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picture Mrs. Sarah Emmaline (Tucker) Corbin

      Sex: F

Individual Information
          Death: Sep 1941

Her obituary was published in Sep 1941, Danville, Yell County, Arkansas. - "To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded" - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Mrs. J. W. Corbin

Mrs. J.W. Corbin of near Havana passed away at 11 a.m., Thursday. Funeral will be at 3:30 at the Cedar Creek Church of Christ.

(Yell County Record Newspaper, Danville, Arkansas, pub. Sep 1941)

picture John Franklin "Frank" Corley

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Death: 11 Mar 2011

His obituary was published 16 Mar 2011, Danville, Yell County, Arkansas. - "To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded" - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Frank Corley

John Franklin Corley was born April 14, 1936, in Havana, Arkansas. He was the 8th of 9 children born to Claudie and Rosie Gertrude (Lovell) Corley. Frank, as most of us knew him by, left this life on March 11, 2011.

He leaves behind his wife Lois Annabelle (Smith); three children, John F. Corley, Jr. of the home, Terry and her husband, Tom Couch of Enid, Oklahoma, Edna Mae Wait of Springfield, Colorado; five grandchildren; eleven great-grandchildren; two sisters, Beulah Mae (Lewis) Spencer, Anna Lorene Robinson; and a host of other relatives and friends.

He is preceded in death by his parents, three brothers, three sisters, a grandson, and a few nephews, and many others.

Frank grew up in Havana. He entered the U.S. Air Force in 1956 as an aircraft mechanic until he retired in 1982. During this time, he met and married Lois on April 14, 1957. To this marriage they had born to them three children, Terry, Edna and John, Jr. After retiring from the Air Force, with their children grown, he and Lois moved back to Arkansas. He started working for the Arkansas Forestry Service and they bought a home in Havana. He retired from the Forestry Service after about 20 years. His heart was starting to give him trouble.

In 2003 Frank found out he had cancer. He beat the cancer but not without a fight. His health wasn't great and his desire to get out and visit was gone. His heart and body gave up the fight after a heart attack while fighting pneumonia.

Frank was a wonderful husband, dad, grandpa, and great- grandpa. He will be missed but not forgotten. Fond memories will keep his spirit alive in our minds and hearts.

Funeral services were March 14, at Havana First Baptist Church.

Arrangements are by Cornwell Funeral Home, Danville.

(Yell County Record Newspaper, Danville, Arkansas, pub. Mar 16, 2011)

picture Gladys (McGee) Cornwell

      Sex: F

Individual Information
          Death: 12 Jun 2011

Her obituary was published 15 Jun 2011, Danville, Yell County, Arkansas. - "To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded" - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Gladys Cornwell

Gladys McGee Cornwell, age 97, or Conway, died Sunday, June 12, 2011 at Conway Regional Hospital.

She was born August 10, 1913 at Atkins to the late William E. and Mary Alice Clemons McGee. She was a member of the Dardanelle First Baptist Church. She received her Bachelor's Degree from Arkansas Tech University and her Master's Degree from University of Arkansas where she went on to teach in the Dardanelle and Russellville School Districts for over 30 years and she retired as the Librarian from Dardanelle School District.

She is preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Lamont Cornwell, Sr.

Survivors include her sons, Lamont Brinson Cornwell, Jr and wife Billie of Benton, David Rush Cornwell and wife Debbie of Conway; nine grandchildren; nine great grandchildren and many other relatives and friends.

Graveside service was June 14, 2011 at Brearley Cemetery with Bro. Mike Smith officiating.

Pallbearers were grandsons.

In Lieu of flowers, Memorial Donations may be made to the Dardanelle First Baptist Church, 118 South Second Street, Dardanelle, Arkansas 72834.

Arrangements By Cornwell Funeral Home, Dardanelle, Arkansas.

(Yell County Record Newspaper, Danville, Arkansas, pub. Jun 15, 2011)

picture Martha Florine "Flo" (Jordan) Cornwell

      Sex: F

Individual Information
          Death: 6 Mar 2014

Her obituary was published 10 Mar 2014, Russellville, Pope County, Arkansas. - "To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded" - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Florine Cornwell

DARDANELLE - Martha Florine ("Flo") Cornwell died on Thursday, March 6, 2014. She was born on March 30, 1914, the youngest child of Daniel Jackson Jordan and Ira Moore Jordan. Flo is preceded in death by her parents and her brothers, Howard Jordan and Scott Jordan.

