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Calcote Cemetery
Lincoln County, Mississippi

Lat: 31° 32' 27"N, Lon: 90° 37' 31"W

Submitted by Paul Petersen, Mar 06, 2004 [nickdenley@earthlink.net]. Total records = 18.

To reach from Brookhaven, take Zetus Rd. to Posey Rd. south, on left. You will pass the small community of Williams on the right about 3/4 mile from the cemetery on Posey Rd.

Family cemetary on private land. In good condition. Permission should be asked go visit the cemetery from the property owner.

I walked and indexed this cemetery on Mar 06, 2004.

- Paul Petersen

Calcote, Bessie B., b. 22 Jun 1907, d. 23 Sep 1973
Calcote, Buster M., b. 13 Jan 1901, d. 1 Apr 1974
Calcote, Daniel T., b. 7 Oct 1942, d. 10 Dec 1967
Calcote, Godaurd, b. 11 Dec 1907, d. 20 Jan 1985
Calcote, James L, d. 27 Jul 1858, age: 22yr
Calcote, James, b. unknown, d. 16 Jul 1838, Service Star, War of 1812
Calcote, Jimmie Lee, b. 22 Jan 1895, d. 17 Jul 1895
Calcote, L. E., b. 26 Feb 1847, d. 13 Nov 1928
Calcote, Lizzie Lee, d. 23 Jun 1860, age: 1yr 8mo 4da, daughter of Mary M, and J.L. Calcote
Calcote, Mary Lydia, b. 7 Nov 1927, d. no date
Calcote, Robert, b. 13 Jan 1903, d. 3 Nov 1969
Calcote, Roy B., b. 15 Dec 1927, d. 10 Jun 1986
Calcote, Sr. John, b. 1755 Newport Parrish, Colony of VA, d. 1830 in Franklin County, MS DAR Headstone, Served in the Revolutionary War under Gen. Francis Marion (The Swamp Fox) SC
Calcote, Walter R., b. 13 Feb 1922, d. 1 Aug 1973
Calcote, Bertha, b. 29 Nov 1898, d. 26 Oct 1901
Calcote, Una Mary, b. 18 Apr 1877, d. 28 Oct 1961
Calcote, Viola, b. 12 Jun 1850, d. 26 Apr 1890, wife of Lee
Calcote, Woodrow V., b. 20 Sep 1912, d. 2 Mar 1914
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