Mississippi USGenWeb Archives

  Southern Memorial Park Cemetery,

 Harrison County, MS

Tombstone Photographs

Southern Memorial Park (cl)

Location: 2076 Beach Blvd.
Highway 90 across from the President Casino.

The photographs in this portion of the archives were taken by:
Cathy Little (cl)
John Pritchard (jp)


(Click on the underlined links to download the tombstone photograph)
Annie M._Reeder (jp) 
Charles H_Reeder (jp) 
Estelle K._Reeder (jp)
Bertha Slater Spicer born in 1885 and died in 1958 She was married to Richard Spicer.  He is buried in
Greenwood Cemetery.  (That picture is online).   She is buried here next to her son Edward Spicer. Bertha and Richard are also the parents of Richard and Ollie Spicer who are buried in Crestlawn Cemetery(photos in Jackson County).(cl)
Edward Spicer born Jan 6, 1916 and died Jan 19, 1973.  Son of Bertha and Richard Spicer.(cl)
Harry Fuller Suter, Sr.  born July 4, 1893 and died Dec 3, 1955 He is the son of E. L. Suter and Katie Fuller Suter. He married Ruth Cameron Dudley on Dec 6, 1919, and had one son, Harry, Jr. (cl) 
 Harry Fuller Suter Jr. was born in 1928 and died July 17, 1971.  He is buried in an unmarked grave at the head of his father's grave.  (cl)
Ruth Cameron Dudley Suter born Jan 5, 1889 and died Oct 4, 1962. daughter of Steven Byron Dudley and
Capitola Wood.  She married Harry Fuller Suter.   (cl)


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