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Stewart Family Cemetery
This cemetery is across MS highway 3 from
Satartia and just up the hill in a grove of trees.
There is a clear view of Satartia from the cemetery. The post office is about 1/2 mile
toward Yazoo City from the property where the cemetery is located.
The cemetery is a total overgrown ruin.
If you have access to any cemetery listings or tombstone photographs from Yazoo County and you are willing to share them with your fellow researchers, please let me know. I would like to have listings and photos for all of the cemeteries in the county.Suggested corrections and/or additions will be noted in RED. The original data will not be removed. Do you know of othersburied here?
Let me know and I will post their names and data.
This information was contributed by Howard George. Thank you for your help.
If you know of any burials in this cemetery or
are able to obtain any photos please let me know.
Name DOB DOD Inscription or
Contributed by Alston, John
Alston, Eleanor E. (George)
Oct 21, 1843
In "Will Book A" Eleanor requested to be
buried beside her husband in Stewart's Graveyard 1 1/2 miles from Satartia and
that her grave be marked. (no marker can
now be found)
Howard George George, William . Sep 22, 1843 died in Yazoo City at the home of his
daughter Eleanor E. George Alston
(presumed to be buried here near his daughter
Howard George Stewart, ______
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