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Union Church Presbyterian Church and Cemetery
Union Church, Jefferson County, Mississippi
"There was a ringing for each car as it struck its wheels on the cattleguard and rode up into the cemetery.  The top of the hill ahead was crowded with winged angels and life-sized effigies of bygone citizens in old-fashioned dress, standing as if by count among the columns and shafts and conifers, like a familiar set of passengers collected on deck of a ship, on which they all knew each other----bona-fide members of a small local excursion, embarked on a voyage that is always returning in dreams."
                                                              Eudora Welty,
The Optimist's Daughter
Union Church Presbyterian Church
Oldest section of cemetery
Isaac and Abba Ann Warren Garrett,
my g-g-grandparents
Stephen Walter and Ella Osborne Dawkins, my g-grandparents
Josiah and Flora Carmichael Garrett, my g-grandparents
Leta Mae Garrett,
daughter of my grandparents,
Edgar and Ada Mae Dawkins Garrett
William Daniel Garrett,
son of my grandparents,
Edgar and Ada Mae Dawkins Garrett
John C. McCormick,
brother of my g-g-grandmother,
Nancy McCormick Carmichael
Annie Garrett,
daughter of my g-grandparents,
Josiah and Flora Carmichael Garrett
Martha V. Dawkins,
daughter of my g-grandparents,
Stephen and Ella Osborne Dawkins
Nannie Garrett McCormick,
wife of Archie McCormick,
daughter of my g-grandparents,
Josiah and Flora Carmichael Garrett
Dougal McCormick,
son of John C. McCormick
My uncle and aunt,
Edgar Josiah Garrett and Bessie Garrett Murray,
standing by the tombstone of their g-grandfather,
Isaac Garrett
SURVEY OF UNION CHURCH CEMETERY         RECORDS OF UNION CHURCH CEMETERY

WARREN FAMILY CEMETERY, JEFFERSON CO., MS

         
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