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Military Veterans Buried in George County

This list was compiled by Jimmy Trussell.
Contact Jimmy if you have any additions or corrections.

There were 869 marked Veterans graves listed in the 105 cemetery transcriptions that I had done in George County, Mississippi as of June 6th, 2008. Newly found veteran names have been added as they were identified, and the new total of names posted here is 2,407 as of August 8th, 2013. The added veterans have been placed in alphabetical order within the original list. As you can see this number has grown by 1,535 veteran's names, thanks to the efforts of people like yourself. I really appreciate all the help you have and are continuing to give me as I try to identify and honor all veterans in our George County cemeteries. You can reach me by my cell phone at 1-601-508-2002, Thank you so much for your help with this project!

On 06-19-2013 I received around 68 new veterans names thru the posted obituaries that have been done by Mrs. Betty Marshall. She then sent the updated birth, death and other information for around 500 veterans. I completed updating these 06-30-2013. On July 4th, 2013 I updated records for over 100 more of these veterans, using information from Mrs. Betty Radcliff Marshall.

On 08-01-2013 using the 1938 WPA records I was able to add 43 WW-1 and 6 Civil War Veterans to this list, using records from Mr. David Eubanks.

Others contributing to these records were Mr. Jim Taylor, Mr. Dan McCaskill and Linda Ellis.

On the 7th of August I started adding 185 Greene County Civil War veterans to this list, as there was no George County until 1910, so these men either lived in Jackson or Greene counties.

"All veterans listed have George County connections"





NameBirth/DeathService Information(Cemetery)

Aaron, John Paul; b. 07-03-1907, d. 10-31-1972, h/o DeLacey (McMurry) Aaron, Pvt., US Army WW-2, (Zion Hill Cemetery, Amite County-Ms.)

Abbey, Clyde W; b. 11-12-1906, d. 11-16-1993, PFC US Army WW-2 (Anderson & Mitner Cem. Ellisville, Ms.) information by Jeff & Joy Coker

Abbey, William Tilden; b. 10-28-1907, d. 06-03-1993, Cpl. US Army WW-2 (Anderson & Mitner cem. Ellisville, Ms.) information by Jeff & Joy Coker

Ables, Max Lewis; b. 05-21-1947, d. 11-30-1998, h/o Merle Ann (Needles) Ables, retired senior instructor for the Army, served 2 tours in Korea, SFC, 101st Airborne, US Army Vietnam He died at the age of 51 years from cancer associated to Agent Orange used in the Vietnam War (Barton Baptist)

Ables, Emmette Lynn; b. 04-09-1962, d. 11-01-2005, 43 years old, h/o Davina Ann Ables, Mississippi National Guard, (Agricola)

Abstom, John; b. 12-20-1888, d. 12-27-1954, Pvt., Quartermaster Corps, WW-1 US Army, (Cedar Grove Cemetery-Vancleave, Ms.) information by Jacinda Ramirez

Adams, Alfred; b. 10-16-1918, d. 05-01-1991, Pvt., US Army WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Adams, Bodo Otto (Dr.); b. 03-__-1792, d. 12-30-1867, from S.C. War of 1812 veteran, Son of Robert, Birth 1772 in Wymondham, Norfolk, England and Harriett McClean Adams, Birth 1757 (Adams Cemetery-Greene Cty.)

Adams, Charlie J; b. 03-02-1916, d. 05-04-1991, 75 years old, h/o Amelia V. Adams, US Army, WW-2, (Hill Crest Park-Bosier City, La.)

Adams, Eugene Clifton; b. 10-18-1892, d. 07-30-1981, h/o Prestie Irene Gibson Adams (1905 - 1954), Pvt. US Army, WW-1, Medical Corp., General Hospital #19 Oteen, N.C., discharged, 8-26-1919 (Gibson)

Adams, Fitshue (Fitzhugh) Lee; b. 03-14-1884 (Registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Adams, Gary Warren; b. 08-19-1951, d. 09-17-2011, 60 years old, h/o Beverly (Eubanks) Adams, US Army, (Ball Cemetery)

Adams, Harmon; b. 1896, d. 10-26-1941, Pvt., 114th Am. Tn., 39th Div., Mississippi, (Gibson)

Adams, James B; b. 10-10-1925, d. 02-26-1989, AS US Navy WW-2 h/o Burnice (Koskela) Adams (Union Cemetery Moss point) information by Julius Redmond

Adams, Jesse A; b. 02-16-1840, d. 09-29-1910, Pvt., John Gill Shorter Artillery, 1st Alabama Infantry Regiment, Company K. Enlisted from Mobile County as a new recruit on December 26th 1862. He served and was captured at Port Hudson, LA and paroled there. He made his way back to Mobile, but never rejoined the Company at Montgomery after the furlough. Prisoner of War, Civil War Veteran, Son of Wyatt and Martha (Havard) Adams, (Shady Grove)

Adams, John; b. 08-24-1900 (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Adams, Johnny Doyle; b. 12-23-1931, d. 12-03-2000, 68 years old, CPL US Army Korea, (Barton Baptist)

Adams, Joseph Robert; b. 05-05-1887 (registered for WW-1 draft in 1917-1918 in George County)

Adams, Magnus Alhrinan; b. 04-05-1883 (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Adams, Oscar Robert; b. 05-28-1927, d. 07-06-1984, h/o Vernia (Vise) Adams, S2, US Navy, WW-2, (note: military plaque has date of birth as 05-28-1929), (New Hope)

Adams, Ronnie Gariel; b. 08-30-1946, d. 03-11-2004, SP4, US Army, Vietnam, (Gibson)

Adams, Thomas Leonard; b. 04-15-1893, d. 10-06-1935, h/o Lula Virginia (Welford) Adams, WW-1, Pvt. Texas Inf. National Guard, (Rocky Creek section C-9)

Adams, Walter; b. 01-01-1892, (registered in WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Adams, William D; b. 02-12-1892, d. 03-19-1960, h/o Azella Adams, Pvt., QMC, Louisiana, WW-1 Veteran (Natchez National Cemetery)

Adams, William Wallace; b. 09-15-1885, (registered in WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Adams, Winfred; b. 05-09-1893, d. ______, #1608135 Private First Class WW-1 discharged 03-25-1919 (information from 1938 WPA records)

Addison, Edward A; b. 06-23-1941, d. 01-20-2008, 66 years old, h/o Marjorie Addison, Chief Petty Officer, US Navy, (NOTE: E. A. ADDISON'S wife is buried in Corinth Baptist Cemetery, but his obituary did not say he was buried there)

Adkins, Roger L; He was recognized as a Veteran during the 05-26-2014 Memorial Day Services at Carter cemetery (no military or burial information available)

Aeppli, Walter Eugene; b. 01-15-1928, d. 01-07-1983, 54 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Serene Gardens-Jackson County, Ms.)

Agent, Charles Wesley; b. 09-21-1969, d. 01-03-2014, 44 years old, h/o Bekki (Stanley) Agent US Navy (killed in an automobie accident) (Johnson’s Cemetery-Wade, Ms.)

Aikens, Jeff Davis; b. 09-17-1893 d. 02-28-1949, 55 years old, WW-1 Veteran, (Roundaway Cemetery-Roundaway, Ms.)

Aikens, Joseph “Joe” Willie; b. 10-15-1919, d. 11-19-1966; Pvt. US Army WW-2, (Commerce Blvd. Christian Church Cemetery-Tunica County, Ms.)

Ainsworth, Doris James “DJ”; b. 09-22-1935, d. 09-16-2014, retired from the US Air Force, Vietnam, (Agricola Baptist)

Ainsworth, Dorlyn Cleston “Buddy”; b. 09-15-1931, d. 06-14-2005, h/o Mary Frances (Kelly) Ainsworth, US Air Force, (Williams Cemetery-George County)

Ainsworth, Seren Emerson; b. 11-04-1922, d. 12-25-1975, h/o Donnie (Eubanks) Ainsworth, (4-50-C), Sgt. US Army, WW-2, Korea, (Magnolia)

Ainsworth, William Singleton; b. 09-12-1894 d. 04-11-1978, 82 years old, Pvt., US Army, WW-1, (Magnolia-Greene County, Ms.)

Akers, Thomas L; b. 01-03-1933 d. 12-19-2006, 73 years old, h/o Janet Akers, Tech. Sgt., 20 years service, US Air Force, Korea & Vietnam (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Albair, Eli Stanley; b. 08-08-1931, d. 04-28-2009, 77 years old, h/o Walterine (Sanders) Albair, US Army Korea (Progress-Greene County)

Albritton, Jack Henry (Sr.); b. 05-09-1932, d. 01-07-2001, name taken from City Cemetery List of Veterans, (Magnolia 6-39a3)

Alderman, Burdette; b. 03-13-1880, (registered in WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in Geogre County)

Alexander, Carl A; b. 04-08-1927, d. 12-29-1947, Coxswain, US Navy Reserves (Union cemetery Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Alexander, John Alexander; b. 10-29-1873 (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Alexander, Pratt; b. 1878, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Alexander, Raymond Lamar; b. 02-16-1924, d. 05-17-1966, AEM1 US Navy WW-2, (Union cemetery Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Alexander, Robert Ford (Jr.); b. 07-04-1930, d. 05-13-2015, 84 years old, h/o Doris (Ivey) Alexander, US Army Veteran (Mt. Olive #1-George County)

Alford, Ephraim D; b. 04-18-1829, d. 11-12-1898, Pvt., Co. “E” 38th Alabama Infantry, enlisted 06-08-1861, discharged 04-26-1865, (Mt. Pisgah Community Cemetery) Civil War Veteran

Alford, James D; b. 11-08-1916, d. 01-14-1982, US Army WW-2 (Alford Family Cemetery)

Alford, Melvin (Jr.); b. 10-15-1949 d. 07-31-1994, 44 years old, US Army, (Alford Family Cem. Greene County, Ms.)

Allen, Charles Clayton III; b. 12-04-1942, d. 02-19-2014, 71 years old, h/o Phyllis (Hatten) Allen, US Army, Vietnam, (Shady Grove)

Allen, Dr. Edward Hamilton “Ed” (Sr.); b. 11-16-1921 d. 01-17-1993, 71 years old, h/o Frances (Barnes) Allen, US Navy, (Memorial Park cemetery-Monroe, La.)

Allen, James Murdoc; b. 07-24-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Allen, James Wallace; b. 10-04-1926, d. 02-28-1954, Pvt. US Army, WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Allen, Larry James; b. 03-06-1943 d. 01-16-2010, 66 years old, h/o Jeannie (Hooks) Allen, US Navy, Viet Nam (cemetery not named in obit.)

Allen, Terrill Douglas; b. 02-18-1920, d. 06-29-1990, S2 US Navy WW-2, (Woodard)

Alley, Cadius Hamilton; b. 07-18-1834, d. 06-15-1929, 2nd Lt., Co. “C” 17th Battalion Ms Calvary Civil War Veteran (Machpelah cem Jackson county (information by Dan McCaskill

Allgood, Willis Lee; b. 09-23-1914, d. 10-25-1998, h/o Clara Sue Allgood, US Army WW-2 (Barton Baptist)

Allman, Andrew (Jr.); b. 02-19-1885 (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Allman, Phelan Andrew (Sr.); b. 02-12-1840, d. 09-09-1917, Cpl. Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf. Enlisted 08-22-1861, discharged 06-06-1865 (Civil War Veteran-Wounded in Action at Murfreesboro, Tenn.) (Captured at Lookout Mountain, Imprisoned at Rock Island Prison) (Crossroads)

Allman, App; b. 06-03-1881, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Allman, George Grayson (Jr.); b. 11-19-1947, d. 12-25-1995, SFM3 US Navy Vietnam, (Shady Grove)

Allman, George Grayson “Buddy” (Sr.); b. 01-27-1924 d. 07-23-1998, 74 years old, h/o Elva Mae (Howell) Allman, US Air Force, WW-2 (Shady Grove)

Allman, Joe (Jr.); b. 10-11-1921, d. 12-21-1951, WW-2 Veteran (2-103) (Magnolia)

Allman, John H. (Jr.); b. 12-17-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Allman, John H. (Sr.); b. 06-10-1844, d. 10-13-1930, Pvt. Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf. Civil War Veteran (Wounded in action-causing near blindness) (Crossroads Methodist)

Allman, Mike George; b. 02-17-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Allman, Palmer; b. 04-01-1920, d. 06-16-1944, son of  Andrew E Allman (1885 - 1963)

Allman, Sarah J (1878 - 1966), Pfc. 169th Military Police Det. WW-2, died non-battle cause (Crossroads Methodist)

Allman, Wesley Oliver; b. 07-27-1878, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Amidon, Shawn Michael; b. 11-29-1968, d. 10-10-2011, 43 years old, h/o Rita Stephanie Amidon, US Army, Desert Storm, Spec4, served 8 years (Red Creek Union Baptist Church Cemetery) information provided by his wife

Ammond, Walter Dallas; b. 09-10-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Amos, Sy; b. 08-20-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Anderson, Clifton (Jr.); b. 11-19-1947, d. 03-21-2014, 66 years old, h/o Carolyn (Davis) Anderson, US Army for 23 years, (Movella Baptist Cemetery)

Anderson, Colia; b. 05-16-1897, d. 02-19-1982, Pvt. US Army WW-1, (Mount Pleasant Cemetery – Barton)

Anderson, Daniel Otis (Sr.); b. 11-25-1925, d. 07-07-2012, 86 years old, h/o Mary Idaree (Jones) Anderson, US Army-WW-2 & US Air Force (20 years of service to his country), (Pineview Missionary Baptist Cemetery)

Anderson, Douglas E; b. 1959, d. 1989, SR US Navy (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Anderson, James D; b. 06-04-1897, d. 09-16-1968, Pvt. US Army 42nd Co., 11th Bn., 162nd Depot Brig. WW-1 (Clarks Chapel-Greene)

Anderson, Namon William; b. 11-04-1895, d. 02-08-2002, 105 years old, h/o Adela, US Army WW-1 (Lucy Hill Cemetery-Atmore, Al.)

Anderson, Norman N; b. 10-14-1916, d. 09-30-2002, 85 years old, h/o Hazel (McCoy) Anderson, US Army, Bronze Star & Purple Heart (McLain Cemetery)

Anderson, Robert Donald “Bobby”; b. 07-08-1929 d. 11-24-2004, 75 years old, h/o Madean Anderson, US Army, WW-2 (Rocky Creek)

Anderson, Rufus B; b. 03-16-1877 (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Anderson, Tommy; He was recognized as a Veteran during Memorial Day Services at Carter cemetery 05-26-2014 (no military or burial information available)

Anderson, Weber; He was recognized as a Veteran during Memorial Day Services 05-26-2014 at Carter cemetery (no military or burial information available)

Andreassen, Herman Martin; b. 08-01-1893, d. 11-27-1970, 77 years old, retired US Merchant Marine Seaman (Crossroads Methodist)

Anglin, James Austin; b. 08-11-1893, d. 01-14-1975, funeral held 01-24-1975, 81 years old, US Army, WW-1, (Shady Grove)

Archey, Charles Aaron; b. 06-08-1936 d. 08-19-2011, 75 years old, h/o Jean (Hudson) Archey, US Air Force, (Barton Baptist Cemetery)

Archey, Stephen Rodrick; b. 01-11-1940, d. 09-12-2003, US Army Korea, (Magnolia 6-53-a-3) information from set up at Wal Mart 09-25-2012

Archie, Aaron; b. 09-20-1925, d. 01-25-1959, AS US Navy Reserves (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Arden, Dale Kempler (Jr.); b. 03-17-1914, d. 10-15-2001, US Army, WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Arguelles, Joseph G; b. 02-16-1919, d. 10-05-1956, PFC Co. “M” 26th Infantry Bronze Star Medal, Purple Heart WW-2 (William Seymour cem. Jackson County (information by Ray Bellande

Aricer, Lawrence Hardie; b. 12-09-1941, d. 06-12-2013, 71 years old, h/o Carole H. Aricer, US Army (cemetery not named in obit.)

Arnold, James Artie; b. 01-19-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Arnold, Larry L. (Jr.); b. 12-11-1983, d. ______, (Find a grave memorial # 298410 has incorrect date of death listed) US Army National Guard He served in the same unit with his father, and had arrived home for two weeks R&R the day before his father was Killed in Action in Iraq (Natchez National Cemetery plot L, O, 65)

Arnold, Larry Richard (Sr.); b. 12-21-1958, d. 06-11-2005, 40 years old, h/o Melinda Arnold, S/Sgt., US Army National Guard, 150th Combat Engineer Battalion, 155th Brigade Combat Team, Killed in Action by an I.E.D. along with fellow Mississippian Terrance D. Lee of Moss Point, Ms., Purple Heart, Bronze Star Medal, Mississippi Medal of Valor, (Mill Creek Cemetery-Pearl River) Was in unit with Sean Cooley, Terrance Lee, Robert Allen McNail-all killed in Iraq while attached to 150th Combat Engineers

Arnold, Lawrence; b. 03-13-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1918-1917 in George County)

Arrington, Homer Lee; b. 12-20-1927, d. 10-28-2007, 79 years old, h/o Mary (Welford) Arrington, US Army, WW-2 (Rocky Creek)

Atchley, Lawrence S; b. 06-12-1914, d. 03-01-1971, BM2nd class, US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Atwell, Ivy; b. 08-15-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1918-1917 in George County)

Atwell, Millard; b. 01-08-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1918-1917 in George County)

Atwell, William Louis; b. 11-18-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1918-1917 in George County)

Atwood, Geter P; b. 1892, d. 07-25-1958, WW-1 & WW-2 US Caost Guard (McLeod- Magnolia Cemetery-Greene)

Austin, Gideon; War of 1812, regiment: Ready’s Company South Carolina Militia. (Military land grant for George County Mississippi Soldier, granted to: Wm. E. Clark (information by Linda S. Ayres, 10-04-2010/USGENWeb Archives)

Austin, Thomas; b. 02-05-1907, d. 09-30-1969, MSgt., US Army Korea (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Avent, Joseph Carson; b. 11-15-1896 (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Avent, Oren Brewton; b. 08-05-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Avent, Quintus Park; b. 10-19-1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Avera, Benjamin F; b. 05-01-1896, d. 03-06-1961, WW-1, 1st Sgt., Co. “H” 71st Regiment of Infantry (Avera Vemetery-Greene)

Avera, “Byard or Bayard” Rosko; b. 02-26-1888, d. 07-17-1957, WW-1 France, Rainbow Division (Avera Cemetery-Greene)

Avera, Douglas James; b. 10-09-1910, d. 11-01-1969, Captain US Army WW-2 & Korea (Avera Family)

Avera, Hardy Oliver; b. 12-14-1892, d. ____, WW-1, served in France, (White Chapel Cemetery-Troy Michigan)

Avera, Irving Knight; b. 02-20-1898, d. 10-30-1967, WW-1 France, Co. “C” 18th Infantry (Jackson County, Ms.)

Avera, John Alexander; b. 06-12-1842, d. 04-20-1905, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Mississippi Infantry, enlisted 03-06-1861, discharged 04-26-1865 (Mutual Rights) Civil War Veteran

Avera, Karl E; b. 07-04-1894, d. 12-01-1972, WW-2, served in France US Army (Buried in California)

Avera, Sam A; b. 05-05-1881, d. 01-22-1918, WW-1, 1st Lt., was Army recruiter in Greene County in 1917 (Old Avera Cem.)

Avera, William Abner; b. 06-05-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Averett, John Farquer “JF”; b. 10-25-1918, d. 10-13-1989, S/Sgt. US Army WW-2, section A-1 (Rocky Creek)

Averett, William D; b. _______, d. _______, #3831268, Private Company #44, WW-1, served in France discharged 07-18-1919 (information from 1938 WPA records)

Axtell, Donald Leroy; b. 06-23-1932, d. 04-12015, 82 years old, h/o Joyce Anne (Fenton) Axtell, US Army, Korea, (Memorial service only-no cemetery named)

Aylesworth, Scott M.“Shim”; b. 10-13-1920, d. 10-15-2001, US Army, 450th Bomber Wing, 15th Air Force, WW-2 (Magnolia 5-5-d)

Aylesworth, Scott Marvin; b. 12-01-1876 (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-918 in George County)

Babuchna, Mike; b. 09-12-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Backlin, Carl Axel; b. 01-17-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Backlin, Maurice R; b. 10-17-1921, d. 10-22-1992, S1 US Coast Guard, (Shady Grove.)

Backlin, Maxwell Harold “Max”; b. 11-21-1941, d. 08-25-2013, 71 years old, US Army National Guard, (Shady Grove)

Backlin, Prentiss Carl; b. 07-01-1913, d. 09-18-2003, PFC, US Army WW-2, (Shady Grove.)

Backstrom, Oscar; b. 04-02-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Baggett, Dan; b. 09-05-1891, d. 08-15-1970, Pvt. Co. "A" 17th MG BN WW-1, section G-2, (Rocky Creek)

Baggett, John Lemuel; b. 12-07-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Baggett, Thomas Jefferson; b. 03-10-1835, d. 11-26-1909, Pvt., CO. “G” 1st Fl Infantry (Magnolia-Woodland Park Stone county) Civil War Veteran information by Dan McCaskill

Bailey, Benjamin Franklin (Jr.); b. 08-09-1912, d. 09-24-1993, h/o Bertha Lois “Dimple” Bailey, PO 1st class, US Navy, WW-2, (Magnolia 4-55-d)

Bailey, Benjamin Franklin (Sr.); b. 11-02-1845, d. 02-05-1894, Pvt. 36th Al. Inf. Co. “A”, Enlisted 1864, Discharged 04-26-1865, served under Capt. A. A. Hall, he received a Confederate pension in George County, Civil War Veteran (Magnolia)

Bailey, Harmon A; b. 06-06-1831, d. 11-14-1905, Pvt., Co. “C” 4th Mississippi Calvary, enl. 06-14-1862, dis., 05-__-1865, Civil War Veteran, (Slay-State Line)

Bailey, Luther; (this name taken from the City Cemetery List of Veterans) (Magnolia) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Jun 19, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 112578200

Bailey, Marion Hartford; b. 08-05-1914, d. 01-25-1966, Sgt., US Army, (Magnolia 2-89)

Bailey, Pearce P; b. 02-06-1888,, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bailey, Ramon Gibson; b. 08-14-1909, d. 10-23-1967, h/o Evelyn (Dorsett) Bailey, (2-142), US Navy WW-2, (Magnolia)

Bailey, Warren (Jr.); b. 07-30-1949, d. 03-27-2009, 59 years old, h/o Patricia Bailey, US Navy, VietNam (Tom Kittrell Family Cemetery-State Line, Ms.)

Bailey, William Thames “Bill” (Sr.); b. 07-14-1925, d. 05-27-2003, h/o Sophia (Johnson) Bailey, US Navy, WW-2; US Army, Korea, (Magnolia 5-29-d)

Baker, Dudley Eugene (Sr.); b. 11-27-1926, d. 10-03-2008, 81 years old, h/o Ethel (Hamilton) Baker & Mildred Baker, US Army, Korea, (Serene Gardens, Jackson Cty.)

Baker, Elvis Mackey; b. 02-27-1890 d. 08-11-1940, 50 years old, h/o Mary Baker, he was born in Saltillo, Tn., WW-1 Veteran (Pleasant Hill)

Baldwin, Richard; b. 04-22-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ball, Calvin G; b. 11-05-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ball, Chester E; b. 12-17-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ball, Daniel Webster; b. 03-12-1892, d. 06-18-1973, 81 years old, Ms. Pvt. US Army WW-1 Veteran, (Ball)

Ball, Edward Lee; b. 08-08-1924, d. 07-22-2001, SFC US Army WW-2 & Korea (Jackson County Memorial Park)

Ball, Edward Vernon “Ed”: On page 131 Ed Ball is listed as Killed in Action. Information from book in Greene County Meusem titled “A Leakesville Newspaper and other items, 1996 by Jean Strickland & Patricia N. Edwards”. Civil War Veteran

Ball, Edward Vernon; b. 12-03-1918, d. 12-20-1988, funeral was held 12-22-1988, US Coast Guard (Mobile Memorial Gardens-Mobile, Alabama)

Ball, Henry Augustus; b. 06-10-1811, d. 01-14-1915, Pvt. Co. “A” & Co. “E” 17th Battalion Miss. Calvary, Co. “A” 9th Miss. Calvary, Civil War Veteran, enl. 04-08-1861, dis., 05-04-1865, (Unity-Leakesville)

Ball, Henry Clayton; b. 03-09-1846, d. 01-21-1929, Pvt., Co. “C” 15th Confederate Calvary & Co. “F” 2nd Ms. Cav. Res. enl. 08-22-1861, dis., 05-04-1865, Civil War Veteran, (Sweetwater-Leakesville)

Ball, James Sampson (Jr.); b. 1839, d. 05-__-1864 Killed in Action during the battle of Rensaca, Georgia, Corporal Co. “A” 24th Regt. Mississippi Infantry, promoted to Corporal 04-01-1863, Civil War Veteran, possibly buried along with 400+ Confederates in (Rensaca Cemetery (aka) Dalton Confederate Cemetery, Dalton, Georgia)

Ball, John Jefferson; b. 05-26-1843, d. 10-06-1908, Pvt., Co. “E” 36th Al. Inf. Civil War Veteran died of throat cancer, (John J. Ball Cemetery-Vernal, Greene County, Ms.)

Ball, Lawrence N; b. 11-23-1911, d. 03-09-1976, Pfc., US Army, WW-2 (Unity-Greene)

Ball, Ray Austin; b. 05-16-1915, d. 03-17-1976, Tech5, US Army WW-2 (Unity-Greene)

Ball, Sam; b. 12-23-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ball, Scott; b. 03-27-1896, d. 03-16-1959, PFC., Co. “E” Evac Hosp 39, WW-1 (Clarks Chapel-Greene)

Ball, Tyra Augustus; b. 03-12-1832, d. 01-18-1917, h/o Martha (Stringfellow) Ball Pvt. Co. “B” 9th Ms. Calvary, enl 09-02-1862, dis., 05-23-1865 Civil War Veteran (J.S. (James Sampson) Ball Cemetery)

Ball, Underwood; b. 02-05-1923 d. 03-26-1993, h/o Mary Ball, US Navy WW-2 (Ball-George) information by Betty Radcliff Marshall

Ball, Webster; b. 03-12-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ball, William Washington (Jr.); b. 07-30-1900 (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ball, William Washington (Sr.); b. 02-10-1841, d. 08-14-1922, h/o Sarah Ann “Polly” (Fairley) Ball, they married 10-28-1869 and had 7 children, Pvt. Co. “B” 9th Ms. Calvary, enlisted 09-03-1862, discharged 05-23-1865 Civil War Veteran (Pine Grove Cemetery, Greene Co. Ms.)

Baltimore, John Marvin; b. 1890, d. 1940, funeral 11-08-1940, 50 years old, US Army 90th Div., WW-1, France, (Magnolia 2-160)

Banes, John Raleigh; b. _______, d. _______, First Lieutenant Field Artillery, served in France and received a medal for his service, WW-1, discharged 02-22-1919, (information from WPA records 1938)

Bang, Alexander; b. 03-02-1846, d. 05-20-1906, Pvt., Al Inf (Orange Grove cem, Jackson county) Civil War Veteran information by Dan McCaskill

Banks, David; b. 1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Banks, David L; b. 09-06-1932, d. 12-30-1972, S/Sgt. US Army, (Lily Grove.)

Banks, Hershel; b. 03-25-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Banks, James; b. 07-11-1829, d. 02-18-1905, Pvt., Co. “F” 17th Mississippi Infantry, enl., 03-16-1861, dis., 04-09-1865 Civil War Veteran (State Line Cemetery- State Line)

Banks, John; b. 03-__-1882 (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Banks, Willie H, b. 06-06-1925, d. 03-19-2002, Cpl., US Army, WW-2, (Mount Sinai)

Baptiste, Vincent; b. 06-04-1846, d. 04-07-1920, Pvt Co. “L” 27th Ms. Inf (Greenwood cem. Jackson county) Civil War Veteran information by Dan McCaskills

Barber, William Jennings; b. 08-28-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Baria, Frank M; b. 06-12-1842, d. 05-26-1900, Pvt Mobile City Troops, Al. Militia (Coleman cem-Jackson county) Civil War Veteran information by Dan McCaskill

Baria, Joseph DeKalb; b. 03-27-1847, d. 11-07-1918, Pvt Co. “B” 1st Battalion Alabama Cadets (Jackson County District 2, filed for pension 1907) Prisoner of War, Civil War Veteran

Barlow, Tim “Reverand”; b. 03-19-1929, d. 12-29-1986, US Army Veteran (Scranton cem.) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Barnard, Ralph Wesley; b. 07-01-1894, d. 03-29-1985, (4-24-D), Cpl. US Army WW-1, (Magnolia)

Barnes, Hugh B; b. 06-18-1924, d. 11-13-1995, h/o Virginia Barnes, Tec5, US Army WW-2, (Roseland Park Cemetery-Hattiesburg, Ms.)

Barnett, James Marvin, b. 06-16-1924, d. 03-02-1965, MM2 US Naval Reserve WW-2 (Barton Baptist.)

Barnett, Steve; b. 01-05-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Barney, Edward; b. ___, d. ___, Pvt., US Army WW-2, Co. “D” 815th Pioneer Infantry (Cedar Grove Cemetery, Vancleave, Ms.) information by Jacinda Ramirez

Barr, Charles Smith; b. 01-05-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Barr, Edward Lee; b. 05-21-1921, d. 02-15-1968, h/o Hazel (Galloway) Barr, Veteran, (Magnolia 1-312)

Barr, Paul Robert; b. 09-16-1935, d. 08-12-1999, US Air Force (New Life Cemetery)

Barron, John H; b. ___, d. 02-26-1921, Pvt Co. “D” 21st Alabama Infantry, enlisted 1862, (Jackson County District 3, filed for pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran (Four Mile Creek cem., Jackson county)

Barrow, John Gray; b. 10-05-1877, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Barrow, Thomas E; b. 06-24-1921, d. 04-22-2008, h/o Mary Elizabeth (Jones) Barrow, 1st Sgt., US Marine Corps, WW-2 & Korea, Purple Heart and Navy Cross He was born in George County, Mississippi (Jarratt Cemetery-Cherokee County, Tx.)

Bartlett, James Hugh; b. 08-12-1966, d. 01-24-2003, Sgt., US Air Force, Desert Storm, (Carter)

Barton, Billy Gerald; b. 12-21-1931, d. 10-14-1986, US Navy Korea, (Barton Baptist.)

Barton, L.B; b. 12-07-1931, d. 04-22-2015, 83 years old, h/o Sharon (Stevens) Barton, US Army National Guard during Korean Conflict (Barton Baptist)

Barton, Roy Adrian, b. 08-13-1919, d. 02-11-1992, SF3 US Navy WW-2, (Howell Baptist)

Barton, Walter Vandy; b. 08-27-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Barton, Walter Vernon; b. 10-27-1925, d. 08-23-1962, 36 years old, WW-2 Veteran (Mobile Memorial Gardens-Mobile Al.)

Basch, Archie Edward; b. 10-11-1955, d. 01-21-1985, US Army (Bell Fountain cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande

Basking, John; b. 01-05-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Basque, Brent Matthew; b. 12-13-1963, d. 12-28-1981, Pvt. US Army (Martin Ryan cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande

Basque, Joseph F; b. 07-25-1913, d. 01-14-1979, WW-2 (New Basque cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande

Bassett, Lowell Whittier (Sr.), b. 05-18-1920, d. 11-15-1997, SM3 US Navy, WW-2, (Magnolia 4-81-b)

Bates, Edward Jose; b. 06-15-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bates, Gerald Ernest; b. 08-21-1935, d. 07-11-1997, 61 years old, US Marnie Corps, 20 years of service, Vietnam, (Florida National Cemetery – Bushnell, Florida)

Bates, Joseph Connie; b. 11-10-1916, d. 10-22-1988, 71 years old, US Navy, WW-2 retired Merchant Marine Seaman (Howell)

Bates, Wiley Edward; b. 04-25-1925, d. 06-29-2004, US Marine Corps WW-2 (Clarks Chapel-Greene)

Battle, James; b. 12-03-1915, d. 04-20-1968, WW-2, Pvt., US Army, (Cedar Grove Cemetery-Vancleave, Ms.) information by Jacinda Ramirez

Baugh, Raymond Lee; b. 11-30-1929, d. 04-29-2008, 78 years old, h/o Zula Mae (Moore) Baugh, US Army, (Barton)

Baxley, Cleveland S, b. 05-29-1927, d. 11-27-1995, US Navy WW-2, (Union) Maintained by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Originally Created by: Martha Record added: 03-06, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial # 34509306

Baxter, Dennis Webb; b. 11-18-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Baxter, Edward Lee; b. 09-22-1891, d. 02-17-1958, WW-1, Pvt. 11th Co. Recruit Depot (State Line “W”-Greene)

Baxter, Ernest Ford; b. 07-06-1918, d. 09-12-1985, 67 years old, US Air Force, WW-2, (Shady Grove)

Baxter, John Wesley; b. 10-22-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Baxter, Ollie Thomas; b. 01-19-1915, d. 12-13-1991, 76 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Shady Grove)

Baxter, Walter; b. 04-15-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Baygents, James “Jim” Thomas, b. 07-31-1907, d. 07-24-1997, h/o Ina Mae, PFC US Army WW-2, (Oak Grove.)

Beard, Bruna W; b. 02-25-1889, d. 04-05-1964, 75 years old, Co. “M” 1st Alabama Infantry, WW-1 Veteran, (Magnolia-Greene County, Ms.)

Beard, David Lee, b. 10-20-1927, d. 03-15-1953, h/o Dorothy Beard, Pfc., Co. "L", 17th Inf., 7th Inf., Korea, Purple Heart Medal, “Killed In Action”, (Mount Pleasant Cemetery – Mount Pleasant Road)

Beard, Homer Preston (Sr.); b. 04-09-1893, d. 07-18-1969, Cpl. 28th Inf. WW-1 (Mississippi) (Avera Family)

Beard, James; b. 10-23-1832, d. 08-25-1917, 4th Sgt. Co. “A” 24th Mississippi Infantry, enl. 07-06-1861, dis., 04-26-1865, Civil War Veteran, (Mt. Pisgah, Leakesville)

Beard, Jesse; b. 05-10-1888, d. 02-15-1964, Pvt., Co. “G” 309th Inf. WW-1 (Mt Pisgah Community)

Beard, John Lee; b. 04-15-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Beard, Nolan Levelle; b. 12-13-1922, d. 09-09-1989, 66 years old, US Air Force, WW-2 (Burleson Memorial Park-Burelson, Texas)

Beard, Otto; b. 01-27-1897, d. 07-21-1918, Pfc., US Army WW-1, Killed In Action, Purple Heart Medal, (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Beard, Ray Verne “RV”; b. 12-13-1924, d. 07-10-1999, US Army WW-2 (Magnolia 4-72-b)

Beard, Thomas E; b. 03-08-1887, d. 11-27-1974, WW-1 US Army Pvt., (McLeod-Magnolia)

Beard, Vetson; b. 01-26-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Beard, Wilson W. (Jr.); b. 05-20-1918, d. 03-24-1988, 69 years old, h/o Mary E. Beard US Navy, WW-2 (Winborn Chapel)

Beard, Wilson W. (Sr.); b. 04-16-1895, d. 10-03-1960, WW-1 Veteran, Troop “A” 6th Calvary WW-1 (Mt Pisgah)

Bearry, George Littleton; b. 05-18-1922, d. 01-15-1973, WW-2, US Navy Amphibious, (Rocky Creek)

Bearry, William David “Dee”, b. 08-02-1908, d. 02-15-1985, US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 4-22-a)

Beasley, John “Erskine”; b. 12-24-1921, d. 05-16-2011, 89 yrs. Old, h/o Hazel (Gower) Beasley, US Navy WW-2, (Carter)

Beasley, Preston Merton (Jr.); b. 10-02-1920, d. 01-11-2007, h/o Billie Beasley, (military infor not given) He was recognized as a Veteran during Memorial Day Services at Carter Cemetery 05-26-2014 (Woodlawn Park Cemetery-Wiggins)

Beasley, Preston Merton (Sr.); b. 11-09-1895, d. 02-26-1983, h/o Ida Mae (Mitchell) Beasley US Army WW-1, (Barton Baptist.)

Beasley, Ralph H; b. 11-09-1932, d. 01-04-2000, h/o Jane I. Beasley, US Army, Korea, (Barton)

Beasley, William J; b. 11-17-1843, d. 07-05-1932 or 1935, Pvt, Co. “B” 32nd Al. Infantry Civil War Veteran, (Grafton-Sand Hill)

Beasley, William Merton “Billie”; b. 05-24-1943, d. 12-08-1999, MM3, US Navy, Vietnam (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Beaugez, Hugh S. (Sr.); b. 02-20-1915, d. 07-27-1974, Sgt., US Air Force (William Seymour cem. Jackson county) information by Ray Gellande

Beaugez, Reno; b. 08-26-1893, d. 12-30-1967, Pvt., US Army WW-1 (William Seymour cem. Jackson county) information byRay Bellande

Beavers, Gatha Lee; b. 10-05-1899, d. 02-12-1981 (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County) (Magnolia)

Beck, Charles Richard; b. 06-21-1932, d. 01-28-1983, Cpl. US Army Korea, (Hillcrest)

Beck, Phil; b. 01-18-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Beech, Delbert William; b. 04-12-1926, d. 10-02-1993, S2C US Navy WW-2 & Korea (Mt. Pisgah Pentecostal)

Beech, Joshua Thomas; b. 02-22-1844, d. 03-18-1911, Pvt., Co. “I”, 36th Alabama Infantry, enl. 03-07-1862, dis., 04-26-1865, Civil War Veteran, (Mt. Pisgah, Leakesville)

Beech, William Elbert; b. 01-03-1926, d. 10-08-1998, Tec5 US Army WW-2 (Mt. Pisgah Pentecostal)

Bell, Dan Allen; b. 1917, d. 1988, Pvt., US Army WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Bell, Freddie; b. 01-19-1931, d. 04-08-1996 US Army Korea (Ellisville city cem. #2 New section -Jones county) information by Cleveland Sowell

Bell, Dr. Robert Braddock; b. 09-05-1931, d. 01-25-2010, 78 years old, US Army, h/o Bernice (Brenneman) Bell (Cemetery not named)

Bell, William H; b. 1847, d. 1910, h/o Sarah (Gill) Bell, Pvt., Co. “E” 23rd Alabama Infantry (Evergreen cemetery-Jackson County)

Bellman, Charles W; b. 1841, d. 1885, Co. “I” 1st La Infantry Civil War Veteran (Bellande Cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande

Bellman, Harso; b. 1847, d. 11-16-1920, Pvt Co. “I” 1st La Infantry (Belande cem. Jackson county) Civil War Veteran information by Dan McCaskill

Belt, Isiah; b. 01-06-1910, d. 10-06-1954, WW-2 AAF, 4000 Base Unit (Simpson)

Benefield, Elmer C; b. 01-29-1917, d. 06-17-1967, Pvt., Coast Artillery Corps Mississippi, (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Benjamin, Loch/Lack; b. 01-15-1890, d. 02-02-1969, Pvt., 437th, Res. Labor BN., QMC, (Mount Pleasant Cemetery – Mount Pleasant Road)

Bennett, Frederick E; b. 06-12-1924, d. 10-31-1983, Pfc., US Army, WW-2, (Hilltop)

Bennett, Herbert Hoover; b. 09-26-1928, d. 04-29-1982, PFC US Army, (Pipkin – off Fig Farm Road)

Bennett, Joe B; b. 10-27-1932, d. 08-24-1964, FN US Navy, (Pipkin – off Fig Farm Road)

Bennett, Junius; b. 04-16-1898, d. 08-19-1967, Pvt., Co. “E” 816th Pioneer Infantry WW-1 (Pine Ridge Cemetery, Hattiesburg)

Bennett, William Francis (Sr.); b. 11-20-1917, d. 03-27-1960, Adj., US Navy, (Magnolia 3-210)

Benson, Marcelle (Sr.); b. 10-19-1914, d. 06-19-1995 Pvt US Army WW-2 (Benson cem. Jones county) information by Cleveland Sowell

Benson, Raymond L, b. 12-05-1916, d. 04-06-1953, Capt. 825th Engr. Avn. Bn., WW-2, (New York), (Magnolia 3-130)

Bernhardt, Durward Joseph; b. 12-10-1925, d. 11-17-2005, 79 years old, h/o Faye, US Army, WW-2, (Beaumont Cemetery)

Berry, Billy Adolph; b. 02-18-1930, d. 07-18-1952, M/Sgt. Co. “K” 23rd Infantry, 2nd Infantry Division WW-2 Purple Heart (Leaf Cemetery-Greene)

Berry, Charles David; b. 07-13-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Berry, Clarence; b. 02-23-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Berry, Fred, b. 02-05-1897, d. 01-30-1963, Pvt. US Army WW-1, (Magnolia 3-54)

Berry, German; b. 08-31-1847, d. 12-01-1923, Civil War Veteran, C.S.A., Pvt. “Capt. Yergers Co.”, Ms. State troops (Pine Grove Methodist Church cemetery) Information by Linda Ellis

Berry, Julius Sylvester, b. 03-02-1922, d. 04-03-1985, Sgt. US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 4-74-d)

Berry, Kenneth Neal; b. 1947, d. 07-24-2003, h/o Carolyn Berry, US Air Force (Sweetwater-Greene) information by Betty Radcliff Marshall

Berry, Liman Clifton; b. 01-06-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Berry, Noah Watson; b. 10-28-1878, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Berry, Robert James; b. _____, d. 11-22-2014, 85 years old, h/o Carrie Berry, US Army (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Berry, Thelton Curtis; b. 02-03-1926, d. 09-25-1982, S/Sgt. US Army WW-2 (Pine Grove Methodist cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Berry, Willard Clifton “W.C.”; b. ____, d. 12-06-2014, 93 years old, h/o #1 Glendene & #2 Arlene Berry, US Air Force, WW-2 (Pine Grove Methodist Cemetery)

Berry, William Lawrence; b. 01-14-1892, d. 03-27-1962, 70 years old, WW-1 Veteran, Mississippi Cook Co. “G” 155th Inf. 39th Div. (Pine Grove Methodist Cemetery-Perkingston) information by Linda Ellis

Berry, William Ross (Jr.); b. 07-19-1928, d. 11-09-2011, 83 years old, h/o Martha Berry, US Army, Korea (Pine Grove Cem, Jackson County)

Bertram, Louis J; b. 10-16-1876, d. 11-11-1939, Pvt., 1st Mississippi Infantry WW-1, (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Bestor, Daniel Perrine; b. 03-27-1840, d. 06-06-1911, 37th Ms. Infantry-enlisted Enterprise, Ms. Civil War Veteran Information by Lisa McKinney, Magnolia Cemetery-plot “F” Mobile, Al.)

Beverly, Gustus B; b. 10-15-1840, d. 09-30-1924, Pvt Co. “C” 37th Ms Infantry (McHenry cem. Stone county) Civil War Veteran information by Dan McCaskill

Beverly, Willie Jack; b. 1908, d. 1987, PFC, US Army (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Bexley, Bruner Vander; b. 01-28-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bexley, Edwin E; b. 10-12-1933, d. 09-18-1975, US Army Veteran (Holmes Baptist)

Bexley, William Erastus; b. 07-29-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bexley, George Washington; b. 02-02-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bexley, Hugh; b. 01-07-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bexley, Lyman Jack, b. 01-18-1924, d. 01-05-1987, PFC US Army WW-2, (Holmes Baptist)

Bexley, William Dewey; b. 04-05-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bexley, William E; b. 02-06-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bexley, William Steven; b. 10-10-1925, d. 11-29-1944, son of Hugh and Fannie Bexley, Killed in Action WW-2, Pvt., 410th Infantry Regiment, 103rd Infantry Division, Purple Heart, buried in Espinal American Cemetery, Epinal, France plot A, row 5, grave # 19 Bexley, William F, b. 01-31-1925, d. 02-13-1975, h/o Alma (Pipkins) (Eubanks) Bexley, S1 US Navy WW-2, (Holmes Baptist)

Beyer, Bonnie (Pipkins); b. 01-08-1937, d. 03-30-2013, 76 years old, Retired Civil Servant of the US Air Force, (Radney Funeral Home-Mobile, Al. in charge)

Biggs, Rodney Dewayne; b. 10-20-1965, d. 02-26-2015, 49 years old, h/o Connie Lynn (Goldman) Biggs, US Navy (Northside Baptist Church cemetery)

Bilbo, Jasper; b. 1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bilbo, Lawrence Jerome; b. 04-28-1900, d. 09-06-1981, US Navy WW-1 (Pine Grove Methodist Cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Bilbo, Lymon; b. 03-15-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bilbo, Ulysses C; b. 10-19-1915, d. 02-13-1995, 78 years old, US Army, WW-2, (Mt. Pleasant #2)

Bisemet, John Christoph; b. 04-02-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bishop, Claiborne Howard, b. 12-03-1918, d. 09-21-1987, US Army WW-2, (Crossroads Methodist.)

Bishop, Helen Joyce; b. 12-20-1935, d. 10-22-2005, Sgt. US Marine Corps. (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Bishop, Joseph F; b. 04-05-1934, d. 11-11-2000, Pfc, US Marine Corps., Korea (Machpelah cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Bishop, Milton T; b. 03-15-1938, d. 02-13-2011, ADJ1 US Navy Vietnam (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Black, A.G; b. 12-06-1913, d. 02-15-1970, Pvt Engineering WW-2 (Magnolia-Greene)

Black, Claude; b. 07-29-1916, d. 08-22-1995, Pvt., US Army, WW-2, (Highland Cemetery-Hattiesburg, Ms.)

Black, John; b. 12-16-1914, d. 01-30-1984, US Army M/SGT. WW-2 & Mississippi National Guard (Antioch-Benndale) information from set up at Wal Mart 09-25-2012

Black, John V (His headstone has John F. Black); b. 03-07-1837, d. 11-__-1879, Civil War Veteran, Pvt., Co. “A” 29th Miss Infantry & Co. “A” 24th Ms. Infantry, enlisted 03-08-1862,, discharged 04-26-1865 (Salem) information from Dan McCaskill’s web site

Blackledge, Gaines Bartley; b. 09-22-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Blackledge, Nelson W, b. 01-06-1902, d. 09-28-1963, (4-25-A), Lt. US Navy WW-1 & WW-2, (Magnolia)

Blacklidge, Marvin; He was recognized as a Veteran during Memorial Day Services at Carter Cemetery 05-26-2014 (no military or burial information available)

Blacklidge, Willis T; b. 09-10-1924, d. 05-29-1998, h/o Louise (Barrett) Blacklidge, 1st Lt. US Army Air Force, Distinguished Flying Cross, (Union Line Cemetery-Soso, Ms.)

Blackston, Arthur; b. 09-22-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Blackston, James Andrew; b. 09-10-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Blackstone, Clarence, b. 10-10-1906, d. 01-04-1983, Pfc., US Army, (Mount Pleasant Cemetery – Mount Pleasant Road)

Blackstone, Robert L; b. 10-18-1922, d. 10-17-1944, Pvt., 3554th Q.M. Truck Co. Pvt., Died non-battle cause, WW-2, Air Medal with 2 Oak Clusters & Purple Heart, (Mount Nebo Cemetery- Greene County, Ms.)

Blair, Calvin Oscar (Sr.); b. 10-24-1898, d. 12-24-1973, 75 years old, WW-1 Veteran, (Blair Family Cemetery)

Blair, Herbert Milton 'Herb' (Sr.), b. 08-20-1932, d. 08-30-2003, US Air Force Retired, (Union)

Blake, Andrew E; b. 07-09-1831, d. 09-25-1875, Cpl Co. “E” 20th Ms INF (Griffin cem. Jackson county) information by Dan McCaskill Civil War Veteran

Blakely, Luther Simon; b. 02-11-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Blakeney, Herbert O; b. 07-16-1923, d. 12-22-1970, SSgt 3380th Air Base Grp. AAF, US Army, WW-2 & Korea, (Liberty Cemetery-Taylorsville, Ms.)

Blankinchip, Jester L; b. 07-02-1932, d. 06-06-1964, Sp3, US Army (Mississippi) (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Blankinchip, William M.; b. 08-19-1842, d. 06-08-1925, Pvt., Co. “E” 36th Al. Inf., enl. 04-01-1862, dis., 03-10-1865, Civil War Veteran, (Mt. Pisgah-Leakesville)

Blevins, Fred G; b. 1917, d. 12-27-1999, 82 years old, h/o Mattie, US Navy (Cedar Hill Cemetery-Scottsboro, Jackson County, Al.) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Jun 14, 2011 Find A Grave Memorial # 71341080

Blood, Manuel L. “Jerry; b. 02-08-1917, d. 10-04-1995, h/o Martee (Breland) Blood, his rank was S/Sgt. US Army, WW-2 (Pinecrest Cemetery-Mobile, Al.) Find a grave #3594329, information by Mrs. Betty Radcliff Marshall

Blood, Martee (Breland) “Marty”; b. 05-23-1919, d. 01-23-2003, w/o Manuel L. Blood, her rank was PHM1 class, US Navy, WW-2, (Pinecrest Cemetery, Mobile, Al.) Find a grave # 35994329, information by Mrs. Betty Radcliff Marshall

Blount, Clarence S; b. 07-27-1893, d. 04-06-1934, WW-1 2nd Lt., Quartermaster Corps., (Stateline cemetery)

Blunk, Oren D, b. 11-24-1904, d. 1986, US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 4-33-a)

Blythe, Elbert Eugene; b. 09-04-1922, d. 08-31-1993, h/o Jane Blythe, EM3 US Navy, WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Bohl, Albert; b. 12-25-1919, d. 06-06-1990, Sgt., US Army, WW-2 & Korea (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Bohl, Karl; b. 09-27-1914, d. 11-20-1991, Sgt., US Army, WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Boisclair, Richard C; b. 03-31-1910, d. 02-18-1970, Tech5, US Army, WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Bolding, Galvin Thomas (Sr.); b. 03-15-1898, d. 08-30-1962, Pvt., US Army, WW-1, (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Boling, Benager; b. 07-__-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Boling, King Solomon; b. 05-15-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bolton, Joe L, b. 05-25-1905, d. 08-20-1987, Pvt., US Army, WW-2, (Mount Rose)

Bond, Alison Geyhue; b. 06-29-1924, d. 05-17-1990, h/o Tessie Vermell (Flurry) Bond, US Army WW-2 (Pine Bluff Cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Bond, Alvin Harmon (Sr.); b. 08-11-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bond, Alvin Harmon (Jr.); b. 11-04-1931, d. 11-12-2013, 82 years old, h/o Truly (Dean) (Brockway) Bond, US Army Korea, (Crossroads Methodist)

Bond, Barrett W, b. 08-29-1910, d. 04-19-1973, Pvt., US Army, WW-2, Mississippi, (Gibson)

Bond, Burnis L; b. 07-26-1919, d. 12-07-1941, Cpl., US Marine Corps WW-2 Purple Heart, Killed in Action, find a grave #13279097 (Woodland Park Cemetery-Wiggins, Ms.)

Bond, James Curtis; b. 06-08-1925, d. 10-14-1997, US Navy, WW-2, (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Bond, Rollie Marion, b. 10-22-1923, d. 05-24-2003, ABF2, US Navy, Korea, (Howell Cemetery – Basin)

Bond, Thomas; b. 06-18-1822, d. 05-28-1886, Pvt Co. “H” 3rd Ms Infantry, (Bond Cem. – Stone county) Civil War Veteran information by Dan McCaskill

Bond, Thomas Andrew; b. 06-17-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bond, Thomas J; b. 02-16-1921, d. 11-29-1944, Private, 18th Infantry 1st Infantry Division Purple Heart, WW-2 Killed in Action (Paramont Church Cemetery-Stone County)

Bond, Van McKinley; b. 07-17-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bond, William Marian; b. 12-30-1877, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bonnarens, Martin Ezekiel; b. __-__-1929, d. 03-13-2007, 78 years old, h/o Irma, US Navy, Monterrey, Mexico)

Bonnett, Charles Merian; b. 04-19-1883(registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County),

Booker, Isaac; b. 12-20-1916, d. 09-05-1984, US Army Veteran (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Booker, T.W. Randall; b. 11-19-1919, d. 01-13-1993, US Army Veteran (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Boone, James W; b. 05-03-1922, d. 02-01-1945, h/o Lizzie (Haddox) Boone, Killed in Action, (Woodland Park Cemetery-Stone County, Ms.)

Booth, Reverand Douglas B, b. 03-19-1836, d. 10-06-1906, Co "C" Prattville Drag also Co. “H” 3rd Alabama Calvary, Civil War Veteran, (Wounded in Action), section B-6 (Rocky Creek) (1938 WPA records show he was home because he had been wounded in battle at the time of Surrender)

Booth, Stephen Douglass; b. 02-08-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bosarge, Cobb; b. 1847, d. 12-29-1925, Pvt Co. “D” 9th Ms calvary, Big Level Cem., Stone County) Civil War Veteran information by Dan McCaskill

Bosarge, Howard L; b. 01-31-1919, d. 10-09-1971, Coxswain US Navy WW-2 (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Bosarge, Jefferson; b. 11-14-1839, d. 04-28-1923, Co. “D” 56th Al. infantry, Prisoner of War in Macon, Georgia (Jackson County District 3, filed for pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran (Orange Grove cem. Jackson county) information by Dan McCaskill

Bosarge, Jerril John; b. 04-18-1931, d. 08-16-2009, 78 years old, h/o Janis (Parker) Bosarge, US Navy (Barton Baptist)

Boswell, Pennel L; b. 1912, d. 1986, SSgt., US Army (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Botta, James Henry; b. 06-08-1936, d. 12-27-1999, US Army, (Rocky Creek)

Boudreaux, Roland C; b. 07-25-1932, d. 07-16-2000, Pfc US Army Korea (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Boulware, Earl J; b. 04-26-1923, d. 01-21-1989, US Navy, WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Boulware, Robert J; b. 09-14-1921, d. 09-30-1981, US Military Veteran, (Valhalia Memorial Garden, Seemes, Al.)

Boulware, Ronald L; b. 04-25-1918, d. 05-03-1987, 69 years old, Tech4 US Army, WW-2 (Mutual Rights-Avera, Mississippi)

Bounds, Fredrick Howard; b. 01-16-1916, d. 09-29-2004, Col. US Army, WW-2, 88 years old, (Magnolia 5-24-b)

Bounds, Thomas Earl, b. 06-08-1920, d. 09-12-1992, M/Sgt. US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 4-23-d)

Bounds, William Edwin, b. 06-11-1922, d. 11-19-1989, T/Sgt. US Army Air Corps, WW-2, (Magnolia 5-22-a)

Bounds, William T. (Sr.), b. 09-04-1913, d. 07-08-1991, Cpl. US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 5-24-d)

Boutwell, Dan H, b. 06-06-1918, d. 04-11-1992, Pvt. US Army, (Corinth)

Bowen, Charles William, b. 03-07-1891, d. 09-21-1943, #3872640, WW-1, Pvt., US Army, Mississippi Honorable discharge by reason of S.C.D. 3rd Ind. Hd. Camp, (Antioch Methodist -Benndale)

Bowen, James Elora; b. 12-14-1918, d. 12-26-1984, 66 years old, US Merchant Marines (Magnolia 5-3-b)

Bowie, Billie Lee; b. 07-10-1923, d. 12-03-2000, 77 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Magnolia 6-37-d-1)

Bowlin, George Robert; b. 09-03-1942, d. 10-01-2007, 65 years old, h/o Ruby Carol Bowlin, US Navy, (Memorial service with full Military Honors was held, he was cremated)

Bowman, Robert A; b. 08-25-1949, d. 01-24-1988, Sp5 US Army Viet Nam (Scotland)

Box, Abraham; b. 05-03-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Box, Buford Edwin; b. 11-19-1926, d. 08-06-1970, 43 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Moffett)

Box, Clarence A, b. 10-08-1924, d. 01-13-2002, (Macedonia)

Box, Edward Bodie; b. 08-16-1828, d. 07-09-1904, Pvt., Co. “B” 9th Ms. Inf. Civil War Veteran, (Cooley-Vernal)

Box, James; b. 12-06-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Box, Solman Edward; b. 08-05-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Box, Susan Henry; b. 01-17-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Box, William Henry; b. 10-10-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Box, Willie Spencer; b. 03-10-1878, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Boyles, Everette Pendelton, b. 02-18-1910, d. 01-09-1976, F1, US Navy, WW-2, military plaque has date of birth as 02-17-1910, (Pipkins Cemetery – Avent)

Bracks, James Wesley; b. 12-12-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bradley, Arnold; b. 1934, d. 12-07-2007, 73 years old, h/o Ann, SSgt. US Air Force, (St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church Columbarium-South Haven) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Jan 05, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 103132615

Bradley, Cleven; b. 1907, d. 1990, US Army WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Bradley, Edgar Eulester; b. 10-09-1938, d. 07-01-2013, 74 years old, h/o Nelda (Fairley) Bradley, US Army, Viet Nam, buried with full military honors, (Bexley Baptist)

Bradley, F.M; Co. “A” 2nd Al. Light Artillery (Jackson County District 3, filed for pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran

Bradley, Gordan Lamar; b. 04-23-1945, d. 08-__-2005, 60 years old, h/o Faye, US Army, Vietnam, (Ft. Walton Beach)

Bradley, Hardy Eugene; b. 03-26-1942, d. 09-17-2007, 65 years old, US Army National Guard, (Agricola)

Bradley, Hollie (Jr.); b. 03-22-1940, d. 6-26-2010, 70 years old, h/o Sheila (Stone) Bradley, US Army 1961 thru 1964, (Magnolia 4-53-??)

Bradley, Horace; b. 03-19-1923, d. 11-07-1981, (name taken from City cemetery list of Veterans) (Magnolia)

Bradley, Huston A; b. 08-05-1917, d. 08-28-1939, PFC., 13th Regiment CAC, WW-1 (Unity-Greene)

Bradley, James Carl; b. 03-07-1893, d. 08-06-1967, WW-1, Pvt., Btry. “E” 149th Field Artillery (Neely Cemetery)

Bradley, Rex Allen; b. 01-27-1933, d. 05-23-1994, 61 years old, US Army, Korea, (Agricola)

Bradley, Sherrod Quincey; b. 05-__-1842, d. 08-31-1913, Pvt., Co. “F” 17th Battalion Ms. Cav., & Co. “D” 9th Ms. Cav. Civil War Veteran, (Buffalo-McLain Ms.)

Bradley, William; b. 05-18-1874, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bradley, William F; b. 02-11-1937, d. 10-22-1959, PFC., US Army, WW-2 (Old Washington-Neely-Greene)

Bragg, James Earl “Bill” (Sr.); b. 06-12-1940, d. 01-02-2012, 71 years old, h/o Gloria Jean (Franks) Bragg, US Army, (Rocky Creek)

Braneski, Stanley J; b. 09-08-1931, d. 11-29-1993, Pvt 1st class, US Army, Vietnam (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Brannan, Curtis W; b. 08-10-1887, d. 03-12-1963, US Army, WW-1 (Macedonia) veteran information provided by Vermell (Brannan) Bijlani

Brannan, Daniel Edward, b. 03-17-1838, d. 01-15-1922, Co. "E" 36th Ala. Inf. (Civil War Veteran), (Macedonia)

Brannan, Elvin, b. 01-02-1929, d. 11-05-2006, US Army (Macedonia)

Brannan, Henry Christopher; b. 01-26-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Brannan, Horace; b. 12-19-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Brannan, Keith; b. 04-24-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Brannan, Keith "Snooks" M, b. 05-12-1923, d. 02-21-1977, section A-1, S1 US Navy WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Brannan, Larry K; b. 10-09-1943, d. 07-24-1979, Sgt., 786th Trans., (Rocky Creek)

Brannan, Lonnie Allan; b. 11-20-1947, d. 04-08-1993, SP4, 683rd, Engr., Plt. FF., (Rocky Creek, section A-1)

Brannan, Marcus L (Sr.), b. 10-17-1928, d. 10-13-1980, S/Sgt. US Army, Korea, (Macedonia)

Brannan, Morris W; b. 11-30-1891, d. 04-07-1965, US Army, WW-1 (Macedonia) Veteran information provided by Vermell (Brannan) Bijlani

Brannan, Nathan Leander; b. 06-28-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Brannan, Rex Jimmy “Bull”; b. 03-08-1940, d. 10-05-2008, 68 years old, National Guard, (Coaltown Cem. Purvis)

Brannan, Samuel Cornelious; b. 09-02-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Brannan, Thomas W, b. 02-02-1848, d. 05-06-1908, Toomer’s Co. Mobile Home Guards, (Civil War Veteran), (Macedonia)

Brannan, Wayne G, b.05-30-1933, d 08-08-1969, MM3 US Navy Reserve, Korea, section D-7 (Rocky Creek)

Brannan, Webster Ervin; b. 03-12-1925, d. 12-11-1983, US Army, WW-2, Korea, "Purple Heart", F-7 (Rocky Creek) information provided by his daughter Vermell (Brannan) Bijlani

Brannon, Ellis, b. 12-16-1898, d. 06-19-1967, Pvt. US Army, WW-2, (Macedonia)

Brannon, Gaines Edward; b. 02-01-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Brannan, John N; b. 09-03-1845, d. 12-02-1922, Pvt., Co. “G” 4th Al. Infantry, enlisted 1864 discharged 04-26-1865 Civil War Veteran (Macedonia)

Brannon, John Wesley, b. 11-03-1845, d. 12-02-1922, h/o Sarah Brannan, Toomer’s Co. Mobile Home Guards, Co. “C” 4th Al. commanded by General Weathers (Civil War Veteran), (Macedonia)

Brannon, Martin; b. 1823, d. 1894, Pvt., Co. “E” 36th Al. Inf. Discharged 1865 Civil War Veteran (Macedonia)

Brannon, Theodore Watson, b. 04-11-1927, d. 05-10-1991, M/Sgt. US Army, WW-2, Korea, Vietnam, (Macedonia)

Brashier, Arnold Rogers; b. 11-14-1927, d. 03-30-2007, 76 years old, M/Sgt. US Air Force, Korea, (Magnolia 6-59-d-2)

Braswell, John Wade; b. ______, d. ______, Enlisted 1862, served under Capt. R.F. Cobb, was in the unit “Kaebo Battery”, he received a Confederate pension in George County, Civil War Veteran, (cemetery not named)

Bratos, Einar, b. 04-12-1897, d. 04-03-1952, BM1 US Coast Guard, (Crossroads Methodist.)

Braxton, Henry Isaac “Henery Issaac”; b. 05-08-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Brazley, Edward; b. 10-05-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Brazley, James E; b. 12-29-1887, d. 09-28-1972, PFC, US Army (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Breeden, S.Q; b. 09-28-1921, d. 12-08-1998, Tec5 US Army WW-2 (Winborn Chapel)

Breithaupt, Charles Truman; b. 03-26-1878, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Breland, Asa; b. 05-21-1821, d. 04-27-1903, Pvt., Co. “B” 3rd Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Asa Breland cemetery)

Breland, Bedford Isom, b. 10-17-1927, d. 03-01-2007, S/Sgt., US Air Force, (Pipkins Cemetery. – Avent)

Breland, Benjamin; b. 10-10-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Breland, Bostick; b. 10-23-1835, d. 04-12-1925, Civil War Veteran Pvt Co. “F” 17th Battalion Ms Calvary (Big Level cemetery Stone county) information by Dan McCaskill

Breland, Colon; b. ____, d. ____ Private, enlisted 09-06-1862, discharged 05-23-1865, Co. “D” 9th Ms. Calvary Civil War Veteran (Perry County)

Breland, Eugene G; b. 08-26-1892, d. 04-12-1973, 80 years old, Pvt. US Army WW-1 Veteran, (Lott Cemetery)

Breland, George; Private, Enlisted 05-14-1862 Co. “F” 17th Battalion Mississippi Calvary Civil War Veteran (Perry County)

Breland, Harold Brunnell; b. 10-30-1923, d. 02-29-1964, 40 years old, WW-2 Veteran (Beaumont Cemetery-Beaumont, Ms.)

Breland, Henry David; b. 1837, d. ___, Pvt., name from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 listing 24th Ms. Infantry Civil War Veteran (no more information given)

Breland, H. J; b. _______, d. 01-01-1862,Enlisted 09-01-1863, Pvt. Died in Oglethorpe Hospital, Savannah, Georgia as results of wounds suffered. Wounded in Action – Civil War Veteran Co. “A” 24th Ms. Infantry. (Buffalo-McLain)

Breland, Horace Leon; b. 03-12-1905, d. 11-30-1968, PFC US Army WW-2 (Magnolia-Greene)

Breland, Jesse (Sr.); b. 06-27-1799, d. 07-21-1874, h/o Mary (Bostick) Breland, Co. “A” 9th Mississippi Calvary, Private Civil War Veteran; enlisted 03-13-1862, discharged 05-23-1865, (Walker Cemetery- Ramsey Springs-Stone County, Ms.)

Breland, J.C; b. ____, d. ____, Private, Enlisted 05-14-1862 Co. “F” 17th Battalion, Mississippi Calvary Civil War Veteran, Prisoner of War (Perry County)

Breland, John C; b. 04-19-1839, d. 03-6-1892, Pvt., Co. “A” 9th Ms. Cav., Civil War Veteran, (Abb Breland Cemetery-Neely, Ms.)

Breland, John C; b. 03-27-1842, d. 08-21-1915, Pvt., Co. “A” 9th Ms. Cav. & Co. “D” 9th Ms. Cav., Civil War Veteran (Buffalo, McLain, Ms.)

Breland, John W, b. 01-__-1836, d. 07-28-1908, Co. "A", 4th Miss. Cav. "Civil War Veteran", (Pipkins Cemetery. – Avent)

Breland, Josiah; b. ____, d. ____, Private Co. “D” 9th Ms. Calvary Civil War Veteran, enlisted 05-20-1863 in Perry County, Paroled 05-23-1865 in Mobile Alabama, Prisoner of War, Civil War Veteran (Perry County)

Breland, Kermus R; b. 06-09-1926, d. 01-29-1945, Pvt., 393rd Infantry 99th Infantry division WW-2 (Leaf Cemetery-Greene)

Breland, Larz; b. 05-12-1908, d. 10-12-1968, WW-2, Cpl., Co. “G” 29th Infantry (Old Buffalo-Greene)

Breland, Robert; b. 04-09-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Breland, Robert B.S; b.06-08-1919 d. 09-19-1952, 33 years old, US Military veteran, (Fairley Cemetery)

Breland, Robert N; b. 01-21-1831, d. 03-11-1903, Pvt., Co. “B” 17th Ms. Cav, Civil War Veteran-, (Indian Hill/Holder Cemetery-Richton)

Breland, Samuel S; b. 10-01-1815, d. 11-20-1892, Pvt., Co. “H” & “B” 3rd Ms. Inf. “State Troops”, Civil War Veteran (Mutual Rights)

Breland, Von B; b. 08-26-1912, d. 06-21-1959, WW-2 Tech4, Co. “A” 753rd Tank Battalion (Old Buffalo-Greene)

Breland, William Hiram; b. 03-22-1841, d. 01-01-1862, Pvt., Killed in Action, Civil War Veteran, information from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 naming 24th Ms. Infantry)

Brentz, Hendrix Emile (Sr.); b. 04-03-1931, d. 12-14-2013, h/o Bobbye Rachel (Duncan) Brentz US Navy Korea, (Community of Christ Cemetery-Escatawpa, Ms.)

Brewer, A.A; b. 05-09-1835, d. 02-25-1928, Pvt., Co. “B” 17th Ms. Cav., Civil War Veteran (Brewer-Greene)

Brewer, A. Gavin; b. 02-24-1908, d. 12-17-1977, Tech5, US Army, WW-2 (Mt. Zion)

Brewer, Ammon W; b. 12-28-1895, d. 03-03-1923, WW-1 Pfc., US Army (Union Cemetery-Greene)

Brewer, Bernard Haskell “Hack”; b. 07-15-1919, d. 05-30-2003, 83 years old, h/o Ruth, US Army, (Unity Cem. Greene)

Brewer, Charles Oscar; b. 04-30-1950, d. 10-06-1976, Sgt., US Army, Vietnam (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Brewer, Christopher C. “Kit”; b. _____, d. 03-13-2009, 92 years old, h/o Ruby Brewer, US Navy, WW-2, (Mobile Memorial Gardens Cemetery)

Brewer, Christopher Columbus; b. 06-05-1837, d. 12-04-1900, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Infantry Civil War Veteran, (Mutual Rights)

Brewer, Clinton Ray; b. 08-14-1921, d. 12-25-1948 US Army Pfc, 380th QM, Refrg Co., WW-2 (Neely Cemetery-Greene)

Brewer, Daniel Webster; b. 01-__-1824, d. 02-16-1907, Pvt., Co. “D” Consolidated Crescent Regiment, 16th Louisiana Infantry, Civil War Veteran (Hillman-Leakesville)

Brewer, Drew; b. 08-15-1896, d. 12-29-1959, WW-1, Pvt., Co. “K” 3rd Pn. Repl Trang Center (Henderson-Greene)

Brewer, Elvin Elsworth; b. 10-07-1928, d. 09-06-1972, 43 years old, Korean War Veteran, (FreeField Cemetery-Greene County, Ms.)

Brewer, Harry (Jr.); b. 12-28-1915, d. 05-30-1990, h/o Edwina (Westfaul) Brewer, BM2 US Navy Korea, (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Brewer, John Harrison; b. 01-06-1940, d. 07-21-2015, 75 years old, h/o Margaret (Davis) Brewer, US Air Force Veteran (Macedonia-George)

Brewer, Joseph W; b. 01-08-1936, d. 08-13-1966, Sgt. US Marines (Magnolia)

Brewer, Jesse Gay; b. 07-16-1924, d. 05-12-2005, 80 years old, h/o Laura, US Army, Field artillery under Gen. George Patton, WW-2, (Neely Cemetery)

Brewer, Lewis M; b. 06-14-1917, d. 02-15-1973, Pfc., US Army, WW-2 (Union-Greene)

Brewer, Norville Rabon; b. 03-01-1922, d. 10-22-2014, 92 years old, h/o Eunice (Tompkins) Brewer, US Army, WW-2 (Movella Missionary Baptist Cemetery)

Brewer, Robert Lloyd; b. _______, d. _______, funeral 06-22-1971, 50 years old, retired US Air Force, Korea, (Cedar Lawn Cemetery-Jackson, Ms.)

Brewer, Talmadge; b. 06-22-1925, d. 10-04-1944, Sgt., US Army Air Force, 456th Aaf Bomb Grp., WW-2, Killed in Action, Purple Heart, (Mt. Zion, Greene)

Brewer, Thomas J. (Jr.); b. 10-10-1959, d. 12-20-1996, Sgt. US Army (Westerfield)

Brewer, Webb; b. 12-19-1911, d. 07-26-1947, Seaman 1st class, US Navy WW-2 (Henderson-Greene)

Brewton, John Cooke “Bubba”; b. 09-05-1943, d. 01-11-1970, US Navy Seal “Killed in Action”, Purple Heart, Vietnam, (Mobile Memorial Gardens cemetery)

Bridges, Oscar Warren; b. 10-12-1949, d. 08-19-2008, 58 years old, US Marine Corps., Vietnam (Straight Way)

Bridwell, Roy Benjamin “Ben”, b. 10-08-1931, d. 11-04-1991, CW2, US Army, Korea, Vietnam, (Carter)

Briggs, Emmett S; b. 04-03-1890, d. 10-19-1952, Sgt., WW-1, 4th Mechanized Regiment A.S. (State Line “W”-Greene)

Briggs Robert John; b. 1846, d. 04-05-1905, Pvt., Co. “C” 37th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran (State Line-State Line)

Brinson, Grover Everette “E.B.”; b. 04-23-1892, d. 11-31-1966, 73 years old, US Army, WW-1 (Magnolia 2-11)

Brinson, James Roscoe; b. 01-03-1895, d. 12-09-1976, funeral held 12-10-1976, 81 years old, US Army, WW-1 Veteran, (Glendale cemetery-Lufkin, Texas)

Briscoe, Robert K; b. 08-05-1932, d. 10-22-1999, h/o #1 Joyce (Melvin) Briscoe, #2 Betty Ann (Varnadore) (Brannan) Briscoe, Cpl., US Army, Korea, (Williamsburg Cemetery-Covington County, Ms.)

Britt, Fred R; b. 11-06-1919, d. 08-09-2001, Sgt., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Britt, Henry C. (Sr.); b. 04-30-1943, d. 07-13-1993, US Army SP4, Vietnam (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Britt, James Earl; b. 06-28-1938, d. 02-18-2011, 72 years old, h/o Connie Sue Britt, US Air Force, (Pipkins-off of Fig Farm Road)

Britt, William W, b. 05-12-1919, d. 05-09-1951, Cpl. 24th Inf. Bn., WW-2, (Pipkins Cemetery – Avent)

Broadus, Clyde; b. 04-25-1908, d. 05-04-1985, MSgt., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Brockway, Charles Alex, “Buddy”; b. 02-09-1942, d. 07-25-2007, 65 years old, h/o Charlotte Brockway, US Army National Guard, (Rocky Creek)

Brooks, Billie, b. 02-03-1923, d. 07-25-1972, Sgt., US Marine Corps. WW-2, (Carter)

Brooks, James Cornelius (Jr.); b. 09-27-1926, d. 09-20-2006, 79 years old, US Army, (New Antioch)

Brooks, Thomas Coyt “Dale”; He was recognized as a Veteran during Memorial Day Service at Carter Cemetery 05-26-2014 (no military or burial information available)

Brooks, Wayne B; b. 01-16-1931, d. 01-07-2005, 73 years old, h/o Carol, US Army, Korea, (Evergreen-Helena, Ms.)

Broom, Knox McLeod; b. 01-13-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Broom, Stanley; b. 04-10-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Broome, Curtis Clyde, b. 11-18-1923, d. 07-16-2005, Pfc. US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 4-69-c)

Broome, Jabus J. (Sr.); b. 12-01-1886, d. 06-02-1971, S/Sgt., (Magnolia 1-394)

Broome, Jabus J. (Jr.); b. 12-19-1929, d. 03-15-1981, 51 years old, US Army, Korea, (Magnolia 4-22-d)

Broome, Roy Edwin; b. 02-26-1939, d. 04-01-2014, 77 years old, h/o Margaret Broome, US Navy (no cemetery named-George County Funeral Home) information by Betty Radcliff Marshall

Broussard, Albert Gray; b. 05-25-1915, d.06-02-1991, h/o Katrina Broussard, Sgt., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Broun, Claude Allen; b. 06-16-1924, d. 08-02-2014, h/o #1 Louis (Sirmans) Broun, #2 Doris (Brockaway) Broun, US Navy, 20 Years, served on submarines, WW-2, Korea & Vietnam service (Rocky Creek)

Brown, Alonzo A; b. 02-21-1916, d. 02-19-1981, funeral held 02-22-1981, 64 years old, US Army, WW-2, (Pine Grove-Vernal)

Brown, Andrew L; b. 07-12-1894, d. 10-23-1966, Pvt. US Army WW-1 (Mississippi) (Mt. Pisgah community)

Brown, Ausie (Jr.); b. 01-07-1927, d. 08-08-1949, PFC 1521st Base Unit AAF WW-2 (Mutual Rights)

Brown, Billy Windell; b. 10-28-1922, d. 09-02-1987, 64 years old, US Navy, WW-2 (Green Cemetery)

Brown, Buford Harrison, b. 09-25-1918, d. 03-04-2001, S/Sgt. US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 4-39-d)

Brown, Charles Mack “Buddy”, b. 09-01-1922, d. 03-09-1992, PFC US Army WW-2, section G7, (Rocky Creek)

Brown, Charles Keith; b. 06-05-1959, d. 02-18-2011, 51 years old, US Army, (Jones Hill Chapel Cemetery-Copeland, Alabama)

Brown, Clyde; b. 1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Brown, David Crockett, b. 08-14-1921, d. 07-01-1999, Tech. 5 US Army WW-2, (Barton Baptist)

Brown, Edward; b. 11-04-1888, d. 07-19-1953, WW-1 Pvt., Co. “E” 322nd Infantry 81st Division (Mutual Rights)

Brown, Eli Z; b. 05-29-1922, d. 03-06-2004, US Army WW-2 (Pine Grove-Greene) Information by Betty Radcliff Marshall

Brown, Frank Oferel; b. 09-14-1881, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Brown, G; b. 02-20-1837, d. 06-17-1862, Killed in Action, Civil War Veteran (Futch Cem.-Greene)

Brown, George Eli; He was recognized as a Veteran during Memorial Day Service at Carter Cemetery 05-26-2014, (no military or burial information available)

Brown, Grayson Abram; b. 03-10-1925, d. 05-28-2012, 87 years old, h/o Genora (Cox) Brown, US Navy, WW-2, (Pine Grove Methodist-Jackson County)

Brown, Henry Edger “Ed”, b. 02-20-1922, d. 04-24-1991, CPL. US Army WW-2 (Agricola)

Brown, James Earl; b. 12-10-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Brown, James Elton; b. 1920, d. 04-20-2012, 92 years old, h/o Jessie Marian (Warren) Brown, WW-2 Veteran, (Agricola Baptist Cemetery) Created by: Martha Record added: May 22, 2012 Find A Grave Memorial # 90586515

Brown, Jimmy L; b. 03-14-1946, d. 01-26-2001, Pfc. US Army Viet Nam (Mt. Pisgah Pentecostal)

Brown, Joe Miley; b. 1925, d. 01-13-1999, 74 years old, h/o Emily Brown, WW-2 Veteran, (Mobile Memorial Gardens) Maintained by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Originally Created by: Martha Record added: Jul 14, 2012 Find A Grave Memorial # 93600092

Brown, Lee Roy, b. 11-24-1895, d. 07-22-1954, # 2588995, Evacuation Hospital, served in France, PFC Medical Department, discharged Camp Shelby, Ms., 08-04-1919, WW-1 (Agricola)

Brown, Leslie; b. 1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Brown, Luke; b. 02-02-1930, d. 12-16-1995, Sp2 US Army, Korea (Mt. Pisgah Pentecostal)

Brown, Lynn J (Sr.), b. 10-26-1925, d. 02-__-1975, Pvt. US Army, (Crossroads Methodist)

Brown, Marian Napolian; b. 05-18-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Brown, Miller A; b. 02-02-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Brown, Ottis N; b. 12-26-1926, d. 04-09-2003, SMSgtUS Air Force (Clarks Chapel-Greene)

Brown, Ransom; b. 01-16-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Brown, Raymond O. “Buck”; b. 06-07-1933, d. 05-02-2009, 75 years old, h/o Carolyn Ruta Brown, US Army, Korea, (Agricola Cemetery)

Brown, Robert Darrell, “Uncle D.” b. 07-04-1950, d. 02-20-2009, 58 years old, h/o Lena Rene Brown, Mississippi National Guard (Barton)

Brown, Sumberlin; b. 12-21-1902, d. 10-10-1990, Seaman 2nd class, US Navy, WW-1 (Machpelah cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Brown, Thomas; b. 01-09-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Brown, Thomas H; b. 02-16-1918, d. 04-06-1982, SC2 US Coast Guard, WW-2 (Pine Grove Cemetery-Greene)

Brown, Troy Felton; b. 09-26-1922, d. 03-13-2006, 83 years old, h/o Idis Hazel Brown, WW-2 Pfc. US Army, (Mt. Pisgah-Greene County, Mississippi)

Brown, Walter Floyd; b. 07-07-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Brown, Walter. Gideon; b. 10-15-1913, d. 01-08-2008, WW-2, 103rd Inf, 43rd Div. "Merrill Marauders", 94 Years old, (Magnolia)

Brown, Walter O’Feral; b. 08-22-1916, d. 01-30-1994, US Army, WW-2 (Agricola)

Brown, Willis J; b. 02-07-1914, d. 08-19-1974, PFC US Army, WW-2 (Pine Grove)

Brown, W.J; b. 11-09-1926, d. 05-21-1997, Pvt., US Army (Pine Grove Cemetery-Greene)

Brubaker, Charles R; b. 08-19-1871, d. 12-19-1945, Sgt., US Army WW-1 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Bruce, William H; b. 11-22-1930, d. 05-25-2007, US Navy, Korea, (Evergreen Cemetery-Columbus, Ga.)

Brumfield, Alexander; b. about 1912, d. 08-__-2001, 89 years old, US Army & US Air Force, (Mason Chapel Cemetery-Greene County)

Brumfield, William; b. 06-08-1931, d. 10-23-1973, PFC, US Army Korea (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Bryan, Harry (Jr.); b. 11-14-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bryan, Harry Spencer, b. 09-16-1922, d. 04-18-2004, US Navy WW-2, (Magnolia 2-247)

Bryan, James Augusta; b. 08-26-1926, d. 05-15-1987, Pvt., US Army, WW-2 (Palestine-Tanner Williams)

Bryan, John Clanderis (?); b. 01-30-1875, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bryan, John L, b. 01-06-1919, d. 05-11-1983, h/o Patricia K. Bryan, Capt. US Air Force, (Magnolia 1-366)

Bryan, Robert Eric (Sr.); b. 1927, d. 02-01-1996, 68 years old, US Navy, WW-2, “USS New Jersey”, (Serene Gardens-Jackson County, Mississippi)

Bryan, Robert G; b. 04-20-1918, d. 05-16-1997, US Navy (Magnolia 3-55)

Bryant, Andrew; b. 09-09-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bryant, Barry Adam, b. 06-23-1965, d. 12-11-2001, STG 2 US Navy, Persian Gulf, (Magnolia 6-50-c-3)

Bryant, Charlie; b. 02-17-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bryant, Dot; b. 09-07-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bryant, Elma, b. 05-28-1921, d. 10-12-1990, PFC US Army WW-2, (Barton Baptist)

Bryant, Eugene; b. 06-03-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bryant, George; b. 1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bryant, Rose Catherine (Haynes); b. 10-27-1934, d. 06-23-2008, 73 years old, US Air Force (Magnolia)

Bryant, Tom; b. 07-28-1881, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bryant, Tullos “Tull” Simmons; b. 12-15-1897, d. 04-30-1976, 78 years old, WW-1 Canadian Army Veteran, (Mt. Pisgah-Greene County)

Bryant, Wesley Monroe; b. 10-20-1929, d. 06-20-1997, US Air Force, M/Sgt., (Serene Gardens Cemetery)

Bryant, William, b. ___, d. ___, Co. “E” 7th Al. Calvary, Civil War Veteran, (Bynum cem. Ellisville, Ms.) information by Joy McLure Coker find a grave # 35532417

Bucca, Anthony C. “Bones”; b. 1947, d. 07-30-2011 64 years old, h/o Elizabeth, US Marines (Disabled Veteran), Viet Nam, (Memorial Service Only-cremated) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Feb 27, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 105902290

Buchan, James F; b. 05-02-1915, d. 02-14-1982, Pvt., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Buchannan, A.Z; b. 03-26-1921, d. 02-02-1974, PFC., US Army, WW-2 (Unity-Greene)

Buchannan, Billy Joe, b. 07-14-1947, d. 11-29-1995, Pvt. US Army, Sharpshooter Qualification (Barton Baptist)

Buchannan, James O; b. 08-20-1926, d. 06-11-1968, US Navy, WW-2, Mailman, (MM2class) WW-2 Victory Ribbon, American Area Theater Medal, stationed at USNTC, San Diego (4-7-A, Magnolia-George))

Buckalew, Alton Ray “Booger”; b. 01-28-1929, d. 12-16-1977, SGT. US Marines, WW-2 & Korea (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Buckalew, Claude S; b. 11-04-1921, d. 11-01-1963, Pfc., US Army WW-2 (Walley-Greene)

Buckalew, William B; b. 07-14-1841, d. 03-27-1896, Pvt., Co. “E’ 36th Al. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Sweetwater-Leakesvile)

Buckhalter, Henry, b. 11-02-1914, d. 10-08-1966, PFC, Co. "B", 321st Infantry, WW-2, Bronze Star Medal, (Refuge.)

Buckhalter, Henry Wallace; b. 07-18-1947, d. 10-05-2010, 63 years old, US Army, Viet Nam, (Refuge)

Buckhalter, James Boyd; b. 12-07-1930, d. 03-05-1998, 67 years old, Cpl., US Army, Korea, Bronze Star, (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Buckhalter, L.M; b. 01-21-1937, d. 12-27-2001, US Navy WW-2, (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Buckhalter, Troy Evon; b. 06-15-1924, d. 10-01-1987, 63 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Shady Grove)

Buckhalter, Warren Grauls; b. 04-15-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Buckley, George C; b. 02-07-1905, d. 04-29-1988, h/o Sallie, US Army WW-2, (Buckley Family Cemetery)

Buckner, David; b. 09-14-1825, d. 08-04-1900, 4th CPL Co “H” 18th Ms Calvary, Magnolia cemetery Stone county) Civil War Veteran information by Dan McCaskill

Buckner, Warren; b. 03-12-1844, d. 01-26-1915, Pvt Co. “I” 35th Ms Infantry, Magnolia cemetery- Stone county) Civil War Veteran information by Dan McCaskill

Buff, John S; b. 01-14-1875, d. 10-01-1939, Cpl., 2nd Infantry, WW-1 (Unity-Greene)

Buffett, William Norman “Billy”; b. 07-16-1926, d. 10-26-1991, GM3 US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Bufkin, Christopher Michael “Chris” M, b. 11-18-1969, d. 08-15-1997, and WT-3 US Navy Persian Gulf (Agricola)

Bufkin, Edward Myer; b. 01-16-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bufkin, Isaac Lee; b. 04-05-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bufkin, James Cecil; b. 01-20-1920, d. 08-13-2002, Pilot, US Army Air Corp., served in Euporean Theatre-Germany, captured by Germans and held in Stalag Luft-1 Barth-Vogelsang, Prussia 54-12, Prisoner of War, Shot down over Germany 11-11=1943, captured 11-12-1943 and liberated in May 1945 when Russians overran the camp. He flew the B17 Bomber. (Magnolia 2-271)

Bufkin, Otis (Odis) Rivers (Jr); b. 05-04-1935, d. 01-25-2010, 74 years old, US Army, (Agricola Cemetery)

Bufkin, Otis (Odis) Rivers (Sr.); b. 05-24-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Buford, Reverand Thomas; b. 1928, d. 07-31-2008, 80 years old, h/o Elizabeth, US Navy, WW-2 (Sunny Hill Pentacostal cemetery-Purvis)

Bullock, Ed; He was recognized as a Veteran during Memorial Day Service at Carter cemetery-George County

Bullock, W.G; b. 08-16-1840, d. 03-11-1919, Pvt CO. “A” / “E” 17th Battalion Mississippi Calvary, (St. Martin aka Bosarge cemetery- Jackson county) Civil War Veteran information by Dan McCaskill

Bunch, William H; b. 07-10-1930, d. 11-24-1980 Pvt., US Army, Korea (Henderson-Greene) cemetery 05-26-2014 (no military or burial information available)

Bunell, Thurman P; b. 1924, d. 11-24-1993, 69 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Biloxi National Cemetery) (was unable to locate records)

Burch, Joseph Wesley; b. 10-30-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Burell, John Maurice; b. 08-28-1909, d. 04-02-1982, 72 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Magnolia 4-99-b)

Burge, John William Swiety, b. 11-07-1910, d. 06-25-1978, 1st Sgt. US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 4-4-b)

Burge, Lucious Dawson; b. 09-14-1915, d. 07-27-2003, Veteran, (Magnolia 4-4-A)

Burks, John H. (Sr.); b. 05-14-1919, d. 12-04-1997, US Navy WW-2 (Benson cem. Jones county) information by Cleveland Sowell

Burleson, Richard P; b. 01-27-1942, d. 01-30-1982, Sgt. US Army, Vietnam (Davis Cemetery on Howell Road, behind Mexican Restaurant) information provided by Diona (Parker) Dickerson

Burley, Walter; b. 09-19-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Burnett, Charles Anthony; b. 08-12-1943, d. 05-28-2004, 60 years old, h/o Dianne Burnett, US Army, (New Antioch)

Burnham, Carl; b. 1918, d. 12-23-1976, 58 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Crossroads Cemetery)

Burns, James Edward; b. 12-23-1948, d. 12-07-1967, PFC Co. “H”1 Marines 1st Division Vietnam Purple Heart (Bell Fountain cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande

Burnsed, Dorothy Elizabeth; b. 02-19-1917, d. 09-09-1988, w/o Jim Kate Burnsed, TECH5 US Army, WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Burris, Raiford; b. 06-30-1919, d. 11-13-1995, h/o Wanza R. Burris, Sgt., US Army, WW-2, Purple Heart, (Hollywood cemetery, McComb, Ms.)

Burris, Raiford Earl (Sr.); b. 04-30-1926, d. 01-21-2002, 75 years old, h/o Lurlyne (Young) Burris, US Navy WW-2 (Mars Hill-Amite County)

Burroughs, Leo Forrest; b. 05-23-1915, d. 04-24-1982, Pvt., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Burrows, Allen E; b. 12-20-1909, d. 10-27-1992, Pvt., US Army WW-2 (St. Luke Cemetery (Perry County, Ms.)

