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Located near LeTourneau Company, south of Vicksburg, The Church of the Holy Communion (Episcopal) is now known as King David M.B. Church; the building was sold to the Black Baptists in 1926. There was a small graveyard beside the Church and is remembered by several residents of the community, some recall seeing the name Beall engraved on a stone, Families who were active members of the Church in the early 1900's included the Bobbs and Simralls, R.V.Booth wrote in his diary that he served as a pallbearer there August 16, 1901, for Judge Horatio Fleming Simrall. Fisher Funeral Home records indicate that his wife, Mrs. Lydia Newell Simrall, was buried there after her death on April 6, 1898, age 74 and also Mrs. Rosa Beall Simrall, who died January 8, 1899 at age 34, she was the daughter-in-law of Judge Simrall. The Cemetery is thought to have been destroyed during the construction of the Letourneau Company in the early 1940's.