DeSoto Parish Louisiana

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 Evergreen Cemetery

DeSoto Parish LA

 Established 1846
Take exit 186 off I-49. Go north on 175 for about three blocks and the cemetery is on the right side of the road.


Name DOB DOD Notes
Jones, Huella Custer    

Click here for letter from Huella Custer Jones. 

Submitted by Rob Terry email;

Jones, Winfield unk 20-May-1934

Click here for Find A Grave

Click here for marriage license  

Click here for a picture of Winfield and his family

Submitted by Rob Terry email;


Jones, Yell 17-Oct-1890 17-Dec-1927

Yell Jones draft registration

Click here for Find A Grave

Submitted by Rob Terry email;


Click Evergreen Cemetery  for transcription from the archives


Fallen Heroes OR Salute to Veterans

Project for any soldier  who has served his or her county during a war or peace-time. Submit your veteran's name at either site.




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