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LIBERTY CEMETERY, (Co Rd 66, aka Lee St., Rogersville), LAUDERDALE COUNTY, ALABAMA

Mapping the location

Signage: 9312,9580
Cemetery sign: "First public burial ground in Rogersville (est. 1818) Brush Arbor meetings were held here, and later a wooden structure was built & used by all faiths, this was destroyed by fire. A church building was built closer to town to replace it. There are many unmarked graves in this cemetery, both for whites and blacks. The black section is on north side toward town. I was unable to make a clear distinction between the two sections so did not separate them.) 9507
Area Views: 9313,9314,9315,9316,9317,9318,9566,9569,9570,9571,9572,9573,9574,9575,9576,9577,9581,9582
Old church building closer (on Lee St.) into Rogersville: 9583

ANDREWS, Bernice B., 1874 - 1948. (shares stone with Thomas C. Andrews.) 9350,9351,9352,9353
ANDREWS, R. (Richard) D., (1833) - 23 Mar 1904. "Aged 72 yrs.". (s/o Richard J. Andrews; h/o Ann Croft "Mittie" Andrews.) 9459,9460
ANDREWS, Mrs. Mittie (Ann Croft), 13 Mar 1839 - 4 Mar 1907. "Wife of R. D. Andrews", "She has gone to her home in heaven all her afflictions are o'er." 9458
ANDREWS, Thomas C., 1870 - 1939. (s/o Richard D. & Ann Croft "Mittie" Andrews; shares stone with Bernice B. Andrews.) 9350,9352,9353
APPLETON, Lolalee Lanier, 5 May 1858 - 1 Oct 1895. "The wife, the friend, the mother dear In dreamless sleep deposes here May those to whom her love was given All meet and lie with her in heaven". Footstone: "L. L. A." ( off base and on the ground.)  9516,9521
ARNETT, William, 11 Mar 1787 - 20 Feb 1855. 9549,9550,9552
BRADLEY, Sarah Eileen, 24 Apr 1916 - 10 Feb 1917. "Little children....." 9413
CARTER, Thomas. W., 8 Dec 1848 - 3 Jul 1873. "Son of M. J. & M. A. Carter", "Aged 24 years 6 Mo 27 da.". (inscription faded) 9500
COFFEE, Elizabeth P.,  12 Oct 1829 - 27 Aug 1860. 9319,9542,9543 
COX, James Bryant,  15 Nov 1837 - 29 Jan 1921. Masonic Emblem. Military marker: "Pvt Co E 7 Ala Cav. Confederate States Army". (h/o Permela A. Shane Cox.) 9553,9554,9557 
COX, Permela A. Shane, 11 Dec 1836 - 11 Feb 1925. "Wife of J. B. Cox". 9555,9557 
CRAMER, Mary E. M., 11 Oct 1833 - 28 Jul 1852. "Consort of Alvis Cramer", "Aged 18 yrs. 9 mo's 17d's.". (note: stone broken in half and off the base on the ground.) 9372 
CRUCHER, Mary H., d. 2 Jun 1858. "Wife of Wm. H. Crucher and Daughter of J. O. Eather James"( J.(Joshua) & Ester James?), "In the 22d year of her age.". 9532C,9532
CUNNINGHAM, Lizzie, 25 Jul 1890 - 30 Dec 1899. "Dau. of S. T. & M. A. Cunningham". 9439
DAVENPORT, James McLin, Jan 19, 1843 - Sep 17, 1852. "Son of T. & S.Davenport". (s/o Thomas & Sarah Davenport) 9471 
DAVENPORT, Lucrecia E.S.B. (Easter Sarah Bowland), Sep 25, 1852 - Aug 25, 1855. "Dau. of T. & S. Davenport".(d/o Thomas & Sarah Davenport.)  9467 
