Private family cemetery of Victor Ladner Jr., located on the old homestead. It was accidentally bulldozed during the aftermath clean-up of hurricane Katrina, but family members restored the site and the cemetery was officially rededicated on October 29, 2017. The Victor Ladner cemetery has been awarded a Certificate of Historical Significance by the State Department of Archives and History under the Abandoned Cemetery Act.
Head west on Highway 90. Approximately 2 miles after the intersection with the 603 turn left on Lower Bay Road. Follow this road for about 3 miles, or approximately 0.4 miles past St. Ann's Church. Turn left on Lauren Reed Road. Stay left at the fork in the road. The cemetery will be on the right hand side.
|#||Last Name||First Name||Birth||Death||Comment|
|1||Ladner (Ladnier)||Victor, Jr.||1842||03/22/1905||Civil War headstone; son of Victor Ladner and Honorene Carver.|
|2||Yarborough||Elizabeth "Winnie"||08/18/1846||02/21/1895||wife of Victor Ladner|
|3||Jackson||Mary Virginia "Jennie"||11/20/1860||12/12/1912||first wife of Daniel Ladner|
|4||Ladner||George Daniel||06/17/1893||baby of Daniel Ladner and Jennie Jackson|
|5||Ladner||Winnie||daughter of Sam Ladner and Laura Necaise; twin of Luther|
|6||Ladner||Luther||son of Sam Ladner and Laura Necaise; twin of Winnie|
|7||Ladner||infant boy||last born son of Carlos Ladner and Alma Vest; died after 1911|
|8||Ladner||infant girl||first born daughter of Carlos Ladner and Alma Vest; died before 1911|
|9||Green||Susie||mother of Jake Green|
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.