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Junior Ott Cemetery
Lucedale, George County, Mississippi

Lat: 30° 59' 16"N, Lon: 88° 32' 31"W
T1S R6W Section 1

Contributed by James Trussell, Nov 18, 2008, last edited Dec 07, 2008 [carverofwood1260@wmconnect.com].  Total records = 2.

Traveling east on Highway 198 from the city of Lucedale in George County, Mississippi. You will go about 2 miles to the intersection of Highway 63 North. Here you will turn left on highway 63 north and go approximately 5 miles. On your right will be a small grassy road (this road goes into a pasture and is not named) marked by an old black mailbox pole. This post is just past the last house on the right side of this highway before you reach the main highway 98 by-pass. Take this right alongside the yard of the brick house, continue following it for .1 tenth of a mile and here you will see the cemetery.

This is a private family cemetery which was established in August of 1985. The cemetery was very well kept when I was there. You will see a very large pecan tree to the west side of it.

Remember you must get permission to visit this cemetery from the Ott family. They live in the brick house beside the road which you turned on.

I walked this cemetery on Nov 18, 2008, and the information was gathered using all existing and legible headstone inscriptions and temporary grave markers.

- James Trussell
Howell, Brian Edward, b. 01-11-1972, d. 11-21-2005, h/o Sheila (Hinton) Howell, (married 11-29-1995)
Ott, Leonard L. (Jr.), b. 04-06-1925, d. 08-02-1985, S1 US Navy, WW-2, h/o Doris Ott (married 11-08-1947)
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