Washington Road Cemetery

Private family cemetery with an enormous live oak tree in the center. Contains two Confederate soldier graves.

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The cemetery is located on Washington Road, north of Hwy 90 in Bay Saint Louis. It is on private property and cannot be visited without permission.

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Graves (18):

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#Last NameFirst NameBirthDeathComment
01SchwabZoie Favre11/03/190308/12/1989
02SchwabGeorge Jacob10/22/190609/28/1975
03(Unmarked)No headstone. Coping reads: "Beloved Son of Joe and Nancy"
04FavreGilmore J. (Peck)10/15/189701/19/1980
05FavreLucien A.04/03/193903/08/1973Miss. BT3 US Navy
06FavreLucien Gilmore04/18/197804/18/1978
08WarrenHannah E.1882
09BeesonJoel C.07/06/184507/26/1912Miss. Pvt CO D 17 BN Miss CAV CSA
10FavreLucienCO F 3 Miss. Inf. CSA
11FavreJessie Mary06/23/191201/08/1996
12FavreBasil Joseph09/14/190904/28/1990
13CainLillian Farve08/17/190703/16/1960
14WoodAlbert H.19181970Miss. Pvt CO K 154 Inf. WW II
15FavreKathleen D.04/06/1931reserved
16FavreJames Cameron07/29/192410/13/1991
17YarboroughDora Favre01/11/189101/29/1983
18SaucierStanley J., Jr.04/06/191809/23/1987Sgt US Army WW II

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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