DAVENPORT, Thomas, Aug 31, 1810 - May 31, 1854. (b. in Londonderry, Ireland; h/o Sarah Hendrix.) 9469,9470 
DAVENPORT, Thomas Lackey, Apr 12, 1845 - May 7, 1845. "Son of T. & S. Davenport". (s/o Thomas & Sarah Davenport.)  9472
DAVIS, W. H., 21 Jun 1924 - 13 Dec 1932. (grave way out southeast by itself - could be African American grave. 9371
DEAN, Albert N., 17 Nov 1892 - 15 Dec 1921. "... though he sleeps......." 9361
DEAN, Betty Jean, 30 Oct 1932 - 11 Apr 1934. 9362
DeBUSK, Infant, 7 Feb 1912. "Infant dau. of R. E. & F. E. DeBusk". 9404
EZELL, Christopher C., 23 Oct 1858 - 16 Jan 1933. 9428,9429
EZELL, James Murry, 17 Jun 1908 - 27 Aug 1910. 9335
EZELL, James William, 9 Oct 1855 - 17 Jan 1907. 9423
EZELL, Jennie E.(Ellen Foster), 1877 - 1941. (w/o Samuel Thomas Ezell.) 9425 
EZELL, Lorena Pate, 5 Mar 1887 - 19 Oct 1923. 9333
EZELL, Samuel Thos., 12 Aug 1862 - 2 Aug 1907. (mar. to Margaret Elizabeth Harvey Ezell, and Jennie Ellen Foster Ezell.)  9424,9424C,9424D 
EZELL, Sarah Elizabeth, 31 May 1914 - 7 Jul 1915. 9334
FLANNAGAN, Ann, 19 Sep 1810 - 19 Jun 1876. "A kind mother". (note spelling of surname.) 9490C,9490 
FLANAGAN, Martha F., 26 Jul 1812 - 1 Jun 1861. "Gone to rest". 9488
FLANAGAN, Samuel, 16 Mar 1793 - 30 Jun 1871. "A kind father". Military marker: "Pvt Buford's Co. Lt. Regt Va Militia War of 1812 Mar. 17, 1793 - Jun 30 1871." (note difference in dates marker vs. tombstone.)  9489,9491 
FULKS, Fannie L. Weaver, 1 Nov 1850 - 3 Apr 1918. "Wife of Rev. J. T. Fulks". 9455,9457
FULKS, Rev. J. T.,  15 Jan 1848 - 16 Feb 1904. Masonic Emblem. Masonic Emblem. 9456,9457  
FULKS, M. A.,  27 Jul 1877 - 2 Oct 1903. Mason Emblem.  "Son of J. T. & F. L. Fulks". 9452 
FULKS, Thomas, 10 Oct 1889 - 3 Mar 1922. Masonic Emblem. 9405
FUQUA, Albert Oliver, 13 Jul 1889 - 20 Dec 1898. "Son of W. J. & N. E. Fuqua". 9464,9465,9466
FUQUA, J. Ingram, 4 Dec 1887 - 4 Mar 1956. (s/o William Joseph & Nellie Endora Williams Fuqua.) 9462
FUQUA, Nellie (Endora) W. (Williams), 14 Aug 1864 - 21 Feb 1947. (w/o William Joseph Fuqua.) 9463
FUQUA, William J. (Joseph), 25 Feb 1854 - 22 Feb 1925. (s/o John Clark & Julia Ann Ingram Fuqua; h/o and shares stone with Nellie W. Fuqua, who he married on 4 Jan 1887 in Rogersville, Al.) 9463 
GILBERT, William Bourland, 30 Jan 1843 - 15 Dec 1844. (stone broken, off base and on ground.) 9473 
GOOD, Infant, b. & d. 1 Aug 1908. "Infant of R.E. & L. E. Good", "Blessed are the .... dead". (note: stone off base.) 9378
GOODE, William A., 19 Jan 1872 - 19 Jul 1893. "Son of G. & M. S. Goode". 9379
GRAHAM, John A. (Adam), 31 Dec 1879 - 8 Mar 1959. "Married Jan. 21, 1906". (h/o and shares stone with Viola Graham, also married to Bama M. Johnson Graham.) 9444
John Adam Graham (1879 - 1959) - Find A Grave Memorial
GRAHAM, Viola Lemay,  13 May 1887 - 17 Sep 1923. (w/o and shares stone with John A. Graham.)  9444
GRAHAM, Annie May, 1 Nov 1906 - 2 Nov 1906. "Daughter of John A. & Viola Graham", "Asleep in Jesus". 9443
