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Crump Cemetery

Submitted by Sabra N. Sudberry


-located on River Rd. (Co. Rd. 35) in Henson Springs

-Transcribed 12-6- 98 and 1-19-03


Infant son of

J. H. & Lula Crump

Aug. 1912


Myrtle Pauline Crump



daughter of

Mr. & Mrs. K. G. Crump Sr.


Hiriam L.

son of

R. L. & M. S. Crump

Jul. 31, 1903

Mar. 6, 1904


Molly Byrd

rock grave


B. Collier

Oct. 17, 1814

Mar. 15, 1899


Sarah W.

wife of B. Collier

Jun. 13, 1826

May 1, 1908


Earl Jr.

son of

A. E. & Annie Crump

Aug. 4, 1910

Dec. 8, 1910


J. Crump

Aug. 28, 1882

Oct. 8, 1882


G. Crump

died Oct. 1887????


James Van Burea Crump

Aug. 28, 1837

Aug. 29, 1908

Pvt. Co. G16 AL Inf.

Catherine Cooper

wife of

James Crump

Sep. 20, 1816

Dec. 10, 1912


Number of rock graves


Hiram Spruiell



husband to

Sythia Horton

father of

John W., Sara Ann, Andrew, Luke


William Crump




V.E. Cooper


Feb. 14, 1860


Sept. 10, 1863


V. Cooper


Nov. 11, 1866

Sept. 17, 1868



daughter of

J. V. & C. W. Crump

Oct. 7, 1884

Jan. 13, 1904


Ruby Collier

daughter of

J. E. & S. J. Collier

Sep. 17, 1897

Sep. 1, 1899


Mary A.

wife of

A. P. Cooper

Nov. 15, 1843

Mar. 24, 1904


Earlie Crump's leg buried in circle of rocks next to Earl Crump Jr. He was riding a bull at 13 years that threw leg through a rail fence. The broken leg was infected with gangreen so Dr. Robert Redden cut it off.

He is buried at Quincy, MS.



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