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Moriana L. (#46996799)
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Dana Meeks
High Hill Baptist Church Cemetery
High Hill Baptist Church Cemetery
Dixon, Neshoba County, Mississippi, USA
I am looking for some relatives that we believe are buried in High Hill. Would you happen to have a complete listing of the cemetery? I am specifically looking for Royal James Brewer, born abt 1892, died unknown; His wife Effie R Wilson Brewer b 5 JAN 1895 died APR 1978; His mother Roxie Ann Barfield Brewer b. 9 JAN 1858 died unknown. Are there any unknown burials in the cemetery.
Any Help would be very much appreciated.
Dana Meeks
Added by Dana Meeks on Apr 28, 2017 12:51 AM
Patty S. Clark
Olgie Lott Pittman - my grandmother
Thank you for the work you are doing! I have added one of my favorite pictures of my grandmother when she was young - hope that's alright!

Again, thank you!
Patty Smith - Clark
daughter of Hattie Pittman Smith
Added by Patty S. Clark on Apr 26, 2017 8:50 AM
Sylvia Dunn
Created by: Moriana L. Record added: Jun 27, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial# 38815341

First, I must thank you for your wonderful work. It's gratifying to be able to search relatives' names and find what I'm looking for.

On the above mentioned memorial, Wilburn Hubert Dunn, who was my father's brother, his father was listed with a middle name, "Lamuel." Annel L. Dunn was my father's father, also. We never heard through our family, that Annel's middle name was Lamuel. Recently, I asked Annel's last remaining child, Roy Dunn, about his father's middle name. He was totally unaware of such a middle name and indeed believes it is not true.

How can I go about getting someone to remove "Lamuel" from Find A Grave?

Again, thank you!

Sylvia Dunn
Added by Sylvia Dunn on Dec 14, 2016 9:11 AM
Ates in Macedonia Baptist Cemetery, Simpson County, Mississippi
Hi Moriana.

Thank you so much for changing the spelling of S. T. Ates to Saint Helena Ates. I visited Macedonia Cemetery last week. The pastor of the church showed me the legend of the plots and the names. I have some additional info I'd like to share with you.

(1) I could not find Saint Helena Ates (or even S. T. Ates) anywhere on the legend or in the cemetery. I'm hoping that it's in your records and you'd share it with me.

(2) I found Saint Helena (and Permelia Ates Crawford's) brother in the same cemetery. His grave is marked R. B. Ates, but I know his name is Roburtous B. Ates.

(3) I found another Ates in the same cemetery that has not been documented on findagrave. He is an uncle or a cousin. I can get you that info too.

(4) I don't think you can help me with this, but I'll ask anyway. I am looking for my 3rd great grandmother, Martha Angelina (Ann or Annie) Sullivan Ates. This was Saint Helena, Permelia, and Roburtous' mother. Her whereabouts after 1864 are a mystery. Her husband (their father, Thomas Ates) and his brother (James) were hung during the Civil War for deserting and becoming a member of the infamous Newt Knight's Company in the "Free State of Jones." They were buried in Newt Knight's cemetery. It is rumored that she remarried a Stuckey and is also buried in Macedonia, but I could not find her. That rumor came from a researcher who passed away a few years back, so I can't question her about it.

I plan to go back over there in the next couple of weeks and take a broom, some grass clippers and a better camera. I'd be glad to send you the pictures and their relationship to each other. I didn't know how far you were from the cemetery. It only takes me about 40-45 minutes to get to it. My personal email is

Thanks again. Carol Frizzell
Added by cdfrizz on Oct 31, 2016 12:05 PM

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