Burson, John; b. 09-29-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Burton, Bruce O; b. 02-08-1936, d. 08-09-1984, A1class US Air Force, Korea (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Busby, Arlin Rufus; b. 11-06-1931, d. 09-27-2002, 70 years old, US Army, (Winborn Chapel-Greene County, Mississippi)

Busby, Lee Roy; b. 05-06-1897, d. 10-18-1966, #3831135, WW-1 discharged 01-25-1919, (Williams/Pierce Cem-Greene County, Ms.) (information from 1938 WPA records)

Busby, Melton/Meltom M; b. 03-28-1924, d. 12-18-1981, CPL., US Army WW-2 (Clarks Chapel-Greene) Headstone has Melton, military plaque has Meltom

Busby, Paul Henry (Sr.); b. 08-02-1948, d. 10-11-2009, 61 years old, h/o Sandra Busby, US Army (Coleman-Whittington Cemetery)

Bush, Dan, b. 08-21-1892, d. 02-23-1959, Pvt., Co. "B" 420th Svc. BN., QMC, WW-1, Mississippi, (Bush Family-Bexley)

Bush, Elmer P; He was recognized as a Veteran 05-26-2014 at Carter Cemetery Memorial Day Service (no military or burial information available)

Bush, Floyd; b. 05-14-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bush, Green Alexander; b. 11-18-1849, d. 09-02-1933, Co. 'I' 29th Ala. Regt., was transferred to commissary. (Civil War Veteran, (Union)

Bush, Oliver Lenard; b. 08-17-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Bush, Willie; b. 04-30-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Butler, George Lee, b. 08-19-1892, d. 05-25-1953, Pvt. Mississippi Inf. WW-1, Crossroads Methodist.)

Butler, Joseph P; b. 02-17-1918, d. 12-18-2000, US Army, WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Butler, Melvin; b. 06-15-1931, d. 03-28-2007, 75 years old, Mississippi Army National Guard, (Butler Cemetery)

Butler, Roosevelt; b. 1910, d. 1976, PFC, US Army WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Butler, Sam Ennis; b. 12-14-1926, d. 10-15-2009, 82 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Crossroads Methodist)

Butler, Wash M. McClellon, b.03-29-1921, d.05-30-1984, Cpl., US Marines WW-2 (Movella Baptist.)

Butler, Will Cleve; b. 01-30-1923, d. 02-11-1982, 59 years old, US Navy, WW-2, (Tanner’s Chapel-Jackson County, Ms.)

Butts, Arther (Arthur); b. 01-06-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Butts, Calvin, b. 08-03-1919, d. 08-24-2005, Pvt. US Army WW-2, (Sand Hill.)

Butts, Dallis; b. 10-02-1927, d. 10-11-2000, Cpl., US Army, WW-2 (Liberty Baptist Church Cemetery-Newton County, Ms.)

Butts, John; b. 09-08-1881, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Buxton, James Westine “Buck”; b. 09-04-1946, d. 02-08-2010, 63 years old, h/o Linda (Roth) Buxton, US Army National Guard six years, (Shady Grove Cem.)

Buzbee, Alfred Elijah; b. 04-06-1929, d. 02-25-2015, 85 years old, h/o Virginia (Breland) Buzbee, US Army, Korea, (Leaf Cemetery-Leaf)

Bynum, James; Co. “D” 36th Mississippi Infantry Civil War Veteran (Bynum cem. Jones county) information by Joy McLure Coker find a grave # 35532201

Byrd, Bartlett S; b. ____, d. ____, Private, enlisted 05-13-1862, discharged 03-24-1863 from Rock Island Prison, Prisoner of War, Civil War Veteran (Greene County)

Byrd, Billy Ray; b. 03-06-1926, d. 10-21-2002, US Navy, WW-2 (Byrds’ Chapel Cemetery-Pearl River County)

Byrd, Bruce B; b. 03-06-1920, d. 09-03-1944, Tech 5 17th Calvary Sq., WW-2, Killed In Action, Purple Heart, (Pleasant Hill Cemetery-Greene)

Byrd, Burney Wayne; b. 02-09-1943, d. 07-22-1986, SP4, US Army Vietnam (Arlington cemetery-Beaumont-Perry County)

Byrd, Cecil Davis; b. ____, d. 08-15-2013, h/o Frances Faye (Blankinchip) Byrd, US Army, (Byrd Family-Mt. Vernon, Al.)

Byrd, Charles B; b. 1838, d. _____, h/o Averline (Breland) Byrd, Co. “D” 9th Mississippi Calvary, Civil War Veteran, Private; enlisted 05-14-1862; (buried in Big Level Cemetery-Stone County, Ms.)

Byrd, Charley Carlton; b. 04-07-1913, d. 11-24-1979, Pvt. US Army WW-2 (Pine Grove Methodist cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Byrd, Clifford Columbus; b. 07-01-1925, d. 01-22-1986, 60 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Pipkins)

Byrd, Cranford; b. 02-21-1932, d. 01-22-1950, (age 17years 11months 1day) Pvt., 11th Infantry, 5th Infantry Division (Freeman-Greene)

Byrd, Dan Edward; b. 02-22-1942, d. 10-19-2014, 72 years old, US Army, Viet Nam (no cemetery named-Sigler handeled arrangements and service)

Byrd, Dave; b. 03-05-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Byrd, Donald Ford, b. 09-08-1938, d. 01-04-2003, US Army, (Magnolia 2-67)

Byrd, Earnest Price; b. 09-07-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Byrd, Ed; b. 10-25-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Byrd, Edward; b. ____, d. ____, Private, Enlisted 12-17-1862 in Americus-Jackson County, Ms., Paroled 07-10-1863 in Vicksburg, Ms. Prisoner of War, Civil War Veteran (George County) Co. “H” 5th Mississippi Infantry State Troops, (George County)

Byrd, Edward Guy; b. 09-21-1816, d. 01-20-1890, Pvt., Co. “H” (State Troops) 5th Mississippi Inf., CIVIL WAR VETERAN, (Fairley (aka) Hilltop)

Byrd, Eley Eldridge; b. 01-04-1930, d. 04-05-2008, 78 years old, h/o Roberta (Howard) Byrd, US Army, (Howard)

Byrd, Elgin Dewitt; b. 01-27-1931, d. 10-09-1984, Cpl., US Army, Korea, (Arlington cemetery-Beaumont-Perry County)

Byrd, Eno, b. 02-11-1940, d. 12-08-1995, S/Sgt. US Air Force, husband of Dola M., (Little Sweetwater – Benndale)

Byrd, Frank Elisha: b. 12-07-1928, d. 06-09-1991 BM2 US Navy Vietnam (Bell Fountain cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande

Byrd, Floyd C; b. 08-22-1908, d. 06-01-1992, BM1 US Navy WW-2 (George Byrd cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande & Linda Kerr

Byrd, Gaines Walker (Sr.); b. 12-02-1929, d. 07-04-2010, h/o Patsy C. Byrd, Cpl., US Army, WW-2 & Korea (McLain Cemetery)

Byrd, George; b. 09-26-1824, d. 10-13-1899, Pvt Co. “H” 3rd Al Infantry (Byrd’s cemetery- Jackson county) Civil War Veteran information by Dan McCaskill

Byrd, George E; b. 07-27-1922, d. 01-27-1985, US Navy WW-2 (George Byrd Cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande & Linds Kerr

Byrd, George W; b. ___, d. 07-15-1918, Pvt 1st class 3rd Division WW-1 (George Byrd cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande & Linda Kerr

Byrd, Grady Dewitt; b. 08-31-1949, d. 04-28-2011, 61 years old, h/o Rana Byrd, US Navy Viet Nam (Magnolia)

Byrd, Harlan; b. 09-27-1927, d. 11-30-2010, 83 years old, h/o Alene (Yonge) Byrd, US Army, WW-2 & Korea, (Magnolia)

Byrd, Ira; b. 1841, d. 02-21-1898, Pvt., Co. “D” 56th Al. Partisan Rangers, Civil War Veteran, (Platt Cemetery-Greene)

Byrd, Ira E, b. 01-25-1925, d. 12-22-1973, SC3 US Navy WW-2, section F-4, (Rocky Creek)

Byrd, James; b. 01-13-1867, d. 01-30-1950, Troop “D” 32nd division infantry WW-1, (East Salem Cem-Greene County) information from 1938 WPA records

Byrd, James Allie; b. 01-20-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Byrd, James Calven (Calvin); b. 10-23-1872, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Byrd, James Edward (Sr.), b. 09-09-1928, d. 12-30-2001, Cpl., US Army, h/o Rosia, (Byrd/Helveston)

Byrd, James G. “Jim”; b. 06-30-1892, d. 02-17-1932, WW-1, Pvt., 127th Infantry Division, France, (Evergreen Memorial Park Cemetery, Tucson, Arizona)

Byrd, James H “Hubby”; b. 10-17-1918, d. 01-13-1998, US Army Air Corps., WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Byrd, James Price; b. 03-01-1874, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Byrd, James S; b. ____, d. ____, 1st Lt., Co. “G” 27th Mississippi Infantry, Civil War Veteran, enlisted 09-17-1861 in Agusta, Ms., (Perry County)

Byrd, J.D., “Jefferson Davis”; b. 01-21-1920, d. 11-14-1944, s/o Charley & Bessie (Roberts Byrd) Killed in Action WW-2, Purple Heart, (His Headstone reads: Died on the Field of Battle; ‘Twas Noble thus to die; God smiles on Valiant Soldiers-His record is on high!) (Pleasant Hill Cemetery-Greene County)

Byrd, Jessie; b. 09-14-1848, d. 07-03-1933, enlisted in 1861, Discharged 09-05-1865 he served in Co. “A” Smith’s Battery-Light artillery Pvt. Ms. Lt. Arty with Malacton Smith as Captain Civil War Veteran (State Line Cemetery)

Byrd, Jessie Cranford; b. 12-19-1929, d. 02-27-2001, 71 years old, SN, US Navy, Korea, Military Veteran-lifetime VFW Member (Rocky Creek)

Byrd, Joe Wesley; b. 10-17-1929, d. 09-29-1975, Sfc. US Army Korea & Vietnam (Pine Grove Methodist Cemetery) Information by Linda Ellis

Byrd, John A; b. 1845, d. 1923, Pvt., Co. “B” 17th Ms. Cav., Co. “D”, 9th Ms. Inf., State Troops, Civil War Veteran, Sweetwater-Greene)

Byrd, John Wilton, b. 05-11-1912, d. 1-___-1971, and funeral held 01-20-1970, 57 years old, Sgt., Co. "B", 321st Inf., WW-2 (Antioch Methodist -Benndale)

Byrd, Josiah Walton; b. 04-02-1816, d. 07-28-1902, Pvt., Co. “B’ 3rd Battalion Mississippi Infantry State Troops, Civil War Veteran, (Washington Cemetery-Neely)

Byrd, Lloyd E; b. 05-19-1893, d. 08-16-1957, WW-1, Sgt., US Army Battery “F”, 140th Field Artillery (Thomas Family Cemetery)

Byrd, M; b. ____, d. ____, Private, Co. “A” Steede’s Battalion Ms. Calvary, Civil War Veteran (George County)

Byrd, Malachi; b. 04-03-1827, d. 11-05-1889, Pvt., Co. “B” Steede’s Bttn. Ms. Cav., Civil War Veteran, (Avre Byrd Cemetery, between Richton and Neely)

Byrd, Malley J; b. 01-27-1921, d. 07-05-1977, ACMM US Navy WW-2 (Clarks Chapel-Greene)

Byrd, Mikes; b. 09-14-1821, d. 03-07-1891, Pvt., Co. “C” Steede’s Ms. Calvary, enlisted 04-08-1862, discharged 05-04-1865, Civil War Veteran (Byrd family-Greene)

Byrd, M.K; b. ____, d. ____, Private, Co. “F” 17th Battalion Mississippi Calvary, Civil War Veteran (Perry County)

Byrd, Michael King; b. 09-14-1821, d. 03-07-1891, Pvt., Co. “C” Steede Bttn. Ms. Cav., Civil War Veteran, (Avre Byrd Cemetery-between Neely & McLain)

Byrd, Oscar Alexander; b. 03-08-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Byrd, Reuben; b. 05-09-1833, d. 11-15-1913, Pvt. Co. “A”, 3rd Batt’n., Ms. Inf. Wounded Nov. 30th 1864 at Franklins Tenn., arm broken and back injured, was in prison at close of war (Wounded in Action)(Prisoner of War) Civil War Veteran, (Reuben Byrd Family)

Byrd, Reuben A; b. 02-14-1828, d. 01-02-1882, Pvt. Co. “E” 14th Confederate Cav., (Garland’s) Civil War Veteran (Reuben Byrd Family)

Byrd, Thomas Hendricks; b. 06-06-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Byrd, Thomas R; b. 03-08-1843, d. 05-31-1862 Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., Killed in Action (5-31-1862), Civil War Veteran (Platt-Greene)

Byrd, Vernon; b. 01-04-1930, d. 05-06-2003, 73 years old, h/o Shirley Byrd, US Army, (Byrd Cemetery- Ocean Springs

Byrd, Wilford Hale; b. 11-19-1915, d. 03-21-1945, Pvt., 330th Infantry, 83rd Division, WW-2, Killed In Action, Purple Heart, (Pleasant Hill cemetery-Greene)

Byrd, Willard; b. 05-17-1935, d. 08-08-2012, 77 years old, h/o Lois Byrd, US Army, (Buffalo Cemetery)

Byrd, William (Sr.), b. 05-22-1920, d. 01-19-1982, US Army WW-2, section G-4, (Rocky Creek)

Byrd, William Franklin; b. 10-02-1847, d. 01-18-1927, Pvt., Co. “B” 17th Battalion Ms. Cav. Civil War Veteran, (Washington-Neely)

Byrd, William K; b. 01-22-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Byrd, Willie More (Moore); b. 07-23-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Byrd, Woodrow M. (Reverand); b. 02-11-1919, d. 04-02-2011, h/o Sharon Byrd, US Army, WW-2, (Calvary Baptist)

Cain, Clarence Oliver; b. 11-14-1875, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cain, Leonard D; b. 11-01-1926, d. 01-23-2001, 74 years old, h/o Gloria Mae (Chaisson) Cain, US Army, (Magnolia 6-55-b-2)

Cain, William Franklin; b. 06-23-1818, d. 05-20-1862, There is a Memorial Stone in Naomi Cain Cemetery only, he was buried in Longwood Cemetery in a mass grave with a plaque that reads that he is buried along with 500 more Confederates killed in or from wounds resulted from a battle, Bedford, Virginia, CSA Co. "C", 16th Mississippi Infantry, died in hospital at Liberty, Virginia, Civil War Veteran (Naomi Cain Cemetery)

Cain, William Melvin; b. 07-23-1886, d. 02-03-1950, Sgt. 1Cl., US Army WW-1, 314th Aux. Rmt. Dept., enlisted 06-29-1917 (information from Military Discharge records locate in George County Courthouse, no cemetery named)

Caldwell, Jack H; b. 07-03-1950, d. 04-06-2006, Vietnam, 444th Transportation Co., (buried in Morgan City Louisiana Cemetery)

Caldwell, John Thomas; b. 07-14-1926, d. 09-05-2006, 80 years old, h/o Barbara F. “Bobbie” Caldwell, US Navy, WW-2 (Dothan, Ala.)

Caldwell, Leonard Leroy; b. 01-16-1922, d. 01-16-2009, US Army, WW-2, (Magnolia)

Caldwell, Robert Hamilton (Jr.), b. 05-17-1920, d. 03-13-1993, AMM2, US Navy, WW-2, (Magnolia 1-382)

Caldwell, Robert Hamilton (Sr.); b. 03-24-1894, d. 03-24-1980, WW-1 Corporal Btry. “D” 140th F.A. served in France, discharged 06-20-1919, (Magnolia) information from 1938 WPA records)

Caldwell, William McCord “Mac”; b. 03-23-1923, d. 10-08-2004, US Army, WW-2, 1943-1946, (New Hope Cemetery, Lottie, Alabama)

Calhoon, Melvin Eugene; b. 09-21-1928, d. 03-02-1993, 66 years old, h/o Mildred L. (Danley) Calhoon, US Air Force, 20 year veteran, (Oak Grove)

Callahan, Columbus Napoleon; b. 07-30-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Campbell, Arvis Melba; b. 01-20-1926, d. 08-25-2002, US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Campbell, Floyd, b. 01-15-1920, d. 08-14-1993, MM2, US Navy, WW-2, (Saint James.)

Campbell, Homer H, b. 02-15-1918, d. 07-07-1983, US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 4-32-b)

Campbell, Peter, b. 04-27-1921, d. 09-30-1994, Pfc., US Army, WW-2, (Mount Sinai)

Campbell, Raymond J; b. 11-30-1898, d. 07-12-1978, Cpl US Army WW-1 (Bell Fountain cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande

Cannon, Calvin Vendross, b. 09-19-1845, d. 02-21-1916, Pvt. 4th Ala. Reg. C.S.A. Civil War Veteran, section C-5, (Rocky Creek)

Cannon, Elbert; b. 10-03-1929, d. 10-06-2003, Pvt., US Army Korea, (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Cannon, Gerald Lee “Jerry”; b. 1938, d. 01-30-2012, 74 years old, US Air Force retired, memorial service held at Plesant Hill Methodist Church-no cemetery named, Coastal Funeral Home in Moss Point in charge of arrangements Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Feb 06, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 104742975

Cannon, James Agustus; b. 10-12-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cannon, James Walton; b. 10-29-1907, d. 01-21-1970, 62 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Sweetwater-Greene County, Ms.)

Cannon, John Dossett “Jake”, b. 04-30-1920, d. 02-26-1992, section E-3, PFC US Army WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Cannon, John T; b. _______, d. 1931, Enlisted in 1864, served under Lt. Joe Cleveland, he received a Confederate pension in George County. Civil War Veteran, (cemetery not named)

Cannon, John Thomas; b. 09-13-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cannon, Mary (Cornick); b. 07-31-1928, d. 01-01-2015 86 years old, w/o Thomas C. Cannon, served in the United States Air Force (Rocky Creek)

Capers, Allen Monroe; b. 06-04-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Capers, Leslie Monroe (Jr.); b. 03-23-1947, d. 03-04-2014, 66 years old, father of Sonya (Vic) Marshall, Suzy Bruce, son Leslie Capers, US Army Vietnam (Howard Cemetery) information from Betty Radcliff Marshall

Caraway, Lewis Thomas Taylor; b. ___, d. ___, Co. “A” 14th Ms. Infantry, enlisted in Jackson, Ms., Civil War Veteran Information by Lisa McKinney, no cemetery named

Carlisle, Bradley Stanley; b. 12-12-1908, d. 07-22-1991, h/o Elizabeth Carlisel, Pvt. US Army, WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Carlisle, Irving "Nub", b. 10-17-1914, d. 12-24-1994, Tech. 5 US Army WW-2, section B-1, (Rocky Creek)

Carlisle, James E "Jimmy", b. 01-04-1947, d. 01-17-1998, Sgt. US Air Force Vietnam, section B-1, (Rocky Creek)

Carlisle, Thomas M; b. 10-01-1896, d. 01-06-1964, Cpl., US Army, WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Carlton, Daniel D; b. 07-18-1916, d. 09-04-1973, 57 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Fairhope Cemetery-Tibbie, Al.)

Carmical, Guinn Allen "Hoagy"; b. 06-26-1929, d. 11-16-2008, 79 years old, h/o Mary (Bouler) Carmical, Tech5 (20 years active duty-10 years inactive duty) US Air Force, (Shady Grove Cemetery)

Carnley, Hyrum West; b. 03-10-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Carnley, John Robert; b. 04-23-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Carnley, Lewis Abbie; b. 01-27-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Carnley, Thomas Luther; b. 05-19-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Carnley, William Joseph; b. 03-22-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Carpenter, Clinton Russell; b. 11-07-1920, d. 11-11-1991, 71 years old, h/o Martha Vernie Mae Carpenter, WW-2 Coast Guard Veteran (Magnolia 5-10-a)

Carpenter, Francis J; b. 02-20-1915, d. 05-01-1975, Tec 5, US Army (Palestine-Tanner Williams)

Carr, J.T; b. 09-07-1917, d. 06-01-1969, Pvt US Army WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Carrier, Clyde A. (Jr.); b. 11-14-1917, d. 03-16-1990, Captain, US Army Air Corps., WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Carroll, Billy Joe; b. 02-02-1949, d. 06-16-1972, SP-4 US Army, Purple Heart, Vietnam (Pinecrest Cemetery-Mobile)

Carroll, James Lester; b. 02-14-1940, d. 05-12-1978, BMC US Navy Vietnam (Bell Fountain cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande

Carroll, Lloyd L; b. 10-21-1920, d. 11-13-1974 SSgt US Air Force (Bell Fountain cem. Jackson County)

Carroll, Norman L; b. 09-26-1923, d. 02-22-1981, 57 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Hattiesburg Cemetery-Hattiesburg, Ms.)

Carter, Aire Nathaniel; b. 09-05-1895, d. 12-31-1974, Pvt., US Army WW-1 (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Carter, Albert Ford; b. 04-12-1929, d. 09-06-2012, h/o Sarah Elizabeth Carter, 25 years service in US Army (Johnson Cemetery-Jackson County)

Carter, C.R; b. ____, d. 1868, Pvt., Co. “B” 46th Ms. Infantry, enlisted 02-24-1862, discharged 05-04-1865, Civil War Veteran (Carter-George)

Carter, Dan W, b. 02-11-1922, d. 12-25-1944, h/o Nancy R. Carter, S/Sgt. 120th Inf., 30th Inf. Div., WW-2, Killed in Action in Belgium, Purple Heart, (Reeves/Carter.) Have a document from the Atlanta General District Depot, 3rd US Army stating he was buried 12-14-1947

Carter, Earl McBride; b. 02-12-1926, d. 12-20-2002, 76 years old, h/o Juanita Carter, US Navy, WW-2, (Magnolia Springs cemetery, Hurley)

Carter, E.V; b. 04-04-1917, d. 08-17-1996, h/o Hilda Carter, GM2 US Navy, WW-2 (Caswell Springs Cemetery)

Carter, George Evans; b. 07-24-1922, d. 02-11-1977, 77 years old, US Navy, WW-2 (Magnolia 4-93-c)

Carter, Greg; b. 10-12-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Carter, Homer Earl, b. 02-15-1928, d. 10-15-1988, US Army WW-2, (Moffett)

Carter, John; b. 11-20-1814, d. 09-20-1862 Cpl. Co. “C” 9th Ms. Calvary, Killed in Action, Civil War Veteran, (Carter #1-George)

Carter, John Reuben; b. 01-27-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Carter, John W; b. 11-20-1814, d. 09-20-1862, h/o Mary (Carter) Carter, Co. “C” 9th Ms. Calvary, Killed in action, he died of wounds received in battle Civil War Veteran, (Old Carter #1 Historic Cemetery)

Carter, Joseph, b. 10-08-1908, d. 07-10-1954, Pfc. Co. "B", 354th Engineers, WW-2, Mississippi, (Lily Grove.)

Carter, Knox, b. 06-06-1892, d. 10-24-1956,Cpl., Co. "A", 2nd Discharge Bn. WW-1, Louisiana, (Carter)

Carter, Lorenzo Byron; b. 11-12-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Carter, Marshall Lorenzo; b. 05-09-1941, d. 10-14-2012, 71 years old, Tug Master US Navy, (Reeves/Carter Cemetery)

Carter, Matthew; he was recognized as a Veteran of the Revolutionary War 1750 at the Memorial Day Service at Carter Cemetery 05-26-2014, (No military or burial info given)

Carter, Newton T; b. _______, d. _______, Enlisted in 1862, 15th Co. “G”, served under Col. Harry Murry, he received a Confederate pension in George County. Civil War Veteran (Cemetery was not named)

Carter, Percy Gates; b. 06-18-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Carter, Posey, b. 01-20-1934, d. 03-21-1996, US Army, Korea, (Lily Grove.)

Carter, Robert L; b. 08-04-1919, d. 06-__-1981, US Army, Pvt., WW-2, (Mt. Pleasant)

Carter, Roy; He was recognized as a Veteran during the Memorial Day Service at Carter Cemetery 05-26-2014 (no military or burial information available)

Carter, Samuel; b. 08-27-1841, d. 01-18-1863, died in service, Private Co. “L” 27th Ms. Infantry, Civil War Veteran (Goff-Carter-Waltman Cemetery-Jackson)

Carter, Thomas West; b. 09-19-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Carter, W.G; b. 06-17-1832, d. 03-31-1911, Pvt., Co. “C” 3rd Ms. Infantry, enlisted 1863, discharged 04-26-1865, Civil War Veteran, (Carter-George)

Carter, William; b. 10-26-1821, d. 01-28-1896, Pvt., Co. “F” 14th Confederate Calvary, enlisted 07-18-1862, discharged 05-22-1865, Civil War Veteran, (Carter-George)

Carter, William M, b. 1846, d. 02-04-1924 Pvt., Co. “G”, 15th Mississippi Calvary, enlisted 1863, Civil War Veteran, (Carter)

Carter, William L, b. 05-24-1915, d. 03-01-1981, Pvt., US Army, WW-2, (Reeves/Carter.)

Carter, Willie M; b. 1848, d. 02-04-1924, Pvt., Co. “E” 9th Ms., Calvary, enlisted 1863, discharged 05-26-1865, Civil War Veteran (Carter-George)

Caruthers, James Sumerlin; b. 03-24-1911, d. 03-31-2001, 90 years old, US Army, WW-2, (Riverside California National Cemetery)

Casey, Marvin Lee; b. 03-20-1919, d. 01-17-1990, h/o Jennie (Finch) Casey, Pfc., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Castillo, John Alvin; b. 03-24-1927, d. 06-11-2013, h/o Mona (Churchwell) Castillo, US Navy WW-2 (Prien Memorial Cemetery-Lake Charles, La.)

Castona, Edward Otto; b. 07-04-1910, d. 05-07-1986, Tech 4 US Army WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Catchet, Arnow; Ms. Co. “A” 3rd Regt., enlisted 1862 (Jackson County District 1 pension request filed 1907) Civil War Veteran

Cates, Lamar; b. 02-29-1924, d. 07-30-2003, US Military Veteran, information provided by Charlie Welford, (Holmes Baptist)

Cates, John; b. 10-14-1837, d. 05-02-1918, Pvt., Co. “A” 3rd Ms. Infantry, enlisted 09-18-1861, discharged 04-26-1865, (Wilkerson Cemetery-La Rue) Civil War Veteran

Cates, Solomon; b. 01-09-1841, d. 09-14-1865, Pvt. Co. “A” 3rd Ms. Infantry, enlisted 09-08-1861, discharged 04-26-1865, Civil War Veteran, (Wilkerson cemetery-La Rue)

Catlett, Joe M; b. 06-26-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Catlett, Julius Frank, b. 01-12-1910, d. 01-16-1977, Tech. 4 US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 4-38-c)

Catshot, Arnold; b. 1840, d. 04-12-1910, Pvt., Co. “A” 3rd Ms. Infantry, enlisted 03-02-1862, discharge 04-26-1865, Civil War Veteran (Belande-Jackson)

Cauley, J. D. “Demp”; b. 01-03-1927, d. 07-24-1989 h/o Irma Elanor Cauley, US Army WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Cauley, William N; b. 1863, d. ____, Co. “G” Georgia Infantry, Civil War Veteran (Johnson cemetery-Jackson)

Caviness, Glenn P; b. 06-02-1928, d. 03-09-1999, h/o LuElla Caviness, US Army, Korea, (Mott Family Cemetery)

Cecchi, Louis F; b. 05-30-1931, d. 06-10-2004, Cpl., US Army, Korea (Palestine-Tanner Williams)

Chambers, William Ray; b. 03-29-1929, d. 07-20-2004, 75 years old, h/o Sandra, US Air Force, Korea (Cremated-no burial)

Chamblee, Luther Thomas; b. 03-30-1886, d. 03-20-1945, h/o Eva Patrick Chamblee, Mississippi CMM US Navy WW-1 & WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Chambliss, James K; b. 12-14-1916, d. 07-13-1994, 77 years old, h/o Lucille Chambliss, US Navy, WW-2 (Chambliss Family Cemetery-Lamar County, Ms.)

Chambliss, William Gary; b. 1945, d. 07-25-2012, 65 years old, h/o Patricia Ann Chambliss, US Navy, Vietnam, (Memorial service only-cremated)

Champenois, John Franklin; b. 03-16-1841, d. 02-14-1900, h/o #1 Francis Rachel (Copeland) & #2 Camilla (Colton), Civil War Veteran, Shubata, Mississippi)

Chandler, George Clayton; b. 04-02-1916, d. 09-24-1984, h/o Clara (Gray) Chandler, Pfc, US Army WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Chaney, Matthew; b. 01-16-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Chapman, Henry (Sr.); b. 09-28-1894, d. 09-05-1970, Cpl 17th Co. 162nd Depot Brigade WW-1 US Army (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Krndrick

Chapman, Henry R (Jr.); b. 08-24-1928, d. 03-31-1993, DK1 US Navy, WW-2, (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Chapman, Travis; b. 04-06-1917, d. 12-18-1984, US Army WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Chatham, Barry David; b. 12-18-1954, d. 12-23-2013, 59 years old, h/o Kathleen Chatham, US Army (Cemetery not named- George County Funeral Home in Charge)

Childress, Lyman Randall; b. 09-11-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Childress, Moses Ripley; b. 11-12-1872, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Childress, Ray Louis (Sr.), b. 09-16-1926, d. 05-17-1992, h/o Claudia (Dickerson) Childress, Sgt. US Army, 11th Airborne Div., WW-2 & Korea, (Shady Grove.)

Childress, William M. “Billy”, b. 03-23-1931, d. 04-20-1975, SA, US Navy Korea, (Shady Grove.)

Childress, William, b. 1798, d. 1856, Pvt. 16th Regt. Mississippi Militia, War of 1812, he was the George County Treasurer in 1850 (Crossroads Methodist.)

Chisholm, Bob Franklin; b. 08-11-1933, d. 06-29-2010, 76 years old, h/o Sandra J. (Burge) Chisholm, US Army, Korea (Magnolia)

Choate, Larry Joe (Sr.), b. 11-30-1937, d. 11-05-1999, S/SGT US Army, (Magnolia 6-42-b-3)

Christian, Caeser; b. 07-25-1925, d. 02-22-2004, ST3 US Navy WW-2 (Ellisville city cem. #2 New section-Jones county) information by Cleveland Sowell

Christian, James Marshall, b. 03-14-1909, d. 07-14-1946, TECH. 5 US Army WW-2, (Howell Baptist)

Christian, Elder John M; b. 09-05-1841, d. 02-10-1910, Co. “C” 21st Alabama Infantry Civil War Veteran (Palestine-Tanner Williams)

Christian, Robert Edward; b. 04-06-1874, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Christian, Shirley, b. 02-06-1916, d. 10-12-1964, PVT, US Army WW-2, (Howell Baptist)

Christiansen, Clement A; b. 09-13-1932, d. 11-13-1966, S/Sgt. Co. “G” C3 Battalion 32nd Armored Division WW-2 & Korea (Williams-Pierce Cemetery-Greene)

Churchwell, Gavin 'Tug' (Sr.), b. 03-29-1921, d. 02-14-1990, Tech. 5 US Army WW-2, (Union)

Churchwell, George Franklin “Junior” (Jr.); b. 04-20-1923, d. 06-10-1943, “Flight Officer US Army Air Force, 34th Bg., 7th B. Squad, was killed on a training flight near Weed, California when the plane he was co-piloting in crashed due to multiple engine failures on one wing, Killed in Action, Purple Heart, (Magnolia-Greene)

Churchwell, Herman; b. 09-30-1920, d. 05-19-2012, 91 years old, h/o Lora Mae (Flynt) Churchwell, US Air Force WW-2, (Greenwood Cemetery-Orlando, Florida)

Churchwell, Hillery Lee; b. 11-04-1919, d. 05-13-1984, H/o #1 Betty J. (Mathias), #2 Guylda (Scrivner), #3 Mamie (Jacklyn)(Jackdson) Churchwell, BM Chief US Navy WW-2 & Korea (Greenlawn Memorial Cemetery (Chesapeake, Virginia)

Churchwell, Huil; b. 06-06-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Churchwell, James M; b. 03-08-1824, d. 08-21-1903, Pvt., Co. “E” 36th Al. Inf. Civil War Veteran (Mt. Pisgah)

Churchwell, Rufus Bradley; b. 09-10-1941, d. 03-10-2008, 66 years old, h/o Camille, US Army, Pvt., Vietnam, (Magnolia-Greene Cty.)

Churchwell, Samuel (Jr.); b. ______, d. 05-01-1937, Pvt. 152nd Inf. 38th Div. WW-1 (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Churchwell, William C; b. 12-27-1822, d. 06-03-1881, Pvt., Co. “E” 36th Al. Inf., Civil War Veteran, Prisoner of War (Churchwell Cemetery-Greene)

Clapp, Arlie Wood; b. 10-08-1918, d. 08-12-1955, US Navy WW-2 (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Clark, Andrew; b. 04-05-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Clark, Barney Lee; b. 04-25-1922, d. 04-07-1975, Pfc., US Army WW-2, (Williams-Pierce Cemetery-Greene County)

Clark, Ben; b. 01-10-1886, d. 06-06-1946, Pvt., US Army WW-1 (Union Cemetery-Covington, Ms.)

Clark, Glover; b. 12-08-1932, d. 04-05-2013, 80 years old, h/o Ella Clark, US Army, Korea, (Memorial Gardens-Jackson County)

Clark, Guy Everette; b. 05-19-1899, d. 01-28-1978, H/o Annie Majorie (Wilkerson) Clark, need his military info_______________(Clarks Chapel-Greene)

Clark, James Elijah; b. 05-31-1941, d. 12-24-1983, SN, US Navy, Vietnam, (Refuge.)

Clark, Jerry LeRoy; b. 09-05-1937, d. 05-16-2011, h/o Dorothy Jean (Wiggins) Clark “Dotsy”; US Army National Guard, (Rocky Creek-George)

Clark, Marva “RAI” Mangum (Smith); b. 09-20-1968, d. 08-13-2004, 35 years old, US Army (cemetery not named)

Clark, Matthew James; b. ___, d. ___, enlisted Macon, Ms., Noxubee Rifle Co. “E” 11th Ms. Infantry, re-enlisted in Canton, Ms. Noxubee Calvary Co., Co. “G” 1st Ms. Civil War Veteran, information by Lisa McKinney, no cemetery named

Clark, Millard Elwood; b. 10-23-1923, d. 03-21-2008, 84 years old, h/o Ethell, RS Army, Purple Heart, (Antioch Baptist Cem. - Greene Cty.)

Clark, Nollin D; b. 09-20-1931, d. 08-09-1990, h/o Gloria Faye (Turner) Clark, US Air Force, A3C (Fellowship Baptist Cemetery-Old Avera Road-Greene)

Clark, Sherrie Thomas; b. 11-23-1935, d. 10-11-2005, h/o Jessie J. (Jones) Clark, National Guard, (Rocky Creek)

Clark, Sollie Arledge; b. 08-16-1905, funeral 08-21-1965, US Army Air Corp. WW-2 (Magnolia-Mobile, Al.)

Clark, Willie L; b. 03-02-1922, d. 07-04-1946, WW-2, Pvt., Quartermaster Corp. (Stateline-B)

Clark, William Harvey “Buck”; b. 1926, d. 09-08-2011, 85 years old, h/o Waudenia Clark, US Navy, WW-2 (New Hope-Unity Cem. in Citronelle)

Clark, William Rufus; b. 08-27-1843, d. 03-13-1916, Pvt., Co. “K” 25th Alabama Infantry, enlisted 01-02-1863, discharged 05-04-1865, Civil War Veteran (Greenwood cemetery-Jackson)

Clarke, Joyee (Vandosol); b. 12-30-1920, d. 10-14-1957, LTjg., US Navy Nurse Corps, WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Clayton, Ollie K; b. 09-07-1898, d. 01-01-1943, Mississippi Cook 114th Am. Tn. 39th Div. (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Clifton, Frank James (Sr.); b. 08-26-1914, d. 03-23-1988, 73 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Clifton, Reece; b. 07-19-1839, d. 03-06-1899, Pvt., Co. “H” 16th La. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Mutual Rights)

Coaker, Albert Littleton; b. 06-10-1895, d. 09-22-1975, PFC, US Army WW-1 (Clarks Chapel-Greene)

Coaker, Alton D; b. 04-21-1924, d. 05-29-1986, Sgt. US Army WW-2 (Clarks Chapel-Greene)

Coaker, John Littleton; b. 1832, d. 07-18-1864, Co. “A” 24th Ms. Infantry, Confederate Civil War Veteran, Prisoner of War, Captured at Chickamunga, Ga. on 09-20-1863. He was in prison at Camp Douglas, Ohio where he died and was buried there in the prison cemetery. (Camp Douglas Prison Cemetery, Chicago, Ill.) His company and unit information was taken from prison records of deaths.

Coaker, William W; b. ____, d. 04-26-1934, WW-1, Pvt., 83rd Infantry, 17th Infantry Division, (State Line “W”-Greene)

Coats, James Emmett, b. 09-17-1916, d. 10-28-1989, US Army, WW-2, (Macedonia)

Coats, Lauren Bruce, b. 05-15-1926, d. 08-11-1980, PFC, US Army, WW-2, (Movella Baptist.)

Cobb, Harold Rudolph; b. 10-02-1935, d. 02-07-1993, Sct. US Army (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Cobb, William Henry (Jr.); b. 11-08-1925, d. 04-01-1977, Major US Air Force WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Cobb, William Henry (Sr.); b. 04-09-1892, d. 08-08-1967, h/o Laura Ella Cobb, PFC US Army Co. “C” 319th Svc Battalion Quartermaster Corp (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Cochran, Albert; b. 05-05-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cochran, Coyt Daniel, b. 11-22-1931, d. 06-12-1971, SFC US Army, WW-2, Korea, Vietnam, Bronze Star, Purple Heart, (Shady Grove.)

Cochran, Curnal Clifton, b. 10-20-1910, d. 12-12-1981, US Army, WW-2, (Crossroads Methodist.)

Cochran, Dan T; b. 04-29-1922, d. 07-13-1988, Cpl., US Army, WW-2, (Joe P. Fairley Cemetery)

Cochran, Dewey D; b. _______, d. 01-22-1956, WW-2 Veteran, (Mobile Memorial Gardens-Mobile, Al.) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Jun 19, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 11259662

Cochran, Dewey Romey; b. 07-04-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cochran, Edgar C; b. 1910, d. 02-22-1965, 54 years old, WW-2 veteran (White House Cemetery-Clara, Ms.)

Cochran, Edward Connie; b. 02-11-1918, d. 03-28-1986, 68 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Shady Grove)

Cochran, Edward Lafayette; b. 02-04-1844, d. 09-16-1905, Pvt. Co. "A", 3rd Mississippi Inf. Enlisted 03-20-1862, discharged 06-12-1865, Civil War Veteran, Wounded at Camp More, (Salem Cemetery. – Avent)

Cochran, Eugene H; b. 01-20-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cochran, Frank; b. 11-14-1843, d. 09-15-1900, Pvt., Co. “E” 17th Battalion, Ms. Cav. & Co. “C” 9th Ms. Cav., Civil War Veteran, (Buffalo)

Cochran, Franklin Hurley; b. 01-06-1932, d. 11-10-2005, 73 years old, US Marine s (Pipkins cemetery)

Cochran, George; b. 05-08-1929, d. 01-10-2003, Pvt. US Army Korea (New Life Cemetery)

Cochran, George; b. 01-25-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cochran, Gouldsberry; b. 01-17-1847, d. 05-08-1920, Pvt., Co. “H” 1st Ms. Cav. Res., Civil War Veteran, (Lazarus Walley Cemetery)

Cochran, Harold Owen; b. 08-27-1921, d. 07-06-1992, US Army Corporal, Co. “H” 692nd Engineer Supply Company, Rifle Marksman qualified July 1943, ATO Medal, APTO Medal, Philippine Liberation Ribbon, Good Conduct Medal, WW-2 Victory Medal (Crossroads United Methodist Cemetery)

Cochran, Henry Alexander; b. 07-05-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cochran, Henry C; b. 11-26-1826, d. 03-18-1899, h/o Mary J. Cochran, Cpl., Civil War Veteran, C.S.A., Co. “A” 9th Miss Calvary, Was captured December 1864, (Prisoner of War-held on Ship Island) (Salem) information from Dan McCaskill’s web site (this info added from 1938 WPA records- enlisted 09-1862 and served until he was captured. (Salem-Leaf)

Cochran, Homer (Jr.); b. 1926, d. 03-02-1988, 62 years old, WW-2 veteran, (Cochran Family Cemetery)

Cochran, Homer Ratlieff (Ratliff); b. 08-31-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cochran, James McWain; b. 02-18-1921, d. 08-02-1983, US Army, WW-2 (Palestine-Tanner Williams)

Cochran, John Alexander; b. 12-15-1828, d. 09-09-1896, Civil War Veteran, C.S.A., Pvt. Co. “H” 3rd Battalion Miss Inf. (Crossroads Methodist) information from Dan McCaskill’s web site

Cochran, John Harold “Johnnie”, b. 03-18-1927, d. 10-10-1998, Cpl. US Army WW-2 Korea, (Shady Grove.)

Cochran, John Lewis; b. 10-20-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cochran, Johnnie A, b. 09-18-1906, d. 06-17-1983, Pfc., US Army, WW-2, Purple Heart, (Crossroads Methodist.)

Cochran, John Rufus; b. 04-23-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cochran, Joseph Ervin; b. 12-31-1958, d. 05-04-2015, 56 years old, US Army (Leroy Cemetery)

Cochran, Julian James; b. 01-20-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cochran, Lee Roy; b. 12-01-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cochran, Lyman Alexander; b. 02-03-1878, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cochran, Martin Kimmel; b. 06-15-1946, d. 06-24-2015, 69 years old h/o Elizabeth Roxanne “Roxie’ Cochran, US Army Vietnam veteran (Shady Grove)

Cochran, Marvin Marvell (Sr.), b. 09-28-1918, d. 10-03-1991, T/Sgt. US Army WW-2, served in Euporean Theatre-Germany, captured by Germans and held in Stalag 6G, Bonn Rheinland, Prussia 50-07, and Captured 02-23-1945 and liberated about 75 days later. Of his unit of 13 men 12 were wounded and only 4 survived. Mr. Cochran was left for dead, severly wounded. He eventually lost a leg and weighed 81 pounds from a weight of 176 before capture Wounded in Action, Prisoner of War, Purple Heart, Bronze Star (Corinth)

Cochran, Melvin Leon; b. 09-06-1926, d. 12-11-1968, Pfc. Co. "A" 1st BG. 31st Inf. WW-2, Mississippi, (Crossroads Methodist.)

Cochran, Mymford Collins; b. 11-21-1924, d. 08-20-1999, US Navy WW-2, NRS Hattiesburg, NRS Jackson, Ms., NAS Pensacola, NAS Correy Field, Pensacola, Fla., Seaman 2 class (SV) V-6 (Pipkins Cemetery) Cochran, Oscar O’Neal; b. 07-04-1896, d. 10-11-1943, Pvt. 307th Inf. 77th Div., WW-1, (Crossroads Methodist.)

Cochran, Preston Alexander; b. 10-20-1908, d. 12-22-1964, 56 years old, h/o Mary Virginia (Byrd) Cochran, WW-2 Veteran (Byrd)

Cochran, Rainer Ervin; b. 07-14-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cochran, Ramey Roscoe “John”; b. 05-23-1919, d. 06-30-1986, (4-85-D), Tech. 4 US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 4-85-d)

Cochran, Richmond "Pete" Franklin; b. 01-06-1922, d. 11-08-2008, US Army, h/o Georgena Idell "Dell" Cochran, (Shady Grove)

Cochran, Walter; b. 10-02-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cochran, William Henry; b. 12-26-1911, d. 10-27-1967, h/o Mary Ellen (Fowler) Cochran, WW-2, US Army Air Corp., Special Trn., Unit, (Magnolia 4-40-c)

Cochran, William Lyman; b. 03-18-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cochran, William Wesley; b. 09-28-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cockroft, Joseph Leeson; b. 08-13-1875, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Colburn, Hertle A; b. 01-24-1924, d. 02-20-1991, h/o Armetha G. Colburn, (not on the maps), Pfc. US Army, Korea, (Magnolia)

Cole, Charles E; b. 12-12-1923, d. 01-19-2009, US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Cole, James; b. 1811, d. 08-28-1901, Pvt., Co. “D” 1st Ms. Cav., Civil War Veteran, (Grafton Cemetery-Sandhill, Ms.)

Cole, Joe Doyle (Sr.); b. 06-23-1922, d. 10-23-2004, h/o Mary Virginia (Walker) Cole, US Marines, Korea (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Cole, Joseph N; b. 06-08-1893, d. 01-15-1973, h/o Lorena Mae Cole, Pvt. US Army, WW-1 (Machpeklah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Cole, Liburn Dee; b. 02-17-1931, d. 11-20-2006, 75 years old, h/o Helen M. Cole, US Air Force (26 year veteran), (Memorial Gardens, Mobile)

Coleman, Alfred Lewis; b. 01-27-1927, d. 10-12-1950, FN3, US Navy, Korea, USS Pirate (AMS-275), 3 miles off Sin-Do Island, the ship hit a mine and sank 10-12-1950, his remains were never recovered. He was awarded the Purple Heart, the Combat Action Ribbon, the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal, the National Defense Medal, the Korean Presidential Unit Citation and the Republic of Korea War Service Medal. “Killed in Action”, (his remains were lost at sea)

Coleman, Alfred Louis; b. 03-24-1836, d. 11-26-1891, Pvt., Co. “I” 12th Alabama Infantry Civil War Veteran (Coleman family cemetery-Jackson)

Coleman, George C, b. 02-02-1942, d. 05-27-1968, SP5, US Army, Mississippi, (Sweetwater.)

Coleman, James Cage; b. 03-19-1830, d. 04-22-1914 Co. “A” 38th Ms. Infantry enlisted in Lexington, Ms., Civil War Veteran, information by Lisa McKinney, (Methodist Cemetery-Citronelle, Al.)

Coleman, Mattie Lucille (Parker); b. 1926, d. 10-03-2012, 86 years old, US Army, WW-2, (Agricola Baptist)

Coleman, N.B; Co. “K” 15th Regt. (Jackson County District 2, filed for pension 1907) Civil War Veteran

Coleman, Porter; b. 03-01-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Coleman, Sidney J; b. 12-07-1928, d. 11-16-1993, Cpl. US Air Force, (Davis Cemetery-Howell Road-behind Mexican Restaurant), information provided by Diona (Parker) Dickerson

Coleman, William A; b. 04-29-1888, d. 02-11-1955, 1st Sgt., Btry., “D” 309th FA 78th Division, WW-1 (Palestime-Tanner Williams)

Coleman, William Hale; b. 07-16-1931, d. 04-10-2002, Pvt. US Army, (Oak Grove.)

Collins, Benjamin Allen “Ben”; b. 08-26-1941, d. 04-01-2006, 64 years old, h/o Rebecca (Rester) Collins, US Navy, Vietnam (Biloxi National Cemetery) *his obit. On find a grave shows him serving in the US Army from 1966 to 1968, not the US Navy.

Collins, Charles D; b. 01-17-1889, d. 05-08-1931, WW-1 Pvt., 56th Regiment Coast Artillery (Old Buffalo-Greene)

Collins, Willie G; b. 04-03-1926, d. 08-26-1989, Pvt US Army WW-2, (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Colmer, Thomas W; b. 02-18-1926, d. 10-02-1979, US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Colmer, William Myers; b. 02-11-1890, d. 09-09-1980, Sgt. Major, US Army, WW-1, (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Colville, John Anderson; b. 11-15-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Colville, John H. (Sr.); b. 1894, d. 1966, Sargeant first class, telegraph operator, enlisted 05-07-1917, (Serene Gardens, Jackson County) information from 1938 WPA records)

Colville, Thomas Allen; b. 06-21-1877, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Colville, Thomas J, b. 08-13-1897, d. 07-10-1972, (4-81-A), Pfc. US Army WW-1, (Magnolia 4-81-a)

Colville, Willie; b. _______, d. _______, # 1608174, Private, Auxiliary Remount Depot 314th, discharged 03-31-1919, (information from 1938 WPA records)

Conner, James F. “Bud”; b. 12-21-1914, d. 09-10-1986, 1st Sgt. US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 5-14-d)

Conner, William Henry; b. 05-10-1846, d. 10-12-1912 Co. “E” 26th Ms., Infantry enlisted in DeKalb, Ms., Civil War Veteran, information by Lisa McKinney, (Magnolia Cemetery-Mobile, Al.)

Converse, “Dr.” Joseph Irwin; b. 12-20-1911, d. 06-02-1998, 86 years old, h/o Marion (Carpenter) Converse, Captain, Medical Corps.WW-2 (Magnolia 6-67-b-1)

Convoy, John; b. 09-26-1804, d. 01-15-1905, enlisted 03-04-1861, discharged 04-26-1865, Pvt., Co. “A” 15th Confederate Calvary Civil War Veteran (Greenwood cemetery-Jackson)

Conway, Grover H; b. 07-16-1891, d. 12-14-1969, h/o Lillie N. Conway, Pvt., US Army 167th Infantry WW-2 (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Cook, Donald Perry; b. 07-02-1929, d. 08-30-1987, Cpl., US Army (Canaan)

Cook, Fred; b. 02-07-1892, d. 03-__-1977, Pvt US Army WW-1 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Cook, James Odell; b. 09-08-1947, d. 02-05-2014, h/o Cora Jean (Martin) Cook, 66 years old, US Air Force, Vietnam, (Magnolia-George)

Cook, James William; b. 04-27-1918, d. 11-16-2001, h/o #1 Ella Louise Cook & #2 Jimmie Cook, Pfc. US Army WW-2,  (Oak Grove)

Cook, Leo; b. 08-17-1921, d. 12-02-2005, Pfc US Army WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Cook, Norman (Jr.); b. 05-21-1919, d. 08-03-2001, Pfc US Army WW-2 92nd Buffalo Infantry (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Cook, Ottis O’Neil, b. 04-16-1925, d. 12-06-1975, Coxswain, US Navy WW-2, (Union)

Cook, Robert Cecil “Bobby” Jr; b. 03-10-1928, d. 08-15-2010, 82 years old, h/o Lenore “Len” Cook, US Navy, WW-2 (Magnolia)

Cook, Trenell; b. 08-10-1946, d. 07-04-2012, h/o Gloria Ann (Simmons) Cook, US Marines Vietnam (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Cook, Vernon Edison; b. 01-27-1930, d. 10-22-1981, US Air Force, (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Cook, Vernon Lowell, b. 07-25-1927, d. 04-20-1983, CPL. US Army, (Union)

Cook, Wallace Arnold (Sr.), b. 01-14-1923, d. 10-12-2003, Sgt. US Army WW-2, section F-11, (Rocky Creek)

Cook, Wayne Edward; b. 05-29-1931, d. 03-20-2003, 71 years old, h/o Gussie (Evans) Cook, US Army, (Twin Oaks Memorial Gardens-South Haven, Ms.)

Cooley, Athon E; b. 03-30-1933, d. 02-19-1992, h/o Elaine (Morgan) Cooley, Pvt., US Air Force, Korea, (Hillcrest Cemetery-Petal, Ms.)

Cooley, Autha; b. 10-12-1919, d. 06-17-1945, TEC5 216th AAA Gun Bn. CAC (Mississippi) Killed in Action, Purple Heart, (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Cooley, Cleveland Thurston; b. 10-26-1926, d. 12-22-1977, S1class US Coast Guard WW-2 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Cooley, Edward Ralph; b. 07-01-1892, d. 04-20-1980, 87 years old, US Army, WW-1 (Magnolia 2-84)

Cooley, Dan Spiceland (Sr.); b. 07-26-1930, d. 10-01-2001, 71 years old, h/o Edna Cooley, US Military Veteran, Cpl. US Army, Korea, (Mobile Memorial Gardens)

Cooley, Franklin Steve; b. 03-17-1920, d. 03-25-1976, US Army WW-2, (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Cooley, Glenn W; b. 11-16-1926, d. 05-19-2007, 80 years old, US Army, WW-2, (Cooley Family Cem.)

Cooley, Harbart Kincher; b. 03-22-1841, d. 03-07-1893, Pvt., Civil War Veteran (information from Green County Herald article date 06-12-1925 naming 24th Ms. Infantry (Kitrell/Cooley cem.-Vernal,Ms.)

Cooley, Hubert L; b. 06-18-1834, d. 03-07-1893, Pvt. Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf. Enlisted 04-08-1862, discharged 04-26-1865 Civil War Veteran (Cooley-Vernal)

Cooley, James Washington; b. 10-22-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cooley, John; b. 03-24-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cooley, Jule; b. 06-17-1887 (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cooley, Kirt; b. 08-13-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cooley, LaTroy, b. 11-04-1915, d. 08-24-1993, M/Sgt. US Army Air Corps WW-2, "D.D.S.", (Magnolia 1-400)

Cooley, L.B; b. 11-10-1933, d. 11-30-1973, 40 years old, Korean War Veteran, (Mixon-Mizelle Cem.)

Cooley, Malcolm Leadger “Mal”; b. 12-27-1922, d. 05-19-2004, 81 years old, h/o Ruth (Davis) Cooley, Coxswain US Navy, WW-2, (Sweetwater-Greene)

Cooley, Ramie L; b. 06-30-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cooley, Robert R.M; b. 08-05-1950, d. 01-01-2008, SP4 US Army, Vietnam (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Cooley, Robert Z; b. 04-08-1829, d. 01-01-1887, Pvt., Co. “H & B” 3rd Battalion Ms. Inf. State Troops, Civil War Veteran, (Pine Grove/Powal Place-Vernal)

Cooley, Roland David; b. 01-03-1941, d. 06-06-1978, BT3 US Navy (Unity-Greene)

Cooley, Rufus; b. 05-12-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cooley, Sean Michael, b. 04-18-1969, d. 02-03-2005, h/o Laura, served 6 years in the US Navy Reserves in the CB’s (Construction Battalion) before joining the Mississippi Army National Guard, M/Sgt. 150th Combat Engr. Bn, Mississippi Medal of Valor, Bronze Star, PURPLE HEART, Killed in action in Iraq, (O’Neal Cemetery – Benndale)

Cooley, Waldo E, b. 10-01-1918, d. 09-12-1977, BM1 US Coast Guard WW-2, (Oak Grove.)

Cooley, Wiley W; b. 09-27-1890, d. 02-24-1935, Pvt., 55th Infantry 7th Infantry Division WW-1 (Cooley-Greene)

Cooley, William Ard; b. 05-02-1831, d. 03-17-1902, Pvt., Co. “B & I” 2nd Ms. Cav., Civil War Veteran, (Cooley Cem-Vernal)

Cooney, John Joseph; b. 05-22-1921, d. 05-23-1960, MSgt US Air Force, WW-2 & Korea, (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Cooper, Arelias Paracleat (Areias); b. 05-15-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cooper, Curtis Clarence; b. 12-14-1920, d. 02-22-2009, 88 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Antioch Methodist)

Cooper, Elijah; b. 09-15-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cooper, George Wilford; b. 11-03-1924, d. 01-14-1971, Pfc., 307th Abn Eng. Bn. WW-2 headstone has d.o.b. 11-03-1925, military plaque has 11-03-1924 (Palestine-Tanner Williams)

Cooper, Howard James; b. 08-04-1929, d. 07-24-2002, 83 years old, h/o Margaret Cooper, US Army WW-2, (Serenity Memorial Gardens-Mobile County, Alabama)

Cooper, James Elvin, b. 08-04-1929, d. 08-23-2002, (4-6-B), S/1c US Army Korea, (Military plaque has date of death as 08-25-2002), (Magnolia)

Cooper, John Abram; b. 07-10-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cooper, Joseph E; b. 09-24-1925, d. 04-08-1967, Mississippi CMM US Coast Guard WW-2 (Spanish Fort/Krebs Cemetery Jackson county) information by Cynthia Snyder

Cooper, John Louis; b. 12-01-1920, d. 06-12-1993 He was recognized as a Veteran during Memorial Day Service at Carter Cemetery 05-26-2014 (Tech 5 US Army, WW-2), (Montevista Cemetery-Webster County, Ms.)

Cooper, Leslie H; b. 04-29-1926, d. 09-30-1999, US Army Corporal, 1391st AAF Base Unit, Special Vehicle Operator MOS # 932, Sharpshooter 30 cal & M-1 Carbine, EAME Service Medal, Good Conduct Medal, WW-2 Victory Medal (Midway Cemetery-Franklin County, Ms.)

Cooper, Major Eli; b. 04-04-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cooper, Murry L; b. 03-__-1927, d. 01-26-1975, Pvt., US Marines, (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Cooper, Ollis F; b. 04-13-1919, d. 09-26-1947, US Army, PFC., Hq. Company 53rd Infantry, Military Policeman MOS #677, served in Panama Canal Zone, American Theater Campaign Ribbon, Good Conduct Medal (Rocky Creek D-6)

Cooper, Singleton Franklin; b. 05-26-1915, d. 07-03-1996, 79 years old, h/o Claudia (Kirk) US Marine Corp. (Barton)

Cooper, Thomas Lee; b. 10-02-1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cooper, Tommy; he was recognized as a Veteran at Memorial Day Service at Carter cemetery 05-26-2014 (no military or burial info given)

Cooper, Vernon Eric; b. 11-02-1892, d. 04-14-1945, Ms. Pvt. WW-1 343rd Fld Arty. 90th Division (Magnolia-Greene County)

Cooper, Washington “Wash”; b. 02-24-1834, d. 06-02-1913, Civil War Veteran, C.S.A., Co. “D” 9th Miss Calvary (Old Flurry Cemetery-Broome) Information by Linda Ellis

Cooper, Will; b. 03-01-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Copeland, Billy Franklin; b. 03-04-1932, d. 02-08-2014, h/o Sudie J. Copeland, US Navy Veteran, McInnis Cemetery-Vernal Community)

Corley, Carter William; b. 10-05-1921, d. 11-10-1996, 75 years old, US Army, (Ft. McCoy Cemetery-Ft. McCoy, Florida)

Cornelson, Ernest S; b. 05-29-1921, d. 01-23-1972, SFC Btry, “A” #1 How Bn. 10th Arty, WW-2 & Korea (Scotland)

Cornelson, George Amos; b. 07-28-1919, d. 06-07-1982, 62 years old, SSgt. US Army WW-2, (Scotland)

Corser, Mathaniel Jason “Mat”; b. 1975, d. 06-24-2012, 37 years old, h/o Tiffany Corser, US Army (no cemetery named in obituary)

Corsey, Johnie; b. 06-25-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Costict, Charlie F, (Jr.); b. 05-22-1962, d. 12-10-2003, SP4, US Army (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Cotton, Seth Jackson; b. 05-18-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Couch, Harold Donald; b. 07-24-1910, d. 08-13-1948, SK3 US Navy Reserves, WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Couch, Johnnie W; b. 04-24-1909, d. 05-18-1971, Pvt., US Army WW-2 (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Couch, Lynell Watson; b. 04-15-1926, d. 11-28-1975, F1st class US Navy WW-2 (Union cem. Moss Point) information byJulius Redmond

Counselman, Herbert Andrew; b. 06-08-1926, d. 03-19-1991, 64 years old, US Navy, WW-2 died in an accident working on his motor home, (Agricola)

Courtney, Curtis J; b. 06-04-1923, d. 02-23-1991, F1 US Navy WW-2 (Shiloh cem. Jackson county) information by Ray Bellande

Courtney, David Bruner; b. 04-21-1936, d. 07-08-2006, 70 years old, h/o Jane Ann Courtney, US Army, (Rocky Creek)

Courtney, Marion Jackson “Jack”; b. 1892, d. 11-18-1984, 91 years old, US Army WW-1, (Magnolia 3-285)

Cowan, Albert; b. 06-25-1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cowan, Henry S; b. 03-03-1922, d. 01-__-1982, S1class US Navy WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Cowan, William; b. 11-08-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cowart, Aaron; b. 05-11-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cowart, A.J; b. 02-15-1841, d. 12-26-1912, Pvt. Co. “A”, 3rd Ms. Inf. Enlisted 03-08-1863, discharged 04-26-1865 Civil War Veteran (Byrd-Cowart)

Cowart, Abner Joseph (Jr.), b. 06-30-1892, d. 04-11-1952, Cpl., Btry. "D", 46th Fld. Arty., WW-1, Mississippi, (Pipkins Cemetery. – Avent)

Cowart, Alton C; b. 06-01-1918, d. 08-12-1980, funeral held 08-15-1980, 62 years old, WW-2 Veteran (Pipkin)

Cowart, Aubrey, b. 02-25-1921, d. 07-22-1983, S/Sgt., US Army, "Retired", (Refuge.)

Cowart, Brewer; b. 01-09-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cowart, Edward Victor; b. 08-22-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cowart, Elijah K, b. 04-01-1893, d. 12-14-1974, Pvt., US Army, WW-1 (Pipkins Cemetery. – Avent)

Cowart, Ezekiel, b. 1766, d. 03-01-1874, h/o Margaret (Cochran) Cowart, Pvt. McGowan’s Co. Mississippi Militia (War of 1812), section B-7, (Rocky Creek)

Cowart, Harold Lavert; b. 07-07-1921, d. 07-04-1977, Pvt. US Army, WW-2 (King-Cowart-O'Neal Cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Cowart, Isaac Malone; b. 03-03-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cowart, John W; b. 1847, d. ___, name from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 naming 24th Ms. Infantry Civil War Veteran, (No more information given)

Cowart, Joseph E. “Boots”; b. 08-22-1924, d. 08-04-2012, 87 years old, h/o Ella (Goff) Cowart, US Navy, WW-2, USS Pennsylvania BB-38, (Hance Eubanks Cemetery)

Cowart, Lewis; b. 01-09-1896, d. 04-30-1976, Cpl. US Army WW-1, (King-Cowart-O'Neal Cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Cowart, M. “Martin” Coward; b. 1829, d. 02-23-1884, Pvt., Co. “A” 7th Battalion Ms, Inf. Volunteers, Prisoner of War (Pipkins-Leaf/Avent highway 57) Civil War Veteran his command was captured at Vicksburg MS and paroled, and marched to Enterprise, Miss., a distance of 140 miles. Enlisted 10-05-1863, discharged 12-08-1863

Cowart, Norman Charman, b. 09-21-1927, d. 04-05-2003, Sgt., US Army, Korea, (Pipkins Cemetery. – Avent)

Cowart, Wiley (Wyley); b. 1840, d. ___, 2nd Sgt., (Name taken from Green County Herald article listing members of the 24th Mississippi Infantry Civil War Veteran (no other information given)

Cowart, William Henry “Buddy”; b. 08-19-1916, d. 05-19-1946 at age 30, h/o Euna V. (Parker) Cowart, enlisted 11-06-1942 at Camp Shelby, PFC, 407th Infantry, US Army, WW-2 served in Germany, (Magnolia Baptist Church Cemetery-Jackson County, Ms.)

Cowart, Zack; b. 11-21-1874, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cox, Aurelius P; b. 1845, d. 06-05-1919, Enlisted in 1861, 15th Cav. Co. “B” served under Gen. Murry & Capt. Smith. He received a Confederate pension in George County. Civil War Veteran, (Alexander Cemetery-Stone County)

Cox, Earl Tennyson; b. 04-17-1916, d. 09-20-1981, US Navy (C.F. Ward)

Cox, Hayward L; 07-21-1921, d. 06-10-1996, US Army WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Cox, Michael Thomas; b. 03-19-1950, d. 12-05-1998, FTG2 US Navy, Vietnam (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Cox, Noah Wilson; b. 06-16-1897, d. 10-__-1965, 68 years old, WW-1 Veteran, (Lyons Cemetery-Lyons Ohio)

Coxwell, Edward Austin, b. 07-12-1916, d. 11-22-1998, Pfc., US Army, WW-2, (New Antioch. – Twin Creek Road) Coxwell, Emmett O, b. 11-18-1912, d. 01-15-1991, Pfc., US Army, WW-2, (New Antioch. – Twin Creek Road)

Crabtree, Jesse Lee; b. 11-27-1932, d. 02-24-2001, Pvt. US Army Korea (Magnolia)

Craft, Cecil E; b. 12-06-1929, d. 12-20-1981, Sgt. US Air Force, served in Korea (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Crager, Ras Lloyd; b. 11-22-1927, d. 06-13-1952, Cpl., 200th Fld. Arty. Battalion (State Line “W”-Greene)

Craig, Charles G; b. 02-11-1943, d. 02-19-1996, h/o Shirley Craig, SA US Coast Guard (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Crane, Prentiss; b. 03-27-1911, d. 11-02-1999, h/o Bessie Crane, Pvt. US Army, WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Craven, Herman C; b. 11-12-1896, d. 02-17-1978, Pvt. US Army WW-1 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Crawford, Frank Wesley; b. 06-30-1926, d. 09-28-1978, BM2 US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Crawford, James Louis; b. 05-16-1920, d. 02-25-1984, h/o Lula (Ferriu) Crawford, US Army WW-2 (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Crawford, William Allen; b. 07-06-1923, d. 06-23-1977, h/o Rosemary (Spinks) Crawford, Pfc., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Crawford, William Ray; b. 05-19-1958, d. 10-16-1978, SA, US Navy (Naomi Cain) information by Linda Ellis

Crawley, Eugene; b. 01-16-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Crawley, William N; b. 10-14-19532, d. 04-10-2015, 61 years old, h/o Sylvia Crawley, US Army (William N. Crawley Family cemetery)

Creel, Barry; b. ___, d. ___, Co. “I” 46th Ms. Infantry, enlisted in Meredian, Ms., Civil War Veteran, information by Lisa McKinney, no cemetery named

Creiggs, Earl; b. 06-08-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Crenshaw, Charles Posey; b. 05-25-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Crenshaw, Fred Eugene; b. 10-03-1921, d. 01-21-1966, h/o Jennie (Lamfers) Crenshaw, Cpl., US Army WW-2 (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Crenshaw, Thomas Lenzy; b. 09-07-1920, d. 04-09-1985, Pfc., US Army, WW-2, Co. "B" 274th Inf., (Rocky Creek)

Crenshaw, Van Buren; b. 06-12-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Crocker, Bosman Calaway; b. 11-03-1894, d. 08-30-1985, US Army WW-1 (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Crocker, John Frank; b. 07-26-1893, d. 02-08-1975, WW-1 US Army, Pvt., (McLeod-Magnolia)

Crocker, Uriah L; b. 06-24-1920, d. 10-13-1945, (US MILITARY VETERAN) Killed in Action, Purple Heart (Mount Pleasant Cemetery-Greene)

Crocker, William W; b. ____, d. 04-26-1934, WW-1, Pvt., 83rd Infantry 17th Infantry division, (Stateline cemetery)

Cronier, Frederick Delmas; b. 11-18-1848, d. 01-24-1914, Pvt., Co. “C” 2nd La. Calvary Civil War Veteran (Cronier Family-Jackson)

Croom, James Allen; b. 03-28-1921, d. 10-19-2008, h/o Helen, US Coast Guard, WW-2 (Rocky Creek)

Crosby, John A; b. 07-29-1893, d. 02-23-1972, Ms. Pvt. Co. “B” 166th Inf., WW-1 (Arlington cemetery-Beaumont-Perry County)

Crow, Bobby Everett; b. 06-10-1923, d. 10-19-1988, 65 years old, US Air Force, WW-2 (McInnis –Vernal)

Crowell, Charles Clarence “Pas” III; b. 12-03-1954, d. 01-25-2012, 58 years old, Petty Officer 2nd Class, Vietnam, Persian Gulf, retired US Navy, (VA Cemetery, Biloxi, Ms.)

Crump, Dr. Charles Harry “Pete”; b. 02-05-1925, d. 09-16-2013, services held 09-18-2013, 88 years old, h/o Florence "Flossie" Amelia  (Graham) Crump, Sgt. US Marine Corps. WW-2, was in the Invasion of Saipan, (Crawford UMC Cemetery-Mobile)

Crutcher, Charles Reeves; b.06-07-1926 d. 05-22-2003, 76 yrs old, h/o Edith M. (Rasberry) Crutcher, STM1, US Navy, (Bethlehem)

Cry, Willie; b. 08-30-1920, d. 09-01-1988, Pvt US Army WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat creel Kendrick

Csaszar, John Edward; b. 02-28-1927, d. 08-03-1997, US Army, WW-2 & Korea (Arlington cemetery-Beaumont-Perry)

Cudaback, M.N; b. 09-14-1827, d. 07-21-1875, Pvt., Munition department of New Orleans, La., enlisted 03-14-1861, discharged 04-26-1865, Civil War Veteran (Griffin Cemetery-Jackson)

Culpepper, Horace; b. 05-01-1901, d. 08-22-___, US Army WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Culpepper, Robert Edward “Bobby”; b. 05-18-1938, d. 06-29-2013, 75 years old, h/o Linda Culpepper, United States National Guard, (Machpelah Cemetery, Pascagoula, Ms.)

Cumberland, Ernest Burlin; b. 06-24-1929, d. 02-11-2012, 82 years old, h/o Donnie Sue Cumberland, Spc3, US Army, (Magnolia)

Cumberland, Homer B, b. 03-23-1918, d. 06-10-1975, Cpl. US Army WW-2, served in European Theatre-Germany, captured by Germans and held in Stalag 3B Furstenberg Brandenberg, Prussia & Kdos #1-5, Prisoner of War, (Magnolia 4-106-a)

Cumbest, Oris Denver; b. 07-27-1933, d. 01-31-2004, h/o Maxine (Watson) Cumbest, Served in US Army as a Military policeman (Caswell Springs Cemetery)

Cummings, Steven Jack; b. 09-13-1938, d. 01-27-2014, 75 years old, Vietnam Veteran, (Mt. Pisgah Pentecostal Cemetery)

Cummins, Hubert Lofton; b. 11-15-1944, d. 10-18-2009, 65 years old, US Army, (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Cunningham, Andrew M; Gillis’s Company (Jackson County District 3, filed for pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran

Cunningham, C. L. “Foots”; b. 09-18-1930, d. 11-03-2008, Pfc., US Marines, Korea (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Cunningham, Carver Lenear; b. 04-01-1893, d. 05-06-1965, Pvt., US Army WW-1 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Cunningham, Jesse Carver; b. 02-11-1918, d. 12-23-1997, US Navy WW-2, (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Cunningham, Jessie Lee; b. 06-26-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cunningham, Norman E; b. 06-09-1877, d. 08-18-1945, Pvt. 1st Ms. Infantry Spanish American War (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Cunningham, Samuel; b. 03-26-1827, d. 10-30-1897, Pvt., Co. “L” 27th Ms., Infantry, Civil War Veteran (Four Mile Creek-Jackson)

Cunningham, Simon Andrew “W.J.” b. 1820, d. 1894 Co. “L” 27th Ms. Infantry, enlisted Scranton, Ms., Civil War Veteran, information by Lisa McKinney, Big Point Cemetery-Big Point, Ms.)

Curd, Arvella Irene (Bullis-Barth); b. 12-06-1922, d. 06-19-2009, 86 years old, w/o Charles Curd, US Navy rank of CY (Chief Yeoman), at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, (Magnolia)

Curry, Harry Leonard (Sr.); b. 07-23-1902, d. 12-09-1959, 57 years old, WW-1 Veteran, (Union)

Curry, Michael W, b. 10-18-1951, d. 06-27-1973, FA US Navy Vietnam (Louisiana), (Union)

Curtis, Lymon; b. 03-14-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Cutbirth, Delbert C, b. 07-16-1921, d. 01-26-1997, h/o Pauline (McInnis) Cutbirth PFC US Army WW-2, (Woodard.)

Daffin, Albert Bruce; b. 02-11-1877,

Dahl, Frederick Thomas; b. 1923, d. 1983, Eng. US Navy WW-2 (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Dahlgreen, Robert Lee; b. 10-30-1921, d. 04-02-2005, US Army Air Force (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Dale, Cincinnati H. (Sr.); b. 09-27-1894, d. 06-17-1969, WW-1, Veteran, (Magnolia 4-55-b)

Dale, John Laverne (Sr.); b. 10-01-1928, d. 12-13-1980, h/o Kathy Dale, Veteran, (Magnolia 4-45-a)

Dale, Woodrow W; b. 1912, d. 1944, TECH5, US Army, Killed in Action (Buried in American Cemetery-Nettuno, Italy)

Daley, Billy Gene; b. 12-22-1945, d. 03-22-2003, 57 years old, h/o Karen Daley, US Marines, Cpl. Vietnam service, (Winborn Chapel-Greene County, Mississippi)

Damewood, Robert; b. 02-__-1921, d. _____, US Army, Warrant Officer, enlisted 10-19-1942 (Cremated, ashes in Idaho) information by Dotsy Clark

Daniel, Julian B; b. 12-04-1926, d. 02-28-1984, 57 years old, US Army Veteran (Lott Cemetery-Georgetown, Alabama)

Daniel, Eugene; b. 03-08-1913, d. 06-09-2014, 101 years old, h/o Daisy (Richardson) Daniel He was an aircraft mechanic at an Air Force Cadet Training base and veteran of US Army Reserves (Magnolia)

Daniel, F.B; b. 06-26-1838, d. 05-14-1898, Pvt., Alabama Infantry, Civil War Veteran (Griffin-Jackson)

Daniels, Ranmon, b. 02-28-1893, d. 11-14-1952, Pvt., Co. "D", 812th Pioneer Inf., WW-1, (Mount Sinai)

Daniels, Walter L, b. 06-19-1922, d. 12-25-1980, Pvt., US Army, WW-2, (Mount Sinai)

Danley, Arthur; b. 04-__-1828, d. 06-__-1906, Cpl., Co. “A” 3rd Ms. Infantry, Civil War Veteran, (Greenwood-Jackson)

Danley, Carlton Joseph; b. 03-07-1900, d. 01-16-1985, US Army WW-1, (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Dannelly, James Clinton; b. 05-25-1901, d. 02-27-1983, h/o Manilla L Dannelly, Pvt., US Army, WW-1 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Danner, Leonidas Gitzen; b. 10-03-1878, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dantzler, Mack; b. 05-17-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dantzler, Thomas M.H; b. _____, d._____; Pvt. Co. “G” 1st Ms. Calvary (from Jackson County) Civil War Veteran

Dassett, Amos; b. 02-__-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dassett, Frank Home; b. 10-15-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Daughdrill, Carl Dewitt “Spud”; b. 04-20-1924, d. 01-25-2014, h/o Jewel (Welford) Daughdrill, US Army Air Corps, WW-2 (Mobile, Al., Memorial Gardens Cemetery)

Daughdrill, DeVan; b. 06-06-1915, d. 07-01-1996, 81 years old, h/o Anna Lou (Duke) Daughdrill, US Army, WW-2 (Magnolia 3-212)

Daughdrill, James Harrell; b. 1841, d. ___, Prisoner of War, died in Rock Island Prison and buried in prison cemetery Civil War Veteran name and information from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 listing 24th Ms. Infantry (No other information given)

Daughdrill, Jim; b. 04-08-1925, d. 03-02-1986, US Army, WW-2 (Woodlawn Park Cemetery-Stone County)

Daughdrill, John W; b. 12-05-1845, d. 12-16-1914, h/o Mary P. (Bradley) Daughdrill, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., Captured at Blue Ridge Mountain Civil War Veteran, (Washington Cemetery-Neely)

David, Edward; b. 1844, d. ____, Pvt., Co. “B” 9th Ms. Calvary, enlisted 08-28-1862, released from duty to run a Grist Mill., Civil War Veteran, (Carter-George)

David, Joseph Knox; b. 07-15-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Davidson, Herman Cecil, b. 01-04-1932, d. 07-25-1994, US Army Korea, (Shady Grove.)

Davidson, Victor King; b. 07-13-1912, d. 07-21-2011, 99 years old, h/o Louva, h/o Nelda Davidson, US Army WW-2 (Lakewood Memorial Park, Jackson, Ms.)

Davis, Absalome, B, b. 07-22-1836, d. 05-17-1917, Co. "D" 9th Miss Cav. & Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Macedonia)

Davis, Alfred C; b. 02-10-1897, d. 04-22-1960, Pvt., WW-1 20th Field Hospital (Holder-Greene)

Davis, Alvin M, b. 03-26-1919, d. 03-22-1974, section F-7, Pvt. US Army, (Rocky Creek)

Davis, Artis Ray; b. 12-01-1919, d. 01-24-2010, 90 years old, US Army Air Corps, WW-2 (Pine Crest Cem. Mobile, Al.)

Davis, Bernie H, b. 08-07-1916, d. 05-01-1936, son of Rev. J.A. Davis (section B-8) Pvt. 1cl 3rd Field Arty. Battery “E”, Enlisted in 1934 and died while in service (peacetime) WW-1, (Rocky Creek)

Davis, Bowie; b. 07-26-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Davis, C.C. "Jack"; b. 12-23-1904, d. 11-01-1979, US Army, (Crossroads Methodist)

Davis, Charles P, b. 10-05-1892, d. 12-20-1972, h/o Ponnie (Byrd) Davis, Pvt. US Army, WW-1, (Macedonia)

Davis, Charlie L., b. 04-02-1896, d. 01-30-1978, h/o Edwina (Erkhart) Davis, Pvt., WW-1 US Army (Macedonia)

Davis, Charlie Otho; b. 03-24-1929, d. 03-25-2005, 66 years old, h/o Cecilia Y. Davis, (Valhalla Memorial Gardens-Seemes Al.)

Davis, Clarence, Chester; b. 01-26-1940, d. 06-09-2004, BT2 US Navy, Vietnam (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Davis, Claudia; b. 09-06-1891, d. 01-18-1987, Nurse service in field hospital in France WW-1 (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County) Information from 1938 WPA records

Davis, Clinton, b. 04-21-1895, d. 12-14-1984, Pfc. US Army WW-1, (Crossroads Methodist.)

Davis, Cornelius Louis (Jr.); b. 10-24-1917, d. 10-25-1985, h/o Marceline (Slade) Davis Pvt., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Davis, David Swanson (Sr.), b. 1830, d. 07-15-1908, h/o Mary Davis, enlisted 10-24-1861 in Jackson County, Mississippi, discharged at surrender, Sgt. Co. "A" Miss. Cav. 9th Regt. Served under Col. Abner C. Steede and Capt. Murdock McInnis, was wounded and home on furlough when his company surrendered. Civil War Veteran (Crossroads Methodist.) added note (Find a Grave website has date of death-07-15-1908, The Confederate Pension form lists his date of death 06-15-1908)

Davis, Ernest; b. 06-21-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Davis, Frank; b. 12-25-1925, d. 12-07-1991, 65 years old, Korean War Veteran, (Davis Family Cemetery)

Davis, Fred; b. 02-09-1935, d. ___, Pvt 150th Infantry 38th Division US Army (William Seymour cem. Jackson county) information by Ray Bellande

Davis, Fred Colon, b. 04-30-1926, d. 04-03-1982, section B-4, Cpl. US Army WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Davis, Fred Cuthbert; b. 11-25-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Davis, George; b. 09-18-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Davis, George; b. 1832, d. 1894, Pvt. Co. “G” 3rd Ms. Cav. Civil War Veteran, (Davis)

Davis, Gordon Meyer “Gordie”; b. 08-03-1915, d. 12-01-2000, US Army, WW-2 (Rest Haven Garden of Memory-Baton Rouge, La.,)

Davis, Gregg Truman, b. 04-23-1922, d. 08-26-1998, h/o Emma Lee (Dixon) Davis, Cpl. US Army, WW-2, (Macedonia)

Davis, Ham Hillery; b. 05-05-1906, d. 12-0101989, US Army Pvt., 1882nd Unit, *SC, Unassigned (Rocky Creek)

Davis, Hardy; b. 10-11-1888, d. 03-27-1981, WW-1 Veteran (Rocky Creek)

Davis, Herbert H, b. 09-23-1913, d. 11-28-1968 WW-2, S/Sgt. 1716 Engr. Map Dep. Det. US Army, (Moffett)

Davis, Herbert Hoover; b. 04-18-1919, d. 12-21-1982, US Army WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Davis, Herman; b. 01-22-1925, d. 06-10-1982, 57 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Davis)

Davis, Hubert; b. 1877, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Davis, James B; b. 03-09-1837, d. 11-26-1911, Pvt. Co. “A” 9th Ms. Cav. Civil War Veteran, (Dickerson)

Davis, James Earl, b. 05-11-1920, d. 05-07-1991 Cpl. US Air Corps WW-2, (Moffett)

Davis, James Elbert; b. 02-11-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Davis, James Jackson; b. 04-04-1837, d. 12-04-1911, h/o Eleanor Davis, Pvt. Co. “A” Miller’s Ms. Infantry enlisted 02-1862, discharged 05-1865, served under Murdock McInnis and Col Miller, Civil War Veteran (Magnolia 1-303-a)

Davis, James M, b. 07-21-1921, d. 07-19-1984, section C-1, Cpl. US Army, WW-2 Army Air Force, (Rocky Creek)

Davis, Jeff; b. 01-02-1847, d. 03-08-1922, Pvt., Co. “A” 2nd Al. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Union Cemetery-Richton, Ms.)

Davis, Jesse III; b. 03-03-1930, d. 03-17-2002, US Army WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Davis, Jimmie “The Peanut Man”; b. 11-29-1930, d. 07-04-2011, 80 years old, h/o Hazel Davis, US Army, (Oak Grove)

Davis, John Caphus; b. 04-21-1889, d. 11-07-1949, 60 years old, WW-1 Veteran, (Shady Grove)

Davis, John Douglas, b. 08-21-1923, d. 09-02-1976, section B-4, PFC US Army WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Davis, John Henry, b. 03-29-1892, d. 02-19-1962, PVT US Army WW-2, (Woodard.)

Davis, John Prentiss; b. 04-25-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Davis, Joseph B; b. 04-03-1887, d. 05-11-1946, Pvt. 86th Depot Sv. Co. ASC, WW-1 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Davis, Joseph Bertiss "Bert", b. 09-14-1892, d. 03-21-1971, Pvt. 137 Field Arty WW-1, (Shady Grove.)

Davis, Joseph Edmond; b. 05-12-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Davis, Johnnie W. “Billy”; b. 01-9-1045, d. 08-02-2013, 68 years old, h/o Linda Faye Davis, US Army National Guard, (Shady Grove)

Davis, Lewis; b. 01-07-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Davis, Littleton J. “Jake”; b. 03-06-1925, d. 12-26-1995, US Navy, WW-2, 1943-1946, (Howell Baptist)

Davis, Luther James; b. 06-11-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Davis, Luther Wilburn; b. 05-12-1924, d. 05-13-2007, US Navy, WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Davis, Malachi (Mallye Chi); b. 03-02-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Davis, Marvin Earl; b. 03-02-1922, d. 04-30-2010, 88 years old, US Air Force, Korean Conflict, (Rocky Creek)

Davis, Milton; b. 03-05-1875, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Davis, Moses Campbell; b. 01-30-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Davis, Neil Columbus; b. 05-31-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Davis, Noah Webster; b. 08-22-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Davis, Pat B; b. 10-05-1918, d. 02-11-1983, Sgt., US Army, WW-2 (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Davis, Pet; b. 01-24-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Davis, Ralph W; b. 07-08-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Davis, Robert Caswell; b. 03-16-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Davis, Robert Ford; b. 12-12-1919, d. 01-22-2005, 85 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Crossroads United Methodist)

Davis, Robert Hilary, b. 09-01-1927, d. 12-04-1992, section F-8, US Army, A1C US Air Force, Korea, (Rocky Creek)

Davis, Rupert Elsworth, b. 07-25-1906, d. 02-05-1994, section F-2, Pvt. US Army, WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Davis, Stance Arnold “Wimpy”, b. 04-11-1914, d. 01-20-1988, TMV2 US Navy WW-2 (Agricola)

Davis, Thomas Jefferson; b. 04-08-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Davis, Tom, b. 12-28-1901, d. 07-26-1955, F3 US Navy, (Shady Grove.)

Davis, Travis Burnett; b. 12-23-1921, d. 09-23-1987, Pfc. US Army WW-2 (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Davis, Hardy William; b. 10-11-1888, d. 03-27-1981, 92 years old, WW-1 Veteran, (Rocky Creek)

Davis, Walter; b. 11-28-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Davis, Watson; b. 08-24-1895, d. 01-31-1986, WW-1, Private first class discharged 03-22-1919 (Dickerson/Davis-George County) information from 1938 WPA records)

Davis, William; b. 10-31-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Davis, William Alfred; b. 09-16-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Davis, William Richard; b. 12-05-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Davis, William Russell "Reverend"; b. 12-09-1932, d. 09-26-2008, 75 years old, h/o Shirley Ann (Christian) Davis, US Army Veteran (Rocky Creek)

Davis, Woodrow Wilson; b. 03-24-1922, d. 10-22-1944, Pvt., US Air Force (William Seymour cem. Jackson county) information by Ray Bellande

Day, Carl Columbus, b.03-02-1896, d.01-25-1964, section D-7, PFC 167th Inf. Rainbow Division, (Rocky Creek)

Deakle, Billy Ray, b. 10-05-1927, d. 05-15-1971, BM3 US Navy, WW-2, Korea, Vietnam, (Magnolia 4-84-a)

Deakle, Linson Aaron (Jr.), b. 11-28-1921, d. 11-20-1988, S1 US Navy, WW-2, (Magnolia 4-60-b)

Deakle, Linson Aaron (Sr.); b. 01-27-1898, d. 02-19-1961, Pvt. 153rd Depot Brigade “Mississippi” (Magnolia 3-350)

Dean, Arthur Edwin; b. 04-12-1916, d. 10-13-1972, 56 years old, US Navy, WW-2, (Saint Mary’s Catholic Cemetery-Norfolk Virginia)

Dean, Arthur Ezra; b. 11-24-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dean, Frank P; b. 06-14-1840, d. 05-27-1925, Co. "I" 12th Ala. Infantry, wounded in the wrist by a “Minnie ball” at the Battle of Antietam. Was in prison at Point Lookout, Md., Wounded in Action (Prisoner of War) Civil War Veteran (Dean cemetery-Agricola)”See & Read the Frank Dean Story on my homepage”.

Dean, Lester Hardy; b. 05-26-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

DeAngelo, Ellwood Kinroth; b. 06-10-1920, d. 05-26-2004, Sgt. US Army WW-2 (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

DeAngelo, Orville; b. 10-28-1921, d. 10-09-1975, Pfc., US Army WW-2 (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Dean, Jessie Parnell; b. 04-18-1914, d. 05-11-1991, 77 years old, h/o Claudine dean, US Navy WW-2 (Agricola Baptist)

Dean, Lester Hardy, b. 05-26-1894, d. 01-11-1975, PVT US Army WW-1 (Agricola)

Dean, Lester Leroy, b. 10-10-1919, d. 08-07-2006, US Merchant Marines WW-2 (Agricola)

Dean, Lucien Roscoe; b. 10-04-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dear, Archie; b. 10-07-1921, d. 07-20-1999, PFC US Army WW-2 (Benson cem. Jones county) information by Cleveland Sowell

Dearman, Travis, b. 04-12-1943, d. 11-27-1998, Spec4 US Army (Ball)

Dearman, Albert D, b. 07-31-1921, d. 06-16-1989, Tech. 5, US Army, WW-2, (New Antioch. – Twin Creek Road)

Debose, Devro; b. 09-20-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Deease, Frank; b. 12-09-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Deering, James W (Sr.); b. 02-18-1933, d. 11-04-2004, 71 years old, h/o Nancy Deering, US Navy Korea & Vietnam, served 30 years of active duty, (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Dees, Archibald S; b. ___, d. ___, Pvt., Co. “B” & “D” 17th Battalion Ms. Calvary, enlisted 01-06-1844, d. 06-02-1886, Civil War Veteran, (Dees Family-Jackson)

Dees, Artis; b. 06-16-1916, d. 05-02-1998, h/o Lillie Dees, Sgt. US Army Air Corps (Palestine-Mobile County, Alabama)

Dees, Crawford; b. 02-20-1915, d. 03-11-2000, h/o Camellia Irene Dees, US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Dees, Owen L; b. 08-08-1927, d. 09-24-2009, 82 years old, h/o Freda N. (Gunter) Dees, US Army, WW-2 (Pinecrest Cemetery-Mobile Al.)

Deese, James Louis, b. 11-29-1919, d. 02-12-1970, Pfc. US Army WW-2, "Father", (Crossroads Methodist.)

Deese, Will S; b. 11-20-1918, d. 03-27-1950, CPL., WW-2, 501st Signal ACAT Wing Regiment (State Line “W”-Greene)

Deeter, Gerald Devon; b. 07-23-1929, d. 01-25-2002, 72 years old, Korean Conflict, (Corinth)

DeFlanders, Clifton, b. 03-14-1921, d. 12-12-1967, Tech. 5 Quartermaster Corps WW-2, (Bethlehem)

DeFlanders, Saul; b. 07-03-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

DeJean, Valsin L.M; b. 02-06-1911, d. 12-17-1972 MM3 US Navy WW-2, (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

DeLancey, Henry Clay; b. 09-20-1830, d. 12-30-1903, Pvt., Co. “F” 7th Battalion Ms. Infantry, Civil War Veteran (DeLancey Family-Jackson)

Delcomym, Albert E; b. 01-01-1902, d. 05-14-1966, Pvt. US Army WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Delcomyn, Julius Carl; b. 03-22-1897, d. 05-05-1957, h/o Margarite (Mon) Delcomyn, Texas S2 US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Delk, George; b. 1900, d. 1979, Pvt US Army WW-2 (Ellisville city cem. #2 New section-Jones county) information by Cleveland Sowell

DeLoach, Will; b. 09-08-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Delmas, James Harry; b. 1918, d. 1976, US Navy, (Spanish Fort/Krebs cemetery, Jackson county) information by Cynthia Snyder

Delmas, Valentine; Co. “L” 27th Mississippi, Prisoner of War at Lookout Mountain, Tennessee, interred at Rock Island Prison for 16 months (Jackson County District 3, filed for pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran

Dement, Bennie William, b. 08-14-1927, d. 01-08-1993, S/Sgt. US Air Force, (Magnolia 4-80-a)

Dement, Henry Clayborn (Jr.), b. 04-05-1917, d. 12-02-1984, US Army, WW-2, (Macedonia)

Dement, Ollie R; b. 11-15-1921, d. 10-24-1991, US Army TECH4, 55th General Hospital, ATO Medal, EAMETC Medal, Good Conduct Medal, WW-2 Victory Medal (Rocky Creek D-5)

Dement, Oscar Millard; b. 10-21-1923, d. 12-26-1998 US Army, WW-2 (CedarLawn Cemetery-Jackson County, Ms.)

