The photographs in this portion of the archives were contributed by:
Those known to be buried here are:
William Bebee, Sr., family patriarch,
who is buried in the southwest corner.
His wife, Sarah Anne Bebee is buried in the northwest corner.
William Bebee, Jr.
Edward Bebee, brother of Lucinda Belle, and son of William and Sarah Bebee.
Charles Edward Southern,
son-in-law of William & Sarah, is buried in the
He was born March 15, 1820 in New York, and died March 3, 1858 in Pascagoula.
Charles was married to the Bebee's daughter, Lucinda Belle Bebee Southern, born April 28, 1829 and died Nov. 26, 1900. Charles and Lucinda were married January 1, 1847.
John Savage, Sr., patriarch
of the Savage family of Pascagoula.
Henry Savage, Sr., son of John Savage, Sr.
Henry and Camillia Savage's daughter, May Savage married Charles Spicer.
They are the parents of Paulette Spicer who is buried in Greenwood Cemetery.
Clara Spicer Wainwright, born
July, 1883, and died Aug 1, 1909.
Married General Lee Wainwright Sept 6, 1900. She died giving birth.
Buried here with her baby, Ralph Wainwright, born Aug 1, 1909, died 1911.
General Lee Wainwright is buried in Machpelah Cemetery. He was born
Aug 21, 1876 and died Feb 20, 1936 twin son of Walton Wainwright and
Louise Boone. His twin brother was Sidney Wainwright, who died in 1916.
Known friends buried here are:
A couple known only as Mr. and Mrs. Braddock.
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