Abandoned cemetery located in pine woods approximately one mile behind home of Early Standard, on old Natchez Trace north of Kosciusko. All markers of native brown sandstone and very eroded and broken. Some years ago a forest fire destroyed all of the large cedar trees in this cemetery and perhaps hastened the deterioration of the remaining stones. Copied on 1 April 1962.
Colmon ? B ? (could be Solmon or Colmon)
Jesse E (or B) BROWNING (could be Jossee)
Y E S 183?
Casey Gla ?
Andrew J. BAIN married Martha BROWNING and are buried in this cemetery.
Andrew J. BAIN was the son of Murdock and Nancy Sinclair BAIN
( ) Information not on tombstone but added by historians
* two or more names on one tombstone (double, triple, etc., stone)
# two or more names on one tombstone (double, triple, etc., stone)
(F.H.M) temporary Funeral Home Marker
Grave Noticeable grave without a tombstone
grave - F.H.M. Noticeable grave with unreadable Funeral Home Marker
(M.E.) Masonic Emblem on the tombstone
(E.S.E.) Eastern Star Emblem on the tombstone
(W.O.W.E.)(W.O.W.) Woodsman of World Emblem on the tombstone
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