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Leslie Cemetery features discoid markers predating the Civil War.
With the help of Arkansas Cemetery Association Volunteers Howard Johnson and Phyllis Rogers, Paraloma Cemetery has been restored and will continue to serve the Paraloma community.
Fairview Cemetery, located in Van Buren, is on the National Register of Historic Places and is the resting place for many early prominent settlers, judges, and Confederate soldiers.
Oak Grove Cemetery
Station archeologists are working to document graves in Oak Grove Cemetery in effort to preserve the cemetery.
Oark Cemetery features a grave house and the tombstone of Sarah Helen Patterson whose marker details the unfortunate events of her death.
Ozark Cemetery features the grave of Alva Greer whose grave is marked by two tombstones, one for him and one for his amputated arm which he lost several years before dying.
Canaan Cemetery features a variety of Civil War era box crypts with variations of discoid markers.
Carver Cemetery features the grave of William Maberry whose tombstone features an example of a Folk Art inspired stone lamb.
Scott Cemetery, located in Walnut Ridge, was recently surveyed by archeologists from the Arkansas Archeological Survey where they discovered many unmarked graves.
Agee Cemetery features well preserved grave houses from the early 20th century.
Cherry Grove Cemetery
Cherry Grove Cemetery is located in Newton County within the boundaries of Buffalo National River park land.
Tamela Tenpenny-Lewis, President of Preservation of African-American Cemeteries (PAAC) along with other members from PAAC, conducted workshops with 3rd, 4th and 5th graders from Martin Luther King Elementary at the Fraternal Cemetery in Little Rock in order to help the students better understand the importance of preservation.