Attala County, Mississippi

            


McCord Cemetery
Attala County, Mississippi



Location: T15N-R8E-S10
Located off the old Natchez Trace north of Kosciusko about twelve miles; turn off the Trace on an abandoned road to the left about a half mile before reaching the Lamar Burchfield home. It is on a high bank beside the road but is difficult to locate. The portion where the Crosbys are buried has been cleaned but the other part is badly overgrown. Copied Sept 24,1959, by Mrs. Ernest Akin and Mrs. E. C. Fenwick of Kosciusko.



Reuben A. CROSBY, Sept 1,1870 - May 22,1907
Infant son of Mr. & Mrs. R. A. CROSBY, Sept 30,1905 - Dec 18,1905
Infant son of Mr. & Mrs. R.A. CROSBY, b & d Sept 30,1905
Ashgal Chapel CROSBY, Feb 23,1881 - May 12,1900
William Dixon CROSBY, Dec 1859 - Feb 25,1885
John A. ROBERTS, Sept 8,1860 - Feb 19,1863, son of A.P. & E.E.Roberts
Mattie Louella BRUNT, June 15,1871 - Mar 7,1875, dau of James & E.E.Brunt
Elvira E. BRUNT, Dec 23,1833 - June 18,1890, wife of James Brunt
D. F. PEE, Dec 13,1849 - July 29,1912
Infant son of D.F. & C.A. PEE, b & d 18 Dec 1886
Chery PEE, Nov 25,1856 - May 16,1927, wife of D.F.Pee
Bettie Arazona PEE, Oct 18,1888 - July 12,1890, dau of D.F. & C.A.Pee
Nancy J. CROSBY, Nov 20,1836 - Feb 21,1880, wife of German H.Crosby
German H. CROSBY, Apr 9,1830 - Feb 19,1885 (M.E.)
Infant children of A.D. & J. CUMMINS, b & d Nov 11,1877
Infant son of I. & S.E. WILSON, died Nov 6,1851, aged 1 day
Mary PEELER, died Mar 8,1849 - aged 42 yrs 11 mos 11 days, wife of Anthony Peeler
Anthony PEELER, Jan 13,1802 - Aug 12,1865
V. S. BELL, 1810 - 1876 (concrete box )
W. H. BELL, 1859 - 1868 (concrete box)
(Note: The two Bell graves are slightly away from the others and are overgrown
so as to be hard to find - the Burchfield children told us where to look for
them or we might easily have missed them.)

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Abbreviations Used:
( )     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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