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Miller Cemetery
Greene County, Mississippi

Lat: 31° 01' 12"N, Lon: 88° 42' 42"W
T1N R? Sec 29

Contributed by James Trussell, Mar 24, 2007 [carverofwood1260@wmconnect.com].  Total records = 17.

Traveling northwest out of George County, Ms. into Greene County, Ms., on highway 98 by-pass. You will cross the Chickasawhay River bridge, take the first blacktop road to the right after you cross the river bridge.

This is the old highway 98 that was used prior to the by-pass being constructed. The Miller Cemetery is about .04 tenths of a mile on your right.

This appears to be a small family cemetery which dates back to the early 1900s. It is surrounded by a chain link fence and is well maintained.

I walked this cemetery on Mar 24, 2007, and the information was gathered using all existing and legible headstone inscriptions and temporary grave markers.

- James Trussell
Goff, Ina, b. 01-04-1903, d. 05-12-1934, daughter of A.S. and Lucy A. Miller
McLendon, B. (McKintosh), b. 02-26-1890, d. 04-24-1904
Miller, A. L., b.10-20-1894, d. 01-26-1916
Miller, Alexander Stephen, b.01-24-1874, d. 09-01-1950
Miller, Edward Carrol, b. 02-22-1938, d. 05-25-1960
Miller, Floid E, b. 02-15-1898, d. 07-22-1898, son of A.S./L.A. Miller
Miller, infant, b. 02-21-1945, d. 02-21-1945, s/o Mr. & Mrs. Tom Miller
Miller, J. M, b. 08-24-1840, d. 10-08-1920
Miller, Lucy Alize (Thomas), b. 05-16-1877, d. 09-24-1953
Miller, Martha, b. 01-30-1841, d. 01-09-1896, wife of J.M. Miller
Miller, Mary (Taylor), b. 01-10-1862, d. 03-17-1942
Miller, Ramona Kay, d. 12-05-1962
Miller, Thomas W. (Jr.), b. 02-20-1934, d. 11-25-1996, "Tommy"
Miller, Thomas W, b. 08-10-1910, d. 01-01-1982
Taylor, Alice (Ball), b. 06-29-1891, d. 04-19-1950
Taylor, Melton L, b. 06-25-1890, d. 01-31-1971
Taylor, Melton Palmer, b. 12-06-1914, d. 11-25-1940
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