She was a graduate of Dardanelle High School. Flo married the love of her life, Thomas Ray ("T. Ray") Cornwell, Sr. on Dec. 5, 1935. She and Ray were married for almost 66 years prior to his death on Sept. 19, 2001. She is also preceded in death by their infant son who died at birth.

Flo was a wonderful cook following in the footsteps of her father who owned bakeries and cafes during his lifetime. Her home-cooked food was always the highlight of church suppers, PTA dinners and sitting at her dinner table was a treat for all who were blessed to partake of her food. Her specialties included homemade bread and rolls, fried pies and chicken and dumplings. Nothing delighted Flo more than to cook a big meal and have her family present to enjoy it. She loved to can and freeze produce that Ray raised in his large vegetable garden. Ray was a great outdoorsman who loved to fish and Flo could fry the best fish with homemade hushpuppies. She was also an accomplished seamstress and made beautiful handcrafted items. She and Ray loved Razorback sports and were avid Razorback fans.

Flo loved the Lord and she raised her family in a Christian home. She worked in Vacation Bible School and was active in Sunday School and WMU. Prior to her death Flo was the oldest member of First Baptist Church, Prairie Grove. In addition, she was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star. One of the highlights of her life was hearing Rev. Billy Graham preach a Revival at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock.

Flo leaves a legacy of a loving family. A wonderful, wife, mother and grandmother, she will be missed by all who knew and loved her. She is survived by her three children,Thomas Ray Cornwell Jr. and wife Eva, Nancy Cornwell Templeton and husband Freddie and Martha Cornwell Haguewood and husband Mark, all of Fayetteville. There are six grandchildren, Melanie Templeton Sergeant and husband Steve, Todd Templeton and wife Shanyce, Tracy Cornwell Simpson and husband Jimmy, Lisa Cornwell, Jonathan Haguewood and wife Lacy and Amanda Haguewood. There are nine great-grandchildren, Brian Sergeant, Madyson, McKaden and McKinley Templeton, Olivia and James Simpson, Remy Haguewood and Cody and Collin Hail. In addition, there are numerous nieces and nephews who survive her.

The family would like to thank the kind and compassionate staff of Katherine's Place in Fayetteville for providing loving care to "Miss Flo" the last three years.

Visitation will be conducted at Luginbuel Funeral Home Chapel in Prairie Grove from 1-2 p.m. Monday, March 10. Celebration of Flo's life will take place immediately following at 2 p.m.

A graveside committal service will be conducted at Brearley Cemetery in Dardanelle at 11 a.m. Tuesday, March 11.

Funeral services in Prairie Grove are under the direction of Luginbuel Funeral Home. Graveside services in Dardanelle are directed by Cornwell Funeral Home. Memorials may be given to WRMC Hospice, 34 Colt Square, Suite 1, Fayetteville, AR 72703.

Arrangements are by Cornwell Funeral Home in Dardanelle. Online guest book and condolences at

(The Courier Newspaper, Russellville, Arkansas, pub. Mar 10, 2014)

picture Michael Rush Cornwell, Sr.

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Death: 15 Dec 2013

His obituary was published 18 Dec 2013, Danville, Yell County, Arkansas. - "To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded" - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Michael Cornwell

Michael Rush Cornwell, Sr., owner and President of Cornwell Funeral Home, passed away on December 15, 2013, in Danville, Arkansas, at the age of 69.

Mike was born on February 6, 1944, to the late Lloyd Rush Cornwell and Violet Masters Cornwell, and was a life-long resident of Yell County.

Mike graduated from Dardanelle High School before attending the University of Arkansas, where he was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. Mike went on to graduate from the Dallas Institute of Mortuary Science in 1967, during which he received the President's Award. Upon graduation, he returned to his family's funeral business in Dardanelle, and eventually moved to Danville to manage and expand the Danville funeral home. Mike was born and raised in the funeral business and dedicated his life to the success of the funeral home. At the time of his death, Cornwell Funeral Home was the second oldest business in Yell County and the fifth oldest funeral home in the State of Arkansas, having been established by Mike's family in 1898.

