Church and Cemeteries...

Church's and Cemeteries of Carroll County, Mississippi

Minyard or Blow Cemetery

Location: On east bank of old roadway south of the branch that runs through the old Bill Tingle place. New road is now west of old. A number of cedar trees mark the burying ground.

Copied by: Edna & B.F. Johnson, Lloyd Carpenter & Ethel Bibus on Oct. 12, 1980

Note: Mr. Verge Mann, age 94, says that in this cemetery is buried Charles Curren Johnston and one or more of the Merritts. We observed that many, a dozen or more, sandstone markers are placed in two rows. Very close to the old road bank there are old bricks, the remnant of a wall built around a grave or graves. I remember when I was a child that the bricks were very visible at the high edge of the east bank of the road and that they were falling into the road bed then.

This is an index of this cemetery printed with permission from the Carroll County Cemetery book by Ethel Bibus. If you are interested in further information about the people buried in this cemetery, you can purchase the Carroll County Cemetery book through Pioneer Publishing Co., P.O. Box 408, Carrollton, Mississippi 38917. Be sure and tell them you heard about the book through the Carroll County, MSGenWeb site!

If you have additional information to add to this page, please let me know and we will post it here.

Lagron, Mary Ellen

Lagron, J.L.

Lagron, C.M.

Blow, J.G.

Carroll County


I am John Hansen, volunteer County Coordinator for Carroll County, Mississippi.  I have family lines from here and hence my interest in establishing as much information as possible on early Carroll County History.

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