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Looking for Old Cemetery locations in Sugarloaf Township - Pioneer Settlers
Posted by: Angelia Newman (ID *****4439) Date: September 09, 2011 at 11:03:14
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Joseph Martin lived in Sugarloaf Township, Crawford County, in 1840. He died in 1841, his obituary was in the Arkansas Gazette. His children lived in the surrounding counties (his son Thomas Martin is credited with being the first white settler in Crawford County).

Joseph served in the War of 1812 and is recognized in Crawford County history as a veteran of that war.

We'd like to know where he might be buried. His sons and daughters lived in Franklin, Johnson (where he also lived in the 1830's), Lovely and Washington County. We haven't found that he is buried in those areas, so I assume he was buried near where he lived in Sugarloaf Township.

Would appreciate any help on finding information on the older cemeteries in the are.
Thanks!


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