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Pierce Cemetery
Agricola, George County, Mississippi

Contributed by James Trussell, Jan 07, 2009, last edited Apr 04, 2009 [carverofwood1260@wmconnect.com].  Total records = 12.

Start your trip to this cemetery at the Agricola Baptist Church in downtown Agricola, Mississippi. Looking south from the parking lot you will see this cemetery as well as the Agricola Cemetery a short ways down the small blacktop road. This road is the Harmon Pope Road, go down it .2 tenths of a mile and there is a parking place near the chain link fence which surrounds the Agricola Cemetery.

This is a small private family cemetery, but I was told by the owner Mike Pierce, that at a future date it will be merged into the Agricola cemetery, and then will become a part of that cemetery. The cemetery was in very good condition, however there is one unmarked grave, the paper from the temporary grave marker was missing.

I walked this cemetery on Jan 07, 2009, with permission to enter, information being gathered from headstone inscriptions.

- 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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