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Arkansas National Cemetery Records

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Fayetteville, Arkansas, National Cemetery
By Gary and Tina Lester, ISBN 1-56546-075-8, 92 pages, $20.00

This informative volume contains a list of all the known burials in the cemetery, listing full name, section and grave, internment date, and rank, for each soldier. Many wives of soldiers are also listed.

Fort Smith, Arkansas, National Cemetery
By Gary and Tina Lester, ISBN 1-56546-076-6, 165 pages, $25.00

The first burial in the Fort Smith National Cemetery was in 1819, and since then more than 8,000 servicemen and their wives have been buried there. This volume lists full names, birth and death dates, burial dates, grave locations, and remarks.

Little Rock, Arkansas, National Cemetery Burial Roster
ISBN 1-56546-102-9, 214 pages, $28.00

The Little Rock National Cemetery was founded during the War when Union solders were buried in what had been an old camp ground. More Union soldiers who were buried elsewhere at battle sites were removed to the cemetery after the war. A Confederate section was added in later years. This roster is straight from the cemetery's records and contains all known burials from around 1900 through 1994.
 


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