Home > United States > Mississippi > Perkins Cemetery

Search Mississippi Death Records


Perkins Cemetery
Washington, Adams County, Mississippi

Compiled and contributed by Evelyn Bell Crouch, Christie Crouch Genola [cgenola@dixie-net.com] and Derick Spinks.  Total records = 4.

Directions: From Natches, take Hwy 61 north to Starns Drive, turn right. Starnes used to be called Washington Street. (There is a Mobile Service Station and a Crystal). Take the first left (Greenfield Drive). This is a subdivision. Go to the end of Greenfield Drive and turn right, (Traceside) this is a dead end road. About two houses back from the dead end, on the left, there is a grass section. Go to the end of this grass section and go through the tree-made gate. Turn right and walking you will go about 1055 feet. Turn right into the woods and walk about 48 feet. Turn left and walk about 64 feet. The cemetery has a brick wall around it. Unfortunately, with a huge gully, some of the graves and wall have fallen into the gully. There is a big tree located in the middle of the cemetery.

Special thanks to a young man, Derek Spinks, of Washington, MS who helped us find this cemetery. Although we were looking for the Grave of Colonel Thomas Rodney, is it always wonderful finding other cemeteries.

- Christie Crouch Genola

M'Collough, Mary Jane, daughter of Charles & Elizabeth Perkins, b. 12 July, broken stone, d. 12 Jan. broken stone.
Perkins, Charles, son of Joseph & Sarah Perkins, b. 22 May 1738, d. 30 June 1834
Perkins, Sarah - concort of Joseph Perkins
Perkins, Joseph Sen'r
Placque which states: In memory of Perkins: 1788-1988, Joseph & Sarah, by his descendants, 9 Apr. 1988.

cemetery records

A free online library of cemetery records from thousands of cemeteries across the world, for historical and genealogy research.

Clear Digital Media, Inc.

What makes us Different?

Single-sourced, not crowd-sourced

Each transcription we publish comes from a single-source, be it the cemetery office, government office, church office, archived document, a tombstone transcriber. Other websites already do an excellent job of crowd-sourcing a single cemetery together. But genealogists also need to see the original records from a single source. That's what we offer.