Camp County Cemeteries
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Bailey-Browning Family W of Pittsburg, about 2 1/2 miles on CR 3042 Bolton 3-4 miles SE of Pittsburg, just off of FM 993 Bynum CR 1520 NW of Pittsburg about 5 miles Cedar Grove An African-American cemetery, located within the city of Pittsburg, adjacent to Rose Hill Cemetery. There is no dividing fence, but each cemetery has a separate entrance gate. Center See Center Point Center Point aka Center Just off CR 2057, nine miles SE of Pittsburg Center Ridge aka New Hope Just S of Leesburg, between CR 1519 and CR 2455 Children of the Corn Just south of Hwy 11 and east of Leesburg. Endangered. Oak trees growing through the graves, standing in a private clump. Four graves with marble markers, earliest about 1860s, all children. May include other unmarked graves. Wire fence, surrounded by cattle and pasture. Impacted site, other burials may be obscured. Possible lignite mine. Cross Roads SSE of Pittsburg at the intersection of CR 1266 and CR 1264 County Line See Riley's Chapel Curlin See Wilks Davenport ESE of Pittsburg on the Old Jefferson Rd. On private property. Robert Davenport initially buried a child and two of three wives. Also some of fifteen additional children buried at the old Davenport homestead Ebenezer FM 557, five miles SE of Pittsburg Hamilton See Hanson Handsome See Hanson Hanson aka Handsome, Hamilton and Searcy ENE of Pittsburg, just off Hwy 11. Take a left of CR 4231, thenN of the railroad tracks. Hays . Henderson See Yallo Busha Hepsibah aka Pruitt WSW of Pittsburg & just S of the intersection of Hwy 11 and CR 1519, just N of 2455, near north drainage of Bailey Branch Hickory Hill SE of Pittsburg at the intersection of CR 556 and CR 1344, N of Lilly Crreek Hopewell See Yallo Busha Lain Family See Yallo Busha Leesburg 7 miles W of Pittsburg at the intersection of Hwy 11 and CR 1519 Levine See Macedonia Lilly Creek Bottoms Burying Place See Yallo Busha Lone Star On private property in the eastern section of the county Macedonia aka Levine Just off CR 2110 behind the Madedonia Missionary Baptist Chruch which is located directly on FM 2110, about 4 miles N of Pittsburg Macedonia Black See Myrtle Springs Maple Springs WSW of Pittsburg on CR 4390, just S of Newsome Matinburg Cemetery CR 556, seven miles SW of Pittsburg Myrtle Springs aka Macedonia Black SW of Pittsburg, about 2 miles N of the Upshur County line on CR 3417 New Mine CR 1519, about 3 miles SW of Pittsburg North Chapel Adjacent to the Macedonia Cemetery, about 4 miles N of Pittsburg. It fronts on CR 2112, just off of CR 2110 Oak Grove Just E of Leesburg, on S side of CR 557 Pitts Family Located on Quitman St in downtown Pittsburg Porter NW of Pittsburg Pruitt See Hepsibah Reeves Chapel - Black A section of Reeves Chapel Reeves Chapel About 5 miles SW of Pittsburg on CR 3326, just S of FM 1519. Adjacent to Reeves Chapel. Riley's Chapel
(aka County Line Cemetery)
Located at County Line Baptist Church on FM 557, fourteen miles SE of Pittsburg Rocky Mound About 4 miles WNW of Pittsburg on CR 2312, just off of FM 1521, and NW of the Rocky Mound Church Rose Hill Fronting on Hwy 11, just E of Hwy 271 in downtown Pittsburg Searcy See Hanson Smart 3 to 4 miles SE of Pittsburg, just off of FM 993, near Biller Grove and located diagonally across from Bolton Cemetery Streety Hwy 11 W to CR 3102. Head south along the RR tracks, walking. Traylor Just north of Hwy 11, three miles ENE of Pittsburg. Cemetery was started during the Civil War by Mr Wilkes, who donated the land for burial of his slaves. Union Chapel SE of Pittsburg, off FM 2254, and adjacent to the Union Chapel Church West Chapel SE of Newsome on CR 3516, near North Lilly Creek Wilks aka Curlin About 5-6 miles ESE of Pittsburg on CR 557, just S of intersection CR 4240 Yallo Busha Cemetery - (aka Henderson Burying Ground, aka Lain Family, aka Lilly Creek Bottoms Burying Place, aka Hopewell) On Pine Grove Rd (CR 2455) about 5 miles N of Old Simpsonville, at the intersection of CR 3412, 10 miles SW of Pittsburg.
**According to Camp County Story, it was Henderson Burying Ground first....then Yallo Busha. Jim Keel is the person that named the community Yallo Busha after a place in his native Alabama. Then later the Lain family (per 1970 story) had 5 sets of grandparents buried there, which would account for that name. It was located on Lilly Creek Bottom. In 1909 Hopewell Baptist Church was built in the same area and the community & cemetery soon adopted that name.
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