Sue Carolyn Foy b 28 Jul 1937 Monticello, Arkansas married 13 Jun 1959 El Dorado, Arkansas to Tommie Kindrick Dunham, s/o Rev. R. Elmer Dunham and Merle Lee Smith.

Sue was a Graduate of Crossett High School 1955.
Graduated at Arkansas A. & M. College (now University of Arkansas) at Monticello BSE 1961.
Post Grad. Sul Ross University Alpine, Arkansas.
Henderson State Teachers College, Arkadelphia, Arkansas.

Sue was a TEACHER and taught at the following:
Monticello High Schoole- Monticello, Arkansas.
Dell City Elementry and High School, Dell City, Texas.
Lyman Elementry Shcool, Lyman, South Carolina.
Sierra Blanca Elementry, Crossett, Arkansas.
Surratt Elementery and Sesert Hills Elementry, Clint, Texas.

Sues hobbies were sewing, reading, doll making, genealogy, crochet, crewel and needlepoint and fabric painting.

Sue  passed away 9 Sep 1997 in her sleep, she was buried in Beech Creek, Crosset, Ark she was 60 years old.
  Sue and Toms children :
     Kimberly Helen, Tamara Lee, James Foy, Jon Richard.
                       Beech Creek, Crosset, Arkansas

                         (STOVER CEMETERY)
Traveling Highway # 8 between Parkdale and Hamburg, go one/half mile west of Overflow Hill, turn south off the highway, continue for one mile, turn right. From this point, Beech Creek Cemetery is one mile.
 Sue writes, as you enter the cemetery, the Stover Plots will be found at the far left corner. There is a tall double marker for Adelia and Obediah. On the side for Adelia, you find an open Bible and the following information b 22 Apr 1849 d 13 Feb 1904. The side for Obediah shows a Masonic Emblem and the following b 8 Aug 1834 d 21 Feb 1904. Engraved on a third side is this verse:
                  There is a world above
                  Where parting is Unknown
                  A long eternity of Love
                  Formed for the good alone.

Mack M. Stover is buried between his wived. There is a Masonic Emblem on his marker.
 Mary M. Stover            Mack M. Stover          Florence Stover
  1885-1937                     1866-1960                  1880-1910

The son of Mack and Florence is burined above their markers.
Calvin Mack Stover b 1 Apr 1910 d 1 Jul 1910


 The son of Mack and Mary is buried beside Mary.
                 Robert E. Stover b 25 Dec d Aug 1988

 In this cemetery you will find the grave of James Hill b 1 Apr 1818 d 3 Sep 1906
            Our Father has gone to a Mansion of rest
            From a region of sorrow and pain
            To a glorious land of th Deity blest
            Where he never can suffer again.

Some family graves may be in the woods behind the cemetery. THERE ARE GRAVES IN THE WOODS HOWEVER, MARKERS HAVE BEEN KNOCKED DOWN AND MOST ARE UNMARKED. There is also another Cemetery across Beech Creek and still another cemetery past Beech Creek Church on the right in the woods.
Sue Carolyn Foy Dunham b 28 Jul 1937 d 9 Sep 1997
Now takes her place among Adeliah and Obadiah, Mack Million and the others. She searches no more but rest among the STOVERS she loved.
Written by Sue Carolyn Foy Dunham 1992
Presented by Abigail Stover




William Charles Bruce b 24 Apr 1937 Canton, Cherokee Co. Ga d 3 Sep 1997 Cape Coral, Fl. He is buried in Coral Ridge Cemetery, Cape Coral, FL


Don't grieve for me, for now I'm free
I'm following the path God laid for me.
I took his hand when I heard him call
I turned my back and left it all.
I could not stay another day
To laugh, to love, to work or play.
Tasks left undone must stay that way.
I found that peace of close of day.
If my parting has left a void.
Then fill it with remembered Joy.
A friendshp shared, a laugh, a kiss.
Ah yes, these thing I too will miss.
Be not burdened with times of sorrow,
I wish you sunshime of tommorrow.
My life's been full, I've savored much,
Good friends, good times,
a loved one's touch.
Perhaps my time seemed all too brief,
Don't lengthen it now with undue grief.
Lift up your hearts and share with me,
God wants me now;
He set me free.

Presented by Abigail Stover

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