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
Section 33 - Township 2S
Catalogued by: Mrs. Elmo Woodson of Sheridan, Completed April 30, 1975. The oldest marked grave is that of Ira Rippy, March 25, 1877.
Directions: From Benton, take Highway 35 South about 5 miles, turn left off Bauxite Cut Off Road. Go past railroad, turn right at first black top road, go to Mr. Dan Peterson's home, cemetery is about 1/4 mile in woods off Detonia Road, after crossing a washed out place.
Historical Information: About nine graves in all. According to Mrs. A. C. Dunn. About 1852 or 1853 a family of Ramsey and others come to Saline County. They attended church at a Brush Arbor Methodist Church. The cemetery was started at the church. Now there are Bauxite mines all around it.
Rippy Ira February 25, 1877 - March 25, 1877 (One month) Archibald January 16, 1856 - June 5, 1877 (grave sunken) Thompson Franklin B. (Son of J. B. & M. F.) October 15, 1880 - August 2, 1883 Louisa (Wife of J. M.) June 26, 1825 - December 16, 1881 Son of M. & Louisa May 20, 1866 - June 12, 1892