In addition to being a licensed embalmer and funeral director, Mike has been the elected Yell County Coroner for the past 35 years, serving up until the date of his death. The office of Yell County Coroner has been filled by Mike's family for the past 65 years, with his mother serving as the first female Coroner in Arkansas after the death of his father in 1948. Mike loved all local, state and national politics and actively engaged in many political campaigns, including heading President Bill Clinton's campaign in Yell County during his 1974 congressional race.

Mike also loved Yell County and believed in supporting his community. At the time of his death, he served on the board of directors of Chambers Memorial Hospital and the Yell County Ambulance Board, and was a member of the Lions Club and Danville First Baptist Church. His prior service includes, among others, serving on the Danville City Council, the Yell County Industrial Commission and the board of Danville State Bank, as well as memberships in the Arkansas Funeral Directors Association, the Masonic Lodge (32nd degree Mason) and the Danville and Arkansas Jaycees. In addition to countless community service awards, Mike was named one of Arkansas' Outstanding Young Men by the Arkansas Jaycees 1978 and received the Speak-Up of the Year award by the Jaycees several years running.

Before his health declined, Mike loved the outdoors and was an avid hunter, being a member of both the National Rifle Association and the Yell County Wildlife Federation. One of the highlights of Mike's life came in 1987 when he was appointed to the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. During his seven-year tenure, he was instrumental in obtaining a number of needed projects for Yell, Logan and Pope Counties. Among his sponsored projects were multiple improvements to the buildings and grounds at both the Pullen Pond and Petit Jean Wildlife Management Areas, as well as a half million dollar expansion of the boat launching and fishing tournament facilities on both the Pope and Yell County sides of Lake Dardanelle.

Although Mike's life of service to his community is an inspiration, his greatest accomplishment, other than his family, was the devotion, respect and genuine kindness he bestowed on each and every family that walked through the doors of Cornwell Funeral Home. Mike's generosity and compassion were immeasurable, and he possessed a special gift that allowed him to comfort grieving families on a daily basis. He simply was the best funeral director, and his legacy will live on in his own family and in those families he faithfully served. His favorite quote is from an old sermon "may the work I've done for others speak for me." It inspired him throughout his life.

After assisting thousands of families lay their loved ones to rest over his 46 years at the helm of Cornwell Funeral Home, Michael Rush Cornwell, Sr. will now be laid to rest.

In addition to his parents, Mike was preceded in death by his brother, Dr. Samuel Lloyd Cornwell, his sister, Carol Cornwell Moseley, and a stepson, Russell Elmore.

Mike's family misses him beyond words but is forever grateful for the bonus years God gave them with Mike. Mike took the greatest joy not in his success and accomplishments, but in spending time with them. Mike is survived by his loving wife of twenty years, Ann Elmore Cornwell, whose love and devotion to Mike is unparalleled. Mike is also survived by his four children, Michaelle Cornwell Wilkins of Danville, Allison Joelle Cornwell of Little Rock, Ashley Cornwell Gregg (Brent) of Conway and his only son, Michael Rush Cornwell, Jr. (Carrie) of Dardanelle; his seven grandchildren, Brett Lee Wilkins, Carlee Grace Wilkins, Jarett Lee Wilkins, Anna Caroline Gregg, Samuel Andrew Gregg, Michael Rush Cornwell III and Carson Kennison Cornwell; his two stepdaughters, Annette Layne (Allen) of Hartford and Pam Sebren (Kavin) of Greenwood; his only niece and nephew, Kelly Moseley Carr of Jackson, Wisconsin and James Lloyd Moseley of Dallas, Texas; his brother-in-law, James "Skip" Moseley of Mt. Nebo; and the Cornwell Funeral Home Family.

Pallbearers will be Thomas Ray Cornwell, Lamont Cornwell, Gilbert Cornwell, Johnny Cornwell, David Cornwell and James "Skip" Moseley. Honorary pallbearers will be the staff of Cornwell Funeral Home, the Dardanelle High School Class of 1962, the board of Chambers Memorial Hospital and the Yell County Ambulance Board.

