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Mount Holly Cemetery


category : Cemeteries
Final resting place for prominent Arkansans, this National Register cemetery, established in 1843, has been called "The Westminster of Arkansas." Includes the grave of 17-year-old David O. Dodd, who is sometimes referred to as "The Boy Martyr of the Confederacy" and was executed as a Confederate spy. Five Confederate generals are also buried here.


Address: 1200 Broadway
Phone: (501) 663-3629

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Mount Holly Cemetery

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