HARAWAY, Bayless S., 27 Nov 1882 - 10 Dec 1919. 9527
HARAWAY, John D., 9 Sep 1851 - 29 May 1929. (shares stone with Hattie Lue Haraway.) 9341
HARAWAY, Hattie Lue, 4 Dec 1871 - 18 Apr 1955. (shares stone with John D. Haraway.) 9341
HARAWAY, Ida A., 14 Dec 1860 - 12 Mar 1907. "Wife of W.B. Haraway." (d/o W. B. McMurry, note: obit states that she was born 14 Dec 1861.) 9414/Obituary
HARAWAY, J. A., 25 Apr 1840 - 23 Feb 1913. 9525
HARAWAY, Martha E., 9 Sep 1839 - 24 Nov 1888. "Wife of J. A. Haraway". 9524
HARAWAY, Sara Italine, 28 May 1909 - 8 Sep 1909."Dau. of C.L. & S.F. Haraway", "Budded on Earth to bloom in Heaven". 9410
HARAWAY, W. B., 18 May 1856 - 17 May 1922. 9415
HARRISON, Infant, 25 Aug 1935. "Infant of Roy A. & Lura R. Harrison". 9354  
HARVELL, Clemmie J., 17 Jul 1858 - 29 May 1938. 9325 
HARVELL, Miles, 11 Jan 1833 - 9 Oct 1916. Military marker: "PVT Co. E 9 Ala Cav. Confederate States Army". (Enlistment date: 1863-03-15, Rogersville, Ala.; discharge date: 1865-03-00; Pvt 7th Ala. Reg. Co. E. Pension Rec, Yes, filed by Miles Harvill, witnesses W.T. Weaver & J.A. Harraway, Ala. Pension Record No. 3870 Lauderdale Co.; Ref: Ala. Civil War Service.)  9324,9326
HAZLEWOOD, Mollie E., 5 May 1859 - 17 Jun 1861. "Daughter of T. B. & S. C. Hazlewood".  (d/o Thomas Benton and Susan C. Hazelwood, ref: Kevin C. Evans Kevans104005@gmail.com; stone broken above dates and laying on a tree stump, rest of stone still on base.) 9503,9504,9505,9506
HENDRIX, Martha (Marbut),  1 Feb 1791 - 19 Dec 1859. "Wife of Henry Hendrix. Dau. of John & Sarah Inman Marbut Erected by E.J. & Helen Howard Oct 1982." (mar. Henry Hendrix in 1808 So. Carolina, her nickname was "Patty", on 15 Sep 1841 she married Thomas Warner by Robert Tindall, in Limestone Co., Al., in 1982 her g g granddaughter Helen Davis and her husband E.J. Howard put a new ts up for Martha.) 9468 
HOGAN, Martha, 10 Dec 1832 - 19 Jul 1918.  "Wife of S.C. Hogan", "She died as she lived, a Christian". (stone broken in half and off the base.) 9411,9451
HOGAN, Samuel C.,   12 Oct 18 . .  - 13 Mar 1890. "Farewell till we meet again." (Stone broken in three sections, off base, on the ground. section where year of birth is not found.)  9449,9450
HOLDRIDGE, Mary Glenn, 4 Sep 1909 - 25 Oct 1913. "Dau. of Rev. W. T. & M. E. Holdridge", "We shall live again". 9412
HOWARD, Della Mae Ezell, 1892 - 1957. 9338 
Della Mae Ezell Howard (1892 - 1957) - Find A Grave Memorial
HOWARD, John W, Jr., (9 Apr) 1892 - (11 Aug) 1974.Military marker: "WGR US Army World War I".  9339,9340  
John W Howard, Jr (1892 - 1974) - Find A Grave Memorial
HOWARD, John W. (William, Sr.), 29 Oct 1860 - 8 Mar 1914. "Only sleeping.) 9420,9422  
John William Howard, Sr (1860 - 1914) - Find A Grave Memorial
HOWARD, Mollie G. (Georgianna Foster), 29 Nov 1869 - 16 Jun 1949. "Wife of J. W. Howard", "Only Sleeping". 9421,9422  
