This land was once home of the Choctaw Indians. The first white man to settle on this land was Stephen Jarrell. Jarrell formed the first white settlement on the edge of Picayune.
Mr. Lamont Rowlands purchased this property in the early 1900's, the old Kimball place, from the heirs, renovated it and named it "The Hermitage." In 1939, Mr. Rowlands sold "The Hermitage" to Mr. R. H. Crosby.
Located on the private estate of R. H. Crosby, Picayune, Pearl River County, Mississippi. The people buried here were pioneers in the development of Picayune.
**All information in this write-up and on each memorial was gathered from historical information in the Pearl River County Library.
- Added: 25 Jun 2012
- Find A Grave Cemetery: #2454786
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