This Cemetery is located on Cascilla Rosebloom Hardy Road. It is across
the road from Rosebloom Church of the Nazarene at Rosebloom Mississippi.
More than likely this cemetery was a family cemetery.
Located thirteen miles Southeast of Charleston. This site was one of
the earliest neighborhoods in the county and played its part in organization
and formation of the county. As soon as the land was opened for sale in
1833 settlers came into the area and at one them it was considered a very
aristocratic community with many comfortable homes
The first settlers were R.W. Anderson, E.M. Driver, Thomas Ellis, Seth and Sam Marsh and A.S. Campbell..In 1834 and 1836 the Ross, Phillips, Richards and Williamson families came. Rosebloom was named for the abundance of Cherokee Roses which grew wild in the vicinity.
Buchanan, James Lewis/06-15-1932/08-03-1974
Buchanan, Birdie L./03-17-1905/04-07-1996
Buchanan, John W./06-25-1906/03-18-1977
Burt, Calvin Lee/age 42/died 07-27-2000
Burt, Dee Lafayette/08-04-1923/10-07-1997
Burt, Eddie, Jr./PFC US Army WWII/1921/1977
Burt, Fred Ray/10-17-1908/01-24-1991
Burt, Shellie Morland/1918/1988
Burt, Wesley Anderson/04-16-1908/06-05-1991
Burt, Owens Sr./1905/04-30-1998
Burt, Virginia Rounsaville/1904/1993
Burt, Louis B./06-04-1915/07-21-1973
Burt, Rebecca M./08-12-1918
Carpenter, David Earl/01-21-1972/07-13-1973
Strider. Sue Holland/age 71/10-03-1930/04-02-2002/Creamated
Strider, Donald B./Husb of Sue Strider/1929/12-12-1999
Strider, Chad Neal/10-03-1984/04-04-1985
Strider, Edward Neal/10-17-1955/08-13-1978
Strider, Henry Clarence/06-27-1904/12-27-1970
Strider, Wilma Burt/03-20-1911/11-08-1990
Whitten, Silas Hayden/1913/03-12-1998
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