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Pearce Family Cemetery
Perry County, Mississippi

Highway 29 South
Camp Shelby Military Res. MS

Lat: 31° 07' 47"N, Lon: 89° 03' 46"W
T2N R11 W Section 14

Compiled and contributed by Joe McSwain, Aug 26, 2002 [mcswain@netdoor.com].  Total records = 8.

To get to this Cemetery, from the intersection of Highway 98 & Highway 29 in New Augusta, go 1.9 miles South on Highway 29 to Dirt road on the right. (There is a sign by this road that reads Sweetwater Cemetery.) Turn right onto this dirt road and go 4.6 miles to the Red Hill Crossroads. Turn right on Red Hill (dirt) road and go 0.8 mile and then turn right onto an old Log road. Go 0.1 mile down the log road to the Cemetery which will be on the Left.

Compiled by Robert J. McSwain, Sr. and Robert J. McSwain, Jr. in the summer of 2002.

- Joe McSwain

Ferguson, Donald Lenwood, b. Nov 11, 1920, d. Nov 28, 1927
Pearce, Alfred, no dates, Corporal, Company E, 3rd Cav. Res., CSA
Pearce, Annie Rebbeca, b. Jun 16, 1868, d. Apr 17, 1940, Wife of Alfred
Pearce, Eliza I., b. Apr 19, 1876, d. June 29, 1902
Pearce, James E., b. Oct 19, 1873, d. Nov 24, 1935
Pearce, John C., b. Mar 21, 1843, d. Mar 30, 1904
Pearce, Lou A., b. Jan 06, 1850, d. Jan 02, 1916, Wife of John C.
Pearce, Thomas H., b. Dec 13, 1885, d. Oct 17, 1918, Battery B, 75 C.A.S., WWI

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