SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR VETERANS
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Allen, Robert M.
Co. M 1 Kentucky Infantry Spanish American War
Mr. Allen is buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Garland County, Arkansas. 2
Berry, Charles L.
Co. A 1 Arkansas Infantry Spanish American War
Mr. Berry is buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Garland County, Arkansas. 2
Martin, Enoch M.
Corporal, Co I, 2 Mississippi Infantry
Corporal Martin is buried in Mountain Valley Cemetery, Garland County, Arkansas. 2
Sleeper, Daniel George
Company G, 3 Georgia Infantry, Spanish American War
From the Sentinel-Record, Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas, February 19, 1949
Retired Painter Dies DANIEL G. SLEEPER
Daniel George SLEEPER, 88, retired painter, died yesterday morning at his home. He had lived here for 49 years and was a member of the Painters Union, and Fred N. Rix camp, United Spanish War Veterans.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Sarah Sleeper, of Hot Springs. Five daughters, Mrs. Alta Mae Burgess, El Centro, California, Mrs. Helen Blalock, Lake Orion, Michigan, Mrs. Sadie Dempsey, Pontiac, Mich., Mrs. Frances Harmon and Miss Alice Sleeper of Hot Springs; four sons, Glenn Sleeper of California, Leonard D. Sleeper of Hot Springs, George Sleeper of Atlanta, Georgia, and Otis Sleeper of Salinas, California; 28 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced later.
February 21, 1949 SLEEPER SERVICES
Funeral services for Daniel George SLEEPER, who died Friday, will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, at the Gross Mortuary chapel with Captain Daniel B. Cartin of the Salvation Army officiating. Burial will in Hollywood Cemetery; Fred N. Ricks Camp No. 1, Spanish American War Veterans will have charge of service at the grave.
Submitted by Art Blaylock
1 From The Sentinel-Record obituary
2 From tombstone