Visitation was from 5-7 p.m. on Tuesday, December 17th, at Danville First Baptist Church.

Funeral service will be held on December 18th at 2:00 p.m. also at Danville First Baptist Church, with internment immediately following at Brearley Cemetery, Dardanelle, Arkansas. Memorials in Mike's honor may be made to the Yell County Wildlife Association. Arrangements provided by Cornwell Funeral Home of Danville. Guestbook and online condolences may be left at

(Yell County Record Newspaper, Danville, Arkansas, pub. Dec 18, 2013)

picture Mary Ellen (Dean) Cosby

      Sex: F

Individual Information
          Death: 31 Dec 2013

Her obituary was published 3 Jan 2014, Odessa, Ector County, Texas. - "To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded" - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Mary Ellen (Dean) Cosby

ODESSA -- Mary Ellen Dean Cosby, 105, of Odessa, Texas passed away peacefully in her home on December 31, 2013.

Funeral services will be held at 4:00 pm, Saturday, January 4, 2014 at Sunset Memorial Gardens. Burial will follow at Sunset Memorial Gardens.

Mary Ellen Dean was born November 23, 1908, in her parents' home in the rural area of Chikala Mountain, in Yell County Arkansas. She was the baby daughter and last born child of Jessie Edward Dean and Ida Alice Limbird. She was the youngest of eight children Monroe, Emma, George, Flora, Wilbur, Joe and Effie and Henry who died in childhood. The family worked a farm in Arkansas and Mary Ellen attended school in a one room school house, Mountain Springs of Chikala Mountain, and completed the eighth grade. Later when Mary was 20, she moved to Holdenville, Oklahoma to live and work where her sister Flora was living. She eventually took employment with Southwestern Bell Telephone Company in 1929 and worked for them until her retirement in 1973 after 40 years of service.

Mary Ellen married Walter Ray Cosby in June 7, 1936. They had one daughter Rhea Dean. They lived and worked in Wewoka, Oklahoma. For a short time the family lived in Bakersfield, California where Ray worked in the shipyards during World War II. The family moved back to Oklahoma and Ray ran a Sinclair Service Station in Wewoka, and Mary continued to work as a telephone operator for Southwestern Bell. They followed Rhea Dean and her husband Roger Sanderson and their new baby Cynthia Lynne to Odessa, Texas in 1960. After retiring from Southwestern Bell, Mary returned to school to complete her GED certification at Odessa College where she was recognized as their "Outstanding Student" in 1977. After Ray's death in February, 1976, Mary followed her daughter Rhea Dean to Houston while Rhea pursued her law degree at the University of Houston, and spent time with Rhea and her granddaughter Cindy and her husband Mike who were living there also. She and her daughter later returned to Odessa after several years in Houston living in the Galleria area to be near her granddaughter and her family and to be near her two great-grandchildren.

Mary lived a long and interesting life. She lived independently all of her life, managing her home and finances, fiercely strong and self-reliant. She enjoyed gardening and spending time with neighborhood friends and former co-workers. She was an active gardener and shared vegetables with her family and friends. She was a loving babysitter to her granddaughter Cindy and later to Jennifer and Michael. She created beautiful dresses and doll clothes for both girls, and was an excellent seamstress. She spent many hours coloring, drawing, walking, reading to, cooking for and entertaining four generations. She still made you a birthday cake every year and made holiday dishes to share on Thanksgiving and Christmas. She was a delight and amazement to her family and all her friends. She truly enriched our lives.

Mary is preceded in death by her husband Walter Ray Cosby, and her daughter, Rhea Dean Sanderson Bowman.

Mary is survived by her granddaughter, Cynthia Kuykendall and her husband Mike of Odessa, her great-grandchildren Jennifer Vierkant and her husband Luke, Michael Kuykendall, and her great-great grandson Preston Luke Vierkant, all of Houston.

The family wishes to extend our sincere thanks to Dr. Dar, Dr. Sanford, Dr. Garza, Dr. Unruh and Dr. Stockbridge and to all the nurses of Encompass Home Health who assisted with her care for their warmth and compassion. The family sends special thanks to her friends Patsy Salmon, Nita Martel, and Imogene Courtney who looked in and visited her often.

