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James Family Cemetery
Vernal, Greene County, Mississippi

Lat: 31° 00' 46"N, Lon: 88° 38' 12"W
T1N R5W Sec 31

Contributed by James Trussell, Apr 06, 2007 [carverofwood1260@wmconnect.com]. Total records = 12.

In George county, Ms., traveling on highway 98 by-pass into Greene County travel west until you come to Carolyn's Community Grocery which will be located on your right as you are headed west out of Lucedale, Ms. on the by-pass. Take the road to the right just before the store entrance, it is named Bexley Road North. Stay on this road 3.0 miles and you will come to a stop sign. Looking directly across from the intersection you will see James Family Cemetery. You will turn left on Ford James Road (formally know as the Palestine Garden Road), and then immediately turn right to enter the cemetery.

This small family cemetery is surrounded by a chain link fence on all sides and is well kept.

I walked this cemetery on Mar 03, 2007. All information was taken from headstone inscriptions and temporary grave markers.

- James Trussell
James, Bessie Mary Lou, b. 09-07-1916, d. 01-27-1986
James, Cheryl L, b. 05-22-1969, d. 03-28-1986, age 16yr
James, Chester W, b. 11-30-1897, d. 11-23-1964
James, Cornell Ford, 01-29-1914, d. 12-31-2006
James, Emma Azaline, b. 01-05-1902, d. 12-23-1975, wife of H.T. James
James, Eva Mae, b. 09-09-1901, d. 07-17-1989
James, Henry T, b. 10-11-1870, d. 11-20-1954
James, Leibert D, b. 09-08-1909, d. 08-07-1930
James, Mary (Williams), b. 05-12-1878, d. 07-12-1935, wife of H.T. James
James, Ruby Mae, b. 12-11-1911, d. 09-11-1919, daughter of H.T. & Mary James
James, Verba Wray, b. 08-16-1907, d. 01-12-1998
Loper, Loy V, b. 10-25-1938, d. 12-22-1998
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