Mississippi USGenWeb Archives

  Turtleskin Cemetery
 Pearl River County,MS

Tombstone Photographs


The photographs in this portion of the archives were taken by:
Bonnie Jarrell (bj)


(Click on the underlined links to download the tombstone photograph)
Forrest Jarrell  (bj)
B :Mar 6, 1927
D: June 11, 1994
S/o Samuel J. Jarrell & Louise Lavinghouse
Gary Wayne Mc Queen (bj)
B: Dec 17, 1950 
D: Sept 12, 1974
S/o Leroy Mc Queen & Marie Jarrell
Georgia Etta Jarrell  (bj)
B: Jan 3, 1944 
D: Oct 17, 1960
1st Wife of James Ira Jarrell
Horace Jarrell  (bj)
B: Mar 16, 1920
D: Aug 21, 2001
S/o Samuel J. Jarrell & Louise Lavinghouse
H/o Willie Mae_____ Jarrell
James Ira Jarrell (bj)
B Apr 3, 1933
D: Living 2002
S/o Samuel J. Jarrell & Louise Lavinghouse H/o Georgia Etta Jarrell & Cheryl Jarrell
Leroy Mc Queen (bj)
B:oct 11, 1922
H/o Marie Jarrell
Louise L. Jarrell (bj)
B: Sept 19, 1897
D: Oct 1, 1992
D/o Henry Lavinghouse and Georgianna_________, 2nd Wife of Samuel J Jarrell
Marie J. Mc Queen (bj)
B:feb 12, 1930
D Jan 13, 1994
D/o Samuel J. Jarrell & Louise Lavinghouse W/o Leroy Mc Queen
Mildred Lee Jarrell (bj)
6. Apr 29, 1911
D: Dec 16, 1989
Double Headstone

Mentora Woods Jarrell (bj)
B: Aug 8, 1928
D:Feb.13, 1994
D/o? Woods W/o William C."Cotton" Jarrell

Wm C Jarrell (bj)
B- Sept 1, 1932
D: March 24, 1991
S/o W. R. Jarrell & Eunice Ophelia Thigpen Hid Mentora Woods

Willie Mae Jarrell (bj)
B Jan 2, 1924
D: Oct 29, 1995
W/o Horace Jarrell

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