Abandoned cemetery, restored by Lindsey family with War of 1812 Plaque to Benjamin Williams (1775-185?), b. Onslow Co. NC, md Sarah Battle Dec 1796. Surnames include Williams, Lindsey, Tull. Contact me for details.
Marker for Benjamin Williams 1776-185?, Pvt. 4 Reg. GA. Militia War 1812. Many others buried there. For a full listing of those known buried in Williams-Tull cemetery, please contact me (I have many pictures and listing). Williams/ Lindsey/ Tull/ Battle
Wms-Tull cemetery, on private property, where the Rev. Eli Lindsey, first Methodist Preacher in AR, was buried in 1834 (amongst many others). Williams/ Tull/ Lindsey/ Trout/ Brumbelow/ Fenter
Headstone of John Arch Walker & Phyllis (Lockard) Walker, my foster grandparents - guardians of my mother Gloria June (Benjamin) Schouw Reck.
Monument erected in 1972 to replace headstones that were stolen by local area farmer. There is approx. 130 buried on what used to be Ike Cloud's ranch. Lindsey / Miller
Pictures taken of cemetery that is almost completely destroyed (over 100 headstones stolen by farmer). Monument erected by Harrell McCullough in 1972. Lindsey/Miller