Mississippi USGenWeb Archives

  Crestlawn Memorial Park Cemetery
 Jackson County

Tombstone Photographs

 
 

Location:  Hwy 90, Ocean Springs, MS

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


Headstones

(Click on the underlined links to download the tombstone photograph)
 
 
Amanda Francis Spicer (July 1, 1991 - July 20, 1991) was the daughter of
Jimmy Spicer.   This photo has an angel statue in the picture with a row of baby graves in front of it.
 There is a second row of graves  (directly in front of the angel)  that has a gap in the middle. 
Amanda is buried in an unmarked grave in that open space area.
She is buried in an area of the cemetery reserved for babies and infants.
It's called Babyland. 
I have also enclosed a wider-angled photo of Babyland.(cl)
Maggie Gertrude Spicer (Oct 21, 1913 - Aug 21, 2001) married to Ollie Spicer(cl)
Ollie McKinley Spicer(July 4, 1912 - July 10, 2000)This Ollie McKinley Spicer and Wife Maggie are NOT related to Richard Spicer but Richard does have a brother Ollie. (cl)
Richard Spicer (Aug 10, 1911 - Dec 28, 1993) is the son of a Richard Spicer
who is buried in Greenwood Cemetery in Pascagoula, MS. (cl)
Sarah G. King Spicer (March 31, 1918 - May 1, 1992) wife of Richard Spricer.(cl)

 
 
 


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