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Sweet Pilgrim Cemetery
Benndale, George County, Mississippi

Lat: 30° 51' 14"N, Lon: 88° 50' 53"W
T2S R9W Section 24

Contributed by James Trussell, Dec 10, 2007 [carverofwood1260@wmconnect.com].  Total records = 14.

Heading west on highway 26 out of Benndale, Mississippi you will go a couple of miles, there you will cross a small bridge. When you cross the bridge there will be a sign on your left for Sweet Pilgrim Cemetery. There is a small woods road by the sign and the cemetery is at the dead end of this small unnamed road, across the road and 1/4 mile east of the church.

The cemetery is surrounded by a fence, and there were several unmarked graves. The cemetery belongs to Sweet Pilgrim Church and they provide maintenance and upkeep for it.

I walked this cemetery on Dec 07, 2007. The information was gathered using all existing and legible headstone inscriptions and temporary grave markers.

- James Trussell
Clayton, Linda, b. 1957, d. 1999
Clayton, Percy L. (Jr.), b. 05-29-1951, d. 01-10-2005
Clayton, Percy, b. 06-18-1919, d. 01-30-1981
Dickey, Wilma, b. 1958, d. 1997
Fairley, Ardean, b. 1886, d. 1977, Private, US Army, WW-1
Fairley, B, b. 12-01-1867, d. 05-01-1941, "Father"
Fairley, D, b. 01-08-1878, d. 02-03-1928, "Mother"
Fairley, Ellis, b. 08-15-1901, d. 09-08-1984
Fairley, Fannie P, b. 04-16-1902, d. 01-02-1977
Fairley, H.O, b. 09-26-1911, d. unknown
Fairley, M.O, b. 10-04-1914, d. unknown
Mitchell, Mrs. Bernice (Fairley), no other information available
Ray, Charles E, b. 11-27-1937, d. 01-23-2004, United States Air Force
Thomas, Ozean, b. 11-19-1928, d. 01-31-1987
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