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Eubanks Cemetery
Bexley, George County, Mississippi

Lat: 30° 57' 40"N, Lon: 88° 38' 06"W

Contributed by James Trussell, May 04, 2007 [carverofwood1260@wmconnect.com].  Total records = 13.

Leaving Lucedale, Mississippi on Beaver Dam Road, you will be going north. At the intersection of Beaver Dam Road and Highway 98 by-pass, you will take a left hand turn. You will be heading west and will go approximately 2 miles and you will see the Ernest Pipkins Road on your right. Take this right hand turn and the cemetery will be immediately on your left.

This is a private family cemetery and you will need permission to visit it. There is a chain link fence surrounding this cemetery, and a rather large ornate set of Iron Gates at the main entrance. I was given permission to walk this cemetery by Mr. Jim Busby.

All information was gathered from headstone inscriptions and temporary grave markers, when I walked this cemetery on May 04, 2007.

- James Trussell
Busby, Mary Anner, b. 11-04-1947, d. 10-19-2000
Eubanks, Charlie A, b. 10-25-1894, d. 01-28-1946
Eubanks, Daughter, b. 06-14-1944, d. 06-14-1944
Eubanks, George P, b. 08-20-1866, d. 03-16-1922
Eubanks, George Porter, b. 07-30-1914, d. 02-02-1993
Eubanks, infant, b. 06-14-1944, d. 06-14-1944, (George Eubanks), "Gone To Be An Angel"
Eubanks, James Bryant, b. 01-24-1904, d. 05-22-1971, "Father"
Eubanks, Jimmie Nell, b. 11-09-1924, d. 11-09-2002, "Mother"
Eubanks, Mary A, b. 09-16-1874, d. 03-12-1926
Eubanks, Minnie (Erkhart), b. 10-21-1916, d. 12-24-1976
Eubanks, son, b. 03-09-1950, d. 03-09-1950
Eubanks, William C, b. 07-26-1896, d. 12-13-1961, Pvt 61st Co. 162nd Depot Brigade, WW-1 (Mississippi)
Lott, Sadie (Eubanks), b. 12-15-1901, d. 07-14-1988
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