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527    MCCULLEN FAMILY

      Location - on Share Cake Rd (SR-1818) about 0.8 mile from Hwy 701.


      Directions: From Clinton take Hwy 701 North (Hobbton Hwy) to Share Cake Rd (SR-1818). Turn left. Go for 0.8 mile. The cemetery is on the left.

      Survey compiled by Bradley Lee West, Kenneth Dale Register and Phyllis Jeanette West and published in 2004.


  1. Best, Lilly Gertrude   (b. - d. )
      • Daughter of T. J. and Penny Best.
  2. Boyette, Sarah   (b. 5 Nov 1886 - d. 25 Apr 1919)
      • Wife of C. F. Boyette.
  3. Fleming, Rosie   (b. - d. 1899)
      • Infant of J. A. and P. Fleming.
  4. McCullen, Ada May   (b. - d. 31 May 1919)
      • 6 months, 6 days.
  5. McCullen, Ed   (b. 15 Mar 1888 - d. 7 Oct 1931)
  6. McCullen, Emma   (b. - d. Sep 1892)
      • Aged 13 months.
  7. McCullen, Infant   (b. 28 Jul 1917 - d. 28 Jul 1917)
      • Infant of W. H. and Cora McCullen.
  8. McCullen, John Thomas   (b. 31 Jan 1889 - d. 14 Dec 1984)
  9. McCullen, Louetta Best   (b. 22 Jul 1889 - d. 4 Jul 1965)
      • Wife of John Thomas McCullen.
  10. McCullen, Mary Bell   (b. 3 May 1924 - d. 8 Oct 1924)
  11. McCullen, Solomon   (b. 14 Feb 1851 - d. 12 Jan 1892)
  12. McCullen, Thomas A.   (b. 13 Dec 1920 - d. 23 Jun 1921)


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