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  • Oktibbeha County, Mississippi - Cemeteries

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  • List of Oktibbeha County Cemeteries with GPS Coordinates and general location.
  • Geographic Name Information Service
  • Oktibbeha Deaths from Obituaries, extracted by Mona Tomlinson, December 1, 2008.
  • African American Burial List provided by Lee-Sykes Funeral Home in Columbus, MS showing residents who died in Oktibbeha County, handled by this funeral home.
  • Below are some more African-American burials, gleaned by various sources, such as word of mouth, etc., given to us by Sam & Jane Bell Polk and Iris Castles and others. These are in Beat 5, Oktibbeha County.
  • Askew Cemetery
  • Peterson Place Cemetery
  • Lawrence Place Cemetery
  • Lenora Reese Tabor Place Cemetery
  • Seitz Place Cemetery
  • Sessums Cemetery
  • St. Matthew Cemetery
  • Stiles Place Cemetery
  • True Vine Cemetery
  • Winston Place Cemetery
  • Miscellaneous Burials in Beat 5, not covered in above listings
  • Adaton Baptist Cemetery, catalogued by Mona and Mary Tomlinson, May 25, 2006.
  • Adaton Methodist Cemetery, catalogued by Mona Tomlinson.
  • Associate Reformed Presbyterian Cemetery, Glenn Street, Starkville, MS, catalogued by Mona Tomlinson
  • Photos at Find a Grave
  • Bell School House Cemetery, photographed and submitted by C.L. Herrick, October 2004
  • Bell School House Cemetery, catalogued by Mona Tomlinson, May 2006, with relationships added.
  • Bethesda Baptist Cemetery - (Submitted by C.L. Herrick)
  • Big Creek Cemetery, catalogued by Mona Tomlinson.
  • Boyd Family Cemetery, an African-American cemetery catalogued and submitted by Anita Boyd and Mona Tomlinson.
  • Center Grove Baptist Cemetery, catalogued by Mona Tomlinson.
  • Chigger Hill Cemetery, photographed by Terry Harpole, September, 2012.
  • Clear Springs Primative Baptist Church Cemetery, by Mona Tomlinson
  • Craig Springs Cemetery, visited on 03/16/2005 BY Mary & Mona Tomlinson
  • Crigler Cemetery, formerly called Halbert & Green Stallings
  • Cromwell Family Cemetery
  • Curtis Chapel Cemetery
  • Double Springs Baptist Cemetery, at one time called Chestnut Log Cemetery, catalogued by Mona Tomlinson.
  • Double Springs Methodist Cemetery, catalogued by Mona Tomlinson.
  • East Sand Creek Cemetery, partial listing photographed and submitted by C. L. Herrick, October, 2004
  • Ebenezer Cemetery. This cemetery is being catalogued from obituaries. If you have a relative buried here, please let us know and we will add them to this listing.
  • First Baptist Church Cemetery
  • Halbert Cemetery
  • Harvey Cemetery, originally called Holbrook Cemetery
  • Henry Cemetery, catalogued and submitted by Mona Tomlinson, July 2007.
  • Lost Church Cemetery
  • McClelland Cemetery, catalogued by Mona Tomlinson October 2008.
  • Morgan Chapel, catalogued by Mona & Mary Tomlinson, July 21, 2006
  • Mt. Olivet Cemetery, catalogued by Mona Tomlinson.
  • New Hope Cemetery, catalogued by Mona Tomlinson.
  • Odd Fellows Cemetery
  • Odd Fellows African American Cemetery
  • Oktibbeha Memorial Park (Partial Listing), catalogued by Mona Tomlinson, August 2007
  • Oktibbeha Memorial Gardens, Page 1, Sept. 11, 1968 Cataloging


  • Old Chestnut Log Cemetery, catalogued by Mona Tomlinson August 23, 2003.
  • Old Methodist or Whitefield Cemetery
  • Old Mayhew Mission Cemetery
  • Old Presbyterian Cemetery, Louisville Street, Starkville
  • Outlaw-Harvey Cemetery
  • Parrish Family Cemetery
  • Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, catalogued by Mona Tomlinson, October, 2003.
  • Pritchard-Perkins Family Cemetery
  • Providence Cemetery, Maben, MS, partial by photos, submitted by Mary Davis, February 16, 2004.
  • Quinn Family Cemetery, Photographed by Becky Madruga
  • Russell Hill Cemetery, an African-American family cemetery, abandoned. Photos by Mary Whitaker Davis, August 2009.
  • Salem Baptist Cemetery - (Submitted by Clare Herrick)
  • Sanders Cemetery
  • Self Creek Baptist Cemetery, catalogued by Mona Tomlinson.
  • Sessums Cemetery Catalogued and submitted by Mona Tomlinson, October 12, 2004.
  • Shaw Family Cemetery
  • Spencer Family Cemetery
  • Spring Hill Cemetery, Choctaw County, (very near the county line) catalogued by Mona Tomlinson.
  • Spring Valley Cemetery, Mathiston, MS (Webster County, partial by photos, submitted by Mary Davis, February 16, 2004.
  • Stewart Family Cemetery
  • Sturgis Cemetery, catalogued by Mona Tomlinson.
  • Sudduth-Bridges Cemetery
  • Wake Forest Cemetery, catalogued by Mona Tomlinson.
  • Webster Memorial Cemetery, catalogued by Mona Tomlinson March 25, 2004.
  • Webster Cemetery, in Winston County, MS, (county adjacent to Oktibbeha County), catalogued by Mona Tomlinson, June 2006.
  • Some Choctaw County Cemeteries, compiled by Mona Tomlinson from family records and obituaries.
  • More Churches and Cemeteries on the Sturgis, Miss. website created and maintained by Raquel Thiebes
  • Some Clay County Cemeteries. Parts of Clay County were in present day Oktibbeha County until 1871.

  • Old Pisgah Cemetery, which is now in Webster County.
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