Reverend Allen Washington Duck and wife Mary, last assigned pastor Rodney Presbyterian.
Arcola Alston May, lifetime Rodney resident, owner Alston's grocery, friend to many.
Reverend Joseph Bullen, Jr., the first Presbyterian missionary to the Mississippi Territory.
Tom C. Sullivan
Annie Lee Spruill Owens, whose mother, Estelle Eugenia Stringer Spruill, descended from the Guices, Kinnisons, and Stringers, and had many family ties to Jefferson County.
“In memory of Salvadore (Sam) and Conchetta (Lena) Giglio Piazza and the Piazza Family, owners of Fatland Plantation since 1935.”
David Hunt, he donated and raised funds for the building of Rodney Presbyterian, he also paid off the $1500 debt upon it's dedication.
John Aldridge Limerick, deacon Rodney Presbyterian and wife Irene Stuart Limerick, organist on the fateful day when USS Rattler men were captured within Rodney Presbyterian. In retaliation the church was shelled. Mr. Limerick wrote a letter recounting this event. Also in memory of their daughter Annette Limerick Holder, who grew up in Rodney Presbyterian.
Daisy McGill-"Aunt T", "Miss Daisy", she met many folks visiting Rodney .
Birth May 12, 1917 in Mississippi
Death 8 June 2013. Beloved "Last Rememberer "...
Vorace and Weenonah Montgomery Dearing.