|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
This cemetery has been destroyed. It was surveyed in 1959 by Gordon Wells and published in Volume 8, Page 177 of the MS Bible and Cemetery Records. At that time it had only six (6) stones. It was surveyed again in 1967 by Ann and Jimme Brown and at that time there were only three (3) stones. In 1995 Ms Brown attempted to do an update survey for her book Jefferson County Mississippi Cemeteries, Etc, Vol. I, but the cemetery had totally disappeared. It was near Lorman on the east side of the the road near where to fork where the road splits to to to Rodney or to Coon Box Forks. In the 1967 survey it was noted by Ms Brown that "the cemetery was at the edge of the woods and had been partially destroyed by soybean planter discing too closely to the graveyard". In 1995 the area had been planted in pine trees.