Mollie Georgianna Foster Howard (1869 - 1945) - Find A Grave Memorial
HUDSON, Joshua, 1804 - 1886. (shares stone with Martha Ann Dukes Hudson.) 9387
HUDSON, Martha Ann Dukes, 1821 - 1879. (shares stone with Joshua Hudson.) 9386
HURN, Mary, 1835 - 5 --- 1900. (Inscription fading away.) 9440,9441
INGRUM, Carrie Fulks, 12 May 1876 - 17 Nov 1922. "Wife of J. L. Ingrum", "Mother". 9406 
INGRUM, Dasy Lee, 15 Aug 1908 - 4 Sep 1917. "Sister", "Dau. of J. L. & Carrie Ingrum". 9453
INGRUM, Kate, 1 Dec 1901 - 3 Jul 1902. "Dau. of J. L. & S. C. Ingrum". 9454,9457
INGRAM, Joseph, .... .. 1825 - ...... . Military marker: "Joseph Ingram Pvt Co E 9 Ala Cav. Confederate State Army Sep 7, 1825 - Mar 12, 1912."  (Joseph Ingram, Branch Cavalry, Reg Unit, 9th Ala., Co. E Malone's, Authority: Letter Captain John H. Lester, Jan. 24, 1911, Enlistment Date, 1862/00/00, Lauderdale Co., Ingram's Crossroads, remarks: Sometime 7th Ala. Cav. Rank Pvt.: Ref: Alabama Civil War Service; note: Headstone broken in several pieces.)  9498,9499
INGRAM, Mozella, 3 Feb 1845 - 17 Feb 1907. "Wife of Joseph Ingram". 9497C,9497
JAMES, Harriett S., 27 Feb 1832 - 11 Oct 1853. "daughter of Joshua & Esther James". 9533
JAMES, "Richard N., "Son of ......" (Stone shaled and unreadable.) 9535
KELLEY,  Henry _.  b. 18..  (stone inscription crumbled) 9494C,9494
KELLY, Edith "Edy", 15 Jul 1810 - 6 Dec 1873. Two stones - original stone: "Edy. Kelly Jul 15, 1810 - Dec 6, 1873". (Inscription faded.) 9492,9493
KENNEY, Mary Jane, 25 Jan 1836 - 21 Feb 1860. "daughter of John & Jane G. Kenney". 9501,9502 
KYLE, Bettie, d. 21 Aug 1917. "Age 73. Yrs." (stone broken in several pieces.) 9355,9356
LANIER, Cylvester E., d. 28 Feb 1901. "Age 73 Y 10M 14D". Footstone: "... L."  9517,9518,9522,9523
LANIER, Rosa, 16 Feb 1867 - 12 Oct 1886. Footstone: "R. _. L." 9519 
LANIER, T. O.,  15 May 1862 - 26 May 1895. Footstone: "T. O. L."  (inscription faded.) 9515,9520 
LANSFORD, Infant son, "born dead" 9 Sep 1841. "Children of T.A. & M. Lansford." (shares stone with Martha J. and Wm. B. Lansford.) 9384C,9384,9386
LANSFORD, Martha J., 25 Mar 1839 - 18 Jul 1840. "Children of T.A. & M. Lansford." (shares stone with Wm. B. and an infant son.) 9384C,9384,9386
LANSFORD, Mary H., (27 Apr 1814) - d. 5 Aug 1844. "By T. A. Lansford to the memory of his wife", "Aged 30 ys. 3 ms & 8 ds.", "Thou wast  a tender daughter, A wife, a parent, friend. In thee each gentle grace And brilliant virtue Around thy sacred urn My spirit fondly twines. And for thy early death? My soul in sorry pines. Yet one reviving thought Shall cheer? my sorry? away That we shall meet again to everlasting day". 9385,9386,9579
LANSFORD, Wm. B., _th Jul 1835 - 17 Sep 1837. "Children of T.A. & M. Lansford.", "Till Christ shall come to rouse  the slumbering dead. Farewell dear sleeping babes. _  a long farewell. Sweet be your sleep beneath the silent shade W.... we have ....you in._ lowly .... .... ..." (shares stone with Martha J. Lansford. and an infant son.) 9384C,9384,9386,9579
