J. Cain 353
11 Unknown Infant 10

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