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Rawls Cemetery
Lincoln County, Mississippi

Lat: 31° 23' 50"N, Lon: 90° 19' 51"W

Submitted by Earl Alexander, Apr 27, 2004 [dukerl42@bellsouth.net]. Total records = 8.

From the signal light in downtown Summit, MS., proceed north on US hiway 51, 2.8 miles and make a right turn onto Guy-Barkdull Road and proceed 1.4 miles until arriving at the stop sign at Johnston Station Road. Make a right hand turn and almost immediately make a left hand turn onto Alfords Bridge Road. Stay on Alfords Bridge Road for 1.9 miles and make a left turn onto River Road North. After .5 miles make a right turn onto Moaks Creek Road where you will enter Lincoln county.

Just after entering Lincoln county, make a left hand turn onto Pricedale Drive, S.E. After traveling another 1.1 mile the road will curve to the right. At this point it will enter WindMill Drive. Proceed 1.7 miles on Windmill Dr. and the Rawls cemetery will be on the left side of road at the junction of Windmill Dr. and Bobby Gates Lane,SE.

Cemetery is about seventy five feet square with a chain link fence around it. It is not very well kept up. I was not able to find out who owns it. Judging from the dates on the stones, it is not used anymore, with some unmarked graves.

This was compiled after a walk through on 27 Apr 2004.

- Earl Alexander

Johnston, Mary E., b. 23 Feb 1875, d. 30 Jul 1878, dau. of D.W. & A.A. Johnston
Rawls, ??, b. 24 Aug 1848, d. 8 Mar 1892
Rawls, H. W., b. 6 Oct 1875, d. 24 Jun 1878
Rawls, Mary Elizabeth, b. 2 Mar 1853, d. 31 Aug 1939, 86 Years
Roberts, James A., 1858, d. 1926
Roberts, Josephene P., 1858, d. 1939
Roberts, Nancy (Johnston), (no other info)
Roberts, Wade Hampton, 5 Apr 1824, s/w Nancy Johnston
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