McQueen Cemetery

Single tombstone of William McQueen, located in the Westonia area. There are several people buried here but all other headstones were destroyed in the aftermath of hurricane Camille in 1969.

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Directions:

Starting point: State Road 607 and 604 intersection. Head east on the 607. Proceed approximately 250 ft past the first mileage sign you see. There is a clear area there just before 2 magnolia trees at right edge of ditch, and a trail leading due south. The grave is located about a 100 yards off the highway.

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Graves (8):

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#Last NameFirst NameBirthDeathComment
1McQueenWilliam Arthur01/182610/15/1874son of Emily Goodson and John McQueen
2McQueenMary Polly Craft05/182712/03/1903wife of William Arthur McQueen
3HoldenSusanna Lott11/22/18381875daughter of Jesse Lott, Sr. and Ellen Holden; first wife of Mahlon Beason Holden
4HoldenDaniel18751895son of Susanna & Mahlon Holden
5DawseySarah Adeline03/27/18771880daughter of Rufus Dawsey & Susan Painter. Buried with grandparents.
6DawseyDavid O.18001870second husband of Emily Goodson
7DawseyEmily Goodson18101869wife of David Dawsey; first husband John McQueen; mother of William Arthur McQueen
8DawseySamuel Aaron1850son of David & Emily Dawsey; dod after 1900

The above list was compiled by the Hancock County Historical Society.  We have gathered original records, data handed down from families and/or collected by our volunteers and countless others, and tried to verify this information to the best of our ability.  If you believe some of this to be in error, or if you have additional information, please contact us.  Our phone number and email address are on the home page.

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