|Yellow Fever Cemetery
|Our Dying History
in Berlin Germany
Died of yellow fever in
Sept. 4 1878
|Although over 300 people died from the
Epidemic, Yellow Fever Cemetery was in
use many years prior to the epidemic
from which it received it's name.
Below you will see that Annie T. Hill
Died October 25th 1857, well before
the epidemic peaked.
|Ann A. Abel
Jun 5 1809
Sept T 1855
|J. AUGUSTINE SIGNAIGO
J. Augustine Singaigo, born in 1835
in Italy, founded the Grenada
Sentine; in 1854. A poet, he wrote
the libretto of a hit Cival War
eperetta, " The Vivandiere." He
served as president of the Mississippi
Press Association in 1869. He
died in 1876 and is buried beside his wife
and child in Grenada's
Yellow Fever Cemetery.
~Ms. Dept of Archives and History~
|Many of the grave sites are in disrepair and many
of the graves are unmarked or have been
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