Saint Paul's African American Cemetery
This cemetery is located a couple of miles past and on the same road as the Sunnyside Cemetery in Calvert. It is behind the Saint Paul's Baptist Church that is on the left.
COOK, BUD, 7.15.1868 - 6.30.1935, "Father and Husband"
DICEMAN, WILLIAM, ? - ?
LOVE, EMMA, 12.1.1865 - 3.1.1908, h W. M. Love, "Weep not. She is not dead, but sleepeth. Luke viii:52."
PRIDE, BILLIE JEAN, ? - ?
PRIDE, DAVID, 3.15.1928 - ?.20?, the death date was underneath the birth date, but the month & year were blank, may suggest that this was an infant
PRIDE, SHIRLEY, ? - ?
According to Bill Norton in early 2002, "This cemetery was difficult to document because it was in such a heavily wooded area. I was able to locate three headstones with legible writing and three other places where there was evidence of a grave. I interviewed Katie Mae Pride who is 94 and lives near the cemetery. She was able to provide three other names. I intend to visit her again shortly."
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