Dement, Shelton; b. 05-22-1940, d. 02-09-2002, 61 years old, h/o Dorothy (Howell) Dement, US Navy, (Hilltop)

Demonbrun, Joseph Arnold, b. 04-22-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Denmark, Andrew Jackson “Jack”; b. 03-08-1840, d. 09-18-1917, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Churchwell Cemetery-Greene)

Denmark, Arthur L.; b. 03-18-1912, d. 04-13-1964, TSGT, US Air Force WW-2 (Mississippi), (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Denmark, Dallas Sharrod (Sr.); b. 08-20-1924, d. 05-01-1984 Military Veteran WW-2 (Clarks Chapel_Greene)

Denmark, Garner W; b. 07-31-1917, d. 01-26-1947, Staff SGT. 26th Inf. WW-2, Bronze Star (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Denmark, James A; b. 08-18-1890, d. 12-08-1973, Sgt. US Army WW-1 (Mississippi) (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Denmark, John A; b. 09-18-1822, d. 01-18-1891, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Mt. Pisgah)

Denmark, John Andrew Jackson; b. 02-26-1840, d. 04-20-1918, Pvt., Civil War Veteran, information from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 naming 24th Ms. Infantry Civil War Veteran (Churchwell cem-Greene)

Denmark, John (T or J); b. 02-12-1894, d. 05-20-1948, WW-1 Cpl 167th Infantry 42nd infantry division (Mt. Pisgah community)

Denmark, John W; b. 04-01-1845, d. 01-08-1916, Private Co. “G” 4th La. Inf., (died at Beavoir Soldiers Home and is buried there) Civil War Veteran

Denmark, Redden; b. 08-28-1825, d. 09-30-1904, Pvt., Co. “B” 36th Al. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Mt. Pisgah)

Denmark, Richmond; b. 08-08-1921, d. 08-13-1988, Cpl. US Army WW-2, (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Denmark, Tom; b. 1834, d. Killed in Action-Battle of Missionary Ridge, information from book titled A Leakesville Newspaper and other items” dated 1996 by Joan Strickland and Patricia N. Edwards, page 131 (list 0f deceased Civil War Veterans)

Denmark, William; b. ___, d. 11-08-1862 enlisted 12-05-1861 Pvt Co. “A” 22nd La Infantry Killed in Action Civil War Veteran (Cedar Hill Cemetery-Vicksburg, Ms.)

Dennis, Frank W; b. 05-10-1929, d. 05-26-1969, TSgt. US Air Force, Korea (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Densler, Jack L; b. 02-09-1909, d. 12-09-1991, “Maryland” Sgt., Co. “A” Thg. Regt. WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) Information by Robert Reeves

Denson, Harmon; b. 11-14-1911, d. 03-04-1951, Pvt., 9th Calvary, WW-2 (State Line “B”-Greene)

Denson, James D; b. 03-19-1924, d. 09-16-2002, Pfc WW-2 US Army (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Denson, Jefferson Lee; b. 03-25-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Denson, Leon Abbie; b. 06-19-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Denson, Willie Charles; b. 03-10-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Denton, Lewis Spaldon (Sr.); b. 04-02-1933, d. 11-12-2008, US Air Force, Korea, (Pine Crest-Mobile, Ala.)

DePriest, John William, b. 12-11-1846, d. 12-12-1926, (2-271), 1st Mississippi Cav. Reserve, Civil War Veteran, (Magnolia 2-271)

DeVaughan, Howard Stanley “Buck”, b. 01-19-1908, d. 07-06-1978, "Buck", US Coast Guard WW-2 (Agricola)

Devereaux, Ray Wilson; b. 08-04-1917, d. 01-10-1978, Colonel, US Air Force WW-2 (Shiloh cem. Jackson county) information by Ray Bellande

Devereaux, William; b. 1844, d. 1918, Pvt., Co. “E” 7th Battalion Georgia State Guards, Civil War Veteran, (Shiloh-Jackson)

Devro, Samuel; b. __, d. __, Co. “E” 3rd Mississippi Infantry Civil War Veteran, (Shiloh Cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellane

Diamond, William Henry; b. 10-11-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

DiBennedetto, Anthony Sam "Tony", b. 10-31-1929, d. 12-03-2001, h/o Evelyn (Dickerson) DiBennedetto, Cpl. US Army Korea, Purple Heart (Northside Baptist)

Dicey, Robert Lee, b. 04-16-1901, d. 05-15-1960, Pvt. Btry. "D’, 140th Fld. Arty. WW-1 (Mississippi), (Magnolia 3-284)

Dick, Robert E, b. 09-24-1927, d. 07-09-1992, S2 US Navy WW-2, served aboard the USS Alabama BB-61, (Magnolia 5-31-c)

Dicken, Gregory S; b. _______, d. _______, #1608186, Sargeant Q.M.C. discharged 02-17-1919, WW-1 (information from 1938 WPA records)

Dickens, Hampton; b. 08-06-1842, d. 04-08-1928 Pvt., Co. “I” 21st Al. Regiment, (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond Civil War Veteran

Dickens, Smith; b. _______, d. _______, Co. “D” First Mississippi Volunteers (Spanish American War) information from 1938 WPA Records

Dickerson, Albert Gaines; b. 03-18-1892, d. 12-30-1976, Private Co. #10 recruit Depot discharged 01-15-1919 (Eubanks/Dickerson-George County) Information from 1938 WPA record)

Dickerson, Alfred Mack; b. 10-11-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dickerson, Austin Ford; b. 01-23-1924, d. 06-12-2004, 80 years old, h/o Majorie Dickerson, US Merchant Marines, 44 years of service, (Rocky Creek)

Dickerson, Charles Grady, b. 07-09-1920, d. 07-12-1975, PFC US Marine Corps WW-2, (Holmes Baptist)

Dickerson, Charlie; b. 05-31-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dickerson, Clarence; b. 08-23-1936, d. 08-05-2000, h/o Wilma Wuadean (Whitaker) Dickerson US Navy, (Davis Cemetery-on Howell Road, behind Mexican Restaurant) Created by: Diona Dickerson Record added: Mar 29, 2011 Find A Grave Memorial # 67640754

Dickerson, David Mack; b. 02-18-1947, d. 09-29-2007, 60 years old, h/o Jennifer Dickerson, US Army Reserves, 29 years service, Vietnam & Persian Gulf also Veteran of Desert Storm, (Dickerson-Davis Cemetery)

Dickerson, Earnest; b. 09-18-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dickerson, George; b. 06-09-1910, d. 03-27-1984, 73 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Davis Cemetery) Created by: Diona Dickerson Record added: Oct 19, 2011 Find A Grave Memorial # 78737315

Dickerson, James Curtis "Curt", b. 04-03-1896, d. 06-07-1991, Pvt. US Army WW-1, (Holmes Baptist)

Dickerson, James M "Billy", b. 04-04-1930, d. 01-20-2006, Cpl. US Army WWII Korea, (Billy Dickerson Family Cemetery.)

Dickerson, James Walton (Sr.), b. 10-31-1914, d. 12-02-1986, TECH. 5 US Army WW-2 (Woodard.)

Dickerson, Joel F; b. 09-14-1818, d. 03-07-1898, Pvt., Co. "H" Green & Perry Squad, State Troops (aka) 3rd Bn., Ms. Inf. Minute Men "Miss. Rifles", C.S.A., Civil War Veteran (Dickerson/DICKINSON Family Cemetery-Greene County)

Dickerson, Joseph, b. 04-28-1892, d. 12-23-1957, # 3870528, Pvt. Co. "C" 105 Inf. 27 Div. WW-1, served overseas 10-06-1918 to 03-06-1919, (Holmes Baptist)

Dickerson, Joseph Columbus, b. 06-18-1893, d. 02-03-1955, Pvt. 11th Co. Receiving Depot, WW-1 (Mississippi), (Magnolia 3-59)

Dickerson, Luther; b. 09-20-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dickerson, Luther; b. 08-05-1935, d. 01-05-1986, Pfc. US Army, Korea (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Dickerson, Matthew; b. 02-14-1913, d. 01-23-1994, Pfc. US Army WW-2, (Davis Cemetery-on Howell Road, behind Mexican Restaurant) information provided by Diona (Parker) Dickerson

Dickerson, Norman Eugene, b. 11-05-1927, d. 08-29-2004, Cpl. US Army Korea, (Magnolia 4-47-d)

Dickerson, Oscar T. “Dick”; b. 04-05-1921, d. 08-01-1991, h/o Mildred (Joyner) Dickerson, Pfc., US Army Air Force, WW-2, (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Dickerson, Richard Timothy (Sr.); b. 08-08-1947, d. 09-19-2007, 60 years old, Vietnam Veteran (Holmes)

Dickerson, Shelton Horace, b. 05-14-1897, d. 10-16-1982, h/o Doris (McInnis) Dickerson, Pvt. US Army WW-1, (Woodard.)

Dickerson, Silas; b. 11-25-1916, d. 12-06-1986, Sgt. US Army WW-2, "Star of David on Stone", (Davis Cemetery on Howell Road behind Mexican Restaurant) information provided by Diona (Parker) Dickerson

Dickerson, Thomas; b. 08-25-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dickerson, Thomas Edwin III; b. _______, d. 05-27-1967, LTJG; US Navy, Was born Thomas Edwin Pettis, adopted and name changed to Dickerson, Viet Nam, Killed in Action, Flying rescue mission from aircraft carrier, left the ship and was lost on the radar 3 minutes later, presumed dead. Purple Heart, (Library papers show a burial in Mobile VA cemetery, Mobile, Al.) This must be a memorial stone in remembrance of him.

Dickerson, Thomas Harold (Sr.); b. 06-11-1934, d. 01-24-2007, US Navy, Korea, USS Philippine Sea, (Rocky Creek)

Dickerson, William “Billy” Donald; b. 05-11-1916, d. 03-26-2008, 91 years old, h/o Rosalind Barbara Dickerson, US Army, WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Dickerson, William Joseph; b. 04-28-1892, d. 12-23-1957, 65 years old, US Army, WW-1, (Holmes)

Dickerson, Will Roy, b. 01-02-1926, d. 02-14-1984, Pvt. US Army WW-2, (Holmes Baptist)

Dickey, Virles; b. (______) no date available-born in Benndale, Ms.), d. 09-22-1987, US Army WW-2 Private, Special Training Unit SCU-3403, (Sweetwater)

Dickey, Wren; b. 07-04-1888, d. 04-04-1959, Pvt., Co. 'A', 335th Svc., Bn., (Sweetwater.)

Dickin, Gregory Spence; b. 11-25-1894, d. 12-29-1951, 57 years old, WW-1 Veteran (Magnolia 2-75)

Dickin, John; b. 10-03-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dickin, Menley May; b. 05-19-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dickinson, Joel; b. 09-14-1818, d. 03-07-1898, Pvt., Co. “H” 3rd Batt., Inf. State Troops, Civil War Veteran, ( Dickerson – Vernal)

Dickson, Hampton; b. _______, d. _______, Enlisted in 1861, 21st Al. Co. “I”, served under Col. Anderson - Captains Taylor & Crenshaw. He received a Confederate pension in George County. Civil War Veteran (Cemetery was not named)

Ditsworth, Adam Edward; b. 10-20-1872, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ditsworth, Clarence Grant, b. 09-13-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ditsworth Earl Judd; b. 12-13-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ditsworth, Willie Roy; b. 11-10-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dixon, Alfred Pete; b. 1923, d. 09-05-2003, 80 years old, h/o Thellis Dixon, US Army, WW-2, (Refuge)

Dixon, Christopher Columbus; b. 08-03-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dixon, Clarence V, b. 03-02-1905, d. 12-12-1950, PFC 58th General Hospital WW-2, (Union)

Dixon, David Caiphus; b. 11-30-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dixon, Elbert, b. 12-22-1907, d. 09-21-1958, S1, US Navy, WW-2, enlisted 11-13-1943, discharged 12-11-1945 Asiatic-Pacific Area, American Theater (Pipkins Cemetery. – Avent)

Dixon, Guy; b. 1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dixon, Hughey (Huey); b. 01-01-1870, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County) age 38 in 1918

Dixon, Lester Joseph (Sr.); b. 03-03-1949, d. 01-01-1998, US Army, (Shady Grove)

Dixon, Loren Dormon, b. 01-17-1898, d. 02-19-1959, Pvt., 1st. Provisional Regt., WW-2, (Pipkins Cemetery. – Avent)

Dixon, Marie D; b. 10-10-1924, d. 11-11-1981, Pvt US Army WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Dixon, Riley Clayborn; b. 05-22-1875, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dixon, Robert Leo; b. 11-25-1921, d. 07-31-1989, Cpl., US Army WW-2, (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Dixon, Sidney; b. 03-05-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dixon, William Jessey; b. 05-29-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dixon, William Walter; b. 09-13-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dodnhoe, Henry Earl; b. 11-17-1928, d. 12-05-2002, MEFN, US Navy (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Domec, Wallace Lee “Red”, b. 04-03-1931, d. 03-31-2005, Captain, (Bexley Baptist.)

Donaldson, James A, b. 06-28-1901, d. 09-26-1951, Sgt. – 3rd Army Air Force Composite Sq., WW-2, (Magnolia 3-16)

Donaldson, James Grover; b. 01-15-1925, d. 02-01-2001, 75 years old, h/o Mary Lou Donaldson, US Coast Guard, WW-2 (Barton)

Donaldson, James Wilbur; b. 08-18-1889, d. 05-29-1976, 86 years old, h/o Nora (Lucas) Donaldson, 169th Infantry Rainbow Division US Army, Wounded in Action- Purple Heart WW-1 Veteran, (Barton)

Dorsett, Bailey; b. 08-01-1877, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dorsett, Excell; b. 09-02-1917, d. 04-26-2007, US Army Air Force, SGT., 813th AAF Base Unit, American Theatre Ribbon, Good Conduct Medal, WW-2 Victory Medal, served as a Cook his mos was 060 (Scranton Cemetery-Pascagoula, Ms.,)

Dorsett, Isaiah; b. 05-10-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dorsett, James Augustus; b. 03-20-1877, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dorsett, Jesse Clifton; b. 02-01-1875, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dorsett, John; b. 09-01-1874, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dorsett, Stokes; b. 05-17-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dossett, Amos; b. 02-__-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Douglas, William Edward “Bill”; b. 05-28-1895, d. 07-27-1973, WW-1 US Military Veteran-information not available) (McLeod-Magnolia)

Dove, Arthur David (Sr.); b. 08-25-1925, d. 03-19-2006, h/o Edith Dove, joined the US Navy 02-07-1944, discharged 05-26-1946, served at one time aboard Patrol Craft 466, received Pacific Theater Ribbon, Victory Medal and Phillipine Liberation Ribbon, participated in the Palau and Okinawa invasions, WW-2, (Magnolia 5-32-c)

Downing, Lee, b. 08-20-1878, d. 11-10-1960, Pvt. Co. "E", 2nd Regt. Ala. Inf., Spanish American War Veteran, (Finch Cemetery – hwy. 612/hw. 613 intersection)

Dressen, Michael J; b. 1885, d. 1978, Pvt., US Army, WW-1 (Palestine-Tanner Williams)

Driskell, George Poe (Jr.), b. 08-27-1925, d. 11-22-1986, PFC US Army WW-2, (Union)

Drohon, Carey M; b. 07-20-1952, d. 07-30-1973, CYN SN US Navy, Vietnam (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

DuBose, Johnnie; b. 08-22-1922, d. 01-__-1987, Pfc US Army WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information byPat Creel Kendrick

Dubose, Morris Edward; b. 04-26-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

DuBose, Samuel; b. 1895, d. 1977, Pvt., US Army, WW-1 (Simpson-Greene)

DuBose, Walter Judge, b. 12-29-1895, d. 07-18-1958, Pvt. Co. "F" 8th Bn. Repl. Tng. Cen, WW-1, (Magnolia 2-116)

DuBose, William James; b. 1827, d. 1907, Pvt Co. “G” 23rd Regiment Al Infantry Civil War Veteran (Bynum cem. Jones County) information by Joy McLure Coker

Ducker, Wilson C; b. 12-30-1917, d. 10-17-1974, F1 US Navy WW-2 (Pine Grove Methodist Cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Duckworth, Joseph D; b. 10-10-1933, d. 11-24-2000, Col. US Army (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Dudley, Drury; b. 1923, d. 06-27-1994, 71 years old, h/o Willie Frazine Dudley, US Navy WW-2 (Roberts Chapel Cemetery-Mobile) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Jul 20, 2012 Find A Grave Memorial # 93956262

Dudley, James Tim, b. 08-13-1916, d. 07-09-1996, Major US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 5-6-d)

Dueitt, Abner Cecil; b. 09-22-1890, d. 10-04-1957, Pfc. 45th Depot Svc. Co. A5C WW-1 (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Dueitt, Arvil (Sr.) “Snowball”; b. 07-08-1924, d. 02-12-2002, US Army WW-2 (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Dueitt, Carvil; b. 07-08-1924, d. 10-02-1988, Pvt. US Army Ww-2 (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Dueitt, Cecil Abner; b. 03-01-1927, d. 06-13-1981, Pvt. US Army WW-2 (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Dueitt, Edward Thurman; b. 02-27-1927, d. 12-22-1988, Tech4 US Army WW-2 (Mt. Pisgah Pentecostal)

Dueitt, Francis Marion; b. 1847, d. 1865 Killed in Action, Civil War Veteran, name taken from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 listing 24th Ms. Infantry (no more information given)

Dueitt, Frank; b. 12-12-1927, d. 01-02-2014, h/o Betty Dieitt, US Army, Korea (Mt. Pisgah Community Cemetery-Greene)

Dueitt, James H; b. 01-06-1906, d. 07-11-1974, PFC, US Army (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Dueitt, Mace (Jr.); b. 02-12-1938, d. 04-15-1976, SP4 US Army (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Dueitt, Owen Natan; b. 03-20-1927, d. 01-05-2006, Pvt., US Army, WW-2 (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Dueitt, Raymon; b. 08-24-1921, d. 01-30-2006, Tech5 US Army WW-2 (Mt. Pisgah Pentecostal)

Dueitt, Thomas James; b. 11-13-1824, d. 07-15-1906, Pvt., Co. “E” 36th Al. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Mt. Pisgah)

Duersel, John Frederick, b. 08-18-1937, d. 08-24-2002, FR US Navy, (Barton Baptist.)

Duersel, Kurte O, b. 05-22-1933, d. 01-16-1987, US Navy, Korea, (Barton Baptist.)

Duke, Jessie Troy; b. 02-27-1943, d. 11-15-1982, (1-309), Sgt. US Air Force, (Magnolia 1-309) (brother to Joseph Lewis Duke)

Duke, Joseph Lewis (Sr.); b. 02-22-1878, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Duke, Joseph Lewis (Jr.), b. 02-28-1922, d. 07-25-1943, Staff Sgt. US Army WW-2, Missing in Action, Killed In Action in the Pacific, The Red Cross placed a Memorial Headstone in the Duke family plot, death date is actually the date he went missing Purple Heart, (Magnolia 1-310) brother of Jessie Troy Duke

Dukes, Tolbert; b. 1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dunaway, Fleet Lamar; b. 08-22-1911, d. 06-01-1996, h/o Elaine (McLeod) Dunaway, Sgt., US Army WW-2, (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Duncan, Jesse T; b. _______, d. 02-03-1943, Killed in Action 2nd Lt., WW-2 US Army Air Force, 96th Fighter Squadron, 82nd Fighter Group, Purple Heart, his name is listed on the Tablets of the Missing at North Africa American Cemetery, Carthage, Tunisia

Dungan, Auburn Bill, b. 11-13-1924, d. 11-11-1977, S1 US Navy WW-2, (Union)

Dungan, George Leroy; b. 07-27-1931, d. 09-28-2008, US Army, 724th Railway Bn., Korea, 1952-1960, (Pine Grove-Vernal)

Dungan, James Edwin; b. 01-15-1939 d. 10-10-1999, 60 years old, h/o Dotty Dungan, US Air Force, (Union)

Dungan, Von Ray; b. 05-06-1922, d. 05-01-2008, h/o Mary, US Army, Wildcat Division, WW-2, (Barton)

Dunham, Herman W, b. 01-13-1919, d. 04-26-1995, Pvt. US Army WW-2, (Shady Grove.)

Dunham, Joseph Richard; b. 10-28-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dunlap, Almouth Dowden, b. 04-08-1910, d. 10-28-1993, PFC US Army WW-2 (Purple Heart), (Corinth)

Dunn, Benjamin Franklin; b. 11-28-1922, d. 04-20-1994, 71 years old, h/o Agnes (R.D.) Dunn, US Army WW-2 (Midway Baptist Cemetery-Thomasville, Al.)

Dunn, Michael Winston; b. 10-25-1962, d. 10-08-2007, h/o Lois A. Dunn, BMC, US Navy Persian Gulf, (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Dunn, Thomas; b. 09-26-1838, d. 06-09-1909, Civil War Veteran, (Machpelah-Jackson)

Dunnam, Abslom Gaines; b. 08-01-1895, d. 04-??-1956, WW-1 Co. “C” 3rd Corps Sch. BN. (Old Buffalo-Greene)

Dunnam, Barnabas, b. 09-16-1916, d. 01-19-1997, section C-10, US Army, (Rocky Creek)

Dunnam, Cecil; b. 02-02-1923, d. 07-22-2002, 79 years old, h/o Florence Dunnam, US Air Force, WW-2, (Magnolia 6-60-b-2)

Dunnam, Cully Alton; b. 08-12-1920, d. 11-26-1967, 1st Lt., Infantry, WW-2, Purple Heart (Mutual Rights-Greene)

Dunnam, Reverand Ebenezer McCants (Jr.); b. 09-20-1829, d. 06-12-1920, Pvt., Co. “A” 9th (17th Bttn) Ms. Cav. & Co. “D” Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, He was the first preacher at Smith’s Meeting House about 1853, now known as Mutual Rights, (Mutual Rights)

Dunnam, Nathaniel Alexander; b. 07-09-1832, d. 05-07-1908, Pvt. Co. “A” Steede’s Bttn. 9th Ms. Calvary 17th Bttn., Civil War Veteran, (Mutual Rights)

Dunnam, Rayford; b. 11-22-1947, d. 09-26-2009, 61 years old, h/o Linda (Cook) Dunnam, US Air Force 1967-1969 & National Guard 1969-1973 Det 1 1065th Trans Co. (MTC) SR HV TRK Driver, Spec 5 total 6 years service, (Union)

Dunnam, Robert; b. 04-17-1820, d. 07-08-1879, Pvt., Co. “C” Steede’s Ms. Cav., Civil War Veteran, (Walley-near Richton)

Dunnam, Roy Ervin; b. 11-22-1931, d. 02-09-2011, 79 years old, h/o Yvonne Dunnam, A2C, US Air Force, Korea, (Rocky Creek)

Dunnam, Royce O; b. 10-23-1924, d. 03-25-1945, Pfc., WW-2, Engineers, Killed in Action, Purple Heart (Mutual Rights-Greene)

Dunnam, Victor H; b. _____, d., 06-14-1944, Pfc., US Army, Purple Heart, Killed in Action, buried in Normandy American Memorial Cemetery, Colleville-sur-Mer., Basse-Normandie-France

Dunnam, William Scribner; b. 12-31-1822, d. 04-18-1900, Pvt Steede’s Bttn. Co. “C” 9th Ms. Cav., Civil War Veteran, (Grafton)

Dunton, Charles Henry (Sr.); b. 04-26-1927, d. 10-01-2009, 82 years old, h/o Evelyn Dunton, US Army, (Brookside Cemetery, Newburgh, Maine)

Durant, Roy I; b. 08-30-1920, d. 02-17-1995, h/o Audine (Kilpatrick) Durant, Pfc., US Army Purple Heart (Machpaleh Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Duty, William B. “Bill” (Sr.); b. 06-06-1907, d. 06-14-1994, 87 years old, h/o Ouida (Morgan) Duty, 78 Lightening Division, & 11th Infantry Communications chief, US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 2-40)

Dye, Carl Dan; b. 07-14-1903, d. 08-10-1988, 85 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Rocky Creek)

Dye, Henry R; b. 08-13-1910, d. 08-31-1991, Pvt. US Army, WW-2, (Lee Cemetery, Fulton Road-Agricola) information provided by Eric Lee

Dye, John D; b. about 1914, d. 08-03-1960, US Army Tech4, 42nd Calvary, Marksman M1903 Rifle Scored 115 Course “C”, on 13 Feb., 1943, (Rocky Creek)

Dye, Joseph Leander; b. 12-12-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dye, Noah; b. 1878, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Dye, Noah Levi; b. 10-04-1916, d. 02-01-1998, US Army, Fought in Battles and campaigns in Algeria, French Morocco, Tunisia, Sicily, Naples, Foggia, the Rhineland and central Europe. He was Wounded in Action 08-03-1943, was awarded the Good Conduct Medal, Purple Heart, Distinguished Service Medal, Unit Badge and Rifleman Badge. (Buried in A-O-457), (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Dye, Thomas; b. 07-16-1931, d. 09-28-2009, 78 years old, son of Noah & Emeline (Smith) Dye, US Army, Korea (Dye-Hyatt Cemetery)

Dyer, Thomas Arvin; b. 11-19-1927, d. 01-07-2011, 83 years old, US Merchant Marines & US Army, WW-2, (Sumter Memorial Cemetery, York, Alabama)

Dykes, Rodolph; b. 01-29-1842, d. 06-05-1909, Civil War Veteran (Palestine-Tanner Williams)

Eagleson, Tracy Allen; b. 07-07-1944, d. 05-28-2008, 63 years old, US Navy, (Moffett)

Easley, Elbert; b. 03-24-1893, d. 02-26-1985, US Navy, FM 3 class, received Victory medal and Button. WW-1 Veteran, (Magnolia 4-62C)

Easley, Ellis; b. 09-19-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Easley, James D. “J.D.”; b. 07-17-1921, d. 12-24-2001, 80 years old, WW-2, US Army, (Magnolia)

Easley, Joe Thomas; b. 06-22-1881, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Easley, John Martin; b. 07-11-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Easter, Barron Clayton; b. 11-04-1929, d. 08-05-1979, US Army Korea (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Easterling, Alonzo Larry “Uncle Pete”; b. 1946, d. 05-05-2013, 67 years old, h/o Diane (Tadlock) Easterling, US Army (Magnolia) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Jun 15, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 112366266

Easterling, Hansford Duncan; b. 07-23-1839, d. 04-21-1919, Co. “K” 8th Ms. Infantry enlisted in Earlsville, Ms., Civil War Veteran, information by Lisa McKinney (Catholic Cemetery-Mobile)

Easterling, Samuel David; b. 03-10-1911, d. 05-25-1960, Seaman 1st Class, US Navy Reserve, WW-2 (Mt. Zion-Greene)

Easterling, Van Buren (Sr.); b. 08-16-1892, d. 12-14-1955, #4776262, Private, Salvage Company Q.M.C., discharged 03-10-1919,WW-1 Veteran (Magnolia 3-94)

Easterling, Van Buren II; b. 02-14-1926, d. 09-15-2009, US Army (Magnolia)

Easterling, John Wilson (Jr.); b. 02-15-1942, d. 08-13-2007, SP4, US Army, Vietnam (Magnolia 4-82-b)

Eaton, Homer; b. 01-01-1889, d. 01-11-1965, WW-1 US Veteran-information not available (McLeod-Magnolia)

Eaves, Charles E; b. 01-31-1929, d. 05-29-1993, HMCS, US Navy (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Eaves, William Murphy; b. 08-25-1922, d. 09-08-1983, US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Eckert, Edgar Karl; b. 07-07-1921, d. 03-18-1980, US Coast Guard WW-2, (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Eckert, Frederick Paul; b. 06-28-1923, d. 06-03-2005, h/o Sarah (Rogers) Eckert, US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Eckford, Joe Palmer; b. 05-04-1921, d. 09-14-2009, 88 years old, brother to Doris (Ivory) Alexander), US Army, WW-2 Veteran (Lawn Haven Memorial Gardens cemetery, Mobile, Al.)

Eckhoff, Carlton Lamar; b. 12-14-1928, d. 05-10-2001, Cpl., US Army, Korea, (Magnolia 4-55-c)

Eckhoff, Henry Avera; b. 02-20-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eckhoff, John Adams; b. 10-24-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eckhoff, Lee Asa; b. 12-01-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eckhoff, Louis Ira, b.12-21-1921, d. 01-14-1976, M/SGT US Army WW-2, Korea, Vietnam, (Union)

Eckhoff, Monroe Autery; b. 05-08-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eckhoff, Sedley Daniel “Sabo”; b. 03-19-1918, d. 11-12-2000, 82 years old, h/o Mabel Eckhoff, US Army, 18 years of service, (Union)

Ecroyd, Kimili Kae (Sullivan); b. 03-21-1963, d. 07-20-2010, 47 years old, w/o Glen W. Ecroyd, A1Class, US Air Force (Pipkins off of Fig Farm Road)

Ecroyd, William; b. 03-16-1889, d. 03-20-1979, Private, discharged 12-22-1918 (Crossroads Methodist) information from 1938 WPA records) FAG # 31271686

Ede, Llewellyn Y; b. 12-04-1895, d. 12-08-1961, WW-1, Sgt., Motor Transportation (Henderson Family Cemetery)

Edgar, Henry Ford, b. 03-10-1925, d. 04-20-1975, Tech. 5 US Army WW-2 (Ball)

Edge, Wilmer Arthur, b. 05-14-1908, d. 05-21-1989, US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 2-04)

Edmond, Frank C; b. 01-08-1926, d. 12-27-1988 S1C US Navy WW-2 (Rounsaville Family)

Edwards, Carl M; b. 12-30-1927, d. 03-14-1967, Chief Warrant officer, US Navy, WW-2, Korea, Vietnam, 510th Engineer Co. (State Line)

Edwards, Gavin; b. 01-13-1922, d. 06-03-2005, US Army, WW-2, 83 Years old, (New Hope)

Edwards, Jessie Monroe; b. 03-30-1870, d. 12-24-1934 US Navy, 87 years old, (Howell)

Edwards, Johnny Monroe; b. 09-29-1944, d. 12-01-1980, funeral held 12-04-1980, 36 years old, Alabama National Guard, (Howell)

Edwards, Perry; b. 07-09-1839, d. 01-10-1925, Sgt., Co. “F” 11th Al. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Magnolia-Leakesville)

Ehlers, Charles; b. 03-02-1832, d. 03-25-1233Co. “K” & Co. “L” 27th Ms., Wounded in Action and deemed unfit for action (Jackson County District 3, filed for pension in 1907 Civil War Veteran (Zion Methodist Cemetery-Jackson)

Ehlers, Frederick; Co. “L” 27th Ms., Prisoner of War (Jackson County District 3, filed for pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran

Eichelberger, Oscar Howell; b. 10-19-1906, d. 07-07-1982, (He was a professional boxer in the 136 pound weight class) served in the US Army National Guard (Shady Grove) (Middle initial listed as “N” on find a grave Memorial # 34379427

Elder, William Graham; b. 02-22-1817, d. 07-13-1886, Pvt., Co. “L” 27th Ms. Infantry, enlisted 10-20-1861, discharged 04-26-1865, Civil War Veteran (Zion Methodist-Jackson)

Elkins, Elder Leon, b. 01-03-1924, d. 03-24-1985, Pfc., US Army, WW-2, (New Hope.)

Elkins, Wayne Allen, b. 12-16-1940, d. 10-12-1991, BT3 US Navy, (Union)

Elliott, George; b. 03-21-1840, d. 07-26-1916, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Odom Cemetery- State Line, Ms.)

Ellis, Mose; b. 07-13-1890, d. 02-21-1971, US Army (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Ellison, R.L; b. _______, d. _______, Enlisted in 1864, 2nd Al. Co. “E” served under Capt’s. Gage & Hill, he received a Confederate pension in George County. Civil War Veteran (Cemetery was not named)

Ellzey, John Samuel; b. 02-03-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ellzey, William Buford; b. 04-27-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ely, John; b. 06-28-1894, d. 10-21-1971, 77 years old, US Army, WW-1 (Rosedale Cemetery-Jackson County, Ms.)

Ely, Kermit Steede; b. 04-12-1906, d. 08-21-1976, funeral held 08-22-1976, 70 years old, WW-2 Veteran (Rosedale Cemetery-Jackson County)

Ely, Roy (Sr.); b. 10-22-1892, d. 10-31-1979, 87 years old, US Navy, WW-1 (Rosedale Cemetery-Hurley, Ms.)

Embry, Robert Oris; b. 10-15-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Emerson, Archie Rollie; b. 01-06-1909, d. 01-17-1991, 82 years old, US Air Force, WW-2 (Movella Baptist)

Emerson, Edgar E; b. 02-11-1915, d. 07-22-2004, US Army, WW-2 (Movella Baptist Cemetery)

Emerson, Rolley; b. 03-02-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Emerson, Russell Ivey; b. 03-08-1902, d. 01-01-1988, h/o #1 Kathleen (Tanner) Emerson & #2 Isabelle (Parker) Emerson, (he was recognized as a vetern at Memorial Day Service at Carter cemetery 05-26-2014 (no military info available) (Movella Cemetery)

Emons, Robert; b. 07-09-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Emmons, Perry Ruben; b. 05-01-1927, d. 09-25-1995, CPO US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Engel, William L. “Bill”; b. 08-11-1952, d. 01-31-2008, 55 years old, h/o Kathy Engel, US Army, (Biloxi National Cemetery)

England, Gary Lee; b. 03-01-1939, d. 09-15-2006, US Navy, GMCS, Vietnam, H/o Lydia C. England, (Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Cem.)

England, Shirley M; b. 09-01-1908, d. 02-18-1948, RM1class US Coast Guard, (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

English, John T; b. 11-17-1910, d. 07-24-1972, Pvt. US Army Air Force WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

English, Joseph, b.___, d.___, Co. “E” 15th Ms. Inf. Civil War Veteran (Fairmont cem-Hollis, Ok)

Erickson, Kenneth Wilson; b. 1917, d. 1999, US Army WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Erkhart, Al, b. 02-02-1910, d. 09-10-1964, Pvt. Co. "E" 64th Inf. Tng. Regt (Ball)

Erkhart, Atlas Jet; b. 04-17-1927, d. 04-18-2002, WW-2, 1944-1946, (Ball)

Erkhart, John Wesley; b. 02-08-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Erkhart, Mitchel (McQuertil-?); b. 07-25-1875, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Erkhart, Monroe; b. 1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Erkhart, Willie Franklin (Sr.), b. 08-21-1926, d. 07-31-1977, Pvt. US Army WW-2, "Daddy", Crossroads Methodist.)

Erkhart, Willie Webster; b. 10-28-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Erkhart, Willis Corbit; b. 10-14-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Espey, Weldon Norris, b. 04-15-1919, d. 09-11-1973, Pfc. US Marine Corps. WW-2, (Magnolia 4-67-c)

Estep, Donald Lee; b. 11-03-1947, d. 03-02-1988, 40 years old, Vietnam Veteran, (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Estes, Dan W; b. 05-01-1874, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Estes, Edwin; b. 05-__-1881, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Estis, Lamar D. (Sr.); b. 1946, d. 09-23-2013, h/o Janet Estis, 67 years old, US Army Green Beret, (Biloxi National Cemetery) Created by: I CARE Record added: Sep 25, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 117604068

Estridge, Hugh Franklin; b. 08-15-1895, d. 11-24-1975, 80 years old, US Navy, WW-1 (Mt. Pisgah-Greene County)

Estridge, Oscar M; b. 03-18-1890, d. 10-17-1966, Pvt., Btry. “F” 140th Fld. Arty. (Mt Pisgah Community)

Etheridge, Benjamin; b. 03-27-1827, d. 04-25-1903, Civil War Veteran, name from Green County Herald dated 06-12-1925 listing 24th Ms. Infantry (no more information given)

Eubanks, Alfred Franklin; b. 01-13-1877, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eubanks, Allen Gould; b. 04-08-1881, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eubanks, Arthur Franklin (A.F.); b. 12-08-1934, d. 01-07-1985, Sgt. 631st Arty. MS/NG US Army, (Rocky Creek)

Eubanks, Alfred Wayne; b. 03-29-1949, d. 08-09-2011, 62 years old, h/o Sheryl (deceased) & Gretcha Eubanks, US Army and National Guard, Vietnam & Desert Storm, (Eubanks Cemetery-Greene Cty.)

Eubanks, Alton A; b. 11-07-1906, d. 06-19-1972, 65 years old, US Army, WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Eubanks, Alvin L, b. 08-15-1906, d. 09-15-1975, section E-4, Cpl. US Army WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Eubanks, Amos Prentiss; b. 09-05-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eubanks, Carl Marcus; b. 12-30-1927, d. 03-14-1967, 39 years old, M/Sgt. US Army, Vietnam (Cemetery not named) SOUTH VIETNAM Non-Hostile, died of an infectious disease., He is listed on the Vietnam Memorial wall, Panel 16E, line 077

Eubanks, Charles Harold; b. 11-30-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eubanks, Charles Lyman, b. 10-08-1886, d. 04-12-1964, WW-1 section D-7, PFC Base Hospital 216, (Rocky Creek)

Eubanks, Charles Pinkney (Jr.), b. 07-29-1835, d. 02-26-1907, section C-5, Pvt. Co. "C" 2nd Batt. Ala. Lt. Arty. Civil War Veteran, (Rocky Creek)

Eubanks, Charley Allen; b. 10-25-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eubanks, Charlie Gavin; b. agout 1921, d. 06-03-2005, US Army, Private, 4th Service Command, 219th Sig. Dep. Co., McLain, Ms. (New Hope Cemetery)

Eubanks, Charlie Thomas “Tommy”, b. 05-25-1920, d. 05-18-1996, Pfc. US Army WW-2, (Crossroads Methodist.)

Eubanks, Clay Littleton; b. 08-13-1928, d. 04-03-2007, 78 years old, h/o Louise T. Eubanks, US Merchant Marine Veteran, (Magnolia)

Eubanks, Daniel Charles; b. 10-01-1928, d. 05-28-1950, funeral held 05-31-1950, US Navy Veteran, (Rocky Creek)

Eubanks, Daniel Littleton; b. 05-28-1875, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eubanks, David Berry; b. 05-01-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eubanks, David W, b. 01-09-1911, d. 11-09-1964, Tech. 4, 863rd Ord. Ham. Co. WW-2 (Mississippi), (Magnolia 2-64)

Eubanks, David Webster; b. 05-12-1878, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eubanks, Edwin Monroe “Sturdy”; b. 12-27-1961, d. 09-22-2011, 49 years old US Army (Rocky Creek)

Eubanks, Elbridge Bailey, b. 08-31-1909, d. 01-26-1974, LCDR. US Navy, (Magnolia 2-63)

Eubanks, Francis Monroe; b. 02-22-1921, d. 12-29-2010, h/o Betty Eubanks, US Navy, aboard Battleship USS Mississippi, (Woodlawn Garden of Memories Cemetery-Houston, Texas)

Eubanks, Gary Lafayette, b. 08-04-1951, d. 11-22-2006, Pfc. US Army, (Macedonia)

Eubanks, George Tyra; b. 12-21-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eubanks, Guy Edward, b. 01-01-1918, d. 08-15-2002, section E-10, Pfc. US Army WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Eubanks, Hardy; b. 11-12-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eubanks, Hardy Naploeon; b. 04-19-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eubanks, Hardy Oliver, b. 11-12-1887, d. 09-14-1980, US Army WW-1, (Eubanks/Dickerson)

Eubanks, Herbert Lafayette, b. 11-08-1929, d. 02-11-1996, Sgt., US Army, Korea, (Macedonia)

Eubanks, James Corbett; b. 10-27-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eubanks, James P, b. 09-18-1919, d. 09-14-1958, Pvt. 9809 Tech Svc. Unit WW-2, (Holmes Baptist)

Eubanks, James Travis, b. 12-23-1917, d. 01-25-1994, section D-7, GM2 US Navy, (Rocky Creek)

Eubanks, John Francis Marion, b. 07-12-1838, d. 05-30-1892, C.S.A. Civil War Veteran, section B-6, (Rocky Creek)

Eubanks, John Franklin; b. 09-24-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eubanks, John Marcus; b. 09-30-1893, d. 10-29-1976, 83 years old, US Army, WW-1, (Rocky Creek)

Eubanks, John Marshall; b. 11-03-1935, d. 04-29-2009, 73 years old, h/o Garnet Eubanks, US Air Force (Winborn Chapel, Greene Cty.)

Eubanks, John Marvin, b. 02-21-1915, d. 11-27-1943, section C-6, Tech. 5 US Army, Killed in Action, 853rd Engineering Battalion, Aviation, Purple Heart, his name is listed on the Tablets of the Missing in the North African American Cemetery, located in Carthage, Tunisia, (Rocky Creek)

Eubanks, John Prentiss (Printis); b. 09-12-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eubanks, John Wesley; b. 04-16-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eubanks, Joseph Burnis (Sr.), b. 10-10-1924, d. 06-05-1986, section D-8, Tech. 4US Army, (Rocky Creek)

Eubanks, Lawrence Monroe; b. 06-01-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eubanks, Leon Hobson, b. 06-12-1913, d. 04-01-1987, section F-5, PHM1 US Navy, WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Eubanks, Leonard, b. 09-26-1929, d. 09-05-2000, PFC US Army Korea, (Bexley Baptist.)

Eubanks, Littleton Havard (Jr.); b. 11-27-1937, d. 02-07-2010, 72 years old, h/o Dr. Audrey C. Eubanks, US Army, (Rocky Creek)

Eubanks, Littleton Havard, b. 12-22-1839, d. 12-08-1901, section B-6, Pvt. Co. "E" 36th Ala. Inf. (Prisoner of War), Civil War Veteran, (Rocky Creek)

Eubanks, Littleton Havard (Jr.); b. 11-27-1937, d. 02-07-2010, 72 years old, h/o Dr, Audrey C. Eubanks, US Army Veteran, (Rocky Creek)

Eubanks, Lyman Jackson (Sr.); b. 05-31-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eubanks, Lyman Jackson (Jr.); b. 08-14-1928, d. 12-13-2005, US Army, Korea, 77 years old, (Holmes)

Eubanks, Malcolm Arthur; b. 04-16-1899, d. 09-23-1975, 76 years old, WW-1 Veteran, (Magnolia)

Eubanks, Marcus Lynn; b. 09-20-1948, d. 11-18-2003, 55 years old, h/o Maranda Kay Eubanks, US Army (Church of God Cemetery-Leakesville)

Eubanks, Mark, b. 06-30-1895, d. 03-14-1973, section B-5, Pvt. US Army WW-1, #4294142, Cook, A.S.C. unassigned (Co. “C” Hq. Btn. A.S.C.) served in France, discharged 08-04-1919 (Rocky Creek)

Eubanks, Marvin W, b. 10-10-1914, d. 05-11-1987, Nickname-“Ted Jack”, US Army WW-2 (Holmes Baptist)

Eubanks, Nolan Loen; b. 02-03-1942, d. 01-07-2013, 70 years old, h/o Essie Eubanks, US Army National Guard (Nolan Eubanks Family-Greene Cty.)

Eubanks, Perry Knox; b. 03-12-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eubanks, Perry Leon; b. 10-24-1924, d. 08-25-1985, 60 years old, US Army, (Holmes)

Eubanks, Pink Anderson; b. 10-25-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eubanks, Robert Edward; b. 10-30-1938, d. 05-13-2005, 66 years old, h/o Kathy Eubanks, US Army, (Corinth)

Eubanks, Roger Dale, "Rodney"; b. 02-20-1949, d. 09-27-2006, SP4, Vietnam, US Army, information provided by Charlie Welford, (Holmes Baptist)

Eubanks, Stephen P, b. 05-09-1842, d. 10-23-1923, section C-5, Pvt. Co. "E" 2nd Bn. Ala. Lt. Arty. (Prisoner of War) Civil War Veteran, (Rocky Creek)

Eubanks, Thomas J; b. 09-13-1914, d. 09-10-1966, Pfc., New York POE, WW-2 (Winborn Chapel)

Eubanks, Thomas Jefferson, b. 11-16-1836, d. 01-11-1907, Pvt., Co. “C” 2nd Battalion Alabama Light Artillery, section B-6, C.S.A. Civil War Veteran, (Rocky Creek)

Eubanks, Thomas Nevil; b. 05-08-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eubanks, Walter Lee; b. 07-02-1917, d. 02-06-2005, 87 years old, h/o Ulhma Alice Eubanks, US Army WW-2, (Holmes)

Eubanks, Wiley Aron; b. 10-25-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eubanks, William Cleveland; b. 03-04-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eubanks, William Curtis “Willie”, b. 07-26-1896, d. 12-13-1961, Pvt. 61st Co. 162nd Depot Brigade, WW-1 (Mississippi), (Eubanks. – Ernest Pipkins Road)

Eubanks, William D, b. 05-05-1927, d. 06-28-1993, CPL US Army Korea, (Pineview) Eubanks, William Forest (Jr.), b. 06-01-1916, d. 03-11-1976, Tech. 5 US Army WW-2, (Hillcrest)

Eubanks, William Forest (Sr.), b. 07-10-1832, d. 05-25-1915, section B-6, Co. "M" Adams Regt. Miss. Cav. C.S.A. "Civil War Veteran", (Rocky Creek)

Eubanks, William Miller; b. 09-09-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Eubanks, William Osborne “Oz”; b. 01-24-1924, d. 08-16-2012, 88 years old h/o Ola Mae (Young) Eubanks, US Army WW-2, (Dasher Cemetery-Valdosta, Ga.)

Eubanks, Zelton Knox; b. 12-24-1930, d. 03-26-2013, 82 years old, h/o Suzanne (Bristow) Eubanks, US Army, Korean War, (Forest Park Funeral home in Webster, Texas – No cemetery Named)

Evans, Andrew; b. 1835, d. _______, h/o Laura Margurite (Evans) Davis, Enlisted 1861, 24th Miss. Inf. Co. “A”, served under Col. R.C. McElavane & Capt. Henry Roberts. (1938 WPA records show he was discharged for poor eye sight. He received a Confederate pension in George County. Civil War Veteran, (Cemetery was not named.)

Evans, Chester; b. 06-14-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Evans, Edward Eugene; b. 07-19-1903, d. 03-22-1993, CPO, US Navy, (Magnolia)

Evans, Elbert; b. 08-11-1888, d. 08-13-1965, US Army WW-1 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Evans, Frankie; b. 12-27-1939, d. 12-16-1986, US Army, Korea, h/o Marie, (Rocky Creek)

Evans, Gerald; b. 10-01-1937, d. 12-04-2000, US Air Force, Medical & Xray Tech., Alaska, (Rocky Creek)

Evans, Ira J; b. 01-23-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Evans, John Leon; b. 09-16-1920, d. 04-07-1997, h/o Myrtle Lois Evans, US Coast Guard WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Evans, Luther Cecil; b. 01-31-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Evans, Merle; b. 12-25-1935, d. 01-16-1997, US Army, Germany, (Rocky Creek) 

Evans, Oliver Oscar; b. 02-13-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Evans, Thomas P; b. 06-20-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Evans, Tyra John; b. 03-18-1844, d. 01-18-1897, h/o Laura Evans, Pvt. Co. “A” 1st La. Cav, enlisted 09-16-1864, served under Capt. John R. Sclater, and Lieutenant James Hollonquist, Civil War Veteran, (Evans/aka/Croom)

Evans, Tyrone Franswau, b. 05-16-1952, d. 05-19-1975, Pvt., US Army, (Mount Pleasant. – Mount Pleasant Road)

Evans, Wesley; b. 09-18-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Evans, Willie Ford “Billy” (Jr.), b. 05-24-1950, d. 08-01-2003, section F-11, SP5 US Army, (Rocky Creek)

Evans, Willie Ford (Sr.), b. 07-05-1911, d. 04-24-1985, section F-11, Cpl. US Army, (Rocky Creek)

Everett, Walter R; b. 11-17-1920, d. 11-15-1969, Pvt. 1614th Svc. Comd. Unit WW-2 (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Ezell, Butler; b. 1912, d. 1971, US Navy Seaman 1st class WW-2, (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Ezell, Elbert L; b. 01-15-1826, d. 04-12-1886, Sgt., Co. “I” 36th Al. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Fellowship)

Ezell, Evil Greggs; b. 09-20-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ezell, Floyd Otis (Jr.); b. 07-17-1938, d. 10-04-2007, 69 years old, h/o Sally Jo Ezell, US Army, Korea, (Rocky Creek)

Ezell, Jonathan; b. 08-31-1841, d. 12-16-1903, Pvt., Civil War Veteran, information from Green County Herald, article dated 06-12-1925 naming 24th Ms. Infantry (Morrison Cem- Hattiesburg, Ms.)

Fagan, Grady; b. 1894, d. 03-__-1973, 78 years old, US Army, WW-1 (Magnolia 4-57-c)

Faggard, William E; b. 03-13-1837, d. 04-20-1884, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Regiment Ms. Vol. Civil War Veteran (Johnson Cemetery-Wade)

Fairley, Albert; b. about 1924, d. 07-27-1984, US Army Private, Atchd Unasgn Reception Center-Camp Shelby, Ms. (Sweetwater)

Fairley, Alfred; b. 07-10-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Anguish Knox (Jr.); b. 10-05-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Anguish Knox (Sr.); b. 07-14-1841, d. 06-__-1874, Pvt. Co. “B” 3rd Bttn. Ms. Inf. State Troops, Civil War Veteran (Salem)

Fairley, Archie; b. 09-14-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Ardean, b. 1886, d. 1977, Private, US Army, WW-1, (Sweet Pilgrim. – Benndale)

Fairley, Arlon Guyther; b. 11-18-1943, d. 11-08-2009, 65 years old, US Army, Vietnam (Pipkins-George County)

Fairley, Bartimeus; b. 05-16-1930, d. 01-20-2006, h/o Dorothy Fairley, W-2 Veteran, (Jackson-Fairley Cemetery)

Fairley, Bliss L, b. 08-13-1910, d. 09-06-1972, Pvt., US Army, WW-2, (Pipkins Cemetery. – Avent)

Fairley, Bruno; b. 01-09-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Cecil F; b. 12-28-1917, d. 12-16-1975, 57 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Leaf Cemetery)

Fairley, Charles Corbet; b. 11-15-1894, d. 07-07-1962, 66 years old, US Army, WW-1 (Magnolia 1-380)

Fairley, Dan Oytt (Sr.); b. 10-05-1936, d. 11-26-2003, 67 years old, h/o Betty Joe Fairley, US Army, (New Life Cemetery)

Fairley, David Lee, b. 10-13-1922, d. 04-21-1949, PFC, 985th QM Service Co., WW-2, (Sweetwater.)

Fairley, Dock; b. 07-15-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Ed; b. 05-05-1882, d. 11-02-1932, WW-1, Private, Head quarters company 65th Pioneer Infantry, Information from 1938 WPA records)

Fairley, Edmon, b. 12-23-1924, d. 04-27-1977, WW-2, Pvt., US Army, (Sweetwater)

Fairley, Enoch, b. 10-26-1937, d. 02-09-2004, US Army, Vietnam, (Sweetwater.)

Fairley, Floyd; b. 12-25-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Forrest F, b. 10-18-1890, d. 08-20-1958, Pvt., MG. Co. 59th Inf. WW-1, (Pipkins Cemetery. – Avent)

Fairley, Forrest G, b. 04-23-1930, d. 01-10-1990, Cpl., US Army, Korea, (Pipkins Cemetery. – Avent)

Fairley, Frank; b. 07-03-1905, d. 09-04-1996, Pfc. US Army, WW-2 (Jackson/Fairley Cem-Benndale)

Fairley, George; b. 12-15-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Greg; b. 10-05-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Gregory L. “Jack”; b. 04-30-1927, d. 04-28-1988, 60 years old, WW-2 Veteran (Fairley Cemetery)

Fairley, Hurley John, b. 1922, d. 1976, Seaman 1st Class United States Navy (Antioch Methodist -Benndale)

Fairley, Irvin Eugene; b. 07-19-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Isom, b. 12-26-1904, d. 12-28-1962, PFC, HQ Co. 1604th Svc. Unit, WW-2, (Sweetwater.)

Fairley, Jack; b. 10-18-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Joe Emil (Sr.); b. 08-24-1922, d. 11-03-1972, 50 years old, US Army, WW-2, Purple Heart, (Fairley)

Fairley, Joe Pete; b. 01-27-1878, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, John (Jr.); b. 05-08-1832, d. 03-21-1913, enlisted 02-24-1862, discharged 05-04-1865, Pvt. Co. “I” 36th Ms. Inf. Civil War Veteran (Fairley)

Fairley, John Francisco; b. 05-19-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, John Mack (Sr.); b. _______, d. _______, information from the 1938 WPA records show him as a soldier in the Spanish American War

Fairley, John McIntosh; b. 06-20-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley John Riley; b. 09-08-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Knox John; b. 10-15-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Lenard (Leonard); b. 04-16-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Lonzo; b. 07-01-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Louis; b. 05-11-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Louis Batson; b. 08-31-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Mathew Earnest (Matthew); b. 12-18-1877, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Mose, b. 11-22-1893, d. 03-18-1963, Pvt., Co. 'A' 549th Engineers, WW-2, (Sweetwater.)

Fairley, Neil Godfrey; b. 09-08-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Nepolan; b. 05-01-1950, d. 12-27-2006 (Headstone has d. 12-23-2006, obit has 12-27-2006), 56 years old, US Army, 20 years of service, (Jackson Fairley Cemetery)

Fairley, Ollie Andrew; b. 11-07-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Oran Otto (Sr.), b. 04-07-1919, d. 07-22-1974, T/Sgt. WW-2 US Air Force Reserve, (Joe P. Fairley)

Fairley, Preston; b. 05-17-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Randolph, b. 03-28-1897, d. _______, WW-1, Co. 'B', 447th Labor BN., QMC, (Sweetwater.) Created by: Martha Record added: Mar 06, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial # 34508172

Fairley, Ras; b. 04-25-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Ray Archie; b. 03-24-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Robert; b. 05-20-1878, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Robert (Sr.), b. 03-11-1920, 08-10-1984, Pfc., US Army, WW-2, (Mount Pleasant Cem. - Mount Pleasant Road)

Fairley, Royal; b. 06-15-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Rufus Archabald; b. 02-24-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Russell Richard; b. 12-30-1950, d. 07-31-2000, SP4, US Army, Vietnam, (Hilltop)

Fairley, Sam, b. 07-07-1929, d. 07-26-1975, Pvt., US Army, Korea, (Sweetwater.)

Fairley, Shade; b. 08-15-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Silas; b. 05-28-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Syrl Harvey, b. 03-19-1943, d. 06-19-2003, U.S. Military Veteran, (Pipkins Cemetery. – Avent)

Fairley, Theron; b. 01-15-1934, d. 03-21-1953, 19 years old, Killed in Action, died of wounds, ground casualty, Co. “D” 2nd Battalion US Marine Corps. Pvt. 1 Class, Korea Purple Heart, Combat Action Ribbon, (Leaf Cemetery-Greene)

Fairley, Truman Warren; b. 06-28-1931, d. 02-05-2009, 77 years old, h/o Patricia, US Air Force (Hilltop)

Fairley, Vernon C; b. 02-07-1925, d. 08-03-1944, Pvt., 307th Infantry, 77th Infantry Div. WW-2, Killed in Action, Purple Heart, (Leaf Cemetery-Greene)

Fairley, Wallace, b. 01-06-1908, d. 07-28-1993, Pvt., US Army, WW-2, (Sweetwater.)

Fairley, Walter Joesier; b. 03-07-1877, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Watkin; b. 01-05-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Webster Wig; b. 03-20-1878, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fairley, Willard “Bill”; b. 10-03-1903, d. 04-01-1981, h/o Marie (Delmas) “Nanny” Fairley, Sgt., US Army, WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Fairley, William Clinton, b. 08-10-1916, d. 01-02-1950, Tech. 5, M.P. Plattoon 103rd Inf. Div. WW-2, (Pipkins Cemetery. – Avent)

Fairley, William Moore; b. 10-10-1927, d. 06-01-1993, Cpl., US Army, Korea, (Hilltop)

Fairley, Wm. David; b. 11-13-1919, d. 09-22-1993, S/Sgt., US Army, WW-2, h/o Vivian, (Hilltop)

Fairley, William Watson; b. 11-16-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fallin, Norman L. (Jr.); b. 01-11-1965, d. 07-18-1986, EMFN, US Navy (Pine Grove Methodist Cemetery) Information by Linda Ellis

Fallin, Norman Lavelle (Sr.); b. 04-16-1928, d. 04-28-2013, 85 years old, h/o Barbara A. Fallin, US Navy WW-2, (Benndale Church of God Cemetery)

Fallon, Charles Thomas; b. 1932, d. 04-01-2001, 69 years old, h/o Barbara (McLeod) Fallon, Sp3 Korea, US Army (Mt. Pisgah Pentecostal Cemetery)

Fallon, John Daniel, b. 05-14-1929, d. 10-07-1999, FT2, US Navy Korea, (Magnolia 4-42-b)

Farmer, James Harvey; b. 10-17-1924, d. 07-09-2007, 78 years old, h/o Sarah Farmer, WW-2 Veteran, (Crossroads Free Pentecostal)

Farnham, Joe; b. 1945, d. 05-19-2012, 67 years old, h/o Betty Marie Farnham, US Army 1969 thru 1974, VietNam, (Serene Memorial Gardens-Jackson County)

Farr, Basin or Bain; b. 1870, d. 04-14-1959, 89 years old, Spanish American War, (Brandon Cemetery-Brandon, Ms.)

Farris, Claude; b. 05-13-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Faulk, Guy Winfield (MD-Medical doctor); b. 11-13-1921, d. 01-24-1974, PM2 US Navy WW-2 (Magnolia-Greene)

Faulkner, James Donald “Don”; b. 01-11-1938, d. 12-26-2010, 72 years old, h/o Laura Belle (Buckley) Faulkner, US Army, (Jackson County Memorial Gardens)

Faulkner, Marvin Edward; b. 04-26-1925, d. 03-05-1987, WW-2 Veteran (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Faulkner, Oscar Lee; b. 03-21-1921, d. 03-01-1990, Pfc., US Army WW-2 (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Faurot, George Arthur; b. 12-18-1915, d. 10-09-2009, 93 years old, h/o Mary Faurot of 36 years, h/o Macie Faurot of 19 years, Retired Chief Boatswain’s Mate, US Navy WW-2 (Lewis Family Cemetery, Greene County)

Fayard, Joseph; b. 01-19-1825, d. 02-19-1898, Pvt., Co. “E” 20th Ms. Infantry, enlisted 05-20-1861, discharged 04-26-1865, Civil War Veteran, Gautier-private cemetery listing-Jackson)

Felder, A.G; b. 11-06-1836, d. 01-03-1909, Pvt., information from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 Civil War Veteran, (Williams cem. Amite Co., Ms.)

Felton, Mose; b. 04-24-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fendley, Aubrey, b. 11-23-1911, d. 12-10-1976, Pfc. US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 4-49-c)

Fendley, Coma, b. 07-09-1909, d. 08-14-1977, section D-9, Pfc. US Army, (Rocky Creek)

Ferguson, John C, b. 1920, d. 1956, section E-5, US Army WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Ferguson, Stanley Morse; b. 04-11-1942, d. 03-15-1999, h/o Marilyn (Pierce) Ferguson, US Army Korea (New Hope)

Ferrell, Mason Gray, b. 11-08-1926, d. 02-02-1960, Mississippi CM Sgt., 3302nd Support Squadron AF WW-2, (Spanish Fort/ Krebs cemetery Jackson county) information by Cynthia Snyder

Ferrell, Rufus Lee; b. 10-20-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ferrer, Albert Norman; b. 09-22-1913, d. 12-28-1963, US Navy Reserves, WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Ferrer, Beulah D; b. 08-05-1916, d. 04-07-1980, US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Ferrer, Carl Marshall; b. 09-24-1919, d. 09-18-1950, Cpl. 27th Infantry Division WW-2 & Korea, (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Ferrill, Albert James; b. 01-09-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ferrill, Bryant; b. 05-29-1769, d. 12-25-1836, War of 1812, (Ferrill Fam. Aka Indian Creek cem. Located 2 ½ miles north of Salem Campground)

Ferrill, Harry; b. 12-27-1932, d. 09-14-1993, Pfc. US Army WW-2 (Sandy Branch)

Ferrill, John W; b. 02-06-1812, d. 10-10-1893, h/o Louisa A. Ferrill, Pvt., Co. “H” 4th Al. Regt. Commanded by Capt Crenshaw, enl. 1863, d. 1865 Civil War Veteran, (Ferrill Cemetery-Jackson County, Ms.)

Ferrill, Odett; b. 1910, d. 1985, Pfc. US Army WW-2 (Sandy Branch)

Ferrill, Roy W. (Sr.), b. 09-30-1951, d. 08-10-1971, Pvt., 24th Ord. Co., 267th Maint. Bn., Vietnam, (Mount Sinai)

Ferrill, Singleton (Jr.); b. 07-28-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ferrill, Thomas Murry; b. 09-04-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ferrill, Willie; b. 10-31-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ferrill, Willie Webster; b. 04-06-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fetzik, Casper; b. 04-06-1931, d. 09-13-1985, SSgt US Air Force, Korea (Machpelah Cemetery Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Fike, Charles William; b. 07-31-1921, d. 04-10-2015, 93 years old, h/o Shannon Faye (Brewer) Fike, US Army, WW-2 (Fike Family Cemetery)

Fike, Johnnie Elbert; b. 01-12-1923, d. 10-09-2007, 84 years old, h/o Norma Lee Fike, US Army, WW-2 (Maples Cemetery-Greene County)

Fike, Tommy Joe; b. 04-18-1929, d. 07-15-2004, 75 years old, h/o Kathleen Fike, US Air Force Navigator on F-4 Jets, Viet Nam (Retired Col.), (McLain Cemetery)

Fike, Willie Elbert; b. 04-08-1894, d. 02-14-1960, funeral 02-16-1960, 65 years old, WW-1 (McLain Cemetery-McLain, Ms.)

Finch, Frank; b. 09-09-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Finch, George Washington; b. 07-08-1932, d. 10-09-2009, 77 years old, h/o Betty J. Finch, US Army, Korea, (Finch Family Cemetery)

Finch, Hardy Ratliff; b. 07-07-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Finch, Henry David; b. 12-19-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Finch, Herman (Jr.); b. 03-07-1945, d. 05-14-2014, 69 years old, US Army Veteran (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Finch, Herman (Sr.); b. 01-24-1925, d. 05-22-2009, 84 years old, US Navy, WW-2, h/o Virginia Lee Finch, (Finch – Agricola)

Finch, Jasper; b. 05-22-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Finch, Jasper Taylor (Jr.), b. 01-18-1923, d. 08-16-1988, TECH. 4 US Army, WW-2, (Finch Cemetery – New Hope Church Road)

Finch, Jasper Taylor (Sr.); b. 07-04-1894, d. 09-12-1938, 44 years old, WW-1 Veteran, (Finch Family Cemetery)

Finch, Joseph, b. 09-15-1931, d. 09-03-1996, Cpl. US Army Korea, (Finch Cemetery. – Willie Finch Road)

Finch, Louis; b. 05-04-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Finch, Thomas Pool; b. 02-09-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Finch, William H, b. _______, d. _______, Co. "I", 36th Ala. Inf., C.S.A., Civil War Veteran, (Finch Cemetery – highway 612/highway 613 intersection)

Finch, William John; b. 12-06-1874, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fingan, James; b. 08-10-1890, d. 09-16-1964, Pvt US Army WW-1 (Good Hope Cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande & Linda Kerr

Finley, Frederick A; b. 10-11-1897, d. 02-25-1973, EM2 US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Firth, Edwin S; b. 03-08-1924, d. 08-25-1974, h/o Louise, PFC US Army WW-2, (Diberville Memorial Park, Harrison County, Ms.)

Fischer, Oliver H, b. 03-03-1920, d. 12-21-2003, HM1 US Navy WW-2, Korea, (Magnolia 6-61-b-2)

Fisher, Clyde R; b. 07-07-1913, d. 04-12-1978, Pvt. US Army WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Fiveash, Armon H. “Bub”; b. 09-28-1929, d. 08-13-1997, US Navy, DKSN, Korea (Mill Creek Cemetery-Jones County, Mississippi)

Fleming, Albert L; b. 10-31-1894, d. 11-30-1973, WW-1, US Army Wagoner (Henderson Cemetery-Greene)

Fleming, Charles “Charlie” Gordon; b. 01-12-1925, d. 07-16-2007, 82 years old, US Navy WW-2 (W.A. Smith Cemetery-Jackson, Al.)

Fletcher, Zibe M; b. 04-30-1817, d. 11-05-1892, Pvt., Hospital Orderly attached to Capt. Gillis’s Ms. Calvary, enlisted 03-06-1861, discharged 05-04-1865 Civil War Veteran (John O’Neal’s Farm-Vestry-Jackson)

Flint, Douglas Shelby; b. 07-06-1938, d. 03-06-1982, A2class US Air Force (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Florence, J. Frank; b. 05-26-1925, d. 11-25-1992, h/o Ruby (Adams) Florence, Pfc., US Marines WW-2 (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Florence, Willie Albert; b. 06-10-1895, d. 10-__-1918, Pvt., 162nd Depot brigade, WW-1 (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Flowers, Lee Richard II, b. 09-28-1943, d. 08-05-1999, US Marine Corps / Pfc. US Army, Vietnam, (Magnolia 4-35-d)

Flurry, Clinton; b. 01-08-1941, d. 09-09-1987, US Army Vietnam (Pine Grove Methodist cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Flurry, Floyd; b. 11-21-1937, d. 10-24-2011, 75 years old, h/o Lois Flurry, Military Veteran, (buried in the South Florida National Cemetery, Lake Worth, Florida)

Flurry, Henry (Jr.); b. 05-15-1829, d. 10-29-1891, Civil War Veteran, C.S.A., Pvt. Co. “D” 9th Miss Calvary (Old Flurry Cemetery-Broome) Information by Linda Ellis

Flurry, Henry Odus; b. 06-25-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Flurry, Ira Ford; b. 02-11-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Flurry, James Lewis; b. 10-03-1924, d. 01-20-1998, enlisted 06-17-1943, US Army, WW-2 (Jackson County Memorial Park)

Flurry, John A; b. 04-05-1902, d. 10-15-1961, Pfc. 306th Base Hq. & AB Sq. Army Air Force, WW-2 (Old Flurry cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Flurry, Joseph; b. 04-05-1836, d. 04-29-1911, Civil War Veteran, C.S.A., Pvt. Co. “C” 9th Miss Calvary (Red Creek Union Baptist Church cemetery) Information by Linda Ellis

Flurry, Kenny; b. 01-08-1941, d. 09-09-1987, 46 years old, US Military Veteran, funeral was held in the Pine Grove Methodist Church-Jackson County, cemetery was not named)

Flurry, Lewis Carlton; b. 05-09-1925, d. 01-10-1987, enlisted 08-25-1943, US Army, WW-2, (Floral Hills Memorial Gardens, Gulfport, Ms.)

Flurry, Lewis David (Sr.); b. 05-05-1936, d. 08-27-2006, US Navy retired, Vietnam, (Magnolia) information from set up at Wal Mart 09-25-2012

Flurry, Odus Elmore; b. 02-20-1923, d. 07-29-2000, enlisted 04-23-1943, Pvt. US Army, WW-2 (New Zion Cemetery-Wiggins)

Flurry, Oliver Morris (Sr.); b. _______, d. 12-01-2013, US Air Force, funeral held at Sosebee Memorial Chapel in Canton, Ga. (Georgia National Cemetery)

Flurry, Ruben William “R.W.; b. 10-26-1935, d. 04-26-2011, h/o Eva Loy Flurry, (Calvary church cemetery, Stone County) information by Misty Rowell Thomas

Flurry, Ratliff Malcolm; b. 01-12-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Flurry, Rufus; b. 04-09-1875, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Flurry, William N; b. 08-23-1925, d. 06-12-1983, enlisted 10-23-1943, US Army WW-2, (no cemetery named)

Foley, Thomas H; b. 02-16-1907, d. 04-11-1987, Captain, US Army WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Ford, Charles H; b. 1926, d. 09-15-2002, 76 years old, h/o Willie C. (Eckes) Ford, US Navy, WW-2 (Ft. Bliss National Cemetery-Texas) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Jan 20, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 103865737

Ford, William H; b. 12-04-1923, d. 03-28-1945, Pvt., US Army 347th Infantry, 87th Infantry Division, (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Forsyth, Maurice; b. 12-11-1922, d. 03-06-2011, 88 years old, h/o Frances (McIntosh) Forsyth, US Army Air Corps, (McIntosh Cemetery, Greene County, Ms.)

Forte, Jim Tom; b. 03-25-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fortner, Elias; b. 10-26-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fortner, Ephraim; b. 1843, d., _____, h/o Sephrona (Powell) Fortner, Co. “K” 1st Miss Light Artillery, Civil War Veteran Private, (___________) information provided by Billy Fortner

Fortner, Joe; b. 02-01-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fortner, Joseph W; b. 10-16-1916, d. 01-28-1971, Pfc., 4119th Base Unit US Army Air Force, WW-2 (Palestine-Tanner Williams)

Fortner, Louis; b. 06-10-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fortner, Obediah; b. abt. 1820, d. abt. 1890, h/o Elizabeth (Roberts) Fortner, Ms. Private, was transferred from Co. “C” 9th Ms. Calvary, 03-01-1863, detailed to work on flat bottom boats at Winchester, Miss. Calvary, Co. “E” 17th Battalion Civil War Veteran enlisted 09-19-1862, (cemetery not named) information provided by Billy Fortner, William James; b. 01-14-1875, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Fortune, Woods E; b. 1926, d. 06-09-2003, 77 years old, US Navy (Ulmer’s Chapel Cemetery-Lena, Ms.)

Foshee, Barney William, b. 11-01-1940, d. 07-25-2009,68 years old, h/o Anne Foshee, US Army, (Magnolia)

Foster, Charles H. (Sr.); b. 05-07-1934, d. 11-26-2009, Army National Guard for 12 years, (Jackson County Memorial Gardens-Mausoleum)

Foster, John S, b. _______, d. _______, enlisted March 1861 served 4 years and 1 month. He was thrown by his horse onto the carriage of a cannon and broke his right shoulder and he was shot in the knee. Co. "H", 17th Ala. Inf., (Wounded in Action) Civil War Veteran, (Refuge.)

Fountain, Bizell; b. 02-28-1926, d. 01-19-1973 US Navy (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Fountain, Eugene E. (Jr.); b. 06-10-1907, d. 11-28-1965, PFC Headquarters Co. 13th Army Division WW-2 (Martin Ryan cem. Jackson county) informationby Ray L. Bellande

Fountain, J.B; Co. “A” 3rd Ms., Prisoner of War in North Carolina (Jackson County District 3, filed for pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran

Fountain, Joseph Jehew; b. 03-31-1934, d. 02-19-1992, Pfc., US Army (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Fountain, Louis; b. 08-25-1838, d. 06-03-1924, Pvt., Co. “A” 3rd Ms. Infantry, enlisted 09-18-1861, discharged 04-26-1865, Civil War Veteran (Martin-Ryan Cemetery-Jackson)

Fountain, Ronnie Joe; b. 07-23-1946, d. 08-29-1998, 52 years old, Viet Nam Veteran (Magnolia 5-28-c)

Fountain, Stanley Niles; b. 1931, d. 1976, PFC US Army (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Fowler, Eugene M, b. 07-23-1938, d. 01-11-1983, Pfc., US Army, Vietnam (Antioch Methodist -Benndale)

Fowler, Jesse W; b. 06-08-1841, d. 08-07-1932, Pvt. Co. “A” 2nd Ms. Cav. (State Troops), Civil War Veteran, (Magnolia 1-366) Fowler, Joseph Houston, b. 06-04-1925, d. 07-16-1952, Coxswain, USNR, WW-2, Mississippi (Antioch Methodist -Benndale)

Fowler, W.J, b. 07-14-1926, d. 11-07-1994, US Army, Korea (Antioch Methodist -Benndale)

Fox, Sam Louis; b. 12-12-1872, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Franklin, Benjamin Harrison; b. 08-09-1891, d. 11-01-1970, 71 years old, US Army, WW-1 (Magnolia)

Franklin, Benjamin Hoover; b. 01-25-1930, d. 08-24-1998, 68 years old, h/o Bessie Mytris (Tanner) Franklin, Korean War Veteran, (Magnolia 2-91)

Fraizer, John “Jack” Leander; b. 08-21-1911, d. 03-17-1992, funeral held 03-20-1992, 80 years old, US Navy, WW-2 (Pine Grove-Vernal)

Frederic, Bernard R. “Punky”; b. 03-12-1931, d. 09-19-2006, h/o Lorraine Frederic, US Navy, Korea (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Frederic, Henry E; b. 01-24-1896, d. 09-21-1973, Cpl., US Army (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Freeland, Willroy Marshall; b. _____, d. _____, US Army, WW-1, enlisted 10-03-1918, svc # 4458013, enlisted under the S.T.A.C. program while attending Springhill College, Pvt. (Information from Military discharge records located in George County Court House, No cemetery named)

Freeman, George James; b. 07-09-1822, d. 07-01-1900, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Lazarus Walley Cemetery-Greene)

Freeman, Joseph F.“Joe”, b. 06-14-1921, d. 08-17-1966, SM1 US Navy WW-2, (Magnolia 4-72-a)

Freeman, Rich William; b. 03-24-1922, d. 08-20-2004, 82 years old, h/o Emma Freeman, US Army, WW-2, (Winborn Chapel-Green County, Mississippi)

Freeman, William Arthor; b. 11-20-1923, d. 12-26-1945, S1st class US Navy WW-2 (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Freeman, William “Bill” Thomas; b. 11-28-1922, d. 01-29-2006, h/o Posey Milloy (Driver) Freeman, US Army, WW-2, (Magnolia 4-71-c)

French, Johnie T, b. 09-03-1925, d. 08-05-1989, Pfc., US Army, WW-2, (New Hope.)

Fretwell, James Comer, b. 03-01-1919, d. 10-03-2004, Pvt., US Army, WW-2, (New Hope.)

Friar, Thomas R; b. 04-14-1845, d. 09-26-1918, Pvt., Co. “B” 30th Alabama Infantry, enlisted 07-08-1861, discharged 04-26-1865, Civil War Veteran, (Belande-Jackson)

Frost, Joe Martin; b. 12-15-1919, d. 12-16-2003, 1st Lt., US Army, WW-2 (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Fry, Charles; b. 1794, d. 1852, Pvt. US Army, War of 1812, enlisted 1812, discharged 1813, (Fry Family Cemetery)

Frye, Edward; b. 06-06-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Frye, Sydney; b. 04-08-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Frye, Tyra James; b. 05-19-1891, d. 05-31-1978, WW-1, # 1608221, Private, Q.M.C., discharged 03-23-1919, information from 1938 WPA records)

Frye, Walter Eugene; b. 07-28-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Frye, Wesley; b. 12-18-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Frye, William Henry, b.04-04-1899, d.10-25-1957, (2-198), Pvt QM.Corps WW-1, "Miss", (Magnolia 2-198)

Fryfogle, Benjamin Addison, b. 07-13-1890, d. 12-20-1966, Pvt. Btry. "E" 321st FA 82nd Div., WW-1, (Magnolia 1-412)

Fryfogle, Glen Willis (Sr.); b. 03-17-1939, d. 06-09-2012, 73 years old, h/o Pollie A. Fryfogle, US Air Force (Donated his body to Cancer research-no burial)

Fulcher, Earnest Winston; b. 11-28-1908, d. 07-04-2003, 94 years old, US Army, WW-2, Pipkins-Avent)

Fulmer, Ronnie Dale; b. 06-21-1949, d. 01-29-1970, 20 years old, Pvt. US Army, Co. “B” 3rd Bttn. 21st Infantry, 196th BDE, Americal Division USARV, Killed in Action by small arms fire in Quang Tin Provience, South Vietnam. Purple Heart Medal, National Defense medal, Vietnam Service Medal w/star, Vietnam Campaign Medal (Plesant Hill Cemetery-Greene)

Fulton, Eugene “Gene”; b. 10-09-1938, d. 02-03-2002, 63 years old, h/o Nell (Hyatt) Fulton, US Navy (Union Cemetery-Moss Point, Ms.)

Fuquay, Henry Ford; b. 03-25-1910, d. 01-05-1990, Veteran, section G7 (Rocky Creek)

Fuquay, James D, b. 08-14-1911, d. 05-27-1964, S/Sgt. 3148th Ord. Man. Co. WW-2, (Crossroads Methodist.)

Furr, Arthur Carl; b. 01-23-1919, d. 04-09-1990, h/o Bernice (Grierson) Furr, WW-2 Veteran (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Gaines, Abner Strother; b. 1838, d. 1905, Captain, Corps of Engineers, Army of Tennessee, Civil War Veteran, He came to the State Line area before the civil war to negotiate a treaty with the Indians. He founded and owned the Peachwood Plantation in State Line. (Gaines Family Cemetery-State Line)

Gaines, Elisha; b. 06-12-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Gaines, Johnnie; b. 03-20-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Galloway, Freddie Enret; b. 03-29-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Galloway, James "Coot", b. 08-03-1922, d. 10-13-1990, Pfc., US Army, WW-2, (military plaque has birth year 1923), (Mount Sinai)

Galloway, James Leonard; b. 10-29-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Galloway, Otis McDonald; b. 03-27-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Galloway, Robert Cook; b. 02-11-1846, d. 06-30-1933, Enlisted in 1864, 21st Al. Co. “I”, served under Col. D. C. Anderson & Capt. Crenshaw, he received a Confederate pension in George County, Civil War Veteran (Rosedale United Methodist Church Cemetery-Harleston, Ms.) surrendered in Mobile, Alabama

Galloway, Robert E; b. 04-29-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Galloway, Willie, b. 1896, d. 1985, US Army, WW-1, (Sweetwater.)

Galott, Eddie; b. 09-01-1900(registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County),

Gambles, John Francis; b. 03-19-1920, d. 03-19-2004, Sgt., 38th Cav. Recon, Tr., Philippines, 83 years old, (Magnolia 1-364)

Gandy, Jesse; b. 08-03-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Gante, Howard Earl; b. 10-05-1907, d. 02-12-1997, 85 years old, US Air Force, WW-2 (Rocky Creek)

Gardner, Issac; b. _______, d. _______, Civil War Veteran) (this name was taken from the City Cemetery List of veterans) (Magnolia)

Gardner, J.S; b. 09-08-1846, d. 11-18-1924, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Williams-Greene)

Gardner, Will; b. 11-16-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Garlotte, Raymond; b. 01-12-1895, d. 06-16-1963, Pvt. Co. “L” 141st Infantry WW-1 (William Seymour cem. Jackson county) information by Ray Bellande

Garrett, Leroy; b. 1920, d. 1972, Pvt., US Army WW-2 (State Line “B”-Greene)

Gartman, Thomas Miller; b. 09-09-1923, d. 02-23-2006, h/o Melonese Gartman, US Army, WW-2, (Camellia Baptist Cemetery-Semmes Alabama)

Gatlin, John Lewis; b. 05-29-1918, d. 01-24-2003, h/o Mae Belle Gatlin, BMC US Navy WW-2 & Korea (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Gay, Chuck; b. 08-22-1962, d. 03-06-1997, US Marines (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Geer, George Charles; b. 07-02-1920, d. 11-04-1975, RM2 US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Geiger, James F; b. 07-01-1894, d. 12-06-1952, Pvt., 4th Casual Regiment WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Roger Reeves

Geiger, Walter L; b. 12-22-1885(registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County),

Geiger, Webber L; b. 09-16-1916, d. 04-18-1956, H/o Olga W. Geiger, Tec4 US Army, WW-2 (Breakfield Cemetery-Marion County)

Gensler, Joe Edward; b. 03-19-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Gentile, Joseph William; b. 10-18-1896, d. 04-30-1969, h/o Catherine Gentile, Pfc 1st Infantry WW-1, (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

George, Calvin R; b. 12-20-1918, d. 04-26-1992, h/o Josephine B. George, Sgt., US Army WW-2, (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

George, Edward; b. 12-30-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

George, James Boyce (Sr.); b. 10-24-1916, d. 12-24-2005, h/o Norma B. George, Warrant Officer US Army, WW-2 & Korea, (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

George, Willie Jean “Duck”; b. 11-30-1922, d. 10-09-1988, h/o Lillie Agnes (Kirkland) George, Pfc., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

German, Jimmie Roy, b. 07-09-1942, d. 05-07-1972, A3C US Air Force, (Howell Baptist)

Giarratano, Martin Mike “Reverand Mike”; b. 08-25-1918, d. 11-17-2004, h/o Bea (Putman) Giarratano, Tec4 US Army WW-2 (Roselawn, Athens, Alabama)

Gibson, Billy Glenn, b. 10-09-1957, d. 08-26-1982, L/Cpl. US Marines, WW-2, (Macedonia)

Gibson, Billy Joe, b. 01-06-1936, d. 08-26-1967, US Army (Macedonia)

Gibson, Carl Bill, b. 12-10-1888, d. 01-05-1957, Pvt. Hq. Co., 64th Inf., 7th Div., WW-1, (Gibson)

Gibson, David, b. 06-15-1845, d. 09-26-1929, h/o Virginia A. Gibson, enlisted Spring 1864, served under Col. Perry Maura, Capt. J.W. Murrel, 15th Confederate Regiment. Civil War Veteran, (Magnolia 2-188)

Gibson, Earl Edsel, b. 01-31-1926, d. 10-24-1977, BM3 US Navy WW-2, Korea, (Magnolia 2-192)

Gibson, Earl William; b. 11-24-1920, d. 10-31-2004, 83 years old, h/o Avis (Eubanks) Gibson, Senior Chief petty officer, US Navy, (Pine Grove-Vernal)

Gibson, Eugene; b. 10-06-1881, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Gibson, George Washington; b. 1843, d. ___, Name taken from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 listing 24th Ms. Infantry Civil War Veteran (no more information given)

Gibson, Jack Kennedy; b. 03-17-1918, d. 02-13-1943, 24 years old, US Army Air Corp., He was an aviation cadet and died when a training plane he was flying crashed. He had been stationed at Goodfellow Field in San Angelo, TX. WW-2 died non-battle, (Magnolia 2-223)

Gibson, James; b. 10-20-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Gibson, James Walter; b. 03-26-1875, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Gibson, John Calvin; b. 05-05-1841, d. 09-21-1906, Pvt. Co. “B” 36th Al. Infantry, Prisoner Of War in Meridian, Civil War Veteran, (Magnolia 2-188)

Gibson, John Clide (Clyde); b. 10-14-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Gibson, John T; b. 05-09-1832, d. 06-26-1893, Pvt. Co. “H” 14th Confederate Cav. Civil War Veteran (Gibson)

Gibson, John Webb; b. 05-16-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Gibson, John Wesley, b. 09-08-1909, d. 05-16-1989, US Army, WW-2, h/o Iva Gibson, (Refuge.)

Gibson, Lloyd Dewey, b. 04-27-1900, d. 09-26-1932, Pvt. Coast Arty. Corps, WW-1, (Magnolia 2-192)

Gibson, Peter Louie; b. 11-19-1877, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Gibson, Philip Stephen; b. 04-06-1922, d. 06-12-1999, Pvt., US Army WW-2, Bronze Star, Purple Heart (Rounsaville Family)

Gibson, Prentiss Eugene, b. 05-19-1889, d. 01-29-1960, Pfc. Co. "B" 304th Ammo Train WW-1, enlisted 05-15-1918, “he was a book-keeper”, (Magnolia 1-374)

Gibson, Thomas J (Sr.), b. 05-20-1910, d. 11-19-1981, US Navy, Korea, (Macedonia)

Gibson, Thomas Lamar, b. 05-17-1937, d. 06-07-1987, SP4, US Army, (Refuge.)

Gibson, Tony; (this name taken from the City Cemetery list of Veterans) (Magnolia)

Gibson, William Artis; b. 09-03-1881, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Gibson, William Louis; b. 01-01-1878, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Gilbert, Holbert Wilson, b. 12-19-1914, d. 06-18-1996, ENC US Coast Guard WW-2 Korea, (Barton Baptist.)

Gill, Claborn (Claiborne); b. 07-28-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Gill, Quinton; b. 01-16-1928, d. 01-21-1986, US Army WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Gill, W. Burrus, b. 10-05-1911, d. 11-30-1989, SGT US Army WW-2, (Woodard.)

Gilleo, Clinton Dudley; b. 02-18-1924, d. 03-15-1992, AO-2nd class US Navy, WW-2 (Arlington cemetery, Beaumont-Perry County)

Gillett, Richard D; b. 08-11-1942, d. 07-31-2014, h/o Rita Gillett, Retired US Navy, 23 years of service, (Cremated-Boise Idaho)

Gilley, James; b. 12-03-1894, d. 01-01-1967, Pvt. Btry. “D” 316th Fld. Arty., WW-1 (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Gilliam, John David; b. 10-31-1915, d. 01-23-2002, h/o America (Klyce) Gilliam, US Marines (Machpelah Cem. Jacklson County) information by Robert Reeves

Gilmer, Joseph Weldon; b. 09-24-1897, d. 09-03-1967, WW-1 & WW-2 Veteran, no military information available (McLeod-Magnolia)

Gilmer, Morgan Stanley; b. 02-08-1919, d. 08-05-1999, US Army Air Force WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Roger Reeves

Gipson, Ralph Arnold “Minner”; b. 02-10-1915, d. 03-25-1983, h/o Inece (Roberts) Gipson, US Army Tech3, WW-2 (McLain Cemetery)

Gisch, John; b. 07-16-1838, d. 12-11-1892, enlisted 09-22-1862, discharged 04-17-1865, Pvt., Co. “A’ 24th Alabama Infantry & Co. “E” 27th Ms. Infantry, Civil War Veteran (Griffin-Jackson)

Glade, Herman; b. 09-06-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Glidewell, Lloyd; b. 05-26-1916, d. 11-08-2008, 92 years old, h/o Vivian (Gilley) Glidewell, US Army (Barton Baptist)

Glidewell, William Bert (Sr.); b. 01-09-1877, d. 08-28-1964, S/Sgt., WW-2, 1941-1945, (Barton)

Glidewell, William Bert (Jr.); b. 05-14-1919, d. 02-11-2010, 90 years old, h/o Myrtle (Barton) Glidewell, US Army, WW-2 (Barton Baptist Cem.)

Goff, Albert Hill; b. 12-31-1897, d. 01-22-1960, Sargeant Q.M.C., discharged 03-25-1919 (Information from 1938 WPA records) IOOF Cemetery, Greenwood-Leflore County, Ms.)

Goff, Alfred Bruner; b. 09-20-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Goff, Billy Carlton, b. 05-04-1937, d. 09-21-2004, Senior M/Sgt. US Air Force, Vietnam, (Magnolia 6-54-c-3)

Goff, Bruner Oliver; b. 04-01-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Goff, Calvin Richard “Nub”, b. 08-02-1918, d. 08-11-1997, Tech. 5, US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 4-85-b)

Goff, Charles Edward; b. 04-25-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Goff, David Rufus; b. 07-06-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Goff, Douglas Stone; b. 02-05-1923, d. 11-02-2004, 81 years old, h/o Jane (Rush) Goff, US Navy Reserves WW-2, US Air Force reserves Korea, (Pine Crest cemetery-Mobile)

Goff, Earl G, b. 01-15-1910, d. 04-21-1974, PFC, US Army Air Corps (Pipkins Cemetery. – Avent)

Goff, Earl, b. 09-07-1894, d. 05-27-1972, h/o Susan Frances (Stringer) Goff b. 1897, d. 1977, they married 08-30-1919, Sgt. US Army WW-1, (Magnolia 4-66-d)

Goff, Edmund Huey; b. 02-14-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Goff, Edward Joseph; b. 11-06-1896, d. 07-15-1974, Private, discharged 03-25-1919, (information from 1938 WPA records)

Goff, Edward L. “Buddy”; b. 09-28-1926, d. 08-03-1997, h/o Tressie Odessa (Hall) Goff, (name taken from City Cemetery list of Veterans-no military information available) (Magnolia 1-318)

Goff, Homer Preston; b. 04-11-1921, d. 07-16-2015, h/o Francis (Mizell) Goff, US Army WW-2 (Goff Family cemetery-Benndale)

Goff, Horace Leroy; b. 08-25-1920, d. 09-05-1947, military enlistment record dated 09-28-1942, no record of service, (Pipkins)

Goff, Hubert Joseph, b. 06-07-1923, d. 11-04-2002, Tec5, US Army, WW-2, h/o Ella (Antioch Methodist -Benndale)

Goff, J. D, b. 01-26-1903, d. 02-28-1955, 53 years old, h/o Glayds (Fairley) Goff, (retired US Marine corp.), (Shady Grove.)

Goff, James Patton “Pat”, b. 01-19-1921, d. 08-25-1990, S/Sgt., US Army Air Corps, WW-2, (Magnolia 2-31)

Goff, James Rodgers “Jimmy”; b. _____, d. 05-25-2014, 84 years old, h/o Analyn (Arrington) Goff, after graduating from high school he joined the US Army and trained and was stationed in Germany during the Korean war (Collins City Cemetery-Collins, Ms.)

