Traveling south from
View road on your left. Take this left hand turn and go another 1.9 miles and on the right under some rather large trees you will see several headstones.
This is the
This cemetery was in a grassy area and as I walked it I noticed an old chain link fence directly behind this cemetery, it was in a very dense partial of woods.
Several large trees were also down around this small fenced in area, and I believe they are from Hurricane Katrina. There were a couple of headstones in the
small fenced in area and I will add them to the bottom of the Ward listing and note them separately. The latest burial in the
and in the small fenced in area it was in 1924.The cemetery was walked by Jimmy Trussell, firstname.lastname@example.org and all information was taken from headstone inscriptions.
Ward, Fannie S; b. 08-02-1881, d. 12-06-1909, wife of J.M. Ward
Ward, Edgar (unreadable); b. 08-30-1886, d. 10-22-1895
Ward, L. Grady; b. 02-13-1897, d. 11-20-1900
Ward, Lizzie (Mallett); b. ??-??-1858, d. ??-??-1932
Ward, Lorenzo S; b. 06-06-1854, d. 02-04-1912, 57 years old
Davis, Louella M; b. 01-26-1877, d. 11-22-1903
Davis, Luna Lucile; b. 08-27-1900, d. 04-18-1909, Dau. of L.L. & L.M. Davis
Eckhoff, Jakealene R; b. 03-16-1855, d. 06-16-1924,"Mother" (inside fenced in area)
Eckhoff, Johann H; b. 10-19-1845, d. 08-23-1915, (inside fenced in area)
Charles L; b. 09-18-1869, d. 09-21-1910, "Husband"
(inside fenced in area