Attala County, Mississippi

            


WEST UNION PRESBYTERIAN CEMETERY
Attala County, Mississippi



Location: T14N-R7E-S32
Located on Hwy 43 South of Kosciusko, just to the right of the highway beside a church. In 1986 the church was torn down and moved. Copied June 1957 by Mrs. Joyce Jackson Bruce of Kosciusko.



John C. JOHNSON, Apr 15,1839 - Nov 16,1881
Mary Perkins JOHNSON, Sept 30,1836 - Dec 27,1935, wife of John C.Johnson
Will Davis JOHNSON, May 29,1906 - July 10,1934
Rufie H. JOHNSON, Oct 1,1887 - July 20,1939
Will W. JOHNSON, Dec 12,1874 - Dec 12,1926
John Howard JOHNSON, Aug 1,1904 - Oct 24,1907
Thomas H. JA(ckso)N, died Sept ?, 1940, age 57 yrs 5 mo 0 days (F.H.M.)
George Tilden WOODFIN, Sept 1,1876 - Aug 28,1944
Alice WOODFIN, Dec 30,1879 - Sept 2,1912, wife of George T. Woodfin
Ralph Grady WOODFIN, June 27,1905 - Aug 28,1905, son of George and Alice Woodfin
Herbert Ralston CARTER, Dec 2,1897 - Nov 12,1952
Lela West CARTER, Dec 11,1867 - July 23,1947 Mother
Dr. C. W. CARTER, Nov 24,1855 - Nov 12,1899 Husband
Martha HITCH, Jan 13,1919 - Jan 14,1919
Mai Belle RAY, May 25,1889 - Apr 13,1915
Edwin Allen WALKER, Nov 29,1909 - Apr 29,1918
W. Thomas PARKER, May 21,1889 - Feb 20,1950
Two graves
David Leon THOMPSON, Mar 9,1907 - May 27,1907, son of Mr.& Mrs. A.G.Thompson
Norby H. PERKINS, died Oct 24,1951, aged 63 yrs
H. B. THOMPSON, Co A 32 Georgia Inf C.S.A.
Grave
James Irving WEST, 1874 - 1935
E. A. WEST, Apr 9,1843 - Nov 23,1913
Jane E. WEST, May 19,1846 - Feb 13,1906, wife of E. A. West
Bess West GUNTER, Aug 27,1870 - Jan 14,1926
Jack Gunter HOLLINGSWORTH, Feb 2,1919 - Nov 21,1926
Baby HOLLINGSWORTH, Mar 16,1928
Ruth Hale GRAHAM, July 8,1926 - Nov 25,1934
Elizabeth M. PRATT, May 18,1918 - Oct 15,1952
Edward Walker LACEY, July 26,1875 - Nov 1,1945 *
Addie Hooper LACEY, Sept 29,1876 - Dec 7,1956 *
Elizabeth Thomson LACEY, Nov 29,1913 - Sept 9,1917, dau of E.W. & Addie H. Lacey
William W. HOOPER, 1854 - 1930
Grave




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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