I was in Washington County in December, and found my g-g-grandfather in one of the cemetery transcription books for Bluff cemetery.I photocopied the page that listed the row where his headstone is.By sheer coincidence, Green L. Parrot is buried in the same row!Here's the info my photocopy shows: -------------- Row 37
Parrott, Maude M.Mother18781957 Frank W.ssw M. M.18751949 Susan E.MotherMarch 1, 1853Apr 11, 1928 Green L.Co E 4 Ten Inf Sep 8, 1845Dec 13, 1910
------------- I don't know if you have plans to visit the cemetery, but if you do, here is some info:
The GPS coordinates of Bluff cemetery are: N36°11'35.4" W94°07'58.8"
From Fayetteville, go north on 71, then turn right on Huntsville Ave.After about five blocks you will come to Shiloh street;turn left on Shiloh.You will cross over Sring Creek, where you will see the orginal entrance to the cemetery (stone steps leading up to an iron arch).Continue another 50 yards, and turn right into the cemetery.
Row 37 is between first and second street.After you go enter the cemetery, continue until you are between first and second street, then park.Look for the headstones of Martha Ann & Rev. Jesse Rieff Loving on your right; these are the first headstones in Row 37 on the right side of the cemetery entrance road.Immediately to the right of these are the Parrotts. My notes indicate that there is a G.H. Parrott, died 1925, whose headstone is right on the corner of the entrance road and first street; two rows in front of the Loving headstones.