Lollar Chapel Cemetery

A very old cemetery located along the Phillips - Lee County line between the towns of Marvell and Rondo near a small Church known as the Lollar Chapel. The true name of this cemetery is unknown, but was called Lollar Chapel by Tim M. Thompson of Belleville IL in his history of the Calvert, Watson, Dougherty, and Turner family lines. "It was destroyed and farmed over many years ago." Written by Tim M. Thompson, printed in the Tri-County Genealogy Journal 1987.

Davis, Lavinia Jane Calvert "Jane"Sep 24, 1823 - Jan 2, 1907b. Lewis Co KY, d. Rondo, Lee Co AR. Dau of William and Lavinia Stratton Calvert, m. 1st Handsberry Dickerson Turner, 2nd William Wilbourn Alexander, 3rd Robert C. Davis.
Lollar, Nannie H. TurnerMay 7, 1875 - May 12, 1918b. Marvell, d. Rondo AR, dau of Sumpter and Nancy Turner. Wife of Amos H. Lollar.
Lovelace, RuebenNov 1882 - Sep 1923
Lovelace, Anna LeeApr 10, 1888 - May 26, 1917b. Marvell/d. Rondo; Dau of Sumpter and Sarah Frances Creamer Turner; wife of Rueben.
Turner, James HandsberryJan 12, 1855 - Apr 12, 1867These three children were born and died in Phillips Co AR, sons of Handsberry and Lavinia Jane Calvert Turner.
Turner, John CalvinNov 27, 1852 - Sep 4, 1861
Turner, Losson DickersonFeb 7, 1862 - Aug 26, 1871
Turner, Nancy Jane Dougherty "Nan"ca 1846 - May 1875b. Yalobusha Co MS, dau of John and Jane Brown Dougherty, 1st wife of William Sumpter Turner. She died in childbirth.
Turner, Sarah Frances "Miss Fannie"Oct 10, 1857 - Dec 15, 1910Dau of Nathaniel & Susan Creamer, 3rd wife of William Sumpter Turner.

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