|Obituaries - E Names|
Obituaries submitted by Rosa Cline unless otherwise noted.
Forest EATONJune 11, 2009
ROGERS — Forest Eaton, 83, of Rogers June 4, 2009. He was born July 1, 1925, in Phillips, Wis., to Wilber and Alta Bell Eaton.
He was a Navy veteran, serving in the Pacific Theater and European Theater. He was an electrical technician for many years and was active in the Veterans of Foreign Wars. He moved to Rogers in 1973. His hobbies included flying and building model airplanes. Survivors include his wife, Margie Eaton; a brother, William "Bill" Eaton.
Services will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at Benton County Memorial Park Funeral Home
John B. EDWARDSSunday - 28 Feb 1929
Benton County Record & Democrat -
Submitted by Pam Long , Sacramento CA
EDWARDS, John B. - The country side was shocked to learn of the sudden death of John B Edwards which occurred early Wednesday morning while at work. Mr Edwards, who with Sam Russell, was cutting wood on the Chamberlain place south of town when he was struck with a stroke of apolexy and passed away before a physician arrived. John B Edwards had been a resident of this vicinity for over sixty years having been born here on the old Edwards homestead east of town in 1869 and was reared in this locality. Practically all of his entire life was spent in farming and fruit raising. He sold his farm east of town some years ago and bought a small place in the southeast part of town where he has resided with his family for the past ten years. He leaves to mourn his departure his widow, three sons, and four daughters, three of whom were at home when he passed away. Funeral services were conducted from the home Wednesday afternoon by the Rev T J Justice and burial was made in the IOOF cemetery following the services. His passing was indeed a shock to the entire community and his many friends unite in offering condolences to the bereaved ones.
Mitchell EDWARDSBenton Co Democrat - October 27, 1895 from Pond
Submitted by Pam Long
EDWARDS, Mitchell - Died Friday, 20 Sept 1895, Mitchell Edwards at the age of 77 years. Mr. Edwards had been sick about two months prior to his death. He came to Benton Co sixty years ago from Bedford County, Tennessee and made his home in this vicinity since that time. The deceased leaves a wife and one son to mourn his untimely death, who have the sympathy of a host of friends in their bereavement. The funeral services were held Saturday and conducted by Rev. Wm. Edwards of Dickson after which the remains were followed to their final resting place in Bethel cemetery by a large concourse of sorrowing friends.
Gravett News - September 28, 1895
In our last paper we forgot to say that Uncle Mitch Edwards is dead. He died Sept 20th and was buried at Bethel cemetery near which he had lived for many years. He was among the first settlers of the county. This writer had known him for almost 36 years and has never heard his honor or truthfulness impeached. He died, it is said in the faith and hope of the Christian.
Narcissa Jane (Cromwell) EDWARDSGravette News Herald March 17, 1911
Submitted by Pam Long
EDWARDS, Narcissa Jane Cromwell - Aunt Jane Edwards, who had been in poor health, rather than from age & infirmities, at the home of her stepson, John B. Edwards, southeast of town, died Monday night, March 11, 1911, age 78 years, 2 months and 2 days. The funeral was conducted by Rev E. Taylor and burial took place at Bethel. Miss Narcissa Jane Cromwell was born in east Tennesee on 11 June 1833, the youngest of eight children, and moved to Arkansas January 1, 1851 and was married to Mitchel Edwards on February 14, 1875. She was converted in her 14th year and joined the Baptist Church and lived a consistent christian life.
Morning News of Northwest Arkansas
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