This cemetery was copied from:
Saline County Cemeteries Section V by Mrs. W. Bernard Barber Chairman for Cataloging Cemeteries A Saline County Sesquicentennial Project Regent Provincia de La Sal Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution 1974 - 1978 and 1894 - 1986
The oldest marked grave is that of, Mary Ida Pelton, daughter of W. I. and Ellen Pelton, July 9, 1878.
Directions: From Benton, take Interstate 30 to Highway 67 South, turn left on Highway 229, turn left at Harmony Grove School, go through Haskell, two miles from Harmony Grove School, turn right on dirt road, and go about 200 feet. The cemetery is behind a trailer on left out in pasture. Beckwith Wesley A. September 27, 1855 - March 14, 1941 Marena (Wife of W. A. Beckwith) November 29, 1860 - September 6, 1913 Henry August 30, 1896 - September 4, 1898 Franklin February 3, 1889 - May 14, 1889 John T. January 19, 1885 - March 11, 1885 Infant (Son of Wesley and Marina Beckwith) Born and Died - October 18, 1880 Horace M. November 25, 1891 - January 28, 1955 Cpl CAC, WWI, (Mason and American Legion) Stirmon Phoebe Jane May 5, 1838 - May 22, 1931 Several Unmarked Graves Shephard John G. Co. D, Cocke's Arkansas Infantry, CSA No Dates Blackledge J. L. No Dates S. H. No Dates Pelton Mary Ida (Daughter of W. I. and Ellen Pelton) August 12, 1876 - July 9, 1878 McAdoo Father, Mother, and Children Many unmarked graves