LEMAY, Martha Ann, 1 Jul 1839 - 27 May 1910. 9363 
LEMAY, Samuel, 24 Feb 1838 - 28 Sep 1917. 9364
LEMAY, Leon P., 22 Sep 1874 - 20 Jun 1901. "Not our will beut thine be done", (shares stone with Mattie Lemay.) 9365 
LEMAY, Mattie, 12 Jun 1875 - 31 Dec 1957. (shares stone with Leon P. Lemay.) 9365
MASON, Christine W., 17 Jan 1912 - 10 Dec 1979. "In loving memory". (shares stone with Lynch N. Mason.)  9342
MASON, Lynch N., 10 Nov 1908 - 3 Feb 1959. (shares stone with Christine W. Mason.) 9342 
McMURRY, Anna Bell Briggs, 19 Sep 1844 - 20 Apr 1920. 9407
McMURRY, Lella L., 29 Dec 1886 - 22 Aug 1913. "Wife of W. J. McMurry", "A devoted wife and loving mother". 9409
McMURRY, Marjorie Fay, 21 Apr 1910 - 8 Sep 1918. "Dau. of W. J. & Lella L. McMurry", "....... From GrandMother........." 9408
McMURRY, W. A., 26 Apr 1830 - 5 Jan 1890. "A place is vacant in our home which never can be filled". 9561
MOYLER, Dr. J. W. P., d. 25 Sep 1847. 9461 
NUGENT, Mose Allen, 6 May 1882 - 15 Dec 1958. "Asleep in Jesus". 9346 
NUGENT, Velma Randolph, 2 Jan 1907 - 18 May 1968. "She died as she lived, A Christian.". 9345 
NUGENT, William B. (Ben),  8 May 1837 - 16 Jun 1914. "Saviour Lead me". Military Marker: "Pvt Co I 9 Ala Inf. Confederate States Army." (William Benjamin Nugent, d/o 1836/11/00, Birth Info; USA, Ala., Lauderdale Co., Rogersville; Regt Unit; 9th Ala Co. Unit, I, Enlistment date: 1861/04/00, Ala. Lauderdale Co. Rogersville, Pvt., Authority; Personal Statement, Census Tax Assessor Lauderdale Co. 1907-08, Continued until surrendered at Appomattox, Virginia April 9, 1865. Address 1907-08; Rogersville, Al.: Ref: Ala Civil War Service.)  9347,9348,9349
NUGENT, William M., 24 Dec 1896 - 23 Jan 1949. "The end and the Reward of toil is rest". 9322
OLDHAM, (J.) Hubert  "Cubie", 22 Oct 1900 - 14 May 1936. (s/o James Buck Oldham & Sallie Weathers Oldham.) 9327
OLDHAM, J. (James) B. (Buck), 25 Dec 1868 - 10 Jan 1946. "At rest". (s/o McKinney Oldham & Sarah Rebecca Stegall Oldham. Ref: Joe White ) joewhite@suddenlink.net.) 9328
OLDHAM, Sallie, 24 Oct 1868 - 8 Jan 1956. "At Rest". (Nee: Weathers; w/o James Buck Oldham.) 9321
OLIVER, Dr. A. O.,  8 Sep 1855 - 13 Aug 1888. "A precious one from us has gone A voice we loved is stilled A place is vacant in our home which never can be filled". Footstone: "Dr. A.O. O."  9477,9478,9479
OLIVER, Emma L., 27 May 1863 - 8 Apr 1939. "Wife - Mother". 9478,9479
OLIVER, Etoile E., 25 Aug 1882 - 25 Oct 1890. "Lord teach me to give back to Thee, The treasure Thous didst lend to me". Footstone: "E. E. O." (this footstone is leaning against that of Dr. A.O. Oliver.) 9480,9476
OLIVER, William, d. 25 Oct 1849. "Aged about 64 years". (stone broken, off base and on the ground.) 9474,9475