Goff, James Rufus; b. 11-10-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Goff, Jerry Otis; b. 01-08-1943, d. 04-10-2012, 69 years old, h/o Barbara Jean (Allen) Goff, Sgt. US Army (Cremated)

Goff, John Leroy; b. 03-10-1910, d. 12-29-1968, h/o Viola Elizabeth Goff, US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Goff, Johnie; b. 04-28-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Goff, Levi L, b. 09-09-1894, d. 01-18-1977, Pvt., US Army, WW-1, (Pipkins Cemetery. – Avent)

Goff, Lyman; b. 10-01-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Goff, Mack Edmonson; b. 10-01-1931, d. 02-25-2002, 70 years old, h/o Lillian (Glen) Goff, US Army, (Pipkins-Avent)

Goff, Mathew (Matthew); b. 1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Goff, Nolie Wyatt; b. 10-26-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Goff, Richard Anthony “Tony”, b. 10-15-1941, d. 05-12-1992, Sgt. US Army Vietnam, (Magnolia 4-85-b)

Goff, Richard Rasmus, b. 06-21-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Goff, Roy; b. 03-23-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Goff, Steve; b. _______, d. 10-02-2008, US Army, Vietnam, (Pinelake Church, Brandon Ms.)

Goff, Steven DeWayne; b. 07-05-1966, d. 03-27-1987, funeral held 03-29-1987, 21 years old, US Army 87th Airborne Division, (Rocky Creek)

Goff, Thomas Wesley; b. 03-18-1957, d. 02-27-1982, Sp4, US Army (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Goff, Vernice E. “Ed”; b. 09-23-1920, d. 03-18-1988, military enlistment record 08-19-1942, no record of service, (Magnolia 5-20-a)

Goff, Wilburn Everette; b. 08-09-1917, d. 01-14-1992, 74 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Pipkins-Avent)

Goff, William Benjamin; b. 03-04-1921, d. 01-16-2001, h/o Marilyn B. Goff, US Coast Guard, WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Goff, William Craft; b. 09-13 (1923 or 1925), d. 09-22-2012, 87 years old, h/o Effie Francis Goff, US Merchant Marines (3 years), US Army (2 years), (Pipkins cemetery-Leaf)

Goff, William Finley; b. 12-06-1895, d. 01-21-1956, 60 years old, WW-1 Veteran, (Leaf)

Goff, William Martin; b. 02-11-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Goff, William Richard; b. 09-26-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Goff, Wilis F; b. 09-02-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Goff, W.P; Co. “A” Steede’s Battalion served under Murdock McInnis Wounded in Action (Jackson County District 2, filed for pension 1907) Civil War Veteran

Goldsmith, Andrew; b. 12-28-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Goldsmith, David Allen, b. 09-22-1924, d. 05-31-1991, US Army WW-2, (Shady Grove.)

Goodman, Robert H; b. 08-14-1925, d. 01-07-2001, 75 years old, US Navy WW-2 (Highland Cemetery-Hattiesburg) information by Betty Radcliff Marshall

Goodman, Victor Ferrell; b. 04-05-1947, d. 04-14-2015, 68 years old, h/o Nancy Ann Goodman, US Army, Purple Heart, Vietnam, (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Gordon, Berry Thomas, b. 11-14-1928, d. 12-04-1986, section F-5, PFC US Army WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Gordon, James Eddie; b. 04-02-1898, d. 02-21-1957, Pvt. Co. “L” 363rd Infantry WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Gordon, Richard Terrell, b. 12-09-1888, d. 11-13-1949, section E-5, PFC 162nd Depot Brigade WW-1 (Mississippi), (Rocky Creek)

Gordon, Richmond C; b. 02-03-1926, d. 05-05-2012, h/o Madine (Woodard) Gordon, US Army WW-2 (Woodard)

Gossett, Russell Harry; b. 12-30-1941, d. 1-14-1993, US Army Viet Nam (Mt. Pisgah Pentecostal)

Gough, Chester (Jr.); b. 09-28-1924, d. 1964 US Army Corporal, Military Police NPO, Asiatic Pacific Area, saw action Marshall Islands 25 Mar 44 to 3 Aug 45, also action in Marianas, awarded Certificate of Satisfaction Service (Rocky Creek)

Govedare, Paul B, b. 10-24-1918, d. 05-08-1988, Lt. Col. US Marine Corps, WW-2, (Magnolia 5-20-b)

Grady, Ennis Anthony; b. 08-06-1927, d. 08-07-2008, h/o Virginia Yvonne Grady, served 45 years in the US Merchant Marines (Carter cemetery)

Grafe, Ralph F; b. about 1911, d. 06-23-1994, US Army Air Force, PFC he was an airplane engine service mechanic (Griffin Cemetery-Moss Point)

Graffenreid, Charlie; b. 08-04-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Graham, Allen Eugene (Sr.); b. 01-27-1944, d. 05-01-2008, CN US Navy Vietnam (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Graham, Charles Lewis “Charlie”; b. 10-23-1925, d. 07-14-2005, h/o Charlotte (Dobson) Graham, US Navy, WW-2, (Magnolia)

Graham, Curtis Clifford; b. 09-17-1920, d. 07-15-2001, 80 years old, h/o Maxine (Pitts) Graham, US Army, WW-2, (Magnolia)

Graham, Curtis Mitchell, b. 08-29-1942, d. 08-15-1996, AN US Navy Vietnam, (Magnolia 6-50-b-2)

Graham, Rayford F. “Jack”; b. 06-26-1924, d. 12-07-2001, h/o Ruth M. (Ruthie) Graham, US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Graham, Robert; b. 01-26-1933, d. 12-__-1981, Pvt., US Army (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Graham, Stanlee Lee; b. 05-25-1921, d. 06-02-1982, (name taken from City Cemetery list of veterans) (Magnolia)

Graham, William; b. ____, d. 06-24-1889, Pvt., Co. “L” 27th Ms. Infantry, enlisted 10-20-1861, discharged 04-26-1865, Civil War Veteran, (Mt. Zion-Jackson)

Graham, William; b. 03-08-1837, d. 05-16-1909, Civil War Veteran, C.S.A., Pvt. Co. “L” 27th Miss Regt. “Twiggs Rifles”, Wounded in Action at Perryville, Ky. On 10-08-1862, shot through his left thigh, through left arm and across instep of right foot, He was a Prisoner of War at Ft. McHenry, Maryland, sent to Ft. Monroe and paroled 05-30-1865, (unmarked grave in King-Cowart-O’Neal cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Graham, Wilson (Sr.); b. 12-10-1918, d. 02-27-1988, Pfc US Army WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Grammer, Glenn Allen; b. 09-30-1919, d. 12-26-2005, 86 years old, h/o Nettie Edwina Grammer, US Army, WW-2 (Magnolia 5-35-c)

Grant, Charles Lindsay (Sr.), b. 09-17-1902, d. 06-16-2002, US Army, "Professor", (Mount Pleasant. – Mount Pleasant Road)

Grant, Donnell; b. 07-26-1952, d. 03-23-1991, Cpl. US Marine Corps Vietnam, (Davis Cemetery on Howell Road behind Mexican Restaurant) information provided by Diona (Parker) Dickerson

Grant, Lucius A; b. 06-03-1921, d. 12-23-1983, Pvt. US Army WW-2, (Davis Cemetery on Howell Road, behind Mexican Restaurant) information provided by Diona (Parker) Dickerson

Grant, Silas, b. 02-16-1897, d. 10-12-1969, Pvt., Wagon Co., QMC, WW-1, (Mount Pleasant. – Mount Pleasant Road)

Grant, Wade Hampton, b. 02-27-1889, d. 11-09-1978, Pvt., US Army, WW-1, (Mount Pleasant. – Mount Pleasant Road)

Grant, William Edward; b. 03-28-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Grantham, Ernest L, b. 08-29-1889, d. 12-03-1968, CPL Util. Det. QMC WW-1, discharged 02-11-1919 by reason of circular 77 W.D. 1918, (Ms.), (Union)

Grantham, James Howell; b. 08-01-1898, d. 11-01-1918, Killed in Action in a battle, WW-1 (name taken from City Cemetery list of Veterans) (Magnolia)

Grantham, Robert V; b. 1892, d. 1932, Military Veteran no records found, (information from 1938 WPA record)

Graves, Fred Charles; b. 01-06-1950, d. 02-11-1976 US Army (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Graves, Joseph Benjamin; He was recognized as a Veteran 05-26-2014 at Carter Cemetery Memorial Day Service (no military or burial information available)

Graves, Lee C; b. _______, d. 06-17-1944, Killed in Action WW-2 PFC., US Army, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division, Bronze Star & Purple Heart, buried in Normandy American Cemetery, Normandy France, plot D, row 3, grave #36 Created by: CWGC/ABMC Record added: Aug 08, 2010 Find A Grave Memorial # 56645047

Graves, Monroe M, b. 01-19-1930, d. 06-12-1990, US Air Force /Korea, (Shady Grove.)

Gray, Clyde; b. 07-21-1931, d. 03-21-1991, h/o Ruth A. Gray, Cpl., US Army, Korea, father of Loretta (Smith) Woods, Lawanda (Woods) Denmark, LaDeborah (Smith) (Turner) Jones, Vadis (Gray) Jensen, Vern & Sherrie Gray (Pilgrims Rest-Greene)

Gray, Edward Vernon; b. 11-03-1924, d. 03-18-1991, h/o #1 Shirley Joan (Bohlmann) Gray #2 Aletha “Annie” (Baxter) (her #1 marriage Crosby) Gray, US Army, WW-2 (Okwakee Cemetery-Washington County, Alabama)

Gray, Jonny Marshal II; b. 05-14-1963, d. 07-03-2004, 41 years old, h/o Tina Gray, father of Jeremy Isaiah Gray and Tashina Ann Gray, US Army, (Dickerson-Davis cemetery)

Gray, Joseph E; b. 10-26-1911, d. 10-09-1942, Pvt. Infantry WW-2 (Mt. Pisgah Community) (Need info-did he get killed in action)

Gray, Raymond Otto; b. 12-22-1924, d. 03-10-1994, PFC. US Army WW-2 (Mt. Pisgah community)

Gray, Robert Clifton; b. 07-05-1926, d. 10-27-1971, A1C US Air Force Korea (Alabama) (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Green, Alvin Quitman “Al” (Jr.); b. 12-04-1934, d. 03-07-2012, 77 years old, h/o Virginia Green, US Army, Lebanon Conflict (McLain United Methodist)

Green, Andrew; b. 10-19-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Green, Carth S; b. ____, d. ____, US Navy Master Chief, memorial service held at Biloxi VA Hospital 12-06-2013, Pinehaven Funeral Home in charge of services-cemetery not named)

Green, Charles W; b. 07-22-1855, d. 11-17-1921, Co. “E” 166th Infantry AEF (Old Washington-Neely-Greene)

Green, Claude Joseph; b. 05-08-1917, d. 02-25-1978, SSgt US Army WW-2, (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Green, Ernest Johnson; b. 02-14-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Green, Elder W; b. 12-20-1932, d. 04-06-1999, US Navy, Korea, (Shady Grove)

Green, Gavin S; b. 09-28-1909, d. 12-02-1971, Pvt., US Army WW-2 (Green Cemetery-Greene)

Green, George Pincus; b. 07-06-1892, d. _______, Private, Q.M.C. discharged 03-22-1919, WW-1 (information from 1938 WPA records)

Green, George Washington; b. 08-20-1898, d. 04-12-1979, 80 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (McInnis/Green Cemetery-Greene County, Ms.)

Green, Joseph Spiro; b. 06-24-1894, #1608240 Private, discharged 02-01-1919, (information from 1938 WPA records)

Green, John E; b. 06-05-1925, d. 04-01-1995, Pfc., US Army, WW-2 (Wiliams-Pierce Cem-Greene County)

Green, Louis; b. 12-05-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Green, Ornon Creel; b. 08-27-1926, d. 12-09-1985, (veteran headstone), (Holmes Baptist)

Green, Ozell; b. 09-28-1930, d. 05-13-1997, Cpl. US Army Korea (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Green, Richard W; b. 01-09-1846, d. 03-16-1908, Pvt., Co. “A” Lewis’s Battalion, Al. Cav. Civil War Veteran, (McLeod Cemetery-Leaf. This is in the pasture on the right just before you get to Dr. Green’s homeplace))

Green, Samuel Isom; b. 12-15-1842, d. 08-10-1915, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (McLain Cemetery)

Green, Thomas Benjamin (Sr.); b. 08-07-1925, d. 08-31-1990, US Navy then retired from US Air Force, (McLain Cemetery-McLain, Mississippi)

Green, Tom; b. 05-20-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Green, Walter Jackson; b. 01-21-1875, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Green, William Pickney; b. 09-21-1878, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Green, Willie Irving; b. 09-10-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Greene, Clifton M; b. 02-10-1920, d. 01-23-1994, US Army, TSGT., Hq Base Service Squadron, 445th Air service group, served in Normandy, North & South France, Ardennes, Rhineland, Central Europe, EAMETO Medal, Good Conduct Medal Distinguished Unit Badge (Magnolia 4-98D

Greene, George Mondale “Buck”; b. 10-08-1922, d. 06-29-2011, 88 years old, h/o Rosalie Greene, US Army WW-2, (Magnolia)

Greene, George P, b. 07-06-1890, d.05-08-1956, Pvt QM Corps WW-1, (Magnolia 2-269)

Greene, Isham Dumas; b. 02-14-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Greene, Jacob H, b. 10-23-1917, d. 03-09-1966, Sgt. US Army WW-2, (Barton Baptist.)

Greene, James Francis; b. 10-17-1819, d. 09-03-1891, h/o Priscilla (Moody) Green Pvt., Co. “H” 3rd Battalion Ms., Inf. State Troops, Civil War Veteran, (Neely cemetery-Greene)

Greene, Joe Spira (Sr.), b. 06-24-1895, d. 02-11-1968, Sgt. QM Corps 39th Div. WW-1, (Magnolia 2-269)

Greene, Joseph Spira (Jr.); b. 05-31-1925, d. 12-13-1977, 52 years old, US Marine Corps WW-2, (Jackson County Memorial Park Cem. Jackson County, Ms.)

Greene, Orvell Lequinn; b. 04-27-1934, d. 12-13-1995, US Army, 101st Airborne, (Shady Grove)

Greene, Richard W; b. 07-16-1841, d. 08-02-1897, Pvt. Co. “A” 9th Ms. Cav. (Steede’s Battn.), Enlisted 04-08-1862, Discharged 05-04-1865, Civil War Veteran (McLeod Cemetery-Leaf) information by Mark Mizell

Greene, Richard W; b. 01-09-1846, d. 03-16-1908, Pvt. Co. “A” 3rd Al. Cav., Brook’s Company, Lewis’s Al Cav., Enlisted 04-04-1861, Discharged 05-04-1865, Civil War Veteran (McLeod Cemetery-Leaf) information by Mark Mizell

Greene, Roscoe, b. 06-12-1916, d. 12-12-1964, Sgt. 3535 Bomb TNG WG AAF, (Corinth)

Greene, Samuel I; b. 12-15-1842, d. 08-10-1915, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf. Civil War Veteran (McLain Cemetery)

Greene, Thadd C; b. 09-14-1845, d. 03-07-1914, Pvt., Co. “C” 9th Ms. Cav. Steedes Battilion Civil War Veteran, (McLain Cemetery)

Greenough, William Irwin “Bill”; b. 02-02-1926, d. 05-26-1996, h/o Opal Irene (Watts) Greenough, BM2 US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Greenway, Joseph L; b. 12-23-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Greenway, Paul T; b. _____, d. _____; Second Lieutenant, US Army WW-1, Awarded “Gold” Chevron for service, discharged 06-02-1919, served in France and Germany, information from Military discharge records in George County Court House, (No cemetery named)

Greenwood, Ed; b. 07-12-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Greenwood, Thomas; b. 05-17-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Greer, Willie Lymon; b. 10-09-1910, d. 09-22-1977, h/o Jeanette (Hebert) Greer, SSgt US Army WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Gregory, Edward D; b. 02-12-1914, d. 03-26-1980, PFC US Army WW-2, (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Grice, Floyd, b. 03-05-1924, d. 12-02-2003,Pvt., US Army WW-2 (New Providence Cemetery)

Grierson; James R. “Jimmy” (Sr.); b. 10-27-1928, d. 01-05-2001 Korea (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Griffin, Alfonzia; b. _______, d. _______, US Army, Germany, US # 53055352, information provided by Mrs. Margaret Johnson, he is buried in an unmarked grave in this cemetery on Merrill road. (New Antioch)

Griffin, Donald W; b. 1927, d. 04-01-2012, 85 years old, h/o Doris Griffin, US Navy, (Midway Baptist Cemetery) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: May 20, 2012 Find A Grave Memorial # 90428508

Griffin, Erasmus Franklin; b. 03-03-1838, d. 07-31-1899, Pvt. Co. “L” 27th Ms. Infantry, enlisted 05-21-1861, d. 04-26-1865 Civil War Veteran, (Griffin Family-Jackson County)

Griffin, Ernest; b. 04-04-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Griffin, General Harrison; b. 07-29-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Griffin, Granvile; b. 09-06-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Griffin, Harold L. “Burl”; b. 12-31-1930, d. 02-01-2015, h/o Mary Alice Griffin, US Army National Guard & former George County Deputy Sheriff, (Magnolia Cem. - George County)

Griffin, Harris; b. 04-08-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Griffin, Harry; b. 12-19-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Griffin, Hiram Bruner “Dr.”; b. 03-23-1831, d. 10-24-1866, Captain, Co. “L” 25th Ms. Infantry, enlisted 10-21-1861, discharged 04-26-1865, Civil War Veteran (Griffin Family-Jackson County)

Griffin, James Tolly; b. 12-25-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Griffin, Jno. B; Co. “F” 24th Regt., enlisted 1861 (Jackson County District 1, filed pension request 1907) Civil War Veteran

Griffin, John E; b. 07-12-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Griffin, John F; b. 02-25-1830, d. 09-21-1912, Pvt., Co. “F” 24th Ms. Infantry enlisted 09-16-1861, discharged 04-26-1865, Civil War Veteran (Griffin Family-Jackson County)

Griffin, Johnnie Pinington; b. 11-22-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Griffin, Julius Carnet; b. 06-23-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Griffin, Julius Walker “Jake”; b. 04-02-1913, d. 02-26-1989, WW-2 Veteran, (Magnolia 4-27-b)

Griffin, Lawrence; b. 06-23-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Griffin, Murdock M; b. 01-16-1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Griffin, Leo W, b. 07-03-1917, d. 12-06-2001, F2 US Navy WW-2, (Holmes Baptist)

Griffin, Troy Hudson; b. 02-13-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Griffin, Willie Curtis; b. 01-29-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Grimes, Horace Emanuel; b. 10-05-1953 d. 12-??-2006, US Army (Mt Pisgah Pentacostal Church Cemetery) information by Betty Radcliff Marshall

Grimes, J.J; b. ___, d. ___, 2nd Corporel, name from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 listing 24th Ms. Infantry Civil War Veteran (no more information given)

Grimme, Val Edward; b. 06-24-1932, d. 03-06-2005, US Air Force, Korea (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Grimsley, James Ira; b. 01-12-1912, d. 10-19-1987, h/o Betty (Roberts) Grimsley, Pvt., US Arny WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Grissette, Eugene; b. 08-23-1923, d. 10-02-1957, Tech, 521st Calvary Recon Trp., WW-2 Purple Heart, (Palestine-Tanner Williams)

Grove, Winton L, b. 08-18-1934, d. 10-04-1985, M/Sgt. US Air Force, Korea, Vietnam, (Magnolia 4-89-b)

Guin, James Douglas, b.04-26-1921, d.05-04-2006, SFC US Army WW-2 Korea & Vietnam, (Bexley Baptist.)

Gunn, Earnest (Sr.); b. 01-10-1891, d. 02-11-1961, h/o Olevia (Holland) Gunn, Pvt. 13th Casual Co. WW-1 (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Gunn, Luther L; b. 12-15-1917, d. 01-16-2002, h/o Mildred (Firth) Gunn, MSgt, US Army Air Force, WW-2 (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Gunter, Berchard K, b. 09-21-1921, d. 10-24-1944, (4-68-B), RM2 US Navy WW-2, Killed in Action-Leyte, Purple Heart, His name is listed on the Tablets of the Missing in Manilla American Cemetery, Manilla, Phillipines

Gunter, Johnnie Frank; b. 01-27-1919, d. 12-11-1982, h/o Flossie Mae Gunter, SF3 US Navy, WW-2, (Jackson County Memorial Park

Gurley, Arnold A; b. 07-06-1915, d. 11-26-1967, TECH5 US Army WW-2 (Machpelha Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Gutherz, Elmer Julius; b. 07-03-1931, d. 06-10-1991, US Coast Guard; Korea (Machpelha Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Guthrie, James Thomas; b. 06-09-1935, d. 06-19-2003, US Army, (Buckley Family Cemetery)

Guy, Ernest L; b. 05-13-1926, d. 01-07-1969, Cpl., Battery “B” 604th Fld. Arty. Battalion (Freefield-Greene)

Guy, Gary B; b. 06-25-1947, d. 02-13-1966, Svc Battery 28th Artillery Division (Mutual Rights-Greene)

Guy, Ravon; b. ____, d. ____, US Army, Killed in Action, Purple Heart, WW-2 (unknown cemetery) Information provided by Wanda Roberts-Lucedale Middle School Teacher)

Hager, Herbert Barnes; b. 02-18-1902, d. 12-24-1966, US Army, WW-2 Sgt. Co. “B” 372nd Engineer General Service, European Theatre, Purple Heart, Wounded in Action (Evergreen Cemetery-Jackson County)

Hague, Douglas Kell; b. 03-16-1920, d. 03-01-1943, LTJG US Navy, WW-2 (machpelah Cem. Jackson County) informationby Robert Reeves

Haines, Roy W; b. 01-24-1920, d. 12-27-1982, US Army, MSG, ERC Infantryman 3rd Army Area received hardship discharge #AR615-362 (Magnolia)

Hale, Reverand Bill; b. ____, d. 06-06-2011, h/o Betty Jean (Inabnit) Hale, US Navy, WW-2 (Woodlawn Cemetery-Mobile) Information by Betty Radcliff Marshall

Hale, Richard N; b. 09-09-1924, d. 10-18-1995, WT1 US Coast Guard WW-2, (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Haley, Alsie O; b. 08-08-1910, d. 11-17-1988, Pvt., US Army, WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hall, Alton David; b. 05-11-1919, d. 03-03-2015, 95 years old, US Navy WW-2 served ont eh carrier USS Bon Homme Richard (George County Funeral Home in charge – no cemetery named)

Hall, Arnold Lee, b. 08-13-1927, d. 04-03-1997, section A-8, PFC US Army WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Hall, Avon Cleston, b. 05-03-1926, d. 11-04-1974, Tech. 3 US Army, (Magnolia 4-81b)

Hall, Charles Russell; b. 12-12-1919, d. 01-01-1991, h/o Phyllis Rose (Freeman) Hall, 1st Lt., US Army, WW-2 & Korea, (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hall, Clyde; He was recognized as a Veteran during Memorial Day Service at Carter Cemetery 05-26-2014 (no military or burial information available)

Hall, George Robert; b. 06-18-1930, d. 02-16-2014, 83 years old, h/o Patsy Jane (Stanley) Hall, US Air Force Pilot, “Colonel”, shot down over Vietnam 09-27-1965 and held as Prisoner of War for 7 1/2 years, released 02-12-1973, (buried Oaklawn Cemetery-Hattiesburg, Ms.)

Hall, Otis; 02-11-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hall, Robert C; b. 09-28-1942, d. 01-01-2015, 72 years old, h/o Carolyn Hall, US Army National Guard (Magnolia)

Hallstrom, Lewis, b. 06-08-1908, d. 05-19-1945, Pfc. 385th Inf. Mississippi, (Crossroads Methodist.)

Hallstrom, Oscar William; b. 03-01-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hamilton, Charles Colquitt; b. 06-04-1919, d. 02-04-1988, SE2 US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hamilton, Geniel; b. 1933, d. 03-24-2013, 80 years old, h/o Ruby (Nobles) Hamilton, US Army, Korean War, (Magnolia)

Hamilton, Frederic; b. _______, d. 05-16-1902, h/o Harriet Emeline Hamilton, enlisted 05-__-1861, discharged 1865, Co. “I” 21st Al. Volunteers, served 4 years, under Capt. Taylor, Capt. Talley, Capt. Gleason and Col. Crawford, Civil War Veteran, (cemetery unknown)

Hamilton, Kossuth Dewitt; b. ____, d. ____, US Air Force radio operator in transport planes, served in Italy, (information from book titled “My Cup of Memories” by Nina Mae Mason)

Hamilton, Nolan Cyler; b. 05-22-1918, d. 01-19-1969, US Navy, WW-2 Yeoman 1st Class, USS Solar DE-221 and Navy V-12 Unit (Agricola Baptist)

Hamilton, Robert Cooper; b. 08-31-1941, d. 07-15-1980, AC3 US Navy (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hamilton, Robert Earl; b. 01-14-1930, d. 02-25-1973, h/o Miriam Joyce Hamilton, Cpl., US Army, Korea, (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hammond, E.A.B; b. ____, d. ____ Co. “H” 40th Ga. Inf. (from Jackson County) Civil War Veteran

Hammond, Joshua Leonard; b. 01-18-1874, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hamrick, Benjamin Franklin; b. 05-01-1847, d. 12-21-1899, Pvt. Co. “E” 36th Al., Inf Civil War Veteran (State Line Cemetery)

Hamrick, William L; b. ____, d. 02-24-1939, Pvt., 114th Fld. Signal Battalion 39th Division (State Line “W”-Greene)

Hancock, Alfred Lefey; b. 1929, d. 12-15-2012, 83 years old, h/o Jean Hancock, US Army, Korea (H.O. Parker Cemetery)

Hancock, Charles; b. 02-07-1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hancock, Olvin Robert "Bob", b. 03-28-1919, d. 03-06-1999, section A-4, Tech. 4 US Army WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Hancock, Robert N; b. 05-14-1893, d. 11-10-1966, Cpl., US Army WW-1 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Handy, William; b. 1841, d. 02-20-1917, h/o Laura Handy, Pvt. Co. “A” 11th Ms. Inf. Enlisted 06-01-1861, discharged 05-09-1865. Served under Robert E. Lee. He received a Confederate pension in George County. Civil War Veteran (Buried in Beauvior, Biloxi, Ms.)

Hankins, Joseph Elbridge; b. 07-15-1918, d. 12-21-2007, 89 years old, h/o Alberta Hankins, US Navy, WW-2, (Magnolia)

Hanord, William Wesley; b. 1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hans, Joseph E; b. 10-19-1917, d. 12-29-1980, Pvt. US Army WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hanvey, Thomas Edward, b. 06-30-1891, d. 07-30-1962, section B-3, Pvt. Co. "C" 2nd Inf. (WW-1) Alabama National Guard (Rocky Creek)

Harcuse, Charles Dalton; b. 02-15-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hardesty, William Edwin; b. 07-15-1941, d. 01-12-2008, 66 years old, h/o Kathleen Hardesty, US Air Force, Vietnam, (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Hardin, Don Joel, b. 10-24-1946, d. 01-28-2006, FN US Navy, Vietnam, (Magnolia 4-50-d)

Hardy, Burnzy W; b. 12-02-1895, d. 08-22-1963, Pfc., US Army, WW-1 (Old Washington-Neely-Greene)

Hardy, Otis B; b. 08-09-1924, d. 09-04-1994, TSgt US Air Force WW-2, Korea, Vietnam (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hare, Wilburn F, b. 06-07-1923, d. 12-24-1973, T/SGT US Army Air Forces, (Shady Grove.)

Harless, Occie O; b. 10-15-1918, d. 09-24-1974, S/Sgt. US Army, WW-2 (Magnolia)

Harmon, Eugene R, b. 09-16-1919, d. 05-28-1975, section F-5 PFC US Army WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Harper, John Everett; b. 05-19-1874, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Harper, William Edward; b. 07-27-1928, d. 08-14-1986, 79 years old, retired US Merchant Marine, (New Hope)

Harrell, James Dawson; b. 02-12-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Harrell, Jones Howie; b. 05-10-1922, d. 03-14-1973, RM2 US Navy, WW-2 (Morton Memorial Garden-Morton, Ms.)

Harris, Alvin Gaines (Sr.); b. 10-06-1939, d. 10-08-2012, 73 years old, h/o Doris (White) Harris, US Navy Vietnam (Carter Cemetery)

Harris, Benjamin Franklin; b. 01-19-1843, d. 11-01-1900, Pvt. Co. “E” 36th Al. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (State Line Cemetery)

Harris, General; b. 04-21-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Harris, Henry Lewis; b. 08-15-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Harris, James Abbott; b. 04-14-1939, d. 03-02-2015, 75 years old, h/o Ellen “Trudie” (Byrd) Harris, US Army (Rocky Creek)

Harris, James Abbot (Jr.); b. 07-29-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Harris, James Calvin; b. 06-14-1926, d. 08-16-1995, US Army, WW-2, (Pleasant Hill Cemetery)

Harris, John Clarence, b. 10-18-1894, d. 05-14-1964, Pvt. US Army, WW-1, (Refuge.)

Harris, Joseph Russell, b. 01-25-1923, d. 01-29-1995, US Army, WW-2, (Magnolia 6-68-b-1) information provided by his daughter Sharon McGee, was not marked as a veteran.

Harris, Norman E; b. 02-10-1932, d. 06-20-1973, Sgt. US Army, Korea & Vietnam (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Harris, Reginald; b. 06-28-1919, d. 03-22-1968, PFC US Army WW-2 (Good Hope Cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande & Linda Kerr

Harris, Seldon L. “Sam”; b. 03-14-1937, d. 04-18-2007, 70 years old, h/o JoAnn Harris, US Marine Corps. Vietnam (Moblie-Alabama-Magnolia Cemetery)

Harris, Shelton; b. 10-05-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Harrison, Guy Richard (Sr.); b. 01-01-1948, d. 07-06-2004, 56 years old, h/o Judy Harrison, US Navy, (Magnolia 6-58-c-3)

Harrison, Lee Roy; b. 02-16-1919, d. 10-26-1990, h/o Margarette Harrison, US Army Sgt. 3680th QM Truck Co. (Rocky Creek)

Harrison, Leonard, b. 09-21-1915, d. 04-21-1982, Cpl. US Air Force WW-2, (Shady Grove.)

Harrison, Lloyd, b. 09-21-1915, d. 08-19-2000, US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 5-6-b)

Harrison, Shimp; b. 12-15-1896, d. 02-15-1966, Pvt Co. “C” 65th Pioneer Infantry WW-1 (Benson cem. Jones county) information by Cleveland Sowell

Harrord, William Wesley; b. 10-05-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hart, William Percy; b. 1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hartfield, Lenard; b. 10-17-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hartley, Claude Arthur, b. 10-09-1937, d. 04-14-2006, United States Army, (Movella Baptist.)

Hartley, Melton Lamar, b. 06-07-1936, d. 05-26-2002, PFC US Army, (Movella Baptist.)

Hartley, Wiley (Jr.), b. 03-28-1926, d. 11-22-1961, PFC US Army WW-2, Bronze Star Medal, (Shady Grove.)

Hartmann, James Gude; b. 08-21-1931, d. 04-21-1987, funeral held 04-23-1987, 55 years old, Korean War Veteran, (cemetery not named in newspaper)

Hartzog, Woodrow; b. 05-05-1915, d. 03-15-1943, Military veteran, WW-2, died of an accidental self inflicted gunshot wound at his parents home, Purple Heart, (Bethel Primitive Baptist Church cemetery-Greene)

Harvey, Barry H, b. 04-01-1938, d. 02-22-1995, section E-5, S/Sgt. US Army & US Air Force, Vietnam, (Rocky Creek)

Harvey, Clarence Charles; b. 05-13-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Harvey, John Thomas, b. 04-13-1893, d. 01-20-1967, section E-5, PFC 8th Bn. 162nd Depot Brig. WW-1, (Rocky Creek)

Harvey, Lee Daffin; b. 07-30-1920, d. 02-03-1990, 60 years old, US Army retired (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Harvey, Otis Lauren; b. 01-04-1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Harvey, Robert Edwin; b. 07-30-1920, d. 05-29-2011, 78 years old, h/o Elsie Marie Harvey, US Air Force, (Rocky Creek)

Harvey, Walter; b. 1902, d. 1976, Pvt US Army (Sweetwater-Greene)

Harvey, Walter Joseph; b. 1920, d. 01-23-1989, US Navy WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Harvey, William Walter; b. 08-26-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Harvill, Kenneth; b. ___, d. ___, US Army, Vietnam (cemetery not named) (information by Wanda Roberts- George County middle school teacher)

Harvison, Billy Joe; b. 01-17-1931, d. 08-08-2012, 81 years old, h/o Katheryn (Keel) Harvison, Mississippi National Guard, US Army, (Oak Grove Cemetery)

Harvison, Bobby Dean, b. 11-08-1932, d. 10-28-1986, Pfc., US Army, Korea, (Gibson)

Harvison, Freddie Quickman; b. 06-21-1933, d. 01-01-1996, Sp4 US Army & US Navy (Winborn Chapel)

Harvison, Henry P; b. 03-16-1925, d. 05-28-1944, 141st. Inf., 36th Infantry Division, WW-2, Killed in Action, Purple Heart (Sunset Cemetery-Richton, Ms.)

Harvison, James Clyde; b. 1934, d. 05-12-2009, 75 years old, US Marine Corps (Magnolia) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Jan 31, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 104443403

Harvison, Jimmy Dale; b. 04-03-1937, d. 04-20-2008, 71 years old, h/o Joanne, US Navy Korea (Gibson)

Harvison, John Calvin; b. 11-14-1839, d. 07-20-1918, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Washington Cemetery-Neely)

Harvison, Thomas Jefferson; b. 07-08-1915, d. 09-26-1967, 52 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Spring Brook Cemetery-Chatom, Al.)

Harwood, Joe Bennie (Jr.), b. 02-12-1931, d. 08-07-1993, S/SGT US Air Force, Korea, (Pineview)

Hassell, John Crew; b. 1915, d. 1977, Cpl., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hataway, Benjamin Richard “Ben” (Jr.); b. 10-24-1910, d. 02-14-2013, 81 years old, h/o Wanda Hataway, US Army, Korea, (Frederick Memorial Cemetery-Fredereck, Oklahoma)

Hataway, James Conner; b. 07-06-1875, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hatchcock, James Arthur; b. 08-20-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hatchcock, James Lee; b. 08-29-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hatchcock, William Huston; b. 12-25-1874, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hatcher, Arthur James, b. 02-24-1944, d. 04-29-1996, US Army, Vietnam, (Barton Baptist.)

Hatcher, Arthur Nahue; b. 12-31-1918, d. 12-25-2002, 82 years old, h/o Dot Hatcher, US Army, Westerfield-Greene) information by Betty Radcliff Marshall

Hatcher, Lester Clay, “L.C.”; b. 01-21-1917, d. 07-15-2011, h/o Marilyn (Adams) Hatcher, US Army, WW-2, (Magnolia)

Hathcock, Raymond Lewis; b. 02-20-1922, d. 04-25-1957, (name taken from City Cemetery list of Veterans) (Magnolia)

Hathorn, Joseph; b. 12-16-1895, d. 12-04-1966, Pvt., US Army, WW-1 (Old Washington-Neely-Greene)

Hathorn, Samuel R, b. 06-09-1893, d. 02-08-1954, Pvt. Co. "B" 115 Inf. WW-1, (Holmes Baptist)

Hathorn, Solon U; b. 05-12-1848, d. 07-14-2000, 85 Years old, US Army “Cook”, WW-2 & Korea, (Buffalo-Greene) information by Betty Radcliff Marshall

Hathorn, Thomas Jefferson; b. 04-18-1837, d. 01-29-1895, 2nd Lt., Co. “F” 17th Bttn. Ms. Cav. & Co. “C” 9th Ms. Cav. Steedes Bttn. Civil War Veteran, (Buffalo)

Hatten, Millard Lamar; b. 01-24-1921, d. 01-03-1993, h/o Dorothy (Stafford) Hatten, EM1 US Navy, WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Haupt, Adolf (Jr.); b. 08-27-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Haus, William Vail; b. 07-06-1895, d. 08-08-1972, “Conn.”, Pvt. US Army WW-1 (Pine Grove Methodist Cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Havard, Allen Dillon; b. 05-13-1918, d. 02-10-1992, h/o #1 Loana (Wilson) Havard, #2 Sarah W. (Matthews) Havard, Sgt. US Army WW-2, Wounded in Action 12-07-1944 in Guenswieler, Germany and chose to return to the front lines several months later, Bronze Star, Expert Rifleman, Purple Heart, A. T. O. Medal, WW-2 Victory Medal (Rocky Creek E-7) information provided by his daughter Lelia (Havard) Anderson

Havard, Arthur W; b. 08-31-1910, d. 01-10-1995, h/o Sarah Elizabeth (Smith) Havard, Cpl., US Army, WW-2, #34272679, Euporean Theatre-France, captured by Germans, held in Stalag 7A Moosburg Bavaria 48-12, Work camps 3324-46 Krumbachstrasse 48011, work camp Munic 48-11, Captured 09-08-1943 and Liberated 06-10-1944 (10 months), spent the last several months locked in a cattle car in Munich. Prisoner of War (Corinth)

Havard, Benjamin David; b. 12-05-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, Burnis; b. 03-21-1917, d. 06-22-1957, 40 years old, WW-2 (Shady Grove)

Havard, Calvin Ray, b. 12-18-1924, d. 05-01-1985, Pvt. US Army WW-2, (Shady Grove.)

Havard, Calvin Wilber; b. 01-04-1928, d. 10-11-1999 Military enlistment dated 05-14-1946, PFC, US ArmyAir Forces, WW-2, (Miller Memorial Cemetery-Fort Morgan, Baldwin Co., Al.)

Havard, Charles Arch; b. 06-14-1881, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, Charles Hardy; b. 10-21-1872, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, Charles Louis “Charlie”, b. 10-31-1897, d. 05-25-1968, PFC Co. "G" 167th INF. WW-1, (Shady Grove.)

Havard, Charles Thomas; b. 03-02-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, Clinton DeWitt; b. 02-09-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, Dave Warren “Dub”; b. 05-23-1927, d. 02-14-1995, Pfc., US Army, WW-2, (Canaan)

Havard, David; b. 08-24-1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, David, b. 06-17-1829, d. 1877, Co "E"17th Miss. Cav. C.S.A. (Civil War Veteran), (Shady Grove.)

Havard, Dewitt; b. 1921, d. 11-27-1945, 24 years old, US Army, WW-2, (Shady Grove) and Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Jun 23, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 112776740

Havard, Elbert A, b. 11-18-1911, d. 12-08-1944, PFC 556 QM RHD Co. WW-2, Died non-battle (Holmes Baptist)

Havard, Eli, b. 09-05-1892, d. 01-18-1969, Pvt. Co. "M" 151st INF. WW-1, (Shady Grove.)

Havard, Elver Stafford; b. 08-25-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, Ernest Clayton; b. 06-21-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, Glenn; b. 1933, d. 12-03-1995, 62 years old, Korean War Veteran (Union)

Havard, Gregory, b. 10-03-1925, d. 01-03-1994, section E-2, Gm3 US Navy WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Havard, Harley Thomas “Pete”; b. 03-14-1925, d. 12-10-2002, S1, US Navy, WW-2, (Canaan)

Havard, Henry O; b. about 1923, d. 04-26-2012, US Army, Private 711th Engineer Base Depot, he was a carpenter in the service (Rocky Creek)

Havard, Henry Patrick; b. 02-23-1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, Henry Thomas; b. 03-25-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, Hildry Glenn, b. 04-10-1933, d. 12-03-1995, CPL US Army Korea, (Union)

Havard, Hubbard; b. 03-26-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, Irvin Wesley; b. 08-21-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, James; b. 03-12-1839, d. 01-22-1904, Pvt. Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf. Enlisted 08-22-1861, discharged 04-26-1865 (Farnsworth Cem. Leaf) Civil War Veteran)

Havard, James Ellis; b. 09-05-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, James Thomas; b. 09-17-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, James Walter; b. 10-25-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, Jerry Tyrone (Sr.); b. 12-23-1944, d. 01-30-2014, 69 years old, h/o Cathy (Thompson) Havard, US Air Force Veteran, Mason and was current pastor of Perryville Missionary Baptist Church in Stone County, (Woodard Cemetery-George)

Havard, Jessie Ray, b. 08-13-1934, d. 10-27-1993, SP4, US Army, Korea, (Howard Family)

Havard, Jex D (Jr.); b. 07-27-1927, d. 12-27-1992, US Army TECH4, service battery 57th Fld. Arty. Battalion, Auto Mech mos-014 and Sharpshooter M-1 Carbine, WW-2 Victory Medal and Army of Japan Occupation Medal (Corinth)

Havard, Joe Edwin; b. 01-20-1929, d. 12-09-1993, Sgt. First Class, US Army, Korea, Bronze Star, (Shady Grove)

Havard, John, b. 01-12-1848, d. 10-01-1930, section C-7, Pvt. Co. "E" 17th Batt. Miss. Cav. C.S.A. Civil War Veteran, (Rocky Creek)

Havard, John (Sr.); b. 07-14-1925, d. 10-09-1997, 72 years old, US Military Veteran (Howard Family)

Havard, John Chester; b. 03-24-1931, d. 08-08-2009, 78 years old, h/o Frances Havard, US Navy, (H & H Cemetery) Havard, Joseph Dewitt (Sr.), b. 05-31-1910, d. 10-19-1969, section D-7, Pvt. Co. "A" 415th Inf., (Rocky Creek)

Havard, Joseph “Raymond”; b. 10-24-1938, d. 08-15-2011, h/o Brenda (Greer) Havard, US Army, (Rocky Creek)

Havard, Joseph William “Dub”; b. 02-10-1922, d. 05-06-2003, US Navy, WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Havard, Johnnie H “Little John” (Jr.), b. 07-28-1920, d. 02-17-1994, Pvt. US Army WW-2, (Corinth)

Havard, Lee Roy; b. 05-19-1921 d. 08-01-1970, Military Veteran (Corinth)

Havard, Leon Chester; b. 02-20-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, Leon Wesley, b. 03-15-1921, d. 02-11-1973, SGT US Army WW-2, (Holmes Baptist)

Havard, Lyman; b. 05-17-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, Lymon Webster; b. 04-23-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, Lymon Wirt; b. 05-05-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, Marcus Leon; b. 03-21-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, Marion Lewis; b. 11-09-1917, d. 04-10-2005, Pfc., 3rd Ranger Bn., Prisoner of War, (Highland Cemetery-Hattiesburg, Ms.)

Havard, Marion “Mace”; b. 09-25-1923, d. 03-06-2008, 84 years old, h/o Iona, US Army Ranger, WW-2, #34631569, served in North African Theatre-Italy, captured by Germans, held in Stalag 2B Hammerstein, (99 work camps in vicinity of Koshia & Stolop, West Prussia, he was captured along with fellow George Countian James L. Reeves, Prisoner of War (Refuge Methodist)

Havard, Marion Murdock; b. 09-01-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, Maurice Alan; b. 03-18-1928, d. 09-06-2008, 80 years old, US Navy Veteran, (Corinth)

Havard, Peter; b. 08-08-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, Quitman; b. 05-27-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, Randall, b. 08-05-1894, d. 05-30-1943, section C-5 Pvt. 152nd Inf. 38th Div. Miss., (Rocky Creek)

Havard, Raymond; b. 03-09-1923, d. 01-19-2011, 87 years old, US Navy, WW-2, (Shady Grove)

Havard, Richard Lester, b. 05-10-1925, d. 02-13-1977, PFC US Army WW-2 & Korea (Ball)

Havard, Richmond Ferman “Shorty”; b. 11-04-1923, d. 05-22-2006, 82 years old, US Army, WW-2, (Corinth)

Havard, Richmond Steve “Buster”; b. 09-21-1925, d. 03-10-1993, h/o Bessie Arthella Mallette, US Navy, enlisted 11-13-1943, discharged 08-31-1975, served total of 32 years, WW-2, Korea, Vietnam services. He served on board the USS Forrestal CVA-59 during the 1967 incident in which fire broke out and killed 134 sailors and another 161 were injured. Also served in Guam. (Buried with full Military Honors in Barrancas National Cemetery, Pensacola Naval Air Station, Florida)

Havard, Sam George; b. 11-10-1927, d. 10-06-1995, 67 years old, US Army, Korea (Ball)

Havard, Sammie; b. 05-31-1919, d. 12-23-1965, enlisted 06-06-1941, US Army WW-2, (Shady Grove)

Havard, Stevon Delano; b. 07-26-1969, d. 05-02-2010, h/o Tina (Lubbock) Havard, Cpl. US Marine Corp. (Macedonia)

Havard, Teddie LeRoy; b. 08-11-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, Thomas Byron; b. 12-26-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, Thomas Ivan; b. 09-09-1932, d. 11-16-1974, funeral held 11-18-1974, 42 years old, US Air Force, (Rocky Creek)

Havard, Thomas Jefferson; b. 02-02-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, Thomas Jefferson; b. 06-14-1847, d. 09-12-1937, Civil War Veteran, information from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 naming 24th Ms. Infantry (Shady Grove-George)

Havard, Try Washington; b. 06-__-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, Walter Dewitt, b. 09-26-1921, d. 11-26-1945, Purple Heart, US Navy Veteran, Killed in Action WW-2 (Shady Grove.)

Havard, Walter Leon; b. 08-06-1932, d. 11-18, 2010, 78 years old, H/o Claudia Havard, US Army, Korea, (Corinth)

Havard, Walter William; b. 02-28-1896, d. 03-31-1962, Pvt., US Army, Co. “K” 3rd Army Company Regiment, enlisted 06-15-1918, WW-1 received Victory Medal and Bronze Lapel Button (information taken from Military discharge records located in George County Court House) no cemetery named.

Havard, William Verlon; b. 12-24-1925, d. 02-02-1976, US Navy, Bronze Star, (Magnolia 2-217)

Havard, Walter William b. 02-28-1896, d. 03-31-1962, h/o Velma Hazel (Thomley) Havard, Pvt. Co. "K" Army Comp. Regt. WW-1 (Mississippi, (Rocky Creek F-6)

Havard, William Wesley; b. 1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havard, Will Roy; b. 02-12-1924, d. 02-05-2011, US Army enlistment 06-17-1943, he was injured and lost an eye, Purple Heart, Rocky Creek)

Havard, Willie Thomas, b. 01-26-1920, d. 07-27-1999, S/SGT. US Army WW-2, (Shady Grove.)

Havcuse, Charles Dalton; b. 02-15-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havens, Elijah Campbell; b. 07-24-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havens, Ernest; b. 10-20-1894, d. 02-08-1963, Pvt., Co. “B” 149th Infantry WW-1 (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Havens, Henry Cooper; b. 10-15-1831, d. 02-07-1912, Cpl., Co. “H” 15th Confederate Calvary Civil War Veteran, (Vancleave #1 Cemetery-Jackson)

Havens, James Houston; b. 02-15-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Havens, Jefferson Hill; b. 07-28-1846, d. 01-25-1940, Pvt. Co. “H” 15th Alabama Calvary, Civil War Veteran, (Jeff Havens Cemetery-Jackson)

Havens, Louis John; b. 10-19-1918, d. 02-05-1993, Pvt. US Army, WW-1 (Louis Flurry) information provided by Linda Ellis

Havens, Norman McLeod; b. 04-15-1891, d. 08-22-1949, “Texas” Wagoner, 360th Inf. 90th Div., WW-1 (Pine Grove Methodist Cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Havens, R.B; b. 07-03-1923, d. 10-14-2012, 89 years old, h/o Marie Havens, enlisted 11-19-1943, discharged 05-04-1946 US Navy WW-2 (Havens Cemetery)

Hawkins, John W; b. 03-08-1843, d. 07-01-1906, Pvt., Co. “D”, 37th Miss. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Buck Hill-Vernal)

Hawkins, Lewis; b. 06-__-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hawkins, Martin L. B. _____, d. _____, S1c US Navy Reserves, WW-2 (Sandy Branch)

Hawkins, Willie; b. _____, d. _____, Pvt. US Army (Sandy Branch)

Hayden, Elton Charles, b. 05-26-1928, d. 07-01-1990, Pvt. US Army WW-2, (Union)

Hayden, Horace E. “Archie”; b. ____, d. 10-22-2004, 82 years old, h/o Bernice R. Hayden, US Navy WW-2 (Tahoma National Cemetery-Des Moines, Iowa) information by Betty Radcliff Marshall

Haygood, Bobby Joe; b. 04-28-1930, d. 09-17-1980, h/o Louise (Lott) Haygood, Cpl. US Marines, Korea (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Haygood, Horace B, b. 08-18-1925, d. 10-18-1994, PFC US Army, WW-2, Purple Heart, (Macedonia)

Haynes, Frank Ray; b. 09-07-1931, d. 04-03-2013, 81 years old, h/o Melinda Haynes, US Army, Korea, (Magnolia)

Hays, Charley; b. 11-15-1881(registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County),

Hays, Felix Luther; b. 05-15-1898, d. 02-06-1962, Cpl., Battery “F” 56th Artillery Cac., WW-1 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hays, John Waymon (Sr.); b. ____, d. 04-24-2007, 75 years old, US Air Force & US Army, (Pachuta Cemetery-Mobile) information by Betty Radcliff Marshall

Hayzlett, William Frank “Bill”, b. 02-13-1940, d. 12-12-2001,h/o Charlotte Hazylett, SMS US Air Force, Viet Nam Veteran, (Oak Grove.)

Head, Jeffery; b. 07-16-1962, d. 07-15-1996, 33 years old, US Military Veteran, (Sandhill)

Heamstead, Horace M; b. 05-28-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Heamstead, Thomas Maurice; b. 09-12-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hearndon, Clarence Dear; b. 11-13-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hearndon, Harmon Shelley “Bunch”; b. 05-03-1931, d. 07-26-2012, US Navy, Korea (Johnson Cemetery-Wade)

Hearty, Rev. John William (Jr.); b. 03-17-1921, d. 02-15-2010, 88 years old, h/o Jasie Mae Hearty, US Army & then retired from US Air Force as Chief Master Sargent. (Rosedale Methodist Cem. Jackson County)

Heathcock, Josiah Beasley; b. 03-24-1833, d. 03-25-1904, Pvt., Co. “I” 36th Al. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Lane Cemetery-State Line)

Hedegaard, Allen Millard; b. 05-03-1921, d. 01-17-2011, 89 years old, Lt. Col., WW-2 & Korean Conflict, he received the Asiatic Pacific Theatre Ribbon with 3 Bronze Stars, the Philippine Liberation Ribbon with 1 Bronze Star and the Good Conduct Medal. He served faithfully sixty years of volunteer service after his enlistment in 1948 in the Civil Air Patrol and received many awards and recognitions for his dedicated service as Mockingbird, Civil Air Patrol, and MARS AFA4JO - Ham Radio AA5R1. (Cemetery not named in obit, Sigler in Charge) (Memorial services will be held for Allen Millard Hedegaard, 89, of Leakesville, on Sunday, January 23, 2011 at 2 p.m. at the Granly Danish Meeting House in Jackson County.)

Hedegaard, Harvey Willard; b. 04-07-1923, d. 07-01-2002, 79 years old, retired from the U.S. Navy (Magnolia 5-11-c)

Hedman, Albert C. (Jr.); b. 01-19-1920, d. 10-16-1998, CPO, US Navy retired (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hedman, Albert C. (Sr.); b. 09-13-1891, d. 01-13-1973, US Coast Guard retired (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hegwood, Benjamin Richard; b. 09-01-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hegwood, Tom G; b. 10-25-1895, d. 09-18-1985, US Army WW-1 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Heidleburg, Fred; b. 01-10-1892, d. 12-03-1960, WW-1, Pvt., Co. “C” 331st DVC Battalion (State Line “B”-Greene)

Hektor, Joseph; b. 12-02-1941, d. 08-11-2011, 69 years old, h/o Bertha Hektor, US Navy, (New Antioch Cemetery)

Helverston, Godfrey; b. 02-06-1816, d. 10-26-1893, Pvt. Co. “I” 27th Ms. Inf. Civil War Veteran (Gibson)

Helverston, James; b. 04-24-1845, d. 01-__-1910, Pvt. Co. “G” 15th Ms. Inf. Civil War Veteran, (Helverston Family)

Helverston, Peter; b. 1843, d. _______died in service, (Killed in Action) Sgt. Co. “L” 27th Ms. Inf. Civil War Veteran (Gibson)

Helverston, Richard; b. _______, d. 04-22-1864, enlisted 10-02-1861 Cpl. Co. “l” 27th Ms. Regt. Captured at Lookout Mountain, Tn. on 24 Nov 1863. Died in Prison and is buried in Rock Island Prison Cemetery (grave #1080) Prisoner of war, Civil War Veteran, (Rock Island, Illinois)

Helveston, Grover; b. 12-09-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Helvie, William W, b. 05-23-1920, d. 05-16-1946, Tech. 5, 38th Inf. Div. (Indiana), (Magnolia 2-73)

Hembree, Daniel Andrew; b. 01-23-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hembree, Stafford Tully; b. 05-14-1895, d. 04-25-1948, PFC., CAS Regiment WW-2 (McLain Cemetery-Greene)

Hembree, Thomas Wilson; b. 05-14-1895, d. 04-25-1948, Seaman 1st Class, US Navy Reserves WW-2 (McLain Cemetery-Greene)

Hembree, William Charles; b. 07-09-1926, d. 09-19-1950, Sgt. US Army, Killed in Action, WW-2 & Korea, Co. “I”, 3rd Battalion 5th Infantry Regimental Combat Team. Killed near Hansan Dong in South Korea. He was awarded the Purple Heart, the Combat Infantryman’s Badge, the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal, the National Defense Service Medal, The Korean Presidential Unit Citation, the Korean War Service Medal and the WW-2 Victory Medal (Palestine Cemetery-Tanner Williams)

Hempstead, Havard Carlton, “Jack” (Sr.); b. 04-15-1940 d. 01-07-2006, 65 years old, h/o Pauline Hempstead, United States Armed Forces Reserve, (Magnolia 5-29-a)

Hempstead, Horace; b. 05-28-1894, d. 04-23-1975, US Army, WW-1, #4294143, Private Casula Company #4, Co. “D” 105th Infantry, 27th Division Served in France, discharged 04-11-1919 (Rocky Creek)

Hempstead, John W, b. 01-18-1927, d. 04-02-1980, section B-6, US Navy WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Hempstead, Robert L; b. 02-10-1930, d. 01-31-2009, 78 years old, h/o Sarah Elizabeth, US Navy, Korea, Vietnam, (Culpeper National Cemetery, Culpeper, Virginia)

Hempstead, Thomas Morris (Sr.); b. 09-12-1896, d. 06-02-1961, 64 years old, WW-1, served in France, discharged 07-24-1919 (Magnolia 1-399)

Hempstead, Thomas Morris (Jr.); b. 01-05-1927, d. 11-08-1995, 68 years old, US Military Veteran, (Magnolia 1-399)

Henderson, Anguish S; b. 08-05-1917, d. 08-29-1964, Pvt., Co. “G” 326th Infantry, WW-2 (Henderson-Greene)

Henderson, Barkley B (Sr.); b. 01-08-1935, d. 12-23-2004, SP4, 631st Fld. Artillery, 69 years old, (Magnolia 2-139)

Henderson, Chapman; b. 03-23-1843, d. 10-04-1883, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Henderson-Piave, Ms.)

Henderson, Dan H, b. 12-30-1916, d. 02-10-1977, (4-57-D), Sgt. US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 4-57-d)

Henderson, Denvil L; b. 06-10-1924, d. 09-27-2012, 88 years old, h/o Mary Sue (Husbands) Henderson US Army WW-2, (White House Cemetery-Clara)

Henderson, Everett, b. 08-05-1917, d. 01-15-1972, Pvt. 834th Qm. Co. WW-2, (Magnolia 4-49-b)

Henderson, George D; b. 07-02-1933, d. 12-17-2008, 75 years old, h/o Helen (Clark) Henderson, US Air Force, Korea (Magnolia)

Henderson, Lige (Jr.), b.06-21-1933, d.11-09-1961, SFC 357th Ord. Co. (Miss.), (Magnolia 2-140)

Henderson, Rickey D, b. 01-13-1951, d. 05-31-1970, Pvt. Co. "E" BN 3 AIT BDE, died at age 19 in car accident, (Corinth)

Henderson, Robert K; b. 05-11-1912, d. 01-20-1994, h/o Mary E. (Goff) Henderson, US Army, WW-2 (Magnolia 1-374)

Henderson, Thomas E; b. 10-05-1874, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Henderson, Thomas Owen; b. 09-17-1905, d. 12-25-1989, US Military veteran (Magnolia 2-157)

Henderson, Thomas W, b. 03-24-1929, d. 04-18-1997, HM2 US Navy, Korea, (Magnolia 2-215)

Henderson, William Nathan; b. 1831, d. 1861, Killed In Action, Civil War Veteran, name from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 naming 24th Ms. Infantry (no more information given)

Hendren, Floyd Ginnens; b. 04-18-1924, d. 04-02-1948, WW-2 (State Line “W”-Greene)

Henley, Herman C; b. 03-14-1908, d. 02-01-1960, h/o Ruby Nell Henley, US Navy, WW-2 (Magnolia 1-375)

Hennis, Billy Wayne, b. 03-12-1933, d. 03-22-2002, PFC US Army Korea, (Oak Grove.)

Henry, Johnnie Andrew (Sr.); b. 04-04-1920, d. 11-16-1997, h/o Carolyn Virginia Henry, Sgt. US Army, WW-2, (Highland Cemetery-Hattiesburg)

Herndon, Claude; b. 06-29-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Herndon, Hilyard Seacil (Cecil); b. 12-07-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Herndon, Leonard Earl; b. 07-01-1894, d. 12-06-1942, US Army, WW-1 (Sweetwater-Greene)

Herndon, William P; b. _______, d. _______, Enlisted 1862, 9th Ms. Cav. Served under Col. Steede and Captain McInnis, Civil War Veteran He received a Confederate pension in George County. (Cemetery was not named)

Herring, Bobby White; b. 12-24-1929, d. 11-17-1961, T/Sgt., 20th Air Division, US Air Force, Korea (McLain Cemetery-Greene)

Herring, Jake; b. ____, d. 01-10-1931, WW-1 US Army 319th Field Artillery, 82nd Division (McLain City Cemetery)

Herring, John S; b. 08-02-1893, d. 08-13-1964, MS. PFC Co. “D” 37th Inf., WW-1 (Arlington cemetery-Beaumont, Perry County)

Herrington, Dr. Dewey Josephenghis; b. 06-27-1933, d. 09-08-2014, 81 years old, h/o Barbara Herrington, US Army, Korea, (Magnolia Cemetery-with Military honors)

Herrington, Jimmy Teel; b. 04-08-1947, d. 08-22-2009, 62 years old, US Army, Vietnam, (Herrington Family Cemetery)

Herrington, John Milton; b. 12-25-1825, d. 10-26-1881, Civil War Veteran, C.S.A., Pvt. Co. “H” 5th Miss Inf. (State Troops), (Fairley-Herrington cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Herrington, Raymond Dempaey; b. 01-12-1929, d. 01-18-1995, 66 years old, US Navy (Blue Springs Cemetery – Alabama)

Hester, Gene Louis; b. 08-12-1948, d. 07-21-1972, SP4 US Army Vietnam (machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hester, James Charles; b. 05-12-1920, d. 06-20-1994, US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hester, James Henry; b. 09-12-1920, d. 10-26-1970, Pfc., 410th Base Unit AAF. WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hester, L.C; b. 03-30-1907, d. 05-23-1986, US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hester, William Gilbert; b. 09-14-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hewlett, Dean; b. 08-24-1916, d. 06-05-1985, 1st Lt., US Air Force/MSgt. US Army Air Force WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hewlett, Elizabeth (Taylor), b. 11-12-1940, d. 06-10-1998, section D-10, A2C US Air Force, (Rocky Creek)

Hickman, Ellis Vernon; b. 10-14-1892, d. 12-12-1946, WW-1, (Sumrall Cemetery-Stone County, Ms.)

Hickman, Herman A; b. 02-15-1921, d. 03-25-1984, h/o Edna Erle Hickman, Tech5 US Army, WW-2 (Crossroads Missionary Baptist Cemetery, New Augusta, Ms.)

Hickman, John Olna, b. 01-30-1919, d. 01-01-1996, section D-4, SM1 US Navy, (Rocky Creek)

Hiestand, Donald Richard; b. 07-27-1922, d. 01-26-1981, Pfc., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hilbun, Ben F.“Dr.”; b. 11-14-1890, d. 12-__-1963, 73 years old, WW-1 Veteran, Oktibbeha Memorial Gardens, Starksville, Ms.)

Hilbun, Janet Louise (Taylor); b. 03-26-1959, d. 03-02-2012, E-6 US National Guard “Retired”, Operation Desert Storm & Operation Iraqi Freedom, (James Family-Greene County)

Hilbun, Vernon F (Sr.), b. 12-30-1907, d. 12-07-1974, CM2 US Navy, (Corinth)

Hill, Clayton N, b. 08-24-1927, d. 01-11-1991, US Navy, WW-2, (Crossroads Free Pentecostal.)

Hill, John Gilbert; b. 08-16-1918, d. 02-21-1990, Pvt., US Army, WW-2, h/o Annie Ruth, (Hilltop)

Hill, Julius W; b. 04-24-1925, d. 03-11-1965, 40 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Jackson Memorial Park-Pascagoula, Ms.)

Hill, Leonard D; b. 06-16-1902, d. 04-15-1971, Pvt., Co. “C” 338th Infantry WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hill, Louis Julian; b. 09-12-1914, d. 09-02-1975, Pfc., US Army (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hill, Milton W; b. 02-21-1915, d. 01-25-1994, Cpl., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hill. Morris; b. 03-03-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hillman, Alderson Calloway “AC”; b. 10-26-1920, d. 04-01-2015, 94 years old, husband of Anne Virginia (McLeod) Hillman, US Marines, WW-2 was on board the USS California “Battleship” in Pearl Harbor during the attack by the Japaneese, 12-07-1941, also served in the US Army reserves and was a Mason, buried with full Military honors and all Mason rights, Pearl Harbor Survivor (Woodard Cemetery)

Hillman, Angelo Ford; b. 01-04-1907, d. 07-19-1982, US Navy, rating F1st class, USS Haggard DD-555 (Pleasant Hill-Greene)

Hillman, Charlie; b. 04-16-1832, d. 06-09-1871, Pvt., Co. “I” 36th Al. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Abb Breland-Neely)

Hillman, Douglas A; b. 09-04-1931, d. 07-20-2003, 71 years old, h/o Betty Hillman, US Navy, (Corinth)

Hillman, Howard Delane; b. ____, d. 03-17-2014, 79 years old, US Navy, (Westerfield Cemetery-Greene)

Hillman, Leonard P; b. 12-07-1907, d. 08-18-1973, TECH5 US Army WW-2 (Sweetwater)

Hillman, Lewis Van D.“Dog”; b. 08-23-1948, d. 02-17-1991, funeral held 10-27-1981, 68 years old, US Army WW-2, (Corinth)

Hillman, Mack; b. 03-02-1896, d. 08-14-1963, Pvt., CAS Detachment 10th Recon Dept. (Old Washington-Neely-Greene)

Hillman, Pinkney George; b. 04-14-1829, d. 04-09-1916, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Washington-Neely)

Hillman, Randolph R; b. 06-16-1918, d. 03-29-1943, Pfc., 26th Infantry, 1st Infantry Division, WW-2, Killed In Action, Purple Heart, (Old Washington-Neely Cemetery-Greene)

Hillman, Roland N; b. 10-24-1930, d. 04-06-1970, Pvt US Army Korea (Neely-Old Washington)

Hillman, Thurman Horton; b. 05-10-1920, d. 07-19-1990, 70 years old, Lt. Col. US Army, (Daughdrill Family Cemetery-Greene County, Mississippi)

Hilton, James C; b. 11-18-1914, d. 03-21-1997, 82 years old, US Navy (Hickory Grove Cemetery-Laurel, Mississippi)

Hines, Jesse James (Jr.); b. 08-02-1918, d. 06-10-1979, SC1 US Navy, WW-2 (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Hines, Jesse James (Sr.) “Yank”; b. 10-05-1892, d. 05-02-1967, Pfc., US Army WW-1 (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Hinkle, Hubert Howard; b. 03-18-1920, d. 09-04-1961, TSgt., 3380th Air Base Group AF (William Seymour cem. Jackson county) information by Ray Bellande

Hinman, James C; b. 01-01-1920, d. 06-01-1995, Sgt., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hinson, Calvin; b. 01-23-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hinson, Daniel Jefferson; b. 02-23-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hinson, James Belah “Jab” (Jr.); b. 01-06-1916, d. 07-17-1942, died non-battle, North Carolina, WW-2, PVT. US Army, (Magnolia 1-367)

Hinton, Hollise Hermon; b. 12-31-1928, d. 06-30-2011, 82 years old, h/o Joyce Hinton, US Army, Korea, (Joyner Cemetery located in Tanner Williams)

Hinton, Hue Kermit; b. 01-11-1922, d. 09-27-1978, funeral held 09-30-1978, 56 years old, US Navy, WW-2 (Joyner Cemetery-Tanner Williams)

Hinton, James Rayburn “Jim”; b. 01-04-1938, d. 12-31-2009, 71 years old, retired U.S. Army, (Rocky Creek)

Hinton, Jesse; b. 05-22-1818, d. 04-06-1900, Pvt., Co. “G” 7th Battalion Ms. Infantry, enlisted 05-06-1862, discharged 05-04-1865 Civil War Veteran (Tanners-Jackson)

Hinton, Sam; b. 10-05-1906, d. 12-13-1970, 64 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Tanner’s Cemetery)

Hinton, William G; b. 11-05-1841, d. 10-30-1916, Pvt., Co. “E’ 36th Al. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (State Line Cemetery)

Hite, Woodson, b. 01-20-1911, d. 04-27-1980, h/o Lucille (Butts) Hite, US Army WW-2, (Sand Hill.)

Hobby, Bowden Angus; b. 02-12-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hobby, Carl; b. 07-17-1911, d. 07-30-1977, funeral held 08-01-1977, 66 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Beaumont Cemetery-Beaumont, Ms.)

Hobby, Clayton “Dick”; b. 11-26-1919 d. 12-03-1988, 69 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Holmes)

Hobby, Crawford Edgar; b. 12-03-1923, d. 02-03-2011, 87 years old, h/o Lavonia (Howard) Hobby, US Army WW-2 (Pine Grove-Greene County)

Hobby, Henry Crawford; b. 04-22-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hobby, J. B, b. 11-19-1917, d. 12-15-1957, PFC 440 Air Service Group AAF WW-2 Bronze Service Medal, Purple Heart, (Holmes Baptist)

Hobby, Jexie Ray, b. 04-05-1930, d. 08-16-1991, SFC. US Army Korea, (Magnolia 1-413)

Hobby, Welch Isam; b. 03-22-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hobdy, Edmond Evans; b. 04-09-1920, d. 05-10-2002, 82 years old, h/o Gladys (Knight) Hobdy, US Navy, WW-2, (Magnolia 6-66-a-3)

Hodges, Ford C; b. 12-11-1919, d. 05-23-2011, 91 years old, h/o Marie P. Hodges, US Navy, WW-2 (McLeod-Magnolia-Greene County)

Hodges, James Ellis; b. 02-15-1916, d. 10-03-1976, funeral held 10-04-1976, 60 years old, US Army, WW-2, (Barton)

Hodges, Jewel Lafayette; b. 10-25-1935, d. 12-15-2004, SP5, Missile Bn.,70 years old, (Shady Grove)

Hodges, Paul Rudolph, b. 04-15-1931, d. 06-26-2006, Cpl. US Army Korea, (Magnolia 4-10-b)

Holcomb, Caswell R; b. 12-19-1927, d. 12-21-1986, 59 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Barton)

Holder, Allen Glover (Jr.); b. 05-20-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Holder, James W; b.____, d. 04-11-1938, Pvt., 60th Infantry 5th Infantry Division, WW-1 (McLain & Wade-Greene)

Holder, Robert Grady; b. 06-15-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Holder, William Boykin; b. about 1914, d. (military info and death date not available) He is listed on the 1941-1945 Military veterans list of Killed in Action for the US Navy, Marine Corps and Coast guard. Purple Heart, Seaman 1st Class, US Navy husband of Eloise (McLain) Holder (Cemetery not named)

Holifield, Albert Terry (Sr.); b. 11-16-1950 d. 09-05-2010, 59 years old, h/o Betty Jean, US Air Force, Viet Nam, (Rhymes)

Holifield, Billy Winfred (Sr.); b. 11-04-1931, d. 05-04-1988, US Air Force, Korea (Barton)

Holifield, Bobby John; b. 09-20-1934, d. 01-30-2004, 69 years old, h/o Gloria Jean Holifield, US Navy, (Oak Grove)

Holifield, Columbus Eugene; b. 11-12-1918, d. 05-31-1979, 60 years old, US Army, WW-2 (McLain Cemetery-McLain, Ms.)

Holifield, George T, b. 10-17-1918, d. 10-17-1991, PFC, US Army, WW-2, (Carter)

Hollanan, Lyman Horace; b. 09-28-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Holland, Abizer; Co. “H” 22nd Regiment of Lousiana (Jackson County District 3, filed for pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran

Holland, Albert Virgie; b. 07-25-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Holland, Alvin; b. _______, d. 03-26-1945, Pfc., #34924662354th Infantry Regiment, 89th Infantry division, Killed in Action in Germany, WW-2, buried in Luxembourg American Cemetery, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg. Plot E, Row 15, grave #71 Purple Heart Created by: CWGC/ABMC Record added: Aug 06, 2010 Find A Grave Memorial # 56061751

Holland, Charles A. (Jr.); b. 06-22-1926, d. 11-23-1954, SFC, US Army, WW-2, Korea, (Shady Grove)

Holland, Charles A. (Sr.); b. 05-26-1896, d. 10-07-1977, Pfc., WW-1, Calvary, Was a George County Sherriff at one time, died in Biloxi VA Hospital (Shady Grove)

Holland, Chip; b. ___, d. ___, US Army National Guard, (no cemetery named) information by Wanda Roberts-George county middle school teacher)

Holland, Cleve C; b. 10-08-1896, d. _____; Fireman 2nd Class, US Navy, discharged 04-05-1919, WW-1, served aboard the USS Louisville, Information from Military discharge records located in George County Court House (no cemetery named)

Holland, David Leslie, b. 12-25-1919, d. 09-10-1996, Tech. 4 US Army WW-2, (Bexley Baptist.) Holland, David Matthew, b. 10-15-1968, d. 02-05-1992, SP4 US Army "Persian Gulf", (Bexley Baptist.)

Holland, Delma Owen, “Buster” (Sr.), b. 12-21-1923, d. 10-08-2001, h/o Vernice Jensia (Allman) Holland, 1st Lt. US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 4-30-c)

Holland, Dock Louis, b. 05-07-1913, d. 07-14-1992, US Navy WW-2, (Shady Grove.)

Holland, Donnis Elton, b. 07-20-1925, d. 05-28-1978, h/o Edna Jo (Bristow) Holland, S1 US Navy WW-2, (Magnolia 4-79-d)

Holland, Edward S, b. 12-23-1930, d. 11-15-1987, PFC US Army, Korea, (Macedonia)

Holland, Everette L; b. 02-20-1932, d. 03-09-1997, Cpl. US Army Korea (Rocky Creek)

Holland, Henry E; b. 01-07-1907, d. 01-30-1989, 82 years old, WW-2 Veteran (Shady Grove)

Holland, Hollis Harold; b. 09-25-1924, d. 06-22-2009, 83 years old, US Army, WW-2, (Macedonia)

Holland, Irving Wesley; b. 09-18-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Holland, Jacob Merian; b. 05-13-1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County) Holland, James Artie, b. 06-15-1886, d. 03-28-1968, Pvt. HQ 3 BN 329 INF WW-1, (Corinth)

Holland, James Preston; b. 03-19-1919, d. 12-27-1998, US Navy rate AP (Apprentice seaman), USNRS Jackson, Ms., USNTADC & WIMVA (Magnolia 2-2D)

Holland, Jerry Leon, b. 03-19-1943, d. 08-09-1998, A1C US Air Force Vietnam, (Union)

Holland, John; b. 1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Holland, John Edward; b. 08-25-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Holland, John Wesley, b. 05-13-1926, d. 05-24-2004, Tech. 5 US Army WW-2, (Northside Baptist)

Holland, Johnnie Woodrow, b. 09-11-1920, d. 02-20-1994, Tech. 5, h/o Louise (Pridgen) Holland,US Army, WW-2, (Macedonia)

Holland, Lester Norman; b. 01-21-1917, d. 07-17-1969, 52 years old, WW-2 Veteran (Magnolia)

Holland. Lloyd; b. 05-25-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Holland, Maurice William; b. 11-26-1926, d. 12-23-1998, US Navy WW-2 (Mt. Pisgah ommunity)

Holland, Robert Kelly; b. 12-02-1939, d. 08-24-1980, Pfc. US Army, Vietnam, (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Holland, Thomas Jefferson; b. 05-06-1901, d. 01-19-1963 WW-2 US Military Veteran (vet. Info provided by his grand daughter Dawn (Holland) Keys (Macedonia-B2)

Holland, Vaudie Evon; b. 07-23-1923, d. 02-26-2009, 85 years old, h/o Josephine (Ferrante) Holland, US Navy WW-2 (Shady Grove)

Holland, Walter Ray "Bill", b. 06-18-1932, d. 01-04-1969, Pvt. H & S Co. 4 ENGR. “C” BN., (Shady Grove.)

Holland, Willie; b. ____, d. ____, US Army National Guard, (cemetery not named) information by Wanda Roberts- George County middle school teacher

Holland, Wm. Thomas; b. 12-05-1815, d. 02-11-1890, Spanish American War Veteran (Crossroads Methodist)

Holley, B.E; b. _______, d. _______, (this name was taken from the City Cemetery List of Veterans) No dates or other veteran’s information available, (Magnolia) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Jun 23, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 112785636

Holley, Delton Lee; b. 05-07-1925, d. 11-30-2002, h/o Elizabeth, US Navy, brother of Dallas and Overtis Holley (Pleasanton Memorial Gardens Cemetery-Pleasanton California)

Holley, Michael Noel; b. 07-28-1947, d. 09-28-1978, Sgt., US Air Force, Vietnam (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Holliman, Elec Barney; b. 03-04-1929, d. 10-25-1999, 70 years old, Korean War Veteran, (Rocky Creek)

Holliman, John Tallie, b. 05-22-1913, d. 03-11-1989, PFC US Army WW-2 (Ball)

Holliman, Keither; b. 05-22-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Holliman, Linzy Lindon; b. 11-09-1932, d. 09-20-2014, h/o Jeanette Carol (Devers) Holliman US Army, Korean service (Shady Grove)

Holliman, Maurice; b. 05-16-1917, d. 11-09-1969, 52 years old, WW-2 Veteran (Ball)

Hollinghead, Ernest Walton “Simmie”; b. 12-11-1947, d. 11-20-2007, 59 years old, h/o Brenda Hollinghead, US Army, Vietnam, (Howell)

Hollinghead, Prentis Powe, b. 07-19-1919, d. 07-22-1980, US Army, WW-2, (Magnolia 4-86-b)

Hollingshead, Aaron G, b. 07-14-1920, d. 07-30-1970, PR2 US Navy WW-2, Korea, (Union)

Holliway, Mack; b. 03-09-1877, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hollman, Grady Wilburn, b. 03-03-1916, d. 04-26-1991, US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 4-3-d)

Hollman, Joel Wilburn; b. 05-12-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hollman, Thomas; b. 02-08-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hollmon, Abner B; b. 12-20-1847, d. 01-21-1949, Pvt., Co., “H” 34th Ms. Militia, served under Regt. Captain John Ellis (Macedonia) Civil War Veteran

Hollmon, Maurice, b. 05-16-1917, d. 11-09-1969, Pvt. 660 Port Co. TC, WW-2 (Ball)

Holloman, Richard Eugene; b. 06-03-1952, d. 06-14-2013, 61 years old, h/o Linda D. Holloman, US Navy, Viet Nam (4-67-d Magnolia)

Holloman, Roy Mack (Sr.); b. 09-23-1934, d. 08-08-1985 A2C US Air Force Korea (Mt. Pisgah Pentecostal)

Holloway, Daniel Earl; b. 12-27-1956, d. 12-14-2001, US Army (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Holloway, Davis Lynell; b. 09-26-1921, d. 12-10-1995, 74 years old, US Military Veteran, WW-2 (Ball)

Holmes, Carl George; b. 06-10-1923, d. 06-01-1994, 70 years old, US Army, WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Holmes, David Micheal; b. 12-07-1947, d. 02-25-2007, 59 years old, Vietnam Veteran, (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Holmes, Robert McKinley; b. 06-23-1911, d. 12-__-1981, Pfc US Army WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Holt, Curtis Lloyd; b. 08-02-1920, d. 02-09-2005, h/o Pauline Holt, US Army, WW-2, (New Hope)

Holt, Frederick Lee; b. 11-14-1955, d. 12-26-2014, 59 years old, US Navy, Vietnam, Son of R.P. & Libby (Holifield) Holt (no cemetery named in obituary-George County Funeral Home)

Holt, Wayne J, b. 02-29-1936, d. 12-30-1997, US Navy, Vietnam, (Magnolia 4-91-b)

Holton, Dale; b. 09-04-1930, d. 12-06-2003, 73 years old, h/o Margaret L. Holton, US Army, (Crossroads United Methodist)

Holyfield, Waymon Blackwell, b. 03-10-1924, d. 08-09-1996, (section E-4) PFC US Army WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Hood, Archie Roane; b. 05-10-1926, d. 07-13-1978, Pvt., US Air Force, Korea (Machpelah cem. Jackso County) information by Robert Reeves

Hood, Larry; b. _____, d. 05-05-2015, 61 years old, h/o Sherry (Sharpe) Hood, US Army (Hunt-Whittington Cemetery-Perkinston)

Hood, Michael Lynn, b. 08-02-1956, d. 10-25-2003, S/SGT. US Army, Vietnam, (New Antioch. – Twin Creek Road)

Hood, W.H; b. 1862, d. 03-13-1937, Spanish American War Veteran, 75 years old of Shipman, Miss. Died in Mobile, Alabama, buried in V ermillion Cemetery, Fayette Township, Vigo County, Indiana)

Hoover, Cecil; b. 03-28-1920, d. _______, US Army Corporal, 3850th Quartermaster Truck Company, China & Central Burma, APTO Medal, Good Conduct Medal WW-2 Victory Medal (_________) need cemetery name

Horn, John William; b. 1880, d. 1956, WW-1 Veteran (Rocky Creek)

Horn, Lowell Mason; b. 12-01-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Horn, Wm. Merle; b. 11-09-1914, d. 08-05-1969, Sgt., (Magnolia 4-54-b)

Horne, Burnis Rue; b. 10-21-1896, d. 11-15-1981, 85 years old, WW-1 Veteran (Union)

Horne, Geraldine; b. ____, d. ____,

Horne, John; b. _______, d. _______, funeral 09-21-1964, Lt. US Navy (Evergreen Cemetery-Gulfport, Ms.)

Horne, Robert Elton (Jr.); d. 06-08-1951, Lt. US Navy, (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Horne, Willie Fount, b. 10-31-1898, d. 02-24-1983, Pvt. US Army WW-1, (Magnolia 2-276)

Horton, Virgil Bley; b. 12-04-1932, d. 07-02-2014, 81 years old, h/o Helen Horton, US Army, (Holley Springs Baptist Church cemetery- Holley Springs)

Hoskins, Charles Thomas “Chuck”; b. 11-06-1930, d. 09-03-2009, h/o Clovis Hoskins, US Army Air Corps. & US Air Force 1947 thru 1970, Sharpshooter 3, Marksman 4, Expert Marksman 5, 2 Purple Hearts, Jungle Expert, Republic of Viet Nam Gallantry Cross w/star, Master EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal-defused land mines and Improvised Explosive devices), Airman Medal for Heroism, Air Force overseas service short tour, Air Force overseas service long tour, 2 Bronze Stars, Air Medal, Air Force Commendation Medal, Air Force outstanding unit award, Army Good Conduct Award, US Air Force Good Conduct award, Vietnam Campaign medal, National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal w/3 stars. (Rocky Creek) My son in law David Pilkington’s step dad)

Hosli, James E; b. 07-18-1913, d. ____, Pvt., US Army (William Seymour cem. Jackson county) information by Ray Bellande

Howard, Frank L; b. 04-16-1920, d. 01-16-1972, Pfc. US Army WW-2 (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Houghton, George Keith; b. 07-30-1953, d. 1-09-2007, Sgt., US Air Force Vietnam (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Houston, Milas W; b. 07-16-1935, d. 04-18-1996, h/o Rita (Lennep) Houston, IC1 US Navy, (Machpelah cem., Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hovatter, William Jennings Bryan; b. 08-04-1897, d. 09-24-1969, WW-1 Veteran, (County Line cemetery)

Hoven, James Earl; b. _______, d. 09-13-1927, Sgt. 13th Field Artillery, 4th Division US Army, WW-1 (Pine Crest Cemetery-Jackson, Al.) Created by: Rachel Wilson Record added: Mar 30, 2011 Find A Grave Memorial # 67671878

Hoven, M.K. (Sr.); b. 07-02-1916, d. 09-17-1988, 72 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Valhalla Cemetery-Seemes, Alabama)

Hovins, Charles; b. 08-01-1829, d. 02-__-1905, Pvt. Co. “H” 15th Alabama Infantry, enlisted 03-09-1864, discharged 05-04-1865, Civil War Veteran (Byrd’s Family Cemetery-Jackson)

Howard, Charles Ervin; b. 05-21-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howard, Clifton Lewis; b. 1942, d. 01-04-2003, 61 years old, h/o Gloria Howard, US Army, (Howard Cemetery-Bexley)

Howard, David; b. 04-10-1926, d. 02-13-2015, 88 years old, h/o Irene Howard, US Army, WW-2 Veteran (Magnolia Cemetery-George)

Howard, Harrell Dorgan (Sr.); b. 07-15-1936, d. 06-09-1993, A3C, US Air Force, (Magnolia 4-73-c)

Howard, James Douglas; b. 08-13-1946, d. 03-22-2012, 65 years old, US Army, (Bexley Baptist Church Cemetery)

Howard, John; Indian Wars, regiment: Alabama Militia Florida War (George County Land grant to Mississippi soldiers, granted to Wm. E. Clark)

Howard, John Jackson, b. 10-18-1831, d. 09-13-1909, Pvt. Co. “A” 12th Florida Inf. Civil War Veteran, (Howard Family-Bexley-George County))

Howard, Lafayette, b. 11-02-1889, d. 10-06-1959, Pvt. US Army WW-1, (Holmes)

Howard, McKinley; b. 12-15-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howard, Monroe Medford; b. 08-29-1927, d. 02-04-1988, US Army, WW-2, (Barton)

Howard, Oscar H; b. 08-06-1922, d. 04-19-1997, Sfc. (Holmes)

Howard, Otis Carl; b. 06-22-1930, d. 12-29-2012, 82 years old, h/o Mary E. Howard, US Army Japan & Korean Conflict, (Barton Baptist)

Howard, Sam; b. 12-06-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howard, Samuel Jackson; b. 09-29-1896, d. 03-21-1960, S2C US Navy Reserves WW-1 (Scotland)

Howell, Adrian Ealon, b. 01-28-1947, d. 12-04-1967, (4-19-C), 20 years old, Purple Heart, FN US Navy, Vietnam, “Killed in Action” (Magnolia) He is listed on the Vietnam Memorial Wall Panel 31E, line 035

Howell, Albert Wesley; b. 10-02-1932, d. 06-08-2012, 79 years old, h/o Willodean Howell, US Air Force, Korea, (Howell)

Howell, Alton; b. _______, d. 12-25-1944, 262nd Infantry, 66th Infantry Division, Purple Heart, Killed In Action WW-2 Pfc., His name is listed on the Tablets of the Missing at Normandy American Cemetery located in Colleville-sur-Mer, France Created by: CWGC/ABMC Record added: Aug 08, 2010 Find A Grave Memorial # 56645800

Howell, Anse; b. 11-12-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, Arlie Ray; b. 07-24-1926, d. 07-09-2009, 82 years old, h/o Velma Howell, Paratrooper, US Army, WW-2, (Crossroads United Methodist)

Howell, Arthur; b. 02-09-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, Aubrey, Grady; b. 01-03-1924, d. 06-09-1989, Veteran, (Union)

Howell, Benjamin Sullivan; b. 09-27-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, Billy Wendell; b. 12-15-1935, d. 01-10-2001, 65 years old, US Army & US Marine Corps. (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Howell, Birtus B; b. 04-01-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, Bruce ONeal; b. 12-09-1932, d. 05-20-1978, National Guard, Korea (Macedonia)

Howell, Cadmus Eugene; b. 11-09-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, Cecil Ross; b. 08-22-1928, d. 01-12-2009, 80 years old, Merchant Marines WW-2, (Howell)

Howell, C.F; Co. “E” 36th Regt., (Jackson County District 1, filed for pension 1907) Civil War Veteran

Howell, Charles Curtis; b. 03-24-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, Charles Lindsey; b. 04-11-1936, d. 05-30-2004, 68 years old, US Army (Shady Grove)

Howell, Charles Trueman “Buster”; b. 05-15-1922, d. 12-24-2004, Sgt., CBI, 1943-1945, 82 years old, (Refuge)

Howell, Charlie Clarence; b. 12-12-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, Cornelius Loranzo “Reverend”; b. 07-29-1891, d, 12-08-1966, 75 years old, US Army, WW-1 (Refuge)

Howell, Curtis Calhone; b. 03-11-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, Daniel; b. 04-16-1916, d. 07-27-1945, Pfc., US Army, 155th Inf., WW-2, “Mississippi”, died non-battle causes, (Refuge)

Howell, Daniel Emory; b. 10-20-1874, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, Daniel L; b. 10-11-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, Delbert Lee; b. 01-09-1920, d. 04-02-2004, US Navy, 1942-1945, (Ellisville Cemetery, Ellisville, Ms.)

Howell, Donnell James; b. 12-30-1930, d. 06-11-2007, Sgt., Korea, US Army (Crossroads Pentecostal)

Howell, Ealon C; b. 02-22-1922, d. 06-25-1988, US Air Force, (Magnolia)

Howell, "Reverend" Elder (Sr.), b. 06-25-1924, d. 11-06-2007, US Army, WW-2, National Guard & US Army Reserve, (Refuge) (information provided by his wife Mrs. Elder Howell), was not marked as a veteran.

Howell, Elbert Curtis; b. 09-07-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, Ellis; b. 11-10-1915, d. 12-03-1978, 63 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Crossroads Methodist)

Howell, Ernest; b. 08-30-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, Franklin Glen; b. 02-12-1932, d. 09-16-2013, 81 years old, h/o #1 Annie O. Howell, survived by #2 Nancy Pearl (Roberts) Howell, US Air Force Police (Union)

Howell, George Columbus; b. 02-11-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, George Curtis; b. 10-30-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, George Gorden; b. 09-29-1897, d. 09-16-1970, funeral 09-03-1970, 72 years old, WW-1 Veteran, (Shady Grove)

Howell, George Reginald; b. 09-02-1934, d. 08-07-2009, 74 years old, h/o Juanita G. Howell, US Army, (James Howell Family Cemetery)

Howell, George Willie “Buster”; b. 11-24-1929, d. 11-24-1965, 35 years old, Korean War Veteran (Crossroads Methodist)

Howell, Grady, Monroe; b. 01-01-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, Guy O; b. 04-07-1924, d. 06-15-2008, h/o Vivian Bobbie Howell, US Navy, GM3cl., 1 Silver Star, 10 Bronze Stars, 84 years old, (Barton)

Howell, Halsey Douglas (Sr.); b. 04-10-1939, d. 02-04-2012, 72 years old, h/o Bonnie Ethel Howell, US Air Force B-36 bomber mechanic, (Greenwood Cemetery-Summerdale, Al.)

Howell, Henry C, b. 11-06-1894, d. 02-01-1948, 1st Div. 28th Inf. WW-1, Wagoner Infantry Regular Army Reserve, discharged 08-03-1920, Shady Grove.)

Howell, Henry Dewitt (Sr.), b. 02-18-1924, d. 01-11-1971, Pfc. 162nd Qm. Bn. WW-2, (Crossroads Methodist.)

Howell, Henry H; b. 04-06-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, Ira Monroe; b. 11-26-1928, d. 10-17-2007, 78 years old, US Army, 23 years of service, (Crossroads United Methodist)

Howell, Irvin Napoleon; b. 08-20-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, James; b. 08-17-1828, d. 04-13-1899, h/o Martha (Eubanks) Howell, 9th Ms. Cav, Steede’s Battalion Civil War Veteran (James Howell Cemetery)

Howell, James Clifton, b. 05-07-1921, d. 03-29-1969, Pfc. Co. "E" 157th Inf. WW-2, (Crossroads Methodist.)

Howell, James Marvin; b. 09-28-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, James Napoleon; b. 04-05-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, James R; b. 1917, d. 02-08-1969, 52 years old, Col. US Air Force (flew 35 combat missions over Europe), (Highland Park cemetery)

Howell, James Walton; b. 01-10-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, James William; b. 03-26-1926, d. 01-03-1990, S1C, US Navy, WW-2, (Shady Grove)

Howell, John Edward, b. 03-01-1924, d. 09-14-2004, US Marines, WW-2, (Macedonia)

Howell, John Huey; b. 10-20-1934, d. 12-19-2005, US Army, Pvt., (Rocky Creek), (information provided by his wife Willene Howell, was not marked as a veteran.

