Located at R8W, T3S, Sec. 3, the corner of Tulane and Pine Tree roads. Found and reported by Melinda Wingo (1980s). At that time, two stones were on the Ray Wolff property and one on the Mullins property (next door). According to the cemetery book (1988): “Evidently the stones were moved from graves during construction work on road, as graves are not evident and stones were found leaning against trees.” Additional information added by Tim Harrison.
W. G. Huddleston – 1806 – 1855.
[Alonzo W. Huddleston, the only child known to have survived to adulthood, was listed in the 1860 DeSoto Census (p. 154) with the mistaken age of 2 instead of 22. He served as a 2nd Lieutenant in Co. F, 22nd Mississippi Regiment, CSA, and was mistakenly listed as having died in the war by the local newspaper in 1866. However, he survived the war and married Eliza F. Doggett on November 12, 1865. They had five children: Mary E., William R., John, Anna, and Thomas J. He died in 1881. Thomas J. Huddleston married Belle Wooten in July 1907.]
El. S. Huddleston – 1811 – 1852.
Malissa A. Huddleston – (died) 1848, aged 14.
J. W. Huddleston – (died) 1848, aged 6 yrs and 10 days.
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