PAGE, Irene Cox, 28 Jun 1901 - 25 Mar 1938. "Wife of Luther Page", "I have fought a good fight I have finished my course. I have kept the faith". 9495
PAGE, Janie Ivorea, 3 May 1924 - 27 Oct 1924. "To forget is vain ... .... Loves rememberance last forever". 9496C,9496
PATE, Dr. Jesse A., 2 Aug 1845 - 21 Oct 1929. "Gone but not forgotten". Military stone: "Pvt Co F 25 Ala Inf Confederate States Army". Footstone: "Father".(shares stone with Lorena B. Pate.) 9332,9426,9427
PATE, Lorena B., 14 Jan 1867 - 26 Jul 1931. (shares stone with Dr. Jesse A. Pate.) 9332,9426
PARTRICK, Phronissa Texanah, 27 Nov 1849 - 27 Sep 1850. "daughter of P. F. & E. Partrick", "It is well". 9547,9550 
PARTRICK, Alis Medoria, 18 Jul 1851 - 3 Mar 1853. "daughter of P. F. & E. Partrick", "Died of a scald or burn", "It is well".  9545,9550 
PARTRICK, Elvira, 28 Aug 1825 - 17 Aug 1852. "Wife of P. F. Partrick". 9546,9550 
PARTRICK, P. F.,  15 Jul 1806 - 17 Jul 1857. 9320,9544,9550,9569 
PATTERSON, Jeff Ross, 29 Nov 1860 - 12 Jul 1942. (h/o Joe Ella Patterson.)  9401,9403
PATTERSON, Joe Ella, 25 May 1885 - 12 Sep 1916. 9402,9403, Obituary
PATTERSON, Joseph L.,  11 Jun 1873 - 15 Oct 1918. Woodmen of the World Memorial. "Although he sleeps His memory doth live." 9432,9433 
PATTERSON, Lena Mai, 30 Jan 1907 - 14 May 1907. "Dau. of J. L. & Maud Patterson". 9430 
PATTERSON, Mary K., 15 Sep 1901 - 15 May 1982. 9435
PATTERSON,, Maude Warmack, 19 Jun 1876 - 7 Jun 1961. "Wife of Joe L. Patterson." 9434,9433
PATTERSON, Russell L., 18 May 1913 - 21 Sep 1913. "Son of J. L. & Maud Patterson". 9431,9433 
PATTERSON, Ralph W., 13 Dec 1905 - 1 Nov 1961. 9329
PRINCE, Sarah E., 15 Aug 1856 - 16 Dec 1856. "daughter of M. W. & M. J. Prince". 9485
RICHARDSON, James C., 28 Aug 1900 - 12 Oct 1900. "Son of J. A. & M. D. Richardson", "Our darling one ....." 9442
ROGERS, Elvira J., d. 4 Aug 1861. "Consort of S.H. Rogers & Daughter of J. & Esther James", "Aged about 24 Years." 9534C,9534
SHANE, Bayless B., 4 Jan 1842 - 29 Oct 1905. "Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God.". Military marker: "PVT Co I 27 Ala Inf. Confederate States Army."  9562,9563,9566,9567,9568 
SHANE, Margaret, 28 Sep 1802 - 16 Mar 1875. "Blessed are the dea... that die in the Lord", "Wife of Robt, Shane". Footstone: "M. S." 9564,9565,9566 
SHANE, Robert, 2 Jun 1799 - 12 Jun 1879. "He was a kind and affectionate husband, a fond father, and a friend to all", "Footstone: "R. S."  9564,9565,9566  
SHANE, William R., 3 Sep 1827 - 3 Apr 1848. 9548,9550,9551,9552 
SHEFFIELD, Arthur C., 18 Sep 1818 - 26 Jun 1853. 9538 
SHEFFIELD, Arthur C., (II), (13 Jun 1853) - 8 Jun 1856. "Son of A. C. & Mary Ann Sheffield", "Aged 2 y'rs, 11 mo's. & 25 d's.", "The last of the family". 9540 
SHEFFIELD, Benjamin W., 9 Jun 1850 - 1 Jun 1854. "Son of A.C. & M. A. Sheffield". 9537 
SHEFFIELD, Mary Ann, (21 Oct 1831) - 23 Oct 1855. "Wife of A. C. Sheffield", "Aged 24 years & 2 days". 9539 
