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This cemetery was located in T-2-N, R-6-E, Sec. 12 on the south side of theEbey
A beautifully carved stone was found by Mr. Bill Tinsley. It was lying flat on the ground.
Colbert, H.---January 15, 1840-January 26, 1913
This was Humphrey Colbert, son of Winchester Colbert; thus indicating that this is the cemetery where Winchester Colbert was buried, because the "story" is that Humphrey asked to be buried beside his father. The "story" also says that someone bulldozed the tombs off the location and poured cement over them.
Colbert, Dougherty (Winchester)---1810, Cotton Gin Port, Monroe County, Mississippi----Fall, 1880.