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Robert Arthur Inlow
Birth: Nov. 10, 1912
Healing Springs
Benton County
Arkansas, USA
Death: May 1, 1979
Washington County
Arkansas, USA

Robert Arthur Inlow was the son of Charles Franklin Inlow and Mary A. Inlow of Healing Springs, Arkansas.

On September 4th 1944 Robert Arthur Inlow married Freda Evelyn McGarrah of Healing Springs. Robert and Evelyn were blessed with two beautiful children ~ Dr. Charles William Inlow and Carol Jean Inlow.

Robert was a loving son, husband and daddy and went to live with the Lord at the age of 66 from cancer.

Etched into my mind are these memories of Robert...what a fine and hard working man he was. He was tall, handsome and soft spoken. Robert and Evelyn's farm was just up the dirt road from ours. In my memory I can still see Robert and son Charles cuttin' hay on hot summer on a tractor and rake and the other on a tractor and baler. Every 4th of July, Robert and Charles would set fireworks off out in their pasture, they were so beautiful. Robert rolled his own cigarette's...I remember watchin' his long skinny fingers gently taking a small white paper out of a tin case where they were so safely kept, he would reach in his overall pocket and pull out the little cloth sack of tobacco, pull open the string and carefully get just the right amount, lick across the top of the paper and gently roll it up...I thought, how can he make'em so perfect. Robert raised cows, calves, hogs and even had a sawmill on his farm. My memories of those days so long ago are as warm and cozy as a crackling fire on cold winters night.

God enfolds me in His arms,
And I feel the warmth of His Love.
You cannot imagine all that I see
In this grandeur of Heaven above.

I feel no pain, I have no sorrow,
Only peace and harmony.
So to my loved ones I've left behind-
There is no need to weep for me.

I have never seen flowers more lovely,
No song has been sung so sweet;
The air wraps me in a blanket of warmth,
The grass is velvet beneath my feet.

Just think of me on a soft summer night,
And in the spring's rebirth so new and tender;
Or when autumn's leaves turn red and gold.
Or when snowflakes fall in white splendor.

So much more that this I have where I am
I am never sad nor blue;
But as you look some night beyond the moon,
Just know I'll be waiting here for you.
(by: Dana Young)


Family links: 
  Charles Franklin Inlow (1881 - 1965)
  Mary A Inlow (1887 - 1981)
  Charles William Inlow (1945 - 2009)*
*Calculated relationship
Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend.
Specifically: Ashes put on the Family Farm he work so hard on and loved so much.
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Record added: Aug 19, 2008
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- Sharon
 Added: Feb. 21, 2014
Our "Christmas Angel" sent from above watching over us and letting us know they feel our Love. xxxooo
- Pixie 
 Added: Dec. 25, 2013
❤....always from the heart with Love xxxooo
- Pixie 
 Added: Dec. 8, 2013
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