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211    CURRIN FAMILY

      Location - in the woods off Mountain Rd. about 3/10 mile from Reavis Rd. outside Stovall.


      Directions: After driving to Stovall on Hwy 15 from Oxford, turn right in front of Stovall First Baptist Church onto Reavis Rd; drive 1.2 miles and turn left on Mountain Rd.; drive 3/10 mi. Turn right into an old farm path. The cemetery is located about 1/8 mi. in the woods on the right. Part of this path is impassable.

      There is also one fieldstone that has the letter `G' on it. There may be other grave sites on the other side of the periwinkle. The cemetery is overgrown and not easily identifiable.

      Canvassed by Bonnie Breedlove and Mildred Goss, March 1997.

      15 Fieldstones
      12 Unmarked Graves


  1. Currin, Ambrose B.   (b. 12 Jan 1854 - d. 11 Mar 1908)
      • (per obit)
  2. Currin, Mary Ann   (b. 4 Feb 1828 - d. 18 Mar 1916)
      • Wife of Stephen Currin
  3. Currin, Samuel Jefferson   (b. 21 May 1838 - d. 10 Apr 1918)
      • (according to death certificate) CSA marker.
  4. Gooch, Sarah P.   (b. 17 Jun 1874 - d. 19 Jun 1874)
      • Daughter of J.D. and S.L. Gooch


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