I'm not actually a Dilday descendent myself, but my sister-in-law, who died in 1990, was a great-granddaughter of John Buck Dilday. When I get tired of "banging" on my brick walls, I work on her lines for a while and pass the info along to her children and to a friend of mine who is John B's granddaughter.
I'm afraid it's going to be difficult to locate the graves for C. B. and Malinda. The cemetery records for Pope Co. in the library are rather extensive, but I haven't been able to find Cooper B. and Malinda. Sometime I'll get to the Dardanelle Library and look at the Yell County records. However, it's possible that the graves are in Pope County, but weren't marked.
I haven't been to Moore Cemetery myself, but I'm told that the church and the cemetery are about all that is left of what was once a well-settled community. Much of the land was taken into the Ozark National Forest. There is a public recreation area fairly near..I think it's called Richland.
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