James Hall & Sarah J. Srygley
Felix G. "Bud" Srygley
“Uncle Bud” Srygley died at his home in Clarksville, Ark., on February 22, 1916, and was buried at Coal Hill, Ark., his old home town. He was baptized by T. B. Larimore, about forty-five years ago, at Rock Creek, Ala. Later he and his brother, F. D. Srygley, led a colony of Alabamians to Coal Hill, Ark., where many of them yet live. “Uncle Bud” was a little over sixty-eight years old. He leaves a wife and several children to mourn his loss. He had been a very successful man in business, which he continued till his death. He had been failing in health for several years and died of paralysis. Brother Srygley was brother of Brother F. B. Srygley, of Nashville, Tenn. We should not weep as the hopeless. The writer spoke to the many friends on the occasion of his burial.
– M. L. Lawrence, Gospel Advocate, (1916): 426.
Eldest Son Of J.H. & S.J. Srygley
Fernando W. Srygley
Second Son Of J.H. And S.J. Srygley
Floyd L. Srygley
Youngest Son Of J.H. & S.J. Srygley
Directions To Srygley Family Cemetery
Location: Coal Hill,
Johnson County, Arkansas