DEADRICK HARE CEMETERY

ALSO KNOWN AS MAGET CEMETERY

 

Levesque, Cross County, Arkansas

 

The Deadrick House, Article 1973

 

This cemetery is located on private property owned by the

John H. Johnston family at Levesque

and is the site of the Captain Isaac N. Deadrick house.

 

Inventoried in 1961 by Thomas Baker and in 1981 by

Howard Lehman

 

(Posted with permission of the family of Howard Lehman, 2003)

 

 

HARE, Annie E., Apr 3, 1853 Feb 18, 1899, wife of Dr. T. D. Hare

HARE, Garland Newton, Feb 28, 1889 Jun 20, 1912

HARE, John Alvah, Nov 15, 1878 Feb 21, 1916

HARE, Lucy Annie, Nov 5, 1886 Dec 17, 1886

HARE, Dr. Thomas D., Mar 12, 1852 Jun 4, 1909,

Woodmen of the World Monument

 

DEADRICK, I. N., Sept 5, 1828 Apr 29, 1884

Confederate Soldier Captain, Co. A 29th Arkansas

DEADRICK, Mrs. I. N., Oct 9, 1832 May 5, 1887

DEADRICK, Infant, born and died Dec 28, 1888

DEADRICK, John Dacus, Jul 21, 1868 Nov 21, 1888

DEADRICK, John M., Mar 29, 1857 Jun 1, 1860

DEADRICK, Mary M., Mar 22, 1855 Aug 24, 1857

 

DISHION, Paul Carlos, 1917 1922

 

HENDRICKSON, S. M., Jan 3, 1844 Sep 13, 1895, wife of J. T. Hendrickson

 

LAY, Pearl, 1879 May 20, 1911 (Household of Ruth #1829)

 

MAGET, John D., Jan 5, 1793 Aug 31, 1868

 

MCGARRITY, Jack, died Feb 1920

 

MCGARRITY, Lillie D., died Nov 1918, daughter of Jack McGarrity

 

MILLER, Bertha H., Apr 29, 1925 Aug 23, 1938

 

MONTGOMERY, Pearl, Sep 10, 1890 Aug 18, 1902, Dau of W. C. & M. F.

 

PERRY, Bettie Arbuckle, Wife of J. F. Perry, May 7, 1864 May 1, 1918

 

REEVES, Homer, Mar 8, 1891 Jan 18, 1918

Reynoldsville, Illinois Camp #12555 M. B. A. #272077 F. L. D.

 

SCOTT, Frances, 1869 May 31, 1921 (Unmarked, death certificate on file)

 

VANCE, H. I., died Sep 19, 1898, age 54 years, husband of Nettie

 

WADKINS, Phenix, Tenn. Pvt. 326 Labor BN QMC, Jun 13, 1933

 

29th ARKANSAS CONFEDERATE CAVALRY
McGEHEE'S COMPANY
COMPANY A

A list of the roll of Company A of the 29th Arkansas Confederate Cavalry which was organized at the old Methodist Camp ground near Vanndale in 1863 is a valued possession of Mrs. T. D. Hare.

 

Captain I. N. Deadrick was Commander William Grooms was first Lieutenant, John Cross was second Lieutenant. and W. P. Wilkins was third Lieutenant. W.P Brown was orderly Sergeant, John M.  Vann was second Sergeant and Sam Ware was Commissary Sergeant.

Roster of Company A of the 29th Arkansas Confederate Cavalry can be found at: http://www.couchgenweb.com/civilwar/29cavcoa.html

 

Deborah Lunsford Yates, 2000 2003

This Page Last Updated Tuesday, July 15, 2003, 10:05:19 PM CST

 

 

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