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McInnis Cemetery
Vernal, Greene County, Mississippi

Lat: 31° 02' 01"N, Lon: 88° 36' 45"W

Contributed by James Trussell, Apr 13, 2007, last edited Apr 16, 2007 [carverofwood1260@wmconnect.com].  Total records = 12.

Traveling south on highway 63 from Leakesville, Mississippi, you will go 2.3 of a mile to an intersection with Vernal River Road on your right (west side of the road). Take this road for 9.2 miles (heading west/southwest), and there will be another intersection, this time on your left, named Vernal/McInnis Road. Turn left onto this road and go .5 tenths of a mile and on your left will be the entrance to Vernal Presbyterian Church. Turn into the church grounds and immediately on your left will be the McInnis Cemetery.

The cemetery is owned and maintained by the McInnis family. There is a chain link fence surrounding the cemetery and it is in good condition.

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

- James Trussell
Copeland, Opal (McInnis), b. 04-19-1930, d. 06-13-1998
Crow, Bobby Everett, b. 06-10-1923, d. 10-19-1988
McInnis, Ila, b. 10-13-1898, d. 12-05-1938
McInnis, Leo Everett, b. 08-26-1917, d. 09-09-1956, 2nd Lt. 4th Marines, 6th Marine Div. WW-2 Korea PH
McInnis, Ronnie, b. 08-11-1936, d. 06-22-1958
McInnis, Willie Pat, b. 08-03-1922, d. 12-20-2003, PFC US Marine Corps (Purple Heart)
McInnis, Willie, b. 12-15-1888, d. 10-10-1950
Owens, James Hilliard, b. 03-07-1920, d. 04-22-1995
Owens, LaVonia (McInnis), b. 05-30-1919, d. 04-24-1998
Pate, Terry Lynn (Miller), b. 01-30-1947, d. 01-05-2005
Reppond, Clifford O "Bill", b. 02-24-1911, d. 03-15-1992
Reppond, Daisy (McInnis), b. 11-28-1915, d. 07-23-1986
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