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Pleasant Hill Cemetery
Basin, George County, Mississippi

Lat: 30° 46' 55"N, Lon: 88° 38' 52"W
T3S R7W Section 13

Contributed by James Trussell, Feb 06, 2008, last edited Mar 06, 2008 [carverofwood1260@wmconnect.com].  Total records = 9.

Start your trip to this cemetery at the intersection of highway 26 west and Old highway 63 south in Lucedale, Mississippi. Take Old highway 63 south and go 4.2 miles, here you will come to the intersection with highway 63 by-pass. Take a left (south) turn onto the highway 63 by-pass and go 6.0 miles. This will be the intersection with Ellis Hodge Road, turn right at this intersection, going another 2.9 miles, to the dead end of this road. Take a right at this intersection which will be River Road, now go .2 miles and on your right will be Pleasant Hill Church Road. As you turn right onto this road Pleasant Hill Cemetery will be on your right.

This cemetery is owned and maintained by the Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church, and is surrounded by a chain link fence.

I walked this cemetery was walked on Feb 06, 2008. Information was taken from all legible temporary grave markers and headstone inscriptions.

- James Trussell
Chisholm, Bryan S, b. 10-07-1907, d. 01-12-1991, h/o Flora
Chisholm, Flora M, b. 11-18-1910, d. 12-18-1999, w/o Bryan
Coleman, James E, b. 05-28-1921, d. 06-22-2005
England, Gary L, b. 03-01-1939, d. 09-15-2006, h/o Lydia
Goldman, John Michael (Jr.), b. 11-04-1975, d. 08-14-2005, "Victory in Jesus"
Harris, James Calvin, b. 06-14-1926, d. 08-16-1995, US Army, WW-2
Moore, Bobbie Jean, b. 09-22-1932, d. 05-16-2001, 68 years old
Moore, Willie Frank, b. 01-12-1929, d. 01-12-2006, 77 years old
Parnell, Nattie Rose (Davis), b. 03-02-1931, d. 06-06-1994, w/o Charles A. Parnell
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