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Sugar Hill Cemetery (AKA Funkhouser Cemetery), Washington County, AR
Posted by: Shena David (ID *****9942) Date: July 17, 2002 at 08:02:33
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There are many Funkhousers buried in Sugar Hill Cemetery. From what I have found the cemetery used to be called Funkhouser Cemetery and all of the Funkhousers buried there are related. I believe they are all connected to Catherine Boy and Henry Funkhouser who came from TN to Washington County, TN. The names of the people buried in this cemetery is also available through Rootsweb.com's tombstone transcription project under Arkansas, Washington County, and then Sugar Hill Cemetery.

Catherine Boy was a sister to Adam Boy and they were children of Jacob Boy (AKA Jacob Buch; born in York County, PA and died in Sullivan County, TN). When their father moved from Louden County, VA, into Sullivan County (at the time it was Sullivan County, NC) they were the only children from his first marriage to come with him. Their mother's name is unknown, but their father remarried to Mary Drummond in Sullivan County, TN. Catherine Boy married Henry Funkhouser and Adam Boy married Sarah Royston. Catherine and her husband had at least three children who were with them in Washington County, AR. Adam's descendants lived in TN, MO, and VA. His descendants who moved to MO married into my and my husband's family lines.

Shena M. David


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