Howard, John Jackson; b. 10-18-1931, d. 09-13-1909, Pvt. US Army “Florida” (Howard Family Cemetery-Bexley)

Howell, John Thomas; b. 07-10-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, John Wesley; b. 03-23-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, Johnnie Truman, b. 10-28-1923, d. 11-25-2000, S1, US Navy, WW-2, (Crossroads Free Pentecostal)

Howell, Larry William (Sr.); b. 09-15-1941, d. 05-28-2004, 62 years old, US Army, (Crossroads Free Pentecostal)

Howell, Lee; b. 02-02-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, Lee Roy; b. 12-31-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, Leonard Cohen; b. 03-27-1929, d. 08-05-1999, 71 years old, h/o Bessie Howell, Korean War Veteran, (Shady Grove)

Howell, Leonard L; b. 1902, d. 1960, funeral held 08-18-1960, US Navy, WW-2 (Valley View Cemetery-Ordway, Colorado)

Howell, L.N. “Lue” (Jr.); b. 10-12-1897, d. 08-26-1965, Cpl., US Marine Corp. Reserve # 21711318, (Hilltop)

Howell, Louis Napoleon; b. 10-12-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, Lyman Calvin; b. 06-28-1924, d. 03-09-1968, Funeral 03-11-1968, 43 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Crossroads Methodist)

Howell, Mack, b. 01-17-1896, d. 03-27-1952, Pvt. 162nd Depot Brigade WW-1, (Miss), (James Howell Family)

Howell, Marcus Napolian “Reverend”; b. 05-24-1895, d. 04-21-1980, 84 years old, US Army, WW-1 (Refuge)

Howell, Mark; b. _______, d. _______, # 3830175, Private overseas detachment, discharged 11-15-1918, by reason of Exp. Of term of service per tel. A.G.O. 11-15-1918, information from 1938 WPA records)

Howell, Marvin E; b. 1923, d. 11-09-2012, 89 years old, h/o Loray (Prescott) Howell, US Army WW-2 corporal, 462nd Amphibian Truck Co., Normandy, Northern France, Ryukyus, received ATO Medal, EAMETO Medal, APTO Medal Good Conduct Medal, Croix De Guerre, Bronze Arrowhead Medal (Magnolia & US Merchant Marines (Magnolia) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Nov 14, 2012 Find A Grave Memorial # 100716804

Howell, Metro; b. 12-23-1932, d. 07-04-1998, US Navy # 53180707, (Hilltop)

Howell, Oscar C; b. 06-18-1918, d. 06-14-1961, 42 years old, WW-2 Veteran, Pvt., Service Detachment SCU 1777, supply clerk mos #835 (Shady Grove)

Howell, Owen Elmer, b. 08-09-1918, d. 10-19-1982, WW-2 Veteran, (Howell Baptist)

Howell, Pete “Charles”; b. 1831, d. 07-04-1910 This information taken from the 1938 WPA records, enlisted in early part of 1862, served almost 3 years. Fought in five battles and was wounded in one, when his leg was broken. Wounded in Action-Civil War Veteran

Howell, Philip; b. 03-20-1845, d. 09-30-1909, Pvt. Co. “I” 12th Al. Inf. Civil War Veteran (Shady Grove)

Howell, Prentiss Lamar, b. 06-23-1894, d. 07-05-1964, Pvt. US Army WW-1 (Ball)

Howell, Ray T; Killed in Action, Purple Heart, (no other information available at this time)

Howell, Ralph, b. 04-03-1940, d. 10-02-2000, MSG. US Army Persian Gulf, (Shady Grove.)

Howell, Ransom R; b. 05-31-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, Rufus Elmer; b. 06-27-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, Sanford “Joe”; b. 11-21-1943, d. 01-27-2014, 70 years old, h/o Edith Marie Howell, US Navy, Korea, (Crossroads Free Pentacostal Cemetery)

Howell, Simon Sullivan; b. 08-21-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, Thomas; b. 08-26-1831, d. 02-14-1920, Pvt., Co. “D” 56th Al. Inf. Civil War Veteran, (Moffett)

Howell, Thomas Ray; b. 07-27-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, Van Ransom, b. 01-21-1920, d. 02-29-1984, Tech. 4 US Army WW-2, (Crossroads Methodist.)

Howell, Vernon, b. 11-08-1918, d. 04-17-1990, section F-6, Tech. 5 US Army WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Howell, Walter W; b. 06-02-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, Walton, b. 01-10-1894, d. 03-01-1952, Cpl. 314th Aux. RMT DEP QMC WW-1, (James Howell Family)

Howell, Warren C; b. 08-18-1931, d. 09-21-1991, US Army Corporal, 746th Bombardment Squadron, Truck Driver “Light”, served in Naples Foggia, Rome Arno., Northern France, North Apennina, Rhineland, was in air combat in Balkins (Crossroads United Methodist)

Howell, Willard Atwell; b. 04-07-1928, d. 03-25-2013, 84 years old, h/o Eugenia F. Howell, US Air Force (Shady Grove Cemetery)

Howell, William Alexander; b. 01-23-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, William Denmark; b. 12-28-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, William Eray, b. 08-03-1949, d. 05-07-1970, 20 years old, Sgt. Co. "D" 7th Cav. 1st Div. Vietnam, Bronze Service Medal, Purple Heart, Killed in Action (Shady Grove.) He is listed on the Vietnam Memorial Wall panel 11W, line 124

Howell, William Henry; b. 12-12-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, William Lamar, b.10-04-1927, d. 08-10-1952, S/Sgt. HO Army Test Div. WW2, (Ball)

Howell, William Lyman; b. 09-27-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, William Ray, b. 09-05-1925, d. 12-28-2004, US Navy, WW-2, "Ray-Ray", (Refuge.)

Howell, William Watson; b. 01-15-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, William Webster; b. 02-26-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howell, Willie Thomas; b. 05-01-1874, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Howland, Ray Christopher; b. _______, d. _______, funeral 07-05-1964, 81 years old, “Spanish American War Veteran” (Magnolia)

Howze, Horace Lafayette; b. 05-20-1824, d. 05-01-1901, Surgeon-Co. “D” 8th Ms. Infantry, Civil War Veteran (Griffin-Jackson)

Howze, Thomas T; b. 11-24-1818, d. 12-26-1897, Captain-Co. “E” 37th Ms. Infantry, enlisted 03-01-1862, discharged 04-26-1865, Civil War Veteran (Griffin-Jackson)

Hoye, Clarence Richard (Jr.); b. 06-15-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hoye, Victor Carroll; b. 10-24-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hubbell, Aaron Walker; b. 12-06-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Huber, John David; b. 12-16-1949, d. 12-24-2013, 64 years old, h/o Gloria Huber, US Army (Hillcrest Baptist Church Cemetery)

Hubbard, Donald Lenere; b. 11-30-1932, d. 11-14-2004, 71 years old, US Army, (New Hope)

Hubbard, Grady T; b. 10-23-1916, d. 11-20-1981, Pvt. US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hudgens, David Thomas; b. 11-08-1874, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hudgins, James “Vernon”; b. ____, d. 03-22-2015, 79 years old, h/o Johnnie Mae (Goff) Hudgins, US Army National Guard, Deacon First Baptist Church, Moss Point, Ms., 32nd degree Scottish Rite Mason and Joppa Shriner. (Machpelah Cemetery, Jackson County)

Hudson, Charles Andrew; b. 02-02-1955, d. 05-14-2003 Sgt. US Army (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hudson, Houston; b. 09-09-1936, d. 10-09-1959, SP4 US Army Korea, (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Hudson, Thomas Warner; b. 02-22-1895, d. 03-28-1960, “Cook” Co. “D” Postal Exp. Svc. WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hudson, Carl D; b. 02-09-1948, d. 05-07-1991, Pvt. US Army Viet Nam (Winborn Chapel)

Hudson, John; b. ____, d. 09-28-1923 Pvt., WW-1, Pioneer Inf. (New Providence aka Grave Hill Cemetery)

Hudson, John Clinton; b. 05-24-1918, d. 11-08-1991, 73 years old, h/o Mary J. Hudson, US Air force 19 years, US Army 6 Years, (Brookwood Cemetery-Arab, Al.)

Hudson, Randall Joe; b. 01-20-1963, d. 02-25-2015, 52 years old, h/o Naomi Jean (Eubanks) Hudson, US Air Force, aircraft mechanic served during Persian Gulf War, (Peaceful Valley Rest Cemetery)

Hudson, Walter Wilson, b. 02-18-1919, d. 12-15-1982, US Navy WW-2, (Magnolia 4-77-a)

Hudson, Willis Cecil, b. 08-02-1921, d. 09-26-1998, Pvt. US Army WW-2, (Sand Hill.)

Huggins, Coan G; b. 12-26-1874, d. 02-03-1952, Co. “C” 1st US Vol. Engrs, Spanish American War (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hulett, Albert James; b. 12-21-1875, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hulett, David, b. 01-27-1830, d. 01-24-1918, Co. "G" 13th Miss Inf. C.S.A. (Civil War Veteran), (Macedonia)

Hunnings, Raymond M; b. 11-29-1938, d. 08-30-1974, 1st Lt., US Army (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Hunt, Felix M; b. 10-11-1843, d. 12-16-1910, Sgt., Co. “H” 8th Al. Inf., (died in Beavoir Soldiers Home and is buried there) Civil War Veteran

Hunt, Frank Wilison Westby; b. 06-26-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hunt, Rolley Marvin; b. 01-18-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hunt, Thomas C; b. 03-18-1793, d. 02-17-1857, died of Yellow fever, served in the War of 1812 as a Private, buried in the Hunt Cemetery, Greene County) he is listed on find a grave #114120471-information provided by Linda Ellis

Hunt, Waino F; b. 12-14-1930, d. 02-07-2010, 80 years old, h/o Verla Mae Hunt, a veteran of the Korean Conflict, (Little Sweetwater Cemetery, Benndale)

Hunter, Clifton Dick; b. 03-02-1919, d. 10-16-2004, Colonel, US Navy & US Army Reserve Mississippi National Guard, 85 years old, (Magnolia 4-35-b)

Hunter, John Henry; b. 04-15-1913, d. 11-09-2009, US Navy, Lt. Cdr., 5 years Navy Intelligence, (Pine Crest, Mobile)

Hurst, Walter Jefferson; b. 06-19-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hurst, Walter Pace; b. 07-17-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hutchinson, Burnis D. “Hutch”; b. 1931, d. 03-29-2004, 73 years old, h/o Deloris (Witt) Hutchinson, US Army, Korea, (Mobile Memorial Gardens) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Feb 07, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 104807757

Hutchinson, Carlton Earl; b. 01-16-1928, d. 1201202014, 86 years old, h/o Onnie Mae (Reid) Hutchinson, US Navy, WW-2 (Mobile Memorial Gardens cemetery)

Hutchinson, George Doyle; b. 06-15-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hutchison, John; b. 10-22-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Hyatt, Christopher Lane: b. _______, d. 08-06-2010, 30 years old, National Guard serviceman, (Pineview Cemetery) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Feb 07, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 104810837

Hyatt, Johnny Louis; b. 05-03-1934, d. 05-25-2005, 71 years old, h/o Jane Dye (Hyatt) Hyatt, US Marine Corps. Korea, (Dye-Hyatt Cemetery)

Hyatt, Otis A; b. 09-26-1939, d. 11-03-2002, Pvt., US Army Vietnam (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Hyatt, Travis; b. 09-04-1931, d. 06-07-1976, 44 years old, Korean War Veteran, (Evergreen Cemetery-Jackson County)

Hyatt, Woodrow, b. 01-12-1919, d. 11-07-1997, US Army, (Magnolia 6-39-b-4)

Hyatt, Wyatt C; b. _______, d. 06-10-1944, S/Sgt., 26th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division, Killed in Action WW-2, buried in the Normandy American cemetery, Colleville-sur-mer, France, plot J, row 19, grave #22, Purple Heart & Silver Star

Hyde, Charlie Weldon; b. 05-08-1919, d. 08-12-1963, Pvt US Army WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Hyde, Willie C. (Sr.); b. 10-24-1931, d. 09-10-1992, A1Class US Air Force Korea (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Hyman, Gerald William “Jerry”; b. 11-28-1937, d. 05-29-1991 TSgt. US Air Force Vietnam (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) Information by Robert Reeves

Ingram, Brenda Rae (Pipkins); b. 02-04-1960, d. 07-28-2004, 44 years old, US Air Force, (Scotland)

Isaac, Booker T; b. 12-20-1916, d. 09-15-1984, Pvt. WW-2 US Army (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Isom, Willie B; b. 03-14-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ivey, Carlton; he was recognized as a Veteran at the Memorial Day Service at Carter cemetery 05-26-2014 (no military of burial info given)

Ivey, John Hora; b. 03-04-1895, d. 07-31-1955, FC1 US Navy WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Ivey, Lenard Easley; b. 08-24-1919, d. 04-09-1976, 56 years old, US Navy, WW-2 (Barton)

Ivey, Lynne Marie; b. 03-15-1938, d. 01-01-2006, Cpl., US Marines (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Ivey, Ray D; he was recognized as a Veteran at Memorial Day Services at Carter cemetery 05-26-2014 (no military or burial info given)

Ivey, Roscoe Neal; b. 05-09-1909, d. 12-29-1931, Pvt. 1cl. WW-1, US 4th, Marine Corp. enlisted 11-22-1027, died in the service of small pox in Shanghai, China (Magnolia)

Ivey, Vilos L, b. 10-07-1921, d. 02-14-1965, PFC 448 Bomb GP AAF WW-2 (Barton Baptist.)

Jackson, Ben; b. 09-16-1895, d. _______, Private, company #27 recruit depot, discharged 01-31-1919, WW-1, (information from 1938 WPA records)

Jackson, Carl E; b. 06-22-1930, d. 06-03-1972, Cpl., Co. “A” 224th Infantry, Korea (Palestine-Tanner Williams)

Jackson, Dave; b. 01-01-1894, d. 06-27-1972, Pvt., US Army, WW-1 (Cedar Grove Cemetery, Vancleave, Ms.) information by Jacinda Ramirez

Jackson, George; b. 12-08-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Jackson, Henry; b. 06-15-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Jackson, Horace Greely; b. 04-29-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Jackson, Jessie Josh; b. 02-07-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Jackson, John; b. 02-18-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Jackson, John G; b. 06-10-1894, d. 04-20-1971, US Army, WW-1, (Pine Crest Cemetery-Mobile, Al.)

Jackson, Joseph (Jr.); b. 07-21-1917, d. 09-08-1956, Seaman 1st class US Navy Reserves WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Crell Kendrick

Jackson, Joshua Andrew; b. 09-06-1832, d. 04-07-1904, Pvt., Co. “A” 32nd Al. Inf., Civil War Veteran (Lane-State Line)

Jackson, J.S; b. 10-23-1865, d. 12-17-1929, WW-1 (name taken from City Cemetery list of Veterans) (Magnolia)

Jackson, Louie H, b. 09-03-1913, d. 06-28-1979, US Army WW-2, (Howell Baptist)

Jackson, Robert L; b. 02-15-1914, d. 03-13-1969, US Army Sgt. 4296th Quartermaster Gas Supply Company WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Jackson, Therman; b. 10-23-1918, d. 05-29-1974, h/o Stella E. Jackson, Pvt. US Army (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Jackson, Willie; b. 08-12-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Jacob, Tillis Charles; b. 04-19-1920, d. 12-04-1980, Pvt US Army WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Jagger, Leslie John; b. 12-29-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

James, Patrick; b. 06-29-1837, d. 02-05-1909, Butcher, Co. “B” 9th Ms. Cav. Civil War Veteran (Clark Chapel)

James, Peter; b. 12-06-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Jannone, Joseph Frank; b. 02-05-1945, d. 03-02-2001, 56 years old, A2C, US Air Force, Vietnam, (Arlington National Cemetery)

Jenkins, Alfred; b. 12-15-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Jenkins, David Ronald, b. 06-16-1944, d. 11-13-1985, US Air Force, (Magnolia 5-12-d)

Jenkins, F.M; b. 11-26-1842, d. after 08-18-1923, Pvt., Co. “A & E” 17th Bttn. Ms. Cav., Civil War Veteran, (Washington Cemetery)

Jenkins, Francis M.“Sonny”, b. 04-11-1941, d. 08-05-1997, Pfc., US Army, Vietnam, (Gibson)

Jenkins, Henry Ervin; b. ___, d. ___ US Army, Civil War Veteran (Mutual Rights)

Jensen, Chris M, b. 04-07-1891, d. 08-30-1951, Pfc. 27th Inf. WW-1 (Iowa), (Magnolia 3-61)

Johnson, Alfred C; b. 06-21-1921, d. 10-16-1997 US Army (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Johnson, Andrew; b. 02-22-1916, d. 11-19-1976, Pvt US Army WW-2 (Scranton Cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Johnson, Cal; b. 05-22-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Johnson, Charlie; 09-23-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Johnson, Edgar Light; b. 04-19-1869, d. 07-24-1940, 72 years old, Spanish American War Veteran, (Magnolia)

Johnson, E.M; b. 12-07-1830, d. 07-14-1913, Pvt. Co. “C” 21st Al. Infantry Civil War Veteran (State Line Cemetery)

Johnson, Frank Edward; b. 07-11-1946, d. 06-09-2012, 65 years old, h/o Kathy (Havard) Johnson, MS. National Guard (6 years), (Magnolia) my wife’s first cousin and a close friend of mine.

Johnson, Fredrick; b. 02-17-1935, d. 01-26-2003, 67 years old, h/o Gwen (Moss) Johnson, US Navy, (Seals cemetery-Carnes, Ms.)

Johnson, Garrett Vineson (Vinceson); b. 08-20-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Johnson, George Marion, b. 09-14-1914, d. 10-23-1978, US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 5-32-b)

Johnson, James; b. 01-02-1881, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Johnson, James Cleophas; b. 08-05-1925, d. 01-09-2014, 88 years old, h/o Alice Marie Johnson, US Army, WW-2 Victory Medal, European African Middle Eastern Service Medal with 2 Bronze Stars, (Moffetville Baptist Cemetery-Wilmer, Al.)

Johnson, James Dorman (Sr.); b. 07-09-1928, d. 12-03-2014, 86 years old, h/o Delphia Louise (Newbill) Johnson, US Navy & US Coast Guard, WW-2 (New Antioch Full Gospel Church Cemetery)

Johnson, John D. (Sr.); b. 03-27-1917, d. 04-04-1990, Pfc US Army WW-2 (Ellisville city cem. #2 New Section-Jones county) information by Cleveland Sowell

Johnson, Johnie; b. 01-05-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Johnson, Lawrence Clayton, b. 11-04-1911, d. 03-28-1987, section A-5, US Army WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Johnson, Lile Lamar (Jr.); b. 11-06-1946, d. 08-29-1968, Pfc., Co. “L” 3rd Battalion7th Marines, 1st Marine Division (State Line “B”-Greene)

Johnson, Lincoln; b. 11-06-1919, d. 07-01-2002, SM1, (St. James)

Johnson, Mack (Mock); b. 01-09-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Johnson, Malcom; b. 05-18-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Johnson, Marion Hal, b. 07-08-1921, d. 02-02-1979, US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 5-32-b)

Johnson, Philip Marvin; b. 04-11-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Johnston, E.M; b. 12-07-1830, d. 07-04-1913, Pvt., Co. “C” 21st Al. Inf., Civil War Veteran (State Line-State-Line)

Johnston, Thomas P, b. 08-21-1913, d. 08-30-1968, Sgt. 339 Sta. Com. SQ AF Korea, (Evans-Evanston)

Jones, A. A; Co. “C” 9th Battery, served under P.K. Meyers (Jackson County District 2, filed for pension 1907) Civil War Veteran

Jones, Adam P; b. _______, d. _______, Enlisted in 1864, 6th Ga., served under Capt. Poe Miller, he received a Confederate pension in George county. Civil War Veteran (Cemetery was not named)

Jones, Addol Hugh; b. 12-23-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Jones, Alfred F; b. 03-02-1833, d. 10-20-1914, Cpl. Co. “C” 9th Ms. Calvary Civil War Veteran (Magnolia Springs-Jackson County)

Jones, Carl Herbert; b. 09-20-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Jones, Charles F; b. 1845, d. 1904, Pvt., Co. “A” 3rd Ms. Infantry, Civil War Veteran (Orange Grove-Jackson)

Jones, Charles Luther, b. 06-25-1932, d. 11-17-1988, S/Sgt. US Air Force Korea, (Pineview)

Jones, Chester Edwin; b. 12-19-1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Jones, Coy Preston; b. 10-04-1911, d. 09-12-1964, TEC5 Quartermaster Corp. WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Jones, Dallas H. (Sr.); b. 10-04-1927, d. 02-01-1969, Cpl., Co. “A” 5th Quartermaster BN. WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Jones, Edd, b. 03-02-1934, d. 10-15-1998, M/Sgt. US Air Force Korea & Vietnam, (Pineview)

Jones, Edd; b. 11-13-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Jones, Edward, b. 10-17-1911, d. 10-17-1994, US Army, WW-2, (Sweetwater.)

Jones, Edward Euvon; b. 12-13-1931, d. 07-26-2009, 77 years old, US Army 631st Artillery, (Movella Baptist)

Jones, Evern Staten (Jr.), b. 12-13-1920, d. 12-02-1965, Pfc. US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 2-223)

Jones, Fred M; b. 10-19-1917, d. 10-02-1944, Sgt Engineering WW-2 (Mutual Rights-Greene)

Jones, George F; b. ____, d. 01-28-1917, Co. “C” 15th Ms. Calvary, (Jackson County District 3, filed for pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran

Jones, George H, b. 04-31-1844, d. 09-29-1919, Co. "I" 2nd Regt. Miss. Inf. He was discharged at Appomatox Court House, was wounded and had leg amputated at Gillsburg, Penn. (Wounded in action) "Civil War Veteran", (Magnolia 1-366)

Jones, Gerald Wayne; b. 01-03-1942, d. 12-03-1977, 44 years old, US Army, (New Antioch)

Jones, Glenn; b. 03-09-1923, d. 10-08-1944 Pvt 351st Infantry WW-2 (George Byrd cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande & Linda Kerr

Jones, Harmon, b. 10-03-1918, d. 10-11-1959, Co. "B" 106 Log Eng. "C" Bn. WW-2, (Holmes)

Jones, Henry Judson “Judd”; b. 1948, d. 02-25-2012, 64 years old, h/o Peggy Y. Jones, US Air Force, (Midway Baptist Cemetery) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Apr 22, 2012 Find A Grave Memorial # 88970116

Jones, Hillery, b. 11-16-1924, d. 02-07-1998, Pvt. US Army, WW-2, (Macedonia)

Jones, Hollis Bernard; b. 05-28-1959, d. 02-17-2014, h/o Sherie (Ford) Jones, US Army, (Mt. Olive #2)

Jones, Horis; b. 1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Jones, Hugh Harris, b. 11-11-1912, d. 04-19-1995, T-Sgt. US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 5-1-b)

Jones, James Langley (Sr.); b. 02-01-1936, d. 01-17-2005, US Marines (No cemetery named, memorial service only)

Jones, John; b. 05-05-1845, d. 12-22-1936, Co. “A” 3rd Mississippi Infantry Civil War Veteran (George Byrd cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande & Linda Kerr

Jones, John McCormick; b. 05-05-1845, d. 12-22-1938, Co. “A” 3rd Ms. Infantry, enlisted 08-31-1861, discharge 04-26-1865, Civil War Veteran (Byrd’s family-Jackson)

Jones, John W; b. 07-22-1845, d. 09-22-1907, Pvt., Co. “A” erd Ms. Infantry, enlisted 08-18-1861, discharged 04-26-1865 Civil War Veteran (Wade cemetery-Jackson)

Jones, Marvin Leroy, b. 01-15-1915, d. 03-02-2003, 1st Lt. US Army, WW-2, (Crossroads Methodist.)

Jones, Obie E; b. 12-25-1933, d. 01-26-2012, 78 years old, US Air Force, Vietnam, (Alexander Cemetery-Bryan, Tx.)

Jones, Paul Burlison; b. 04-06-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Jones, Peter T; b. 11-02-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Jones, Robert Hezekiah; b. 03-19-1845, d. 10-24-1924, Co. “K” 24th Regiment Ms. Infantry, Civil War Veteran, (Eldorado Cem.-Eldorado, Ok.)

Jones, Walter; b. 09-08-1894, d. 01-03-1959, WW-1, Pfc., 816th Pioneer Infantry, Stateline Cemetery)

Jones, William, b. 12-26-1920, d. 01-08-1998, Pvt. US Army WW-2, (Pipkin Cemetery – off Fig Farm Road)

Jones, William A; b. 06-05-1888, d. 04-20-1941, WW-1 Pvt., 165th Infantry 42nd Infantry Division (Holder Cemetery)

Jones, William Arthur; b. 07-28-1896, d. 03-18-1963, Sgt 572nd Motor Truck Company MTC WW-1 (Bell Fountain cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande

Jones, William Bryan; b. 01-29-1930, d. 01-21-1998, LTJG US Navy (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Jones, William Morris; b. 03-19-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Jones, Willis; b. 03-04-1896, d. 11-20-19__, Pvt., Field Artillery US Army, (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Jonte, Joseph; b. 01-19-1844, d. 04-18-2935, Pvt., Co. “L” 27th Ms. Infantry, enlisted 10-02-1861, discharged 04-26-1865, Civil War Veteran, (Greenwood-Jackson)

Jordan, Donald Edwin; b. 04-06-1914, d. 11-21-1967, h/o Susie J. Jordan, Pfc., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Jordan, Elmer C; b. 06-12-1913, d. 06-16-1988, Sgt., US Army, WW-2 (Arlington cemetery-Beaumont-Perry)

Jordan, Lytton R; b. 02-27-1915, d. 07-02-1957, TECH5 96th Signal Battalion WW-2 (Mutual Rights-Greene)

Josey, Andrew Jackson, b. 06-26-1917, d. 03-16-1995, Sgt. US Army Air Corps WW-2, (Magnolia 5-5-b)

Josey, James Otis; b. 03-19-1933, d. 09-15-2013, h/o June Josey, Retired Lt. Weapons Infantryman US Army, (Caswell Springs Cemetery)

Josey, Troy Lee; b. 11-27-1934, d. 10-02-1997, 62 years old, US Army, (Sandhill)

Joyner, Calvin G; b. 07-22-1831, d. 03-25-1907, Pvt., Co. “C” Miles’ Legion Louisiana Infantry. Civil War Veteran (Griffin-Jackson)

Jubinville, John F; b. 12-18-1919, d. 11-10-1977, h/o Erna Jubinville, Cpl., US Army WW-2, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Keefer, James Denis; b. 03-13-1935, d. 10-22-2013, 78 years old, h/o Mary (Hunter) Keefer, US Navy Korean Conflict (no cemetery named-Sigler Funeral Home in charge)

Keith, Anthony “Tony” Wayne; b. 02-10-1967, d. 01-11-2014, 46 years old, US Army Veteran, Purple Heart, survived 3 IED attacks leaving him with a broken neck and traumatic brain injuries, served in Iraq with the US Army, (Liberty Cemetery-Kidder, Ky.)

Kell, James Thomas; b. 01-14-1911, d. 05-02-1972, b. 01-14-1911, d. 05-02-1972, Mississippi PHM1 US Navy Reserves, WW-2 (Spanish Fort/Krebs cemetery Jackson county) information by Cynthia Snyder

Keller, Louis; b. 04-26-1886, d. 07-09-1942, h/o Carrie Mae (McInnis) Keller, Purple Heart, Killed in Action, (military information not found to date) (Green Lodge Cemetery-Green)

Keller, Thomas Charles; b. 01-27-1931, d. 03-03-2011, 80 years old, h/o Betty J. (Howard) Keller, US Army, Korean Conflict, (Marvin Howard Cem.)

Kelly, Harry Caswell; b. 1906, 1992, US Coast Guard, WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Kelly, James Elmo; b. 02-19-1924, d. 04-21-1988, SF2 US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Kelly, Jerry Wayne, b. 03-14-1947, d. 05-21-1998, M/Sgt. US Air Force Vietnam, (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Kelly, Thomas W; b. 1919, d. 1980, Sgt. US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Kemp, Joseph, b. 01-05-1919, d. 12-26-1976, PFC, US Army, WW-2, (Sweetwater.)

Kemp, Tom; b. 03-15-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Kenington, Otha Ray; b. 08-12-1915, d. 02-10-1963, US Army Air Corp., Battery "D", 739th, Camp Davis, N.C., (Magnolia 5-10-c)

Kennedy, Annie (Fearn), b. 09-08-1921, d. 07-01-2003, Lt./Col. US Army, Korea, Vietnam, (Magnolia 4-27-a)

Kennedy, James Alford; b. 08-07-1844, d. 06-08-1923, Pvt., Co. “I” 21st Al. Inf., (died and was buried at Beauvoir Soldiers Home) Civil War Veteran

Kennedy, Marion William; b. 12-25-1935, d. 03-27-2011, 85 years old, h/o Betty Jean Kennedy, US Army Air Corps. & US Navy, WW-2 (Magnolia)

Kennedy, Michael; b. _______, d. 05-21-1971, 7th Eng. Battalion 5th Inf. US Army, “Killed In Action, Purple Heart & Bronze Star Vietnam, Stonewall Cemetery-Stonewall, Ms.) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Jun 25, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 112885854

Kensler, Paul Leland; b. 10-07-1934, d. 02-27-1996, h/o Wilma E. (Teipe) Kensler, SP4 US Army, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Keyes, Ras Oree, b. 07-09-1919, d. 12-18-1995, US Navy, WW-2, (Magnolia 2-162)

Killcreas, Samuel; b. 03-13-1875, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Killingsworth, George Clifton (Sr.); b. 05-12-1936, d. 12-02-2007, h/o Bettie Ruth (Thompson) Killingsworth, SP3 US Army, Korea, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Kimball, Fred (Sr.); b. 03-20-1894, d. 05-01-1991, US Army (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Kinch, Emanuel Chauncey; b. 03-04-1841, d. 10-26-1934, Was in Sherman’s March to the Sea, Civil War Veteran, (1-365 Magnolia)

Kinch, Paul Bob, b. 10-16-1893, d. 06-13-1955, Sfc. 14th Aux. RMT Depot QMC, WW-1, (1-366 Magnolia)

King, Andrew Christian; b. 11-30-1899, d. 07-26-1978, h/o Mable B. King, Pvt., US Army WW-1 (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius redmond

King, Billy; b. ____, d. ____, US Air Force, (information from book titled “My Cup of Memories” by Nina Mae Mason)

King, Charles Ray (Sr.), b. 12-08-1930, d. 06-03-1982, MMC, US Navy, Korea, Vietnam, (Pinewood – Benndale)

King, Cecil Morrell (Sr.); b. 02-06-1925, d. 06-08-1967, h/o Elma (Hayes) King, US Army Korea, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

King, Clinton; b. 06-14-1919, d. 08-13-1981, funeral held 08-15-1981, 62 years old, WW-1 Veteran, (Antioch Methodist)

King, David Lee; b. 01-07-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

King, David Martin; b. 09-30-1927, d. 04-29-2008, 80 years old, h/o Bobbye (Moody) King, US Army, (Crossroads Free Pentecostal)

King, George Washington (Jr.); b. 08-06-1924, d. 10-17-1980, PFC, US Marines, WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

King, Grady Estus; b. 09-12-1914, d. 11-29-1994, 80 years old, WW-2 Veteran (Hunt-Whittington Family Cemetery)

King, John M, b. 10-07-1922, d. 03-29-1959, Pvt., Btry. "B", 592nd Fld. Arty. Bn., WW-2 (Antioch Methodist -Benndale)

King, John Wesley; b. 03-02-1919, d. 06-26-1998, Pfc. US Army WW-1, (King-Cowart-O’Neal) information by Linda Ellis

King, Melvin Shird; b. 10-04-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

King, Richard Curmel; b. 02-22-1918, d. 01-11-1994, Pfc. US Army WW-2, (Crossroads Methodist.)

King, William Franklin; b. 10-14-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Kinsolving, Samuel L; b. 07-02-1899, d. 12-23-1989, PFC US Marines, WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Kirby, John Edward; b. 12-29-1921, d. 03-28-1970, Pvt 565th Military Police Escort Guard Company WW-2 (McLain)

Kirk, Walter L; b. 10-31-1918, d. 01-22-1983, PFC., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Kirkpatrick, John Frank (Jr.); b. 03-09-1926, d. 09-19-2007, h/o Lanelle (Howell) Kirkpatrick, US Navy, WW-2, “Purple Heart”, (Refuge)

Kirkwood, Robert T; b. 11-19-1927, d. 06-23-2014, 86 years old, h/o Rachel (Bufkin) Kirkwood, US Army, Korean Conflict, (Magnolia)

Kitchens, Elvin Eugene; b. 05-28-1946, d. 10-15-2014, 68 years old, survived by his daughter Annette (Teddy) Riley, VietNam service, (Brown Cemetery-Ovett, Ms.)

Kitchens, Milton Edward; b. 08-08-1915, d. 12-22-1978, h/o Clara Berniece Kitchens, Pvt. US Army WW-2, (Machpelah cem. Information by Robert Reeves

Kittrell, Absalom; b. 09-16-1826, d. 03-07-1900, Pvt., Co. “H” Green & Perry Squad (State Troops), Co. “H” 3rd Bttn. Ms. Inf. Civil War Veteran, (Slay Place-State Line)

Kittrell, David; b. 04-03-1836, d. 12-29-1885, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Slay-State Line)

Kittrell, David R. (Jr.); b. 03-18-1891, d. 05-04-15-1959, WW-1 Cpl., US Army, (Fellowship Baptist Church Cemetery)

Kittrell, Donald E; b. 09-02-1946, d, 06-08-1971, SP4 Co., “C” 11th Infantry, 4th BDE USATCA Vietnam (Freefield-Greene)

Kittrell, Hollins B; b. 08-20-1921, d. 01-28-1956, Pvt., WW-2 Co. “A” 628th T.D. Battalion (Freefield-Greene)

Kittrell, Homer; b. 07-28-1908, d. 06-03-1979, TECH4, US Army WW-2 (Kittrell-Greene)

Kittrell, James "Sack"; b. 03-28-1918, d. 08-04-1993, US Army, WW-2, (Holmes Baptist)

Kittrell, Jonathan; b. 12-05-1842, d. 10-12-1912, Pvt., Blacksmith, Co. “A” 9th Ms. Cav., enlisted 1862, discharged 1865, Civil War Veteran (Mutual Rights)

Kittrell, Lewis Curtis; b. 04-24-1887, d. 04-13-1971, WW-1, PFC., US Army (Fellowship-Greene)

Kittrell, Terry Barkley; b. 04-04-1945, d. 02-07-2006, 60 years old, US Army, Viet Nam, (Freefield Cemetery-State Line)

Kleisner, Jack Dunten; b. 10-19-1924, d. 10-27-1958, Pfc., Cannon Company 303rd Infantry WW-2, Bronze service Medal, Purple Heart (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Klement, Ferdinand Adam; b. 09-08-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Klemm, Adrian Allen; b. 06-05-1938, d. 03-12-1994, 55 years old, US Navy, (Winborn Chapel-Greene County, Mississippi)

Klein, William C, b. 05-31-1918, d. 07-08-1988, PFC US Army WW-2, (Bexley Baptist.)

Kline, David Irvin; b. 09-12-1925, d. 05-01-2013, US Army, (Mt. Pisgah Pentacostal Cemetery)

Kline, G. Troy; b. 01-26-1935, d. 03-02-1995, A1C US Air Force, (Union)

Kline, Gordon I; b. 02-21-1892, d. 01-17-1951, PFC, 30th Infantry, WW-1, Mississippi, (Movella Baptist.)

Klonoski, Richard Joseph; b. 12-22-1937, d. 08-17-2002, h/o Marie Ree Klonoski, CWO2 US Marines Vietnam, (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Knapp, Lewis Ralph; b. 07-09-1923, d. 12-10-1992, S 1st class US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Knight, Edgar; b. 08-31-1895, d. 04-06-1953, Cpl., 2nd Casual Detachment WW-1, (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Knight, George; b. 02-04-1877, d. 01-23-1959, Co. “B” First Mississippi Volunters (Spanish American War) information from 1938 Mississippi WPA records

Knight, Glen Ray; b. 09-23-1911, d. 10-08-1975, funeral held 10-__-1975 retired US Army, (Taylor Cemetery)

Knight, Joseph W. “Billy”, b. 09-13-1927, d. 04-02-1987, T/Sgt. US Air Force WW-2 / Korea (Ball)

Knight, Olen Ray, b. 09-23-1911, d. 10-08-1975, M/Sgt. US Army, WW-2, Korea, (Taylor)

Knight, Robert; b. 12-20-1889, d. 07-07-1961, Pvt. US Army WW-1 Co. “C” 4th Dev Battalion (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Knight, Victor H; b. 08-01-1926, d. 04-03-1983, Pvt., US Army WW-2 (L.F. Rogers Cemetery)

Knobles, L.M.B; b. 10-27-1821, d. 12-15-1905, Pvt., Co. “E” 36th Al. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (State Line-State Line)

Knox, Robert Anderson; b. 09-23-1927, d. 12-08-2003, 76 years old, h/o Helen (Bufkin) Knox, US Air Force, (Magnolia)

Koch, Claiborne Netto; b. 08-24-1915, d. 04-27-1992, h/o Helon (Breazeale) Koch, PHM1 US Coast Guard WW-2, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Kocian, Richard Rudolph “Dick”; b. 07-28-1928, d. 04-04-2011, 82 years old, h/o Donnie (Cooley) Kocian, US Army, Korean conflict, (Leaf)

Krebs, Aristede H; b. ___, d. ___, 2nd Lt., Co. “L” Mississippi Infantry Confederate States Civil War Veteran (Spanish Fort/Krebs cemetery Jackson county) information by Cynthia Snyder

Krebs, Arthur Rene; b. 04-25-1845, d. 04-26-1898, Pvt., Co. “L” 27th Ms. Infantry enlisted 10-20-1861, discharged 04-26-1865, Civil War Veteran (Greenwood-Jackson)

Krebs, Harry Lee; b. 12-11-1933, d. 01-13-1990, US Army (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Krebs, Hilaire Medard; b. 05-18-1819, d. 09-17-1900, Co. “H” 15th Confederate Volunteer Calvary Prisoner of War for 4 months in New Orleans (Jackson County District 3, filed for pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran

Krebs, Joseph Hilaire; b. 1836, d. 1904, Pvt. Co. “L” 27th Mississippi Infantry, Confederate States Army Civil War Veteran (Spanish Fort/Krebs cemetery Jackson county) information by Cynthia Snyder

Krebs, John B; b. ___, d. 03-21-1927, 114th AMM Train 39th Division, (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Krebs, Joseph R; b. 12-10-1917, d. 01-08-1985, Cpl., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Krebs, Leo O’Neal; b. 07-30-1919, d. 08-24-1989, h/o Eva (Garner) Krebs, US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Krebs, Sidoine; b. 08-28-1816, d. 09-02-1884, Pvt. Boyle’s Dragoons Alabama Calvary Civil War Veteran (Krebs family-Jackson)

Krebs, Sylvestor A; b. 01-11-1897, d. 05-18-1949, Miss Prv Coast Artillery Corp WW-1 (Spanish Fort/Krebs cemetery Jackson County) information by Cynthia Snyder

Krementz, Charles Joseph; b. 1937, d. 09-10-2009, 72 years old, h/o Mirian (Lael) Krementz, US Army Korea (cemetery not named in obit.) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: May 06, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 110118468

Krohn, Charles F; b. 07-15-1832, d. 03-28-1876, Pvt. Co. “A” 3rd Ms, Infantry Civil War Veteran (Krohn Family-Jackson)-Jackson)

Krohn, John H; b. 03-10-1831, d. 06-30-1912, Pvt. Co. “A” & “E” 17th Ms. Calvary, Civil War Veteran (Beland-Jackson)

Kromar, Conrad; b. 11-05-1833, d. 01-13-1887, Pvt., Co. “L” 27th Ms. Infantry, Civil War Veteran, (Mt. Zion-Jackson)

Kucik, Michael; b. 10-29-1917, d. 02-22-1980, 62 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Fairley/aka/Hilltop)

Kurtz, Marcus; b. 1877, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Kyle, Cecil Charles (Sr.); b. 02-02-1905, d. 03-07-1994, 1st class Seaman, US Navy, WW-2, (Howell Baptist)

Kyle, Cecil Charles; b. 03-18-1928, d. 02-28-1999, 70 years old, h/o Eunice Carol Kyle, US Navy, WW-2, (Midway)

Kyle, Tommie A., b. 11-13-1952, d. 12-03-2001, SP5, US Army, Vietnam, (Midway)

Ladmir, Emile; b. ____, d. ____ Co. “G” 3rd Ms. Infantry, Civil War Veteran (from Jackson County)

Ladnier, Antoine; b. 08-07-1846, d. 05-07-1926 Pvt., Co. “G” 15th Confederate Calvary, Civil War Veteran (Greenwood-Jackson)

Ladnier, Julius Edward; b. 06-01-1917, d. 05-07-1985, h/o Daisy Lee (Clayton) Ladnier, Pvt., US Army WW-2, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Ladnier, William Clay; b. 08-16-1963, d. 02-01-2002, US Navy (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

LaDouceur, Edmour Joseph; b. 05-10-1925, d. 01-12-2011, h/o Maria R. LaDouceur, US Marines, WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

LaFargue, Robert Andrew “Bob”; b. 1944 d. 06-20-2011, 67 years old, h/o Eloise LaFargue, US Army, (Magnolia) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: May 19, 2012 Find A Grave Memorial # 90415857

Laird, John T, b. 05-23-1941, d. 02-03-1992, AB US Air Force, (Magnolia 5-6-c)

Lakey, John Cameron; b. 03-19-1919, d. 02-05-2011, 91 years old, h/o Lillie Lakey, US Army WW-2 (Memorial Park cemetery-Jackson County)

Lamb, Harvey Jack (Jr.); b. 09-02-1932, d. 01-__-2012, 79 years old, h/o Lillie Voncile Lamb, US Air Force, Mississippi National Guard-Lucedale & Mississippi Air National Guard-Gulfport, CWO-W2, Military Funeral (Magnolia)

Lamb, Sebba D; b. about 1920, d. 05-17-2005, US Army Private, 1318th Service Unit qualified Rifle and 45 pistol as sharpshooter January 1943, (born in Blogett, Ms.,) (_____________________) need cemetery

Lambert, Cecil Grant; b. _______, d. _______, US Navy, SC3rd class Cook, Purple Heart, Killed in Action WW-2 (No information available)

Lambert, Doss Oliver (Sr.); b. 01-22-1893, d. 04-28-1955, 63 years old, WW-1 Veteran (Pipkins)

Lambert, Leon Eugene (Jr.); b. 05-22-1926, d. 07-13-2015, 89 years old, h/o Ruth Lambert US Army (Red Creek Baptist Church Cemetery)

Lambert, Thelbert D; b. 03-20-1925, d. 01-22-1945, Military veteran, Killed In Action, WW-2, Purple Heart (Neely-Old Washington-Greene)

Lambert, William Elmer; b. 10-10-1919, d. 06-02-2001, US Army, WW-2, Co. "A" 129th Ordnance Maint. Bn., Height Finder Observer 692, Combat inf. Badge, Rifle "Expert", Rhineland, Central Europe, European African Middle Eastern Service medal with 2 Bronze stars, American defense Service medal, American Service medal, Good Conduct Medal, husband of Hazel (Dickerson) Lambert (married March 2nd, 1946, (Magnolia)

Lambert, William James; b. 05-28-1927, d. 12-06-1985, 58 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Carter)

Lamora, Charles A. (Sr.); b. 03-23-1922, d. 09-05-1989, Pfc. US Army Air Force WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Lamora, Charles A. (Jr.); b. 09-03-1949, d. 08-31-1988, Pvt., US Army Vietnam (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Lampkin, Leonard Eugene; b. 07-20-1922, d. 04-03-1994, Pfc., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Land, John; b. 04-19-1844, d. 11-30-1929, Enlisted 1864, 8th Ms. Co. “G” served under Col. Wilkerson & Capt. Marion Buckley. He received a Confederate pension in George County. Civil War Veteran (Garlandville Cemetery-Rose Hill, Jasper County, Ms.)

Landes, Harold Dale; b. 11-08-1918, d. 06-06-1971, h/o Mattie L. Landes, BKR2 US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Landon, Floyd James (Sr.), b. 10-11-1901, d. 12-23-1985, section A-4, WW-1, Pvt. US Army, (Rocky Creek)

Landrum, Elton O’Neal; b. 03-17-1936 d. 11-19-2001, 65 years old, h/o Gloria Landrum, US Air Force, (Agricola Jesus Name Church Cemetery)

Landrum, Harold Eric; b. 12-21-1977 d. 11-11-2013, son of Joyce and Glen Landrum, 35 years old, “Combat Medic”, served 8 years in the US Army National Guard, Iraqi War Veteran, Eric was honored with the non-commissioned Officer of the Year for his battalion for Courageous Service, buried with full military honors, (Shady Grove) My wife’s second cousin

Landrum, Harold Edward; b. 09-26-1927, d. 12-29-2008, 81 years old, h/o Louise, US Coast Guard, WW-2, 1941-1946, according to birth date, he joined the Coast Guard at 14 years of age (Shady Grove)

Landrum, Louis Earl (Jr.); b. 04-02-1955, d. 12-28-2005, 50 years old, US National Guard, (Shady Grove)

Landrum, Rayford; b. 11-07-1932, d. 07-31-1998, US Air Force Korea (Anderson & Mitner cem.) information by Jeff & Joy Coker

Landry, Curtis E; b. 03-24-1929, d. 02-06-1981, A1class US Air Force, Korea (Palestine-Tanner Williams)

Landry, “Dr.” Victor Emanuel, b. 11-10-1915, d. 10-20-2002, h/o Alice Landry (6-US Navy WW-2, (Magnolia 43-d-4)

Lane, Alfred Jevel (Jowel); b. 01-24-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Lane, Ernest B. b. 07-28-1895, d. 02-07-1946, Cpl., 162nd Infantry, 41st Infantry Division WW-1 (McLain Cemetery-Greene)

Lane, Jesse W (Jr.); b. 10-02-1886, (registered for WW-1 Draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Lane, Theodore R; b. 09-04-1893, d. 01-18-1942, 48 years old, Sgt., US Army, WW-1, honorably discharged by reason of per par 9 So #11 Hg. on 01-01-1919 (Magnolia 1-359)

Lane, William Roy; b. 1890, d. 10-29-1956, 66 years old, WW-1 Veteran, (cemetery was not named in newspaper)

Langele, Fredrick F; b. 01-13-1919, d. 04-28-2007, 88 years old, h/o Rozelle Langele, US Army, WW-2, (Sweetwater)

Langham, Henry (Sr.); b. 01-19-1926, d. 11-12-1991, US Navy S2nd class WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) Information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Langley, Ollin N; b. 1927, d. 12-12-1980, 53 years old, US Navy, WW-2 (Laurel Memorial Park-Laurel, Ms.)

Langley, Otis (Sr.); b. 05-12-1907, d. 08-23-1982, US Army, (Crowville Cemetery-Crowville, La-Franklin Parish)

Langley, William Everett; b. 09-14-1878, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Lanham, James W; b. 01-08-1923, d. 11-11-1984, h/o Flora M. Lanham, Sgt. US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Lanier, Cecil Earl; b. 05-18-1936, d. 10-10-1997, US Army (Shuqualak Cemetery-Noxubee County, Ms.)

Lanier, James Thomas; He was recognized as a Veteran at the 05-26-2014 Memorial Day Service at Carter Cemetery (no military or burial information available)

Lanier, Lenord Lamar; b. 03-03-1926, d. 05-09-2015, 89 years old, US Navy, (Carter Cemetery)

Lanier, Marnie Allan; b. 01-14-1929, d. 01-14-2008, He was recognized as a Veteran at the Carter cemetery Memorial Day Service 05-26-2014 (no military info given) (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Lanier, William Emmet; 04-02-1924, d. 11-02-2004, PFC US Marine Corps., WW-2 (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Lankford, John A; b. 07-06-1838, d. 02-27-1892, Pvt., Co. “I” 36th Al. Inf., Civil War Veteran (Fellowship Cemetery)

Larrimore, David D; b. 08-05-1890, d. 08-20-1960, Sgt. Co. “M” 48th Inf. WW-1 (Magnolia 2-235)

Larsen, Uranus V; b. 04-06-1876, d. 12-06-1961, Miss Prv 9th Co. 1st Miss Infantry Spanish American War (Spanish Fort cemetery Jackson county) information by Cynthia Krebs

Lartigue, Robert Edward; b. 10-05-1930, d. 12-23-1978, EN3 US Navy Korea, (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Lassiter, Harvey Guy; b. 1926, d. 1978, Pfc. US Army, WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Lassiter, Leslie William; b. 07-19-1891, d. 05-30-1935, WW-1 Veteran, h/o Stella (Stringer) Lassiter (Magnolia 2-3-b)

Lavallet, Adolphus Percy “A P”; b. 01-28-1893, d. 04-19-1966, 73 years old, WW-1 Veteran, (Magnolia)

Law, Joseph Owen (Sr.); b. 12-14-1931, d. 01-04-2009, h/o Ellen I. Law, 77 years old, US Air Force, Korea, (Serene Memorial Gardens, Escatawpa, Ms.)

Lawler, Lynn Malcolm; b. 07-19-1921, d. 12-10-2000, h/o Vergie Lawyer, SSgt., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Lawrence, Albert; b. 03-08-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Lawrence, Booker T, b. 08-16-1916, d. 10-01-1986, US Army, Korea, (Mount Pleasant– Mount Pleasant Road)

Lawrence, Charles Westley; b. 11-15-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft in 1917-1918 in George County)

Lawrence, Clinton; b. 12-05-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Lawrence, Daniel Webster b. 09-03-1893, d. _____; Svc. # 2773549, Pvt., US Army, WW-1, discharged 11-27-1918, He was born in Basin Community, information from Military discharge records located in George County Court House (no cemetery named)

Lawrence, Edward Boyd; b. 04-18-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Lawrence, Fred Lindsy (Lindsey); b. 05-09-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft in 1917-1918 in George County)

Lawrence, Jack C, b. 10-07-1930, d. 11-01-1994, Pfc., US Army, Korea, (Mount Pleasant– Mount Pleasant Road)

Lawrence, James Alvin; b. 03-01-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Lawrence, John Lenward; b. 03-05-1954, d. 01-22-2014, 59 years old, h/o Jacqueline (Bradley) Lawrence, US Army, (Mount Pleasant Cemetery)

Lawrence, Lacy; b. 07-04-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Lawrence, Marcus Prentus; b. 04-05-1878, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Lawrence, Robert E, b. 09-07-1910, d. 08-25-1968, Sgt., US Army, WW-2, (Mount Pleasant– Mount Pleasant Road)

Leatherbury, Joseph Grisham; b. 07-26-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Leatherbury, Thomas Seay; b. 06-02-1897, d. 10-06-1995, Captain US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

LeBlanc, Riley, b. 01-11-1920, d. 01-04-1997, h/o Marjorie La Verne (Seagroves) LeBlanc, Cpl. US Army, WW-2, (Macedonia)

Ledbetter, Charles "CY" Dawson, b.09-27-1891, d.07-28-1957, Pvt. Co."I"31st INF. WW-1, (Barton Baptist.)

Ledbetter, Ralph Ray, b. 06-09-1932, d. 03-14-2006, Pvt. US Army, (Barton Baptist.)

Lee, Albert; b. 03-15-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Lee, Charlie; b. 07-14-1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Lee, Claud; b. 06-16-1929, d. 05-03-2008, h/o Pearl S. Lee, US Navy WW-2, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Lee, Ellis; b. 04-01-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Lee, Hester; b. 02-16-1922, d. 04-24-1973, US Army PFC WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Lee, James R, b. 11-06-1924, d. 04-28-1988, AM3 US Navy WW-2, (Shady Grove.)

Lee, Marvin Calvin, (Sr.), b. 08-25-1938, d. 10-07-2004, Sgt. US Air Force, Vietnam, (Magnolia 6-49-d-3)

Lee, Richard Colon, b. 01-01-1944, d. 11-25-1986, M/Sgt., US Army, Vietnam (Antioch Methodist -Benndale)

Lee, Robert Ernest; b. 04-11-1920, d. 09-05-1994, Tech4, US Army, WW-2, (Lee Cemetery-George County)

Lee, Ronald Dennis; b. 10-24-1946, d. 03-11-2009, 62 years old, US Air Force, Vietnam (Oak Grove)

Lee, Roston Ira; b. 12-06-1932, d. 07-03-1988, Cpl., US Marines, Korea (Palestine-Tanner Williams)

Lee, Terrance Delan (Sr.); b. 04-06-1980, d. 06-11-2005, 25 years old, h/o Stephanie (Carter) Lee, Sgt. US Army National Guard, 155th Combat Engineer Battalion, Killed in I.E.D. explosion along with Larry Arnold of the same unit. Killed in Action, Purple Heart, Bronze Star, (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson County)

Leggett, Reverend Curtis Howard; b. 08-03-1926, d. 04-16-2009, 82 years old, h/o Marcella (Howell) Howard, US Air Force & US Army, (Shady Grove) Leggett, John Clifton, b. 09-01-1914, d. 07-11-1975, section F-6, Sgt. US Army Air Force WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Leigh, Alfred C; b. 08-19-1887, d. 02-21-1954, Cpl., 46th Co. 20th Engineers, WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

LeMaitre, Joseph; b. 12-24-1837, d. 04-30-1926, Co. “L” 27th Ms., Captured at Lookout Mountain, Prisoner of War in Rock Island Prison, enlisted 10-20-1861, discharged 04-26-1865 (Jackson County district 3, filed for pension in 1907 Civil War Veteran (LeMaitre Family Cemetery-Jackson)

Lemon, Jack (Jr.); b. 06-08-1934, d. 06-03-1961, Pvt., US Army (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Lenard, William F. (Jr.); b.02-08-1920, d. 02-02-1978, Retired, US Navy DT-1st class, WW-2 & Korea (Woodland Park cemetery-Stone County, Ms.)

Lennep, Jesse Lee “Brother” (Jr.); b. 10-21-1926, d. 11-29-2010, 84 years old, h/o Myrtie Mae Smith, US Army, Korea, (LeMaitre Family Cemetery, Escatawpa)

Lennep, Thomas Cecil; b. 01-21-1937, d. 04-11-1983, 1st Lt., US Air Force (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Leroy, Willie; b. 03-22-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Letzer, Jospeh; b. ___, d. ___, Pvt. Co. “E” 1st Louisana Infantry, enlisted 05-01-1861, discharged 04-26-1865 Civil War Veteran (Evergreen Cemetery-Jackson)

Leverette, Donnie E; b. 11-20-1943, d. 07-27-1972, SP4 US Army (Simpson-Greene)

Lewelling, Carl E; b. 11-11-1924, d. 10-24-1965, Pfc. US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Lewelling, Otis; b. 07-20-1937, d. 04-19-2009, 71 years old, served in Berlin, Germany, US Army National Guard (Machpelah cemetery-Jackson county)

Lewis, Annie (Goff); b. 11-19-1923, d. 04-14-2009, 85 years old, w/o Walter Bradford Lewis, U.S. Women’s Army Corps During 1950’s, (Pipkin Cem. McLain, Ms)

Lewis, Donald Oliver; b. 1951, d. 1987, ABE3rd class US Navy (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Lewis, Edd; b. 05-06-1889, d. 02-23-1971, F1C US Navy WW-1 (Lewis Family)

Lewis, Marvin Pearson; b. 09-13-1917, d. 04-23-1983, Sgt., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Lewis, Raymond Johnson; b. 03-13-1934, d. 02-18-1976, Pfc US Army Korea, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Lewis, Robert Lamar; b. 06-28-1923, d. 03-21-2000, MSgt. US Army WW-2 & Korea (Lewis Family)

Lewis, Tommy Owen; b. 01-10-1934, d. 08-04-1979, US Marines Korea, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Lewis, Walter; b. 06-01-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Lewis, Wilson; b. 12-24-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Lewis, Woodie Mack, b. 12-28-1918, d. 03-23-1980, PFC, US Army, WW-2, (Refuge.)

Liepf, Robert Lee; b. 5-11-1895, d. 10-19-1918, US Army WW-1, 23 years old "Died in the Service of His Country, Killed in Action (Finch – New Hope Church Road)

Lightsey, John Freeman; b. 08-10-1918, d. 11-25-1962, 1st Sgt. 175th Infantry 29th Division, WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Lightsey, Thomas E; b. 02-06-1926, d. 03-05-1952, FN US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Linder, Clifton A; b. 03-28-1927, d. 06-22-1950, Pfc., 3860th Composite GP., (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Linder, Louis Pete, b. 04-25-1930, d. 12-02-2003, Cpl., US Army, Korea, PURPLE HEART (Antioch Methodist -Benndale)

Linder, Thomas Edward; b. 11-02-1914, d. 04-28-1976, Sgt. US Army WW-2 (Machpelha cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Lindley, A.F; b. 01-22-1911, d. 10-16-1977, 66 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Rocky Creek)

Lindquist, John; b. 10-22-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Lindsey, Jake William (Sr.); b. 05-01-1921, d. 07-18-1988, 67 years old, enlisted at Lucedale, Ms. into the US Army, Feb. 1940, was presented the Medal Of Honor 05-21-1945 by President Harry Truman and General George C. Marshall (buried in White House Cemetery, Clara, Ms.)

Lindsey, Joe Cecil; b. 03-10-1921, d. 03-10-2001, US Army (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat creel Kendrick

Lingehman, Fredrick L; b. 03-30-1857, d. 09-23-1935, Sgt., Co. “D” 1st US Engineers Spanish American War, (Magnolia Springs-Jackson County)

Lingerfelt, Robert L; b. 05-13-1923, d. 11-25-2002, EN3 US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Linton, Charlie Gerald; b. 11-17-1930, d. 03-27-2003, US Army Korea, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Lira, John Pontes; b. 07-19-1923, d. 12-23-1965, F1 US Navy Reserves, WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Lister, Melvin (Sr.); b. 03-27-1926, d. 09-29-1999, h/o Irma (McInnis) Lister, WW-2, Korea, Vietnam, (Green Cemetery-Vernal)

Little, George Washington; b. 06-09-1844, d. 05-05-1938, Pvt., Co. “C” 44th Al. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Mt. Zion-Sand Hill)

Littlefield, George; b. 1919, d. 05-06-1969, 50 years old, WW-2 Veteran (Cooper Cemetery-Stone County, Ms.)

Littlegreen Curtis; b. 07-29-1896, d. 08-11-1945, Pvt., 162nd Depot Brigade WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Lockley, Darrell Lynn; b. 11-19-1985, d. 06-24-2007, 21 years old, h/o Meesha (Fike) Lockley, Mississippi National Guard, (Magnolia)

Lockwood, George Carl; b. 09-18-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Logan, Joseph James; b. 03-26-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Logan, John Milton (Jr.), b. 11-03-1921, d. 05-10-2001, Pfc. US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 5-6-a)

London, Simon; b. 06-12-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Long, Wiley “W.B.”; b. 02-07-1930, d. 01-__-1972, US Army, (Resthaven Cemetery-Glendale, Arizona)

Longmire, Patricia Ann; b. 04-05-1937, d. 05-27-2011, 74 years old, US Air Force, Nurse, (Corinth)

Loose, Dr. Roger Ray; b. 1947, d. 09-03-2011, 64 years old, h/o Janet (Thelen) Loose, US Army Sp5, Vietnam, (Biloxi National)

Loper, Billy Ray; b. _____, d. 11-25-2014, 76 years old, h/o Dorothy Loper, served in the United States Army National Guard, (Pinewood Missionary Baptist Church cemetery)

Loper, E.B; b. 06-24-1919, d. 09-22-1973, TSGT. US Army WW-2 (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Lott, Curtis Charles (Sr.) b. 10-08-1917, d. 06-04-1989, Pfc. US Army WW-2 (Pine Bluff Cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Lott, Jerry; b. 01-30-1938, d. 09-05-1983, US Navy (Scotland Cemetery)

Lott, John J; b. 11-09-1921, d. 01-20-1997, SSgt., US Army Air Force, WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Love, Alex (Jr.); b. 07-11-1896, d. 12-31-1981, 85 years old, WW-1 Veteran, (Refuge)

Love, Frank; b. 10-12-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Love, Neal; b, 05-14-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Lovelace, David J; b. 11-22-1837, d. 03-24-1913, Pvt., Co. “B” Alabama Sharpshooters, Civil War Veteran, (McLain Cemetery)

Lowe, Jesse O; b. 07-06-1918, d. 02-09-1995, #7000835, US Army Air Corps WW-2, served in Middle East Theatre-Romania, captured by Germans. He was a B24 Gunner, and was shot down over Bucharest, Romania by the Germans on 04-04-1944, liberated by the Russians on 08-31-1944; He was on his 15th combat mission when they were shot down. PurpleHeart, Prisoner of War, (Bexley Baptist.)

Lowery, E. V. (Sr.); b. 12-29-1922, d. 05-11-1988, Tec5, US Army, WW-2, (note: military plaque has date of birth as 12-29-1923), (New Hope.)

Lowery, George W; b. 02-22-1919, d. 09-26-1995, US Navy WW-2 (Palestine-Tanner Williams)

Lowery, John Phillip; b. 09-24-1875, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Lowery, Robert J; b. 02-01-1847, d. 03-29-1915, Pvt. Co. “E” 36th Al. Inf. Enlisted 05-12-1862, Discharged 05-26-1865, served under Capt. John Cleveland. Civil War Veteran (Rocky Creek) surrendered at Fort Morgan

Lubbock, Francis Richard; b. 10-16-1815, d. 06-22-1905, in 1857 he was Lt. Govenor of Texas, elected Govenor of Texas 1861 through 1863, then Colonel with the Confederates until end of Civil War. He was an aide de camp to President Jefferson Davis Civil War Veteran (Buried in Glenwood Cemetery-Houston, Tx.) He was my wife’s Great, Great uncle on her father’s side.

Lubbock, Thomas Saltus; b. 11-29-1817, d. 01-09-1862, he was a Prisoner Of War during the Mexican War, escaped and fought until the end of the war. Joined the civil war cause fighting with the Confederates as a Colonel with the 8th Texas Calvary, Civil War Veteran (Buried in Glenwood cemetery-Houston, Tx.) My wifes Great Great Grandfather on her father’s side)

Lubbock, Thomas Saltus IV; b. 06-27-1910, d. 03-23-1986, h/o Ruby Dell (Wilfe) Lubbock US Merchant Marines, WW-2 (Glenwood cem. -Houston Texas) this is the father of Shirley (Lubbock) Trussell and father in law of Jimmy Trussell

Lucas, Arthur (Sr.); b. 06-29-1916, d. 01-13-1980, 63 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Jackson Memorial Gardens-Jackson, Ms.)

Lucas, Daniel Hubert; b. 03-21-1919, d. 06-08-1970, 51 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Magnolia)

Luce, Douglas Terrill (Sr.), b. 06-17-1921, d. 05-21-1997, US Army Air Corps WW-2, He was a WWII veteran and a B24 Pilot. He was founder of Lucedale Insurance Agency, president of Luce Packing Co., chairman and past president of Bank of Lucedale. He was also a partner of WRBE Radio Station in Lucedale, an active timberman, a former Rotarian and member of First United Methodist Church of Lucedale. He is survived by his wife, TAMERA H. LUCE of Lucedale; four children, DOUGLAS T. LUCE, JR.; MICKEY LUCE BROWN, HOLLAND TERRILL LUCE and GREGORY MARSTON LUCE, all of Lucedale and six grandchildren, LAURIE VanLINGEN, LADD LUCE, CHARLIE BROWN, EMILY BROWN, AUSTIN BROWN, and MIC BROWN, all of Lucedale. (Magnolia 5-8-c)

Ludgood, Elerie, b. 09-10-1914, d. 07-13-1943, Pvt. 829th Td. Bn., died non-battle in Texas, WW-2, (Lily Grove.)

Lumpkin, John William; b. 12-28-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Lundy, James Madison; b. 07-28-1845, d. 01-12-1923, h/o Lucinda Melissa (Tillman) Lundy, Civil War Veteran, (Broke his arm falling off his horse) (Magnolia Springs Baptist Church Cemetery-Alabama)

Lyles, Billy Allen (Sr.); b. 11-29-1935, d. 03-19-2004, 68 years old, h/o Zula Lyles, Lt. Col., US Army, (Gibson)

Lyles, Edward; b. 06-03-1812, d. 05-14-1895, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Pipkins-Leakesville)

Lyles, William Ray; b. 03-11-1920, d. 07-29-1972, US Army, WW-2 (Rocky Creek)

Lynch, Lamar; b. 09-18-1939, d. 04-25-1977, FA, US Navy (Henderson)

Lynd, Carl B; b. 1918, d. 1976, US Army (Crossroads Methodist) findagrave # 31289531

Lynn, Jerry E; b. 03-4-1942, d. 07-20-2013, 71 years old, h/o Rita (Conner) Lynn, CW4 US Army Retired helicopter pilot, 3 tours in Vietnam (Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery-with full military honors)

Lyons, Jacob Calvin; b. ___, d. ___, Co. “L” 27th Ms. Infantry, Civil War Veteran, enlisted Moss Point, Ms., (Magnolia Cemetery-Mobile, Al.)

Lyons, James Melvin; b. 03-07-1892, d. 01-01-1960, “Mississippi”, Pvt. MG Co., 141st Inf, WW-1 (Red Creek Union Baptist Church Cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Mace, Walter, b. 09-08-1936, d. 05-18-1997, h/o Dorothy (Rouse) Mace, SFC US Army, Korea, Vietnam, (New Hope.)

Mack, George Thomas; b. 1926, d. 1980 Sgt., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Macon, William Nathaniel; b. 03-26-1832, d. 06-08-1910, Co. “A” 19th Ms. Infantry, Civil War Veteran, enlisted Macon, Ms., information by Lisa McKinney, (Pine Crest Cemetery-Mobile, Al.)

Major, Carolyn (Rogers), b. 08-05-1960, d. 04-20-1997, SP4, US Army, 36 years old, (Mount Pleasant. – Mount Pleasant Road)

Mallett, Albert Cornelius; b. 03-11-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mallet, Clemmer; b. 07-23-1836, d. 01-21-1913, section B-7, Co. "K" 15th Ala. Calvary, C.S.A. Civil War Veteran, (Rocky Creek)

Mallett, Edwin James; b. 10-21-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mallett, Fritz Avera; b.04-18-1896, d. 12-28-1963, section C-7, Pvt. Co."M"2nd GP Repl. Tng.Ctr, (Rocky Creek)

Mallett, Henry Coleman; b. 04-13-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mallett, John Oliver; b. 05-22-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mallett, Marcus Mitchel; b. 05-11-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mallett, Sam; b. 07-14-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mallett, Samuel, b. 1844, d. 1888, Co. "K" 15th Ala. Cav. (Civil War Veteran), (Mallett)

Mallett, William Lawrence; b. 02-13-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mallette, Avon Norris, b. 01-14-1945, d. 12-19-1970, (4-57-B), WO TRP-A- 7th Sq. 17th Cav. Distinguished Flying Cross, Bronze Star Medal, Air Medal, 9 Oak Leaf Clusters, ARCOM, Purple Heart, “Killed in Action” (Magnolia) He is listed on the Vietnam Memorial Wall, Panel 06W, line 132

Mallette, Charles Audra; b. 02-17-1921, d. 02-05-2002, 80 years old, US Army, WW-2, enlisted 09-28-1942 in George County, Ms., (Pine Crest Cemetery, Mobile, Al.)

Mallette, Curtis Samuel; b. 09-03-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mallette, James K; b. 10-24-1887, d. 05-__-1964, h/o Annette (Finch) Mallette US Navy, WW-2, (Magnolia 4-24-b)

Mallette, James Leslie; b. 07-05-1930, d. 05-31-2012, h/o Janet Pearl Violet (Woolnough) Mallette, US Navy-1948, joined US Air Force 1949 and retired as Tech Sgt. In 1969, total of 20 years service, Vietnam & Thailand (Eden Cemetery-Topeka, Kansas)

Mallette, James Marcus; b. 01-01-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mallette, Louie Edwin (Jr.), b. 04-03-1921, d. 07-27-1988, US Army Air Corps, WW-2, (Military plaque has date of birth as 04-04-1921, date of death as 06-27-1988), (Magnolia 4-65-c)

Mallette, Louis (Louie) Edwin (Sr.); b. 01-05-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mallette, Malcolm Troy; b. 10-04-1928, d. 09-12-2008, 79 years old, s/o Vaudy & Gertrude Mallette, US Air Force (Magnolia cemetery)

Mallette, Mitchell; b. 03-25-1914, d. 08-06-1985, US Army, TECH5, 877th Post Company, Marksman with Rifle Jan. 1945, ATO Medal, APTO Medal, Good Conduct Medal, WW-2 Victory Medal (Union)

Mallette, Thomas Lyman; b. 10-10-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mallette, Thomas W, b. 09-19-1926, d. 04-10-1973, Coxswain, US Navy WW-2, (Magnolia 4-69-d)

Mallette, Vaudy Peer; b. 05-02-1904, d. 03-06-1961, US Navy, (Magnolia)

Mallette, William Lewis, b. 10-25-1838, d. 11-15-1863, Co. "L" 27th Miss. Inf. (Civil War Veteran), (Mallette)

Malone, Atlas Pool, b. 08-19-1905, d. 09-12-1968, section D-3, S/Sgt. Base Air Depot 4AAF, (Rocky Creek)

Malone, Carroll Darwin; b. 07-24-1920, d. 07-04-2004, 1st Lt., WW-2, Korea, (Highland Cemetery, Hattiesburg, Ms.)

Malone, Dan; b. 04-04-1874, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Malone, Edwrad Leroy; b. 05-27-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Malone, Joe; He was recognized as a Veteran at the Carter cemetery Memorial Day Service 05-26-2014 (no military or burial information given)

Malone, Maurice Leander; b. 02-07-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Malone, Maurice Linwood (Sr.), b. 05-24-1919, d. 08-09-2004, S/Sgt. US Army Air Forces, WW-2, (Magnolia 5-18-c)

Malone, Odie, b. 12-3-1912, d. 06-09-1992, Cdr. US Navy WW-2 Korea, (Barton Baptist.)

Malone, Ollin; b. 08-25-1914, d. 09-19-2002, Sgt., (Rocky Creek)

Malone, Tallie, b. 03-18-1910, d. 04-24-1982, Cpl. US Army WW-2, (Oak Grove.)

Maniscalco, Peter Joseph; b. 02-07-1921, d. 02-21-2008, 87 years old, US Navy “SeaBees”, WW-2, (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Manning, Robert “Bob”; b. 1838, d. 07-05-1912, Civil War Veteran, C.S.A., Co. “A” 46th Miss. (Red Creek Union Baptist Church cemetery) Information by Linda Ellis

Maples, Abner C; b. 1837, d. after 09-04-1916, Cpl., Smith- Turner’s Btty. Mississippi Light Artillery Civil War Veteran He was a mail carrier after the war traveling the Old Paulding Road from Paulding, Ms. to Mobile Alabama; he delivered mail until he was 106 years old. (Mt. Pisgah)

Maples, Alonzo “Lon”; b. 05-09-1895, d. 07-28-1980, funeral held 07-30-1980, 85 years old, WW-1 Veteran (Howell)

Maples, Florian; b. 12-01-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Maples, George; b. 01-14-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Maples, Luther Whit; b. 11-14-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Maples, Thomas; b. 07-17-1838, d. 12-01-1918, Pvt., Smith-Turner’s Battery, Ms. Lt. Artillery Civil War Veteran, (Maples cemetery-Greene)

Marble, Marshall Johnson “P.E.” (Professional Engineer); b. 02-06-1912, d. 03-15-2000, Lt. US Navy, WW-2 received the American Theatre Medal and the WW-2 Victory Medal Buried with full military honors (Rosedale United Methodist Church Cemetery-Jackson County)

Marcum, Elton Clarence; b. 02-03-1918, d. 11-01-1998, h/o Millo (Neal) Marcum Served in US Navy, WW-2 MM 2nd class (his wife Millo proudly served her country also during WW-2 by Proudly packing parachutes for the Army Air Force at Del Valley Field A/K/A Del Valley Army Air Base. (Decker Methodist Cemetery-Travis County, Texas) This is the adopted father and mother of my twin brothers, Pat & Mike Marcum.

Marino, Amos E; b. 02-11-1927, d. 10-13-1973, Seaman 1st Class WW-2 (Machpelah Cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Marino, Edward J; b. 06-29-1923, d. 03-04-1997, h/I Priscilla W. Marino, Pfc. US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Mars, George E; b. 04-30-1911, d. 09-08-1974, h/o Necia V. Mars, Pfc., US Army (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Marsilas, James; b. 05-02-1821, d. 10-11-1882, 4th Sgt., Civil War Veteran, information from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 naming 24th Ms. Infantry (Burris Family cem., Amite Co., Ms.)

Marsalis, Johnny Lee; b. 10-13-1950, d. 10-25-1969, Seaman Apprentice US Navy (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick Marshall, Dalton Ray (Sr.), b. 05-14-1912, d. 03-04-1990, PFC US Army WW-2, (Oak Grove)

Marshall (Marshal), Kytha; b. 03-21-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Marshall, Pete; b. 11-17-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Martin, Ernest Tucker; b. 06-04-1896, d. 08-31-1969, 73 years old, US Army, WW-1 (Agricola)

Martin, Evans Julius; b. 01-17-1910, d. 06-20-1978, Major US Army WW-2 (Thomas Cemetery-Greene)

Martin, Gene Davison; b. 09-08-1932, d. 01-25-2004, US Marine Corps, Korea & Vietnam, “3 Purple Hearts”, (Magnolia 4-19-a)

Martin, Jewel (Odom), b. 06-15-1928, d. 11-26-1975, section F-3, Cpl. US Army, Korea, (Rocky Creek)

Martin, Johnnie Lavar; b. 11-29-1929, d. 02-19-1996, (name taken from City Cemetery list of veterans) (Magnolia)

Martin, Johnny William; b. 08-24-1930, d. 11-09-2014, h/o Mary “Beth” (Mitchell) Martin US Army, Viet Nam service, Johnny was a charter member of the Brushy Creek Coffee Club, we will miss him! (Magnolia Cemetery-George County)

Martin, Joseph Henry; b. 10-30-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Martin, Ollie; b. 05-18-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Martin, Robert Ernest; b. 10-07-1943, d. 10-12-2012, h/o Kitty (Byrd) Martin, PFC USMC, (Serenity Gardens-Mobile) My next-door neighbor for many years and a good friend

Martin, Robert L. (Sr.), b. 02-23-1925, d. 08-18-1992, US Army WW-2, PURPLE HEART, (Pop-Paw-Paw), (Magnolia 4-99-a)

Martin, Wayne Alliston; b. 11-03-1924, d. 01-28-2012, 88 years old, h/o Jane Martin, Veteran of the US Armed Forces, (Agricola Cemetery)

Martin, William; b. 1838, d. 06-26-1930, Captain Co. “E” Miles’ Light Artillery, Civil War Veteran (Vancleave-Jackson)

Martin, William Ernest (Jr.), b. 10-09-1928, d. 01-12-1996, Sgt. US Marines WW-2, (Magnolia 2-24)

Martin, William “Homer”; b. 11-13-1926, d. 02-15-2014, 87 years old, h/o Jewel Martin, US Army, WW-2 serving in the Philippines and a Master Mason for 65 years. His grandson Marty Perkins and Marty’s wife Mimi attend church at Macedonia Missionary Baptist church in Lucedale, Ms. (internment at Unity Cemetery)

Mason, Albert Leslie; b. 06-02-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mason, Allen; b. 09-16-1846, d. 07-11-1921, Pvt., Co. “E” 36th Al. Inf. Civil War Veteran, (Mt. Pisgah)

Mason, Amos Jefferson; b. 08-09-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mason, Clinton, b. 09-16-1916, d. 11-27-1970, (Macedonia)

Mason, Clinton E; b. 04-28-1928, d. 10-31-1947, Pvt. 1664th Engr. Sv. Det. WW-2 (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Mason, Ellis Jr., b. 08-17-1904, d. 10-13-1988, Pvt. US Army, WW-2, (Macedonia)

Mason, Frank Perry; b. 03-02-1875, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mason, George Marvin (Jr.); b. 06-11-1943, d. 06-20-2008, 1st Sgt., 65 years old, (Rocky Creek)

Mason, Grady, b. 1-21-1919, d. 11-26-1987, PFC US Army Air Corps, WW-2, (Macedonia)

Mason, Harold Rayford “Teddy Bear”; b. 05-14-1939, d. 02-26-2013, h/o Ruby Lee (Brewer) Mason, US Army, (Bethel Baptist Cemetery, Citronelle, Al.) My next-door neighbor for over 20 years and a good friend.

Mason, James W. (Jr.); b. 07-06-1923, d. 07-16-1999, US Navy WW-2 (Palestine-Tanner Williams)

Mason, Jesse; b. 09-12-1822, d. 1899, Pvt. Co. “E” 36th Alabama Inf. Civil War Veteran, Prisoner of War, (Mt Pisgah)

Mason, “Reverand”John, b. 09-12-1822, d. 04-15-1908, Co. "G" 4th Ala. Res., (Civil War Veteran), Baptist Minister, (Macedonia)

Mason, Luther, b. 08-03-1916, d. 04-27-1992, h/o Annie Laura (Woodard) Mason, US Army WW-2, (Woodard.)

Mason, Lyman Perry, b. 07-11-1934, d. 11-15-2004, S-Sgt. US Air Force, Korea, (Magnolia 4-21-b)

Mason, Melvin (Sr.); b. 10-13-1914, d. 12-13-1982, 68 years old, WW-2 Veteran (Rosedale Cemetery-Jackson, Ms.)

Mason, Norris; b. 1835, d. 1920, Pvt., name and information from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 listing 24th Ms. Infantry Civil War Veteran

Mason, Powell Mack, b. 08-14-1826, d 07-09-1909, Co. “A” & "E" 36th Ala. Inf., Prisoner of War, he was captured on 02-23-1864 at Tunnel Hill, Georgia and sent to Camp Chase Prison, Johnson Island, Ill. He was paroled there at wars end. (Civil War Veteran), (Macedonia)

Mason, Scott, b. 01-26-1892, d. 06-18-1940, section E-7, Pvt.5th GP Mtd. Mg Tng. Gen. WW-1, (Rocky Creek)

Mason, Thomas; b. 03-14-1895, d. 11-16-1954, WW-1, Private first class, served in France and Germany, discharged 11-12-1919 (information from 1938 WPA records)

Mason, Wesley Napoleon; b. 07-07-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mason, Wiley, b. 03-08-1920, d. 02-14-2007, h/o Ina Marie (Hearndon) PFC, US Army WW-2, (Macedonia)

Mason, Willie, b. 2-14-1922, d. 10-06-1992, h/o Altha (Davis) Mason, Tech. 4 US Army, WW-2, (Macedonia)

Massey, Delbert; b. 09-07-1921, d. 10-23-1953; father of Sue (Massey) Crocker, Military veteran (Mt. Pisgah Baptist Cemetery)

Mathieu, Eugene W; b. 1898, d. 1976, Pvt., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Mathis, John L, b. 11-17-1922, d. 08-08-1987, section A-9, US Army, (Rocky Creek)

Mathis, Luther F; b. 08-05-1925, d. 10-24-2013, 88 years old, US Army WW-2 (Memorial Hill Cemetery-Dothan, Alabama)

May, Bobby Marion; b. 11-20-1930, d. 06-25-1993, 1st Sgt., US Army Korea & WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

May, Frank M; b. 03-02-1888, d. 12-09-1955, Pfc. Medical Detachment, 48th Artillery CAC, WW-1 (Biloxi National Cemetery)

May, Phillip F, b. 09-04-1919, d. 12-19-1995, TM3, US Navy, WW-2, (Carter)

Mayers, Pizaro Kemp; b. 10-10-1833, d. 07-28-1914, Captain, Co. “C” 9th Ms. Calvary, Civil War Veteran, (Machpelah Cemetery-Jackson)

Mayo, Andrew J; b. 02-09-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mayo, Charles Allen; b. 08-15-1906, d. 01-05-1968, WW-1 Veteran (Magnolia 1-356)

Mayo, Lucious; b. _______, d. _______, Private Co. “D” 540th engineers, discharged 06-16-1919, (information from 1938 WPA records)

McAdory, Guy, b. 11-20-1920, d. 06-26-1986, 1st Lt. US Army Air Corps, WW-2, (Magnolia 5-16-b)

McAdory, Davis Guy; b. 10-21-1946 d. 11-29-1997, h/o Mary Evelyn (McLeod) McAdory, US Air Force, (Woodard)

McAuley, Evander F; b. 07-30-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

McBay, Luther Ray, b. 01-11-1892, d. 11-10-1936, Corp., QM. Corps, WW-1, (Magnolia 2-37)

McBay, William Shelby; b. 07-29-1894, d. 06-17-1938, 43 years old, US Military WW-1 Veteran, #1584407, Sergeant Detachment Q.M.C. discharged 02-26-1919 (Magnolia 3-22)

McBride, Ralph C (Sr.), b. 09-15-1918, d. 12-15-1991, Tech. 5 US Army WW-2, (Shady Grove.)

McCaffrey, Grace Sims; b. 05-10-1910, d. 09-10-2000, US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

McCann, David C; b. 06-25-1904, d. 04-24-1975, Pvt. US Army (Simpson cemetery)

McCann, Sammie Lee; b. 01-02-1935, d. 10-11-1970, Sgt., US Army, Korea (Simpson-Greene)

McCann, Thomas (Jr.); b. 07-03-1936, d. 05-07-1960, SN, US Navy (Simpson)

McCardle, Thomas; b. 1836, d. 1886, Private, Civil War Veteran, Co. “G” 27th Mississippi Infantry, (Janice Cemetery-Perry County, Ms.

McCardle, Woodrow W, b. 11-11-1918, d. 02-21-1989, Pvt. US Army WW-2, (Oak Grove.)

McCarvey, Frank (Jr.); b. 12-25-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

McCelland, Joseph A; b. 08-17-1925, d. 08-10-2000, section F-10, Pfc. US Army (Rocky Creek)

McClain, William; b. _______, d. 05-15-1944, (Killed in Action in New Guinea Staff Sgt. & Gunner on B-24 Liberator, 400th Squadron (Black Pirates), 90th Bomb Group “Jolly Rogers”, 5th Air Force, served in the Pacific Theater of operations as a member of Robert Boswick Crew. Killed May 15, 1944, while flying with the John Savarese Crew, 320th Squadron (Moby Dick). The plane crashed on take off. Purple Heart (cemetery not named)

McClendon, John; b. 1790, d. 12-01-1869, Pvt. Mississippi Militia, War 1812, (Salem Cemetery-Avent)

McClure, Otis Grey; b. 05-31-1921, d. 06-22-2013, 92 years old, h/o (1) Retha (Vice) McClure (2) Myrtle Lee McClure, US Navy (Lee Cemetery)

McCool, Joseph Wayne; b. 11-03-1932, d. 07-01-1998, Cpl., US Army, Korea (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

McCormick, Mark Ray, b. 09-18-1910, d. 08-07-1991, Capt. US Navy, (Magnolia 5-10-b)

McCoy, James Harrison; b. ___, d. 1918, Co. “A” Jeff Davis Legion Calvary, enlisted Brookhaven, Ms., Civil War Veteran, information by Lisa McKinney (Magnolia Cemetery-Mobile, Al.))

McCoy, Joseph Bert; b. 04-16-1915, d. 03-21-1985, 69 years old, US Army, WW-2 (McLain Cemetery-McLain, Mississippi)

McCraney, Willie Ray; b. 1928, d. 08-19-2013, 85 years old, h/o Lois McCraney, US Army WW-2 (Richburg Cemetery-Lamar County, Ms.) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Feb 09, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 104911348

McCrary, Laurence Marion; b. 02-15-1877, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

McCreary, Willie James; b. 05-04-1935, d. 12-17-1959, US Army Pvt., 4th Battalion Training Command Bronze Star (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

McCrory, Ozzie Larmon; b. 01-08-1971, d. 12-13-1997, SSgt., US Army Persian Gulf (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

McCullough, Charles “Tom”; b. 04-11-1936, d. 01-12-2015, 78 years old, h/o Faye McCullough, US Marines, survived by his daughter Debra Cascio and many other family members and friends (Memorial Park Cemetery-Louisville, Ms.)

McDaniel, John Clemant; b. 10-29-1874, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

McDaniel, John R; b. 07-21-1921, d. 10-06-1968, Pvt., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

McDaniel, Joseph Daniel “Joe” (Jr.); b. 08-19-1927, d. 03-09-2008 Pfc., US Army, Korea, (Northside Baptist)

McDaniel, Joseph Daniel (Sr.); b. 09-04-1896, d. 03-31-1955, Cpl. Quartermaster Corp. WW-1 (Old Howell's Ferry)

McDaniel, Linsey Augusta; b. _______, d. 08-__-1979, Korean War Veteran, (Robertville Cemetery-Robertville, S.C.)

McDaniel, Lonnie; b. 03-30-1926, d. 02-12-2001, WW-2, Korea & Vietnam, Purple Heart, MSgt., (Johnson Cemetery-Jackson County)

McDerment, Walter “Boots”; b. 04-16-1924, d. 11-02-2007, 83 years old, h/o Lavelle McDerment, US Navy, WW-2, USS Enterprise, (Hickory Grove Cemetery, Moscow, Tenn.)

McDonald, Albert G, b. 01-14-1913, d. 12-02-1993, Pfc. US Army WW-2 "PURPLE HEART", (Magnolia 1-307)

McDonald, Amos; b. 12-15-1892, d. 04-29-1958, WW-1, Pvt., Co. “D” 366th Infantry (Stateline Cemetery)

McDonald, Christopher C; b. ___, d. ___, Civil War Veteran, enlisted in Enterprise, Ms., information by Lisa McKinney (Whistler Cemetery-Mobile, Al.)

McDonald, Dennis Julian (Sr.), b. 07-09-1936, d. 07-01-1999, United States Navy, (Movella Baptist.)

McDonald, Donald Wayne; b. 10-13-1938, d. 03-10-2011, 72 years old, US Army National Guard, (Barton Baptist)

McDonald, Frances G, b.02-13-1897, d.02-26-1979, "Nurse", Army Nurse Corps WW-1 (Refuge.)

McDonald, George E; b. 01-30-1907, d. 06-14-1976, PVT 25th Quartermaster Repl Training CR, WW-2 (Mutual Rights)

McDonald, Henry E; b. 07-22-1893, d. 01-25-1964, Pfc., Co. “B” 150th Infantry WW-1 (Mutual Rights-Greene)

McDonald, Jessie C. (Jr.), b. 03-08-1925, d. 03-25-1971, Pvt., Infantry, WW-2, Miss., (Movella Baptist.)

McDonald John; b. 07-16-1827, d. 06-08-1883, Pvt., Co. “H & A” Green & Perry Squads, State Troops, Civil War Veteran, (McLain & Wade cemetery-near Richton, Ms.)

McDonald, John Cephas; b. 09-26-1877, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

McDonald, John N, b. 06-24-1896, d. 12-01-1987, US Army, WW-1, (Refuge.)

McDonald, John Paul, b. 10-02-1931, d. 11-11-1992, Sgt. US Army Korea, (Barton Baptist)

McDonald, Joseph Troy, b. 04-05-1908, d. 09-18-2001, Tec4 US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 1-307)

McDonald, Oral Clyde, b. 12-07-1928, d. 09-26-1979, US Army, (New Hope.)

McDonald, Travis J; b. 1927, d. 05-01-1983, 56 years old, US Navy, (Vallhalla Mem. Garden-Mobile, Al.)

McDonald, Vernon Ray; b. 02-05-1930, d. 10-22-2003, h/o Betty (Luck) McDonald, US Navy retired as First Class Petty Officer (Lancaster Memorial Park Cemetery)

McDonald, Von Ray (Sr.); b. 1932, d. 12-19-1984, SR, US Navy, Korea, (Movella Baptist)

McDowell, William M.F; b. 05-21-1847, d. 08-31-1887, Pvt., Civil War Veteran, information from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 naming 24th Ms. Infantry (McDowell Family Cem., Amite, Co., Ms)

McEachern, Alexander Lane; b. 09-16-1846, d. 01-29-1924, Pvt. Co. “E” 1st Ms. Inf. Civil War Veteran, (Magnolia 1-393)

McEachern, Alexander Nyman, b. 02-22-1915, d. 08-02-1991, Sgt. US Army Air Forces, WW-2, (Magnolia 4-78-a)

McEachern, David Alexander; b. 06-25-1941, d. 11-05-2008, 67 years old, h/o Dorothy A. McEachern, US Army, (Magnolia)

McEachern, Slater Carl; b. 10-28-1878, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

McEachern, Slater Earl, b. 10-03-1911, d. 05-18-1978, Tech. 4 US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 4-20-a)

McEvoy, Juanita (Beasley); b. 10-23-1936, d. 10-08-2008, US Army, “Maw Maw” (service held at Forest Lawn Funeral Home, Saraland, Al.)

