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Dan A McLeod Cemetery
Vernal, Greene County, Mississippi

Lat: 31° 01' 42"N, Lon: 88° 36' 10"W

Contributed by James Trussell, Apr 13, 2007 [carverofwood1260@wmconnect.com].  Total records = 14.

Travelling south out of Leakesville, Mississippi on highway 63 you will go 2.3 mile. This will be the intersection with Vernal River Road, Take this right hand (west) turn and proceed west on this road another 9.2 of a mile. Here you will see Vernal/Mcinnis Road on your left, turn left at this intersection and go 1.3 of a mile. On your right will be a sign, "Dan A. McLeod Cemetery", there is a grassy road leading through a clearing in the woods. Follow this lane .2 of a mile and the cemetery will be at the dead end of this lane.

There is no fence surrounding this cemetery, however, it is well kept and is still today owned by the McLeods and their decendents.

I walked this cemetery on Apr 13, 2007. All information was gathered from headstone inscriptions.

- James Trussell
McLeod, Dan A, b. 02-20-1855, d. 12-20-1940
McLeod, Doris, 01-16-1919, d. 03-08-2002
McLeod, Drury, b. 12-30-1919, d. 12-01-1995
McLeod, Ettie (Eubanks), b. 12-30-1900, d. 06-14-1980
McLeod, F. Latimer (Sr.), b. 03-23-1895, d. 07-14-1978
McLeod, infant, b. 03-18-1932, d. 03-21-1932, son of Mr. & Mrs. F.L. Mcleod (Sr.)
McLeod, Kate F, b. 02-03-1863, d. 10-18-1936
McLeod, Katie, b. 07-31-1897, d. 12-06-1913, daughter of Dan & Kate McLeod
McLeod, Mae, b. 02-09-1889, d. 08-30-1963
McLeod, Norman, b. 02-24-1891, d. 11-25-1979
McLeod, Ruth, b. 04-25-1893, d. 02-22-1947
Pipkins, Faye, b. 10-08-1948, d. 10-10-1948
Pipkins, Lee Coyt, b. 02-28-1903, d. 04-07-1986, "Grandpa"
Pipkins, Nellie (McLeod), b. 05-15-1906, d. 05-30-1998, "Grandma"
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