Directions to the Howard-Howse
Cemetery- Highway # 7 & # 35. Highway # 35 South for approximately 7
miles to Carroll County Road # 105, right .6 miles, left
Up the hill through a gate .2
miles Cemetery is on the right. From Carrollton, Highway # 35 North to
Carroll County Road # 105, left and same as above. This cemetery is remote
and not used today
Howard-Howse Cemetery was indexed
March 31, 2000 by Nick Denley 1005 West Monroe Street, Grenada, Mississippi
Additional names provided
by "The Carroll County Cemetery Book", you can
purchase the Carroll County Cemetery book
through Pioneer Publishing Co., P.O. Box 408, Carrollton,
Mississippi 38917. Be sure and tell them you heard about the book through the
Carroll County, MSGenWeb site! Copied by: Laurence &
Ethel Bibus on Feb. 26, 1981
Note: This cemetery is
enclosed with three rail board fence, good gate, all painted white. The area is
well maintained and all fallen & broken stones were reset by Mr. Genet who
owned the land and ran an extensive cattle & hog farm. The place is now in
the hands of Gordon Cooper, Jr., of Lambert, Miss. Original entries in the
courthouse in Carrollton show that this land on which the cemetery is located
was patented by Titus Howard in 1835.
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Sept 15, 1819 - 1831
Howard, Florence B.
Died 1845, age 9
Howard, Henry T.
Howard, Lawrence T.
Son of J. T. & H.C. Howard
Howard, Mary Gray
July 30, 1785
Howard, Rosie Maggie
Howard, Rose Wright
Oct 22, 1832
March 12, 1785
Howard, Willie M.
March 3, 1862
Dau. of W. T. & S. E. Howard
Nov 7, 1839
Jan 26, 1813
Age 29 yrs., 6 mos., 5 days
Howse, Huldah C.
Jan 16, 1817
Wife of J. T. Howse
Oct 9, 1815
Age 29 yrs., 9 mos., 8 days
Howse, __ence T.
Jan 23, 1841
McCaskill, Allen L.
? Inverness Ghands?
Of Scottland, 03-15-1806, Emigrated to Kershaw Dist. S.C., 1811 and to
Carroll Co., Miss. 183? Died 06-29-1865. He was born and baptised in the
Moore, Louisa Howard
Feb 24, 1921
Wife of S. Moore & Dau. of T. &. M. Howard
Moore, Samuel H.
1816 - 1816