John W Evans The headstone is sinking into the ground. If john is family, you should request that his marker be raised. He is buried next to Lucinda. John's burial card number is incorrect. I found the last two numbers transposed.
Blaylock I understand you may be related to the following men. I am writing a book on Civil War Arkansas and want to get their details for the roster.
Any information such as dates/places of birth, marriage and death would be greatly appreciated.
BLAYLOCK, HUGH WILSON: C. S. Company C, 7th Arkansas Militia Pvt/Pvt. Company E, 7th Arkansas Cavalry Regiment Pvt/Pvt. Enlisted 21 Mar 1863 at Ozark, Franklin, Arkansas. Born 24 Apr 1827 in Georgia. Age listed as 53 on 1880 Franklin Co., Arkansas Census. Died 8 May 1903 in Logan Co., Arkansas. Buried in Blue Mountain Cemetery, Logan County. Brother of Jeremiah C. Blaylock.
BLAYLOCK, JEREMIAH CRAIG: C. S. Company C, 15th (Northwest) Arkansas Infantry Regiment Pvt/Pvt. Enlisted 8 Jul 1861 at Bentonville, Benton, Arkansas. Age at enlistment: 19. Detailed to wait upon sick at Neosho, Missouri Oct 1861. Detailed to wait on sick at Mount Comfort, Washington Co., Arkansas Jan 1862. Detailed as ambulance driver Oct 1862. Deserted 1 Jan 1863. Born 28 Jan 1841 in Walker Co., Georgia. Married Susan J. Taylor 1864 in Arkansas. Age listed as 24 on 1870 Johnson Co., Arkansas Census. Died 8 May 1912 in Oregon. Buried in Riverside Cemetery, Harney Co., Oregon.
Carrs We had a pretty spring day so I walked all of St. joseph Cemetery in Ivesdale, IL. It is, of course, possible I missed them, but I didn't see any Carrs. The sun was high so the very old memorials were illegible; I'll check again when I return. But I thought I'd warn you that they may be tough to find.
Hiram Hanchett Memorial We just returned from visiting Cahawba and Castle Morgan, the Civil War POW camp where my relative, Frank Cromwell, was confined. I saw your memorial to Hiram Hanchett (was he a relative?) Cahawba is an archeological site today and the director there told me that they discovered a grave of an unknown soldier they believe may be Hanchett because of the location of his grave. I took a photo of the marker of this grave. They are hopeful to disinter the body and match DNA with living relatives and find out whether this is indeed Hiram Hanchett.