Mississippi USGenWeb Archives

  White Chapel Cemetery
 Carriere, Pearl River County,MS

Tombstone Photographs

 White Chapel Church of God(bj)

White Chapel Church (bj)

Directions: next to White Chapel Church of God on White Chapel Road about 1 1/2 miles off Hwy 11.  White Chapel
Rd is about 1/2 miles from the post office in Carriere, MS.

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


(Click on the underlined links to download the tombstone photograph)
Brady, Gladys Entrekin Wife of Porras Brady daughter of Alma Watson Brady one son Raymond Brady(cj)
 Brady, Hattie W. Daughter of David Watson(cj) 
double stone with  Brady, Percy L. 
Deese, Diane F.  wife of Sherwin Deese- no children (cj)
Carroll, Eli F. and Myrtle J. Carroll (cj)
Carroll, Homer T.(cj)
 Carroll, Marnice Irving(cj)
Carroll, Robert Irving  Son of Irvin  and Florence Carroll Carroll(cj)
Deese, Rufus Weldon 1900-1986double stone
Deese, Weetot  Watson 1904--1954 daughter  D.A.Watson married Rufus Weldon Deese had 3 sons Wesley, Rayburn. Sherwin(cj)
Deese, Wesley(cj)
 Entrekin, Alma W.  Wife of Henry Entrekin/sister to Hattie Brady(cj)
Entrekin, Billie Smith Married to Verner Lawarence Entrekin(cj)
 Entrekin, Henry L.  married to Alma Watson Entrekin. They had 3 children: Gladys ,Verner Lawrence, and Beulah (cj)
 Entrekin, Robert James "Bobby" son of Verner and Billie Entrekin- no children (cj)
 Entrekin, Verner L. Son of Henry/Alma  Watson Entrekin  Married Billie Smith  Had 5 children Verner Lawarence, Reginold, Robert James, Deborah Jane and Andrew Mark(cj)
 Johnson, Beulah Entrekin Beulah married to Toxey Hall Johnson 3 children Danny Roy, Ladette Kathleen ,Gary Patrick(cj)
 Johnson, Toxey Hall  Married to Beulah Entrekin 3 children Danny Roy,Kathleen Ladette, Gary Patrick (cj)
Marinucci, John Samuel  Husband of Kathleen Ladette  3 children Pamela ,Kimberley, John Scott (cj)
Belle L. Penton(bj) B: Oct 8, 1896 D: Oct 13, 1976
D/o Lonnie Lee & Teresa Lee (*both were Lee's)W/o William Dennis Penton
Emily Jane S. Jenkins(bj)B Oct 30, 1860 D: May 15, 1955
D/o William "Bud"Seal & Marentha Jarrell W/o Daniel Webster Penton & (2) Ben Frank Jenkins
Nelson N.Penton(bj) B: Oct. 15, 1897 D: Sept. 18, 1961
S/o Daniel Webster Penton & Emily Jane Seal  NEVER MARRIED
Wm. Dennis Penton(bj)B: Jan. 19, 1884 D: Dec. 31, 1949
S/o Daniel Webster Penton & Emily Jane Seal H/o Velfora "Belle" Lee 
Smith, Melton Gradelle "Smitty" Melton  Smith married Ginger Brady daughter of Hattie Watson Watson and Percy Brady
double stone with Smith, Virginia M. Brady "Ginger"  Melton and Ginger had 3 children Monty, Dana, and Mona(cj)
 Spiers, Martin D.  married to Pauline Entrekin. She was sister to Henry Entrekin(cj)
 Spiers, Pauline E. and Martin D. Spiers and infant daughter  they had 2 girls Gracie and Norma Ruth(cj)
Watson, Aunt Amanda  sister to David Andrew Watson never married(cj)
Watson, D.A.he was the founder and pastor of White Chapel Church  at Carriere Miss.  His full name was David Andrew Watson(cj)
 Watson, Ella G.  wife of David Andrew Watson (cj)
Watson, Emaline S.   Dec. 20, 1893-Feb. 9, 1950 wife of D.H. Watson -:Emaline Spiers Watson(cj)
Double stone Watson, David Hubert April 18, 1893- May 28, 1947 son of D.A Watson  husband of Emaline S. Watson(cj)


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