Scott County, Arkansas

Go south from Waldron on U.S. Highway 71 about 21 miles. Turn right on Nella Road and go approximately 6 miles. This is a gravel road. Turn right on Wilson Cemetery Road, a dirt road. The cemetery is about a half mile, on the left. This cemetery was surveyed and digitally photographed 1 July 2006 by Bob, Delaine and David Edwards. 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 "Wilson Cemetery Photo" as the subject of your message.

Allen, Johnnie Elizabeth, 2 Sep 1862-21 May 1949
Gore, Geo. Edd, 30 Oct 1884-7 Sep 1944
Gore, J.H., 6 Mar 1861-2 Jan 1919, Dbl/w Miranda E. Gore, "Father"
Gore, Lewis K., 9 Mar 1892-21 Oct 1955, Arkansas PFC Co E 114 Engineers, WWI (Military Marker)
Gore, Luther Floyd, 10 Nov 1890-7 May 1964, Arkansas COM US Navy, WWI (Military Marker)
Gore, Martha A., 1863-1955
Gore, Miranda E., 1 Jan 1863-13 Jun 1907, Dbl/w J.H. Gore, "Mother"
Harrison, Able H., No dates, Co L, 2 Kans Cav (Military Marker)
Harrison, Furby M., D: 1 Oct 1875, Aged 22ys 6ms 20 ds, W/o A.H. Harrison
Harrison, Joyce E., 23 Apr 1911-6 Oct 1916
Harrison, M. Ernestine, 31 Mar 1919-13 Apr 1933
Wilson, Emily J., D: 30 Mar 1881, Aged 35ys 5ms 22ds, W/o John B. Wilson (Stone is broken)
Wilson, Infant, D: 14 Feb 1870, C/o John B. & Emily Wilson, Dbl/w Michael Wilson
Wilson, Michael, D: 7 Jul 1875, Aged 2ys 9m 12ds, C/o John B. & Emily Wilson, Dbl/w Infant Wilson
Wilson, Michael A., D: 9 Jul 1874, Aged 51yrs 4ms

This is a well tended cemetery and the unidentified graves marked with fieldstones are lovingly tended, as well. There were two rock covered graves. One had a funeral home marker we could not read. The other had what appeared to be initials MCG inscribed by hand on it.

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