A Gazetteer for the United States and Canada
The location of Twin Cemetery
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and the surrounding area.
Profile for the Twin Cemetery ...
Since our focus is on geography, we don't have any burial or interment information. Nor do we have any contact information for the Twin Cemetery. For information of that nature, we suggest the Find-A-Grave<1> website: The Twin Cemetery (FAG ID #63320)
We have organized the cemeteries in our Gazetteer based on a problem that we had while working on our own genealogy. We found an ancestor that we believed to have been buried in one cemetery was actually buried elsewhere. We discovered that his burial had been refused at the last moment and the family had scrambled to make new arrangements. By looking at nearby cemeteries, the surrounding communities and in newspapers of the period, we were finally able to locate his burial site. Should you find yourself in the same situation, we hope that our Gazetteer helps you discover your lost ancestor.
This page contains eight sections:
The Location of the Twin Cemetery...
Below are the GPS coordinates (latitude and longitude) that we are using for the location of the Twin Cemetery
Lat: 32.8841° (32° 53' 2")
Lon: -88.5533° (-88° 33' 11")
Establishment of the Twin Cemetery ...
The Twin Cemetery was established in 1833.
Map of nearby cemeteries ...
The red map marker shows the location of the Twin Cemetery.
The blue marker shows the location of a cemetery. An index for the markers can be found to the right of the map.
Nearby communities with newspapers ...
The following communities are those where newspapers have been published and are located in the vicinity of the Twin Cemetery. Unless otherwise noted, the following communities are located in Kemper County.
More information can be found on our list of Local Newspapers for the Twin Cemetery.
List of the closest cemeteries ...
We know of 27 cemeteries that are within 10 miles [16.1 km] of the Twin Cemetery. The cemeteries are listed in alphabetical order.
Unless otherwise noted, the following cemeteries are located in Kemper County.
For an expanded list with details, please visit our List of cemeteries.
List of neighboring communities ...
The following 14 communities are within 20 miles [32.2 km] of the Twin Cemetery.
For the full list with details, please visit our List of Communities.
Websites to help with your genealogy research ...
When we do our genealogical research, we first visit the websites from Cyndi's List, FamilySearch, the UsGenWeb Project and Genealogy Trails. These helpful websites offer the information directly or else point to where you can find it. Their information is open to all and free to view - you should note that they might link to other websites which do charge.
To help you get started, the following links will take you to the pages that might help with the Twin Cemetery:
For pages that are specific to Mississippi:
These pages are specific to Kemper County:
Genealogy information for nearby counties:
Cemetery Information and Directories for Mississippi:
Of Special Interest ...
The GenDisasters website specializes in newspaper articles about tragedies and disasters. While it makes interesting reading all by itself, it should be of special interest to genealogists and family historians looking for people who were either affected by or directly involved in such tragedies.
Miscellaneous References and Mentions of the Twin Cemetery ...
While our initial data for the Twin Cemetery came from goverment sources, we have also found mention of the Twin Cemetery elsewhere. Typically we have little information to start with, but we try to add detail as we continue our research. We've created the following list to keep track of the sources we found useful in our research about the Twin Cemetery.
Referenced GNIS Record ...
GNIS ID #678999 (Name of Record: Twin Cemeteries)
Referenced Find-A-Grave Entry: FAG ID #63320
Other Roadside Stops ...
Off-the-Road Links ...
The official website for State of Mississippi: www.ms.gov/
|This page was last modified: 11 Oct 2017|
|By John Hall|