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When heading north on Hwy. 6 from Hearne, turn right from Calvert's Main Street onto Hwy. 1664. About six blocks up, you'll see the main Calvert City Cemetery on the left, just past the Hammond House. If you keep going, you'll pass the Calvert School on the left. The Jewish Cemetery is to the left immediately past the school. At the back of the Jewish Cemetery are four tombstones which constitute the Nixon Cemetery.
Alice Nixon <firstname.lastname@example.org> is the contact person for Nixon Cemetery. Sam A. Nixon is my grandfather. Maggie and Frank A. Nixon are his parents and Marie was his sister-in-law.
NIXON, FRANK A. SR., 1.10.1850 - 2.17.1908, w Maggie, "Gone But Not Forgotten"
NIXON, MAGGIE, 8.14.1864 - 6.5.1918, h Frank A. Nixon Sr., "In Memoriam, Woodmen Circle"
NIXON, MARIE, 12.26.1900 - 9.28.1922, h Frank A. Nixon Jr., "God Is Life"
NIXON, SAM A., 9.8.1900 - 6.3.1953
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