History of the Restoration Movement


James M. Northcross
1830-1878
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Gospel Preacher In Northern Mississippi and Southern Tennessee
Directions To The Grave of J.M. Northcross
Originally J.M. Northcross was buried in the Northcross Cemetery in Bailey Station, Tennessee. In 2006 several of the family graves were moved to Magnolia Cemetery in Collierville, Tennessee. Magnolia Cemetery is just east of Memphis, Tennessee. On Hwy. 72 head east of Memphis. In Collierville, turn left on Quinn Rd. (Note if you pass the Winfield Dunn Pkwy. you've gone too far) Quinn Road goes right beside the cemetery. Head to the far end and turn right on Keough Road. Enter the entrance of the cemetery on the north side of the cemetery. Go to the center and head through the roundabout. Continue straight ahead like you are heading to the office. Just past the center circle, the Lauderdale plot will be on your left.
GPS Location
35.034115, -89.660413


Berta Yancey Northcross
November 21, 1898
October 31, 1975


James M. Northcross
Tennessee
Sgt Co A 113 Machine Gun BN
World War 1
May 8, 1879
September 15, 1957


These listed below moved July 27, 2006
from the Northcross Cemetery at Bailey Station
Tennessee to Magnolia Cemetery

James M. Northcross
Beloved husband of
Clarissa Taylor Northcross
Served in CO. K. 10 Regiment
Mississippi Volunteers CSA
1830-1878

Estell Northcross
Daughter of James M. & Clarissa Taylor
Northcross
1873-1878

Alexander Campbell Northcross
Brother of James M. Northcross
1817-1882

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Photos Taken 11.15.2014
Webpage Produced 05.18.2015 
Courtesy of Scott Harp
www.TheRestorationMovement.com

**Special thanks to Tom L. Childers and Charlie Wayne Kilpatrick for assisting in the burial location. They, along with your web editor, took a trip into northern Arkansas to find the graves of gospel preachers of yesteryear in November, 2014. We traveled together three days and located the final resting places of nearly forty preachers and their families. It was a great trip. Many of the personalities we researched were chronicled in Boyd E. Morgan's book, Arkansas Angels, or later in Dr. Michael L. Wilson's book, Arkansas Christians: A History of the Restoration Movement in Randolph County, 1800-1995

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