Sometime this spring, my brother, Alva, and I are planning to buy a new grave stone for our Gfa. Joseph & Gmo. Margaret Pettit. Our dad, James Fletcher Pettit, engraved & set the present stone. He did that during the depression in the 1930's. Their names and the dates are nearly gone. Hopefully we will be able to have a stone set that will be legible before you make that trip to the cemetery at Brewer. The cemetery has a sign which reads Copper Springs Cemetery, now. Like I told you in an email, the cemetery is in rough & rugged country but is in beaurtiful scenic surroundings. The gravel road going west, off the blacktop near Prim, AR, is rough. There is a deep canyon you go down into and cross a one-way bridge over Caney Creek and then climb the other side of that deep canyon. I've had friends go with me to visit my mom and dad when they lived there. They thought that road was a booger.