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Mallette Cemetery
Lucedale, George County, Mississippi

Lat: 30° 52' 27"N, Lon: 88° 33' 40"W, approx

Contributed by James Trussell, Apr 03, 2007 [carverofwood1260@wmconnect.com].  Total records = 18.

We will begin the trip to this cemetery on main street (old hwy 98) in Lucedale, Miss. Take Mill street south to the four way stop sign, about a mile. Turn left onro highway 613 and go approximately 4.0 miles, you will pass Union Missionary Baptist Church on your right in a very sharp curve. You will take the first dirt road to the right and on your right is a small very dense parcel of woods where you will find the cemetery.

This is a small and almost forgotten family cemetery. I was able to identify only 5 headstones in the cemetery. There are remnants of many wooden markers, however, the termites have long since removed any signs of lettering from them. The cemetery is in very bad condition, really impossible to see many parts of it.

I have spoken to a Mrs. Barbara (Mallette) Eley, who is a relative of some of those buried in this cemetery. She is to provide me with a copy of names of those known to be buried in this cemetery.

Those entries followed by an asterisk * were taken from old family records provided to me by Mrs. Eley. This is not a complete list of all burials, but is all the family has at this time.

I walked this cemetery on Mar 26, 2007, and have transcribed from all existing and legible headstone and markers.

- James Trussell
Bryan, infant, no dates, baby child of Blake Bryan *
Bufkin, Corine, b. 01-06-192?, d. 06-29-192?, daughter of Issac & Chlora (Horne) Bufkin *
Dungan, infant, no dates, child of Mammie Dungan *
Gibson, Robert T, b. 11-01-1818, d. 04-01-1881
Gibson, Selena, b. 01-15-1834, d. 02-11-1903
Holder, Dolly, no dates,, struck and killed by lightning while in second grade *
Mallet, Elizabeth (Tillman), b. 1814, d. after 1900, (she was listed on 1900 census but was not listed on 1910 census) *
Mallet, John "Jean", b. 1792, d. 1885, was the original settler of this old homestead. He originally came to the United States from Normandy, France.(notice spelling of last name and how it changes to his kinsfolk) *
Mallette, Charlie, b. 1871, d. 1914 husband of Mary (Finch) Mallette *
Mallette, Louisa, no dates, (sold the Mallet homestead to a Mrs. Fletcher (Horne) Reads father about 1909) *
Mallette, Samuel, b. 1844, d. 1888, Co. "K" 15th Ala. Cav. (C.S.A.)
Mallette, William Lewis, b.10-25-1838, d.11-15-1863, Co. "L" 27th Miss. Inf. (C.S.A.)
Mallette, William, b. 1838, d. 1865, died from T.B. *
Pendarvis, Evan, b. ??-05-1878, d. 1918 (died in flu epidemic and was buried at night. *
Pendarvis, James, b. ??-01-1855, d. 1918 *
Rouse, Rebecca, b. 11-16-1875, d. 05-26-1920, wife of Ira Rouse
Tanner, baby, no dates *
Tanner, Bliss, no dates, his son was named Myrdie G. Tanner Mississippi Baptist Church Preacher *
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