Gregg Cemetery

 

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Gregg Cemetery



By June England Tuck and Deborah Tuck Young

Cemetery located in Northern part of Hopkins County. From Sulphur Springs Square go north on Hwy 154, turn right on FM Road 71, turn left on FM Road 69, cemetery will be on the right behind a house. A private road leads to the house. Cemetery had a lot of work done on it in summer of
2001. Real nice.

Gregg, John - b. 3 Dec. 1780, d. 3 Oct. 1849, age 68 yrs. 10 mos.

Gregg, Catharine - b. 9 Feb, 1786, d. 14 Dec, 1837 - First wife of John Gregg, married 8 Jan. 1806. She is not buried there, but her name is on
one side of his stone, in memory of her. Some say she died in Ark.

Gregg, Mary - Died 28 May 1862 - Second wife of John Gregg, married 7 June 1840 Her name is on one side of his stone.

Gregg, Cinderella C. - Died 3 Dec. 1872, age 54 yrs 1 mo. 22 days

Gregg, Samuel - Died 5 feb. 1856, age 45 yrs. 7 mo. , husband of Cinderella Gregg

Gregg, Precilla - Stone broken, missing parts.

Gregg, Jacob - Unmarked grave

Gregg, infant - Born and Died 9 Aug. 1847, infant of J. & L. Gregg

Gregg, Freddie - Died 17 Aug. 1854, age 15 days, son of J. & L. Gregg

Hopkins, infant - Died 4 Dec. 1856, age 10 mo. 1 day , infant son of David & Anna Hopkins

Gregg, Melinda - Infant of John & Catharine Gregg. Unmarked grave

Gregg, Matilda - Infant of John & Catharine Gregg. Unmarked grave



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