(Odessa American Newspaper, Odessa, Texas, pub. January 3, 2014)

picture David Ray Cossey

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Death: 23 Feb 2016

His obituary was published 2 Mar 2016, Danville, Yell County, Arkansas. - "To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded" - Ralph Waldo Emerson

David Ray Cossey

David Ray Cossey, age 80, a lifetime resident of Dardanelle, AR, died February 23, 2016, at Arkansas Hospice River Valley Home in Russellville, AR. David was born to Perry and Bula Kendrick Cossey on August 18, 1935, in Dardanelle.

David was preceded in death by his parents; former wife, Juanita Snider Sims; step father, Gobel Nunley; a son, Brad Cossey; brother, Jimmy Cossey; sisters, Betty (Ray) Talley, Joyce (Geroy) Martin and an infant sister, all of Dardanelle.

He is survived by his wife, Freda Martin Cossey; brother, Lonnie (Barbara) Kendrick of Knoxville, sons, Michael (Annette) Cossey, Tracy (Connie) Cossey; daughter, Angela (Roland) McVey, all of Dardanelle; granddaughters, Stacy (Chris)Johnson of Williamsport, PA, Stephanie (Jon) Roath of Lake Elsinore, CA, Sydney Cossey of Dardanelle; grandsons, Zac (Kayla) Cossey of Dover, Adam Brancecum of Dardanelle; great grand-daughters, Madyson, Mika, and Marli Johnson, Ally Cossey, Rezlyn Roath; and many nieces and nephews.

David loved his church family at Delaware First Assembly of God and never missed an opportunity to share his witness of faith. He leaves behind many longtime friends, but none as lasting as his best friend of 75 years, Leroy Parsons.

Funeral services were held at 10:00 A.M., Friday, February 26, 2016, at Cornwell Chapel in Dardanelle with Bro. Bob Freeman and Bro. Johnny Whorton officiating. Burial will be in New Hope Cemetery in Dardanelle. Visitation will be held Thursday, 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. at the chapel.

Pallbearers were Chris Johnson, Adam Brancecum, Zac Cossey, Jeff Harris, Eddie Harris, Buddy Haney.

Honorary Pallbearers were Troy Parsons, Men of the Delaware Assembly of God Church.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Arkansas Hospice River Valley Home, 220 John Babish Lane, Russellville, Arkansas 72801.

Arrangements are by Cornwell Funeral Home in Dardanelle. Online guest book and condolences at

(Yell County Record Newspaper, Danville, Arkansas, pub. Mar 2, 2016)

picture Allie (Conlee) Cotton

      Sex: F

Individual Information
          Death: 6 Jun 1891

Her obituary was published in Jun 1891. - "To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded" - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... died

at her residence in Dardanelle on the evening of the 6th day of June 1891, Mrs. Allie Cotton, wife of our esteemed fellow citizen C. B. Cotton. The deceased was a young matron, the happy mother of two bright children and the wife of a devoted husband. Some years back she had been feeble if not an invalid, but for quite a long time her health has been excellent. She attended the Ft. Smith bridge celebration recently, seemed in the finest of spirits and expressed herself as never having felt better in her life, but she returned home ill, and continued to grow worse until the sad, sad end.

The funeral was held at the Baptist Chruch by the Rev. W. T. Box of Morrilton, according to the Dardanelle Post. Allie Conlee Cotton was buried at Brearley Cemetery, in Dardanelle, Arkansas.

picture Charles Leonard Cotton

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Death: 1957

This Obituary was published 5 Sep 1957, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas. - "To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded" - Ralph Waldo Emerson


Charles Leonard Cotton, 79, member of a prominent Dardanelle family, died at his home Friday afternoon. Mr. Cotton was a retired planter, a son of Leonard Ryan and Sarah Jane Hart Cotton. He was a member of the Methodist Church.

Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Willie Tucker Cotton, one daughter, Mrs. Bonnie B. Gibson, of Ft. Smith, one sister, Mrs. Bessie Hunt, of Dardanelle, one grandson, Charles Cotton Gibson, and a number of neices and nephews.

