Stafford Cemetery, Yell County, Arkansas

Updated 20 Mar 1994. This is on the north side of Spring Lake. The old community of Stafford is now covered by the lake. In 1898-99 the Arkansas State Gazetteer says: Stafford, a village in Yell County, 8 miles from Danville and 18 miles from Dardanelle. Population 25, H.R. McKinney, Postmaster, M.E. Sides, General Store, Stafford & McKinney Grist Mill.

Where possible, we have updated this page to include any corrections and additions to listings. Source information for these additions and corrections came from the Social Security Death Index and various external sources.

CPF = Confederate Pension Files
SSDI = Social Security Death Index
UPF = Union Pension Files
WWIR = WWI Records

NameBornDiedAdditional Verification
McKinney, Emma (Stafford) d/o James P. & Sarah Ann Catherine (Harkey) w/o H.R.18711896
McKinney, Era d/o H.R. & Emma (Stafford)no dates

McKinney, Eulineno dates

McKinney, H.R. (Mason)27 Feb 186713 Oct 1937
McKinney, Ida w/o H.R.4 Apr 187726 Feb 1940
Stafford, Inf./o James P. & Sarah Ann Catherine (Harkey) no dates

Stafford, James P.11 Dec 182717 Jun 1894
Stafford, Sarah Ann Catherine (Harkey) d/o Moses M. & Eleanor (Fink) w/o James P.18 Dec 184013 Jan 1888
Stafford, W.J. s/o James P. & Sarah Ann Catherine (Harkey)25 Mar 187130 Oct 1874

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