Bethel Cemetery, Brandon, Mississippi – Tombstone Tuesdays July 29, 2020

This week’s Tombstone Tuesdays post is Bethel Cemetery in Brandon, Mississippi. This is where Ed BearrsRest in Peace Corporal Ed Bearrs, USMC and Chief Historian of the National Parks Service – 1923 – 2020, , his wife, and a daughter are buried.

Official website for the church:


Cemetery Census – No listing located

Facebook: For the church

Find-A-Grave: (1 Famous memorial –

Flickr: No listings located

GenealogyTrails: Possible listing located

Google Maps: Google Maps, Bethel Cemetery

Histopolis: No listing located

Historical Marker Database: No listing located, but on the church website, there appears to be a marker for the church

Hometown Locator: No listing located

Inspirock: No listing located

Instagram: No listing located No listing located

Only In Your State: No listing located

Pinterest: No listings located

RecordAGrave – No listing located

Roads and Kingdoms: No listing located

Roadside America: No listing located

Road Trippers: No listing located

Trip Advisor: No listing located

Tumblr: No listing located

Twitch channel or search: No listing located

Twitter: No listing located

US GenWeb Tombstone Project: No listing located

Vimeo channel or search: No listings located

Waymarking: No listing located

Wikipedia: No listing located

World Wide Cemetery: is a one-time $90 fee to add a memorial:; additional information: Visit memorials: No listing located for the cemetery

Yelp: No listing located

YouTube: No videos located

Previous Tombstone Tuesdays posts:

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