McFarlane, Calhoun S; b. 07-28-1893, d. 11-24-1969, Pvt., US Army WW-1 (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

McGarity, John Earl; b. _______, d. 04-06-2008, Retired Major Mississippi Army National Guard, served during the Berlin Crisis, (Memorial Garden-West Point) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Feb 10, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 104941398

McGilberry, Isaah; b. 10-06-1872, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

McGilberry, Willie Lee; b. 04-01-1915, d. 06-29-1986, SSgt US Army WW-2 (Ellisville city cem. #2 New Section -Jones county) information by Cleveland Sowell

McGill, Conelias; b. 01-10-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

McGill, James; b. 01-25-1900, d. 08-27-1999, WW-1 (Benson cem. Jones county) information by Cleveland Sowell

McGowen, Othmer Clarence; b. 11-29-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

McGrue, Clarance; b. 05-22-1895, d. 10-23-1922, Pvt., 159th Depot Brigade, WW-1 (State Line “B”-Greene)

McHenry, Leemon B; b. 06-04-1933, d. 03-25-2015, 81 years old, h/o Joyce (Scemeca) McHenry, US Marines for 33 years, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star with Combat “V”, the Combat Action Ribbon, the Navy Commendation Medal with 2 Bronze Stars. (Colonial Cemetery-Independence, Louisiana)

McIlwain, James Edward; b. 08-28-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

McInnis, Arthur; b. 1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

McInnis, Christopher C; b. 11-23-1804, d. 07-09-1879, Cpl. Co. “A”, 24th Ms. Inf., enlisted 03-08-1861, discharged 04-26-1865(Clark Chapel-State Line) Civil War Veteran

McInnis, Colon Lindsey “Coot”; b. 08-29-1829, d. 06-10-1878, Sgt. Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf. Enlisted 08-02-1861, discharged 04-26-1865 Civil War Veteran (Clarks Chapel in Old Avera)

McInnis, Daniel; b. 06-__-1793, d. 09-24-1864, h/o Mary Jane “Jinnie” (McDuffie) McInnis, Pvt. 37th Ms. Inf. (cemetery not named) War of 1812

McInnis, D.C; b. ___, d. 02-28-1926, Civil War Veteran, Prisoner of War, name and information from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 naming 24th Ms. Infantry (Sartinville Cem., Sartinville, Ms.)

McInnis, Dewey; b. 06-25-1934, d. 07-01-1977, MSgt., US Air Force, Korea & Vietnam (Sweetwater-Greene)

McInnis, Duncan Lewis, b. 06-14-1882, d. 06-09-1933, PVT Co. “B” 6th Inf., enlisted 07-25-1903, discharged 12-15-1907, cause of death was T.B. of the throat (Woodard.)

McInnis, Dunward, b. 03-24-1916, d. 02-25-1987, S1 US Navy WW-2, (Woodard.)

McInnis, Jack, b. 10-11-1932, d. 04-07-1964, SA US Navy Korea, (Woodard.)

McInnis, James M; b. 03-01-1944, d. 05-08-2014, h/o Sally McInnis, US Navy, USS Mansfield DD-728 & Herman J. Thomas DD-833, MM2class, Vietnam service, buried with full military honors including 21 gun salute. (Peaceful Gardens Section of the Ector County Cemetery, Odessa, Texas)

McInnis, J.J; b. 03-20-1828, d. 04-28-1903, Civil War Veteran (McInnis Cem)

McInnis (McInnies), John; b. 08-12-1816, d. 08-03-1899, Pvt. Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf. Enlisted 04-08-1861, discharged 04-26-1865, McInnis –Vernal) Civil War Veteran

McInnis, John Malcolm “Mack”; b. 03-16-1934, d. 03-31-2013, 79 years old, h/o Kay (Williams) McInnis, US Army Korea, (McInnis Cemetery-Greene) information by Betty Radcliff Marshall

McInnis, Kevy James; b. 1937, d. 1978, funeral held 05-31-1978, Korean War Veteran, (St. Luke Cemetery, Barbara, Perry County, Ms.)

McInnis, Leo Everett; b. 08-26-1917, d. 09-09-1956, 2nd Lt. 4th Marines, 6th Marine Div. WW-2 & Korea Purple Heart, US Marine Corps (McInnis Family Cemetery-Vernal)

McInnis, Mack; b. 1934, d. 03-31-2013, 79 years old, h/o Kay (Williams) McInnis, US Army, Korea (McInnis Cemetery-Greene County)

McInnis, Monroe; b. 12-26-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

McInnis, Murdock, b.05-??-1834, d. 12-28-1913, Capt. C.S.A. Co. “A” 17th Battalion Ms. Calvary, this unit merged with Steede’s 9th Ms. Cav, “Mounted Partisan Rangers” (Civil War Veteran), (Merrill)

McInnis, Murdock Clyde; b. 05-06-1874, d. 04-08-1930, Spanish American War, Co. "C" 2nd Alabama Infantry (Naomi Cain Cemetery)

McInnis, Neil Murdock (Merdoc); b. 05-03-1894, d. 05-12-1961, Pfc. 141st Field Artillery, WW-1 (Woodard)

McInnis, Randall; b. 12-13-1837, d. 02-24-1907, Pvt. Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf. Wounded in Action, Prisoner of War, captured November 1863 at Chattanooga, Tennessee and was transferred to Prison at Louisville, Kentucky, Civil War Veteran, (McInnis-Vernal)

McInnis, Richmond; b. 04-09-1889, d. 11-26-1972, WW-1, Private served in France and England, discharged 04-24-1919 (3-208 Magnolia)

McInnis, Wanona (Howard); b. 02-04-1915, d. 03-20-2010, w/o Willis D. McInnis, US Army Nurse, WW-2 (Woodard)

McInnis, Willie Pat; b. 08-03-1922, d. 12-20-2003, 81 years old, Purple Heart, US Marine Corps (Mcinnis Cemetery-Vernal)

McInnis, Willis Duncan; b. 02-26-1912, d. 4-5-1986, h/o Wanona (Howard) McInnis, US Army WW-2, (Woodard)

McIntosh, Alex; b. 04-09-1892, d. 03-10-1938, h/o Malzia (Eubanks) McIntosh, served in France & Germany from July 17, 1918 t0 Aug. 15-1919, Pfc., WW-1, 39th Infantry, 4th Infantry Division (McIntosh Family Cemetery-Greene)

McIntosh, John Riley Bliss; b. 04-05-1819, d. 05-10-1901, Pvt. Co. “E” 21st Al. Inf. He was Wounded in Action at the Battle of Shiloh on April 6th, 1862, Enlisted 06-08-1861 discharged 04-26-1865, Civil War Veteran (McIntosh Family-Vernal)

McVay, Edwin V; b. 11-28-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

McKay, Milton L; b. 1847, d. 1892, h/o Evelyn Ellen (Reeves) McKay, Pvt. Co. “A” 4th Regiment Ms. Calvary & Co. “B” 46th Ms. Cav. enlisted 07-26-1864, discharged (Parolled as Prisoner of War) 05-12-1865, (William Reeves Cemetery) Civil War Veteran

McKay, Richmond; b. 01-29-1908, d. 11-22-1989, (name taken from City Cemetery list of Veterans) (Magnolia 3-171)

McKay, Richmond Mcinnis; b. 06-26-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

McKee, Samuel Logan; b. 05-17-1930, d. 06-30-1987, US Army Korea (Mt. Pisgah Pentecostal)

McKenzie, Verlon (Sr.); b. 10-20-1931, d. 07-03-1996, Korea, US Army, (Biloxi National Cemetery)

McKinney, John N; b. 1928, d. 1987, Tech 5 US Army, WW-2, (Magnolia 2-281)

McLain, Anguish; b. 04-0-4-1844, d. 09-25-1907, Pvt., Co. “I” 36th Al. Inf., Civil War Veteran (Dantzler-McLain)

McLain, I.D; b. 09-03-1824, d. 03-06-1882, Pvt., Civil War Veteran, information from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 (Roseland cemetery-Amite Co., Ms.)

McLain, Sam; b. 07-20-1893, d. 04-07-1975, Pvt., US Army, WW-1 (McLain Cemetery-Greene)

McLain, William B; b. _______, d. 05-15-1944, Killed in Action WW-2, SSgt., Purple Heart, (Inscription. This plaque is dedicated as a tribute to those of our group who unselfishly gave their lives for their country, this plaque is located in the Manila American cemetery & Memorial in Manilla, Philippines)

McLaurin, Phillip W; b. ___, d. ___ MM2 US Navy Reserves (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

McLean, John; b. 03-__-1843, d. 1894, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran (Red Hill-Piave, Ms.)

McLellan, John Patrick (Sr.), b. 01-11-1923, d. 09-10-1997, section A-10, PFC US Army WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

McLemore, Hansel Gordon; b. 09-16-1928, d. 01-04-2002, 73 years old, h/o Sharlene (Estis) McLemore, US Marine Corps. He was Wounded in Action, June 4th, 1951, Purple Heart, Korean Service Medal w/3 stars, United Nations Medal, Presidential Unit Citation with 1/star, Good Conduct Medal Bronze Star for Valor, Korea, (Natchez Trace Memorial Park Cemetery)

McLemore, Lionel T; b. _______, d. 11-01-1944, US Army Pvt., Killed In Action in France, WW-2 Purple Heart, (Co. “B” 179th Infantry Regiment, 45th Infantry Division (buried in Epinal American CemeteryPlot A Row 10 Grave 5 / Memorial, Lorraine, France)

McLendon, Elvin O’Guine (Sr.); b. 05-17-1926, d. 06-08-2012, 86 years old, h/o Chappell McLendon, retired after serving for 20 years in the US Army, (New Life Cemetery)

McLendon, James M; b. 10-11-1922, d. 10-25-2008, 86 years old, h/o Mary McLendon, US Army Air Corp., WW-2 (Cremated)

McLendon, Lindsey W; b. 01-09-1922, d. 06-27-2002, Cpl., US Army, WW-2, 1942-1946, (Magnolia 6-51-c-1)

McLendon, Malcolm; b. 1839, d. 02-27-1915, Co. “A” 9th Ms. Cav., Civil War Veteran, son of John and Mary (Black) McLendon (Leaf-Leaf, Ms.)

McLendon, Malcolm Virgil; b. 04-10-1895, d. 01-07-1964, 68 years old, WW-1 Mississippi Pvt. Co. “B” 168th Infantry (Leaf)

McLendon, Oscar; b. 08-04-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

McLeod, Arlis Delaine “AD”; b. 03-27-1935, d. 08-20-2013, US Army served in Germany, son of Edna & David Franklin McLeod (Sweetwater-Greene)

McLeod, Albert; Captured and died in prison, Civil War Veteran, information from book titled A Leakesviklle Newspaper and other items” dated 1996 by Joan Strickland and Patricia N. Edwards, page 131 (list 0f deceased Civil War Veterans)

McLeod, Allen; b. 03-06-1846, d. 09-18-1896, Pvt. Co. “H” 3rd Battalion, Ms. Infantry, State Troops, Civil War Veteran (McLeod Family)

McLeod, Benjamin; b. 04-22-1913, d. 12-04-2010, h/o Katie, US Navy, served 8 years active duty, 20 years in the reserves and retired as a Commander in 1972 ( cemetery not named)

McLeod, Bliss; b. 02-03-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

McLeod, Charles E; b. 07-07-1922, d. 07-30-1996, Cpl. US Army WW-2 (Mt. Pisgah Community)

McLeod, Clyde; b. 03-05-1897, d. 04-06-1963, Private first class, WW-1, Medical department, discharged 06-13-1919, (Rocky Creek) Information from 1938 WPA records)

McLeod, Dan; b. 05-11-1838, d. 09-08-1919, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Infantry Civil War Veteran, (Magnolia-Leakesville)

McLeod, Daniel; b. 07-09-1836, d. 04-02-1919, Pvt., Co. “A” 23rd Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Magnolia, Greene County)

McLeod, David Allen; b. 12-21-1945, d. 01-27-2011, 65 years old, h/o Vallinda McLeod, US Navy, Vietnam, (cemetery not named in obit. George County Funeral Home)

McLeod, Edwin C; b. 08-06-1918, d. 10-24-1982, Tech5 US Army WW-2 (Scotland)

McLeod, Elliott Hale; b. 10-28-1920, d. 10-02-1964, 42 years old, PVT., US Marine Corp. WW-2 (Winborn Chapel-Greene County)

McLeod, Elmer “Doots”; b. 11-02-1923, d. 11-18-1998, 75 years old, h/o Verma McLeod, WW-2 Veteran, (Winborn Chapel-Greene County, Mississippi)

McLeod, Ernest P; b. 01-17-1897, d. 05-21-1987, Sgt., US Army WW-1 (Scotland)

McLeod, George Cecil (Jr.); b. 02-28-1927, d. 09-05-2011, 84 years old, h/o Elaine McLeod, WW-2 Veteran, (Scotland-Greene County)

McLeod, Hardy “Mac”; b. 02-07-1921, d. 06-08-2005, h/o Rose Marie (Sugrue) McLeod, US Army Combat Paratrooper, WW-2 Pacific Theater, (Melrose Cemetery-Bridgeville, Pa.)

McLeod, Irving Marion; b. 04-02-1918, d. 11-13-1994, h/o Mary Evelyn (Spicers) McLeod, MM1C, US Coast Guard, WW-2, (Woodard)

McLeod, James Burnham “Jimmy”, b. 05-23-1936, d. 11-20-1956, section F-6, Sgt. Btry. "C" 63rd Fa. Bn., Korea, Killed in Action, Purple Heart (Rocky Creek)

McLeod, John; b. 01-14-1843, d. 11-21-1926, Pvt. Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf. Civil War Veteran (McLeod Family)

McLeod (McCleod), John; b. 10-01-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

McLeod, John Earl (Sr.); b. 04-12-1927, d. 05-26-1977, 50 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Rocky Creek)

McLeod, John J; b. 05-01-1846, d. 02-25-1932, Pvt., Co. Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Scotland cemetery)

McLeod, John Knox; b. 11-24-1920, d. 10-25-2003, 82 years old, h/o Ida Mae (Watson) McLeod, US Navy Wounded in Action, Purple Heart (McLeod Family Cemetery-Wade, Ms.)

McLeod, John M; b. 06-29-1884, d. 03-11-1959, Pvt. Btry. “D” 149th Fld. Arty., WW-1 (Scotland-McLeod-Greene)

McLeod, John Roah; b. 09-14-1843, d. 11-21-1921, Pvt., Civil War Veteran, information from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 naming 24th Ms. , Infantry (Green Cemetery-Vernal, Ms.)

McLeod, Kenneth Oscar; b. 02-16-1921, d. 11-22-2005, 84 years old, US Army, WW-2, (Scotland Cemetery-Greene County, Mississippi)

McLeod, Kern; b. 08-03-1905, d. 07-24-1983, Pvt., US Army WW-2 (Winborn Chapel)

McLeod, Lawerence, L; b. 08-11-1900, d. 02-09-1070, h/o Florestine C. McLeod, F1class US Navy WW-1 (Union cemetery Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

McLeod, Louis F; b. _____, d. 10-08-1918, Cpl. Central Inf. Officers Training School WW-1 (Scotland-McLeod-Greene))

McLeod, Marion “Arnold” Sr.; b. 04-08-1922, d. 10-12-2009, 87 years old, h/o Olgia (Flurry) McLeod, US Air Force, WW-2, (Pine Grove Methodist Cemetery)

McLeod, Marshall Henderson “Reverend”; b. 12-14-1926, d. 05-18-2006, 79 years old, h/o Audie Mae McLeod, US Army, WW-2, (Scotland Cemetery-Greene County, Misssissippi)

McLeod, Norman L; b. 02-24-1891, d. 11-25-1979, 88 years old, US Army, WW-1, (McLeod Family-Greene County-Vernal)

McLeod, Orland Roscoe; b. 06-06-1938, d. 06-29-2014, 76 years old, h/o Carrie Lou McLeod, US Marine Corp., Korean Conflict, (Woodard Cemetery)

McLeod, Othma Larayette; b. 10-09-1911, d. 11-16-1980, h/o Maria (Guiseppina) Calie McLeod (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

McLeod, Owen; b. 04-07-1914, d. 06-10-1986, Tec5 US Army WW-2 (Green Family)

McLeod, Pete H; b. 1934, d. 03-25-2012, 78 years old, h/o Ina Mae McLeod, US Army, (Highland Cemetery-Hattiesburg)

McLeod, Robert Dale; b. 10-20-1930, d. 09-04-2001, h/o #1 Bettye (Powell) Moore & #2 Patricia (Bryan) McLeod, US Army Korea, (Green Cemetery-Vernal)

McLeod, Robert Wilton; b. 01-20-1920, d. 02-17-1943, Military veteran, Killed In Action, Purple Heart, WW-2 (Leaf Cemetery-Greene)

McLeod, Rufus; b. 10-12-1915, d. 03-06-1977, h/o Glova (Brewer) McLeod, Pfc., served in North African Theatre-Italy, captured by Germans, held in Stalag 2B Hammerstein, (99 work camps in the vicinity of Koslin & Stolop, West Prussia, Prisoner of War, Good Conduct Medal, Middle Eastern Service Ribbon, Bronze Star (Rocky Creek plot F-6)

McLeod, Samuel Roderick “Sam”; b. 10-04-1936, d. 11-21-2008, 72 years old, US Air Force, h/o Molly McLeod (Aurora Cemetery, Wasilla, Alaska)

McLeod, Scott Allen; b. 06-12-1931, d. 07-01-1965, Pvt. Quartermaster Corps, (Winborn Chapel)

McLeod, Swayn; b. 09-04-1832, d. 12-03-1908, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Magnolia-Leakesville)

McLeod, Thomas M. “Tommy”; b. 07-15-1942, d. 03-22-2013, 70 years old h/o #1 Darnell (Mizell) McLeod, h/o #2 Peggy (Wilz) McLeod, US Army (Rocky Creek Cemetery)

McLeod, Wesley T; b. 10-17-1953, d. 03-20-1996, US Navy (Green)

McLeod, William “Bill” T; b. 12-27-1888, d. 06-26-1957, 68 years old, WW-1 Veteran, (Maples McLeod/aka/ Scotland Cemetery-Greene County, Ms.)

McLeod, Willie Gavin; b. 01-12-1924, d. 03-10-2006, 82 years old, h/o Margie McLeod, US Army, WW-2, (Mt. Pisgah-Greene County, Mississippi)

McLeod, William Roderick; b. 10-06-1852, d. 01-09-1941, h/o Mary (Williams) McLeod US Army WW-1 (Woodard)

McLeod, William Rodrick “Jack”; b. 07-08-1911, d. 07-16-1989, 78 years old, h/o Mary (Williams) McLeod, WW-2 Veteran, (Woodard)

McLure, Q.P. (Jr.); b. 10-15-1919, d. 09-27-1999, US Merchant Marines WW-2, (Crossroads Free Pentecostal)

McMahan, Jim Warren, b. 05-29-1920, d. 02-24-1982, Pvt. US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 4-74-d)

McMillan, Amon Kennedy (Dr.); b. 11-11-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

McMillan, John; b. 03-02-1881, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

McMillan, Robert Lewis; b. 09-28-1916, d. 10-27-1989, 74 years old, US Army, WW-2, (Shady Grove)

McMullan, Charles Ernest “Coach Mack”; b. _____, d. 11-06-2002, 70 years old, US Army (Decatur City Cemetery-Decatur, Alabama) information by Betty Radcliff Marshall

McMurphy, Charles Warren; b. 08-08-1941, d. 06-22-2015, 73 years old, h/o Joeann (Welford) McMurphy, US Army Veteran (Magnolia-George)

McMurphy, Dewey W; b. 08-11-1928, d. 02-12-1992, 63 years old, US Army, Korea, (Hollywood Mausoleum-McComb, Mississippi)

McNail, Robert Allen; b. 09-16-1974, d. 02-11-2005, s/o Mr. & Mrs. Marvin McNail of Meridian, Ms., 30 years old, Pvt., US Army National Guard Co. “B” 150th Combat Engineer Battalion out of Quitman, Ms., Killed in Action when an I.E.D. exploded near his vehicle in Iraq Bronze Star Medal, Purple Heart (buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery-Meridian) he was in he unit with Sean Cooley

McNease, Walter O; b. 09-13-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

McNeill, George Freeman, b. 03-03-1933, d. 12-21-1993, SP3 US Army, Korea, (Magnolia 5-28-b)

McQueen, Henry C; b. 01-06-1897, d. 11-30-1981, US Army WW-1 (Union cem. Moss Point) Information by Julius Redmond

McRae, Adolpus D.; b. 04-09-1926, d. 01-24-2004, US Navy, WW-2 (New Antioch) information from set up at Wal Mart 09-25-2012

McRae, Murdock L; b. 09-15-1840, d. 04-20-1915, Pvt., Co. “B” 13th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, eblisted 03-08-1862, discharged 04-26-1865 (Magnolia-Greene)

McRaney, Gale Leonard “Coach”; b. 08-15-1938, d. 06-23-2008, Mississippi Air National Guard 1983-1994, (Holliman Cemetery-Pearl River County)

McReynolds, Otho K; b. 05-14-1917, d. 08-24-1987, MSgt., US Air Force, (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

McSwain, Malcolm W; b. 10-21-1844, d. 04-29-1930, Pvt., Co. “C” or “D” 9th Ms. Cav. Steede’s Bttn. Civil War Veteran, (Buffalo Cemetery-McLain)

McSwain, Olander W; b. 09-20-1911, d. 08-22-1949, US Army Pfc Engineers WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

McVay, Luke; b. _______, d. _______, (this name was taken from the City Cemetery List of Veterans) (Magnolia) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Jun 25, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 112905057

Memoria, Andrew; b. 01-__-1840, d. 03-29-1935 WW-1 (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Mergenschroer, Calmas Allen; b. 10-__-1924, d. 2-__-1982, h/o Jimmie (Ivey) Mergenschroer, US Army, Staff-Sgt.WW-2 & Korea, (Barton)

Mergenschroer, Clarence, b. 10-31-1921, d. 08-28-2003, h/o Ada Mae (Boutwell) Mergenschroer, Rank was CS “Culinary Specialist”, we knew them as Mess Cook’s, US Navy, WW-2, (Magnolia), and information provided by his daughter Bhrenda Fryfogle & Edward Tigett, was not marked as a veteran

Mergenschroer, Theodore Henry, b. 11-04-1896, d. 07-16-1981, US Army WW-1, (Magnolia 3-326)

Merritt, Albert Hill, b. 05-02-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Merritt (Merritte), Anguish L; b. 12-27-1846, d. 04-07-1921, Pvt., Captain John Willis “Home Guards”, Civil War Veteran (Merritt or Merritte-near Leakesville)

Merritt, Buford H; b. 07-02-1929, d. 08-23-2013, 84 years old, h/o Carolyn (Shilling) Merritt, US Air Force (Buffalo Cemetery-McLain)

Merritt, Grover; recognized as a Veteran at Memorial Day Service at Carter cemetery 05-26-2014 (no military or burial information given)

Merritt, Grover Eugene; b. 06-12-1912, d. 02-26-1976, PFC., US Army, WW-2 (Merritt Cemetery-Greene)

Merritt, Harry; b. 1927, d. 1979, Pvt., US Army WW-2 (Merritt cemetery Greene County, Ms.)

Merritt, J. T, b. 02-21-1922, d. 12-23-1983, PFC US Army WW-2, (Pipkin Cemetery, off Fig Farm Road)

Merritt, Jefferson Delano; b. 1936, d. 04-18-2012, 76 years old, US Army, (Daughdrill Cemetery)

Merritt, John D; b. 05-20-1896, d. 06-20-1965, WW-1 Veteran, h/o Corine (Green) Merritt, (Neely Cemetery-Greene County)

Merritt, Luther; he was recognized as a veteran during Memorial Day Service at Carte Cemetery 05-26-2014 (no military or burial information available)

Merritt, Overton Franklin, b. 03-10-1893, d. 11-26-1975, Pvt. US Army WW-1, (Corinth)

Merritt, Quinton D, b. 10-20-1923, d. 11-09-1987, PFC US Army WW-2, (Pipkin Cemetery – off Fig Farm Road)

Merritt, Ray Elwood, b. 11-24-1925, d. 03-15-1982, Pvt. US Army Korea, (Corinth)

Merritt, Simon Kenneth, b. 02-16-1936, d. 12-14-1995, SN US Navy, (Corinth)

Merritt, W.D; he was recognized as a Veteran at Memorial Day Service at Carter cemetery 05-26-2014 (no military or burial info given)

Meyer, Jack Arthur; b. 02-13-1951, d. 04-19-2004 h/o Bobby H. Meyer, ETR2 US Navy, (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Michel, Florian Joseph (Jr.); b. ______, d. 12-09-2013, h/o Patricia (Cain) Michel, US Army, Korea, Funeral Military rites by the VFW Post 3036 Honor Guard (Providence Cemetery, Hattiesburg, Ms.)

Mickle, William English; b. 10-31-1846, d. 02-18-1920, Wounded in Action, Co. “A” 3rd Alabama Infantry, Civil War Veteran, information by Lisa McKinney, enlisted Macon, Ms., n cemetery named

Miles, Frank; b. 08-05-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Miles, Joe; b. 01-03-1893, d. 10-14-1976, Pfc. WW-1 US Army (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Miles, Joseph B, b. 07-06-1916, d. 05-__-1984, PFC, US Army, WW-2, (Saint James.)

Miles, Robert Lee Grant; b. 07-16-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Miles, Willie; b. 08-27-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Miles, Willie, b. 09-28-1922, d. 05-05-1977, Pvt., US Army, WW-2, (Mount Sinai)

Millender, Melvin M; b. 02-22-1954, d. 12-15-2004, US Navy (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Miller, Burnice; b. 06-05-1921, d. 10-26-1989, 68 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Shady Grove)

Miller, Charlie Stephens; b. 06-22-1896, d. 02-22-1978, US Army, WW-1, (Magnolia 4-39-a)

Miller, Chiney; b. _______, d. _______, Co. “D” First Mississippi Volunteers (Spanish American War) information from 1938 Mississippi WPA records)

Miller, Christopher C. (Jr.); b. 10-07-1942, d. 01-18-2009, 66 years old, US Air Force, (Magnolia)

Miller, Donald Darrell “Don: b. 05-03-1948, d. 12-10-1992, US Army “Truck Driver”, (Hartselle Memorial Gardens-Morgan County, Alabama)

Miller, Eli Madison; b. 03-08-1841, d. 12-09-1911, Pvt., Co. “A” 9th Ms. Cav., Civil War Veteran, Wounded at Franklin, Tenn., (Williamson Family Cemetery-Mclain)

Miller, Frank; b. 03-18-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Miller, George Washington; b. 11-27-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Miller, Homer M; b. 02-24-1896, d. 05-03-1965, Pvt., Co. “E” 114th Ammunition Transportation WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Miller, James, b. 1898, d. 1981, Pvt., US Army, WW-1 (Antioch Baptist -Merrill Road)

Miller, James Dawson (Sr.); b. 1926, d. 09-17-2009, 83 years old, h/o Ann B. Miller, US Navy, WW-2 (Wiggins Cemetery, Wiggins, Ms.)

Miller, John Edward (Jr.), b. 04-23-1939, d. 04-10-2004, S/SGT US Army 82nd Air Borne, (Shady Grove.)

Miller, John Edward (Sr.); b. 11-17-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Miller, John Madison; b. 08-24-1840, d. 10-08-1920, h/o Mary Miller, Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., enlisted in 1861, he was captured before the surrender Prisoner of War, Civil War Veteran (Miller Family-Leakesville)

Miller, Johnny Ford, b. 12-31-1921, d. 09-08-1996, section G-2, Tech. 4 US Army, (Rocky Creek)

Miller, Larry Austin; b. 12-29-1938, d. 06-23-1999, SP4 US Army Vietnam, (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Miller, Leon; b. 12-27-1920, d. 12-26-1999, Pfc. US Army WW-2 (Mt. Pisgah Pentecostal)

Miller, Levi; b. 04-05-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Miller, Luther; b. 12-27-1924, d. 11-20-2012, 87 years old, h/o Nerene Miller, preceded in death by his first wife Ernestine (Denmark) Miller, served in WW-2 and Korea, US Navy aboard the USS St. Louis CL-49, nicknamed the “Lucky Lou” because it did not sink after being torpedoed & US Army, Korean Service Medal, 2 Bronze Stars, United Nations Service Medal and the Overseas Service Bar, (Mt. Pisgah Cemetery)

Miller, Lyman; b. _______, d. 03-16-1945, Killed in Action WW-2 Pfc., 42nd. Field Artillery Battalion, 4th Infantry Division, buried in Lorraine American cemetery, St. Avold (Moselle) France, plot B, row 23, grave #22, Purple Heart Miller, Maher T, b. 01-02-1842, d. 02-12-1863, section B-7, Co. "E" 36th Ala. Regt. C.S.A. Civil War Veteran, (Rocky Creek)

Miller, Shelton; b. 10-26-1918, d. 02-20-2000, US Army Pfc., (Shady Grove)

Miller, Sherwood (Sherewood); b. 02-04-1877, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Miller, Vernon P; b. _____, d. _____; Wagoner, US Army, WW-1, enlisted 05-10-1917, Supply Co. 20 F.A., was with Allied Envasion Forces in France “Lt. Die Sector, Frayselle, Ct. Mihiel (information from Military discharge records located in George County court House (no cemetery named)

Miller, Walter; b. 07-04-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Miller, Walter “B”; b. 06-12-1916, d. 09-14-2004, 88 years old, US Army, WW-2, (Refuge)

Miller, Warren, b. 03-11-1921, d. 12-31-1970, PFC Co. "K", 354th Inf., WW-2, (Refuge.)

Miller, Warren “Bo” (Jr.); b. 09-10-1950, d. 11-29-2008, US Coast Guard, served in Vietnam (Barton)

Miller, Washington W; b. 10-02-1841, d. 03-18-1908, Pvt. Co. “C” Civil War Veteran (Stateline cem)

Miller, Wesley; b. 05-13-1877, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Miller, William James; b. 02-19-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mills, Jerd Wirt; b. 05-27-1893, d. _______, Private, enlisted in Lucedale 07-22-1918, Medical department discharged 12-26-1918, (information from 1938 WPA records)

Mills, George James; b. 1830, d. ___, Pvt., name from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 naming 24th Ms. Infantry Civil War Veteran (no more information given)

Mills, Henry G; b. 09-25-1820, d. 10-01-1904, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf. Civil War Veteran, (Mt. Pisgah)

Mills, Joel Lang; b. 08-02-1846, d. 02-16-1917, Pvt., Civil War Veteran, name taken from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 naming 24th Ms. Infantry (Jasper/Williams cem-Fruitdale, Al.)

Mills, Johnny M, b. 10-19-1922, d. 05-28-1995, US Navy, WW-2, (Macedonia)

Mills, John Willis; b. 1838, d. 03-18-1893, Pvt., Civil War Veteran, name from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 naming 24th Ms. Infantry (no more info given)

Mills, Pleasant S; b. 03-12-1848, d. 09-08-1927, Pvt., Co. “C” 37th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Red Hill-Piave)

Mills, Robert C; b. _____, d. 01-01-1933, Alabama-Cord 324th Inf. 81st Div. WW-1 (Mt Pisgah Community)

Mills, William Washington; b. 10-02-1841, d. 03-18-1908, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (State Line cemetery)

Mills, Wiley Guy; b. 04-04-1901, d. ____, WW-2 Veteran, veterans information not available (Sweetwater)

Mills, William C; b. 11-05-1928, d. 02-05-1996, US Navy, WW-2 (Magnolia)

Mills, William T. (Jr.), b. 03-07-1922, d. 10-26-1975, Pfc., US Army, WW-2, (New Hope.)

Mills, William W; b. 07-09-1848, d. 03-18-1908, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Mt. Pisgah)

Mills, William Wesley; b. 04-02-1891, d. 09-05-1974, 83 years old, US Army, WW-1, (Rocky Creek)

Mims, Jack Kelly, b. 12-05-1918, d. 01-31-1974, Captain, US Army Air Corps WW-2, (Magnolia 4-70-d)

Mingee, William Malcolm (Jr.), b. 05-06-1922, d. 09-30-1996, 2nd Lt. US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 1-367)

Mingee, William Malcolm (Sr); b. 08-08-1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Minter, Ray K; b. 05-22-1923, d. 07-02-1993, US Army WW-2 (Anderson & Mitner cem.) information by Jeff & Joy Coker

Mitchell, Barton Albert, b. 07-15-1916, d. 06-15-1998, PFC US Army, WW-2, (Macedonia)

Mitchell, Benjamin A, b. 1876, d. 10-13-1929, WW-1, US Military Veteran (Macedonia)

Mitchell, Bennie, b. 09-17-1923, d. 11-08-1988, S1C US Navy, WW-2, (Macedonia)

Mitchell, Bobby Gene; b. 09-05-1937, d. 02-02-2014, 76 years old, h/o Loretta (Welford) Mitchell, US Army Veteran (Magnolia)

Mitchell, Charlie Wilbur (Sr.), b. 08-16-1927, d. 03-21-1987, h/o #1 Margaret (Davis) Mitchell, #2 Rachel (McLeod) Mitchell, Seaman 1 Class, US Navy, awards: WW-2 Victory Medal, American Theater Medal, Asiatic Pacific Medal, (Macedonia)

Mitchell, Gilbert Steele, b. 02-17-1929, d. 02-04-1997, PFC, US Army, Korea, (Refuge.)

Mitchell, Luther Burl; b. 04-18-1914, d. 01-25-1968, 53 years old, WW-2 Veteran (Shady Grove)

Mixon, James Abram “Jimmie”, (Sr.); b. 02-26-1890, d. 03-13-1959, h/o Henrietta (Turner) Mixon US Army, WW-1, (Antioch Methodist, Benndale)

Mixon, James Abram (Jr.); b. 01-13-1933, d. 06-11-2000, h/o Velma Rae Mixon, Pfc., US Army, Korea, (Antioch Methodist, Benndale)

Mixon, Joice (Joyce); b. 03-20-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mixon, Loe, (Joe); b. 1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mixon, Norman Burnell; b. 11-09-1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mixon, Print; b. 03-13-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mixon, William Knox; b. 09-12-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mizell, Anguish Knox; b. 04-24-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mizell, C.D; b. _____, d. 11-11-2014, 88 years old, h/o Joan Mizell, US Navy, WW-2 (Sandhill Cemetery)

Mizell, Clarence Eugene; b. 12-07-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mizell, Cleveland A. “Cleve”; b. 1917, d. 12-22-2011, 94 years old, h/o Nettie (Hansen) Mizell & Melonee (Davis) Mizell US Army, WW-2, (Serene Memorial Gardens, Moss Point)

Mizell, David Sire; b. 1834, d. 11-09-1913, Civil War Veteran, 5th Ala. Inf., "Mobile", (Information Provided by Roy Mizell), (Crossroads Methodist) surrendered at Greensboro, NC

Mizell, David W. "Monkey", b. 03-05-1928, d. 04-23-2004, Pvt. US Army WW-2, (Shady Grove.)

Mizell, Edward Alexander; b. 10-18-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mizell, Eugene; b. 09-21-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mizell, Jessie; b. 02-16-1963, d. 03-02-2011, 48 years old, US Army, (Green Lodge Cem., Greene Cty., Ms.)

Mizell, Jessie D; b. 03-18-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mizell, John Watson; b. 08-02-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mizell, John Wesley; b. 07-09-1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mizell, Luke; b. 1843, d. 1865, h/o Nancy Mizell (Cooley-she remarried), Enlisted in 1863, 2nd Al. Artillery, Co. “A” served under Capt. John B. Haney. He served about 3 years and was Killed in Action at Vicksburg before the surrender. Civil War Veteran (Tuskegee City Cemetery, Tuskegee, and Macon County, Alabama) 1938 WPA records show him deceased before the surrender in 1865)

Mizell, Thomas Jefferson; b. 08-22-1892, d. 09-13-1986, WW-1, Pvt. Co. “A” 327th Infantry, discharged 05-29-1919, (information from 1938 WPA records)

Mizell, Watson J; b. 08-02-1893, d. 01-22-1970, #1547142, Mechanic Q.M.C., served in France. US Army, WW-1, (Crossroads Methodist), information provided by Roy Mizell

Mizell, Waymond, b. 12-01-1918, d. 10-10-1962, PFC Co. "F" 394th Inf. WW-2 Purple Heart, Oak Leaf Cluster, Bronze Star (Sand Hill.)

Mizell, William E; b. 12-16-1923, d. 06-25-1980, Pvt. US Army WW-2 (Mt. Pisgah Pentecostal)

Mizell, William M; b. 02-12-1889, d. 01-25-1963, Pvt., 10th Casual Company WW-1 (Mississippi) (Mt. Pisgah community)

Mizelle, Clifton W, b. 12-01-1910, d. 10-16-1984, section E-6, Pvt. US Army WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Mizelle, Harmon Hill; b. 12-18-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mizelle, Houston J, b. 09-13-1914, d. 04-04-1945, Pfc. 20th Armed Inf. Bn., WW-2, “Killed in Action in Germany” Purple Heart, (Antioch Methodist -Benndale)

Mizelle, John Austin, b. 08-16-1949, d. 03-29-2001, S/Sgt., US Army, Vietnam, Persian Gulf, (Pipkins Cemetery. – Avent)

Mizelle, John Luke, b. 03-08-1922, d. 08-09-1986, Tec5, US Army, WW-2, (Pipkins Cemetery. – Avent)

Mizelle, Leonard D; b. 07-22-1919, d. 1987, US Army TECH5, Battalion “C” 49th Field Artillery Battalion, Normandy, France-Rhineland-Central Europe, received American Defense Service Medal, EAMETO Medal, Good Conduct Medal (Serene Memorial Gardens-Jackson County, Ms.)

Mizelle, Luke; b. 01-22-1840, d. 01-__-1917, Co. “L” 27th Ms. Infantry Civil War Veteran (Magnolia Springs, Jackson County)

Mizelle, Wilson W; b. 03-01-1911, d. 08-22-1982, US Army Private, rate Marine enginman mos #839, medical discharge from Welch Convalesent Hospital, Daytona Beach, Florida (Ball)

Mizelle, Woody R; b. 03-03-1920, d. 06-18-1978, US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Moak, John; b. 04-07-1877, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Moffett, Bobby E; b. 05-08-1950, d. 03-01-2007, Cpl., US Marines (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Moffett, Charles Dewey, b. 09-23-1919, d. 11-20-1992, Cpl. US Army WW-2, (Moffett)

Moffett, Edward Eugene; b. 01-14-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Moffett, Gabriel Leroy; b. 02-24-1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Moffett, Ira Willie; b. 08-31-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Moffett, Julian Eli; b. 12-23-1893, d. 04-04-1971, 78 years old, US Army, WW-1, (Rocky Creek)

Moffett, Prentiss; b. 01-20-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Moffett, Robert Eugene; b. 05-13-1877, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Moffett, Sammy Lee; b. 1922, d. 1993, US Army WW-2 (Benson cem. Jones County) information by Cleveland Sowell

Moffett, Wilbur E; b. 1927, d. 04-03-2012, 85 years old, h/o Bobbie J. Moffett, US Navy WW-2 (Rocky Creek)

Moffett, Wiley Leroy; b. 02-19-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Moffett, Willis; b. 02-24-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mon, Edmond; Co. “I” 21st Al. Regt., served under Capt. Crenshaw (Jackson County District 3, filed for pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran

Monk, Ronald, b. 04-02-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Montgomery; Glen Dolyn; b. 12-12-1927, d. 01-07-2000, US Air Force WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Moody, Brunnee (Brunner); b. 08-18-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Moody, C.B; b. _____, d. _____, 44th Alabama Co. “E” served under Col. Perry, surrendered at Appomatox Courthouse (____________) Civil War Veteran

Moody, Columbus Hertell; b. 05-24-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Moody, Curtis; b. 10-14-1924, d. 01-22-1989, h/o Annie Ruth (Bradley) Moody, US Army Pvt., WW-2 (Neely cemetery-Greene)

Moody, Dan Roy; He was recognized as a Veteran during Memorial Day Service at Carter Cemetery 05-26-2014 (no military or burial information available)

Moody, Dwight Lavelet "Dee", b. 04-15-1924, d. 07-30-2003, Lt. Col., US Army, h/o Clara J., (New Hope.)

Moody, George Washington; b. 04-03-1840, d. 04-11-1913, Pvt., Co. “D” 24th Ms. Infantry, enlisted 08-01-1861, discharged 04-26-1865, Civil War Veteran (Greenwood-Jackson)

Moody, Greene B; b. 02-02-1843, d. 06-04-1923, Co. “E” 28th Ga. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Ebenezer Cemetery-Meriwether County, Ga.)

Moody, Isham R; b. 08-03-1844, d. 11-14-1921, Pvt., Information from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 naming 24th Ms. Infantry, Civil War Veteran (Oak Grove Cemetery-Lauderdale Co., Ms.)

Moody, John Edward; b. 03-19-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Moody, Leroy (Jr.), b. 02-27-1938, d. 06-10-1995, Sgt., US Air Force, Korea, (Lily Grove.)

Moody, Martin V; b. 08-14-1846, d. 07-09-1906, Pvt., Co. “A” Steede’s Ms. Cav., Civil War Veteran (Washington-Neely)

Moody, Porter William; b. 07-12-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Moody, Robert Ford; b. 03-11-1932, d. 05-03-2006, 74 years old, h/o Beulah Moody, US Army, Korea, (Davis-Moody Cemetery)

Moody, Robert Lee; b. 05-03-1936, d. 03-20-1993, US Air Force, Korea, (Lily Grove Cemetery)

Moody, Thomas Ford; b. 04-29-1919, d. 05-27-1994, 75 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Rocky Creek)

Moody, Wiley E, b. 09-18-1906, d. 01-24-1971, section B-8, PFC US Army, WW-2 (Miss), (Rocky Creek)

Moody, William Ford; b. 07-04-1842, d. 07-12-1906, Pvt. Co. “A” 17th Battalion Ms. Cav. Civil War Veteran (Cowart)

Moody, William M; b. 07-15-1831, d. 04-05-1920, Co. “F” 46th Ms. Regt. His officers were Col. Balfour and Captain Rey. He was discharged before the surrender because of sickness. Civil War Veteran (Magnolia-2-268)

Moody, Willie Dalton, "Dunk"; b. 04-23-1930, d. 10-17-1987, US Army, Korea (Crossroads Methodist)

Moody, Willie Thomas; b. 05-28-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Moore, Charles R; b. 09-15-1920, d. 11-08-1979, US Marines, WW-2 (Sweetwater-Greene)

Moore, Charlie; b. 1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Moore, Charlie Edward, b. 06-20-1914,d 01-09-1983, h/o Natha Lee (Turner) “Mrs. Nat” Moore, Sgt., US Air Force, WW-2, (Macedonia)

Moore, Evon Lamar “Dr.”; b. 12-23-1914, d. 12-15-1979, S/Sgt. US Army WW-2 (Pine Grove Methodist Cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Moore, James Archer, b. 05-14-1917, d. 01-02-1944, PFC, Killed in Action in Pacific WW-2, Purple Heart, US Marine Corps (Refuge.)

Moore, Lathen; b. 04-27-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Moore, McKinley; b. 1936, d. 1988, US Army (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Moore, Oma Franklin; b. 06-08-1909, d. 03-05-1966, h/o Phyllis (Ryan) Moore, Lt. US Coast Guard, WW-2 “NCM”, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Moore, Reuben Inman; b. 09-05-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Moore, W. Calvin; b. 1829, d. 1867, Co. “C” 9th Ms. Calvary “Millers Regiment”, Buried near the intersection of Highway’s 29 & 57 in Benndale Civil War Veteran, He is the only burial in this cemetery, which after being located, was then fenced and a headstone purchased by Connie Wilkerson. (Information by Linda Ellis)

Moore, Wiley Thecolyon; b. 04-29-1893, d. 03-05-1977, Pvt. US Army, WW-1 Veteran, (Pine Grove Methodist Cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Moore, William Grady, b. 11-05-1923, d. 09-27-1944, PFC, 5th Marines, 1st Marine Div., Purple Heart, Killed in Action WW-2, (Refuge.)

Morgan, Henry S. (Jr.); b. 10-13-1924, d. 08-03-2005, WW-2 veteran (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond, WW-2 Veteran (Union cem. Information by Julius Redmond

Morgan, Hubert Edward; b. 12-09-1915, d. 05-20-1977, 61 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Movella Baptist)

Morgan, James Leroy; b. 06-06-1911, d. 01-17-1972, Sgt., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Morgan, James Parnell “Jimmie”; b. 02-15-1919, d. 08-09-2005, 85 years old, h/o Corinne (Tanner) Morgan, US Army, WW-2, US Army Staff Sgt., Silver Star, Purple Heart, Bronze Star, (Agricola)

Morris, John L; b. 04-17-1898, d. 09-09-1954, Pvt., 167th Infantry WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Morris, Joseph Wilton; b. 11-09-1909, d. 11-05-1979, 69 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Wolfridge Cem. Mobile, Al.)

Morris, Rudolph Rudy, b. 08-02-1928, d. 10-30-1990, Cpl. US Army, Korea, (Macedonia)

Morris, Terrell O. “TUT”; b. 01-18-1921, d. 05-20-1966, MSgt US Army WW-2 (Martin Ryan cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande

Morris, Willis Earl; b. 1927, d. 1982, (Military Veteran & Father of Willis Don Morris US Army Veteran and Purple Heart recipient-he is listed in my book Living veterans) (buried in Vacaville-Elmira Cemetery-Solano County, Ca.)

Morris, William F.; b. _____, d. 05-19-1943, Pvt., 74th Fld. Battery Bn., WW-2, Killed In Action, Purple Heart, (Neely cemetery-Greene)

Mosley, Archie Punch; b. 05-23-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mosley, Curtis Eugene; b. 01-11-1935, d. 08-12-1988, Pvt., US Army, (Mount Olive Cemetery #2)

Mosley, Pete; b. 09-15-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Mosley, Willie; b. 09-25-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Moss, Benjamin; b. 11-08-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Moss, Charles; b. 08-15-1942, d. 11-04-2003, US Marine Corps., Vietnam (Refuge)

Moss, Julius Madison; b. 10-01-1890, d. 11-05-1940, Lt. US Navy retired, WW-1 (Arlington National Cemetery)

Moss, Oscar Fillmore; b. 10-10-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Moss, Winnis A; b. 10-07-1918, d. 09-17-1991, PFC US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Motes, Coleman, b. 12-23-1931, d. 07-13-1954, SGT US Marine Corps (California), (Union)

Motes, Connie Coyle; b. 08-29-1926, d. 06-05-2006, h/o Bettye Motes, US Air Force, WW-2, (Magnolia)

Moulds, Clinton; b. 05-20-1916, d. 03-06-2001, US Army (Sandy Branch)

Moulds, Fred; b. 1922, d. 1986, Pvt., US Army, WW-2 (Sandy Branch)

Moulds, William C; b. 07-16-1935, d. 08-26-1956, Spec3, 212th Military Police Co., (Sandy Branch)

Moye, Lawrence, b. 02-15-1926, d. 09-__-1982, Pfc., US Army, WW-2 (Antioch Baptist -Merrill Road)

Moye, Lucious, b. 10-13-1892, d. 06-17-1950, Pvt., 540th Engineers, WW-1 (Antioch Baptist -Merrill Road)

Mullin, William C; b. 03-18-1933, d. 08-20-1990, 1st Lt., US Air Force, Korea (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Murchison, James Wesley; b. 01-08-1935, d. 01-26-2003, SSgt., US Army Korea & Vietnam (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Murphree, Willie B; b. 07-21-1924, d. 07-07-1990, PFC, US Army, WW-2 (McInnis/Kitrell)

Murphy, Cluest Fred, b. 11-25-1925, d. 11-19-1998, US Navy, (Mount Pleasant– Barton)

Murphy, James Loyal; b. 09-04-1944, d. 01-31-2010, 65 years old, Captain, US Army, Vietnam Veteran, Purple Heart, Bronze Star, (Magnolia)

Murrah, Andrew Thomas; b. 11-08-1834, d. 06-09-1929, inscription on headstone, "An Old Soldier" Pvt., Co. “C” 63rd Al. Inf. (Civil War Veteran) (information from 1938 WPA records- he was wounded in action on 03-24-1865 in left shoulder, head and leg (Merrill) surrendered at Fort Blakney

Murrah, Carrol J, b. 01-08-1922, d. 09-11-1965, Pfc. Co. "E" 322nd Inf. WW-2 Bronze Star Medal, Purple Heart, (Crossroads Methodist.)

Murrah, Curtis Andrew; b. 07-15-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Murrah, J.D, b. 04-15-1919, d. 06-06-1944, Pvt., Infantry, WW-2 Mississippi, PURPLE HEART Medal, (Byrd/Helveston)

Murrah, Robert Allin (Allen); b. 09-10-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Murray, Church; b. 09-07-1824, d. 09-30-1884, Pvt., Co. “E” 36th Al. Cav. Civil War Veteran, (Slay-State Line)

Murray, Thomas; b. 1871, d. 1938, WW-1 Veteran (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Murry, Jasper Turner; b. 06-14-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Musgrove, Arthur, b. 05-06-1931, d. 09-10-1971, US Navy/US Army Sgt. Korea, (Shady Grove.)

Musgrove, Oscar, b. 05-06-1931, d. 01-11-2001, US Navy/US Army Cpl. Korea Purple Heart (Shady Grove.)

Musgrove, Vinson Franklin, b. 07-30-1917, d. 09-12-1994, S/Sgt. US Army WW-2 Purple Heart, (Rhymes Baptist.)

Myers, Carl, Edgar; b. 09-08-1917, d. 10-28-2003, h/o Ogarita (Moody) Myers, Pfc., US Army WW-2 Purple Heart, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Myers, Jesse Lee; b. 04-01-1926, d. 05-21-2004, US Navy Veteran (Lily Grove) information provided by his daughter Shirley Kennedy

Myers, Robert L, b. 05-26-1931, d. 12-18-2002, SFC US Army Korea, (Holmes Baptist)

Myrick, Jesse Clyde; b. 09-22-1931, d. 04-09-1988, 56 years old, US Army, Korea (Serene Gardens-Jackson County, Mississippi)

Neal, Donald W; b. 06-09-1925, d. 08-31-1992, Pvt., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Nealy, Fredrick Jessie; b. 12-30-1928, d. 12-06-2004, SSgt., US Air Force Korea (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Nealy, John Henry; b. ____, d. 09-02-1934, WW-1, Pvt., 150th Field Artillery, 42nd division (McLeod-Magnolia)

Neel, Tommy E, b. 11-11-1942, d. 05-27-1979, (1-383), Capt. US Air Force, (Magnolia)

Neel, William; b. 07-09-1830, d. 07-12-1908, Pvt., Co. “I” 36th Al. Inf. Civil War Veteran, (Fellowship, State Line)

Neely, Jack; b. 02-12-1921, d. 07-11-1944, Pfc., US Army, 120th Infantry, WW-2, Purple Heart, Killed In Action (Magnolia-Greene)

Nelson, Alva A; b. 11-17-1881, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Nelson, Charles Jefferson; b. 11-15-1920, d. 09-07-2001 US Navy, WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) informationby Robert Reeves

Nelson, Hartman Manley; b. 08-12-1934, d. 09-07-2005, h/o Patricia (Bush) Nelson, PFC US Army Korea, (Machpelah cem. Jackson conty) information by Robert Reeves

Nelson, J.N; b. 01-04-1844, d. 08-10-1914, Pvt., Co. “H” 15th Ms. Infantry, (died and was buried at Beauvoir Soldiers Home) Civil War Veteran Dan McCaskill’s site listed him as buried at Ferrall’s faily cemetery-Jackson)

Nelson, Joseph; b. 05-14-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Nelson, Lorie (Robinson) “L.R.”; b. 04-05-1926, d. 01-15-2006, 79 years old, h/o Irma Lois (Odom) Nelson, US Navy, WW-2, USS McCalla DD-488, (Agricola)

Nelson, W.M; Co. “A” 15th Confederate Calvary, Prisoner of War at Montgomery Hill, Alabama (Jackson County District 3, filed for pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran

Newberry, Dennis Arthur, b. 10-02-1938, d. 05-16-2007, US Air Force, Vietnam, (Macedonia)

Newbie, Ples A; b. 03-17-1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Newbill, Charles B. "Burt"; b. 02-05-1935, d. 07-16-1981, h/o Sharon (Brannon) Newbill, US Army (Macedonia)

Newbill, Kenneth E, b. 08-05-1935, d. 04-22-1987, section F-5, PFC US Army, Korea, (Rocky Creek)

Newburn, William Alton “Bill”; b. 02-08-1931, d. 09-18-2014, h/o Florine (Musgrove) Newburn, US Army (Shady Grove Cemetery)

Nichelson, Earnest Lavelle; b. 11-07-1915, d. 11-01-1988, US Navy, Seaman Apprentice, NRS Jackson, Ms., USNTC-Great Lakes, Ill. (____________) need cemetery name

Nichelson, Floyd; b. about 1916, d. 11-05-1971, US Army Private, Co. “C” 263rd Infantry Regiment, 66th Inf. Division, Asiantic Pacific Theatre Campaign Medal, American Defense Service Medal, Good Conduct Medal (Macedonia)

Nichols, Earl Wayne, Sr.; b. 04-29-1936, d. 05-10-2009, 73 years old, US Army, (Sims Chapel Cemetery, Alabama)

Nichols, Mathew; b. _____, d. _____; Pvt., US Army, WW-1, Co. “A” 415th Res. Svc. Bttn., information from Military discharge records located in the George County Court House, no cemetery listed)

Nichols, Theodore G. (Sr.); b. 08-27-1920, d. 08-24-1997, h/o Lottie B. Nichols, US Air Force WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Nicholson, Carl, b. 11-07-1918, d. 01-10-1966, section F-4, Pfc. 1137th Engr. "C" Gp. WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Nicholson, Charles David; b. 08-28-1939, d. 12-21-2011, 72 years old, h/o Debbie Nicholson, US Army, VietNam, (New Agusta Cemetery)

Niles, Richard E. (Sr.); b. 07-21-1926, d. 01-31-1993, SSgt., US Air Force (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Nilsen, Johan A; b. 10-05-1893, d. 07-20-1964 (from Norway) US Coast Guard (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Nix, Reverand Amos; b. 01-31-1931, d. 03-31-1996, Lance Cpl. US Marines, Korea, “United Methodist Clergy”, (Sandy Branch Cemetery)

Nix, Charlie J; b. 03-09-1925, d. 07-03-2005, US Army WW-2 (Sandy Branch)

Nix, Henry E; b. 11-06-1919, d. 04-23-`989, Pvt. US Army WW-2 (Sandy Branch)

Nixon, Darren J; b. 11-08-1965, d. 09-02-1986, "Beloved Son" SP4, US Army, Airborne Div., Airborne Ranger, (Hilltop)

Nixon, Eugene (Jr.); b. 12-28-1924, d. 01-11-2012, 87 years old, h/o Sharon Nixon, US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 1-374)

Nixon, Eugene (Sr.), b. 07-19-1895, d. 03-27-1971, Pvt. US Army WW-1, (Magnolia 1-374)

Nobles, Charles Walter, b. 12-11-1925, d. 12-13-1982, SF3, US Navy, WW-2, h/o Eva, (Movella Baptist.)

Noling, James Frank; b. 09-06-1918, d. 02-13-1992, Sgt., US Army WW-2 (Pinecrest-Mobile)

Nolls, Ben; b. 01-__-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Noonan, Robert R; b. 10-30-1921, d. 06-24-2007, PFC., US Army Air Force WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Normand, Edward Louis; b. 09-15-1920, d. 10-07-2009, 89 years old, h/o Nola Louise (Brown) Normand, US Coast Guard, served in the Phillipines, (Pine Crest Cemetery-Mobile, Alabama)

Norris, Becky (Stout); b. 02-09-1933, d. 08-30-2007, w/o Robert Willis Norris, Sgt. US Marine corp. Korea (Magnolia 6-43-c-2)

Norris, Robert Willis; b. 07-25-1930, d. 02-17-2011, 80 years old, h/o Becky S. Norris, joined National Guard after high school, then same year joined US Air Force, retired from the Air Force in 1970 as a Aircraft Maintenance Technical Sargent, served in Korea & Viet Nam, (Magnolia 6-43)

Norsworthy, Thomas W. (Sr.); b. 08-03-1919, d. 03-26-1968, Cpl., Battery “C” 866th AAA-AW-Battalion WW-2 (Kittrell-Greene)

Norvel, John F; b. 09-13-1895, d. 01-29-1964, US Army Pvt WW-1 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Norvell, Harding W; b. 09-22-1922, d. 02-20-1971, Sgt. US Army WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Nunnally, James Hubert, b. 07-19-1897, d. 02-17-1967, SP5 Btry. "C" 1st Fld. Arty. WW-1, (Magnolia 1-409)

Nygaard, Hans D, b. 10-29-1893, d. 06-29-1961, Pfc. Co. "B" 148th MG Bn. 41st Div, WW-1, (Magnolia 1-399)

Nyman, Donis David, b. 07-05-1916, d. 05-12-1984, Tech. 5, US Army, WW-2, (Gibson)

Nyman, Gus; b. 12-02-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Nyman, Jackie A. (Jr.); b. 11-19-1927, d. 01-30-1975, Pfc., US Army, Korea, (Hilltop)

Nyman, Jacob Alfred; b. 08-03-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Nyman, John, b. 11-11-1878, d. 03-24-1967, Pvt., Co. "D", 1st Regt. Mississippi Inf., Spanish American War, (Gibson)

Odle, Howard; b. 07-22-1895, d. 05-30-1970, Pvt., Co. “B” 3rd engineering Thg. Regiment, WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Odle, Marvin Smith; b. 05-15-1925, d. 09-16-2014, h/o Minnie Rachel (McLemore) Odle, US Army Air Corpa received Air Medal, Air Force Commendation Ribbon, Good Conduct Medal, Before retiring he achieved the rank of Major and was a command pilot (Riverside National Cemetery-Riverside, California)

Odom, Andrew; b. 10-__-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Odom, E.T; b.____, d. 12-07-1918, Pfc., Al. Infantry National Guard, WW-1 (State Line “W”-Greene)

Odom, I.C; b. 04-18-1828, d. 07-02-1907, Pvt., Co. “C” 36th Al. Inf. Civil War Veteran (State Line-State Line)

Odom, Jack; b. 03-08-1828, d. 04-07-1903, Pvt., Co. “B” 9th Ms. Cav., Civil War Veteran, (Platt-State Line)

Odom, Lawrence P; b. 08-09-1902, d. 03-23-1978, US Coast Guard & US Marines (Rocky Creek)

Odom, Leslie (Sr.); b. 05-07-1905, d. 09-21-1952, Pvt., Battalion “B” 925th Fld. Art. Battalion (State Line “W”-Greene)

Ogle, John William “Jack” (Sr.); b. 09-01-1913, d. 05-20-1986, h/o Annie T. (Avera) Ogle, US Coast Guard WW-2 & Korea, (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Olliges, Herman Theodore; b. 03-06-1921, d. 09-20-1998, US Navy, Specialist (G) 2nd class, USN pre flight school, NAS Norman, Okla., NAS Dallas, Tx., WW-2 Victory Medal, American Area Commendation (Rocky Creek D-6)

Olly, Ernest; b. 1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Oliver, Lloyd V; b. 09-25-1916, d. 09-26-1962, SSgt., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Olson, Paul Michael; b. 08-25-1943, d. 01-24-1977, SP5 US Army (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Olson, Paul Robert; b. 09-20-1917, d. 04-15-1968, H/o Madelyn M. Olson, S1class US Coast Guard, WW-2, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

O’Neal, Charley B; b. 03-08-1911, d. 05-11-1984, PFC US Army WW-2 (Mt. Pisgah Community)

O’Neal, Elijah J; b. 02-20-1845, d. 01-18-1927, Civil War Veteran, C.S.A. (Pine Grove Methodist Cemetery) Information by Linda Ellis

O’Neal, Eugene Byron; b. 09-22-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

O’Neal, Harold (Sr.); b. 12-02-1928, d. 04-01-2011, h/o Maxine O’Neal (deceased) & Helma O’Neal, National Guard, Korean Conflict, (O’Neal Cemetery-Benndale)

O’Neal, Jessie Thomas; b. 02-15-1926, d. 09-01-1964, US Navy Reserves WW-2 (George Byrd cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. bellande & Linds Kerr

O’Neal, Thurman, “Shorty” Lenzro; b. 07-25-1928, d. 01-20-2006, h/o Madene O’Neal, “Purple Heart”, (Merritt Cemetery-Greene County, Mississippi)

O’Neal, Watson Lorenzo; b. 11-16-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

O’Neal, W.O; b. 08-09-1840, d. 04-05-1915, Pvt., Co. “E” 11th Al. Infantry (died and was buried at Beauvoir Soldiers Home) Civil War Veteran

Orrell, Keith Eugene, b. 08-16-1890, d. 09-16-1970, PFC, US Army, WW-1, Mississippi, (Movella Baptist.)

Orrell, P.H; 15th Regt., (Jackson County District 1, filed for pension 1907) Civil War Veteran

Ory, Ernest Dewey “Butch” (Jr.); b. 05-26-1944, d. 03-20-2007, US Army (Machpelah cem. Jackson County)

Osborn, Drew; b. 06-15-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Osborn, Ted; b. 03-04-1944, d. 09-16-1973, US Navy (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Osborn, William R; b. 09-19-1910, d. 07-25-1985, US Army (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Osby, Dolphus Emett; b. 06-20-1920, d. 06-02-1978, US Army (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Ott, Cecil; b. 04-13-1923, d. 02-28-2005, US Navy, WW-2, Purple Heart, (Magnolia)

Ott, Leonard Gordon “Buddy”, b. 09-28-1919, d. 08-23-1999, Pfc. US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 2-237)

Ott, Leonard L. (Jr.); b. 04-06-1925, d. 08-02-1985, S1 US Navy, WW-2 h/o Doris Ott (Ott Family Cemetery)

Overby, Dana; b. _______, d. _______, (this name was taken from the City Cemetery list of Veterans) (Magnolia) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Jun 26, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 112940179

Overby, Dwain Dewitt; b. 1973, d. 03-27-2013, 40 years old, US Navy, (Finch Cemetery-Agricola) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Apr 03, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 107776911

Overstreet, Charlie Samuel; b. 07-27-1933, d. 08-12-2010, 77 years old, h/o Nancy Overstreet, US Navy, Korean War, (Barton Baptist Cemetery)

Overstreet, Henry F, b. 11-20-1886, d. 02-23-1968, Pvt. Co. "E" 322nd Inf. WW-1, (Barton Baptist.)

Overstreet, Hugh H, b. 08-29-1929, d. 01-26-2001, PFC US Army, (Barton Baptist.)

Overstreet, James Jessie "Jim", b. 02-11-1933, d. 05-07-2005, CPL US Army Korea, (Barton Baptist.)

Overstreet, Sam, b. 03-11-1895, d. 12-16-1944, Pvt. 1 Class 322nd Inf. 81st Div., (Barton Baptist.)

Owens, Ora Kenneth; b. 09-03-1936, d. 06-27-1956, A3class US Air Force (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Packer, Freddie L; b. 10-23-1946, d. 02-01-2003, Sp4 US Army Viet Nam (New Providence)

Packer, Jessie; b. 09-14-1919, d. 01-10-1998, US Army, WW-2 (New Providence)

Painter, Morton H; b. 04-25-1896, d. 07-29-1939, Veteran of the World War WW-1) (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Palmer, Buddy; b. 11-30-1927, d. 03-31-1964, WW-2, US Air Force S/Sgt., (Henderson-Greene)

Palmer, R.C; b. 04-19-1925, d. 12-13-1970, Pvt., US Army, WW-2 (Henderson)

Palmer, Ulmer; b. 04-27-1923, d. 11-06-1976, US Army PfFC., WW-2 (Henderson)

Pankratz, William, b. 02-01-1933, d. 06-30-1989 Sgt. US Marine Corps Korea, (Magnolia 5-21-d)

Parish, Jasper Ford; b. (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, Albert; b. 07-29-1912, d. 02-21-1988, Tech 5, US Army, WW-2, (Louis Flurry) information by Linda Ellis

Parker, Benjamin Franklin; b. (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, Billy Jack; b. 10-30-1936, d. 03-25-2013, 76 years old, US Army (Red Creek Union Baptist Cemetery)

Parker, Boon Barton “Bart”; b. 11-03-1922, d. 10-19-1992, S1 US Navy, WW-2 (Red Creek Union Baptist Church cemetery) Information by Linda Ellis

Parker, Charlie M, b. 03-19-1922, d. 08-13-1988, PFC US Army WW-2 PURPLE HEART, (Barton Baptist.)

Parker, Dallis Franklin; b. 07-19-1888, d. 03-24-1947, WW-1 Veteran (New Hope)

Parker, Donnie D, b. 05-19-1928, d. 04-15-2003, Senior M/Sgt. US Air Force, Korea, Vietnam, Bronze Star Medal, (Barton Baptist.)

Parker, Drayden A, b. 05-04-1925, d. 12-09-1960, S/Sgt., US Air Force, WW-2, (New Hope.)

Parker, Earl Edward; b. 06-23-1927, d. 07-27-1969, Seaman 1st class US Navy WW-2 (Magnolia-Greene)

Parker, Eligah (Elijah); b. 03-14-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, Elisha; b. 03-11-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, Elton; b. 12-24-1935, d. 04-06-1980, US Army (Agricola) findagrave # 30960188

Parker, Eugene Lamar; b. 11-16-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, Fines; b. 05-03-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, Fred; b. 03-19-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, George; b. 06-05-1892 (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, George Lewis; b. 1930, d. 10-12-2012, 82 years old, h/o Ora (Dean) Parker, US Army (Daisy Vestry Cemetery) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Feb 18, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 105422229

Parker, George Ralph: b. 12-12-1930, d. 05-29-2012, 81 years old, h/o Hannelore Ann Parker, US Army Medic, (Red Creek Union Baptist Church Cemetery)

Parker, Henry; b. 07-18-1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, Herman L; b. 06-09-1921, d. 07-27-1971, 56 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Agricola)

Parker, Hubbard, b. 1843, d. 1929, Pvt. Co. "L" 27th Miss. Inf. He served 4 years, Prisoner of War, was in prison 8 months at Camp Chase, Ohio. Civil War Veteran (Parker– Parker Cemetery Road – Benndale)

Parker, Hulbert R; b. 09-29-1919, d. 05-07-1945, PFC 35th Infantry, Killed in Action, Woodland Cemetery-Stone County)

Parker, James; b. 10-29-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, James Crofton; b. 02-22-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, James Feaston; b. 03-14-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, James Robert; b. 09-07-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, James Volery; b. 05-06-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, Jessie; b. 01-18-1846, d. 11-11-1926, Civil War Veteran, C.S.A., 2nd Lt., Co. “M” 1st Miss Calvary (Gibson) information from Dan McCaskill’s web site

Parker, John (Jr.); b. 05-15-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, John; b. 03-20-1844, d. 08-06-1922, Civil War Veteran, C.S.A., Pvt. Co. “C” 15th Miss Inf. (Whittington Cemetery) information from Dan McCaskill’s web site

Parker, John A; b. 04-29-1911, d. 06-05-1965, 52 years old, WW-2 veteran, (Antioch Methodist)

Parker, John Daulphin; b. 11-12-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, John W; b. 09-24-1920, d. 05-26-1988, MOMM2 US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Parker, Joseph Flanigan; b. 05-10-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, Knox; b. 10-16-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, Lawrence Junious (Juious); b. 12-02-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, L.D; b. 12-25-1925, d. 11-07-1972, Korean War Veteran (Agricola)

Parker, Lois; b. 08-18-1913, d. 07-23-1998, US Army, WW-2 (Arlington cemetery-Beaumont-Perry County)

Parker, Lucille; She was named as a Veteran during Memorial Day Service at Carter cemetery 05-26-2014 (no military or burial information available)

Parker, Luther Lee; b. 08-19-1934, d. 12-22-2008, 74 years old, US Army Veteran (Red Creek Union Baptist Church cemetery)

Parker, Mattie Lucille (Busbee); b. 02-08-1926, d. 10-03-2012, wife of WW-2 Veteran Quinton Parker, served as a nurse’s aide in WW-2 Women’s Air Corps, Pvt., mother of Louise (Parker) Parnell, (Agricola Cemetery)

Parker, Melton Eugene; b. 12-07-1893, d. 12-29-1918, WW-1 died from wounds received in battle, (Killed in Action) Purple Heart, (name taken from City Cemetery list of Veterans) (Magnolia-George)

Parker, Melton L; b. 09-27-1904, d. 11-03-1978, Pvt US Army WW-2 (Magnolia-Greene)

Parker, Melvin D; b. 08-22-1925, d. 07-07-1991, GM2 US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Parker, Noel, b. 10-30-1907, d. 07-30-1947, Pvt., US Marines Mississippi, (New Hope)

Parker, Pelum; b. 09-02-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, Pentis Elvin; b. 08-30-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, Peter Sladen; b. 05-06-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, Quinton; b. 05-03-1919, d. 11-26-1973; husband of Mattie Lucille (Busbee) Parker & father of Louise (Parker) Parnell, Infantry, US Army, Wounded in Action when he stepped on a land mine, he was burned over the majority of his body and lost both eyes, S/Sgt., US Army, he enlisted 12-17-1940 and was discharged 07-30-1946, serving 6 years, Purple Heart, WW-2 Veteran (Agricola Cemetery)

Parker, Robert C; b. 1923, d. 07-06-2012, 89 years old, h/o Betty R. Parker, US Army, WW-2, (memorial service at Sigler Funeral Home- Cremated)

Parker, Robert C; b. ____, d. ____, son of Vallie Parker Sr., served in US Air Force as a plane mechanic in Sicily, Italy from 1942 through 1945 (information from book titled “My Cup of Memories” by Nina Mae Mason)

Parker, Robert Ora; b. 05-08-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, Rufus B; b. 10-09-1845, d. 04-03-1900, Civil War Veteran, C.S.A., Pvt. Co. “A” 17th Battalion Miss Cav. (Parker Family) information from Dan McCaskill’s web site

Parker, Sam R. (Jr.), b. 10-26-1926, d. 07-12-1994, Sgt. US Army WW-2, Korea, (Magnolia 4-13-b)

Parker, Thomas J; b. 09-18-1926, d. 04-08-1996, Pvt., US Army, WW-2 (Palestine Cemetery-Tanner Williams)

Parker, Vallie (Sr.), b. 04-15-1898, d. 03-21-1967, Sgt. QM CorpsWW-1, he played some semi-pro baseball on several Mobile, Al. teams, (1-364 Magnolia)

Parker, Vallie (Jr.); b. 08-28-1929, d. 09-14-2014, h/o Frankie (McGraw) Parker, US Navy & US Army Corp of Engineers (Movella Baptist Church Cemetery)

Parker, Valton Fred; b. 07-20-1924, d. 03-17-1946, 21 years old, US Army, “Killed in Action”, Purple Heart, (Tanner)

Parker, Wallace N; b. 02-20-1934, d. 03-28-2011, h/o Shirley Ann Parker, US Army, (Red Creek Church Cemetery)

Parker, Watt; b. 05-24-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, Wiley; b. 07-28-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, William Randolph “Bill”; b. 07-14-1948, d. 01-20-2015, Mississippi Army National Guard, (Magnolia-Lucedale)

Parker, William Wallace; b. 03-26-1877, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, William Webster; b. 10-19-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parker, Willie H; b. 05-08-1926, d. 07-15-2001, Tech5, 75 years old, (Magnolia Memorial Gardens, Mobile, Al.)

Parker, Willie Lymon; b. 06-19-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parnell, Alford Thomas; b. 10-02-1931, d. 07-26-1974, 42 years old, Pfc., US Army, Korean War Veteran, (Sweetwater-Greene County)

Parnell, Charles Athan; b. 10-12-1927, d. 04-29-2011, US Navy & US Marine Corps. (Plesant Hill) information from set up at Wal Mart 09-25-2012

Parnell, Charles Benjamin; b. 12-11-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Parnell, Charlie Edward b. 03-19-1914, d. 06-24-1987, CPO, US Navy, WW-2, Korea, (Magnolia)

Parnell, Dennis Ray; b. 1949, d. 09-08-2011, 62 years old, US Army, (No Cemetery Named in Obituary)

Parnell, John D. (Jr.), b. 06-07-1918, d. 05-10-1986, WW-2 Veteran, (Holmes Baptist)

Parnell, Juston Melvin, b. 10-16-1925, d. 04-03-2006, S1, US Navy, WW-2, (Gibson)

Parsley, Edward; b. 02-02-1847, d. 02-06-1915, Pvt., Co. “G” 17th Alabama Calvary Civil War Veteran (Greenwood-Jackson)

Parsley, Harry E. (Sr.); b. 08-11-1896, d. 03-18-1961, Sgt., Co. “E” 14th Ammunition Train WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Parsley, Harry Edward (Jr.); b. 02-05-1924, d. 12-09-2006, US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Parsley, Jack M; b. 12-18-1926, d. 09-11-1996, T2 US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Parsons, Edward (Jr.); b. 01-18-1918, d. 09-12-1981, US Navy Seaman 1st class WW-2 (Scranton cemetery Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Paschal, William Gibbs; b. 04-13-1915, d. 07-02-2010, 95 years old, h/o Winifred Ruth (Grimes) Paschal, US Army (Owensboro Memorial Gardens Crematory, Owensboro, Ky.)

Passon, Bobby Maynard “Bob”; b. 07-29-1929, d. 09-23-2001, Cpl.; US Army, Korea, (Union)

Passon, William T.“Billy”, b. 08-01-1925, d. 10-19-1996, US Navy WW-2 Korea, (Union)

Patrick, Morgan; b. 11-01-1906, d. 08-06-1968, Pvt., Co. "D" 11th Inf., (Rocky Creek)

Patrick, Orrin Oceno; b. ___, d. ___, Co. “I” 36th Alabama Infantry enlisted in State Line, Ms., Civil War Veteran, information by Lisa McKinney, no cemetery named

Patrick, Ruben; b. 04-21-1927, d. 08-09-1993, 66 years old, US Army Retired, 28 years of service, WW-2, Korea, Vietnam, 2 Bronze Stars, Purple Heart, (Greenlawn Park, Columbia, S.C.)

Patrick, Troy, b. 10-29-1925, d. 08-05-1994, CSM US Army WW-2 Korea Vietnam, (Oak Grove.)

Patricola, Vincent A; b. 05-02-1916, d. 04-12-1972, Cpl., US Army Air Force WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Patterson, Wm Carl "Pat"; b. 04-02-1911, d. 02-16-1980, Tec5, US Army, WW-2, (Hilltop)

Patton, Leroy (Jr.); b. 07-19-1918, d. 03-29-1956, Pfc. 924th AB Scty Bn. US Army Air Force WW-2 (New Providence aka Grave Hill)

Payne, William Dennis (Dr.); b. 09-18-1835, d. 03-08-1875, Pvt., Co. “D” 15th Al. Partisan Rangers, Co. “D” 56th Al. Partisan Rangers, Civil War Veteran, (State Line-State Line)

Pearman, J. L, b. 04-27-1928, d. 02-20-1972, T/Sgt. US Air Force WW-2/Korea/Vietnam, (Oak Grove.)

Pearson, Melvin S; b. 08-22-1921, d. 10-25-2008, PFC., US Army WW-2 91st Infantry Division, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Peaster, Lem C; b. 09-14-1840, d. 06-08-1910, Pvt., Co. “A” 21st Ms. Inf. , Civil War Veteran, (State Line-State Line)

Peek, Leland M; b. 03-30-1927, d. 10-30-1991, S1class US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Pendarvis, Walter; b. 02-19-1896, d. _______, Private Casual Co. #43, discharged 04-04-1919, WW-1, (information from 1938 WPA records)

Penn, Martin G; b. 06-22-1919, d. 02-17-1955, SSgt., Co. “A” 270th Engineers “C” Battalion WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Pennebaker, James Darden, b. 06-18-1919, d. 10-01-1993, (5-24-A), Capt. US Army WW-2, (Magnolia)

Perdue, Levi W; b. 04-21-1916, d. 11-15-1989, 1st Lt., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Perine, Chester Arthur; b. 09-14-1919, d. 10-08-2003, h/o Olar Lee Perine, US Army, (Mt. Sinai Cemetery)

Perine, Henry James (Sr.), b. 08-13-1913, d. 12-14-1997, United States Army, (Mount Sinai)

Perine, James; b. 04-06-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Perine, Joe Nathan, b. 06-10-1916, d. 01-29-2005, Sgt., US Army, WW-2, (Mount Sinai)

Perkins, Donald L. “Duck” (Sr.); b. 09-19-1945, d. 04-04-2009, 63 years old, 8 years in National Guard, (L.F. Rogers Family Cemetery)

Perkins, Edward; b. 04-18-1839, d. 05-16-1921, Pvt., Co. “E” 71st Regiment of Penn. / Batt 11th Artillery Of Virginia Civil War Veteran –Union Army (Walley-Greene)

Perkins, Phillip A, b. 07-25-1909, d. 05-02-1967, Cpl., US Army, WW-2, Indiana, (Movella Assembly of God.)

Perryman, John Newton; b. 01-02-1923, d. 07-23-1978, funeral held 07-24-1978, 55 years old, US Navy & US Army, WW-2 (Palestine-Wilmer, Al.)

Perryman, Patrick; b. 12-24-1898, d. 07-03-1983, Pvt US Army WW-2 (Scranton Cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Persons, Erasmus Darwin; b. 09-03-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Persons, James Russell, b. 05-13-1937, d. 11-13-1985, "Bud", US Marine Corps. (Magnolia 5-12-b)

Persons, Robert Lee; b. 04-11-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Persons, Thomas Woodville; b. 01-20-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Peters, Eddie Joe; b. 12-09-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Peters, John W. (Jr.), b. 11-22-1921, d. 10-03-1989, Capt. US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 5-22-c)

Pettis, Thomas Edwin Dickerson, b. 10-31-1941, d. 05-23-1967, section E-7, Lt. Junior Grade US Navy, (Rocky Creek)

Pettus, William Overton; b. 1846, d. ___, Co. “K” 43rd Ms. Infantry, Civil War Veteran, enlisted Scobbie, Ms., information by Lisa McKinney, (Magnolia-Mobile)

Petty, Denzil Morris; b. 09-25-1922, d. 07-04-2011, 88 years old, h/o Vivian (Mizelle) Petty, US Navy, WW-2, (Magnolia)

Phegley, Robin Roper; b. 1960, d. 12-07-2007, 47 years old, US Air Force 12 years of service, (Need name of cemetery)

Phelps, Reuben L; Co. “F” 8th Ms, Regt., served under Wilkinson (Jackson County District 3, filed for pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran

Philips, John; b. 04-15-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Phillips, Danny Earl; b. 01-05-1948, d. 06-23-1973, Sgt. US Army Vietnam (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Phillips, David “Dave” A; b. 06-21-1909, d. 10-28-1999, 94 years old, h/o Azell (Nicholson) Phillips, WW-2, (Moffetville Cemetery-Wilmer, Alabama)

Phillips, James; b. 02-19-1923, d. 08-18-1994, US Army WW-2 (Ellisville city cem. New Section - Jones county) information by Cleveland Sowell

Phillips, James Corneluis; b. 08-01-1909, d. 10-08-1978, 68 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Moffetville Cemetery)

Phillips, James Raymond; b. 12-26-1934, d. 08-19-1992, h/o Carolyn (Pentecost) Phillips, TSgt US Air Force retired (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Phillips, “Bro.” Vernon Lee; b. 06-24-1925, d. 01-22-2014, h/o Lela (Couch) Phillips, US Air Force, WW-2 (Golden Link Cemetery-Anguilla)

Pickett, Robert Eugene; b. ___, d. ___, Pvt. 324th Infantry S1 Division (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Pierce, Albert; b. 04-09-1909, d. 01-27-1971, PFC., US Army, WW-2 (State Line “B”-Greene)

Pierce, Bertie; b. 1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Pierce, Carlie (Sr.), b. 05-21-1911, d. 02-26-1988, Pfc. US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 1-376)

Pierce, C.C; b. 09-16-1920, d. 05-06-1950, STM 2nd class US Naval reserve WW-2 (Stateline-B)

Pierce, Cornelius; b. 12-18-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Pierce, Daniel W; b. 08-25-1905, d. 10-19-1964, Cpl., 610th Base Unit, Army Air Force, WW-2 (Sweetwater-Greene)

Pierce, David D; b. 1940, d. 1986, Lcpl. US Marines (Green Family)

Pierce, Eddie; b. 02-05-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Pierce, Edwin Lyman, b. 07-01-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Pierce, Faulk; b. 11-10-1926, d. 05-13-1994, 67 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Rocky Creek)

Pierce, George W; b. 01-03-1843, d. 02-18-1918, Co. “C” 15th Regt., Civil War Veteran (Palestine-Tanner Williams)

Pierce, James Kinnie; b. 05-14-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Pierce, James W; b. 02-18-1894, d. 09-26-1958, Pvt., Co. “B” 47th Infantry, WW-1 (Williams-Pierce Cemetery-Greene)

Pierce, Jerry; b. 02-15-1847, d. 01-10-1928, Civil War Veteran his headstone has the inscription “A Confederate Soldier”, 9th Ms. Calvary and the 15th Al. Calvary Co. “F”, (Palestine-Tanner Williams)

Pierce, Jospeh Russell; b. 01-03-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Pierce, Lafayette; b. 09-__-1839, d. 04-04-1912, Enlisted in 1861, 21st Al. served under Col. Buck & Capt. Nettles, he received a Confederate Pension in George County. He was Wounded in Action near New Hope, Georgia. Civil War Veteran (Palestine Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery-Wilmer, Al.)

Pierce, Larkin; b. 1831, d. 10-28-1892, h/o Martha, CSA, Ms Calvary, 17th Battn. Co. “B” Steedes calvary, enlisted March 27, 1862, Civil War Veteran (Palestine Cemetery)

Pierce, Lauvon; b. 04-19-1938, d. 07-21-2003, h/o Elsie Pierce, Paratrooper, served in Germany, (Cannan Land Pentacostal Church cemetery-Greene)

Pierce, LeRoy “Lee”; He was recognized as a Veteran at the 05-26-2014 Memorial Day Service at Carter Cemetery, (No military or burial information available)

Pierce, Lloyd Abbett, b. 08-01-1922, d. 04-28-1996, US Army WW-2, (Howell Baptist)

Pierce, Lewis Monroe; b. 04-15-1832, d. 03-01-1902, Civil War Veteran, (Palestine- Tanner Williams)

Pierce, Lonnie, b. 04-22-1898, d. 12-25-1974, section F-2, Pvt. US Army, (Rocky Creek)

Pierce, Loyd B. “Bo”; b. 02-02-1921, d. 11-08-2004, 83 years old, US Navy, 23 years of service, (Rocky Creek)

Pierce, Marcus Edwin; b. 07-04-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Pierce, Marvin Dock; b. 09-22-1916, d. 04-28-1998, Pvt., US Army WW-2 (Magnolia-Greene)

Pierce, Murdock; b. 1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Pierce, Nelder; b. 05-07-1927, d. 08-03-2011, US Army, Private, Armored Replacement Training Center, WW-2Victory Medal (Movella Assembly of God Cemetery)

Pierce, Oscar Lee; b. 06-27-1920, d. 04-16-1963, 42 years old, US Navy, WW-2 (Palestine-Mobile Al.)

Pierce, Ralph; b. 10-10-1934, d. 01-05-2004, h/o Bobby Pierce, US Army, Private, Korean era, he served 2 years staying Stateside (Unity Baptist cemetery)

Pierce, Ronald P, b. 09-03-1958, d. 08-24-1984, MMFN, US Navy, (Oak Grove.)

Pierce, Shelby Hulet, b. 07-19-1922, d. 04-29-1995, S1 US Navy WW-2, (Pineview)

Pierce, Shelvy; b. 03-30-1881, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Pierce, Talley, b. 09-20-1916, d. 03-15-1993, PFC US Army WW-2, Purple Heart, (Union)

Pierce, Thomas; b. 11-05-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Pierce, Troy, b. 08-01-1919, d. 03-08-1998, PFC, US Army, WW-2, (Movella Baptist.)

Pierce, William R. “Billy”; b. 12-08-1930, d. 03-01-2008, 77 years old, h/o Jean (Chisolm) Pierce, US Army, Korea, (Agricola)

Pierce, William Thomas; b. 02-13-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Pierce, Willie C; b. 04-09-1926, d. 03-24-1945, Pvt. 194th Glider Inf. WW-2 (Alabama) (Mt. Pisgah Community) Pipkin, Absalome, b. 10-16-1842, d. 06-15-1924, Co. "A", 24th Miss. Regt. C.S.A., "Civil War Veteran, Wounded in Action (1938 WPA records show he was wounded and at home at the time of the surrender) (Pipkins Cemetery-Leaf)

Pipkin, Arthur T, b.12-23-1946, d. 08-05-1987, PFC, US Army, (Pipkins Cemetery. – Avent)

Pipkin, George Marion Dallas; b. 02-23-1845, d. 12-05-1918, Civil War Veteran, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Infantry, he appears on a roll of prisoners of war of stragglers of various Regiments, surrendered at Citronelle, AL by Lieut. Gen. R. Taylor, CSA, to Maj. Gen. E. R. S. Canby, USA, May 4th, 1865, and paroled at Mobile, AL, May 21, 1865. (Pipkins-Leaf)

Pipkins, Charles; b. 05-16-1847, d. 02-17-1930, Civil War Veteran, C.S.A., Pvt. Co. “H” 3rd Miss Inf. (Pipkins-Avent) information from Dan McCaskill’s web site (headstone has D.O.B. as 03-17-1847, also he is buried in the Pipkins cemetery on Cemetery road in the Fig Farm Community)

Pipkins, Daniel Elijah; b. 06-18-1933, d. 10-12-2006, SP3, US Army, Korea, 1954-1956, (Pine Grove-Vernal)

Pipkins, George Byrd; b. 10-03-1910, d. 11-03-1972, Pvt., WW-2 Co. “I” 22nd Infantry (Green Cemetery-Greene)

Pipkins, James “Jim”; b. 04-15-1840, d. 07-09-1887, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., enlisted Aug. 1861, discharged 04-26-1865, he took Yellow Fever in New Orleans, came home and died Civil War Veteran, (Pipkins-Leakesville)

Pipkins, Jessie Daniel (Sr.); b. 01-22-1915, d. 10-31-1985, 70 years old, US Air Force, WW-2 (Magnolia 4-57-b)

Pipkins, John Henry, b. 09-12-1929, d. 07-05-2006, PFC US Army, WW-2, (Macedonia)

Pipkins, John Quitman (Jr.), b. 10-03-1932, d. 02-27-2006, Sgt. 1cl, US Army, Germany, (Pipkins Cemetery. – Avent)

Pipkins, John Quitman (Sr.); b. 04-06-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Pipkins, Leonard (Jr.) “Junior”; b. 04-15-1928, d. 08-31-2014, 86 years old, h/o Emma Eugenia (Williams) Pipkins, US Army, Korean War, Private, Korean service Medal w/3 stars, United Nations Medal, Presidential Unit Citation, National Defense Medal, (Macedonia-George)

Pipkins, Luther; b. 04-27-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Pipkins, Major Elsworth; b. 10-25-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Pipkins, Sarden Curtis; b. 12-29-1874, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Pipkins, Troy D, b. 06-21-1927, d. 03-31-1985, Major, US Army, (Pipkins Cemetery. – Avent)

Pipkins, William W; b. 10-25-1893, d. 03-25-1978, US Army, WW-1, (Pine Grove-Bexley) information from set up at Wal Mart 09-25-2012

Pipkins, Willie Clyde, b. 10-25-1895, d. 09-14-1973, SC1, US Navy, WW-1, (Miss.), (Pipkins Cemetery. – Avent)

Pitts, Marion Hudie "Curley"; b. 10-06-1929, d. 01-26-2007, Sgt., US Army, Tank Bn., Korea, (Magnolia)

Pitts, Henry Elvin; b. 08-30-1939, d. 03-21-1981, funeral held 03-23-1981, 41 years old, US Navy (Tiger Creek Cem. Jones County, Ms.)

Pitts, Henry “Pete” (Jr.); b. 12-01-1929, d. 08-30-1999, 75 years old, h/o Opal Pitts, Korea, (Union) Pitts, Henry (Sr.), b. 09-20-1893, d. 03-01-1985, Pvt. US Army WW-1, (Union)

Placot, John; b. 04-05-1855, d. 02-06-1937, Pvt., 7th US Calvary WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Platt, Alexander M; b. 1831, d. ___; Sgt., name is from Green County Herald dated 06-11925, listing 24th Ms. Infantry names Civil War Veteran (no more information given)

Platt, James P. b. 1826, d. 10-09-1865, Killed in Action, Civil War Veteran, information from book titled A Leakesville Newspaper and other items” dated 1996 by Joan Strickland and Patricia N. Edwards, page 131 (list 0f deceased Civil War Veterans)

Platt, Theodore (Sr.); b. 02-08-1848, d. 12-21-1942, Sgt. Co. “I” 1st Ms. Cav. Reserves, Civil War Veteran, (Platt-State Line)

Plummer, Clint M, b. 04-09-1886, d. 01-24-1940, SGT 1CL Q.M. (Quartermaster Corps. WW-1 (Woodard.)

Poal, Albert Brandon; b. 06-07-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Poellinger, Donald L; b. 06-15-1933, d. 11-29-1986, Pfc., US Army Korea (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Poke, Earl Baker (Sr.); b. 09-15-1900,d. 02-18-1984, 83 years old, US Army, WW-1 (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Polk, Eugene; b. 02-__-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Polk, Hugh Bliss; b. 07-17-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Polk, James Edward, b. 12-18-1920, d. 06-07-1987, Pvt. US Army WW-2 (his military plaque has the birth year listed as 1918), (Magnolia 2-13)

Polk, Ollie (Sr.); b. 09-17-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Polk, Ollie G. (Jr.), b. 12-20-1937, d. 04-23-1996, Pvt., US Army, (Mount Sinai)

Polk, Willie; b. 02-26-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Polkey, Arthur John; b. 05-10-1935, d. 02-08-2005, Pvt., US Army (Westerfield)

Poole, Charlie Monroe; b. 09-22-1915, d. 04-07-1985, h/o Corine (Singleton) Poole, Pvt., US Army WW-2, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Poole, Henry Clayton, b. 05-05-1919, d. 03-19-2004, SFC US Army, WW-2, (Carter)

Poole, Lawrence Allen; b. 05-14-1914, d. 03-17-2000, h/o Estella M. Poole, US Merchant Marines WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Poore, William A, b. 03-28-1929, d. 11-10-1995, T/Sgt. US Air Force, Korea, Vietnam, (Movella Baptist.)

