Birdwell Cemetey on Birdwell Cemetery Road lies on the northern edge of Natchez Trace State Park and Forest. It contains a four-person grave house! David Donahue recorded Birdwell Cemetery April 30, 2001.
Birdwell, Albert H., July 16, 1840-Nov. 20, 1924 [one of four graves covered by grave house]
Birdwell, Dany A., Oct. 22, 1844-Feb. 24, 1875 [one of four graves covered by grave house]
Birdwell, Elizabeth, Apr. 21, 1840-Jan. 28, 1896, "Wife of A. H. Birdwell" [one of four graves covered by grave house]
Birdwell, Infant, Oct. 12, 1892, "Infant son of J. S. and N. J. Birdwell"
Bridwell, Bettie, 1878-1957
Birdwell, J. I., 1869-1942
Butler, Jemyeran O., Feb. 7, 1827-Apr. 6, 1954, "Wife of W. S. Butler" (homemade) [one of four graves covered by grave house; first name is best guess as cursive writing on concrete marker is extremely difficult to read]
In addition to the above graves, four graves are marked with massive vertical concrete slabs. No inscriptions were visible in lighting conditions when the cemetery was visited.