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Oakwood Cemetery
Tunica, Tunica County, Mississippi

Hwy #4
Tunica, MS

Lat: 34°41'19"N, Lon: 90°24'13"W

The cemetery is about 2 miles west of the town of Tunica. This cemetery is divided between an old and new section.

Some records are on file at the Nowell Memorial Funeral Home 550 River Rd. (County Hwy), Tunica MS (662) 363-1233 (due to a fire, many older records were lost)

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 14.

Contributor's Index:

Black, Blanche M., b. 29 Sep 1903, d. 31 Jul 1930, [JW]
Dobbins, Elias Stevens, b. 29 Apr 1868, d. 8 Jan 1939, h/o Eliza Emma, f/o Raymond, Alta, Edith, and Frances, [JW]
Dobbins, Eliza Emma Barnhart, b. 21 Feb 1870, d. 7 Jan 1939, w/o Elias, m/o Raymond, Alta, Edith, and Frances, d/o William & Lydia Barnhart, [JW]
Dobbins, Harry T., b. 17 Aug 1900, d. 6 Mar 1972, [JW]
Dobbins, Maggie M., b. 17 Sep 1900, d. 23 Apr 1955, [JW]
Kinsey, Margaret Dobbins, b. 14 Dec 1926, d. 28 Dec 1980, [JW]
Lewis, Edith Dobbins, b. 14 May 1898, d. 22 Oct 1948, w/o Roscoe, d/o Elias & Eliza Emma Dobbins, [JW]
Lewis, Frances Azilee, b. 15 Aug 1930, d. 8 Dec 1981, [JW]
Lewis, Holmes Virginia, b. 18 Sep 1927, d. 8 Feb 1950, [JW]
Lewis, Rena Webb, b. 17 Jun 1926, d. 14 Feb 1984, w/o Roscoe Jr., [JW]
Lewis, Roscoe C. Jr., b. 17 Mar 1926, d. 17 Jun 1955, MS T/Sgt 393 Bomb Sq AF Korea AM & 3 OLC, h/o Rena Webb, [JW]
Lewis, Roscoe C., b. 25 Mar 1891, d. 27 Sep 1966, h/o Edith, MS Pvt Co A 132 Infantry WW1 PH, [JW]
Lewis, William David, b. 6 May 1955, d. 4 Apr 1956, s/o Roscoe Jr. & Rena, [JW]
Lewis, William R., b. 20 Sep 1946, d. 15 Oct 1947, s/o Roscoe Jr. & Rena, [JW]

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