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O Bryant o keefe Gautier Funeral Home

3290 Ladnier Road
Gautier, MS 39553
(228) 497-7544
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Sampling History: Pascagoula's Greenwood Cemetery tour set for Thursday - gulflive.com (blog)

Monday, October 24, 2016

Processor. His spouses were descendants of famous Pascagoula founders.Jean Marie Chastant and Aglea Aimee Fusilier, (1817-1893, 1822-1901). Portrayed by Warren and Lynda Gautier. Chastant was a Civil War veteran, Louisiana sugar and rice farmer, and prominent Pascagoula landowner.James Ira Ford and Mary Elizabeth Foster, (1870-1936). Portrayed by Richard Lucas and LeAnn Bosarge Foote. Ford was a prominent Pascagoula attorney. His spouse was a descendant of Capt. Foster.Dr. Edgar Hull, Jr. and Mallory Page Warren, (1904-1984, 1904-1986). Portrayed Dr. Edgar Hull III and Alice Lachaussee. Dr. Hull was a prominent physician and served as dean of LSU Medical School. His spouse was an international Artist and descendant of Jean Chastant. William T. Sparkman and Gillie Antonette Hammond, (1865-1944, 1871-1939). Portrayed by Dr. Chris Wiggins and Mary Beth Sparkman. The narrator is played by Haleigh Sparkman. William Sparkman was a well-known newspaper publisher and editor.Washington Emile Frederic and Sarah P. Williams, (1829-1903, 1860-1925). Portrayed by E.F. "Skip" St. Amant and Cheryl Frederic. Frederic was the first president of Merchants and Marine Bank, a prominent landowner and businessman.This year's sponsors are: Pascagoula Preservation Commission, Pascagoula Main Street Program, Jackson County History and Genealogy Society, Pascagoula Public Library, LaPointe-Krebs Foundation, Pascagoula Kiwanis Club, Brass Hanger Cleaners and Heritage Funeral Home.Greenwood Cemetery, also referred to as the Pascagoula, Catholic, Lutheran, Sailor, Beach, Protestant or City of Pascagoula Cemeteries, is located on Buena Vista Street. All of these separate identities were merged around the turn of the century into one city cemetery called Greenwood. It contains numerous unmarked graves. The first recorded burial there was in 1848.The entire cemetery has been surveyed and resurveyed over the years. In 1968, tombstone inscriptions were compiled by Mrs. Lester Scheffler, Maida Wright and Rita Krebs. Julian Davis completed a survey of the old section in 1993, preceded by a survey of two additions in 1992 by Betty Rodgers and Katie Steen, and in 1996 an update by Steen and Harry McDonald Sr., after a review of hundreds of obituaries. Margaret Hollister Wolfe and Else Martin subsequently added burials from 1997 to 2003. All are included in "Cemeteries of Jackson County, Mississippi," a major 187 page, hardbound work published in 2008 by JCHGS. It may be purchased at the Pascagoula Public Library's Local Genealogy and History Department for $30, or by sending an order to JCHGS, P. O. Box 984, Pascagoula, MS 39568. Add $5 for postage, tax and handling.Columnist Joanne Anderson may be reached at joandy42@yahoo.com.

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Sampling History: Pascagoula's Greenwood Cemetery tour set for Thursday - gulflive.com (blog)

Monday, October 24, 2016

Processor. His spouses were descendants of famous Pascagoula founders.Jean Marie Chastant and Aglea Aimee Fusilier, (1817-1893, 1822-1901). Portrayed by Warren and Lynda Gautier. Chastant was a Civil War veteran, Louisiana sugar and rice farmer, and prominent Pascagoula landowner.James Ira Ford and Mary Elizabeth Foster, (1870-1936). Portrayed by Richard Lucas and LeAnn Bosarge Foote. Ford was a prominent Pascagoula attorney. His spouse was a descendant of Capt. Foster.Dr. Edgar Hull, Jr. and Mallory Page Warren, (1904-1984, 1904-1986). Portrayed Dr. Edgar Hull III and Alice Lachaussee. Dr. Hull was a prominent physician and served as dean of LSU Medical School. His spouse was an international Artist and descendant of Jean Chastant. William T. Sparkman and Gillie Antonette Hammond, (1865-1944, 1871-1939). Portrayed by Dr. Chris Wiggins and Mary Beth Sparkman. The narrator is played by Haleigh Sparkman. William Sparkman was a well-known newspaper publisher and editor.Washington Emile Frederic and Sarah P. Williams, (1829-1903, 1860-1925). Portrayed by E.F. "Skip" St. Amant and Cheryl Frederic. Frederic was the first president of Merchants and Marine Bank, a prominent landowner and businessman.This year's sponsors are: Pascagoula Preservation Commission, Pascagoula Main Street Program, Jackson County History and Genealogy Society, Pascagoula Public Library, LaPointe-Krebs Foundation, Pascagoula Kiwanis Club, Brass Hanger Cleaners and Heritage Funeral Home.Greenwood Cemetery, also referred to as the Pascagoula, Catholic, Lutheran, Sailor, Beach, Protestant or City of Pascagoula Cemeteries, is located on Buena Vista Street. All of these separate identities were merged around the turn of the century into one city cemetery called Greenwood. It contains numerous unmarked graves. The first recorded burial there was in 1848.The entire cemetery has been surveyed and resurveyed over the years. In 1968, tombstone inscriptions were compiled by Mrs. Lester Scheffler, Maida Wright and Rita Krebs. Julian Davis completed a survey of the old section in 1993, preceded by a survey of two additions in 1992 by Betty Rodgers and Katie Steen, and in 1996 an update by Steen and Harry McDonald Sr., after a review of hundreds of obituaries. Margaret Hollister Wolfe and Else Martin subsequently added burials from 1997 to 2003. All are included in "Cemeteries of Jackson County, Mississippi," a major 187 page, hardbound work published in 2008 by JCHGS. It may be purchased at the Pascagoula Public Library's Local Genealogy and History Department for $30, or by sending an order to JCHGS, P. O. Box 984, Pascagoula, MS 39568. Add $5 for postage, tax and handling.Columnist Joanne Anderson may be reached at joandy42@yahoo.com.