Champ T. Stuart Sr. was born in 1810 and died in 1884.  He is buried in the Powhatan cemetery.



In 1844, Stuart belonged to the Whig Party.1

In 1859, Stuart advertised himself as a "receiving and forwarding merchant" on the bank of Black River, selling dry goods, groceries, hardware, and other goods.2

Champ Stuart was involved in local politics and operated a dry goods store.



1. Weekly Arkansas Gazette (Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas) · 3 Jan 1844, Wed · Page 3 Whig_Meeting_1844.pdf

2. The Pocahontas Weekly Advertiser (Pocahontas, Arkansas) · Fri, May 20, 1859 · Page 4 The_Pocahontas_Weekly_Advertiser_Fri__May_20__1859_.pdf