|Susan Fowler (#47319064)|
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|Deborah Ayers||RE: John Archie Reid|
I grew up in Froglevel and this is my home cemetery. Any records of burials would probably been put on their cemetery list when that was originally done but you can't rely on that.
The Old Center Cemetery is probably 1/3 of the cemetery that are marked but unknown graves. My friend, Doyle and I went through the entire cemetery twice to make sure that all graves that were marked with names or lettering had a Find A Grave memorial.
There is another cemetery near there called the Till Griffin Cemetery. But there are only 2 marked with names, maybe 10 native stone markers and many spots that look like graves.
As far as birth & death certificates, I really don't know when they began here in Arkansas, do you?
|sue||RE: John Archie Reid|
If there are any, they don't have a stone. I have walked this cemetery many times and check it often for new burials. What is on Find-a-grave is all I have.
Added by sue on Aug 15, 2011 12:21 PM
|Judith Luellen||RE: Benjamin F. Green|
The County library has the obits on microfilm. Only the ones that were submitted to the Llano news were printed. It was mostly just those living in Llano and were active members or family members of th community had their obits printed. I will be happy to go to the library and check to see if they are there. I can also check at the County Clerk's office. You can't get a copy of the death certificate, but the clerk will usually check for me on the certificate to let me know where they were interned or at least who was the funeral director handling the internment. Let me know if you would like me to do this?