Pope, Daniel Kenneth; b. 11-08-1938, d. 06-01-2003, 64 years old, h/o Lula Bernice Pope, US Navy, (McLeod-Magnolia-Greene County, Mississippi)

Pope, Elwyn; b. 07-22-1933, d. 12-03-1993, no military info available. He was recognized as a Veteran at Memorial Service at Carter Cemetery 05-26-2014 (Barton Baptist Cemetery)

Pope, John D; b. 06-25-1921, d. 07-19-1974, SSGT US Army, WW-2 (Cedar Grove Cemetery, Vancleave, Ms.) information by Jacinda Ramirez

Pope, Walter Emanuel, b. 03-17-1898, d. 10-09-1984, US Army WW-1 (Agricola)

Pope, William Jeff, b. 04-25-1914, d. 11-21-1993, CWO2 US Army, WW-2, Korea, (military plaque has date of birth as 09-22-1917), (Magnolia 5-18-b)

Porter, John James; b. 03-27-1891, d. 01-06-1981, WW-1 Sgt., US Army (McLain City Cemetery)

Porter, Johnny Lee; b. 1947, d. 06-11-2011, 64 years old, h/o Lula Porter, US Army (No Cemetery Named in Obituary)

Potter, Auby F. (Jr.); b. 08-22-1933, d. 12-01-1977, h/o Goldye Lorraine (Ferguson) Potter (Woodward) M/Sgt. US Air Force, Korea, Vietnam, (Red Creek Union Baptist Church Cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Pouncey, John Peter; b. 12-05-1920, d. 10-02-2009, 88 years old, former George county Teacher, US Army Air Corp. WW-2 (Pinecrest-Gautier)

Powe, Keptner; b. 08-31-1917, d. 09-12-1955, Tech5, WW-2 QM Truck Company (Stateline-B)

Powe, Pase J; b. 10-28-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Powe, Willie T; b. _______, d. _______, funeral 08-13-1963, 69 years old, US Army, WW-1 (Newton Cemetery-Newton, Ms.)

Powell, Andy Franklin; b. 05-16-1909, d. 12-07-2012, 103 years old, h/o Myrtie Ethel (Burge) Powell, US Army WW-2 Italy & France (Magnolia)

Powell, Anthony Lafayette; b. 03-08-1920, d. 05-02-1981, h/o Marie (Nelson) Powell, CM2 US Navy WW-2, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Powell, Arthur J, b. 06-30-1909, d. 09-11-1993, World War II, Veteran, (Magnolia 4-105-a)

Powell, Grover Cleveland; b. 09-12-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Powell, Henderson, b. 06-18-1897, d. 04-17-1985, Pvt., US Army, WW-1, (Mount Pleasant. – Mount Pleasant Road.)

Powell, Riley; b. 03-07-1821, d. 02-27-1885, Pvt., Co. “E” 36th Al. Inf. Civil War Veteran, (Mt. Pisgah)

Powell, Silas (Jr.); b. 04-14-1884, d. 10-30-1952, Pvt., US Marines WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Powers, Eldon T; b. 01-14-1920, d. 04-14-1997, US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Prather, Jimmy Liddell; b. 02-19-1937, d. 10-11-1987, Pfc., US Army, Korea (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Praytor, Henry Grady; b. 11-13-1936, d. 09-02-2007, 70 years old, h/o Jacqueline A. Praytor, US Air Force, (Magnolia 6-50-c-4)

Praytor, Hershel Swep; b. 12-24-1938, d. 11-05-2003, US Army, Vietnam, (Magnolia)

Preece, David Ralph; b. 02-12-1942, d. 06-20-1995, 53 years old, US Navy, (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Prentiss, George Rawls; b. ___, d. ___, Pvt US Marines (Sweetwater)

Prentiss, James; b. 04-16-1844, d. 07-03-1879, Pvt., Co. “A”, 3rd Ms. Inf., enlisted 09-26-1863, discharged 06-13-1865, Civil War Veteran, (Williams cemetery-Leakesville)

Prescott, Walter F.E. “Red”; b. 1932, d. 01-13-2011, 79 years old, h/o Frances Faye (Dickerson) Prescott, US Navy, (Northside Baptist Cemetery-Lucedale) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Feb 18, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 105422108

Presley, Frank; b. 1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Prevost, Theodore D; b. 01-18-1933, d. 12-21-1979, BTFN, US Navy Korea (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Pridgen, Edward; b. _____, d. 12-29-2008, US Army, Korea (Winborn Chapel)

Prine, Julius Devan (Jr.); b. 01-06-1926, d. 03-05-2008,Cpl., 66th Black Panther Div., 42nd Rainbow Div., (Barton)

Prine, Lawrence E; b. 08-06-1889, d. 03-02-1955, PFC., 138th National Guard Battalion, WW-1 (Old Buffalo-Greene)

Prine, Linnie (AKA- John Leonard); b. 09-14-1838, d. 05-06-1905, Pvt., Co. “B” 17th Battalion Ms. Cav., Civil War Veteran, (Simpson Cemetery-State Line)

Prine, Reverand Robert W; b. 11-03-1835, d. 09-10-1903, Pvt., Co. “B” 17th Bttn. Ms. Cav. Civil War Veteran (Grafton Cemetery)

Printiss, George Rawls; b. 06-29-1928, d. ____, WW-2, Pvt. US Marine Corps., (Sweetwater)

Pritchett, Stanley; b. ____, d. ____, US Army (cemetery not named) information by Wanda Roberts-George County middle school teacher)

Prosser, Merl M; b. 1896, d. 1978, WW-1 US Army Sgt., (McLain City)

Pruitt, Cleveland L; b. 12-02-1925, d. 10-__-1986, PFC US Army WW-2, (Bethlehem)

Pryer (Pryor), Eddie; b. 12-22-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Pryer (Pryor), Isaiah (Isaah); b. 07-21-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Pryor, Isaiah; b. _______, d. 11-20-1938, WW-1, Pvt., 65th Pioneer Inf., (Sweetwater.)

Pryor, Johnnie; b. 05-01-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Pugh, Lawrence Leroy; b. 09-05-1933, d. 12-30-2010, 77 years old, h/o Rita Faye Pugh, US Army & National Guard, (New Life-Leaf, Ms.)

Pugh, Robbie Beckham “R.B.”; b. 09-03-1895, d. 11-07-1972, 77 years old, US Army, WW-1, (Magnolia 2-204)

Purvis, Grover E; b. 02-04-1913, d. 12-17-1991, 78 years old, US Air Force, (Agricola)

Purvis, Harvey Henry; b. 08-14-1920, d. 02-04-2008, h/o Hazel “Trixie” (Price) Purvis, US Navy Gunner, WW-2, (Shady Grove) Brother of Otis O. Purvis, Info by: Cheryl (Sumrall) Sims

Purvis, Hewey H; b. 09-11-1928, d. 05-24-1946, Seaman 1st class US Navy Reserves, WW-2, died non-battle cause, (Antioch Cemetery-Simpson County, Ms.)

Purvis, Otis O, b. 12-29-1927, d. 07-13-1976, h/o Barbara Purvis PFC US Army WW-2, (Union) Brother of Harvey Henry Purvis (no cemetery named)

Purvis, Robert Wesley “Bob”; b. 12-30-1941, d. 02-19-2004, h/o Sarah- he was cremated and his ashes and headstone were placed at his home in the Central Community, US Air Force 1961-1963

Purvis, Sidney Earl (Sr.), b. 06-07-1917, d. 04-29-1994, Tech. 5 US Army WW-2 (Agricola)

Purvis, Thomas Harvey “Tommy”; b. 02-01-1945, d. 04-02-2014, 69 years old, h/o Barbara (Ainsworth) Purvis, US Army, Korea & Viet Nam, combat veteran and achieved the rank of Captain. Medals and awards consisted of Meritorious Service Medal, Bronze Star Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Master Parachutist, Scuba/Combat Diver Instructor, Jungle Warfare-Expert, Military Free-Fall Parachutist, Nuclear Weapons Employment Officer, Special Forces Officer and Instructor (Crossroads Free Pentecostal Cemetery)

Pyles, Edward Leonard; b. 07-31-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rabby, Howard G. (Jr.); b. 04-11-1910, d. 02-01-1992, h/o Ann B. Rabby, Cpl., US Army WW-2 (Machpelan cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Raberson, Joe; b. 07-04-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Raby, Harry; enlisted 1862, 15th Confederate Regt., he was a scout and served under Col. Maurrey, (Jackson County District 3, filed for pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran

Rainwaters, Joseph J; b. ____, d. 03-04-1937, WW-1, Pvt., Quartermaster Corps., (Walley Cemetery)

Raly, J.M; b. 07-08-1833, d. 12-12-1909, Pvt. Orleans Lt. Arty., Capt. of Coast Defense, Enlisted in 1861, Discharged 05-09-1865. He received a Confederate pension in George County. Civil War Veteran (Beauvior, Biloxi, Ms.)

Ramsay, Daniel Holder; b. 04-28-1814, d. 09-22-1867, 3rd Sgt., Co. “A” 3rd Ms. Infantry Civil War Veteran, also listed as Ramsey, (Indian Mound-Jackson)

Ramsay, Enoch Nicholas; b. 01-29-1832, d. 05-09-1916, 1st Lt., Co. “A” 3rd Ms. Infantry, Civil War Veteran (Evergreen-Jackson)

Ramsay, Thomas E; b. 11-20-1845, d. 03-18-1934, Pvt., Co. “A” 3rd Ms. Infantry, Civil War Veteran (Ramsay Family Cemetery-Jackson)

Ramsey, Alfred Hearn; b. _______, d. 09-16-1862, Co. “B” Stockdale’s Battalion Mississippi Cav. Killed in Action, Civil War Veteran, (cemetery not named)

Ramsey, Harvey L, b. 10-16-1895, d. 01-__-1977, (not on the maps), US Navy WW-1, (Magnolia)

Ranager, James Wilroy; b. 11-05-1931, d. 11-14-1959, Sgt., US Army, Korea, 1949-1952, (Shady Grove)

Ranager, Leonard D; b. 02-02-1929, d. 01-06-1977, 47 years old, served over 20 years, Korea, Vietnam, (Garden of Faith Cemetery-Lumberton, North Carolina.)

Randall, Doyle Wesley; b. 09-25-1906, d. 10-08-1986, 80 years old, US Navy, (Magnolia 1-389)

Randall, Eugene N; b. 12-17-1892, d. 09-13-1973, Pfc., US Army WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Randall, James Lamar; b. 09-25-1925, d. 04-02-2005, Sgt. US Army, WW-2 Rosedale UMC Cemetery-Harelston, Jackson County, Ms.)

Randle, Allen K; b. 06-10-1886, d. 1933, WW-1 Cpl., 127th Infantry, 31st Infantry division (Stateline)

Rankin, Joe Stephen, b. 11-19-1950, d. 08-08-2006, SP5 US Army, (Shady Grove.)

Ransfer, Walter; b. 1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ransom, Lewis Hammel; b. 05-29-1915, d. 01-27-1969, Pvt., US Marines WW-2, Purple Heart (Palestine-Tanner Williams)

Rath, Thomas C. (Sr.); b. 10-23-1909, d. 01-__-1981, funeral held 01-__1981, 71 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Perkinston Cem. Perkinston, Ms.)

Ratliff, Robert Ford “Mike” (Jr.); b. 08-30-1910, d. 02-02-1987, 77 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Magnolia 2-216)

Ratliff, Robert Ford “Dr.” (Sr.); b. 03-02-1878, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ray, Charles E, b. 11-27-1937, d. 01-23-2004, United States Air Force, (Sweet Pilgrim. - Benndale

Ray, Nathan Arnold, b. 02-28-1942, d. 10-18-2001, Sgt. US Air Force, Vietnam, (Magnolia 6-66-c-3)

Ray, Robert A; b. 06-01-1897, d. 03-14-1989, 91 years old, WW-1 Veteran, (Oak Grove)

Rayborn, Lonnie L; b. 11-14-1925, d. 08-10-1964, funeral 08-12-1964, WW-2 Veteran, AOM 3, US Navy (Caney Cemetery-Baxterville, Ms.)

Read, Burkitt Glenn; b. 04-02-1915, d. 03-20-2008, 92 years old, WW-2, #341134194, served in North African Theatre, in Tunisia. Bronze Star, Captured by Germans and held in Stalag 3B, Fursterberg, Brandenberg, Prussia. Captured by Germans 02-17-1943 and not liberated until 04-21-1945 (2 years 2 months), was in several camps and was forced to walk as much as 60 miles between camps. Prisoner of War, h/o Ruby (Broome) Read, (Magnolia)

Read, Hillman Robert; b. 10-18-1917, d. 04-28-1975, US Army, WW-2 (Read Chapel Cem. Bay Springs, Ms.)

Ready, Edward C, b. 02-28-1915, d. 03-07-1975, CS1 US Coast Guard, WW-2, (Magnolia 3-98)

Ready, James Webster, b. 03-16-1914, d. 07-13-1983, US Army, WW-2, (Marvin Howard Family Cemetery)

Reasoner, Orville Eugene; b. 01-23-1926, d. 01-05-2006, 79 years old, h/o Georgia Lee Reasoner, US Navy-WW-2 & US Army-Korea, (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Reaves, Dewitt; b. 09-13-1890, d. 04-15-1975, “Uncle”, Pvt. US Army WW-1 (Palestine-Tanner Williams)

Red, Willis Clayton, b. 02-14-1932, d. 05-08-1990, US Army Korea, (Magnolia 2-294)

Redditt, Lewis E. “PAP”; b. 06-01-1923, d. 04-03-1945, Tech5, 36th Calvary, Rcn. Sq. Mech. WW-2, Killed in Action in Germany, Purple Heart (Magnolia-Greene)

Reddix, Hermes Grant (Jr.); b. 1942, d. 1979, SP4, US Army (Cedar Grove cemetery, Vancleave, Ms.) information by Jacinda Ramirez

Redmond, Curtis Ernest; b. 07-20-1920, d. 05-24-1965, h/o Thelma (Wilson) Redmond, Pvt. 77th Infantry division WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Reece, Charlie Caleb; b. 06-12-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Reed, Gene Norwood; b. 12-22-1969, d. 09-11-1985, 55 years old, Korean War Veteran, (Rocky Creek)

Reese, Ed; Killed in Action Civil War Veteran, information from book titled A Leakesviklle Newspaper and other items” dated 1996 by Joan Strickland and Patricia N. Edwards, page 131 (list 0f deceased Civil War Veterans)

Reese, Patterson; b. 1892, d. 1981, US Army Pvt. WW-1 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Reeves, Albert Joseph; b. 03-26-1875, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Reeves, Alfred; b. 02-16-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Reeves, Alfred Leander; b. 04-24-1878, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Reeves, Autry Mack, b. 10-14-1922, d. 11-08-1961, S2 US Navy WW-2, (Crossroads Methodist.)

Reeves, Benjamin; b. 09-12-1810, d. 03-15-1890, h/o Nancy (Havard) Reeves, Pvt. Co. “E” 9th Ms. Cav, served under Capt. Murdock and Col. Hares Civil War Veteran served 3 years enlisted in 04-1862, discharged in April 1864 on account of disability, (Benjamin Reeves Cemetery-Buzzard Roost)

Reeves, Billie; b. 1928, d. 06-27-2012, 84 years old, h/o Grace Reeves, US Army, (Shady Grove)

Reeves, Bobby Jack; b. 01-07-1936, d. 09-12-2007, 71 years old, h/o Wilda Mae Reeves, US Navy, (Shady Grove)

Reeves, Bruno John; b. 02-07-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Reeves, Charles Wesley; b. 07-24-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Reeves, Collie; b. 06-12-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Reeves, Crawford Ira; b. 08-01-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Reeves, David A; b. 04-24-1892, d. 03-14-1925, WW-1, Private Infantry Co. “Q” 39th infantry, discharged 08-15-1919, Served in France during the war, (Pine Grove-Jackson Cty) information from 1938 WPA records)

Reeves, Edward; b. 03-28-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Reeves, Emmit; b. 1878, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Reeves, Ervin P; b. 06-14-1908, d. 12-11-1977, Tech. 5, US Army, WW-2 (Antioch Methodist -Benndale)

Reeves George J. (Sr.); b. 12-24-1894, d. 05-08-1976, # 1608352, Sargeant, Q.M.C. discharged 03-25-1919 WW-1, (Magnolia 1-374) (information from 1938 WPA records)

Reeves, George Neeley; b. 04-04-1899, d. 06-27-1981, Pvt. US Army WW-2, (Crossroads Methodist.)

Reeves, George Sim; b. 02-13-1894, d. 02-07-1984, Private company 17 recruit depot, discharged 11-30-1918, (information from 1938 WPA records)

Reeves, Hub; b. 10-12-1906, d. 06-15-1984, Tech. 5, US Army, WW-2, (New Antioch - Twin Creek Road)

Reeves, Ira Jesse; b. 08-10-1920, d. 05-12-1944, Pvt. 339 Inf. 85 Inf. Div., WW-2, Killed in Action in Italy, Purple Heart, (Corinth)

Reeves, James; b. 08-02-1830, d. 03-04-1926, Pvt. Maxey’s Co. Ms. Inf, Mounted State Troops, Civil War Veteran, (Crossroads Methodist)

Reeves, James Charles; b. 12-22-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Reeves, James Columbus; b. 07-25-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Reeves, James Lyman (Jr.); b. 11-07-1923, d. 09-12-1999, 3rd Ranger Bn., North African Theatre-Italy, captured by Germans and held in Stalag 2B Hammerstein (99 work camps in the vicinity of Kosia & Stolop-West Prussia, he was captured along with fellow George Countian Marion Havard. They were both captured by Germans 01-30-1944 near the Musolini Canal south of Rome and liberated 05-02-1945. Prisoner of War from 1-1944, to 5-1945, Purple Heart, (Magnolia 4-34-c)

Reeves, Jesse P; b. 04-06-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Reeves, Jet Everton; b. 07-19-1925, d. 05-16-1988, Tech 3, US Army, WW-2 (Floral Hills Memorial Gardens (Harrison County, Ms.)

Reeves, Joe Kenneth; b. 09-06-1918, d. 04-26-1953, Coxwain (small boat and landing craft skipper) US Navy WW-2, Mississippi, (Corinth)

Reeves, John (Sr.); b. 05-16-1928, d. 12-21-1919, Cpl. Co. “A” 9th Ms. Cav, Civil War Veteran, (Reeves Family) surrendered with TN. Army

Reeves, John App; b. 03-19-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Reeves, John Brunner; b. 02-07-1893, d. 01-10-1981, funeral held 01-21-1981, 89 years old, US Army, WW-1, (Crossroads cemetery)

Reeves, Lemuel Jarvis; b. 06-15-1937, d. 07-09-2012, 75 years old, h/o Peggy Reeves, (murdered by his son Edmond Reeves 34 years of age, US Air Force, (Corinth)

Reeves, Leonard Ray; b. 05-11-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Reeves, Leslie A; b. 04-06-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Reeves, Louis Everett; b. 06-12-1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Reeves, Lyman; b. 04-23-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Reeves, Marshall K; b. 03-29-1919, d. 05-31-1973, US Army, SGT., 865th Bombardment Squadron “Heavy”, AP & Eng. Instructor mos#747, American Defense Service Medal, ATO Medal, APTO Medal, Good Conduct medal, WW-2 Victory Medal (Hunt-Whittington-Stone County, Ms.)

Reeves, Martin Luther; b. 06-25-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Reeves, Maurice L. “M.L.”; b. 07-15-1939, d. 5-15-2011, 71 years old, h/o Annie Maxine Reeves, US Army National Guard, (Carter Cemetery)

Reeves, Milton; b. 09-30-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Reeves, Peter; b. 01-16-1896, d. 03-09-1969, “Mississippi”, Pvt. Co. “M” 18th Inf., WW-1 (Pine Grove Methodist Cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Reeves, Richard, b. 09-06-1919, d. 10-10-1970, PFC 107th CML Processing Co. WW-2, (Shady Grove.)

Reeves, Rufus; b. 02-20-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Reeves, Titus; b. 02-17-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Reeves, Tomie Guy; b. 01-10-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Reeves, Travis, b. 08-02-1934, d. 02-05-2006, US Air Force, (Lily Grove.)

Reeves, Verba D, b. 01-08-1918, d. 01-03-1978, Tec5, US Army, WW-2, (Crossroads Methodist)

Reeves, Welthy Supreme; b. 04-14-1889, d. _______, Private, Infantry 325th Infantry, discharged 05-25-1919, information from 1938 WPA records)

Reeves, William Irvin; b. 10-14-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Reeves, William Peter; b. 01-16-1896, d. 03-09-1969, funeral 03-10-1969, 73 years old, WW-1 Miss Pvt., Co. “M” 18th Inf. (Hunt-Whittington Cemetery)

Reeves, Woodrow Wilson; b. 02-14-1915, d. 12-18-1944, S/Sgt. “Killed in Action”, died in the Battle of the Bulge, Received the Distinguished Service Cross, Purple Heart, (Old Whittington cemetery-Ramsey Springs, Ms.)

Reeves, W. Spream, b. 04-14-1889, d. 05-12-1979, US Army, WW-1 (Antioch Methodist -Benndale)

Regions, Henry Dennis; b. 05-11-1958, d. 02-01-1978, 19 years old, US Air Force (Magnolia)

Register, Reuben Jerome (R.J.); b. _____, d. 04-06-2014, 70 Years old, h/o Teresa Register, US Navy, (Heritage Funeral Home-Escatawapa in charge of arrangements and burial site was not published)

Renfro, Aubrey L; b. 10-22-1911, d. 09-14-1969, SSgt., US Air Force WW-2 & Korea (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Renfroe, Roy Howard; b. 08-12-1925, d. 12-06-1987, PFC US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Reppond, Luther M. “Buddy” (Jr.), b. 06-27-1941, d. 07-21-1987, section A-10, US Marine Corps (Rocky Creek)

Reynolds, Floyd M; b. 08-01-1921, d. 06-21-2015, 93 years old, h/o Gracie (Lathan) Reynolds, US Army, WW-2, (Rocky Creek Cemetery)

Reynolds, Martin V; b. 05-14-1841, d. 07-15-1915, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (State Line-State Line)

Rhymes, Henry Benjamin; b. 10-23-1881, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ribbeck, Albert Walter; b. 10-19-1916, d. 06-25-1996, US Air Force WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Rich, Henry Ray; b. 05-20-1949, d. 03-05-2009, 59 years old, h/o Patricia, US Army, Vietnam, (Hilltop)

Rich, John Ward; b. 1913, d. 10-17-1967 in Australia, CPO, US Navy, WW-2 (Roseland Park Cemetery-Hattiesburg, Ms.)

Richard, Bud; b. 03-20-1874, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Richard, Veryl Jude; b. 06-03-1942, d. 02-08-1978, Pvt US Army Vietnam (Groue cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande

Richards, Eddie H; b. 09-07-1895, d. 08-10-1945, Pvt., 114th Infantry 29th Division WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Richards, Joseph; War of 1812, Louisiana Militia Regiment (George County Mississippi Land grant for soldiers serving in War of 1812, granted to: Wm. E. Clark)

Richards, Kenneth, Paul; b. 11-26-1931, d. 07-19-1991, RMSN US Navy Korea (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Richards, Sherrie Benjamin (Jr.); b. 05-31-1927, d. 02-03-2008, h/o Carol deen (Pinsch) Richards, ML3 US Navy WW-2 & Korea, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Richards, Wallace J; b. 05-03-1927, d. 07-04-1989, US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Richardson, Eddie; b. 02-28-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Richardson, Geraldine; b. 06-30-1921, d. 07-03-2007, T/Sgt., US Army, WW-2, (Magnolia 2-282)

Richardson, James, b. 06-18-1914, d. 11-03-1951, (2-282), Sgt. 120th General Hospital WW-2, (Magnolia 2-282)

Richardson, John Leslie; b. 03-14-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Richardson, Norton E, b. 02-02-1913, d. 07-21-1982, PVT US Army WW-2, (Finch Cemetery – Willie Finch Road)

Richardson, Randle; b. 08-20-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Richardson, Richard; b. 12-08-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Richardson, Scott; b. 04-09-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Richburg, T. Weber, b. 09-10-1936, d. 03-14-1959, FA US Navy (Alabama), (Union)

Rigsby, Leon J, b. 01-26-1918, d. 12-31-1980, Cpl. US Army WW-2 (Agricola)

Riley, George; b. _____, d. _____; Svc. # 2130742, Pvt., US Army, WW-1 enlisted 03-17-1918, 839th Co. T.C., information taken from Military discharge records located in the George County Court House (no cemetery named)

Riley, Joseph Charles; b. 06-22-1921, d. 11-13-2000, PO2 class US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Rimes, John Lemuel; b. 04-12-1912, d. 05-14-1980, 68 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Magnolia 4-64-d)

Ritrovato, Salvatore J; b. 11-22-1921, d. 12-26-1997, US Navy WW-2 (Magnolia)

Roach, Raymond William; b. 07-14-1939, d. 10-02-1984, A3 class US Air Force (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Robbins, Edward Loferage; b. 07-23-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Roberson, Alfred; b. 08-04-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Roberson, Charley; b. 07-09-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Roberson, Joe; b. 07-04-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Roberts, Alvin; b. 07-08-1825, d. 01-09-1908, Pvt., Co. “H” Green & Perry Squad, Ms. Inf. State Troops, Civil War Veteran, (Mutual Rights)

Roberts, Council, b. 04-05-1908, d. 02-13-1952, Pvt., 264th Medical Bn., WW-2, (New Hope.)

Roberts, Daniel H, b. 10-29-1946, d. 07-09-1980, h/o Harry Evelyn (McLeod) Roberts, US Air Force, (Woodard)

Roberts, Dwight; b. 1949, d. 03-22-2013, 64 years old, US Army, Vietnam, (Northside Baptist Church Cemetery)

Roberts, “Reverand” Ervin; b. 08-10-1838, d. 04-07-1915, Pvt., Co. “A” erd Ms. Infantry Civil War Veteran, (Mt. Pleasant-Jackson)

Roberts, Henry; b. 08-15-1822, d. 05-17-1880, h/o #1 Priscilla Jane (Cochran) Roberts & h/o #2 Louisa Jane (Breland) Roberts, Captain, “Gaines Warriors”, Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran (Buffalo cemetery)

Roberts, Henry Clay; b. 02-07-1897, d. 06-21-1977, WW-1 Pvt., US Army (McLeod-Magnolia)

Roberts, Herman, b. 04-11-1910, d. 09-12-1973, Pvt. US Army WW-2, (Holmes Baptist)

Roberts, Horace Spencer; b. 11-25-1925, d. 09-17-1993, h/o Wilmer Lois (Bosarge) Roberts, SPC US Army WW-2 & Korea (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Roberts, Ira Ernest, b. 11-11-1920, d. 06-16-1991, Pvt. US Army WW-2, (Northside Baptist)

Roberts, Jack Joseph; b. 02-08-1941, d. 01-28-1980, CWO2 US Coast Guard, Vietnam (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Roberts, James; b. 07-09-1822, d. 04-18-1901, Pvt., Co. “A” 9th Ms. Inf., Co. “D” 9th Ms. Cav., Civil War Veteran (Mutual Rights)

Roberts, James Everett; b. 11-23-1944, d. 04-01-2013, 68 years old, US Navy, Retired Aircraft Mechanic, (McLain Cemetery)

Roberts, James Samuel; b. 03-13-1920, d. 08-20-1993, M/Sgt. US Air Force, WW-2 & Vietnam (Red Creek Union Baptist Church cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Roberts, James William (Sr.); b. 11-18-1936, d. 02-09-2015, 78 years old, h/o Ethel M. Roberts, US Navy, retired Senior Chief Electrician, (cemetery not named-George County Funeral home in charge)

Roberts, John L, b. 10-08-1914, d. 07-29-1996, Pvt. US Army WW-2, (Northside Baptist)

Roberts, Leonard C, b. 03-06-1920, d. 12-16-1943, Sgt., 179th Inf., 45th Inf. Div., WW-2, Killed in Action in Italy, Purple Heart (New Hope.)

Roberts, Leonard H; b. 07-19-1884, d. 02-23-1978, 93 years old, US Army, WW-1, (Mt. Pisgah-Greene County, Ms.)

Roberts, Richard; Co. “C” 9th Regt., (Jackson County District 2, filed for pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran

Roberts, Richard Angus “Doctor”; b. 03-14-1913, d. 02-05-1986, h/o Catherine (Jameson) Roberts, 1st Lt., US Navy WW-2 (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Roberts, Samuel Augustus; b. 05-20-1896, d. 11-29-1980, 84 years old, US Army, WW-1 (Barton)

Roberts, Thomas; b. 07-04-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Roberts, Willam; b. 08-02-1895, d. 01-31-1988, WW-1 Veteran, (Mt. Pisgah-Greene)

Roberts, William Clyde “Dub”; b. 11-02-1918, d. 08-22-1944, Military veteran, Killed In Action, Purple Heart, WW-2 (Americam Memorial cemetery, St. James, France) there is a memorial stone in McLain cemetery for him

Roberts, Willis Van Buren; b. 05-22-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Robertson, C.R. (Jr.); b. 04-24-1926, d. 01-09-1953, Pvt., 680th Port Co. TC WW-2 (Griffin-Greene)

Robertson, Dale W, b. 11-17-1919, d. 10-23-1996, US Army, WW-2, (Movella Baptist.)

Robertson Ernest E. “Elvie”; b. 06-14-1931, d. 08-12-2010, h/o Audrey M. Robertson, US Marnie Corp., Korea (Fellowship Baptist Cemetery-Greene County)

Robertson, Ransom; b. 08-12-1833, d. 03-08-1865, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf. Civil War Veteran, Killed in Action (Slay-State Line)

Robertson, William; b. 07-10-1828, d. 02-09-1865, Pvt. Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf. Killed in Action Civil War Veteran (Slay-State Line)

Robinson, Alver M; b. 02-12-1899, d. 12-26-1962, Pvt., Co. “B” 17th Battalion BRTC WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Robinson, Andrew Junior; b. 03-16-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Robinson, Grant; b. 03-27-1895, d. 10-29-1969, Pvt. US Army WW-1 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Robinson, Matt; b. 07-22-1911, d. 05-02-1963, Pvt. WW-2 US Army (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Robinson, J.T; b. 05-13-1848, d. 06-02-1935, Pvt., Co. “B” 5th Al. Cav., (State Line-State Line) Civil War Veteran

Roby, Henry; b. 1830, d. 03-01-1925, Pvt., Co. “H” 15th Ms. Infantry, Civil War Veteran (Machpelah-Jackson)

Rodgers, Frank P; Co. “A” 3rd Regt., (Jackson County District 1, filed for pension 1907) Civil War Veteran

Rodgers, George W, b. _______, d. 08-07-1934, Pvt.1cl., 114th Am. Tn., 39th Div. (Antioch Methodist -Benndale)

Rodgers, George Wesley, b. 11-29-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rodgers, Grover Cleveland; b. 04-17-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rodgers, John Thomas; b. 11-06-1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rodgers, Joseph W; b. 03-12-1838, d. 09-10-1896, Pvt., Smith-Turner’s Battery Ms. Light Artillery, Civil War Veteran (4-Mile Creek-Jackson)

Rogers, Alver; b. 09-01-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rogers, Bess; b. 1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rogers, Charlie Burwell; b. 12-10-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rogers, D0zier D; b. 01-16-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rogers, Ernest Clevland; b. 10-09-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rogers, Ernest F; b. 05-22-1924, d. 06-23-1970, Pvt., WW-2 Co. “B” 784th Tank Battalion (Simpson-Greene)

Rogers, Francis; b. 12-29-1833, d. 03-04-1897 Sgt. Co. “L” 27th Ms. Infantry, Civil War Veteran, (Joseph Ware-Rogers Cemetery-Jackson)

Rogers, George A, b. 09-30-1931, d. 02-28-1975, Sgt. US Army, Korea, Vietnam, (Pipkins Cemetery. – Avent)

Rogers, Herman S, b. 10-22-1928, d. 06-26-1970, CS3 US Coast Guard Korea (Agricola)

Rogers, Hildred Lavon; b. 03-08-1931, d. 04-09-2014, 83 years old, h/o Jessie Louise “May Jack” (Jackson) Rogers, US Army, Korea (Rocky Creek-with full military honors)

Rogers, Hillman Buddy, b. 04-09-1928, d. 07-28-2006, Cpl., US Army, WW-2, Korea, (Pipkins Cemetery. – Avent)

Rogers, Ingram; b. 08-03-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rogers, Isaac Joseph, b. 01-30-1894, d. 12-02-1926, section C-6, Pvt. 162nd Depot Brig. WW-1 (Rocky Creek) Created by: Martha Record added: Feb 27, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial # 34250542

Rogers, James; b. 05-23-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rogers, James Andrew; b. 1902, d. 1976, Pvt., US Army Air Force, WW-2 (Sweetwater-Greene)

Rogers, John Thomas; b. 11-15-1848, d. 08-20-1922, Co. "B" 4th Miss. Calvary, C.S.A. (Civil War Veteran), (New Hope.) Surrendered in Wayne County, Ms.

Rogers, John Thomas; b. 11-06-1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rogers, Joseph Calvin; b. 12-25-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rogers, Joseph Griffin, b. 05-08-1842, d. 03-01-1925, Co. "A" 1st Miss. Inf. (Civil War Veteran), (Finch Cemetery – New Hope Church Road) was near Durham Station, SC at time of surrender

Rogers, Joseph M; b. 05-30-1897, d. 01-15-1974, Pvt., US Army, WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Rogers, Lawrence W; b. 09-18-1917, d. 10-18-1987, US Army WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Rogers, Leonard Franklin (Sr.); b. 05-13-1917, d. 01-01-2007, 89 years old, h/o Esther Rogers, US Navy, (Rogers Cemetery)

Rogers, Lomax C; b. 05-08-1919, d. 08-03-1979, US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Rogers, Ogden; b. 07-06-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rogers, Otis Coolidge; b. 07-01-1924, d. 06-24-1986, SM1 US Navy, WW-2 (Paramount Cemetery-Perkingston, Ms.)

Rogers, R. L; b. 02-19-1919, d. 02-19-1966, Pvt. US Air Force 302nd Aviation Squadron AAF WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Rogers, Rudolph Vincent “RV”; b. ____, d. ____, served 3 years 9 months with the 38th Brigade HQ Anti-Aircraft Artillery and then 1 year with Co. “H” 108th Infantry Regt., Philippine Islands and also the Occupation of Korea. (Information from the book titled “My Cup of Memories” by Nina Mae Mason)

Rogers, Savory Owens; b. 06-04-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rogers, Shelton Charles; b. 1897, d. 05-01-1960, 63 years old, WW-1 Veteran, (Hickory Grove Cemetery-Laurel, Ms.) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Jun 27, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial# 112962430

Rogers, Theron C; b. 02-22-1913, d. 12-19-1966, 1st Sgt US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Rogers, Thomas A, b. 04-19-1925, d. 07-27-1947, section E-4 PFC Co. "K" 39th Inf. 8th Regt. WW-2 (Mississippi), (Rocky Creek)

Rogers, Thomas Verlon; b. 11-05-1921, d. 04-21-1990, 68 years old, WW-2 Veteran (New Hope)

Rogers, Timothy M; b. 06-20-1914, d. 10-06-1962, Pvt., Coastal Artillery Corps WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Rogers, William H. “Bill” (Sr.), b. 06-14-1929, d. 10-11-1981, SFC US Army Korea Vietnam, (Union)

Rogers, William Richard; b. 03-21-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rollins, Charles E; b. 04-14-1895, d. 02-19-1963, Pvt. Battery “D” 139th Field Artillery, WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Rolls, Amos Emmitt; b. 08-26-1915, d. 02-10-1967, h/o Georgia Lee Rolls, S1class US Navy WW-2, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Rolls, Oliver E; b. ___, d. ___, 1st Lt., 114th Am. TN. 59th Division (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Ronagar, George Clinton; b. 09-27-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Roper, Mark W. (Jr.), b. 02-06-1939, d. 03-03-1993, section B-6, CM Sgt. US Air Force, Vietnam, (Rocky Creek)

Rose, Kenneth Riley; b. 09-16-1935, d. 10-03-2005, 70 years old, h/o Margaret Lurline (Deese) Rose, US Air Force, (Crossroads United Methodist)

Rose, William H; b. 06-03-1838, d. 06-17-1916, Pvt., Co. “G” 7th Ms. Cav. Civil War Veteran, (Sweetwater-Greene)

Rounsaville, Elias; b. 02-09-1845, d. 01-14-1902, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf. Civil War Veteran, (Mt. Pisgah)

Rounsaville, Oscar Eugene; b. 02-13-1861, d. 10-26-1927, WW-1, US Army (Rounsaville)

Rounsaville, Oscar Gordon (Jr.); b. 08-28-1894, d. 03-17-1942, WW-1 US Army Pvt., (McLeod-Magnolia Cemetery)

Rouse, Andren Clifton, b. 03-16-1933, d. 03-14-1980, Veteran-no information available, (Shady Grove.)

Rouse, Benjamin Burtis; b. 07-04-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rouse, Bertis Webster; b. 07-01-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rouse, B. Snow; b. 04-11-1839, d. 05-12-1928, Pvt. Co. “A” 9th Ms. Cav (Steede’s Batt’n. Civil War Veteran, (Crossroads Methodist)

Rouse, Charlie Ellis; b. 07-07-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rouse, Donald Elmore; b. 11-11-1943, d. 11-05-2012, 69 years old, Mississippi National Guardsman, (Corinth)

Rouse, Donald Gordon; b. 11-16-1920, d. 04-06-1944, Cpl., US Marines WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Rouse, Earl Martin; b. 07-19-1919, d. 02-10-1989, Captain US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Rouse, Edna, b. 12-14-1913, d. 01-06-1983, Cpl. US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 3-98)

Rouse, Edward Grady "Runt" (Jr.); b. 10-03-1894, d. 01-01-1967, Sgt., AVN. TW. US Marine Corp., Pacific, 1942-1945, (Union)

Rouse, Edward Louis; b. 01-19-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rouse, Grady Ira, b. 02-23-1920, d. 12-20-1972, Pvt. US Army WW-2 (Mississippi), (Union)

Rouse, Herman Louis, b. 10-10-1914, d. 01-05-1990, Major US Army WW-2 / Korea, (Shady Grove.)

Rouse, Herman Norris; b. 12-15-1925, d. 03-20-2009, US Army Air Force, PFC., 238th Army Air Force Base Unit OUT (VH) Asiatic-Pacific Medal, Victory Ribbon, American Theater medal Good Conduct Medal, 2 Battle Stars, Presidential citation (Union)

Rouse, Hubert, b. 04-24-1915, d. 08-04-1977, Tech. 5 US Army WW-2, (Crossroads Methodist.)

Rouse, Hubert Melton; b. 05-10-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rouse, J.W; b. 03-08-1820, d. 07-04-1906, Pvt., Co. “C” 9th Ms. Calvary, Civil War Veteran (Larue-Jackson)

Rouse, James Redd; b. 01-29-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rouse, John Ira; b. 02-15-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rouse, John Louis; b. 10-03-1927, d. 07-04-1969, h/o Alzaida (Penny) Rouse, Pfc., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Rouse, Jimmy B. “Jim”; b. 10-18-1928, d. 01-23-1985, US Military Veteran, (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Rouse, Lonnie William; b. 12-06-1906, d. 09-11-1967, funeral 09-14-1967, US Navy, (Union)

Rouse, Luther, b. 03-21-1915, d. 08-31-1991, Tech. 5, US Army, WW-2, Reeves/Carter.)

Rouse, Luther Donald; b. 10-12-1949, d. 11-24-2008, US Marine Corp., Vietnam (Reeves/Carter Cem. Benndale)

Rouse, Nevin Dean; b. 1926, d. 12-05-2010, 84 years old, h/o Willie Eloise Rouse, US Army, WW-2, (Shady Grove) Created by: Ann Nash Record added: Dec 08, 2010 Find A Grave Memorial # 62687237

Rouse, Norman Will, b. 03-16-1922, d. 03-13-1967, MM3 US Navy WW-2, (Shady Grove.)

Rouse, Norris; b. 12-15-1925, d. 03-20-2009, 83 years old, h/o Helen (Raney) Rouse, WW-2 (Union Cemetery)

Rouse, Norris Kent; b. 12-18-1944, d. 11-17-2009, 64 years old, National Guard Veteran, (Moffett Cemetery)

Rouse, Oscar B. “Blackie”; b. 12-05-1919, d. 01-04-2008, h/o #1 Betty (Rouse) Newbill & #2 Jenny Rouse, US Army, WW-2 (Jackson County Memorial Park)

Rouse, Pat K, b. 08-28-1916, d. 02-23-1970, Pfc. US Army WW-2, (Crossroads Methodist.)

Rouse, Quitman Joseph; b. 01-01-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rouse, Robert H, b. 01-19-1915, d. 12-05-1983, PFC, US Army, WW-2, (Midway)

Rouse, Rufus; b. 08-04-1881, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rouse, Travis Edmond; b. 11-17-1918, d. 01-22-1957, CPO, US Navy, WW-2 (Shady Grove)

Rouse, Troy L, b. 08-03-1913, d. 07-25-1983, US Army & US Navy WW-2, (Magnolia 4-62-d)

Rouse, Wallis P; b. _______, d. 10-21-1940, Mech. 142nd M.G. Bn. Mississippi, (Crossroads Methodist) Created by: Martha Record added: Nov 11, 2008 Find A Grave Memorial # 31293025

Rouse, Willie; b. 08-06-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Rouse, Willie Alva “Al”, b. 01-15-1917, d. 06-18-1988, h/o #1 Gladys S. (Rouse) (Phillips) Goad 1915-2004, h/o #2 Marie Elizabeth (Fairley) Rouse 1916-1966, Major US Army WW-2, (Shady Grove.)

Rowell, Leslie E, b. 05-17-1934, d. 12-29-1992, United States Marine Corps (New Hope.)

Roy, A; b. 08-12-1812, d. 07-20-1890, Pvt., Co. “A” 3rd Ms. Infantry, Civil War Veteran, (Orange Grove Cemetery-Jackson)

Rummage, Harry Mae (Jr.); b. 05-04-1929, d. 06-23-2008, h/o Dorothy (Seal) Rummage, SMSgt US Air Force Vietnam, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Rund, Joseph Laverne; b. 11-18-1933, d. 07-25-2014, 80 years old, h/o Evelyn Rund, retired from US Air Force and US Army (No cemetery named-George County Funeral home in Charge)

Rush, James Leonard, b. 10-03-1904, d. 01-23-1960, PVT. US Army WW-2 (Agricola)

Russell, (Col.) Edward L; b. 08-19-1845, d. 01-28-1911, Co. “E” 41st. Ms. Enlisted Vernal, Ms., Civil War Veteran, information by Lisa McKinney (Magnolia cem-Mobile, Alabama)

Russell, Howard Herkimer; b. 03-03-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Russell, James P (Jr.); b. 01-02-1928, d. 07-23-1980, Major, US Army WW-2, Korea, VietNam (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Rustin, Daniel McKennis (Jr.); b. 11-29-1929, d. 2-10-2009; US Navy, (Rustin Cemetery-Laurel, Jones County)

Rustin, Daniel McKinnis (Sr.), b. 07-26-1907, d. 08-07-1984, section G-4, US Navy, Korea, (Rocky Creek)

Ruth, Charles; He was recognized as a Veteran at Memorial Day Services held at Carter cemetery 05-26-2014 (no Military or burial information given)

Rutherford, Clyde Bernard, b. 08-22-1919, d. 10-14-2000, section F-5, M/Sgt. US Army Air Force WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Rutherford, Kenneth Luther; b. 05-17-1917, d. 04-03-2002, CWO, WW-2, (buried in Seattle, Washington)

Ryan, Antoine; Co. “A” 3rd Ms., Regt., Live Oak Rifles (Jackson County District 3, filed for pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran, (Belande-Jackson)

Ryan, Charles Erskin; b. 09-01-1930, d. 01-25-1981, Pvt. US Army (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Ryan, Claude Hunter; b. 01-31-1915, d. 12-16-1998, TECH3 US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Ryan, Claude Hunter (Jr.); b. 06-06-1943, d. 08-24-1979, Major US Marines Vietnam (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Ryan, Elmer Paul; b. 06-16-1900, d. 10-14-1944, US Army (Martin Ryan cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande

Ryan, Hypolite E; b. 08-__-1885, d. 05-14-1934, Pvt153rd Infantry 39th Division US Army (Martin Ryan Cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Belladne

Ryan, John Eugene; b. 03-28-1837, d. 03-16-1907, Pvt., Co. “A” 3rd Ms. Infantry, Civil War Veteran (Martin Ryan Memorial-Jackson)

Ryan, Louis; b. 01-29-1887, d. 06-26-1951, Alabama Pvt., Medical department WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Ryan, Martin; b. 12-11-1842, d. 02-14-1913, Pvt., Co. “A” 3rd Ms. Infantry Civil War Veteran, (Martin Ryan Memorial-Jackson)

Ryan, Paul Mark; b. 06-16-1930, d. 09-26-2003, Col. US Marines, Vietnam, Purple Heart, Bronze Star Medal (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) Information by Robert Reeves

Ryan, Peter Claude; b. 02-07-1919, d. 08-08-1977, Pvt US Army WW-2 (Gulf Hills cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande

Ryder, Charles James; b. 10-03-1887, d. 01-13-1974, Cpl., US Army WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Salie, David J; b. 06-12-1970, d. 02-14-2005, h/o Deedy (Brown) Salie, Killed in Action by IED while in his vehicle in Baqubah, Iraq, Purple Heart, 2 Bronze Star’s w/ device, Combat Infantry Badge with Star, Meritorious Unit Citation, South West Asian Service Medal, Saudi Kuwaiti Liberation Medal, Kuwaiti Liberation Medal, Master Parachutist Badge with 1 Combat Jump. , 2nd Battalion, 69th Armor Regt., 3rd Infantry Division (Ft. Benning, Georgia Main Post Cemetery)

Salmon, Donald Harold; b. 07-10-1921, d. 06-09-1992, h/o Bonnie Salmon and father of Katie (Salmon) Wilt and Susie (Salmon) Sanders, CMC2, US Navy Seabees, serving in Alutian Islands and the Philippines during WW-2 (Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery-San Antonio, Texas Section 1 site 1061) He was our next door neighbor where I was raised and we remain in contact with the daughters today, a lot of good memories there)

Sanders, Eddie; b. 06-21-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Sanders, Erasmus J; b. 10-10-1841, d. 11-14-1924, Cpl., Co. “A” 1st Arkansas Mounted Rifles, Civil War Veteran, (Mt. Zion-Sand Hill)

Sanderson, Henry Haywood; b. 07-25-1909 d. 03-27-2001, 91 years old, US Navy, WW-2 (Magnolia 4-22-c)

Sands, Oliver Ray (Jr.); b. 12-06-1940, d. 03-11-1991, 50 years old, MSgt. US Air Force retired, Viet Nam, 20 years of service, (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Sanford, William Carlie; b. 08-24-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Sargent, Willie Allen, b. 06-28-1928, d. 09-__-1975, Cpl., US Army, Korea, (Lily Grove.)

Sasser, Cecil Thomas; b. 08-24-1940, d. 10-26-2013, 73 years old, h/o Charlotte Ruth (Morreale) Sasser, US Navy 20 years (Memorial Services held-George County Funeral Home in charge)

Saucier, David; b. 01-13-1840, d. 10-26-1910, Pvt., Co. “A” 3rd Ms. Infantry Civil War Veteran (Saucier cemetery-Jackson)

Saunders, Eddie; b. _______, d. _______, Private Co. “A” 565th Engineer service, WW-1, discharged 12-10-1918 (information from 1938 WPA records)

Savage, John F; b. 10-01-1906, d. 02-16-1999, h/o Malzia (Eubanks) Savage, US Army, WW-2 served 03-10-1943 thru 07-20-1943 Company “A” 275th Engr. Battalion (McIntosch Family cemetery-Vernal, Greene))

Scara, Ernest Emile; b. 12-11-1936, d. 02-05-1998, GMG3 US Navy (LaRue Cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande

Scarbrough, Arthur Benjamin “Benny”, b. 11-26-1946, d. 08-26-1966 LCPL US Marine Corps Vietnam (Purple Heart) KILLED in ACTION, (Union)

Scarborough, A.D; b. 1910, d. 05-24-1960, 50 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Byrd Town Baptist cemetery-Picayune, Ms.)

Scarborough, David; Co. “A” 3rd Ms. Regt., Infantry, Wounded in Action (Jackson County District 3, filed for a pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran

Scarbrough, George; b. 12-25-1878, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Schatz, Hilland Dutch; b. 08-14-1933, d. 06-18-2007, Pvt., US Army Korea (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Schmidt, Vivian M S (Beard); b. 06-15-1930, d. 04-15-1961, Sgt. Women’s Army Coorps (Avera Family)

Schneider, Howard Ray; b. 11-15-1921, d. 06-15-1989, US Navy, E-6 Gunner’s Mate WW-2, National Defense Ribbon, WW-2 Victory Medal (George County-Cemetery not named)

Schumacher, Clarence George; b. 08-15-1921, d. 06-10-1972, h/o Helen (Goff) Schumacher, CCS US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Schwentker, Victor Henry; b. 03-20-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Scott, Arnold Henry; b. 08-20-1899, d. _____; Pvt., US Army WW-1 enlisted 10-10-1918, He was in the S.T.A.C. (Studens Army Traning Corps.) While attending college at the University of Mississippi (no cemetery named) information from Military discharge records located in the George County Court House.

Scott, Clyde Monroe; b. 01-25-1927, d. 02-26-1979 SK3 US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem, Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Scott, Edward Everett, b. 02-08-1921, d. 08-25-1992, Pvt. US Marine Corps WW-2, (Refuge.)

Scott, Everet H; b. 10-19-1898, d. 09-03-1959, Pfc. US Army WW-2, Purple Heart, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves Scott, Floyd Earl (Sr.), b. 01-17-1895, d. 01-02-1967, US Navy WW-1, h/o Alice, (Refuge.)

Scott, Francis Keith; b. 08-08-1930, d. 03-23-2008, h/o Laverne (Howell) Scott, HM-3, US Navy, Korea, (Refuge)

Scott, Henry; b. 01-05-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Scott, J.H. “Jim”; b. 10-16-1895, d. 10-09-1985, 89 years old, US Army, WW-1, (Cedar Lawn-Philadelphia, Mississippi)

Scott, Porter B; b. 11-21-1924, d. 11-19-1977, 20 years of service US Navy, (Winburn Chapel-Greene County, Ms.)

Scott, Walter Stanley; b. 08-13-1874, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Scovell, Benjamin F; b. 01-08-1842, d. 08-25-1931, Sgt., Co. “L” 27th Ms. Infantry, Civil War Veteran (Greenwood-Jackson)

Seabrook (Seabrok), D.O; b. 07-21-1837, d. 03-18-1907, Pvt., Co. “C & D” 21st Al. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (State Line-State Line)

Seabrook, John P; b. 12-11-1835, d. 12-31-1927, 2nd Lt., Co. “I” 38th Al. Inf. Civil War Veteran, (State Line) Created by: Gene Phillips Record added: Jul 21, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial# 114127212

Seabrook, John Pugh; b. 12-11-1835, d. 12-31-1927, Pvt., Co. “I” 38th Al. Inf. Civil War Veteran, (State Line)

Seals, Clarence Percell; b. 02-11-1919, d. 08-28-1978, funeral 08-30-1978, 59 years old, Pvt., US Army, WW-2 (Bonds Cemetery-Stone County, Ms.)

Seals, James, b. 07-12-1940, d. 08-16-1995, SP4 US Army, (Crossroads Methodist.)

Searcy, Claude B; b. 12-21-1911, d. 10-04-1972, CSK, US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Searcy, George Edgar; b. 08-23-1926, d. 10-10-1965, TECH5 US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Searcy, William Curtis; b. 06-01-1921, d. 07-04-2006, LCDR US Navy WW-2 & Korea, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Seay, Harley Eugene; b. 04-17-1893, d. 12-15-1977, h/o Nellie (Flanagan) Seay, Cpl., US Army WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Seefeld, Ralph F; b. 02-19-1907, d. 12-07-1986, Tech4 US Army WW-2 (Scotland)

Seymour, Charles N; b. 04-10-1915, d. 12-07-1964, Major US Army National Guard “Retired” (William Seymour cem. Jackson county) information by Ray Bellande

Seymour, Edward Arnold (Sr.); b. 08-12-1925, d. 09-06-1990 AM2 US Navy WW-2 (Martin Ryan Cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande

Seymour, Florian J; b. 03-28-1894, d. 11-26-1970, Pvt 11th Co Depot WW-1 (Martin Ryan cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande

Seymour, Harry O; b. 09-04-1907, d. 11-02-1974, PF C US Army (William Seymour Cem. Jackson county) Information by Ray Bellande

Seymour, Henry; Co. “A” 3rd. Ms. Regt. Featherstone Brigade Loving’s Division of Live Oak Rifles (Jackson County District 3, filed for pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran

Seymour, John; b.___, d. d. ____, Co. “D” 3rd Md. Calvary Civil War Veteran (Bellande cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande

Seymour, Lazarus; Co. “A” Steede’s Battalion of Calvary, Prisoner of War in Foresight, Georgia (Jackson County Districe 3, filed for pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran

Seymour, Moses; b.04-13-1838, d. 01-08-1893, Pvt., Co. “K” 3rd Ms. Infantry Civil War Veteran (Belande-Jackson)

Seymour, Raymon; b. 1829, d. 06-30-1911, Co. “A” Steede’s Battalion (Jackson County District 3, filed for pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran (LaRue cemetery-Jackson)

Seymour, St. Syr; b. 08-11-1827, d. 10-15-1903, Pvt., Co. “E” 17th Batallion Ms. Calvary Civil War Veteran (Calvin Seymour family-Jackson)

Shaggs, James Perry; b. ___, d. ___, Butcher’s Quartermaster Department, Civil War Veteran, information by Lisa McKinney, enlisted Enterprise, Ms., (no cemetery named)

Shanley, William F; b. 11-13-1925, d. 11-14-1982, SK3 US Navy, WW-2 & Korea (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Sharp, George Hinds; b. 02-18-1837, d. 01-13-1929, Pvt., Co. “G” Powers’ Ms. Calvary, Civil War Veteran, (Greenwood-Jackson)

Sharples, Bruce Varney; b. 12-11-1922, d. 12-15-2012, h/o Juanita (Dickerson) & Catherine (Dick) Sharples, WW-2 Veteran, (Rocky Creek)

Shattles, Lorenzo Monroe; b. 12-13-1891, d. 02-14-1963, 71 years old, WW-1 Veteran, (Magnolia 4-25-b)

Shaw, Harlan Samuel; b. 06-16-1921, d. 08-28-2001, 80 years old, h/o Bernice Shaw, US Army, WW-2, (New Hope)

Shell, Robert Henry (Jr.); b. 02-02-1931, d. 08-15-2008, 77 years old, h/o Jennifer Shell, US Army, Korea, (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Shepard, William Cortell, “Coyt”; b. 12-16-1920, d. 02-01-1972, funeral 02-03-1972, US Army, WW-2 (Rocky Creek)

Shepard, Wood; b. ______, d. 12-31-1930, Pvt. 323rd Inf. 81st Div. WW-1 (Mt Pisgah Community)

Shepherd, Ben; b. 10-15-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Shepherd, Clarence Eugene; b. 12-24-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Shepherd, Jessie Locklin; b. 09-30-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Shepherd, Leslie; b. 09-12-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Shepherd, Littleton Jessie; b. 1832, d. 1906, Pvt. Co. “E” 36th Al. Inf. Civil War Veteran (Macedonia)

Shepherd, Louis Avery; b. 07-04-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Shepherd, Nealie E; b. 07-19-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Shepherd, Robert Linsey; b. 09-15-1881, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Shepherd, William Perry; b. 11-07-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Shepheard, Locklin; b. 09-27-1932, d. 01-05-2005, 72 years old, US Air Force, Korea, (Dickerson-Davis Cemetery)

Shepheard, Riley Edward; b. 10-01-1939, d. 03-21-2007, 67 years old, Vietnam veteran, (Rocky Creek)

Shepherd, Boss Franklin; b. 10-21-1931, d. 08-03-1988, 56 years old, Korea, Vietnam, Air Force Sergeants Association (Northside Baptist)

Shepherd, John W, b. 02-27-1894, d. 07-08-1948, US Army, WW-1 Germany, (Macedonia)

Shepherd, Claude Albert; b. 08-28-1943, d. 04-28-2008, 64 years old, h/o Carol Shepherd, US Army, Vietnam, (Northside Baptist)

Sheppard, Jacob M, b. 12-28-1919, d. 06-12-1963, section C-8, SC3 US Naval Reserve WW2, (Rocky Creek) son of Lewis & Sadie Shepherd (Headstone has “Sheppard)

Shepperd, John H; b. 09-23-1820, d. 09-05-1895, Pvt. Co. “F” 36th Ms. Inf. Civil War Veteran (Pipkins-Avent)

Sherman, James Edward; b. 05-06-1922, d. 12-11-2007, 85 years old, h/o Dorthy Mae Sherman, US Army & Retiree of Civil Service (Carter)

Sherman, John Clayton, b. 05-22-1894, d. 03-07-1920, WW-1 (Killed in Action) Purple Heart, (Magnolia 1-317), (information from 1938 WPA records)

Sherman, LaNell; He was recognized as a Veteran at Memorial Day Service at Carter cemetery 05-26-2014 (no military or burial information given)

Sherman, Lavan; He was recognized as a veteran during Memorial Day Service at Carter Cemetery 05-26-2014 (no military or burial information given)

Sherrod, Forrest; b. 06-18-1935, d. 06-__-1985, Pvt., US Army (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information byPat Creel Kendrick

Sherrouse, C.M; b. 10-02-1845, d. 08-07-1935, Pvt., Co. “C” 4th La. Inf. (died and was buried at Beauvoir Soldiers Home) Civil War Veteran

Shipp, Charles Columbus; b. 07-31-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Shivley, Rupert Walla; b. 03-09-1934, d. 10-30-1987, GS2 US Navy Korea (Machpelah Cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Shoemaker, Singleton; b. 05-29-1916, d. 03-06-1982, Cpl. US Army Air Corp. WW-2 (Pine Grove Methodist cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Shotts, Stennis, b. 07-07-1918, d. 04-11-2006, Cpl. US Army Air Corp., WW-2, (Macedonia)

Shows, Paul Arthur “Paul”; b. 01-30-1937, d. 09-09-1972, h/o Estelle (Howell) Shows, US Army, Sgt., served in Europe (Magnolia 4-34-A) Listed on Find a Grave # 32131310

Shows, Paul Eugene “Gene”; b. 12-04-1958 d. 10-09-1982, h/o Cammie Ann (Box) Shows, US Army National Guard, (Magnolia 4-34-AA) According to obituary he was shot and killed in Jackson County, Ms. (I worked with “Gene” at McLeod Tractor in Lucedale at the time of his death) Listed on Find A Grave site # 32131315

Shurley, Tom Clayton, b. 10-28-1909, d. 04-22-1986, RM, US Navy WW-2, (Magnolia 2-51)

Siddon, Eddie Milton; b. 1931, d. 09-12-2012, 81 years old, h/o Melva Elizabeth Siddon, US Army, Korea, (Magnolia) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Sep 27, 2012 Find A Grave Memorial # 97862586

Siemientkowski, Henry Joseph; b. 01-15-1917, d. 11-30-1971, h/o Melvena (McLeod) Siemientkowkski, MSgt., US Air Force WW-2 & Korea (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Sigalas, George C; b. 09-01-1947, d. 12-22-1967, Cpl., Co. “M” 7th Marines 1st Marine Division Vietnam, Purple Heart (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Simmons, A.J; Griffin Light Artillery, (Jackson County District 2, filed for pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran

Simmons, James Carlton “J.C.”; b. 04-11-1920, d. 10-31-1996, US Army Inf. Distinguished Flying Cross, Purple Heart, American Defense Medal, European – African – Middle Eastern Campaign Medal with Bronze star, Asiatic – Pacific Campaign Medal with Battle Stars, American Campaign Medal, WW-2 Victory Medal, (buried in Talahassee, Florida)

Simmons, Ray S; b. _____, d. _____; Pvt., US Army, WW-1, enlisted 05-14-1918, 4th Company, Cas. Det. (information from the Military discharge records located in the George County Court House (no cemetery named)

Simmons, Troy W, b. 01-11-1918, d. 03-09-2003, section C-4, Sgt. US Army Air Force WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Simpson, Charles C; b. 01-26-1916, d. 10-01-2006 US Army WW-2 (Ellisville city cem. New section – Jones county) information by Cleveland Sowell

Simpson, Robert William; b. 07-27-1916, d. 01-28-1978, CBM US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Sims, Arthur Henry; b. 12-03-1947, d. 12-08-2006, (#2), S/Fcl., US Army, (Mount Olive Cemetery #2)

Sims, Reverend Buford Niles; b. 08-02-1929, d. 11-29-2008, US Army Neteran, (Magnolia)

Sims, Cecil; b. 1932, d. 1977, Pfc US Army Korea (Benson cem. Jones county) information by Cleveland Sowell

Sims, Henry; b. ___, d. 11-08-1942, h/o Edna Sims, Pvt 307th Service Battalion Quartermaster Corp (Benson cem. Jones county) information by Cleveland Sowell

Sistrunk, P.H. “Pete”; b. 08-11-1921, d. 05-27-1990, Pvt. US Army WW-2 (Gibson)

Sistrunk, Walter; b. 10-16-1877, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Skehan, William Franklin; b. 06-26-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Skinner, George D; b. 03-18-1898, d. 04-29-1931, WW-1 Veteran, (Magnolia 2-228)

Skinner, John Stanford (Jr.); b. 10-20-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Skinner, Raphael Seemes “Jack”, b. 03-31-1900, d. 11-28-1986, Major, US Army Reserve #0205757, (Magnolia)

Slade, Julian Lamar; b. b. 11-17-1898, d. 06-24-1968, h/o Gladys (Larsen) Slade, Cpl., Co. “D” 155th Infantry WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Slaton, James William (Sr.); b. 09-27-1929, d. 04-28-2000, 70 years old, h/o Betty Jane (Hull) Slaton, US Air Force, (Slaton Family Cemetery)

Slay, Bernise; b. 09-20-1897, d. 04-03-1969, Pvt. US Army WW-1, (Refuge)

Slay, Charles B; b. 08-12-1922, d. 09-07-1986, 64 years old, US Navy, WW-2 (Slay Family Cemetery)

Slay, Herman; he was recognized as a Veteran at the Memorial Day Service at Carter cemetery 05-26-2014 (no military or burial info given)

Slay, James Charley “Dock”; b. 07-03-1848, d. 07-10-1925, Pvt., Co. “I” 36th Al. Inf., Civil War Veteran (Clarks Chapel-State Line)

Slay, James Charles; b. 10-26-1924, d. 07-13-1944, 19 years old, Pvt. US Army Killed in Action in New Guinea, Purple Heart, WW-2 (Refuge)

Slider, Howard Wilbert; b. 03-30-1918, d. 06-16-2004, Staff Sgt., US Army Air Force WW-2 (Magnolia Springs Cemetery-Jackson County)

Slider, William Donald; He was recognized as a Veteran at the Memorial Day Service at Carter cemetery 05-26-2014 (no military or burial info given)

Slider, William Vernon; b. 01-08-1921, d. 01-14-2012, h/o Anita (Rubino) Slider, US Army 83rd Chemical Mortar Batt. WW-2 (Magnolia Springs-Jackson County)

Sloane, Charles A; b. 03-03-1925, d. 04-23-1987, Pvt., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Sloane, Lewis G; b. 11-27-1891, d. 04-30-1961, h/o Essie Helen Sloane, Pvt., Co. “F” 56th Infantry WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Sloane, Lewis Gilbert; b. 06-23-1923, d. 11-01-1982, h/o Floye (Oree) Sloane, Coxswain, US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Smallen, James C; b. 09-19-1896, d. 02-15-1961, WW-1, MSGT., US Army (Henderson-Greene)

Smith, Alford; b. 08-06-1823, d. 12-10-1889, Gunner, Co. “I” 4th Al. Lt. Arty. Civil War Veteran, (Crossroads Methodist)

Smith, Alton Beamon; b. 02-15-1922, d. 03-01-1945, Pvt 24th Marines, 4th Marine division, WW-2, Killed in Action, Purple Heart (Magnolia Cemetery-Greene)

Smith, Amon K; b. 01-15-1930, d. 01-28-1952, Pvt., 31st Inf. 7th Inf. Div., Korea, he was hit by a motar shell during a battle near the vicinity of Chongjin Reservoir. “Killed in Action”, Purple Heart, (Macedonia)

Smith, Andrew; b. 07-22-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Smith, Benjamine F; b. 11-10-1891, d. 11-27-1956, Pvt., 1st Co. Prov Dep Battalion WW-1 (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Smith, Bernell B; b. 09-15-1917, d. 12-23-1981, Sgt US Marine Corps WW-2 (Magnolia 4-102-b)

Smith, Britton L; b. 09-18-1896, d. 10-29-1967, Pvt CAS Co. 17 Recuit Depot, WW-1, (Macedonia)

Smith, Bruce Carson; b. 1950, d. 07-21-2012, 62 years old, US Army, (Reeves-Smith Cem.) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Aug 21, 2012 Find A Grave Memorial # 95724143

Smith, Carvel E “Jack”; b. 04-21-1914, d. 10-17-1993, US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Smith, Cecil Jasper; b. 08-12-1899, d. _____; Pvt., US Army, WW-1 enlisted 10-11-1918, discharged 12-14-1918 S.T.A. C. (Student Army Training Corp.) he was a mechanic and when he enlisted was a student at Mississippi Normal college in Hattiesburg, Ms., Information from the Military discharge records in the George ounty Court House.

Smith, Charles Edward; b. 11-16-1931, d. 02-25-2011, 79 years old, h/o Patricia Ruth Smith, US Army, (Barton Baptist)

Smith, Charles Jefferson; b. 06-08-1914, d. 06-02-1992, h/o Evelyn Irene Smith, CMM US Coast Guard WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Smith, Charles Woodard; b. 01-14-1932, d. 09-3o-1987, h/o Sandra Marie (Brannan) Smith, US Air Force, 1727th Support Squadron. AFO 942nd (MAT’S) 4315th 1st Battalion Actf Mech. (SSgt., Korea, National Defense Medal, Good Conduct Medal, served 4 years active (Santee Cemetery-Jefferson Davids County, Ms.)

Smith, Claud Addie; b. ____, d. 05-13-1925, WW-1., Pvt. 113th Engineers, 38th division (Neely City Cemetery)

Smith, Clayton Henry “Plug” (Sr.); b. 08-14-1933, d. 05-22-2014, H/o Rita Mae (Sowell) Smith, US Army, Korea (Sweetwater-Greene)

Smith, Clinton D; b. 12-03-1893, d. 06-06-1962, h/o Jewell (Polk) Smith, Pfc, Medical department WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Smith, C.N.S; b. _______, d. _______, Enlisted in 1863, 13th Ms. Co. “L”, served under Col. Ashcraft - Capt. Hutton, he received a Confederate pension in George County. (Wounded in Action) Civil War Veteran (Cemetery was not named) at home wounded at time of surrender

Smith, Crawford J; b. 12-07-1893, d. 11-04-1977, US Army WW-1 (Palestine-Tanner Williams)

Smith, Dan D; b. 11-28-1925, d. 01-11-1945, Pvt., 309th Infantry, 78th Infantry division, WW-2 Killed in Action, Purple Heart, (Mutual Rights-Greene)

Smith, Daniel Wade; b. 08-09-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Smith, David; b. 08-20-1915, d. 03-24-1965, US Army WW-2 Co. “A” 24th Quartermaster Truck Regiment (Scranton cem. Jackson county) informayion by Pat Creel Kendrick

Smith, Dennis Jordan; b. 09-10-1944, d. 11-25-2013, h/o Marie Smith, US Army, Viet Nam, an avid fisherman, and football fanatic (Memorial service held at Heritage Funeral Home Chapel in Escatawpa, Ms.)

Smith, Earnest Gains; b. 03-02-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Smith, Ebb Beneezer; b. 07-26-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Smith, Elby William “Bill”; b. 11-10-1929, d. 05-29-2004, 74 years old, US Army, WW-2, Korea, (New Antioch)

Smith, Emmit; b. 10-16-1921, d. 07-23-1969, Cpl. US Army, WW-2 (Simpson-Greene)

Smith, Enoch Hunt; b. 04-18-1823, d. 11-10-1896, Pvt., Co. “I” 29th Ms. Inf. Civil War Veteran, (State Line)

Smith, Frederick W; b. 04-26-1935, d. 06-06-1972, son of Wade & Mabel Smith, and father of LaDeborah J. Jones, US Marine Corps. (Macedonia Cemetery)

Smith, G.A; b. 11-08-1896, d. 09-11-1960, US Navy (Sand Hill)

Smith, George Glen; b. 02-19-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Smith, George H; b. 08-29-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Smith, George W; b. 1847, d. 09-04-1916, Pvt. Co. “A” 9th Ms. Cav. Civil War Veteran, (Mutual Rights)

Smith, George W; b. 06-25-1842, d. 10-25-1916, Pvt. Co. “A” 9th Ms. Calvary, Section C-5 Civil War Veteran (Rocky Creek)

Smith, Heidle James; b. 09-19-1920, d. 10-04-1944, Military Veteran-Killed in Action, Purple Heart, (Clark Chapel Cemetery-Greene)

Smith, Henry; b. 07-04-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Smith, Ira Walter; b. 11-02-1916, d. 04-14-1968, Pvt. Co. “C” 218th Inf. Tng/Bn. WW-2 (Antioch Methodist)

Smith, Issac; b. 10-22-1841, d. 01-01-1918, Pvt., Co. “A” 2nd Ms. Inf. Civil War Veteran, (Henderson Cemetery-Piave, Ms.)

Smith, Jack; b. 09-05-1923, d. 12-14-1998, US Army WW-2 (New Providence)

Smith, James Penn; b. _______, d. _______, Pvt. US Army (Midway) Created by: Martha Record added: Feb 04, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial # 33540980

Smith, James Allen; b. 06-23-1934, d. 02-06-2001, US Army (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Smith, James Edward “Jimmy” (Sr.); b. 04-30-1928, d. 07-15-1985 h/o Margaret (Hill) Smith, US Marines WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Smith, John Andrew; b. 08-10-1893, d. 11-05-1970, US Navy WW-1 (Oak Grove)

Smith, John Andrew; b. 01-13-1847, d. 05-15-1910, Pvt., Co. “C” 9th Ms. Cav., Co. “D & E” 17th Ms. Cav. Civil War Veteran, (Mutual Rights)

Smith, John Leslie; b. 05-18-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Smith, John R; b. 05-13-1938, d. 06-04-1993, AN US Navy (Rhymes)

Smith, John S; b. 05-03-1822, d. 04-15-1865 Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf. Died in Service (04-15-1865), Civil War Veteran (Mutual Rights)

Smith, John W; b. 1870, d. 1951 (name taken from City Cemetery list of Veterans)

Smith, Joseph Cleo; b. 10-03-1928, d. 12-06-1958, A1C, 338th Tech. Tng. Gp. AF.“Miss” (Antioch Methodist)

Smith, Joshua; b. 10-06-1927, d. 04-01-2012, 84 years old, US Air Force, (Barton Baptist)

Smith, Lawrence Avry; b. 07-16-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Smith Lee Andrew; b. 06-06-1911, d. 09-10-1988, 77 years old, Retired Merchant Marine, (Barton)

Smith, Leslie Warren; b. 12-04-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Smith, Lonnie; b. 09-14-1895, d. 10-18-1957, Private, discharged 03-22-1919, (Machpelah Cem-Jackson cty (information from 1938 WPA records)

Smith, Martin; b. ____, d. 03-05-1934, WW-1, Pvt., 1st Alabama Infantry (McLeod-Magnolia) Yates, Ben; b. 02-24-1926, d. 10-28-2013, 87 years old, h/o Clara Jean Yates, US Army, Army, Vietnam, “Killed in Action” section D-6 (Rocky Creek) Purple Heart, He is listed on the Vietnam Memorial Wall on panel 10W, line 073

Smith, Matthew; b. 09-01-1906, d. 02-16-1989, S2class US Navy WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Smith, Mathew Lee; b. 04-15-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Smith, Nalty Henry (Jr.); b. 11-23-1950, d. 01-18-2014, US Marines Reserves from 1970-1976, (Shady Grove)

Smith, Ortis; b. 12-07-1919, d. 01-16-1959, Pfc., WW-2, 125th Port Co. Trans. Corp (Simpson-Greene)

Smith, Oscar; b. ___, d. ___, US Army WW-1 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Smith, Oscar Zellon; b. 09-23-1895, d. 07-19-1961, 65 years old, US Army, WW-1 (Magnolia 1-381)

Smith, Otis Leroy (Jr.); b. 10-14-1943, d. 10-27-1984, SA, US Navy (Rocky Creek)

Smith, Otis Leroy (Sr.); b. 04-07-1921, d. 01-__-1969, 47 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Joiner Cemetery-Tanner Williams)

Smith, Randolph; b. 04-16-1928, d. 01-11-1988, Cpl., US Army Korea (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Smith, Ransom D; b. 03-17-1845, d. 03-03-1929, Pvt., Co. “A” 9th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Mutual Rights)

Smith, Robert Lee; b. 09-08-1924, d. 04-28-1980, Cpl. US Army WW-2 (Oak Grove)

Smith, Robert Lloyd V; b. 12-29-1939, d. 02-21-1972, 33 years old, US Navy, (Magnolia)

Smith, Robert M.“Major”; b. 1919, d. 07-16-1942, son of Hardy Pinkney & Annie Marie (McInnis) Smith, Killed in Action, Purple Heart (military info not found to date (Leakesville Methodist Church Cemetery)

Smith, Robert McVay; b. 10-01-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Smith, Roscoe; b. 01-27-1920, d. 03-08-1998, Pfc US Army WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Smith, Roy; b. _______, d. _______, Sargeant, Co. “D” First Mississippi Volunteers (Spanish American War) information from 1938 Mississippi WPA records

Smith, Roy L; b. 01-01-1941, d. 08-27-1984, SP5, US Army, Vietnam, (Barton)

Smith, Rupert Allen; b. 12-11-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Smith, Samuel I; b. 03-15-1909, d. 06-28-1995, CM1, US Navy WW-2 (Magnolia 2-291)

Smith, Sherrod V; b. 03-04-1843, d. 09-21-1872, Pvt., Co. “I” 36th Al Inf., Civil War Veteran, Prisoner of War Camp Chase, Ohio, (Henderson-Piave)

Smith, Samuel Jones; b. 11-23-1817, d. 09-06-1911, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Mutual Rights)

Smith, Shelby Lawrence (Jr.); b. 06-11-1937, d. 10-16-2012, 75 years old, h/o Sophia Violeta Smith, US Army (Magnolia) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Dec 26, 2012 Find A Grave Memorial # 102656070

Smith, Stanley E; b. 07-10-1913, d. 11-01-1969, Sgt US Army WW-2 (Mutual Rights)

Smith, Stanley Thomas; b. 10-12-1894, d. _______, Casual Company 17 recruit depot, discharged 12-07-1918, (information from 1938 WPA records)

Smith, Thomas A; b. 07-09-1921, d. 02-14-1993, MM2 US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Smith, Tommy L; b. 12-07-1950, d. 11-30-1994, Sgt. US Army Vietnam, (Finch – Harmon Pope Rd.)

Smith, Walter; b. 12-04-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Smith, Walter Sewell; b. 04-01-1881, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Smith, Warren Edwin; b. 03-21-1893, d. 04-13-1973, 80 years old, US Army, WW-1, (Neely Cemetery Greene Cty. Ms.)

Smith, W.H; (this name was taken from the City Cemetery list of Veterans) (Magnolia)

Smith, Wilber, Ley; b. 08-27-1910, d. 08-31-1978, h/o Sybil Ellen (Rowan) Smith, SF3 US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Smith, William Alfred; b. 06-27-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Smith, William E; b. 02-24-1923, d. 10-08-1995, US Navy WW-2 (Union Cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Smith, William Frank; b. 11-20-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Smith, William J; b. 06-24-1926, d. 02-12-1989, US Navy & Cpl. US Army, WW-2 & Korea, (Macedonia)

Smith, William Joseph; b. 02-09-1875, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Smith, William M; b. _______, d. 08-11-1944, Killed in Action Ww-2 Pfc., 112th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division, buried in Brittany American Cemetery, St. James (Manche) France, plot P, row 5, Grave #5, Purple Heart Created by: CWGC/ABMC Record added: Aug 07, 2010 Find A Grave Memorial# 56351450

Smith, William Martin; b. 12-26-1824, d. 1902, Civil War Veteran (Zion-Jackson)

Smith, Willie Benjamin; b. 11-27-1929, d. 05-30-1979, 49 years old, US Army, Korea, (Magnolia 4-60-a)

Smith, Willie Guice “Buddy” (Jr.); b. 09-10-1935, d. 09-22-1992, h/o Carolyn (Farragut) Smith, Sgt. US Army Korea (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Smith, Willie Guice (Sr.); b. 05-15-1892, d. 10-20-1976, PVT US Army WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Smith, Willie Marvin; b. 01-06-1928, d. 02-03-2006, US Army, (Lily Grove)

Smith, W. J; b. 01-06-1844, d. 09-12-1907, Pvt., Co. “A”, 9th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran- (State Line-State Line)

Smith, Wyatt C; b. 06-10-1920, d. 08-08-1973, Pvt US Army (Mutual Rights-Greene)

Snelgrove, Ernest Alfred; b. 04-16-1927, d. 07-26-2008, 82 years old, h/o Clara (Rouse) Snelgrove, US Army, WW-2, (Calvary Baptist Cemetery)

Solomon, Albert Clifton; b. 08-24-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Solomon, Clarence; b. 07-10-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Soloman, Henry Keyes; b. 08-03-1925, d. 10-06-1995, GM3, US Navy WW-2 (Magnolia 5-21-c)

Soloman, Henry Lb. _____, d., _____; enlisted 05-07-1917 US Army, discharged 04-09-1919, WW-1, Co. “E” 5th Infantry, svc. # 1608375, Information from Military discharge records in George County court House, no cem named)

Soloman, Manuel Dorsett “M.D.” (Sr.); b. 08-07-1902, d. 06-19-1977, 75 years old, US Navy, WW-1 (Magnolia 2-255)

Solomon, Henry Lewis (Sr.); b. _______, d. _______, Enlisted in 1861, 9th Al. Co. “G”, His officer was General Robert E. Lee, he received a Confederate pension in George county. Civil War Veteran (Cemetery was not named)

Solomon, Henry Lester (Jr.); Seaman 2nd class, US Navy, was discharged from US Navy Hospital in Chelsea, Mass due to Physical Disability, discharged 01-21-1922, information from Military discharge records in the George County Court House,.

Solomon, Manuel Dorsett (Jr.); b. 07-30-1927, d. 03-15-1993, S1C, US Navy WW-2 (Magnolia 5-27-a)

Solomon, Ruble Jackson; b. 04-17-1913, d. 08-22-1944, CM3, US Navy Reserve WW-2, Died non-battle causes, (Magnolia 1-392)

Solomon, W.C; b. _______, d. _______, (name taken from City cemetery List of Veterans) (Magnolia) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Jun 27, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 112964647

Sossaman, William Harmon “Bud”; b. 12-08-1929, d. 09-13-1994, PFC. US Army, Korea, (Hillcrest)

Sowell, Arthur L. “Teeny”; b. 03-11-1921, d. 12-30-2007, h/o Rachel N. Sowell, US Army, WW-2 (New Providence-Greene County)

Sowell, Houston V; b. 11-12-1919, d. 07-31-1994, US Navy, WW-2 (Oak Grove)

Sowell, James Monroe; b. 06-08-1829, d. 06-26-1911, Pvt. Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran (Sowell Family Cemetery-Greene)

Spaniol, Louis Henry; b. 09-28-1922, d. 11-05-2000, US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Spaulding, Horace James; b. 12-20-1929, d. 03-27-2012, 80 years old, h/o Bonnie Spaulding, US Army, Corporal, Korea, (Serenity Gardens-Mobile Al.)

Speer, William H; b. 1888, d. 01-19-1941, Pvt.1st Class, US Marine Corps. “Georgia” (Magnolia 2-298)

Spencer, C; b. ___, d. ___, 3rd Sgt., name from Green county Herald dated 06-12-1925 listing members of 24th Mississippi Infantry Civil War Veteran (no other information given)

Spencer, Charles E; b. 09-16-1898, d. 12-22-1964, Cpl., US Army 67th Infantry Rainbow Division, WW-1 Purple Heart, Oak Leaf with Cluster, (Pinecrest-Mobile)

Spicer, Charles E; b. 09-27-1937, d. 12-26-1958, ADJ3 US Navy (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Spiceland, Evans Copeland; b. 10-15-1915, d. 05-26-2002, (name taken from City Cemetery list of Veterans) (Magnolia)

Spicer, Harold; b. ___, d. ___, US Army, WW-2 (cemetery not named) information by Wanda George County Middle School teacher)

Spikes, Daniel; b. _______, d. _______, Enlisted in 1861, 3rd Ms. Served under Captain’s H. Green & John Saucier. Enlisted April 1861 and served 5 years being discharged at Vicksburg, Ms., He received a Confederate pension in George County. Civil War Veteran (Cemetery was not named)

Spiriti, Vincent P; b. 01-03-1918, d. 05-24-2005, Cpl. US Marines WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Spivery, Carl Douglas; b. 07-27-1922, d. 11-__-1978, PFC., US Army, WW-2, (Mount Olive #1 Cem)

Spivery, Isiah, b. 07-27-1947, d. 02-07-1992, PFC, US Marine Corps Vietnam, Wounded in Action, Purple Heart, (Mount Olive #2 Cem.)

Spooner, Charley; b. 05-26-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Spooner, Eddie Ray; b. 02-13-1933, d. 07-16-2002, SP4, US Army (Palestine-Tanner Williams)

Spooner, Elbert; b. 02-05-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Spooner, Webster; b. 02-12-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Stalls, Ed; b. 09-24-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Stallworth, Carey L; b. 10-12-1894, d. 10-01-1973, S2class US Navy WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Stanford, Gerald A; b. 04-06-1926, d. 06-24-2004, 78 years old, h/o Dorothy Stanford, US Navy, WW-2 (Winborn Chapel- Greene County, Mississippi)

Stanford, Paul Clyde; b. 11-04-1927, d. 04-23-2014, 86 years old, h/o Alpha (Turner) Stanford-married for 61 years, US Army WW-2 & US Air Force Korea, received the Army of Occupation (Japan) Ribbon, The Korean Service Medal, The Distinguished Unit Citation with Five Battle Stars, and a Good Conduct Medal (Unity Baptist Church Cemetery-Greene County)

Stanley, John B; b. 1933, d. 01-20-2012, 79 years old, h/o Myrna Stanley, US Army, Korea, (Benndale Church of God Cemetery) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Feb 23, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 105720371

Stauter, Claude; b. 03-22-1920, d. 04-29-1986, h/o Margie Kate (Monk) Stauter, Cpl. US Marines WW-2, (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Stauter, John F; b. 05-30-1895, d. 04-18-1959, h/o Flora Louise Stauter, Pvt., Co. “L” 149th Infantry (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Stauter, Louis A; b. 01-06-1914, d. 06-02-1985, US Army WW-2 (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Steadman, Ernest T; b. 02-14-1915, d. 07-08-1987, Pvt. US Army WW-2 (Westerfield)

Steede, “Col.”, Abner Clayton; b. 04-15-1828, d. 10-17-1901, h/o Marriet (Rounsaville) Steede, Col. in the C.S.A (Civil War Veteran) (Steede Cemetery-Jackson County, Mississippi)

Steede, Abner Tolar “Junior” (Jr.); b. 09-02-1925, d. 09-15-2001, 76 years old, h/o Lenora Steede, US Marine Corps, WW-2 (Carter)

Steede, Abner Tolar; b. 10-21-1894, d. 01-01-1987, 92 years old, WW-1 Veteran (Carter)

Steede, Ollie Clarence; b. 12-29-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Steede, Willie Edward (Jr.); b. 04-20-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Steede, Shelton Edward; b. 03-08-1919, d. 11-18-1993, he was recognized as a Veteran at Memorial Day Service at Carter cemetery 05-26-2014 (no military info available (Magnolia Cemetery-George County)

Steele, Marvin E. (Jr.); b. 07-19-1947, d. 11-24-1989, US Air Force Vietnam (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Steele, Thomas C; b. 04-22-1874, d. 12-27-1949, Pvt., 2nd Alabama Infantry Spanish American War (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Steele, Willie; b. 08-17-1881, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Stegall, B.W; b. 1895, d. 10-14-1964, 69 years old, WW-1 Veteran (Mt. Olive cemetery-Morton, Ms.)

Stephens, Robert; b. 07-29-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Stevens, Charles Henry “T.D.”; b. 07-09-1932, d. 5-20-2010, 77 years old, US Army, Korean War Veteran, h/o Ethel (Rouse) Stevens (Northside Baptist)

Stevens, James; b. 08-31-1928, d. 02-02-1995, Pvt. US Army, (Northside Baptist)

Stevens, J.B; b. 1846, d. 1910, Co. “G” Forrest’s 8th Ms. Calvary, Civil War Veteran, enlisted Okalona, Ms., information by Lisa McKinney, (Magnolia Cemetery-Mobile, Al.,)

Stevens, Jeff; b. 05-16-1890, d. 01-27-1970, 79 years old, US Army, WW-1 Miss Pvt. Co. “F” 103rd Infantry, (Salem Methodist Cemetery-Wayne County, Ms.)

Stevens, Sim; b. 02-22-1895, d. 07-30-1985, Pvt. US Army, WW-1 (Rocky Creek)

Stevens, William Henry; b. 06-27-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Stevenson, Oscar E “Chopper”; b. 03-27-1926, d. 12-03-1995, US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Steverson, Daniel M; b. 06-08-1898, d. 05-15-1967, Pvt., WPNS. Troop 5, Calvary WW-2 (McLain Cemetery-Greene)

Stevison, Robert Lee; b. 03-10-1926, d. 12-30-2005, 79 years old, US Navy, WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Stewart, Jessie L; b. 08-12-1912, d. 10-26-1973 Cpl US Army WW-2 (Benson cem. Jones county) information by Cleveland Sowell

Stewart, Leon L; b. 03-05-1919, d. 04-24-1978, US Army, PFC. 3135th Quartermaster Service Company, Northern France-Good Conduct Medal, WW-2 Victory Medal, European-Middle Eastern Service Ribbon, American Theater Service Ribbon (Mt. Pleasent #2) Cemetery)

Stiglets, Joseph Anthony; b. 05-11-1914, d. 05-19-1982, h/o Anita (Walker) Stiglets, Cpl. US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Stiles, Edward Howard; b. 07-06-1843, d. 01-09-1892, Pvt., Co. “K” 12th Ms. Infantry Civil War Veteran (Greenwood-Jackson)

Stinson, Thomas Jefferson; b. 01-18-1911, d. 02-17-1983, Pvt. US Army, WW-2, (Macedonia)

Stinson, William L; b. 08-18-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Stokes, Daniel R; b. 1845, d. 05-__-1864, Killed in Action, Civil War Veteran (information from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 listing 24th Ms. Infantry)

Stokes, David Sylvabus; b. 02-12-1845, d. 04-17-1930,Co. “D”, 24th Alabama Infantry, (Union Cem. Moss Point) Civil War Veteran information by Julius Redmond

Stokes, Owen; b. 09-02-1930, d. 07-19-2003, Cpl., US Army (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Stokes, Robert Sidney “Bob”; b. 1925, d. 02-21-2012, 87 years old, h/o Mary Stokes, US Army, WW-2, (Magnolia Cemetery) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: May 19, 2012 Find A Grave Memorial# 90415823

Stokes, Will; b. 1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Stone, Jessie; b. 09-14-1923, d. 12-26-1993, SC1 US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Stone, William James II; b. 09-03-1931, d. 01-09-2002, 70 years old, US Air Force, Korea, (cemetery was not named in newspaper)

Stonecypher, Albert Earl; b. 09-25-1918, d. 05-15-1995, 76 years old, US Coast Guard, WW-2 (Howell)

Stonecypher, Roy Wilmer; b. 06-25-1915, d. 12-25-1981, 65 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Howell)

Stowe, Noel Read (Jr.); b. 02-03-1938, d. 03-01-2015, 77 years old, h/o Becky (Lumpkin) Stowe, Read is the only non veteran in my book, he was on the board of directors for many Archaeological Committee’s, Read along with his wife Becky have located and identified many graveyards as well as individual graves for relocation to other sites. There is no doubt that many of the graves that were moved because of their research were actually those of Veterans. (Wilmer City Cemetery)

Stradtner, Charles Edward; b. 06-21-1929, d. 12-25-2010, 81 years old, h/o Mary E. Stradtner, US Army & US Air Force-retired- (Jackson County Memorial Cemetery)

Strahan, Joel Edward “Joe”; b. 04-04-1947, d. 12-14-2012, US Army 82nd Airborne (Shady Grove)

Strahan, Larry Alton “Wolfman”; b. 11-23-1940, d. 06-25-2004, 63 years old, h/o Sonya Strahan, US Marine Corps (Northside Baptist)

Strahan, Wiley C; b. 02-23-1923, d. 09-27-2014, h/o Vivian (Breland) Strahan, US Army WW-2 & Aircraft foreman at Brookley Field (Shady Grove)

Strand, Alfred Ross; b. 02-11-1949, d. 08-10-2007, 58 years old, US Navy, Vietnam, (New Life – Leaf)

Street, Enoch; b. 05-07-1874, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Street, John Robert; b. 05-11-1990, d. 12-16-2014, 24 years old, h/o Donielle (Trees) Street, father of Michael Andrew and Logan James Street, US Marine Corps veteran and was full time City Policeman and part time Deputy Sherrif, killed while responding to a vehicle wreck on highway 57 in a tragic wreck. (Floral Hills Cemetery-Gulfport)

Street, Willie; b. 07-13-1909, d. 05-16-1963, Cpl. 3543rd Base Unit, Army Air Force, WW-2 (Mt. Pleasant – Basin)

Strickland, Chester C; b. 09-10-1896, d. 12-21-1958, discharged because of deformed left ankle (Macedonia) (information from 1938 WPA records)

Strickland, Coy; b. 10-23-1914, d. 05-23-1964, WW-2, US military veteran – information not available (Johnson Creek Cemetery)

Strickland, Rayon Herold “Buck”; b. 05-14-1927, d. 08-12-1987, 60 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Rocky Creek)

Strickland, Rodney V; b. 04-10-1928 d. 10-05-2008, 80 years old, CPO, US Navy, (Magnolia)

Strickland, Victor; b. 07-22-1920, d. 06-12-2014, 93 years old, h/o Alice (Gipson) Strickland-married 70 years- Merchant Marines for 45 years sailing the seas the majority of the time with Lykes Lines. He took cooking classes and worked in the galley eventually making the rank of Chief Steward. He died in College Station, Texas (cemetery not named)

Stringer, Bennie DeVaughn; b. 10-03-1948, d. 09-03-2013, 64 years old, h/o Loretta Faye Stringer, US Marine Corps. Viet Nam (New Hope Cemetery)

Stringer, Dannie Lee; b. 01-13-1929, d. 03-15-1992, FN US Navy, (Union)

Stringer, Harlen Gayle; b. 09-20-1948, d. 11-21-2008, 60 years old, US Navy, Vietnam, (Union)

Stringer, Harold Dees; b. 08-03-1922, d. 03-01-1989, BM2, US Navy, WW-2 (New Antioch)

Stringer, Johnnie E; b. 06-27-1928, d. 04-05-1985, SN, US Navy, WW-2, Korea (Magnolia 5-10-b)

Stringer, Johnnie Louie; b. 10-12-1920, d. 12-08-1999, Tec5 US Army WW-2 (Union)

Stringer, Louis Dee; b. 09-01-1935, d. 09-21-2014, h/0 Carolyn (Goff) Stringer, US Navy Veteran (Rocky Creek)

Stringer, Otis Arthur; b. 11-03-1889, d. 01-28-1976, S2C, US Navy, WW-1, (Magnolia 4-43-b)

Stringer, Randolph C. (Jr.); b. 12-18-1916, d. 10-25-1985, 68 years old, US Marine Corps, 21 years of service, “Survivor of Iwo Jima” (LebanonCemetery-Covington County, Mississippi)

Stringfellow, Carney Otis; b. 09-04-1894, d. 06-09-1950, 55 years old, US Navy, WW-1 (Holmes)

Stringfellow, Charlie James; b. 02-08-1921, d. 03-31-1994, 73 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Holmes)

Stringfellow, Eddie Goode; b. 03-25-1893, d. 11-17-1967, Cpl., Co. “E” 18th Inf., WW-1 (Holmes)

Stringfellow, Ernest Wesley, “E.W.”; b. 03-02-1942, d. 06-30-2005, h/o Tonia Stringfellow, US Army, (Tanner Cemetery)

Stringfellow, Floyd A; b. about 1915, d. 06-02-2001, US Army PFC., WW-2, Co. “C” 9th Battalion Armored Replacement Traning Center (Tanner’s Cemetery-Jackson, Cty.)

