This is a historical cemetery located in western Washington County, Arkansas. It is no longer in use. It is also known as the Bean Cemetery (not to be confused with the larger Bean Cemetery in Lincoln, AR that has already been transcribed on this site). It is an abandoned rural cemetery located on private land in between Lincoln and Cane Hill, Arkansas. There are two Revolutionary War soldiers buried here. The graveyard contains some branches and other debris, but is slated for clean-up soon. This cemetery was transcribed by Randal Seyler in early November of 2009. Please write firstname.lastname@example.org with comments or questions.
BILLINGSLEY, Ann R.
Wife of William Maxwell
Moorehead's Company, Pennsylvania Regiment, Revolutionary War
October 14, 1785-May 31, 1855
Clark's Regiment, Virginia State Troops, Revolutionary War
Note: There are other people said to be buried here, but whose stones were not seen in this reading:
1772-November 14, 1827
b. September 28, 1830
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Carnahan
(died in childhood)
wife of John Carnahan
There are likely other unmarked burials, as well.