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Port Gibson Cemetery

(Also known as DePriest Cemetery)

Union Township


Gibson County, Indiana
 
Coordinates: Exact location not yet established!  Monument not located 18 Mar 2016.
Congressional Location:NW-1/4; SW-1/4; SECTION 3; TOWNSHIP 3S; RANGE 10W
Common Directions:

Located about 600 feet north of County Road 525S, 2/10 mile west of the intersection with County Road 275E.  About 4.5 miles northeast of Fort Branch.

Last updated18 Mar 2016

The following list is an attempt to show all known graves from photographs, census, marriage and other genealogical records.  However, there could be other graves which are unknown due to missing, unreadable, destroyed or broken markers. 
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Surname
Given Name
Birth Date
Death Date
Notes & Inscriptions
Photos
Section
Row
McDonald Alexander
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19 Jun 1865 Son of Daniel & Julia (KNOX) McDONALD.
Aged:  5 yrs. 5 mos. 22 dys.

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McDonald
Daniel
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26 Feb 1863 Husband of Julia (KNOX) McDONALD.  Married 4 Sep 1856.
Aged:  28 yrs. 8 mos. 11 dys.

Pvt., Co. E, 80th Ind Vols. "Died in the hospital at Elizabethtown, Kentucky."


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McDonald
Julia
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12 Feb 1879 nee KNOX.  Wife of Daniel McDONALD.  Married 4 Sep 1856.
Aged:  43 yrs. 11 mos. 5 dys.

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Only one stone found. All three are recorded on the one stone. On the fourth face of this four-sided stone is the inscription: "In Memory of Father and Mother. Erected by their children, 1894"

Information on the monument from records furnished by Ernie Lasley.


Sign on approach to the Port Gibson area.
View from road west of reported burial location in treeline.