Stringfellow, Harold Mallory; b. 11-03-1927, d. 02-28-2007, 79 years old, h/o Bonnie L. Stringfellow, US Army, (Rocky Creek)

Stringfellow, Herman E; b. 01-22-1915, d. 05-19-1971, Tec4 US Army, WW-2 (Holmes)

Stringfellow, Hubert Henry; b. 08-17-1918, d. 07-23-2002, 83 years old, h/o Annette (Reeves) Stringfellow, US Army, WW-2 (Magnolia 4-19-d)

Stringfellow, Ira Ford; b. 06-05-1921, d. 01-09-1999, 77 years old, h/o Ester Stringfellow, US Army, 355th Inf. Co. “E”, (Tanner)

Stringfellow, James E; b. 09-26-1928, d. 12-04-2005, EFNF US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Stringfellow, Jesse C; b. 11-02-1891, d. 10-25-1955, Cpl., Co. “M” 7th Infantry WW-2 (Machpelha cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Stringfellow, Kirby; b. 09-10-1912, d. 05-25-1959, T. Sgt. 247th Base Unit., Army Air Force, WW-2 “Mississippi” (Rocky Creek)

Stringfellow, Leroy D; b. 06-30-1890, d. 12-18-1967, WT, US Navy WW-1, (Holmes)

Stringfellow, Luther Ernest; b. 12-21-1881, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Stringfellow, Nolan; b. 07-01-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Stringfellow, Robert Cody; b. 01-03-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Stringfellow, Tolie Evans; b. 09-10-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Stringfellow, William Arnold; b. 05-08-1927, d. 05-04-1999, Col. US Air Force Korea, Ohio (A.N.G.) Air National Guard (Macedonia)

Strong, Fate; b. 07-05-1901, d. 12-13-1974, M/Sgt. US Air Force (Pine Grove Methodist Cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Stroughts, Willie; b. 07-18-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Stuart, Robert B; b. 01-29-1919, d. 02-10-1983, Sgt. US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Sullivan, Alexander Oree; b. 11-30-1925, d. 09-10-2007, US Merchant Marines WW-2 (Southside Baptist)

Sullivan, Barney Joseph; b. 07-12-1932, d. 02-25-1999, US Army (Crossroads Methodist)

Sullivan, Billy Mack; b. 09-30-1939, d. 03-19-2003, h/o Barbara (Lee) Sullivan, GM3 US Navy (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Sullivan, Floyd Ames; b. 06-08-1928, d. 05-24-1961, Captain 720th AG&W Squadron Battalion WW-2 (Magnolia-Greene)

Summerall, E; enlisted 1862, (Jackson County District 1, filed for pension 1907) Civil War Veteran

Summerour, Agustus Rogers; b. 03-24-1907, d. 12-17-1982, Purple Heart, US Navy, WW-2 (Magnolia)

Summerour, Kenneth H; b. 05-03-1920, d. 07-07-1996, Sgt US Army Air Corps WW-2, (Magnolia 5-29-b

Summerour, Milton Harrison; b. 03-13-1899, d. 03-18-1981, 82 years old, WW-1 & WW-2 Veteran (Woodlawn Cem. Jonesboro, Ark.)

Summers, William Kermig (Sr.); b. 06-15-1934, d. 07-05-2015, 81 years old, h/o Mary Alice (Smith) Summers, US Army-Korea (Memorial service only)

Sumrall, Bobby; b. 10-19-1941, d. 01-17-1972, SP4, US Army “Mississippi”, (Magnolia)

Sumrall, Jubal Eugene; b. 1958, d. 01-30-2010, 52 years old, US Navy, (Pinewood Cemetery, Benndale) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Feb 20, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 105585869

Sumrall, Mason Grantham; b. 12-04-1936, d. 06-27-2004, h/o Sandra (Sanders) Sumrall, 2nd Lt, US Army (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Surratt, Ralph Lawrence (Sr.); b. 01-27-1920, d. 12-23-2008, US Air Force, (Barton)

Suthoff, Norville T; b. 09-07-1868, d. 02-25-1920, Sgt., 558th Quartermaster Railhead Co. WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Swanner, William C; b. 09-11-1918, d. 03-29-2000, Pfc., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Sward, Anthony C; b. 08-13-1924, d. 12-25-1991, h/o Vera (Celestes) Sward, BM2 US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Sweeney, Albert A; b. 10-22-1920, d. 11-17-2005, US Army, WW-2 (Sunset Gardens-Jones County)

Swenson, Amos Goodman “Bo”; b. 04-17-1914, d. 11-09-1954, Sgt. Quartermaster Corp. WW-2, (Barton)

Swinsom, Goodman; b. 1870, d. 1945, h/o Mary Ellen (Condom) Swinsom, WW-1 Merchant Marines (Taylor)

Swinson, Lula; b. 07-31-1903, d. 01-01-1998, Capt., US Army, WW-2, (Magnolia)

Sykes, Sidney “Sid”; b. 04-30-1933, d. 05-28-2011, 78 years old, h/o Norma Grace (Cook) Sykes, US Army, (New Hope)

Sykes, Thomas Jefferson; b. 08-30-1950, d. 11-11-2010, 60 years old, US Marine Corps., Vietnam, (Rocky Creek)

Sykes, William Patton; b. ___, d. ___, Forrest’s Co. “C” 8th Ms. Calvary, Civil War Veteran, information by Lisa McKinney, (Pine Crest Cemetery-Mobile)

Sylvester, John Quincy; b. 02-04-1849, d. 03-08-1933, Pvt., Co. “C” Steede’s Ms. Cav, Civil War Veteran, (Sylvester Family-McLain)

Taggert, George W; b. 08-14-1842, d. 03-26-1927, Pvt., Co. “E” 3rd Ms. Infantry Civil War Veteran (Greenwood-Jackson)

Tait, Robert Lansing; b. 10-19-1918, d. 04-02-1977, CSK US Navy WW-2 (Sweetwater)

Taite, Bily Edward; b. 06-05-1949, d. 06-04-1990, SP4 US Army (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Talbert, James; b. 08-08-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Talbert, Ermon; b. 07-25-1925, d. 06-18-2014, US Navy, WW-2 (Mt. Olive Church Cemetery #2-George County)

Talbert, Willie; b. 06-16-1918, d. 06-11-1981, 62 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Mt. Olive #2)

Tanner, Adalph McCay (Adolph McKay); b. 07-30-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Tanner, Berlin Gaines; b. 04-21-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Tanner, Bliss Brooks; b. 08-18-1881, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Tanner, Bule; b. 1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Tanner, Carlie Franklin; b. 02-06-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Tanner, Clarence Wesley; b. 11-03-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Tanner, David Talmage; b. 03-30-1894, d. 02-08-1977, 83 years old, WW-1 Veteran, (Tanner’s)

Tanner, Dewey; Pvt., WW-1 served in 1318th Service Unit, Quartermaster Corp., born in Movella, Ms., served 6 months 18 days, discharged to accept job in an essential war industry. (___________)

Tanner, Elmer C; b. 12-22-1919, d. 06-14-1977, funeral held 06-16-1977, 57 years old, US Navy, WW-2 (Movella Baptist)

Tanner, Elwood Eugene “Pete”; b. 07-23-1935, d. 02-13-2004, 68 years old, h/o Gladys (Crowson) Tanner, US Marine Corps (Howell)

Tanner, Eugene Webster; b. 05-25-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Tanner, Grover Cleveland; b. 02-15-1894, d. 09-13-1968, 74 years old, WW-1 Veteran, served overseas from 09-01-1918 to 01-16-1919, (Movella Baptist)

Tanner, Harold Dean; b. 05-20-1933, d. 09-29-2001, Pfc., US Army, Korea, (Magnolia 6-45-a-3)

Tanner, Henry Ford; b. 04-07-1922, d. 12-03-1988, Pvt., US Army, WW-2, (Howell Baptist)

Tanner, Hobson; b. 09-13-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Tanner, Homer Denson; b. 04-20-1922, d. 10-19-1986, Pfc., US Army, WW-2, (Movella Baptist)

Tanner, Howard (Sr.); b. 09-04-1929, d. 10-30-1980, US Navy, Korea, Vietnam, (Magnolia)

Tanner, James Dewey; b. 04-19-1901, d. 09-14-1980, 79 years old, WW-2 Veteran (Tanner’s Chapel-Jackson County, Ms.)

Tanner, John Dawson (Sr.); b. 02-19-1924, d. 09-18-2009, 85 years old, h/o Lillie Mae Tanner, US Navy, WW-2 (Howell)

Tanner, John M; b. 10-28-1820, d. 10-28-1878, Pvt., Co. “A” 9th Ms. Calvary Steede’s Battalion Civil War Veteran (Tanners-Jackson)

Tanner, Lemmie; b. 02-09-1896, d. 05-01-1945, h/o Caroline Tanner, WW-1 Veteran (Tanner Cemetery-Jackson County)

Tanner, Leonard Tommy; b. 02-07-1920, d. 02-07-1992, MOMM2, US Navy, Vietnam, (Magnolia 4-87-d)

Tanner, LeRoy; b. 09-16-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Tanner, Lemmie; b. 11-04-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Tanner, Lorenzo Prentis; b. 06-__-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Tanner, Marion Ford; b. 02-17-1928, d. 12-13-2011, Tech 5 US Army WW-2 (Movella Missionary Baptist Cemetery)

Tanner, Marshall Jerome; b. 06-30-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Tanner, Porter R; b. 11-15-1896, d. 12-29-1967, #1558190, Private Co. “A” 138th Machine Gun Bn. Discharged 12-28-1933, funeral 12-31-1967, 74 years old, US Army, WW-1, (Movella Baptist)

Tanner, Raymon (Sr.); b. 06-17-1935, d. 08-24-1977, US Navy, Korea, (Magnolia 4-98-a)

Tanner, Raymond Harrison; b. 06-25-1922, d. 06-29-1968, 46 years old, US Navy, WW-2, (Movella Baptist)

Tanner, Roy; b. 08-02-1892, d. 09-21-1951, 59 years old, WW-1 Veteran, (Tanner’s Chapel-Jackson County, Ms.)

Tanner, Russey Dean; b. 07-22-1947, d. 11-29-1968, SP5, US Army, Vietnam, (Movella Baptist)

Tanner, Sarden; b. 10-12-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Tanner, Sherman; b. 12-13-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Tanner, Talmage; b. _____, d. _____; svc # 3275168, US Army, Pvt., WW-1 137th Infantry enlisted 06-26-19

Tanner, Thomas; b. 03-14-1829, d. 06-23-1889, enlisted 02-10-1863, discharged 05-04-1865, Pvt. Co. “A” 17th Battalion Ms. Calvary Civil War Veteran (Tanners-Jackson County)

Tanner, Troy; b. 11-02-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Tanner, Vaudie Monroe; b. 05-21-1903, d. 02-09-1969, 55 years old, Miss. Pvt. CAS Det. Sta. Com, WW-2 Veteran (Tanner’s Cemetery)

Tanner, Walter Denny; b. 03-04-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Tanner, Willis Valentine; b. 12-21-1874, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Tanner, Winfred L; b. _______, d. 06-16-1945, S2 class Killed in Action, Purple Heart, WW-2, Listed on the Tablets of the Missing in Honolulu, Hawaii Created by: CWGC/ABMC Record added: Aug 06, 2010  Find A Grave Memorial# 56133220

Tanner, Worthy Albert; b. 04-15-1890, d. 01-13-1974, WW-1 Veteran, (Movella Baptist Cemetery)

Tapscott, Thomas Chiche; b. 03-04-1926, d. 04-27-1998, h/o Mary Frances (Beech) Tapscott, US Navy, PTR3rd class (Rocky Creek)

Tatum, Israel; b. 05-16-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Taylor, Alexander; b. 03-30-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Taylor, Ben; b. 1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Taylor, Bennie; b. 01-20-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Taylor, Bishop; b. 12-14-1874, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Taylor, Charles W; b. 10-04-1885, d. 02-22-1948, h/o Ruby (Thomas) Taylor, WW-1 Veteran, (Magnolia 2-115)

Taylor, Clyde Adrian; b. 01-08-1926, d. 06-17-2007, (funeral was held 06-20-2007) 81 years old, h/o Hazel (Buckhalter) Taylor, United States Military Veteran, (New Hope)

Taylor, Dewey Yelberto; b. 06-15-1920, d. 05-12-1987, US Navy, WW-2 (Serene Memorial Gardens-Jackson County)

Taylor, Edward M; b. 08-16-1837, d. 09-13-1914, Pvt., Co. “C” 3rd Al. Calvary Civil War Veteran (Mt. Pleasant-Jackson)

Taylor, Elisha Eldridge; b. 07-03-1874, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Taylor, George Frederick: b. 08-31-1896, d. 01-09-1991, Pvt., US Army WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson County) information by Robert Reeves

Taylor, James Alfred “Dick”; b. 04-05-1923 d. 09-28-2006, 83 years old, h/o Audrey Nell Taylor, US Navy, (Magnolia 4-1-b)

Taylor, John Wisdom; b. 08-27-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Taylor, Joseph; b. 03-24-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Taylor, J.R; b. 11-06-1830, d. 04-11-1926, Pvt., Co. “C” 7th Alabama Infantry Civil War Veteran, (Taylor Family-Vancleave-Jackson)

Taylor, Marvell; b. 03-19-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Taylor, Marvin M; b. 04-26-1912, d. 05-17-1966, PC3, US Navy, WW-2, Korea, (Magnolia 2-34)

Taylor, Melton; b. 06-29-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Taylor, Murdock; b. 04-25-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Taylor, Nathaniel (Sr.); b. 08-10-1922, d. 08-11-2001, Pvt., US Army WW-2 (New Providence Cemetery)

Taylor, Robert Lee; b. 01-09-1913, d. 03-20-1981, Pvt., US Army, WW-2, (Antioch)

Taylor, Rolland John “Ronnie”; b. 11-13-1938, d. 04-09-2015, 76 years old, h/o Jeanell C. Taylor, US Air Force, (Shady Grove Cemetery)

Taylor, Stephen; 43rd Alabama, Surrendered at Appomatox Court House, (Jackson Count District 3, filed for pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran

Taylor, Walter; b.08-27-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Taylor, Walter Gordon; b. 06-05-1897, d. 02-26-1980, Sgt., US Army, WW-1, WW-2, (Merrill)

Taylor, William Ledger; b. _______, d. 02-06-1865, enlisted in 1861, died in prison at Camp Chase, Ohio, buried in Camp Chase Prison Cemetery, Row 27 no. 17 grave #1,064 (this information from 1938 WPA records) Prisoner of War, Civil War Veteran

Taylor, William Pinkney; b. 1835, d. 1913, 1st Sgt., Co. “H”, 17th Regt., Miss. Inf., section C-8 Civil War Veteran, (Rocky Creek)

Taylor, William Ransom; b. 07-12-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Telle, Carl Ronald; b. 03-21-1925, d. 08-08-1948, 2nd Lt., 328th AAF Base Unit WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Temple, James Woodrow; b. 05-27-1917, d. 01-20-1957, 39 years old, WW-2 (Magnolia 3-175)

Temple, John R; b. 06-17-1920, d. 03-02-1973, Pvt., US Army Korea (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Terreson, James Henry; b. 01-16-1897, d. 01-22-1977, h/o Ethel (Ferrer) Terreson, PHM2 US Navy WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Tew, Edgar (Jr.); b. 02-16-1924, d. 11-17-2003, Cpl., US Army, WW-2, (Magnolia 6-65-d-2)

Tew, Edward Wayne; b. 10-20-1936, d. 03-11-2007, US Army (Machpelha cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Tew, James B; b. 10-30-1932, d. 09-11-1987, US Navy Korea (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Tew, Walter Henry (Jr.); b. 07-18-1931, d. 05-20-2002, US Navy Korea (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) informationby Robert Reeves

Thom, Lloyd, Benedict; b. 1906, d. 1977, CM1 US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Thomas, Albert; b. 06-01-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Thomas, Henry; b. 02-11-1913, d. 01-17-1969, Pvt Co. “G” 92nd Engineers GS Regiment WW-2 (Benson cem. Jones county) information by Cleveland Sowell

Thomas James W; b. 1837, d. ___, Civil War Veteran, 3rd Mississippi Infantry, (Martin’s Bluff Cem. Jackson county) Information by Dorothy Hastings Booth

Thomas, Ranmon G; b. 11-19-1895, d. _____; Pvt., US Army, WW-1 enlisted 05-09-1918, svc. # 2865010, Engineers Ward 537th G. Engrs. Information taken from Military discharge record located in George County Court House

Thomas, Thomas; b. 1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Thomas, Tyra; b. 06-09-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Thomas, William E; b. 10-06-1841, d. 10-19-1883, Captain, Co. “D” 3rd Ms. Inf. Civil War Veteran, (Thomas Family Cemetery-Leakesville)

Thomas, William Howard; b. 01-06-1929, d. 12-17-1992, Pfc., US Army, WW-2, (Finch-Harmon Pope Rd.)

Thomley, Joseph Walter; b. 07-03-1923, d. 08-29-1970, Coxswain (a person who is in charge of and usually steers a boat), US Navy, WW-2 (Rocky Creek)

Thomley, Talmedge Jasper; b. 08-31-1927, d. 11-18-2012, 85 years old, h/o Marie Thomley, US Army & US Air Force Korean War 1945-1952, (Rocky Creek)

Thompson, Albert E; b. 10-23-1917, d. 02-08-1984, US Army WW-2 (Ellisville city cem. New Section, Jones county) information by Cleveland Sowell

Thompson, Cecil Harris; b. 12-26-1894, d. 08-08-198_, CM3 US Navy WW-2, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Thompson, Charles Harold; b. 04-25-1922, d. 12-06-1984, h/o Bernice D. Thompson, Pfc. US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Thompson, Harold R; b. 02-15-1932, d. 03-18-1991, US Air Force, (Magnolia 5-30-a)

Thompson, Hunter H; b. 10-30-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Thompson, Ira Wayne; b. 07-13-1933, d. 12-02-2003 US Army, (Byrd-Helveston) information from set up at Wal Mart 09-25-2012

Thompson, John H; Co. “B” Alabama Cadets, Prisoner of War paroled in Meridian (Jackson County District 3, filed for pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran

Thompson, L.J; b. 12-31-1837, d. 10-25-1919, Pvt., Co. “B” 3rd Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (State Line-State Line)

Thompson, Robert Kenneth (Sr.); b. 09-16-1947, d. 11-20-1976, Seanam Recruit US Navy, (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Thompson, Roy; b. 04-13-1913, d. 01-11-1962, Pfc., 1943rd Quartermaster Truck Company, WW-2 (State Line “B”-Greene)

Thompson, Samuel Wilkins “Sam”; b. 12-25-1931, d. 10-23-1985, US Air Force, Korea, (Magnolia)

Thompson, S.R; b. ____, d. ____ Co. “A” 34th Ms. Inf. (was from Jackson County) Civil War Veteran

Thompson, Tommy Leigh; b. 08-18-1958, d. 09-19-2007, Pfc. US Army (Magnolia)

Thompson, Warner Roderick, “W.R.T.” (Sr.); b. 04-26-1924, d. 08-06-2005, 82 years old, h/o Margie Lee Thompson, US Army, (Magnolia)

Thompson, William Wirt (Sr.); b. 03-15-1838, d. 10-01-1900, Captain, Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf. Civil War Veteran, (Leaf-Leaf)

Thomsen, Ralph Dexter; b. 01-26-1889, d. 10-05-1956, 67 years old, Illinois PFC., Btry. “A” 339th Field Arty. WW-1 Veteran, (Kewanee Cemetery-Kewanee, Ms.)

Thorton, Harvey Joe; b. 03-15-1915, d. 04-12-1952, Seaman 2nd class, US Naval Reserve WW-2 (State Line “W”-Greene)

Thornton, H. Klein; b. 11-09-1899, d. 04-17-1952, Cpl., 463rd Motor Truck Co. MIC WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Thornton, Jack "Honey", b. 12-26-1922, d. 03-27-1991, GM2 US Navy WW-2, (Barton Baptist)

Thornton, Vernell M, b. 06-01-1921, d. 03-16-1970, S/Sgt. Btry. "A" 194th Fld. Arty. Bn., (Barton Baptist.)

Thrash, George T; b. 01-24-1928, d. 11-01-1969, Cpl. US Air Force WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Thrower, Albert Thompson; b. 10-09-1930, d. 11-19-2012, 82 years old, h/o Wilma (Greene) Thrower, US Air Force Korean War, 1948-1952, (Rocky Creek)

Thurstin, Horas W; b.____, d. ____, Battery “A” Lt. Arty., Spanish American War (State Line “W”-Greene)

Thurston, Horace Aubrey; b. 01-24-1939, d. 12-23-2002, 63 years old, h/o Dolly Thurston, US Army, WW-2 (Antioch Methodist)

Tiblier, Emile; b. 1838, d. 1923 Co. “E” Biloxi Rifles, 3rd Ms. Regt., (Jackson County District 3, filed for pension in 1907 (Pine Grove-Vestry Jackson county) Civil War Veteran

Tiblier, Eugene; Co. “E”, 3rd Ms., served in Point Coupee Artillery, Prisoner of War for 1 year (Jackson County district 3, filed for pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran

Tiblier, Peter L; b. 05-02-1921, d. 02-22-1971, Seaman 2nd class, US Navy Reserves WW-2 (Martin Ryan cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande

Till, Everette Jefferson; b. ___, d. ___, Co. “B” 6th Ms. Infantry, Civil War Veteran, enlisted in Brandon, Ms., information by Lisa McKinney, no cemetery named

Tilley, Albert Delmas “A.D.” (Jr.); b. 12-18-1919, d. 07-15-2005, S/Sgt. US Army Air Force WW-2 (Agricola)

Tilley, Albert Delmas (Sr.); b. 12-11-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Tilley, Nathan Oliver; b. 05-04-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Tillman, Harold, “Simon Earl”; b. 1930, d. 12-25-2010, 80 years old, h/oMagdalene Tillman, US Army, Korean Conflict (Rocky Creek) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Feb 22, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 105668270

Tingle, Edward Webster; b. 01-18-1920, d. 09-16-1980, US Army, Private, HQ Detachment, Sea #1, Sta. Com he was a laborer mos # 590 (Henderson cemetery-Greene County, Ms.)

Tipton, Raymond Edward (Sr.), b. 12-28-1926, d. 01-11-2000, Sgt. US Army Air Forces, WW-2, (Magnolia 5-25-c)

Tisdale, George Terry; b. 1921, d. 09-15-2011, 90 years old, h/o Anita (Reeves) Tisdale, US Navy, WW-2, (Shady Grove)

Todd, Terrell Bennett; b. 08-07-1936, d. 05-09-2009, 72 years old, h/o Inez (Brannon) Todd, US Navy, Korea, (Leakesville Church of God Cemetery, Greene Cty, Ms.)

Tolbert, James Edward (Sr.); b. 12-03-1912, d. 03-31-1997, 84 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Collins Cemetery, Collins, Mississippi)

Tolbert, Jerry Cooper; b. 12-12-1935, d. 01-28-2004, 68 years old, h/o Phyllis Tolbert, US Marine Corps. (Dickerson-Davis Cemetery)

Tompkins, Benjamin Wright; b. 06-16-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Tompkins, Dorothy D, b. 03-01-1920, d. 03-19-1973, Pfc., US Army, WW-2, Mississippi, (Movella Assembly of God.)

Tompkins, Ernest W. “E.W.”, b. 03-15-1926, d. 11-05-1991, Coxswain, US Navy, WW-2, (Movella Baptist.)

Tootle, Aulton Guy; b. 09-06-1911, d. 04-07-1993, Sgt. US Army WW-2 (Pine Grove Methodist Cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Tootle, Daniel Washington; b. 02-09-1884, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Toups, Halpher Carl “Toby”, b. 10-19-1926, d. 07-24-2002, "Toby", Cpl. US Army Korea, (Crossroads Methodist.)

Trammell, Edward “Eddie”; b. _______, d. 10-04-2011, h/o Diane Trammell also survived by his son and daughter in law-Johnny & Kelli Trammell, along with a sister Cathy Norton. US Marine Corps, Vietnam, Purple Heart (Caswell Springs UMC Cemetery)

Travis, Mitchell Lee; b. 04-21-1942, d. 02-05-2009, EN3 US Navy (Magnolia)

Trehern, Charles Ray; b. 10-05-1939, d. 10-5-1991, h/o Marie E. (Bosarge) Trehern, SP-5 US Army (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Trehern, Gordon Eugene; b. 09-26-1936, d. 10-10-1995, h/o Marlene E. Trehern, SSgt US Army (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Trehern, Leonard Albert; b. 09-18-1930, d. 10-29-2001, Sgt., US Army (Machpelah cem., Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Trehern, Ray, Edward; b. 06-17-1928, d. 05-29-1997, US Navy & US Army, WW-2 & Korea, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Trehern, Richard; b. 04-08-1848, d. 06-18-1929, Co. “G” 7th Al. Infantry, Wounded in Action, and lost vision in 1 eye, was a Prisoner of War in Selma (Beauvoir Soldiers Home) Civil War Veteran

Trim, Frank D; b. 10-09-1918, d. 09-19-1966, MSgt 4th Port Co. TG WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Tritle, Keith Austin (Sr.); b. 06-23-1929, d. 08-05-2009, h/o Vallie Marie (Breland) Tritle, US Air Force, (Rocky Creek)

Trotter, Benjamin Inman; b. 03-25-1894, d. 12-__-1976, funeral held 12-09-1976, US Navy, WW-1, (Lakewood Memorial Park Cemetery-Jackson, Ms.)

Trotter, Elizia; b. 04-30-1921, d. 04-01-1945, WW-2, 3667th Qm. Trk. Co., A1S Qmc., (Died Non-Battle), Purple Heart, (Mt. Rose cemetery)

Trowbridge, Clifford J, b. 08-13-1882, d. 03-27-1933, (2-77), 1st Lt. QM Corps WW-1, Wounded in Action, Purple Heart, discharged Camp Beauregard, La., 12-06-1918 (Magnolia 2-77)

Truesdale, Wayne Addison; b. 1939, d. 01-26-2013, 74 years old, h/o Miriam (McEachern) Truesdale, US Army Reserves, (Sigler Funeral Home in charge of arrangements-no cemetery named) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Mar 21, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 107051701

Truitt, Lexie M; b. 1906, d. 1989, US Navy, WW-2 (Lakewood South Memorial Park-Jackson County)

Trussell, Carl Wayne; b. 11-11-1943, d. 11-27-2014 71 years old, h/o Constance “Connie” Trussell, BM, US Navy, Vietnam Service, USS Ticonderoga CVA-14, my brother and I served together on this Air Craft Carrier.

Trussell, Herbert Wilson, “Jack”; b. 09-04-1909, d. 03-22-1981, h/o Ruth (Jarmon) Trussell, RM 2, US Navy, WW-2, served onboard 2 Navy destroyers, both sunk in combat Uss Gainard DD-706 & Uss Perkins DD-377. He was the adopted father of James Richard Trussell “Jimmy” & Carl Wayne Trussell (Macedonia)

Trussell, James Richard “Jimmy”; 09-26-1945, d._______ (not deceased at time of printing), h/o Shirley Mae (Lubbock) Trussell, Rm2, US Navy, Vietnam, USS Ticonderoga CVA-14, Air Development Squadron Six (VX-6), USS Algol LKA-54, USS Wood County LST-1178 & Tucumcari PGH-2 (I researched this document to give and pay respect to all those that served and made our Nation Free!) (Macedonia)

Trussell, Ruth (Jarmon): b. 03-19-1911, d. 1994, w/o Herbert Wilson Trussell, LTJG. US Navy, served in the Pentagon during WW-2 she was Carl Wayne and Jimmy Trussell’s adopted mother, (Bandera City Cemetery, Bandera, Texas)

Tucker, Derrel Quinn; b. 05-01-1972, d. 06-17-2007, (funeral was held 06-20-2007), United States Military Veteran, (Shady Grove)

Tucker, John; b. 10-14-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Tucker, Julian Curtis, b. 11-19-1922, d. 01-04-1984, US Coast Guard WW-2, (Shady Grove)

Tucker, Thomas Edwin; b. 01-29-1942, d. 11-15-1965, 23 years old, SP4 US Army, 1st Calvary division, Purple Heart, “Killed In Action” In SOUTH VIETNAM HOSTILE, GROUND CASUALTY MULTIPLE FRAGMENTATION WOUNDS (Richton-Henderson Cemetery)

Tucker, Thomas J; War of 1812, Blanton’s Company Virginia Militia, (George County Mississippi soldiers land grant, granted to Susanna Tucker-widow.

Tudor, Virgil Gene; b. 10-26-1918, d. 05-11-1979, Captain, US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Turk, X. Chadwewix; b. 1950, d. 1979, Sgt., US Army Vietnam (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Turnage, Earl; b. 07-16-1923, d. 11-23-1982, h/o Willie (Blades) Turnage, BM2 US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Turner, Arthur; b. 01-02-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Turner, Benjamin; b. 12-22-1894, d. 12-25-1967, WW-1, Pvt., Battery “E” 147th Field Artillery (McLeod-Magnolia)

Turner, Calvin Coolidge; b. 08-06-1924, d. 02-16-2013, 88 years old, h/o Ruth Joan Turner, US Marine, WW-2, (Sand Hill Cemetery-buried with full military honors)

Turner, Carol Bernard; b. 11-02-1926, d. 09-07-2003, SFC, 631st Fld. Art., (Magnolia 4-98-c)

Turner, Clovis Hill; b. 10-06-1930, d. 02-11-2013, h/o Lois (Tillman) Turner, US Army, Korea, (Sweetwater Cemetery-Greene)

Turner, Commodore Lee; b. 09-25-1919, d. 06-14-1997, Pfc. US Army, WW-2 (Arlington cemetery-Beaumont-Perry)

Turner, Franklin Delano, b. 03-07-1933, d. 01-15-2008, h/o Joyce (Bradley) Turner, Spec3, Sharpshooter, US Army (Macedonia) His son Rickey Turner is married to my oldest daughter Tonia (Trussell) Turner)

Turner, George Henry; b. 05-30-1930, d. 09-25-2005, 75 years old, h/o Joyce Helen (Brown) Turner, US Air Force WW-2, (Sweetwater)

Turner, George W; b. 08-30-1894, d. 05-08-1917, WW-1, Battery “F” 140th Field Artillery (died in service) (Sweetwater-Greene)

Turner, George William; b. 04-28-1834, d. 11-20-1902, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Sweetwater)

Turner, Henry L; b. 04-14-1897, d. 09-17-1940, Pvt., US Army, WW-1 (Sweetwater-Greene)

Turner, Herman Harold; b. 05-26-1914, d. 09-26-1964, SSgt Recon Co. 655th T D Battalion (Sweetwater)

Turner, Homer J; b. 10-15-1896, d. 05-26-1966, WW-1 US Military veteran – no information available (Sweetwater)

Turner, H.T; b. _______, d. _______, (this name was taken from the City Cemetery List of Veterans) (Magnolia) Created by: Betty Radcliff Marshall Record added: Jun 27, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial # 112972178

Turner, I.M; b. ___, d. ___, 3rd. Corporel, name taken from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 listing 24th Ms. Infantry Civil War Veteran, (No more information given)

Turner, James R; b. 08-06-1827, d. 05-07-1906, Pvt., Co. “F” 17th Ms. Cav., Co. “D” 9th Ms. Cav, Civil War Veteran, (Sweetwater)

Turner, Joe Mac; b. 10-17-1933, d. 01-14-1998, Pfc., US Army Korea (Williams-Pierce Cemetery-Greene County)

Turner, John Franklin; b. 11-02-1932, d. 06-22-2014, 81 years old, h/o Leola (Manasco) Turner, US Army, Korea (McLeod-Magnolia)

Turner, John L; b. 1894, d. 04-18-1943, Alabama Pvt. 1st Class, 140th Infantry, 35th Infantry Division Killed in Action, Purple Heart (Fellowship Baptist-Greene)

Turner, Louis; b. 02-21-1820, d. 01-21-1904, Pvt., Co. “A” 9th Ms. Cav, Civil War Veteran, (Sweetwater)

Turner Louis William (Jr.); b. 03-16-1926, d. 08-17-2009, 83 years old, h/o Claudine Turner, CPO, US Navy (served 28 years), (Macedonia)

Turner, Means Blewtt; b. 05-09-1922, d. 07-12-2000, US Army (Macedonia)

Turner, Michael Theodore “Mikey”; b. 07-25-1951, d. 02-13-2015, son of Calvin & Ruth Turner, US Army 82nd Airborne Division, (Sand Hill Cemetery)

Turner, Napoleon; b. 09-16-1895, d. 06-25-1960, PFC., Co. “E” 117th Ammo Trng. WW-1 (Sweetwater-Greene)

Turner, Ottis Guy; b. 12-06-1934, d. 03-26-1970, Captain, US Army, Vietnam (Unity-Greene)

Turner, Rufus Melvin; b. 06-04-1892, d. 09-27-1971, Pvt., Co. “L” 3rd Battalion WW-1 (Unity-Greene)

Turner, William; b. 11-13-1822, d. 04-22-1912, Pvt., Co. “A” 9th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Sweetwater)

Turner, William S; b. 02-19-1890, d. 01-12-1943, Pfc., Medical Department, WW-2 (Unity-Greene)

Tyree, Isic; b. 11-21-1909, d. 01-20-1995, 85 years old, WW-2 Veteran (Crossroads United Methodist)

Tyson, Aaron; War of 1812, regiment: Harper’s Company Georgia Militia (Land Grant to George County Mississippi soldiers, granted to Aaron Tyson)

Ulmer, Coleman Ott (Jr.); b. 08-11-1926, d. 09-17-1945, Seaman 1st Class, US Navy reserves, WW-2, Killed in Action, Purple Heart, (Neely Cemetery)

Underwood, Coach P.W. “Bear”; b. 10-16-1931, d. 02-04-2013, 81 years old, h/o Deedy (Sellers) Underwood, US Army (Magnolia)

Underwood, Jim Preston, b. 05-27-1926, d. 02-18-1995, US Marine Corps, WW-2, (Saint James.)

Upshaw, Drury; b. 03-22-1829, d. 04-04-1907, Pvt. & Cpl., Co. “A” 46th Ms. Inf. Civil War Veteran, (Mulberry-Wayne)

Urbani, Ronald Erie; b. 05-21-1958, d. 08-17-1987, RM2 US Navy (George Byrd Cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande & Linda Kerr

Valentine, Fred E; b. 08-23-1922, d. 08-06-2010, US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Valentine, Hillman, b. 01-17-1924, d. 04-26-1988, Pfc., US Army, WW-2, (New Hope.)

Valentine, Ulysses L, b. 09-03-1928, d. 03-13-1965, Sgt., 5th Armored Div., WW-2, Korea, (New Hope.)

Vance, Eugene Virgil; b. 05-29-1922, d. 09-09-2005, AOM3 US Navy, WW-2 (Oak Grove)

Vance, Gale Allen; b. 09-07-1915, d. 12-25-1984, US Army, WW-2 (Oak Grove)

Vanosdol, John William; b. 08-25-1841, d. 12-27-1905, Ind. Inf. Mexican War Veteran (Indiana Soldiers 3rd Regiment Mexican War Company D) (Gardner-George)

Vaughn, Andrew A; b. 03-20-1833, d. 01-31-1912, Col., Co. “L” 27th Ms. Infantry Civil War Veteran (Wade cemetery-Jackson)

Vaughn, Clayton P, b. 08-04-1926, d. 01-25-1983, US Army Korea, (Carter)

Vess, Walter Harrison (Sr.); b. 08-08-1918, d. 04-14-2005, PFC. US Army WW-2 (Alford Family Cemetery)

Vice, Willard W; b. 09-04-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Vick, Carl Russell; b. 11-18-1920, d. 10-31-1993, h/o Vitginia Ruth Vick, TEC5 US Army WW-2 (Macpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Vickers, Hawkins Ladson; b. 10-20-1926, d. 12-20-1991, h/o Elizabeth Ann (Moore) Vickers, TM3 US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Vickers, Houston Maxwell; b. 10-12-1912, d. 09-18-1953, 40 years old, US Air Force, WW-2, (Magnolia 2-232)

Vinzant, Samuel; b. 10-20-1924, d. 02-05-1998, Seaman 2nd class US Navy WW-2 (Benson cem. Jones county) information by Cleveland Sowell

Vise, Abner Linwood; b. 03-20-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Vise, Hardy Devoe (Sr.), b. 05-03-1894, d. 03-02-1986, Sgt. US Army WW-1 (Agricola)

Vise, John Thomas; b. 10-29-1881, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Vise, Louis Lee (Sr.); b. 12-31-1887, b. 04-14-1962, 74 years old, WW-1 Veteran, (Magnolia 2-152)

Vise, Louis Lee (Jr.); b. 09-16-1928, d. 03-19-1983, 54 years old, Korean War Veteran, (Memory Hill Cem. Dothan, Al.)

Vise, William Varley; b. 10-24-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Wachsman, Mendel Herman; b. 01-18-1933, d. 01-08-2011, 77 years old, h/o Bessie Nell (Jones) Wachsman, US Marine Corp., Korean conflict. (Magnolia)

Wade, Earl, b. 07-26-1918, d. 09-02-1970, S1, US Navy, WW-2, Korea, Mississippi (Antioch Methodist -Benndale)

Wade, Barney Rufus; b. 02-01-1919, d. 02-28-1962, TEC5, Quartermaster Corps., WW-2 (Mutual Rights-Greene)

Wade, James Baston, “J.B.”; b. 04-20-1942, d. 08-23-2003, 61 years old, h/o Doreen C. Wade, US Army & Mississippi National Guard (Shady Grove)

Wade, John Allen; b. 1922, d. 1949, Pfc., US Army, WW-2 (Unity-Greene)

Wade, Samuel T; b. 07-04-1827, d. 08-16-1890, Pvt., Co. “C” Steede’s Ms. Cav. Civil War Veteran, (McLain & Wade Cemetery near Richton)

Waites, William Rostelle, b. 06-25-1922, d. 06-25-1987, h/o Dessie (Mace) Waites, T/Sgt. US Air Force WW-2, Korea, Vietnam (Oak Grove.) Their two daughters are Joan (Waites) Welford & Jean (Waites) Smith

Walker, Curtis Loyed, b. 05-10-1921, d. 10-12-1991, section A-6, US Army WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Walker, David R; b. 01-16-1921, d. 07-18-1985, US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem., Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Walker, Exro Earl, “Reverend”; b. 02-01-1922, d. 08-10-2009, 87 years old, h/o Wilma (Breland) Walker, US Army WW-2, (Holmes)

Walker, Henry Walter; b. 05-13-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Walker, James H; b. 01-22-1919, d. 06-09-1992 BM3 US Navy, WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Walker, James Thomas; b. 05-15-1874, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Walker, John Lewis; b. 05-02-1932, d. 05-12-1976, 44 years old, US Army & National Guard, (Mt. Zion Cemetery- Jones County, Ms.)

Walker, Lawrence Marion; b. 08-12-1891, d. 07-23-1968, 76 years old, US Army, WW-1 (Cooper)

Walker, Rupert Douglas; b. 04-18-1936, d. 06-01-2008, US Army Veteran, (Red Creek Union Baptist Church Cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Walker, Thomas L; b. 07-15-1894; (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Walker, Tracy Edward; b. 09-08-1910, d. 06-03-1991, Lt. US Navy, WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Walker, Travis E, b. 04-05-1902, d. 02-03-1983, (4-47-C), Sgt. US Army, (Magnolia)

Walker, Willie C; b. 10-27-1886, d. 05-20-1948, MUS 3rd class 313th Field artillery 80th Division, WW-1 (Machpelah cem., Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Wall, Benjamin Harrison, b. 01-07-1919, d. 11-28-1997 US Army Private, WW-2, (Magnolia), information provided by his daughter Mrs. Paula W. McClure, was not marked as a veteran. 

Wallace, James A; b. 03-13-1911, d. 01-09-1961, Pvt., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Wallace, William O, b. 01-15-1922, d. 04-21-2002, PFC, US Army, WW-2, Bronze Service Medal (Movella Baptist.)

Walley, Daniel Yancy; b. 07-18-1896, d. 09-21-1957, Pvt Co. “C” 301st Battalion Tank Corp WW-1 (Unity-Greene)

Walley, George Washington (Sr.); b. 02-22-1841, d. 12-26-1905, Pvt. Co. “A” 46th Ms. Inf. Civil War Veteran, (Henderson-Piave)

Walley, Hardy; b. 09-28-1926, d. 01-13-1972, Korea, US Army (Mt. Zion-Greene)

Walley, Herbert Wilson; b. 06-09-1923, d. 12-24-1999, h/o Irean, Tec 4, US Army, WW-2, (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Walley, James Audra; b. 10-07-1926, d. 09-23-1988, US Navy, WW-2, (Corinth)

Walley, Jerry Lynn; b. 07-28-1943, d. 01-22-2000, h/o Brenda B. Walley, US Army (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Walley, J.M; b. 05-09-1822, d. 09-07-1908, Pvt., Co. “A” 36th Al. Inf., Co. “F” 17th Ms. Cav, Civil War Veteran, Wounded at Marietta, Ga., (Pilgrims Rest-Greene)

Walley, Joe Aubrey, b. 10-14-1917, d. 05-13-1986, section A-2, US Army WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Walley, Lazarus; b. 03-30-1863, d. 08-15-1943, US Army WW-1 (Lazarus Walley family cem)

Walley, LeRoy; b. 10-09-1930, d. 03-24-1971, RCT 37th State Hospital (Union cem.-Greene)

Walley, Lloyd Woodrow; b. 10-24-1915, d. 01-28-1966, 50 years old, US Navy & M/Sgt. US Army, Korea & Germany, (Mt. Pisgah-Greene County, Ms.)

Walley, Major Carol; b. 10-25-1922, d. 03-28-1966, S2class US Naval Reserve (Mt. Zion)

Walley, Murdock P; b. 02-27-1925, d. 10-09-2004, section A-6, SF3 US Navy WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Walley, Partrick, b. 01-09-1895, d. 04-24-1979, (4-3-C), Pvt. US Army, WW-1, (Magnolia)

Walley, Richard Howard (Jr.); b. 01-07-1896, d. 05-05-1974 (Unity Cemetery)

Walley, Richard Howard (Sr.); b. 03-30-1829, d. 11-23-1910, Pvt., Co. “H” 3rd Bttn. Ms. Inf. Minute men, Civil War Veteran, (Henderson-Piave)

Walley, Talmadge; b. 06-22-1925, d. 10-04-1944, Sgt., WW-2 456th AAF Bomb Group (Killed in Action) (Mt. Zion)

Walley, Thomas, b. 08-23-1921, d. 12-06-1999, CW3 US Army WW-2, Korea, Vietnam, (Magnolia 4-21-a)

Walley, Thomas Jerome; b. 01-16-1948, d. 09-25-2009, 61 years old, h/o Louise Walley, brother of Jack (Loquitta) Walley of Brushy Creek community, US Army, Vietnam, (Bullhead City, Arizona)

Walley, William M; b. 01-25-1826, d. 04-06-1907, Pvt., Co. “E & F” 17th Ms. Cav, Steede’s Bttn. Civil War Veteran, (Lazures Walley Cemetery-Greene)

Walley, Willis M; b. 05-07-1920, d. 09-20-1971, PFC US Army WW-2 (Walley)

Walley, Willis Wilson; b. 08-27-1910, d. 12-25-1970, WW-2 CM2 US Navy (Henderson-Greene)

Walley, Yancy Daniel; b. 07-18-1896, d. 09-21-1957, Pvt., Co. “C” 301st Battalion Tank Corps WW-1 (Unity-Greene)

Walters, Allen Ross, b. 02-03-1922, d. 08-02-2004, US Army Air Forces, WW-2, (Magnolia 4-10-a)

Walters, Dawson; b. 07-22-1830, d. 03-01-1914, Sgt. Co. “C” 9th Ms. Cav. Civil War Veteran (Walters Family)

Walters, Everett C; b. 03-10-1926, d. 12-24-1960, US Navy, WW-2, information provided by his brother Elvin Walters, (he was not marked as a veteran) (New Hope)

Walters, Ranson Littleton “Chuck”; b. 02-27-1919, d. 12-13-1985, 66 years old, US Army Air Corp, WW-2 (Magnolia)

Walters, Samuel W; b. __, d. __, h/o Elizabeth (Alexander) Walters, Pvt., Co. “L” 27th Mississippi Infantry

Waltman, Eldon Leonard; b. 08-30-1928, d. 02-20-2013, 84 years old, h/o Mary Evelyn (Parker) Waltman, US Army Purple Heart, Bronze Star, Silver Star, (Parker Family Cemetery)

Waltman, Joseph Edward; b. 11-11-1988, d. 05-25-2013, 24 years old, h/o Kayce (Lieghann) (Peters) Waltman, Spec4, US Army, Afghanistan War (Shady Grove)

Ward, Barnett Avera; b. 12-29-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ward, Clarence Emile; b. 01-14-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ward, Cornelius Watkins; b. 02-02-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ward, Ellis Fairbanks; b. 11-18-1889, d. 10-13-1958, 69 years old, Sgt. MD Base Hospital 24, WW-1 Veteran, (Ward Cemetery)

Ward, Ernest Bower; b. 01-16-1895, d. 10-__-1964, h/o Lizzie (Mallett) Ward US Navy, WW-1, (Magnolia 4-10-d)

Ward, Fred Marshall; Sergeant, Q.M. Field remount squadron 50, WW-1, discharged 05-14-1919, (information from 1938 WPA records)

Ward, Hollis Ward; b. 05-12-1938, d. 08-06-2013, 75 years old, h/o Gloria Ward, US Army National Guard, (Magnolia-George)

Ward, Hollis Lee, b. 10-04-1895, d. 09-11-1957, # 1608413, Sgt. 348th Fld. RMT. SQ. OMC, WW-1 (military marker shows a birth date of 10-05-1895), (Magnolia 1-371)

Ward, Jackson P; b. 08-16-1835, d. 09-29-1918, Pvt., Co. “A” Street’s Battalion Ms. Calvary Civil War Veteran (Oak Grove Cemetery-Jackspn)

Ward, John Marvin; b. 11-02-1881, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ward, John Spirce; b. 07-11-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ward, J. P; Co. “A” Steede’s Battalion (Jackson County District 2, filed for pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran

Ward, Loren Small “Pa”; b. 10-17-1925, d. 07-04-2009, Cpl US Marines WW-2, h/o Betty Jo Ward, (Magnolia)

Ward, Max; b. 03-22-1894, d. 01-15-1959, Pvt. Quartermaster Corp. WW-1 (C.F. Ward)

Ward, Ollin Edwin; b. 07-04-1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ward, Oscar Nolan; b. 03-13-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ward, Rawlin Robert; b. 12-15-1886, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ward, Raymond Wesley; b. 10-11-1926, d. 5-13-2010, 83 years old, 1st Calvary Division Medical Squadron, US Army, h/o Wilma Glenn (Turner) Ward, (Magnolia)

Ward, Richard, b. 04-29-1841, d. 12-29-1917, Co. "A" 3rd NC Inf. CIVIL WAR VETERAN, Wounded in Action 4 times, was in hospital at time of surrender (Crossroads Methodist.)

Ward, Robert Paul; b. 07-08-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ward, Roy; b. 08-26-1896, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ward, Toliver Clyde; b. 01-18-1883, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ward, William Franklin; b. 08-26-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ward, William Walter; b. 12-16-1874, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Ware, Reid C; b. 08-06-1925, d. 07-16-1974, 48 years old, WW-2 Veteran (Neely Cemetery-Greene County)

Warner, Charles L; b. 01-17-1924, d. 06-16-1952, 1st Lt., 45th Infantry Division (Artillery) WW-2 & Korea Distinguished Service Cross, Purple heart (Machpelah cem, Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Washam, Douglas Leguin, b. 05-03-1944, d. 10-12-2003, SP5 US Army Vietnam, (Ball)

Washam, Robert Earl; b. 11-30-1931, d. 08-18-2013, h/o Wana Lee Washam, US Army, Korea, (Agricola Cemetery)

Washam, Vernon Howard “Buddy”; b. 12-06-1946, d. 10-04-2004, 57 years old, h/o Kathy Washam, US Army, (Ball)

Washington, Sidney; b. 03-07-1937, d. 05-24-1993, Pfc US Army Vietnam (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Waters, Henry; b. 01-29-1892, d. 10-01-1969, h/o Annie T. Waters Pvt., Co. “B” 310th Infantry 78th division WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Waters, Marvin Henry; b. 03-15-1923, d. 09-16-1984, h/o Elizabeth (McClain) Waters, Pvt., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Waters, Morris Laverne; b. 02-28-1921, d. 05-24-1971, Pfc. US Arm Air Force WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Watson, Charlie C; b. ___, d. ___, Pvt., Alabama Infantry National Guard (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Watt, Howard Pearson; b. 06-30-1900, d. 02-27-1970, Pfc., HQ Co. 1st battalion 29th Infantry WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Watt, Lloyd Kenyon; b. 09-17-1929, d. 07-27-1967, Pvt. 973rd Enginnering Construction Battalion, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Watters, William Alfred (Sr.), b. 06-09-1931, d. 02-21-1987, Cpl US Marine Corps Korea, (Crossroads Free Pentecostal)

Weatherbee, Joseph Alexander; b. ___, d. ___, Co. “C” 11th Ms. Infantry, enlisted Waynesboro, Ms., Civil War Veteran, information by Lisa McKinney, (no cemetery named)

Weatherford, Earl; b. 05-07-1891, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Weaver, Billy Ray; b. 03-09-1933, d. 09-30-1978, BM2 US Navy Korea (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Weaver, David A; b. 08-23-1919, d. 03-25-2006, Sgt., 3rd Bn., Hq., 152nd Inf., 38th Div, (Shady Grove)

Weaver, Herman G, b. 09-09-1913, d. 03-22-1970, Cpl. US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 1-366)

Weaver, Milford Ambrose “Mil”; b. 12-13-1923, d. 01-31-2012, h/o Jo Ann (McBay) Weaver, US Navy, Korea, (Magnolia)

Weaver, Yealous; b. 05-15-1897, d. 03-01-19621, Pvt., WW-1 Medical Department (State Line “W”-Greene)

Webb, Daniel M; b. 03-16-1815, d. 04-21-1889, Pvt., Co. “E” 17th Battalion Ms. Calvary, Steede’s Calvary Civil War Veteran (Shiloh Cemetery-Jackson)

Webb, Dillard; b. 09-27-1898, d. 06-02-1948, PFC Engineering WW-2 (Bell Fountain cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande

Webb, Donald E. b. 05-25-1918, d. 04-13-1969, Seamna 2nd class US Navy Reserves WW-2 (Martin Ryan cem. Jackson county) information by Ray L. Bellande

Webb. Henry; b. 12-11-1834, d. 12-29-1912, Co. “A” 3rd Mississippi Infantry, Civil War Veteran (Shiloh cem. Jackson county) information by Ray Bellande

Webb, William M. Simmons; b. 06-03-1842, d. 01-08-1929, Pvt., Co. “A” 3rd Ms. Infantry, Civil War Veteran, (Antioch Cemetery-Jackson)

Webb, William “Willie” A; b. 06-03-1842, d. 01-08-1929, (Co. “A” 3rd Miss. Regt. From Jackson County Civil War Veteran (Antioch, Vancleve, Ms.)

Webb, William Curtis; b. 11-01-1949, d. 06-09-2015, 65 years old, h/o Deborah (Carter) Webb, US Navy, Viet Nam service, also survived by 2 daughters, Jennifer (Alvin) Lofton, Amelia “Mimi” (Marty) Perkins, a son William “Billy” (Jenny) Webb, one brother Wilber (Bonnie) Sellers, 4 grandchildren, Aspen Lorton, Robbie Lofton, Vincent Perkins and Jackson Webb, He was a member of Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church, (Macedonia Cemetery)

Wechsler, John Daniel; b. 11-23-1918, d. 10-18-2000, h/o Mary Kathryn Wechsler, US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Wedgeworth, Ducalien C. (Sr.) b. _______, d. _______, Enlisted in 1861, 20th Ms. Co. “E” Served under Col. Russell & Capt. Blockwell He received a Confederate pension in George County. Civil War Veteran (D.C. Wedgeworth Family Cemetery-Saucier) Surrendered with General Robert E. Lee in Tennessee

Weeks, John Maddison; b. 11-24-1875, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Weeks, Robert; b. 04-15-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Weeks, Robert Earl; b. 04-01-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Weinberg, Carl E. (Sr.); b. 08-17-1920, d. 03-11-1998, h/o Dartha L. Weinburg, US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Weir, J. C; b. 04-18-1932, d. 02-10-1962, Cpl. US Army Korea, (Davis Cemetery on Howell Road behind Mexican Restaurant) information provided by Diona (Parker) Dickerson

Welch, Henry; In Sept. 1911, he applied for an increase in Confederate pension due to being blind in left eye and also deaf (need Civil War Veteran Information)

Welch, Willis Owen; b. 05-15-1921, d. 10-02-2005, 84 years old, h/o Retha L. Welch, US Army, (Movella Assembly of God)

Weldy, Henry Minos, b. 05-24-1893, d. 1975, (4-82-D), US Army WW-1, (Magnolia)

Welford, Andrew David; b. 04-17-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Welford, Clarence Wilburn; b. 11-19-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Welford, Douglas Edward; b. 09-08-1951, d. 10-08-2008, 58 years old, h/o Nita Welford, US Army Veteran (Welford Family Cemetery)

Welford, Ernest Warren; b. 07-17-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Welford, Garry Marshall; b. 11-22-1946, d. 07-21-2010, 63 years old, h/o Debbie Welford, US Navy, Viet Nam Conflict, “He was the George County Sheriff at the time of his death, Killed by a truck driven by Brandy Williams & Christopher Baxter as they tried to run a road block. (Shady Grove Cemetery)

Welford, George Washington; b. 08-09-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Welford, Guy Edward, b. 11-22-1914, d. 08-23-1988, Cpl. US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 1-385)

Welford, Henry, b. 04-06-1841, d. 06-08-1925, Co. "E" 36th Ala. Inf. C.S.A. (Civil War Veteran) wounded in both legs 09-19-1863 at Chickmoga, Tenn., one a flesh wound the other a fracture, he was on furlough at time of surrender (Macedonia)

Welford, Horace Leon “Jerry”; b. 08-28-1941, d. 06-05-2011, 69 years old, h/o Jan Welford, Mississippi National Guard, (Rocky Creek)

Welford, James C; b. 02-28-1911, d. 12-22-1994, WW-2 Veteran (Mt. Pisgah Pentecostal)

Welford, James Henry; b. 08-05-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Welford, James W, b. 03-13-1896, d. 12-21-1969, section D-8, Sgt. Co. "L" 59th Inf 4th Div, (Rocky Creek)

Welford, Johnie; b. 1918, d. 06-25-1989, 70 years old, PFC, US Army, WW-2 (Rocky Creek)

Welford, Johnny Wayne; b. 08-22-1942, d. 01-22-2015, h/o LaJune (Godwin) Welford, US Army National Guard, (Magnolia-Lucedale)

Welford, Jowel (Joel) Vander; b. 04-12-1845, d. 07-24-1938, Pvt. Co. “A” 36th Al. Regt., enlisted 1864, discharged 05-25-1865 (Macedonia) Civil War Veteran

Welford, Lorenzo Dow; b. 04-23-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Welford, Marcus (Jr.); b. 03-23-1931, d. 06-23-2014, US Navy, LtJG, h/o Lydia Welford, (Barrancas National Cemetery-Pensacola)

Welford, Morris, b. 08-17-1914, d. 01-09-1958, section E-5, S/Sgt. 2117th Base Unit Army Air Force WW-2, AM & 2 Oak Leaf Clusters, (Rocky Creek)

Welford, Ollin Warren; b. 11-21-1920, d. 03-16-2005, US Army, WW-2, Pvt. 1st Class (information provided by his son Charlie Welford) (Magnolia 2-240)

Welford, Vander; b. 12-27-1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Welford, Vernon W; b. 01-20-1924, d. 05-05-1945, Pvt. US Army (Mt. Pisgah Community Cemetery)

Welford, William Alexander; b. 05-08-1878, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Welford, William Charles; b. 03-16-1876, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Welford, William Chester; b. 02-15-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Welford, William Donald “Dub”; b. 07-01-1930, d. 10-07-1987, Pvt., US Marine Corp. (Rocky Creek)

Welford, William M, b. 03-16-1839, d. 05-27-1906, section B-5, Pvt. Co. "E" 36th Ala. Inf. (Wounded in Action) (Prisoner of War), Civil War Veteran, (Rocky Creek)

Wells, Charles; b. 1922, d. 1990, Pfc US Army WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information byPat Creel Kendrick (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Wells, Cornelius Ovied; b. 04-07-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Wells, Ernest; b. 07-18-1888, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Wells, Herbert Lee “Reverand”; b. 06-09-1934, d. 12-02-2014, 80 years old, US Army, (Davis Chapel Cemetery-Moss Point)

Wells, Lee Quitman; b. 07-09-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Wells, Leonard Aubrey, b. 07-12-1915, d. 04-24-1999, PHM Mate US Merchant Marine, WW-2, Korea, Vietnam, (Magnolia 6-57-b-2)

Wells, Leroy, b. 12-20-1943, d. 04-25-2005, SP4, US Army, Vietnam, (Refuge.)

West, Cecil E. (Sr.); b. 01-16-1930, d. 08-20-1968, US Navy (Magnolia)

West, Donald E; b. 05-27-1927, d. 06-15-2013, h/o Francis Gertrude (McInnis) West, US Army, Sgt. 1st Class (Woodard)

West, Gene Timothy, b. 01-10-1942, d. 05-21-2003, National Guard, (Magnolia 4-6-d)

West, Harlond “Gavin”; b. 03-03-1921, d. 08-14-1972, 51 years old, WW-2 “Iwo Jima Survivor”, (Magnolia)

West, John Ambrous; b. 1910, d. 08-11-1965, 55 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Magnolia)

West, John W; b. 06-02-1843, d. 02-15-1905, Pvt., Co. “A & H” 24th Ms. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Mutual Rights)

West, Robert D. (Jr.); b. 03-31-1882, d. 01-__-1967, US Navy GM3 class, died non-battle causes in New York, (Magnolia 4-6-a)

West, Robert Earl, b. 06-16-1920, d. 06-05-1986, US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 4-80-a)

West, Tony B, b. _______, d. _______, Pvt., 840th Trans. Corps., (Mount Sinai)

Westphal, Arsene O; b. 11-04-1921, d. 08-11-2006, h/o Shirley A. (Purdy) Westphal, GM2 US Navy, WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Wetherbee, Clem E; b. 02-11-1889, d. 09-21-1972, WW-1, Sgt., US Army (McLeod-Magnolia)

Whatley, Arthur Eugene; b. 06-15-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Whatley, Jack, b. 07-01-1904, d. 09-09-1981, M/Sgt. US Army WW-2, (Macedonia)

Whatley, J G, no dates, Co. "F" 4th Miss Cav. (Civil War Veteran) (Macedonia)

Whatley, John; b. 10-??-1844, d. 10-17-1911, Pvt., Co. “F” 2nd Miss Calvary, enlisted 04-17-1862, discharged 05-12-1865, Prisoner at time of surrender (Macedonia) Civil War Veteran

Whatley, Lorenzo, b. 05-17-1909, d. 06-19-1943, Mississippi, Pvt. 738th Military Police Bn., WW-2, (Macedonia)

Whatley, Paul; b. 06-23-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Whatley, Ruben “Captain”; b. 02-21-1930, d. 04-17-1985, GM3 US Navy Korea, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Whatley, Terrill; b. 05-17-1838, d. after 09-04-1916, Pvt., Co. “E” 17th Ms. Cav., Civil War Veteran, (Sweetwater)

Wheeler, Charles Otis, b. 03-14-1931, d. 10-15-1989, CS2 US Navy, Korea, Vietnam, (Magnolia 1-389)

Wheeler, Otis Ray; b. 10-23-1954, 01-20-2009, Sp4 US Army (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Whiddon, Charles Wilson; b. 07-09-1881, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Whiles, Lewis Allen, b. 09-21-1917, d. 05-15-1993, WW-2, (military plaque has date of birth as 09-22-1917), (Magnolia 5-18-a)

Whitcomb, William Joseph; b. 07-02-1934, d. 03-05-2007, 72 years old, h/o Opree Jane Whitcomb, US Army, (Magnolia 6-55-c-1)

White, Andrew, b. 02-24-1893, d. 05-12-1975, US Military Veteran WW-1 (Macedonia)

White, Ben; b. 07-04-1890, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

White, Berry W; b. 12-15-1953, d. 12-25-2008, US Army (Age 55) (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

White, Charley, b. 03-04-1893, d. 08-29-1973, Pvt., Wagon Company Q.M.C. US Army, WW-1, discharged 02-14-1919 (Lily Grove.)

White, Edward T; b. 07-13-1912, d. 07-23-1975, Sgt., US Army, WW-2 (McLain Cemetery-Greene)

White, George; b. 05-19-1889, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

White, James William III; b. 02-24-1936, d. 04-05-1997, EM2 US Coast Guard, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

White, Kenneth Gray; b. 11-05-1947, d. 01-11-1977, Sp4 US Army, Vietnam (Henderson cemetery)

White, Oscar; b. ______, d. 10-14-1918, Pvt., WW-1, 6th Infantry, Killed In Action, Purple Heart, (Griffin Cemetery-Greene)

White, Oscar M, b. 01-10-1925, d. 01-30-2001, PFC, US Army, WW-2 (Saint James.)

White, Randall; b. 09-04-1949, d. 09-08-2013, 64 years old, h/o Paulette White, US Army 9th Division Infantry, Vietnam, (Cemetery not named-Honorary Pallbearers mentioned)

White, Thomas H; b. 08-20-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

White, Thomas W; b. 04-06-1844, d. 03-09-1924, Pvt., Co. “I” 36th Al. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Griffin-State Line)

White, Waller E; b. 08-29-1928, d. 05-23-1965, Cpl. US Army Korea, (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

White, Will; b. 01-10-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Whitehead, Samuel Lester, b 06-03-1924, d.09-06-1998, Sgt. US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 1-308)

Whites, Oscar Dayton; b. 04-22-1892, d. 01-13-1941, WW-1 Veteran (Ellisville Cemetery-Jones Cty.)

Whiting, Harvey Edward (Sr.), b. 08-09-1924, d. 01-20-1986, MM1 US Navy WW-2, (Sand Hill.)

Whitten, Grady Waterson, b. 03-18-1891, d. 04-23-1978, WAGR US Army, WW-1, (Magnolia 4-80-b)

Whittington; James Howard; b. 12-25-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Whittington, James Wade; b. 07-02-1873, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Whittington, Jesse Earl; b. 05-14-1897, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Whittington, John Q; b. 04-27-1892, d. 12-01-1959, Cpl., WW-1, Co. “E” Ammo Train (Coleman Cemetery, Jackson County) information by Melbe Goff Allen

Whittington, Rufus Walton; b. 04-25-1885, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Wiggins, Willie Morris, b. 03-28-1913, d. 02-01-1977, h/o Jessie Ernestine (Rogers) Wiggins, Troop “A” 115th Calvary Reconnaissance Squadron _Mechanized, section D-4, Pvt. US Army, (Rocky Creek)

Wilburn, Edward Turner; b. 1914, d. 11-14-1967, 53 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Mt. Pisgah-Greene County, Ms.)

Wilburn, Fallon Dale; b. 01-03-1964, d. 11-02-2001, (name taken from City Cemetery list of Veterans) (Magnolia)

Wilburn, Mally Frank; b. 11-01-1912, d. 10-23-1979, 66 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Agricola)

Wiley, Hinton; b. 05-15-1909, d. 12-03-1978, 69 years old, US Merchant Marine Seaman, (Tanner)

Wiley, Jessie; b. 05-18-1928, d. 11-25-1967, Cpl., Co. “C” 91st Engineers Korea (New Providence aka Grave Hill)

Wiley, Lincoln; b. _____, d. _____; svc # 4271600, Pvt., US Army, enlisted 08-03-1918, WW-1 he was a “Stevedore”, information from the Military discharge records in the George County Court House.

Wilkerson Carl Culbert; b. 04-19-1894, d. 11-21-1923, “Mississippi”, Pvt. 125th Engrs WW-1 (Pine Grove Methodist Cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Wilkerson, Cecil Douglas “C.D.”; b. 09-13-1901, d. 06-29-1964, “Mississippi”, Pvt. US Army WW-1 US Air force WW-2 (Pine Grove Methodist Cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Wilkerson, Clarence Avery; b. 06-03-1895, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Wilkerson, Frank E; b. 09-03-1909, d. 01-11-1973, Pfc., US Army WW-2 (Union cem. Moss Point) information by Julius Redmond

Wilkerson, Henry Lee; b. 05-05-1923, d. 12-09-2002, WW-2 “Glider Troops”, China-Burma-India, (Wilkerson Cemetery)

Wilkerson, Oscar Warren; b. 09-30-1881, d. 11-21-1926, WW-1 Veteran, (Mt. Caramel Cemetery-Jones County)

Wilkerson, Wilburn Franklin; b.08-13-1890 d. 06-24-1984, 93 years old, US Navy & US Army Veteran WW-1 (Pine Grove Cemetery- Benndale)

Wilkerson, William W; b. 12-12-1887, d. 09-16-1965, “Mississippi”, Pvt. Co. 153rd Depot Brig. WW-1 (Pine Grove Methodist Cemetery) information by Linda Ellis

Wilkins, Caldwell Ray, b. 08-13-1952, d. 02-08-1982, PFC US Army, (Shady Grove.)

Wilkinson, Jeff E; b. 12-23-1930, d. 01-16-1974, Cpl., US Army (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Wilks, Ronald Lee; b. 09-08-1949, d. 07-29-2000, Pvt., US Marines (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Williams, Albert C; b. 03-06-1907, d. 08-23-1968, Pvt. US Army WW-2 (Henderson)

Williams, Albert Earl; b. 10-28-1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Williams, Andrew Jackson; b. 03-29-1845, d. 10-13-1873, Pvt., Co. “E” 36th Al. Inf., Civil War Veteran, (Platt-State Line)

Williams, Andy; b. 09-18-1920, d. 12-18-1963, STM2 US Navy Reserves WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Williams, Ariel Jeremiah; b. 02-09-1924, d. 01-01-1980, US Navy Korea (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Williams, Axom; b. 03-02-1832, d. 08-31-1912, Pvt. Co. “D” 9th Ms. Cav., enlisted 04-08-1862, discharged 04-25-1865 Civil War Veteran (Williams-Greene)

Williams, Bill; b. 03-01-1888, d. 01-26-1957, Private Co. “F” 65th Pioneer, WW-1 discharged 12-10-1918, (Sandy Branch) information from 1938 WPA records)

Williams, Carl S, b. 11-27-1918, d. 09-02-1969, PFC HQ. Co. 3 BN 167 Inf. WW-2 (Ball)

Williams, Charles Edwin; b. 06-11-1928, d. 07-29-1976, PFC US Army (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Williams, Clifton McKelly; b. 07-21-1923, d. 12-31-1944, 1st Lt., US Air Force pilot of B-17 Flying Fortress “Skyway Chariot” A/C # 43-37521, he was on his 25th mission when his plane was shot down over Hamburg Germany. Was buried by Germans there, later moved and interred in the National Cemetery in Martgraten, Holland. Purple Heart Medal & Air Medal with 3 Oak Clusters. The VFW post in Moss Point, Ms. is named for Clifton McKelly Williams. He is in plot “K” row 19, grave #1. (Information taken from book titled “My Cup of Memories” by Nina Mae Mason)

Williams, Connie Denise (Akes); b. 09-20-1950, d. 10-19-2014, 64 years old, w/o John E. Williams, US Air Force Veteran, (memorial service to be held at a later date in Ilinois) “George County Funeral Home in Charge”

Williams, Curtis Elwood; b. 08-10-21, d. 12-27-1981, M/Sgt., US Army, WW-2, 1942-1946, (Refuge)

Williams, David; b. 05-21-1833, d. 09-16-1899, Pvt., Co. “F” 17th Ms. Cav., Civil War Veteran, (Washington-Neely)

Williams, Delmar W; b. 08-29-1909, d. ? (1963) funeral 08-14-1963, 54 years old, WW-2 Veteran, (Magnolia)

Williams, Earnest; b. ______, d. 06-28-1943, Pvt. 164th Depot Brig. (Sandy Branch Cemetery)

Williams, Edd, b. 03-04-1890, d. 10-31-1963, Pfc., Co. "H", 816th Pioneer Inf. WW-1, (Mount Pleasant– Mount Pleasant Road)

Williams, Eddie L, b. 10-22-1922, d. 07-22-1996, S/Sgt. US Army, (Mount Pleasant– Barton)

Williams, Felix Edward; b. ____, d. ____, son of Bertha & Connie Williams, 841st Air Force Fighter Command in England (information from book titled “My Cup of Memories’ by Nina Mae Mason)

Williams, Floyd; Indian Wars, received Mississippi land grant (George County) regiment: Love’s Company Georgia Militia-Creek War. Granted to Wm. E. Clark

Williams, George Owen, b. 03-05-1922, d. 01-28-1991, section G-2, PFC US Army, (Rocky Creek)

Williams, Harold Scott (Sr.), b. 03-22-1917, d.01-02-1995, Tech. 5 US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 2-85)

Williams, Ira; b. 03-12-1837, d. 09-03-1900, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf. Civil War Veteran, Wounded at Jonesboro, Ga., (Williams-Greene)

Williams, Jasper D; b. 08-17-1928, d. 09-06-1951, Pvt., Korea, 7th Calvary Infantry, 1st Calvary Division (Stateline)

Williams, James; b. 03-09-1838, d. 09-21-1894, Pvt. Co. “I” 27th Ms. Inf. Civil War Veteran (Ward Family)

Williams, James; b. ____, d. ____, Civil War Veteran, son of Ludden Williams, fought in the Seige of Vicksburg, Wounded in Action, lost a finger (This information from the Book titled “My Cup of Memories” by Nina Lea Mason)

Williams, James, b. 12-12-1895, d. 03-29-1962, Pvt. US Army WW-1, (Bethlehem)

Williams, James Ernest; b. 08-09-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Williams, James P; b. 05-09-1839, d. 09-04-1905, Pvt., Co. “A” 17th Ms. Cav Civil War Veteran, Prisoner of war at Camp Douglas, Ill. (Sweetwater)

Williams, Jasper D; b. 08-17-1928, d. 09-06-1951, Pvt., Korea, 7th Calvary, 1st Calvary Division (State Line “W”-Greene)

Williams, Jefferson F; b. 07-19-1925, d. 03-11-1945, PFC, 394th Infantry 99th Division, WW-2 Killed in Action, Purple Heart (Clarks Chapel) Brother to Eugenia (Williams) Pipkins and Devon Williams

Williams, Jesse Ira; b. 07-04-1838, d. 04-09-1908, Pvt., Civil War Veteran, information from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 naming 24th Ms. Infantry, (Williams/Pierce cem-St. Elmo, Al.)

Williams, Jesse J; b. ___, d. ___, US Coast Guard WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Williams, John; b. 03-04-1898, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Williams, John Bailey III; b. 10-12-1843, d. 03-01-1933, Pvt., Co. “L” 27th Ms. Infantry Regt., Prisoner of War for 15 months (Jackson County District 3, filed for pension in 1907) Civil War Veteran

Williams, John Nelson; b. 09-08-1878, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Williams, John O; b. 12-14-1926, d. 01-16-2001, Pvt. US Army, WW-2, (Military Plaque has date of death as 01-15-2001), (Magnolia 4-51-d)

Williams, Johnie; b. 02-10-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Williams L.D; b. 07-19-1844, d. 03-06-1925, Pvt., Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf. Civil War Veteran, (Cooley-Vernal)

Williams, Lenro; b. 10-29-1923, d. 09-05-1990, Tech5 US Army WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Williams, Leslie M; b. 11-17-1921, d. 09-29-2005, US Army Infantry, 1942-1945, (Agricola)

Williams, Louie Benjamin; b. 08-17-1925, d. 01-29-2008, 82 years old, h/o Barbara R. Williams, US Navy, 20 year veteran, “Only had a memorial service in George County, not buried here”

Williams, Lowell H, b. 06-20-1932, d. 03-17-2003, S/Sgt. US Air Force Korea & Vietnam, (Oak Grove.)

Williams, Pere; b. 09-03-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Williams, Phillip Anthony; b. 03-02-1924, d. 02-03-1977, S2class US Navy WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Williams, Richmond Hines; b. 12-10-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Williams, Robert Arthur; b. 01-27-1934, d. 05-19-2010, 76 years old, US Marines Korean Conflict, h/o Vermell (Howell) Williams (Shady Grove)

Williams, Roderick, b. 12-08-1926, d.11-10-2001, Cpl., US Air Force, WW-2 (New Hope.)

Williams, Rudolph Carmel; b. 08-19-1921, d. 09-30-2011, US Navy Air Corps 1942 – 1945 in North Atlantic, their job to sink “U” boats, Aviation Mechanic served onboard the USS Card CVE-11 and the USS Intrepid CV-11 (information from the book titled “My Cup of Memories” by Nina Mae Mason)

Williams, Semes Leslie, b. 04-21-1897, d. 07-29-1989, (4-60-B), Pvt. US Army WW-1, (Magnolia)

Williams, Simeon; b. 08-25-1819, d. 10-15-1905, Pvt., name from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 naming 24th Ms. Infantry, Civil War Veteran, (Jasper Cemetery-Fruitdale, Al.)

Williams, Walker; b. 02-28-1875, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Williams, Walker W; b. 03-27-1892, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Williams, William; b. 08-13-1894, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Williams, William Clifton; b. ____, d. ____, son of Thadeaus Williams, US Navy WW-1 served aboard the Battleships USS Nevada BB-36 and the USS Arizona BB-39, (information from the book titled “My Cup of Memories” by Nina Lea Mason)

Williams, William W; b. 07-09-1836, d. 03-08-1909, Pvt., Co. “A” 9th Ms. Cav., Civil War Veteran, (Cooley-Vernal)

Williamson, Sanford Lawrence, b. 07-14-1922, d. 11-08-1995, section F-10, GM2 US Navy, (Rocky Creek)

Williamson, Victor Hand; b. 04-16-1920, d. 03-09-2011, 90 years old, h/o Lozelle (Hubbard) Williamson, US Army, WW-2, (Serene Memorial Gardens Cemetery)

Wilson, James Ellis; b. 05-21-1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Wilson, James H; b. 10-15-1919, d. 11-21-1966, h/o Rosalee K. Wilson, Pfc., US Marine Reserves WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Wilson, James P. “Sparky”; b. 06-09-1925, d. 01-25-1967, h/o Aline S, Wilson, US Marines WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Wilson, Jesse Egleston; b. 07-22-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Wilson, John William, b. 05-14-1909, d. 01-17-1986, Sgt. US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 4-88-a)

Wilson, King, b. 08-25-1890, d. 10-26-1959, Pfc., Co. "C", 340th Svc. Bn. QMC. (Mount Sinai)

Wilson, Robert B. “Bobby”; b. 02-08-1927, d. 11-08-2005, US Navy (Griffin Cemetery-Jackson County)

Wilson, Robert H, b. 10-09-1922, d. 02-07-1990, M/Sgt., US Army, WW-2, (New Antioch. – Twin Creek Road)

Wilson, Sebron H; b. 03-19-1833, d. 05-27-1918, Pvt., Street’s Battalion Ms. Calvary, Civil War Veteran, (Wilson family cemetery-Vestry-Jackson)

Wilson, Theron H; b. 05-10-1928, d. 10-12-1982, PVT., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Wilson, William H; b. 08-12-1933, d. 07-03-1992, Pvt., US Army Korea, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Wilson, William W, b. 1911, d. 1988, Pvt., US Army, (Mount Pleasant. – Mount Pleasant Road)

Wilson, Xerxes Alexander, “XA” (Sr.), b. 06-01-1929, d. 03-20-2004, h/o Florence (Howard) Wilson, PFC, Paratrooper, Japan Occupation medal, Korean Service medal, 4 Bronze stars, 1 Bronze Arrowhead, Combat Infantry Badge, Sharpshooter Medal, 2 Purple Hearts, (Macedonia)

Winburn, Monteville H; b. 05-18-1820, d. 09-06-1880, 1st Lt. Co. “A” 24th Ms. Inf. Civil War Veteran (McInnis-Vernal)

Winborn, Woody F; b. 1934, d. 1975, Pvt., US Army, Korea (State Line “B”-Greene)

Winborn, Roland M; b. 01-12-1922, d. 06-05-1964, WW-2, Tech4 US Army (Stateline-B)

Witaker, Joel; b. ___, d. ___, 1st Sgt., (name from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925 listing 24th Mississippi Infantry rooster Civil War Veteran (no other information given)

Witchen, John A. (Jr.); b. 06-11-1914, d. 01-04-1983, PFC US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Witchen, Robert McVay “Bobby”; b. 09-21-1927, d. 01-02-2003, h/o Doris (Purdy) Withcen, MSgt US Army WW-2 & Korea, (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Witherspoon, Leroy; b. 05-24-1921, d. 04-__-1987, Tech5 US Army WW-2 (Scranton cem. Jackson county) information by Pat Creel Kendrick

Wolfe, Benjamin H, b. 09-02-1934, d. 02-20-1964, section E-5, S/Sgt. Co. "B" 63rd Armor, (Rocky Creek)

Wood, Charles K; b. 12-02-1924, d. 09-09-1971, Cpl., 801st Army Mar Ship Rep. Co. WW02 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Wood, John; b. 09-21-1887, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Wood, John Floyd; b. 07-22-1920, d. 04-26-1980, h/o Cornelia (Quattlebuam) Wood, TEC4 US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Wood, Oliver E; b. 11-17-1828, d. 11-30-1908, 3rd Cpl., Co. “D” 16th Ms. Infantry Civil War Veteran, (Union-Moss Point)

Woodall, George Otis Odell; b. 01-15-1919, d. 07-04-1968, Korea, AFC, 9404th Signal Training Unit (Unity-Greene)

Woodard, Andrew William (Sr.); b. 05-06-1906, d. 12-24-1989, 83 years old, US Army veteran (Magnolia 2-167)

Woodard, Arthur Lowell (Sr.) b. 1925, d. 09-22-1987, 62 years old, US Army, WW-2 (Serene Gardens-Jackson County, Mississippi)

Woodard, Bobby Grey; b. ____, d. 2014, 80 years old, h/o Nelta (Cooley) Woodard, US Army 2 years active & 6 years inactive reserves, Korea, SP-5, (Cooley/Woodard Family Cemetery-George)

Woodard, George Elton; b. 06-14-1936, d. 05-22-2009, 72 years old, US National Guard Artillery Department from 1961 – 1967, h/o Frances (Thompson) Woodard, (Woodard Cemetery)

Woodard, Hilton Clyde, b. 09-29-1925, d. 12-12-1989, CPL US Army Korea, (Woodard.)

Woodard, James Harris; b. 04-28-1911 d. 03-10-2005, 93 years old, h/o Amy Ann Woodard, US Marine Corps. WW-2 (Woodard)

Woodard, James Roscoe, b. 08-10-1933, d. 03-26-1953, PFC 5th Marines 1st Marine div. Korea Purple Heart & Gold Star, Killed in Action (Woodard.)

Woodard, John Cruro; b. 09-25-1878, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Woodard, John Duval (Sr.); b. 07-15-1927, d. 12-17-2009, 82 years old, U.S. Army, also served in Merchant Marines, (Woodard Cemetery)

Woodard, Marion Trenton “Reverand”; b. 11-14-1931, d. 11-10-2010, 78 years old, h/o Mary Lois Woodard, US Air Force, (Movella Baptist)

Woodard, Thomas Earl, b. 09-18-1940, d. 03-19-1966, Pvt. US Army, (New Hope)

Woodard, William Carl (Jr.), b. 04-22-1929, d. 06-23-1997, SN US Navy Korea, (Woodard.)

Woodard, William Washington; b. 11-05-1882, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Woodcock, Andrew J; b. 04-01-1842, d. 01-16-1915, Pvt., Co. “A” 3rd Ms. Infantry Civil War Veteran (Evergreen-Jackson)

Woodcock, Catherine Geraldine; b. 02-25-1919, d. 05-22-1998, Pfc., US Army WW-2 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Woodham, J.R; b. 1842, d. 03-24-1923, Pvt., Co. “G” 15th Alabama Infantry Civil War Veteran (Ferrell’s-Jackson)

Wooley, William Otis; b. 08-26-1939, d. 11-14-1999, A2C US Air Force (Howell Baptist cemetery) cousin of Betty Radcliff Marshall

Woulard, Benjamin Franklin; b. 09-23-1841, d. 07-14-1919, Sgt., Co. “I” 36th Al. Inf. Civil War Veteran, (State Line-State Line)

Woulard, James; b. 03-18-1837, d. 09-04-1909, Pvt., Co. “I” 36th Ms. Inf, Civil War Veteran (State Line-State Line)

Woullard, Joe Nathan; b. 05-29-1936, d. 05-06-1989, SA US Navy (Sandy Branch)

Woullard, Patterson, (Jr.); b. ______ d. ______, Pvt. US Army, Korea (Sandy Branch)

Woullard, Zattis H; b. 02-23-1936, d. 08-30-1992, AN, US Navy (Sandy Branch)

Wozencraft, John Lawrence b. 12-26-1923, d. 10-20-2005, Engr., WW-2, Korea, Vietnam, Merchant Marines, (Biloxi National Cemetery, Biloxi, Ms.)

Wozencraft, Thomas Dean, b. 07-27-1945, d. 09-19-2001, Major US Army Vietnam Bronze Star, 2 Purple Hearts, (Ball)

Wozencraft, Warren Lynn, b. 09-10-1943, d. 05-20-1970, 26 years of age, Capt. US

Wright, James Carroll (Sr.); b. 02-21-1927, d. 06-12-2011, 84 years old, h/o Lillie Frances Wright, US Army, WW-2, Italy & Pacific Theater, retired from US Air Force in 1966 as Senior Master Sargent from the Strategic Air Command, (Magnolia)

Wright, John Henry (Jr.); b. 08-09-1925, d. 11-16-2012, 87 years old, h/o Vera (Duke) Wright, US Marines, (Biloxi National Cemetery)

Wright, Merril A; b. 04-19-1900, d. 08-04-1962, Pvt. 471st Construction Co. WW-2 (Machpleah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Wright, Vince Lee, b. 10-12-1943, d. 08-30-1979, Pvt., US Army, Vietnam, (Mount Sinai)

Wyatt, Ira Byrd; b. ____, d. 1905, Sgt. Co. “A” 9th Ms. Infantry (Zion Methodist cemetery-Jackson County)

Wyatt, Ira Dewey; b. 11-22-1899, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Wyzard, Hazel Lonette (Tanton); b. 09-24-1928, d. 09-09-1994, S1C, US Navy WW-2 (Mt. Pisgah Community)

Yahn, A.L.; b. 08-31-1893, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Yarbrough, William Lafayette; b. 04-04-1837, d. 11-25-1912,Co. “A” 13th Ms. Enlisted Louiseville, Ms., Civil War Veteran, information by Lisa McKinney, (Rose Hill Cemetery-Meridian) (Tanner’s Chapel Cemetery)

Yates, Ben; b. 02-24-1926, d. 10-28-2013, 87 years old, h/o Clara Jean Yates, US Army, Army, Vietnam, “Killed in Action” section D-6 (Rocky Creek) Purple Heart, He is listed on the Vietnam Memorial Wall on panel 10W, line 073

Yates, F.M; b. ___, d. ___, 1st Lt., (name from Green County Herald article dated 06-12-1925-list of 24th Ms. Infantry- Civil War Veteran (no other information given)

Yates, Leo Franklin, b. 02-14-1911, d. 04-01-1971, inscription U.S. Military veteran (Macedonia)

Yeager, James R; b. 12-11-1892, d. 03-27-1974, Cpl., US Army WW-1 (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Yeager, Lloyd M, b. 07-18-1926, d. 10-09-1986, Tech. 5 US Army WW-2, (Magnolia 5-13-d)

Yon, Frederick; b. 1922, d. 1945, Killed in Action in Okinawa, Purple Heart, Pfc. US Army, buried in the National cemetery Honolulu, T.H. (Memorial at Machpelah cem, Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Yonge, Lloyd Edward (Sr.), b. 06-18-1918, d. 06-07-1985, h/o Althea Yonge, Chief Petty Officer, US Navy, WW-2, (Macedonia)

York, Dallas; b. 12-04-1913, d. 07-22-1950, TECH4 513th Infantry Parachute WW-2 (Pleasant Hill Cem.)

Young, David; b. 11-26-1832, d. 05-21-1905, Pvt., Co. “A” 9th Ms. Cav. Civil War Veteran, (Hillman-Leakesville)

Young, George Washington, b. _______, d. _______, Co. "A" 9th Miss. Cav. Civil War Veteran (Ball)

Young, Robert; b. 09-15-1912, d. 09-01-1986, US Navy, WW-2 (C.F. Ward)

Young, Robert L; b. 09-21-1911, d. 03-19-1930, US Coast Guard, was crushed between two boats on March 18th 1930 in New York Harbor and died the next day. He enlisted in the Navy in November 1929. He was stationed onboard the USS Legare LWMEC-114 at the time of his death. Mr. W.F. Robinson a member of US Coast Guard Base accompanied his remains. (Magnolia 1-364)*Note LWMEC=L stands for Launch; W=stands for Coast Guard; MEC stands for Medium Endurance Cutter

Yrabedra, Frank (Jr.), b. 06-17-1920, d. 01-31-2003, section B-9, Sgt. US Army Air Force, 9th Air Force, WW-2, (Rocky Creek)

Zaworski, Daniel D; b. 04-23-1938, d. 08-01-2003, h/o Eleanor G. Zawroski, HM1 US Navy Vietnam (Machpelah cem. Jackson county) information by Robert Reeves

Zimmerman, Ausie; b. 08-08-1880, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Zimmerman, Barney Lee, b. 02-21-1958, d. 09-02-1993, Pfc., US Army (Lily Grove)

Zimmerman, Sam; b. 01-18-1879, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Zinamon, Lonie; b. 07-05-1900, (registered for WW-1 draft 1917-1918 in George County)

Zirlot, Daniel S; b. ___, d. ___, Co. “A” 3rd Ms., Infantry enlisted in Ocean Springs, Ms., Civil War Veteran, information by Lisa McKinney, no cemetery named





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