Transcribed by Deborah Lunsford Yates
by permission of Luther Sigman
Located north of Wynne off US Highway 1. Travel approximately 1 mile from the Highway 1 and Highway 64 junction. Turn east on County Road 396. Cross over the railroad track. The cemetery is located on private property inside a locked fenced.
The last burial in this cemetery appears to be that of James T. Lewellen
CALHOON, GEORGIE R.
Son of G. H. & Josie Calhoon, died
“Tis a little grave but oh have care, for worldwide hopes are buried there.
How much of light, how much of joy, is buried with a darling boy”
CALHOON, JOSIE D.
FUTRELL, EARNEST H.
“Darling we miss thee”
FUTRELL, EDWARD E.
Departed this life
FUTRELL, GORDON C.
“Asleep in Jesus”
FUTRELL, IDA PEARL
“He is not gone but sleepeth”
FUTRELL, WILLIE B.
“He is gone to the mansions of rest”
“Gone But Not Forgotten”
LEWELLEN, HARRY S.
Children of J. W. & H. A. Lewellen (double stone with J. F. Lewellen)
“God blesses an early death, and takes the infant to himself”
Dau of J. T. & M. A. Lewellen,
(double stone with Mary N. Lewellen)
LEWELLEN, ISABELLA F.
Wife of Alexander Futrell, born
“In after time we’ll meet her”
LEWELLEN, J. A.
LEWELLEN, J. F.
Children of J. W. & H. A. Lewellen (same stone with Harry S. Lewellen)
LEWELLEN, JAMES T.
“In Thee O Lord, Have I Put My Trust”
LEWELLEN, MARY N.
Dau of J. T. & M. A. Lewellen, born
(double stone with Infant Lewellen)
Wife of James T. Lewellen,
(one date only, appears to be birth date, double with James T. Lewellen)
LEWELLEN, N. E.
LEWELLEN, W. M.
Son of J. A. & N. E. Lewellen, born
Aged 27 years, 2 months, 20 days (stone broken into three pieces)
LEWELLEN, WILLIE E.
Son of J. W. & H. A. Lewellen, born
LEWELLEN, WILLIE F.
Son of J. T. & M. A. Lewellen, born
Aged 1 month, 5 days
SIGMAN, ELI E.
Son of B. & M. Sigman
Born in Catawba Co., NC
“Kind husband of love thou art gone to thy rest,
forever to bask ‘mid the joys of the blest”
SIGMAN, HENRY J.
Son of E. E. & M. J. Sigman, Born
“Those who knew him best, loved him most” (Woodmen of the World)
SIGMAN, MARY JANE
“Mother”, “Sweetly Sleeping”
Wife of H. J. Sigman, Born
“In joy she lived, in peace she died, her life was ?????, but God denied”
Louis Calhoun, died
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