SHOLAR, William, 20 Nov 1785 - 6 Jun 1845. 9513,9514 
SIMMONS, Anna W., 1878 - 1934. 9530
SIMMONS, Woodson, Jr., 28 Oct 1875 - 10 May 1954. Footstone: "Daddy". 9529,9531
SPRINGER, Rutha J Oldham, 14 Jun 1826 - 9 Sep 1896. (shares stone with William Marion Springer.) 9436
Rutha J. Oldham Springer (1826 - 1896) - Find A Grave Memorial
SPRINGER, William Marion,  21 Aug 1833 - 20 Oct 1884. "Children J. J. "Jim" Springer 1854 - 1918, Sarah W. Dean 1858 - 1906, Bettie Anne Thornton 1859 - 1932." (shares stone with Rutha J. Oldham Springer.) 9436
William Marion Springer (1833 - 1884) - Find A Grave Memorial
STAMPS, Elizabeth, 17 Jun 1808 - 16 Apr 1853. "Wife of Joshua D. Stamps." 9482 
STAMPS, Joshua D. 10 Jul 1805 - 13 Jun 1853. "Aged 47 yrs. 11 mo's. & 3d's." 9483  
STAMPS, Maranda J.,  27 Dec 1850 - 19 Jun 1853. "Daughter of Wm. L. & M. L. Stamps". 9484 
STAMPS, Martha L., 15 Dec 1827 - 6 Apr 1853. (footstone MLS inside rock wall just east of her stone.) 9481,9541,9542 
STANFORD, Jemima, --- 20, 1820 - 29 Jany 1840. "Consort of J. W. Stanford", "Aged 19 years 7 mon. 29 days." (grave may be in the African American - southeast section - if so they were likely freedman.) 9377
TROUSDALE, Edgar A., 2 Aug 1880 - 22 Dec 1963. "At rest" 9400
TROUSDALE, Joe L., 14 Mar 1893 - 1 Jan 1914. "At rest". 9399
TROUSDALE, John F., 7 Oct 1842 - 19 Mar 1936. "Co. I 4th Ark. Cav.", "Will be missed when I am gone". Federal Army - Civil War. 9397 
TROUSDALE, Susan G Weaver, 8 Dec 1848 - 27 Oct 1904. "She was the sunshine of our home"(top), "How desolate our home bereft of thee" (Bottom). (Off base and on the ground.)  9398 
WADDLE, A. D., 27 Nov 1853 - 2 Nov 1906. 9368,9370 
WADDLE, Margarett C. (Weaver), 3 Feb 1853 - 13 Jan 1900. "Wife of A.D. Waddle". 9369,9370
WADDELL, Lillie May, 1878 - 1942. "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord.". (note difference in surname spelling Waddell vs. Waddle. mb). 9366,9370
WADDELL, W. F., 12 Apr 1881 - 16 Oct 1930. "He fought a good fight." Woodmen of the World Memorial. 9367,9370
WARMACK, Charles D., 20 Jun 1920 - 4 Sep 1920. "Son of B. K. & N. V. Warmack", "A little bud of love, To bloom with God above". 9437
WARMACK, Edna Earl, 2 Apr 1873 - 19 Mar 1962. 9331
WARMACK, Infant, b. & d. 6 Feb 1918. "Infant Dau. of B. K. & N. V. Warmack", "A little bud of love to bloom with God above". 9438
WARMACK, Mary A., 7 Aug 1844 - 11 Apr 1919.  "Although she sleeps her memory doth live". 9330
WEATHERS, Miria, 20 Apr 1840 - 14 Mar 1925. "At rest". 9323
WEAVER, Adam, 21 Apr 1797 - 20 Aug 1866. "His toils are past, his work is done  He fought the fight, the victory won". 9374 
WEAVER, Caroline, 20 Oct 1807 - 3 Feb 1888. "Wife of Adam Weaver". (note: stone off base and on the ground.)  9373 
WEAVER, George S., 20 Jun 1879 - 13 Jan 1946. (shares stone with Zilpah C. Weaver.) 9343 
WEAVER, John A., 17 Oct 1876 - 12  Oct 1939. 9344 
