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The information and photos posted on this website by the Amite County Historical and Genealogical Society are the result of hundreds of hours spent by its dedicated members and volunteers to discover, preserve, and disseminate information related to the history of Amite County, in keeping with our mission. Updates and additional information will continue to be posted as it becomes available.|
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|Nancy Brown||Zachariah Reeves and Anna Wells|
Please remove your memorials 136683738 and 136683793. These are duplicates of memorials built four years before yours and have many faimly links attached to them. Thank you.
|MHS||Eva ( 119772478) & Claudius ( 130357815) McGehee|
Thank you so much for adding the headstone pictures to their memorials in the Zachariah Reeves Cemetery, Amite Co, MS.
Added by MHS on Aug 06, 2015 9:52 AM
|Judy Ber2c W||Ernestine Barron|
Niece on 1930 census of Monette Wm Barron. She married Joseph Larroque. Is she buried in the Barron cemetery? Thanks
|Mike & Kay||Thompson headstones|
Thanks George -- really appreciate your posting these photos.
Thank you for the photo of her headstone. Now I know this is not mine. My Sarah (Sally) was married to James Smith. Now I have to start looking again. Carolyn
Added by CMC on Mar 13, 2015 11:00 AM
|Bonnie D.||Sarah and George Dier|
Many, many thanks for the photographs of their final resting places.
|NW Mountain Man||Morning W Conway Whittington|
Thank You for the photo. It looks GREAT!
|Carolyn Dennis Kress||William Lindsey|
Thanks so much for taking the nice clear photo of my great grandfathers headstone. I appreciate your time and for being a Find A Grave volunteer.
|"Derek" John B Blount||Andrew W Blount marker|
Thanks very much for the photo. It helps verify some family information.
|Betty Lambert||James H and Alice Wilson|
Thank you for locating and photographing the graves of my great-grand-parents. I now have a visual connection with them that did not exist before.
Your continuing efforts to photograph grave stones in you area is important and very much appreciated by all of us who are searching for our relatives of long past and live too far way to do it our selves.
Again, thank you so very much.
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