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Dan McGuire
Cletus Cox
I looked for the Cletus Cox grave in Brock Cemetery in Pope County Arkansas. I could not find the grave. It is a small cemetery and it is a relatively recent grave. It should have been an easy grave to find.

I believe there is a good possibility that Cletus Cox in buried in the Brock Cemetery in Johnson County. That cemetery is a quite a bit closer to London than the Brock Cemetery in Pope County.
Added by Dan McGuire on Jun 09, 2012 12:52 PM
Teresa Spangler Davis
ELMER & IDA (HOPPER) ESTES
Hi Anna,

Yes, Elmer was my Grandfather's oldest brother. My Grandfather was Owen, then my mom Ila Faye, and me. Elmer died April 8, 1945 and is buried in Winchester Cemetery and Ida died April 25, 1977 and is buried in Fountain Park Cemetery, both in Winchester, Randolph Co., Indiana.
Following is Ida's obiturary:

OBITUARY
Burial in Winchester for Mrs. Ida Estes

Mrs. Ida M. Estes, 79, 123 Middletown Gardens, died Monday evening at Ball Memorial Hospital.
Funeral services will be at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at Parson Mortuary, with Rev. M. L. Calloway officiating. Burial will be in Fountain Park Cemetery in Winchester. Visitation will be from 7 to 9 tonight and anytime before the services Wednesday.
Mrs. Estes was born in Boone County, Ark. She moved to Winchester in 1923 and came to Muncie in 1946. She was employed by Ball Corp for 17 years before her retirement in 1962. She was member of Glad Tidings Assembly of God Church.
Mrs. Estes is survived by four sons, David and Eugene Estes, both of Muncie, Warren Estes of Yorktown, and Lee Estes of Parker City, two daughters, Mrs. Don (Erma) Price of Rantoul, Ill, and Mrs. Gene (Thelma) Farmer of Selma, a brother Harve Hopper Cassville, Mo., a sister, Mrs. Mary Hedrick of Reed Springs, Mo., 234 grandchildren and 30 great-grandchildren.


Of course, now all their children has passed. I can run you up a report and email it to you if you would like all the information I have. I've got an extensive genealogy database of my family. I also have a picture of Ida, her mother Etta, sister Erma, and Ida's son Elmer when he was a baby if you would like a copy of that, it was taken in the early 30's in Boone Co., Arkansas.

Where do you live? Seems like a lot of the Estes' from Arkansas has scattered. My Grandfather moved his family to Muncie, Indiana in 1941 where I was born and raised until I moved to Arizona in 1973. I look forward to hearing from you, I'm always happy to meet new family.

Sincerely,
Teresa Davis
Added by Teresa Spangler Davis on Mar 12, 2011 11:01 PM
 

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