Mississippi USGenWeb Archives

  Eminence Cemetery
Seminary, Covington County

Tombstone Photographs

Directions:  Take Highway 49 North from Hattiesburg to traffic light in Seminary, take a right and go approximately 1/2 mile.  Take a left on Hwy. 535 East.  Eminence Cemetery is about 4 miles on the left.

The photographs in this portion of the archives were contributed by:
Ona Mae Cook  (omc)


(Click on the underlined links to download the tombstone photograph)

Drusilla (Smith), w/o Thomas L. Cook, 1842-1903  (omc)
Ellis, s/o William H. Cook & Rose Estelle Bankston, 1901-1902  (omc)
Estelle (Bankston), w/o William H. Cook, 1874-1957  (omc)
Idell, d/o William H. Cook & Rose Estelle Bankston, 1902-1902  (omc)
John H., s/o Thomas L. Cook & Drusilla Smith, 1873-1907  (omc)
Leroy Bruce, s/o Thomas L. Cook & Drusilla Smith, 1877-1915  (omc)
Susie E., d/o William H. Cook & Rose Estelle Bankston, 1909-1909  (omc)
Thomas L., h/o Drusilla (Smith) Cook, 1846 - 1915  (omc)
William H., h/o Rose Estelle Bankston, 1871-1936  (omc)
Belle Cook, 1880-1948   (omc)
Amanda Jane, d/o Samuel L. & Ann Jane Smith, 1837-1905  (omc)
Lucy Ann, d/o Samuel L. & Ann Jane Smith, 1835-1900  (omc)
Andrew J., h/o Ethel M. Cook, 1888-1981  (omc)
Ethel M. (Cook), w/o Andrew J. Tanner, 1894-1984  (omc)

Do you have any headstone photos from this or any other Mississippi cemetery to add to the collection? If so, see How To Contribute.

This page is maintained by  Rhonda Smith.

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