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STREATER CEMETERY, (along Highway 20 on S. side just east 500 yards of Mathaler Lane) , COLBERT COUNTY, ALABAMA

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STREATER, Thomas H., 18 Apr 1835 - 15 mar 1910 "Sleep Father, take thy rest. God Called thee home he thought it best." Pvt, Knob's Alabama Battery ( Hillards Legion )Light Artillery Per Scott Dawsey Tuscumbia Al. 5 Dec 2011
STREATER, Maude, 10 Jan 1894 - 30 Nov 1908 "Gone but not forgotten"
PENICK, William Pleasant, son of H.T. & M.J. Penick, 27 Sep 1879 - 27 Apr 1900. "Sleep on sweet child and take thy rest. God called the home, He thought it best."

I was told by E.D. Ford there was an old antebellum house near this graveyard which was at one time inhabited by the Streater Family. 

The Ford family who lives nearby has a tradition of maintaining cemeteries in this area. E.D. informed me he is keeping this cemetery up. There are visible repairs to the memorials and the grounds inside this corn field. That is now E.D. Ford. His father is now deceased.

Added here 2 Dec 2009, from the photos of Wayne Austin. No source publications known of in the past.