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One-half mile west of trail road, south of Orange Hill Church

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Typed by: Pamela Roper

EVERITT E. N., Sr. b. 11-13-1839 d. 07-17-1928 Husband of Margaret A.

EVERITT Elizabeth b. 08-24-1801 d. 03-31-1881

EVERITT George Edward b. 09-11-1860 d. 10-24-1899

EVERITT Harris L. b. 05-02-1879 d. 08-08-1879 Son of E. N. & M. A.

EVERITT Margaret A. b. 10-21-1843 d. 10-12-1935 Wife of E. N. Everitt

EVERITT Myles B. b. 12-02-1870 d. 06-17-1928 Son of E. N. & M. A.

EVERITT Nellie Madre b. 11-19-1888 d. 09-23-1895 Dau of G. E. & Annie M.

HORNE Esther Flowers b. 12-16-1902 d. 01-15-1905 Dau of W. D. & A. E.

HORNE Mildred May S. b. 07-11-1908 d. 09-16-1908

HORNE Willard Truit b. 07-11-1908 d. 05-08-1911

Subj: Everett Cemetery, Washington Co FL

From: (Steve Simmons)


Dear Betty,
The names on the net given as the residents of Everett Cemetery are all out of date. The Everett part of the cemetery has been moved to Piney Grove in the Duncan Community about 8 miles south of Chipley. The church is Piney Grove Free Will Baptist Church. Milton Everett who lives near Wausau worried about the cemetery being lost. He contacted members of his family and got an agreement to move the cemetery. Of course, he got permission and hired Mr. Rustin to do the work. He arranged with relative of the Hornes (two or three children) to take them to South Florida where some of their other relatives are buried. They moved the vaults and the head stones and placed them in the Duncan Cemetery. Did a nice job. It looks good. However, there were others buried their in unmarked graves who were not Everetts.

Some of their relatives took a dim view of the proceedings. Most of these were CSA vets. James Williams of Bonifay had a grand parent buried there named Jordon John Whittaker. Another was Stephen Daniel. James and some of his friends put several markers in the cemetery since it was moved.

Sincerely, Steve