Scott County, Arkansas

Go south from Waldron on Highway 71 to Highway 28 East. Turn left and go approximately 4 miles. Cemetery is located on the right side of the road on the John Jameson property. Surveyed and digital photographs made by Bob, Delaine and David Edwards on 31 July 2005. If you would like a copy of the photograph of your ancestor's tombstone, please contact Delaine Edwards and it will be sent via E-mail. Please put "Jameson Family Cemetery Photo" as the subject of your message.

Abbreviations Used:
D/o=Daughter of
Dbl/w=Double stone with
H/o=Husband of
S/o=Son of
W/o=Wife of

Featherstone, Susan E. Gaines, Died 12 Feb 1866, Aged 27ys 22 ds, W/o R.M. Featherstone*
Forrester, James Foster Gaines, 11 Oct 1869-1Nov 1872, S/o J.T. & Mildred Gaines, Dbl/w Mildred
Forrester, Mildred Jane Gaines, 25 Sep 1848-12 Aug 1872, W/o John T. Forrester
Gaines, Andrewsia Jacksonia, Died 19 Oct 1860, Aged 14ys 2ms 3ds, D/o Jas. F. & P.F. Gaines*
Gaines, Jas. F., Born near Warrenton, VA 20 Jul 1805-14 Sep 1853, Aged 48ys 1mo 24ds*
Gaines, James F., 20 Jul 1805-18 Sep 1853, Dbl/w Pemelia F.
Gaines, Pemelia F., 12 Nov 1818-29 Oct 1888, Dbl/w James F., “Established first church at Parks”
Jameson, George, 4 Aug 1909-9 Feb 1910, S/o J.H. & C.P. Jameson
Jameson, J.B., 16 Oct 1838-27 Nov 1912, Dbl/w Victoria Virginia Jameson**
Jameson, Victoria Virginia, 1 Sep 1841-16 Oct 1902, Aged 61yrs 1mo 15ds, Dbl/w J.B. Jameson**

*This is a large, triple stone with inscriptions on three sides.
**Large double stone with inscriptions on two sides.

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