Hi, I am Jeff Kemp, temporary Coordinator for this Neshoba County GenWeb site. If you need to get in touch with me, please feel free to email me.
I am always pleased to receive information on Neshoba. My time is very limited (I have 2 jobs), so if you'll please send me your information in the following formats, I would appreciate it.
Please do not use all capital letters or all lower case letters. If you do, I have to retype everything, so it takes me longer to get it posted.
Please do not place images in the email, attach them. If you don't know how to attach files, please email me to ask.
If you want your name connected to your information, please send me your name, not just your email address.
If you are sending more than two surnames, please put them in alphabetical order with last name first.
Remember to send me your name, too! (You wouldn't believe the number of people that send me surnames, but forget to put in their own name!)
If you are submitting information on a soldier, please make sure that your soldier served in a Neshoba unit. If your soldier did not serve in a Neshoba unit, but lived in Neshoba, you may submit your soldier information for Misc. regiments.
Last Name, First Middle Birth date-Death date
Any information on the tombstone, including "shares a stone with"
Please use upper and lower case letters, not all caps.
For dates, unless you are sending me the entire cemetery list, please use month day, year as the format, otherwise I have to retype all of the dates. I use the first 3 letters of the month for the abbreviation and do not use a period at the end of the month.
Smith, Frederick I. Jul 25, 1880-Mar 2, 1937, husband of Mary Elizabeth, shares stone with Mary
Smith, Sue Mar 1, 1902 - Sep 2, 1902, dau of Fred and Mary, shares stone with Tom
If you have information on Neshoba County ancestors that you would like to add to this site, please send it to me. You can send it to me in a .txt, .doc, .rtf, or .htm format.
Please do NOT submit any information on living people, I do not post that information. It is too dangerous to post names of living people, even if the information listed says "Private". I use 1920 as the cut-off date for births.
Jeff Kemp - State Coordinator
If you have questions or problems with this site, email the County Coordinator. Please to not ask for specfic research on your family. I am unable to do your personal research. I do not live in MS and do not have access to additional records.