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Dean Cemetery
Agricola, George County, Mississippi

Lat: 30° 48' 03"N, Lon: 88° 30' 50"W
T3S R5W Section 8

Contributed by James Trussell, Jan 07, 2009, last edited Apr 04, 2009 [carverofwood1260@wmconnect.com].  Total records = 10.

Start in Agricola, Mississippi on the trip to this cemetery. Leave from the Fire Station at the intersection of West Fire Station Road and Highway 613. Head south on highway 613 and go 1.9 miles. Here will be the intersection with Partins Road on your left, take this left hand turn and go .6 tenths of a mile. On your right will be Corley Road, take this right hand turn. Proceed down Corley Road for .7 tenths of a mile. As the road curves to the left there is a large open field on your right with a locked gate.

This is private property and permission must be obtained to enter this gate. Looking out into the middle of this large field you will see a small wooded area. It is about � mile from the gate and is surrounded by a chain link fence. There is included in this cemetery the grave of Frank P. Dean, a former Civil War Veteran and Prisoner of War.

I walked this cemetery on Jan 07, 2009, with permission to enter. The information was gathered using all existing and legible headstone inscriptions and temporary grave markers.

- James Trussell
Dean, Beulah, b. 02-02-1882, d. 10-30-1888
Dean, Della (Jones), b. 05-08-1851, d. 11-02-1882
Dean, Frank P, no dates, Co. 'I' 12th Alabama Inf., wounded in action and Prisoner of War, C.S.A.
Dean, Jane W, b. 1809, d. 11-14-1881 in Jackson County, Mississippi
Dean, Maud, b. 04-27-1884, d. 09-25-1900
Dean, Melvina J, b. 12-04-1837, d. 03-31-1889, born in Clark County, Alabama
Dean, Olga Emitt, b. 1877, d. 1929
Dean, Thos. Jeffery, b. 06-02-1811, d. 02-26-1882, born in Macon County, Tenn.
Tucker, John S, b. 03-08-1830, d. 06-19-1900
Tucker, Rebecca, b. 03-27-1825, d. 05-06-1917
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