Mississippi Cemetery Records

Mississippi Cemetery records are listed by county then name of cemetery within the Mississippi county. Most of these are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we list the listing when it is only a partial listing.


Collection:
United States Cemetery Records: A directory of resources providing online access to United States Cemetery records. Copyright 1999-2020, AccessGenealogy.

5 thoughts on “Mississippi Cemetery Records”

  1. Charles Loggins Thompson

    Hello, I am looking for any information you may be to provide on my great great grandmother Virginia (Jennie) Loggins. She lived in Choctaw, MS, Webster County and was married to Miles Loggins. She is listed on the Dawes roll as a Mississippi Choctaw Reject #4665. She was interviewed by the Department of The Interior Commission To the Five Civilized Tribes Museum in 1902 seeking to relocate to Indian Territory (Oklahoma) and was denied and died there in Mississippi sometime before 1910. After her death her husband and children relocated to Oklahoma as documented on the U.S. Census. Any information you could provide about her whereabouts or any other information would be very much appreciated. All of her family is in what is now called Oklahoma and we are desperately wanting to locate her grave. Thank you in advance for you considerations. Peace and Blessings to you.
    P.S. forgive me if this message was posted twice however it did not appear that the original one went thru.

  2. Charles Loggins Thompson

    Hello, I am looking for my great great grandmother Virginia (Jennie) Loggins. Who was in Choctaw, Ms, Webster county and was married to Miles Loggins. She is listed as a Mississippi Choctaw Reject #4665. She was interviewed by the Department of Interior Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes M.C. R. 4665, in 1902 trying to relocated to Indian Territory but was denied. She died in Mississippi sometime before 1910 and her husband and children later relocated to Indian Territory. Any information regarding her burial, or miscellaneous info would be greatly appreciated.

  3. I am having difficulty finding my ancestor who died in Grenada, Miss., obit. in Jackson, Miss.,Buried in Winona, Miss. for Frank Huggins. Also his mom and dad. Patsy Huggins died in 1940’s in a Winona hospital and buried in Winona and Alex Huggins I think also died in Winona between 1921 and 1940. I would be so thankful for any help you could give.

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