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SPILLMAN FAMILY CEMETERY
(Located off LA Hwy 421 on private property in Spillman,
West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana)




Recorded by Glynn Hardy Spillman, Julie Spillman Stewart,
and Carl M. Stewart (stewpapa@aol.com) on October 19, 2000

Row 1

Paul Bradley Martin
April 10, 1962
July 29, 1997

Row 2

John Fred Pray
April 26, 1921
December 17, 1982

Howard A. Spillman
July 5, 1894
September 22, 1978
WWI Veteran

Elida Taylor Spillman
April 17, 1893
December 9, 1975
"The rose may fade, the lily die,
but the flowers immortal bloom on high."

Essie Hughes Spillman
November 1, 1896
December 6, 1973
Green Darrel Spillman (son of Green Davis Spillman)
December 5, 1888
September 10, 1981

Row 3

Annie B. Spillman Hood (Daughter of Thomas Earl Spillman)
December 16, 1914

Ivy Anderson Hood
September 17, 1909
June 5, 1980

Row 4

Margaret Ruth Bergeron Spillman
August 15, 1927
December 27, 1998

John Aubrey Spillman Jr.
January 6, 1925
April 4, 1984

John Aubrey Spillman Sr. (Son of Green Davis Spillman)
September 3, 1885
February 9, 1964
"Gone but not forgotten"

Dicy Lillie Spillman (wife of John Aubrey Sr.)
April 2, 1897 (daughter of Jack and Cenie Lillie)
October 21, 1940
"Gone but not forgotten"

Clarence E. Spillman (son of John Aubrey and Dicy)
May 30, 1926
May 19, 1988
Married June 5, 1952

Sue Easley Spillman
October 11, 1931
"They can never quite leave us,
although they have gone home"

Claudie Ray Spillman (son of Clarence Spillman)
August 3, 1954
June 8, 1993
"To live in the hearts we leave behind is not to die"

Annie Mae Austen Spillman
April 25, 1892
April 20, 1971

Thomas Earl Spillman (son of Green Davis Spillman)
April 16, 1887
April 1, 1973

John David Spillman (son of Thomas Earl Spillman)
August 13, 1920
March 30, 1983
"I shall dwell in the house of the Lord forever"
Barbara Wilkinson Spillman
February 20, 1933

Row 5

Van Clayton Spillman (son of John Aubrey and Dicy)
March 22, 1931
May 14, 1993
cpl US Army Korea
Spillman Carol H
March 3, 1933
"wed April 6, 1950"

Anna Mae Austin Spillman (wife of Emmite Spillman)
July 29, 1913 (daughter of Louis Edward Austin)
October 17, 1952
"Tho' lost to sight, to memory dear"

Calvin Spillman (no dates)

Josephine Peterson Spillman (wife of L.C. Spillman)
January 20, 1868
March 28, 1955
wife of L.C. Spillman

L. C. Spillman (Louis C., son of John Joseph Spillman)
October 11, 1859
January 6, 1936

John Adam Spillman
December 25, 1887
March 28, 1955
"A faithful Father"

Lizzie C. Spillman
August 29, 1892
July 13, 1980
"A loving Mother"

Margareth Pedersen Spillman
September 12, 1946
G.B.S. + M.E.P.

Glen B. Spillman Sr.
July 16, 1943

Row 6

Van A. Noland
November 29, 1870
March 28, 1937

(Donnie) Sophronie Spillman Noland
August 24, 1880
February 8, 1929

Robert Noland
July 27, 1908
March 27, 1935

Susie S. Taylor (no dates)

Pearly Spillman (no dates)

Dora R. Spillman (possibly Dora Rogillio Spillman,
who married Reuben Spillman in 1881)

Emma R. Spillman (possibly Emma Rogillio Spillman,
who married Howard A. Spillman in 1890)

Mary R. Spillman (possibly Mary Rogillio Spillman,
born 1862 died October 9, 1883, wife of
Green Davis Spillman)

David Spillman (possibly Arthur Davis Spillman 1881,
infant son of Mary Rogillio Spillman
and Green Davis Spillman)

Row 7

Dalton Vernon Martin
March 25, 1896
July 6, 1980

Burrie Spillman Martin
July 15, 1902
June 20, 1979

Mickey Martin
November 18, 1938
July 19, 1945
"Thy God has claimed Thee as his own"

Susan Margaret Roberts Spillman
September 8, 1868
August 4, 1952
wife of Howard A. Spillman
"Dearest Mother, thou hast left us here,
Thy loss we deeply feel,
But 'tis God that hath bereft us,
He can all our sorrows heal."

Howard A. Spillman (son of John Joseph Spillman)
September 8, 1866
August 3, 1928
"Dearest Father, thou hast left us here,
Thy loss we deeply feel,
But 'tis God that hath bereft us,
He can all our sorrows heal."

J. J. Spillman (John Joseph Spillman, son of John A. Spillman
of Germany and Mary (Polly) Marley Young Spillman)
November 1, 1832
November 6, 1914

Sophronia Spillman (daughter of Reuben and Elizabeth Nash)
December 19, 1836
January 21, 1903
"Farewell dear friends, as you pass by,
As you are now, so once was I,
Prepare for death and follow me."

(The graves of J.J. and Sophronia Spillman are enclosed
in a wrought iron fence.)

John Spillman (no dates)

Molly Spillman (no dates)

Cindy Spillman (no dates)

Henry Spillman (no dates)

Laura Spillman (no dates)

Henry M. Spillman (son of John A. and L. J. Spillman)
July 11, 1876
February 2, 1936

Luther L. Spillman
December 16, 1904
September 21, 1941

Mary Smith Spillman (wife of Henry M. Spillman)
May 16, 1887
April 15, 1967

Row 8

G. D. Spillman (son of John Joseph Spillman)
November 12, 1857 (founder of Spillman, Louisiana)
December 5, 1940
"Father At Rest
Life's work well done
He rests in peace"

Margaret Ann Early Spillman
May 6, 1864
June 24, 1915
wife of G. D. Spillman
"Our darling Mother from us has gone
A voice we love is stilled
A place is vacant in our home
Which never can be filled
Tho we hope to meet again
at the gates of pearl
God calls me from this world of care
Farewell loved ones God be with you
til we meet again"

Row 9

Llewellyn Spillman Jr.
June 6, 1939
December 2, 1956
"Humble yourself before the Lord
and He will exalt you. James 4:10"

baby Spillman (stillborn daughter)
January 15, 1938

Alice Hadden Spillman
August 1, 1906
October 16, 1994

Llewellyn Spillman (son of Green Davis Spillman)
April 10, 1894
January 25, 1989

Helen S. Miller (daughter of Llewellyn Spillman)
June 2, 1929

Marvin Miller Jr.
March 27, 1929
December 16, 1993

Adele Moore
May 3, 1926

Harley Michael Moore
February 25, 1921
October 3, 1989
"A little man with a big heart"

Ruby Cheek Spillman
June 24, 1904
October 1, 1990
"Blessed are the pure in heart,
for they shall see God Matt. 5:8"

Ollie Leon Spillman
April 24, 1896
April 2, 1972
"In God we trust"

Infant Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Spillman
October 4, 1934