Recognizing our Heros

Patriotic FlagLive as people who are free, not using your freedom as a cover-up for evil, but living as servants of God.

1 Peter 2:16


With in the next couple of weeks we will be celebrating the Fourth of July holiday, with fireworks, bar-b-que and family. Jennings United Methodist Church family has many heros buried in the cemetery, these individuals who stood up for us so we can enjoy the freedoms outlined in the Declaration of Independence. “…all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.—“

Below is the list of servicemen and women buried at Jennings Chapel United Methodist Cemetery.

Joseph Donald Atchison

Joseph Henry Bell

Roy C. Caldwell

Richard A. Duren

Alfred L. Freeman

Memorial for Joseph Hardin

Samuel Harper

A.M.D. Howard

Fletcher Jomes

James Walker McDaniel

Paul G. Meadows Sr.

James T. Moore

Rev. John C. Powell

Paul John Rossman

John H. Schmidt

James R. Sutton

Oliver Harwood Sutton

William G. Thompson

Amon Elijah Turner

Benjamin Williams

Bertie H. Williams

James B. “Jimmy” Williams

John Powell Williams (Rev.)

Wlaton H. Wright

John J. Yerby

Thank you to all service men and women, those who are still with their families and those that have gone home.

Do you have a story about one of your family’s heros?

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