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.

Tombstone Tuesday: Eula (Brooks) Binns

Gravemarker of Eula L Binns, buried in Oakland Cemetery in Monticello, Arkansas. Date taken unknown. Photo is privately held by Eula Binns' granddaughter, Barbara (Binns) Smith of Fort Smith, Arkansas. Photo was scanned and digitized by Ginger R Smith, November 2008.

Eula L “Pert” (Brooks) Binns was my great-great grandmother. She was born April 12, 1873 in Monticello, Arkansas and died November 3 1942 in Monticello, Arkansas, just one week shy of her 50th wedding anniversary. She married John Milton Binns November 10, 1892.
Pert Brooks was the daughter of Colonel Iverson L Brooks from Caswell County, North Carolina and his wife Elizabeth “Bettie” Lee of Tennessee. She had lived in Monticello her entire life.

Tombstone Tuesday: John Milton Binns

Gravemarker of John Milton Binns, buried in Oakland Cemetery in Monticello, Arkansas. Photo includes his son John Brooks Binns, date taken unknown. Photo is privately held by John Milton Binns' granddaughter, Barbara (Binns) Smith of Fort Smith, Arkansas. Photo was scanned and digitized by Ginger R Smith, November 2008.

John Milton Binns was my great-great grandfather. He was born January 17, 1868 in Arkansas and died October 8, 1961 in his home in Monticello, Arkansas. He married Perthinia Brooks November 10, 1892. She died November 3, 1942, just one week before they were to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary.

Tombstone Tuesday – Burwell Binns

Gravemarker of Burwell and Lucinda (Phelps) Binns who are 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

Burwell Binns was born Dec. 6, 1811 in GA and died Jan. 1, 1866 in Veasey, Drew Co., AR. Lucinda Phelps was born Oct. 22, 1818 in GA and died Feb. 16, 1870 in Veasey, Drew Co., AR.

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Tombstone Tuesday – John Brooks Binns

Gravemarker of my great-grandparents, John Brooks Binns and Blanche Kathryn Hill Binns who are buried in Roselawn Cemetery in Fort Smith (Sebastian County), AR. Photo taken by Ginger R. Smith, on May, 2006.

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John Brooks Binns was born Mar 20, 1910 in Monticello, Drew Co., AR and died Dec. 1989 in Fort Smith, AR. His wife, Blanche Hill, was born Sept. 20, 1912 in Dierks, Howard Co., AR and died Dec. 27, 1992 in Fort Smith, Sebastian Co., AR. You can read about John Binns in a previous post here.

Tombstone Tuesday – Tamara Smith Nixon

Gravemarker of Tamara Smith Nixon, buried in woodlawn Memorial Gardens, located on the State line between Arkansas and Oklahoma. Photo was taken by Ginger R. Smith, May 2006.

Tammy Smith was born Jan 6, 1960 at Walter Reed Army Hospital in Washington, DC, and died Feb. 5, 1991 in Fort Smith, AR. She was my 29 year old aunt.

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