WEAVER, Martha J. Briggs, 29 Aug 1853 - 15 Jul 1916. "Wife of W. J. Weaver", "Mother thou hast from us flown. To the regions far above. We to thee erect this stone. Consecrated by our love." 9447,9448
WEAVER, William Joseph, 12 Sep 1844 - 19 Mar 1911. "Tho' lost to sight to memory dear". (C.S.A., Military records show dob as 9/10/1844, b. in USA, Ala. Lauderdale Co., Rogersville, Pvt. 11th Alabama Co. L., enlisted Oct. 1864 in Rogersville, Ala., Census Tax Assessor Lauderdale Co. 1907, Remarks: Continued until the close of war, surrendered at Greensboro, Ala.; living in Rogersville, Al. in 1907.)  9445,9446,9448
WEAVER, Zilpha C., 23 Oct 1881 - 3 Apr 1969. (shares stone with George S. Weaver.) 9343 
WHITE, Callie Lou, 30 Apr 1892 - 14 Feb 1963. "Wife of T.A. White Jr.". 9359
WHITE, Infant, 16 Oct 1924. "Infant son of Mr. & Mrs. T.A. White Jr.".  9357
WHITE, Infant, 17 Jan 1918. "Infant son of Mr. & Mrs. T.A. White Jr." 9358
WHITE, Thomas A., 28 Aug 1890 - 21 May 1950. "At rest". Woodmen of the World Memorial. 9360
WHITEHEAD, Jean Maurice, 31 Dec 1927. 9336
WHITEHEAD, Thomas F. b. & d. 8 Jan 1920. "At rest". 9337
YARBROUGH, Alexander Carr, 29 Aug 1903 - 6 Sep 1903. "Son of S.E. & M. L. Yarbrough". 9510,9511
YARBROUGH, Anna Belle, 9 Mar 1863 - 20 Apr 1933. "Having finish life's duties she now sweetly rests." 9419  
YARBROUGH, Josiah Riddick, 13 Aug 1867. 9416
YARBROUGH, Penelophy A., 5 Mar 1839 - 2 Aug 1923. "Wife of W. G. (or C.) Yarbrough". 9418
YARBROUGH, S. E., 15 Jan 1874 - 26 Jun 1913. "Asleep in Jesus". 9512
YARBROUGH, W G. (or C.), 28 Dec 1836 - 29 Jul 1909. (C.S.A., Pvt. Prairie Rangers, Montgomery Daily Post, 1861/06/11. Ref: Alabama Civil War Service.) 9417 
YARBROUGH, William Lenwood, 26 Aug 1910 - 12 Oct 1910. "Son of S.E. & M. L. Yarbrough", "In Heaven there is one angel more". 9509
YOCOM, Thomas R., 27 Apr 1881 - 25 Oct 1898. 9508

Footstone near headstone: "E.S." (could this be the footstone of Elizabeth Stamps? If so it is misplaced. Located in the southeast section among graves marked with fieldstones) 9380,9382
Footstone: "I or L. S." (near Sheffield lot leaning against rock wall, beside Elizabeth Coffee.) 9541,9542
Headstone/footstone very old style - dates into the mid to early 1800s: " M? R. S." 9388,9389,9390
Cannot read: "  SIMMONS, C. L or I? J.?" (no dates) 9528
INFANT,  "9 Oct 1860 - 9  Oct 1860". (gravestone inside enclosed rock wall near south end) 9558,9559
Unknown soul/souls: 9375,9376,9381,9383,9391,9392,9393,9394,9395,9396,9486,9487,9526,9536,9560,9578
Unknown soul, - African American, this style of stone is used by the old African American Community. up until about 1900. This grave is located over in the southeast section of the cemetery. I would have rolled it over to read it but it was massive in size and buried into the ground. 9375,9376

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