|Twsp 5 N, Range 14 West Section 19|
|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
An abandoned cemetery west of Conway and a short distance from the Arkansas River. From the junction of Arkansas 286 and Lollie Road, go south on Lollie Road for .8mile; turn right(west) on private drive; go .3 mile west. Cemetery is some 150 yards south, across a ravine, in the woods.
Many believe that this cemetery was the burial place for travellers on the Arkansas River in the early 19th century, and is therefore the oldest identifiable graveyard in Faulkner County. In addition to the names listed, there are approximately 150 grave sites identified by field stones.The census of this cmetery was taken in 1984 by Hattie Ann Kelso and members of the Town and County Garden Club of Conway.