Funeral Services were held at the Cornwell Chapel Sunday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock, with Rev. O. D. Peters, Pastor of the First Methodist Church officiating, assisted by Rev. Omer Standfield, Pastor of the

First Presbyterian Church. Burial was in Brearley Cemetery. Casket Bearers were Thomas Cotton, Thomas Bullock, Charles Hunt, Thomas V. Jones, Bentley Blevins, and Fred Smith. Services were in charge of Cornwell Funeral Service.

(Post-Dispatch Newspaper, Dardanelle, Arkansas, pub. Sep 5, 1957)

picture Clayborne Butler "C. B." Cotton

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Death: 10 Sep 1922

This Obituary was published 19 Dec 1957, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas. - "To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded" - Ralph Waldo Emerson


C. B. Cotton, aged 74 years, 1 month and 16 days, died at his home in Little Rock at 2:15 a.m., Sunday, September 10th, 1922. The remains were brought to Dardanelle, where the funeral service, conducted by the Pastor, Rev. H. H. Griffin, was held in the Methodist Church at 3:00 Sunday afternoon, interment being in Brearley Cemetery.

The death of C. B. Cotton marks the passing of a pioneer citizen, a man who for half a century has been prominent in the affairs of Yell County, and who has contributed much to the betterment and upbuilding of this section of Arkansas.

Mr. Cotton was born at Cottontown, Tenn., July 25th, 1848. When a child he moved with his parents to Springfield, Mo., and a few years later, when but 13 years of age, he moved to Dardanelle, making the trip from Springfield to Dardanelle in an ox-drawn wagon.

With his brother, W. E. Cotton, deceased, built the first cotton gin ever erected in Yell County. It was located on the old Cotton homestead, six miles southwest of Dardanelle, and the virgin forest was cleared to make a location for it. Its massive timbers were hewn by hand, and its gin stands were propelled by horse power.

During his entire life Mr. Cotton has been extensively interested in the growing, ginning and marketing of cotton, and some years ago perfected and patented an original system of ginning which is greatly superior to systems now in use, and which will doubtless some day be in general use throughout the cotton growing South.

Until about a year ago, when with his family he moved to Little Rock, Mr. Cotton had been a continuous resident of this city for 60 years. He was a man of progressive ideas and public spirit, and it was always deeply interested in the progress and development of his section. He was active in the construction of the Dardanelle and Ola Railroad, (now the Rock Island) and to this enterprise contributed much active assistance. For the past several months he had been in declining health, but preceding the illness that resulted in his death, was confined to his bed but one week.

On Feb. 4, 1879, Mr. Cotton was united in marriage to Miss Allie Conlee, who died in 1891. On Dec. 6th, 1894 he was married to Miss Maggie Limbird, who died Jan. 23rd, 1911. On Aug. 27th, 1911, he was married to Miss Emma Cook, who survives him.

Besides his widow, he is survived by six children, three sons and three daughters, as follows; Ray W. Cotton, of Fort Smith; Mrs. R. A. West of Hanford, Calif.; Miss Nina Cotton, of Little Rock; Arthur B. Cotton, of Denver, Colo.; David F. Cotton and Jessie Lee Cotton, of Little Rock. All of his children were at his bedside when the end came.

Mr. Cotton is also survived by two brothers, W. E. Cotton, of Phoenix, Ariz., and R. S. Cotton, of Dardanelle, and three sisters, Mrs. Mattie Halliburton, of Little Rock, Mrs. Josie Blackwell, of Denver, Colo., and Mrs. W. C. Grace, of Mesa, Ariz.

Mr. Cotton had been for many years a member of the Methodist Church, and shortly before the final summons came, stated to those about his bedside that he was prepared and unafraid to go.

"Clabe" Cotton was a good man and a valuable citizen, and while his strong will and firm determination to stand for the right as he saw it made him some enemies, likewise these splendid qualities of real manhood made for him many close and lasting friends. He has passed from the activities of men - his personal counsel and guidance will direct us no more - but the good that he did, the works that accomplished, remain as a tribute to his memory and an inspiration to his friends.

(Post-Dispatch Newspaper, Dardanelle, Arkansas, pub. Sept 14, 1922 - Obituary courtesy of Dardanelle Public Library Archives, Arkansas River Valley Regional Library System, Dardanelle, Arkansas)

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