Funeral Card Friday: Van C Binns

Van C Binns Rememberance Card 2

Funeral Card of Dr. Van C. Binns, front and back cover with services through the Stephenson-Dearman Funeral Home in Monticello, Arkansas and the Twenty-Third Psalm on the back page. Privately held by Barbara Smith, Fort Smith, Arkansas, digitized by Ginger R. Smith, May 2006.

Van C Binns Rememberance Card 1

Funeral Card of Dr. Van C. Binns, inside covers with Funeral Services and Obituary. Privately held by Barbara Smith, Fort Smith, Arkansas, digitized by Ginger R. Smith, May 2006.

Funeral services and burial arrangements to be held at Stephenson-Dearman Funeral Chapel in Monticello, Arkansas with Rev. Dennis Doson and Rev. Mike Qualls Officiating
Tuesday, July 10, 1990 at 4:00 pm
Burial in Oakland Cemetery in Monticello, Arkansas
“Active” Pallbearers:
Buddy Binns
John Paul Binns
Charles Hogue
Zach Binns
Don Hogue
William Lee Hogue
“Honorary” Pallbearers:
First Baptist Church Deacons
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Obituary:
Dr. Van C. Binns was born July 11, 1905 in Drew County, AR. He departed this life Sunday, July 8, 1990 at the Drew Memorial Hospital in Monticello, AR at the age of 84 years. He was  a graduate of the University of Arkansas School of Medicine, served his internship in Boston, MA and New York and served his residency in New York. He has served the Monticello and Pine Bluff area 55 years. He was a member of the 50 Year Doctor’s Club of Arkansas, the American Medical Assn. and the Arkansas Medical Society. He was a U.S. Army Veteran of World War II and a member of the First Baptist Church where he served as Deacon for many years. Survivors include his wife Evelyn Hogue Binns of Monticello.

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Van C. Binns was the older brother of my Great-Grandfather John Brooks Binns.  He was one of the ones who stayed close to home after he became a doctor and fought in the war, running his medical practice in his hometown in Monticello until he died.  He was married to Evelyn Hogue and they had no children.

Van C Binns-Younger

Clipping of Dr. Van C Binns, privately held by Barbara Smith, Fort Smith, Arkansas, digitized by Ginger R. Smith, May 2006

Van C Binns Older

Clipping of Dr. Van C Binns from his Obituary privately held by Barbara Smith, Fort Smith, Arkansas, digitized by Ginger R. Smith, May 2006

This post is part of a Monthly First Friday blogging theme suggested by Dee Akard Welborn. Dee encourages geneabloggers to highlight our funeral card collections on the first Friday of each month. You can join the fun on Facebook here as well!

Tombstone Tuesday – Milton A Binns

Milton A Binns Gravemarker

Gravemarker of Milton A Binns buried in Buelah Cemetery in Monticello, Drew Co., AR. Photo taken by James Lamar Baker, date unknown, sent to me by Pat Sheldon (Pat and James are both descendants of Burwell and Lucinda).

“MILTON A. BINNS
BORN AUG. 30, 1836
DIED NOV. 11, 1896″

Milton A Binns was my 3rd Great-Grandfather. He was born August 30, 1836 in Georgia to Burwell and Lucinda Phelps Binns (also buried in Beulah Cemetery – see their gravemarker here). He moved to Arkansas in 1857, but returned to Georgia in 1858 (to marry his wife). He married Susan Ann Dupree, November 10, 1959 in Georgia. They returned to Arkansas and had 11 children. Milton was a prominent farmer and resident of Lacy, Arkansas. He was written about in Goodspeed’s “Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Southern Arkansas” of 1890. He was a Mason. He died November 11, 1896 and was buried in Beulah Cemetery along with parents and several children and grandchildren.

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