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Louis Craig (#47144939)
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Bio Photo I am 65 years old, a father of 3 and Pastor of First Missionary Baptist Church, Sparkman, Arkansas.

I am retired from Henderson State University and the U.S. Army Reserve and now working with Mitchell Funeral Home, Arkadelphia, Arkansas and enjoy working as a volunteer with find-a-grave.

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Bonnie
Will Kelley
I saw your photo of Will Kelley at Sparkman Cemetery . May I ask if you are related or where you found the photo? Thank you so much!
Added by Bonnie on Jul 17, 2014 9:31 PM
Jonna Parish
Christine Selph
Thank you so much for the photo of Christine's tombstone. I greatly appreciate your time.

Jonna
Added by Jonna Parish on Feb 15, 2014 8:24 AM
Bill
Newberry, Lawrence & Mattie
Thank you for the great picture of their grave-marker.
Added by Bill on Oct 02, 2013 2:13 AM
Susan Thomason
Leoma Mason Brazil
African American's are not buried in Moss Hill Cemetery ever.
There are two sections of Moss Cemetery and the African American is at the back of the Old Moss Cemetery - I added Mrs. Leoma Brazil in the correct cemetery.
Moss Hill Cemetery was started about 1981. At least half of the people listed in Moss Hill are not there BUT are in the Old Moss Cemetery
Ouachita Co, Arkansas
Added by Susan Thomason on Sep 16, 2013 11:05 PM
Susie
Mary and Jesse Leamons
Thank you so much for getting a picture of their headstone for me, and thank you for your military service! You are greatly appreciated.
Added by Susie on Sep 10, 2013 10:07 AM
Susie
Mary and Jesse Leamons
Thank you so much for getting a picture of their headstone for me, and thank you for your military service! You are greatly appreciated.
Added by Susie on Sep 10, 2013 10:07 AM
Susie
Mary and Jesse Leamons
Thank you so much for getting a picture of their headstone for me, and thank you for your military service! You are greatly appreciated.
Added by Susie on Sep 10, 2013 10:06 AM
Suzy & Rob
Samuel & Sallie Horne
Thank you so much for the tombstone photo for Samuel and Sallie Horne! I really appreciate you taking your time to locate and photograph it. Thank you!
Added by Suzy & Rob on Sep 10, 2013 6:05 AM
Kelly Bogues
George W. Gentry
Thanks for creating the page for George W. Gentry of Okolona, Arkansas. George was my friend and I miss him. He was very smart and loved to communicate. He was consistent and you could always find his voice on the shortwave radio same time every Sunday morning for years and years. Gone but not forgotten. I am still carrying on with what me and George agreed on, and that is that I would help his words continue to be heard into the future. I still maintain his internet presence. I long ago uploaded a number of audio-messages and letters from George to my youtube channel. I have boxes full of others which I hope to get online eventually.
Added by Kelly Bogues on Aug 04, 2013 3:14 PM
Aloysius
Jon Atchley
Thanks so much Louis.
Jon was the best friend I ever had. Worked with him many years with Ga. Forestry Comm. He was District Pilot and I was Radio Tech.
Added by Aloysius on Dec 29, 2012 4:58 AM
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