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Pippin Cemetery #2, Calhoun Co., FL

Surveyed by: Wayne N Carpenter

Typed by: James L. Edenfield

Date Surveyed: Oct 2001

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DIRECTIONS: From Shelton crossroads located on Hwy 73 between Marianna, FL and Clarksville, FL go Hwy C-274 west for 6.6 miles. On your right will be a dirt road (no name). A small sign that reads Pippin cemetery is beside the road. Turn right and go .3 miles. Cemetery is on the right side of the road on a curve. Cemetery is right beside the road. Unkept. 17 unknown graves mostly infants and children. Actual number of unknowns is not known.
Missoura HERNDON
25 Jun 1883
8 Feb 1916
Awaiting an immortal life
1 Corin 15:51

Charles W. DUTTON
1 Aug 1905
2 Jun 1914

12 May 1869
21 Jun 1911

Benjamin F. DUTTON
19 Jun 1869
13 Mar 1918
WOW Memorial headstone (Tree)

3 SEWELL Infant graves -  they have seashells laid in rows on them.

18 May 1892
15 Oct 1918
He died that others might live
(Note: Large marble headstone.  A shed was built over this grave with
a wood shingle roof. Inside the ceiling was tongue-in-grove boards. Part
of the roof and ceiling have rotted.  This grave was fenced in but the wire
has rusted away leaving only a few strands and two liter posts.)

Mrs Martha E. FLANDERS
30 May 1851
3 Aug 1932
Thy trials ended
Thy Rest is won

In Memory of 
18 Dec 1848
6 Apr 1931
A friend to his country and
a believer in Christ

Alice, wife of J. F. BELL
8 Nov 1875
31 Jul 1911
She goes to meet three little ones
in heaven.
A true wife and mother

16 Mar 1917
14 May 1917
Darling we miss thee
(grave covered with large seashell)

Baby Oveda, Daughter of J. H. and M. E. WOOD
6 Feb 1922
9 Feb 1922
Blessed are the early dead.
(large seashells on grave)


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Created: Oct 18, 2001