Baldwin Funeral Home, Pontotoc, MS

Baldwin Funeral Home

96 S Main St
Pontotoc, MS 38863
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Phone: (662) 489-1522

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Comment on Baldwin Funeral Home - Pontotoc, MS written by: Sheila Schulteis 4 stars 2010-12-08 16:19:49 To Whom it may concern: Could this possibly be the funeral home owned by Peter Baldwin/Baldwyn in the late 1800's or early 1900's. If it wasnt Peter, it could have been his father. I am tracking down my ancestors, and my mom who is still living said the Baldwyns owned a funeral home. Peter Baldwyn/Baldwin was married to my aunt Annie Baldwyn/Baldwin. My mom lived in pontotoc and tupelo when she was young, as did many of her other ancestors. She isnt sure the correct spelling, but did actually know Her aunt Annie, as they called her, and Peter. Im sorry to bother you, but im trying to find this stuff out before my mom gets older and dies, and just for myself as well. I have many old photos of people(ancestors) who lived in and around Pontotoc and Tupelo. Many many of them died and were buried there. I hope you will respond to my email, as Im anxious to find out. My Aunt Annie had brothers elihu, james andrew, and Dock Goggans as brothers, and a sister Mary Elizabeth goggans, and a sister Sarah Francis, who married Wm. Wilder, which from what I undersatnd thru research seems to be a a very popular name back in those days. When I googled Baldwyn funeral home I didnt expect so many items to come up. But thats because I didnt know Baldwyn was a town, and it popped up all funeral homes in Baldwyn as well. Thank you for any help you can give me. Once again, sorry to bother you.
Sheila Schulteis


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Baldwin Funeral Home - Pontotoc, MS Dennis Long Obituary announcement - Posted by Shirley and Paul Nelson 2016-10-04 19:26:29 Dennis Long's Mother and Family:

We were fortunate to meet and get to know Dennis through our son Peter Nelson. Dennis was such a kind gentleman when he came to visit our farm in MN and little trailer in FL. He cooked for us but most importantly prayed for us and remembered us with such nice cards and texts. He went home to his first father and will be dearly missed on earth--well done good servant of the Lord!

Your "northern" friends, Shirley and Paul Nelson


Baldwin Funeral Home - Pontotoc, MS James Tedford Obituary announcement - Posted by Joanne Robertson 2013-04-20 22:31:37 Ruby,

I am so very sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Joanne Robertson


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