Farm Hill Cemetery

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Farm Hill Cemetery

Harrisburg, Poinsett County, Arkansas, USA
Memorials 1,031 added (97% photographed)

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The oldest monument at the Farm Hill Cemetery is that of Selay Hamrick, mother of Delilah Mardis, who died Feb. 3, 1846. Delilah Mardis was the wife of Dr. J.P. Mardis who came from Alabama in 1840 and settled in the Farm Hill Community. He built a log house for church and school a little west of the present Farm Hill Church building. It was after his death that Delilah and her son Berry R.J. Mardis gave the land for the Church and cemetery. According to the deed on May 16, 1873 Berry R.J. Mardis and his mother Delilah Mardis deeded 3 acres of land to John W. Killough, Joseph Taylor, J.P. Phillips, C.L. Freeman, and A.T. Hollyman, Trustees of the Methodist Episcopal Church South for church or school purposes as well as a cemetery. On this same date, May 16, 1873, Nathaniel S. Duke and his mother, Mary Ann Cash deeded 5 acres to the church. The Farm Hill Church and cemetery contain a total of 8 acres.

DIRECTIONS. At the traffic lights at the intersection of Highway 1 and Highway 14, take Highway 1 south and go approximately 4 miles. Turn east on the Farm Hill Road; the RazorBack Material Co. is on the right as you turn off Highway 1. Go .6 mile and the church and cemetery entrance is on the right side of Farm Hill Rd.


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GPS Coordinates: 35.5031, -90.72

  • Added: 2 Jan 2000
  • Find A Grave Cemetery: #53863