Kingston Area Cemeteries   
One of the purposes of the DJS organization is to maintain the burying grounds of the original settlers in the vicinity of the Kingston Church, Adams County, Mississippi.
Rev. Samuel Swayze lived in Natchez at the time of his death in 1784. He was buried below Fort Rosalie on a bluff that has since washed away. 

   kingstoncemetery                 Solomon Swayze Memorial (1776-1833) at Kingston Cemetery                       

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Kingston Cemetery
On Kingston Road from Highway 61, stay right where it becomes Hutchins Landing Road and go past the Kingston Methodist Church.   Photo: Five unknown Union soldiers--headstones procured by Polly Tarver Scott. There was a skirmish near Kingston in the 1863 Battle of Natchez.

Facebook page of photos for Kingston cemetery.
Kingston Cemetery Occupants & Plot Map 1992 ; Many internments indexed at FindAGrave
King Farrar Cemetery 
On Kingston Road from Highway 61, stay right where it becomes Hutchins Landing Road.  Cemetery is across the road from the Kingston Methodist Church.  Left photo: Monument to Caleb King & wife Mary Swayze.  Indexed at  FindAGrave. 
Frogmore Cemetery  
On Kingston Road from Highway 61, stay left where it becomes Deerfield Road. Frogmore Plantation Road is on the left past the Commencement Plantation Road. Go along Deerfield Road,turn right on Wilkinson Road. Cemetery is on the southwest corner of the intersection, about a quarter of a mile from the road. 

Frogmore Plantation was owned for a while by Benjamin Franklin Swayze and wife Sarah Sophronia Farrar, on property once owned by Nathan Swayze. 

  Frogmore Occupants