Mississippi USGenWeb Archives

   Magnolia Cemetery

Meridian, Lauderdale County, MS

Tombstone Photographs

The photographs in this portion of the archives were taken by:
 Michael Bullock (mb)
 Anne Willeford (aw)


(Click on the underlined links to download the tombstone photograph)
Charles Rodgers Gillespie Oct 13, 1897-Jan 31, 1977(aw)
John Allen Hopper Jan 7, 1888-June 19, 1955
 Bessie Covington Hopper Mar 26, 1891-Mar 20, 1971
This is a husband and wife. I believe that these are in Section 87(aw)
Celeste M. Keetch(mb)
Mattie Celeste (Tanner) (Moseley) Keetch- daughter of William Reuben Tanner and Eula Martin Marble - and first wife of John Tennon Moseley, Sr.
Edward Tanner Moseley (mb)
Edward Tanner Moseley - son of Mattie Celeste (Tanner) (Moseley) Keetch and 
John Tennon Moseley, Sr. and husband of Rose Franklin Crocker
Malcolm Robinson 1908 1982(aw)
Thomas Grady Stephenson, Jr. Oct 29, 1930-Sept 26, 1999(aw)
Eula M. Tanner(mb)
Eula Martin Marble - daughter of Thomas Wesley Marble and Martha Mattie Murphy - and wife of William Reuben Tanner, Sr.
Letha Danzell Tanner(mb)
Letha (Dalzel) Tanner - Parents unknown, first wife of Bowman Layfette Tanner, Sr., son of William Reuben and Eula (Marble) Tanner.
William R. Tanner(mb)
William Reuben Tanner - son of James Gaston Tanner and Hattie Clara Tarvin, and husband of Eula Martin Marble.



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