Funeral Homes in Saint Charles, AR


Below you fill find all funeral homes and cemeteries in or near Saint Charles.

Zip codes in the city: 72140.

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Turpin Funeral Home Incorporated

Our goal at Turpin Funeral Home is to alleviate stress by serving you with kindness, compassion, and honesty during a most difficult time. We are committed to the needs and desires of the families we serve. Our focus is to help you create a...

Nearby Funeral Homes for Saint Charles

Bob Neal & Sons Funeral Home
350 E Highway 49
Marvell, AR 72383
Bob Neal & Sons Funeral Home
292 Madison St
Clarendon, AR 72029
Brown Funeral Home
305 S 5th St
Clarendon, AR 72029
Derrick Gunn Funeral Home
301 S College St
Stuttgart, AR 72160
Essex Funeral Home
1405 S Grandview Dr
de Witt, AR 72042
Liberty Mortuary
402 S College St
Stuttgart, AR 72160
Lone Tree Cemetery
1200 Highway 79b
Stuttgart, AR 72170
Mc Kenzie Funeral
112 S Washington St
de Witt, AR 72042
Morrow Funeral Home
1353 W Main
Marvell, AR 72366
Roller Citizens Funeral Home
683 Phillips Road 244
Lexa, AR 72312
Sunset Memorial Park
5741 Highway 49
West Helena, AR 72312
Turpin Funeral Home Incorporated
1107 W 22nd Street
Stuttgart, AR 72160

Facts about the city

St. Charles is a town in Arkansas County, Arkansas, United States. The population was 230 at the 2010 census. The small town has been at the center of various events in Arkansas' history. St. Charles is best known for the Battle of Saint Charles, which was fought on the White River, which borders the town. St. Charles is also known for being in the White River National Wildlife Refuge.

Saint Charles Obituaries

It was written by Arkansas Democrat/Gazette on August 11th, 2021 that William Wilson Crisel perished in Saint Charles, Arkansas.  Crisel was 64 years old.  Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor William Wilson's life.


The latter two were brothers, Walker Griffin being the man originally arrested. Whether the police officer was simply saying that to cause fear, or whether that was their actual intention, has never been known for certain. On 17 June 1862, at the Battle of Saint Charles, 8 Federal vessels including the ironclad gunboat USS Mound City 'Mound City' attempted to pass Confederate States of America shore guns here, on the banks of the White River. . Around 3:00am on March 24th, 1904, angry white men stormed the warehouse, and dragged six black men outside.


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