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Alford Family Cemetery
Pisgah, Greene County, Mississippi

Lat: 31° 06' 07"N, Lon: 88° 27' 53"W

Contributed by James Trussell, Apr 07, 2007 [carverofwood1260@wmconnect.com]. Total records = 17.

Traveling south from Leakesville, Mississippi on highway 63 for about 9 miles, you will come to the intersection of highway 63 south and highway 594. Turn left off of highway 63 onto highway 594. Travel on this road 1.8 miles and turn left onto Herman Denmark Road. Immediately on your left will be the cemetery.

The Alford Family Cemetery is surrounded by a chain link fence on all sides and it is in good condition.

This small family cemetery dates back to about 1957, judging from the stones, and is owned and maintained by the Alford Family.

I walked this cemetery on Apr 06, 2007. All information was taken from headstone inscriptions and temporary grave markers.

- James Trussell
Alford, James D, b. 11-08-1916, d. 01-14-1982, US Army WW-2
Alford, John Henry, b. 05-20-1918, d. 06-15-1967
Alford, Johnnie Lee, b. 09-19-1890, d. 03-07-1957
Alford, Julie (Miller), b. 03-16-1894, d. 09-30-1974
Alford, Marcia V, b. 08-01-1934, d. 11-10-1986
Alford, Melvin (Jr.), b. 11-16-1949, d. 07-31-1994
Alford, Melvin, b. 08-27-1913, d. 04-01-1983
Alford, Pearl E, b. 04-19-1928, d. 05-07-1996
Beech, Horace R, b. 12-07-1901, d. 02-13-1960
Beech, Martha J, b. 07-09-1911, d. 02-02-2003
Cottingham, Angelia Joy, b. 12-01-1963, d. 05-15-1964
Cottingham, Gladys (Beech), b. 06-04-1931, d. 05-15-1964
Miller, Johnny "POD", b. 1905, d. 1971
Vess, Allen, b. 08-01-1960, d. 08-03-1960
Vess, Allie Mae, b. 01-02-1922, d. 04-21-2001
Vess, Michael J, b. 03-08-1973, d. 05-07-1973
Vess, Walter Harrison (Sr.), b. 08-08-1918, d. 04-14-2005, PFC US Army WW-2
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