OBITUARIES FROM THE PRESCOTT DAILY NEWS - 1920
Submitted by Jerry McKelvy
Date is issue of paper
Name; age; cemetery; cause of death if given
Mrs. Jennie Harris; daughter of Col. Geo. P. Smoote; died at Ft. Smith
Alfred Daniel; 28; colored; killed by Deputy Miles Downs
Mrs. Mollie Rhodes; 57; daughter of Joe Daniel; survived by 2 sons; buried at Cale (probably Friendship Cem.)
Mrs. Mattie Hipp; wife of W. D. Hipp; survived by husband, 2 children, mother, Mrs. Alice Landers, 3 brothers, 3 sisters; Essicks Cem.; listed in Ephesus Cem. record
T. W. Felts; 29; survived by wife, 1 son, parents, 2 sisters, 2 brothers (listed); Liberty Cem.
R. A. Adams; 49; survived by wife, parents, 2 brothers; DeAnn Cem.
Mrs. Clara Logan; 60; wife of Fletcher Logan; survived by husband, 1 son, 2 daughters, 3 sisters, 1 brother (listed); DeAnn Cem.
Mrs. Nannie Gentry; 45; wife of T. J. Gentry; influenza/pneumonia; survived by husband, 5 children, mother, 2 sisters, 3 brothers; Mt. Moriah Cem.
Perry C. Hayes; died in Mexico, MO; no children; survived by father, 2 brothers, 3 sisters (listed); DeAnn Cem.
John Thornton; 20; killed by John Holden (news article)
John Hays; 77; survived by 2 daughters, 7 sons (listed); buried at Okolona
Roy Stockton; killed by Deputy Miles Downs on Main St. in Prescott (news article)
D. A. Fore; 78; pioneer of Sutton community; survived by wife and 7 children; Harmony Cem.; see 4-21-1920 issue also
John Walloch; 84; from Marche; relatives in Prescott; survivors listed; Marche Cem.
W. D. Rhodes; 48; blood poisoning; survived by wife and 8 children; Rosston Cem.
David A. Fore; a memorial; born Hickman Co., KY 12-28-1842; died 4-5-1920; 10 children—8 survive (listed); Harmony Cem.; see 4-9-1920 issue also
Mrs. A. P. Burrus; 45; survived by husband, 1 daughter, mother, 3 brothers; Oakland Cem
Willie Hurst; 22; from Arkadelphia; hit by a train; news article
J. M. Duke; heart attack; died at Hope depot while waiting for a train; survived by 5 sons; burial at Hugo, OK
(Baby) Sampson; 2; son of Hugo Sampson; accidentally shot by Milton Otwell, age 7 while playing with shotgun
F. M. Smyth; 78; died in Oklahoma; survived by 1 son, 1 daughter (listed); DeAnn Cem.
J. G. Carrington; 79; survived by wife, 7 sons, 2 daughters (listed); DeAnn Cem.
Dr. J. H. Rogers; a Hot Springs physician killed by James Carmody (news article)
Mrs. Martha Ann White Darby; born Aug., 1846; age 73 yrs., 10 mths., 21 days; married Mr. Darby in Prescott 1872; Oaklawn Cem. in Sulphur, OK
Grady Brown; 19; from Cale; appendicitis; son of Bob Brown; Mt. Moriah Cem. (see 10-6-1920 issue also)
John W. Callaway; 75; died in Dallas; pernicious malaria; body returned; Cantley Cem. (now called Pleasant Ridge Cem.)
C. R. Miller; died at Hugo, OK
Gradie Brown; see 8-11-1920 issue also)
Dr. J. L. Bell; 53; died in Clark, TN; survived by wife, 2 daughters, 4 sons (listed); town of Belton in Hempstead Co. was named after him; DeAnn Cem.; see 10-8-1920 issue also
Dr. J. L. Bell; see 10-6-1920 issue also
Mittie Ross; born 6-8-1898; married Clarence Ross 1918; died 9-27-1920; a memorial from her sister, Verona Crider
Jim Johnson; 45; shot while eating supper in Union Co.
Miss Willie Rose Couch; from Magnolia; died in wreck in Texas
Mrs. Ela Westmoreland; born 5-8-1890; wife of Sam Westmoreland; 7 children; grave found at Westmoreland Cem.
Billie Daniel; died in Clarksville, TX from croup; Laneburg Cem.
Martha Margaret Hitt; age 1; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Hitt; DeAnn Cem.
Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Mitchell; 81; wife of owner of Arkansas Democrat; burial at Mt. Holly
J. U. Brown; 45; killed when train hit car; DeAnn Cem.
Frank Bradley, colored; killed when train hit car; DeAnn Cem.
J. A. Thomas, Jr.; 7; congestion; son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Thomas, publisher of Lafayette Co. Democrat
Mrs. C. H. Ellsworth; died in CA; buried at Effingham, KS
Carl Vaughan; killed by Dr. B. E. Dixon in Texarkana
Dr. B. E. Dixon; killed himself after killing Carl Vaughan in Texarkana
Fred Bailey; horse fell on him at home near Rosston; Holly Springs Cem.
John A. Marr; a funeral notice; DeAnn Cem.
(Child) Urrey; 16 months; child of Chas. Urrey; clothes caught fire
Mrs. Sallie Hunt; 66; survived by 1 son, 2 daughters (listed); Shady Grove Cem.
Ely M. Caudle; 46; shot by Isaac Stewart, his father-in-law at Stamps
Isaac Stewart; 65; drank carbolic acid after killed his son-in-law, Ely M Caudle at Stamps
Billy Jeans; drank 4 ounces of tincture of nux vomica by mistake; developed pneumonia; buried at Beirne