The Daniel P. Davis Memorial Cemetery is located in Mississippi near the Pearl River County and Stone County border. To find this cemetery, drive 12 miles west from Wiggins, MS on Highway 26. Turn right on Lee Road which soon becomes Otho Davis Road (if you cross into Pearl River County on Highway 26, you just missed the turn). Drive two miles on Lee/Otho Davis Road, and turn left onto County Farm Road. Drive 1.3 miles and the cemetery will be on your right.
On June 26, 2004 Howard Baulch visited this cemetery and took photos of selected tombstones. Howard's great-grandaunt, Emeline Lee Davis, and many of her family are buried here. The transcriptions and tombstone photos are presented below. Comments in parentheses are not on the tombstone and are additional information offered by the author.
|Davis, Alzada||Mar 6, 1861||Feb 4, 1927||(w/o Eli Payton Davis)||She was the sunshine
of our home
|Davis, Daniel||1772||1857||(grandfather of Daniel Peyton Davis)||LA Militia
War of 1812
|Davis, D. P.
(Daniel Peyton Davis)
|Sep 14, 1832||Jul 13, 1914||(h/o Emeline Lee Davis)||His many virtues form
the noblest monument
to his memory.
|Davis, Eli Payton||Jul 29, 1852||Jan 5, 1923||(s/o D. P. & Emeline Lee Davis)||Thy life was beauty,
(Elizabeth Lott Davis)
|Apr 27, 1862||Jan 28, 1937||(w/o Louis P. Davis)||Beloved one farewell|
|Davis, Emaline J.||Mar 30, 1867||Jan 25, 1902||(d/o D. P. & Emeline Lee Davis)|| |
|Davis, Louis P.
(Louis Porter Davis)
|Mar 21, 1860||Mar 23, 1909||(s/o D. P. & Emeline Lee Davis)
(h/o Elizabeth Lott Davis)
|Davis, Sarah J.
(Sarah Jane Davis Price)
|Dec 6, 1857||Nov 5, 1910||Wife of D. W. Price
(d/o D. P. & Emeline Lee Davis)
"Blessed are the dead
which die in the Lord."
(Emeline Lee Davis)
|Aug 9, 1833||Jan 5, 1907||Wife of D. P. Davis
(d/o John Riley & Arsenith Lee)
|Gone but not forgotten.|
|Lewis, Maggie Davis||Jul 27, 1888||Apr 21, 1962||(d/o Eli Payton & Alzada Davis)|| |
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