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COLLIER CEMETERY #1, (Robinson Lane), LIMESTONE COUNTY, ALABAMA

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Area Views of Collier Cemetery #1: 7767/7768/7769/7793/7794/7795/7796/7797
 

COLLIER, John H., 7 May 1824 - 1 Mar 1901, Pvt. Co. I 54th Al. Infantry. (note: Military marker has dates of 24 May 1822 - 3 Mar 1892.) 7781/7782
COOK, Lodusky M. Collier, 26 Nov 1839 - 23 Jun 1908,  Wife of Frank M. Cook. 7771/7775
COOK, Frances M.(Marion), 24 Jul 1837 - 29 Sep 1897,  Mason, Pvt. Co. F 9th Ala. Infantry, C.S.A. 7774/7775
COOK, Thomas Napoleon, 14 Mar 1874 - 9 Sep 1897 Son of Mr & Mrs F. M. Cook. "Gone too soon"  7772/7773/7775
HAMILTON, Mollie, 19 Oct 1859 - 1 Aug 1877, "Mollie Hamilton & Baby" buried in same grave. 7780
LEONARD, Aubrey, 30 Mar 1896 - 26 Aug 1897, "Son of R. M. & M. P. Leonard; How much of light how much of Joy is buried with a darling boy"  7779
LEONARD, R. M., 25 Feb 1851 - 11 Apr 1926. 7777/7778
LEONARD, Miss Bettie, 13 Aug 1842 - 10 Aug 1926. "A friend and mother to all" 7784
LINARD, Caroline M., 6 Jan 1822 - 14 May 1845. "Calm was thy day, serene thy night, Thy sun went quickly down, but glorious were the floods of light, behind thy cloudless sun." 7789/7790/7800/7801
OWEN, Freddie C., 23 Jun 1875 - 5 Nov 1887, s/o J.E. & M.J. Owen. (Not found in 2010 Survey)
PHELPS, Louiser Leonard, 11 Dec 1819 - 19 Nov 1907. 7783
RUSSELL, Maude
, 23 Jan 1897 - 3 Jul 1910.  "Asleep in Jesus" 7786
WALPOLE, James H., 2 Nov 1845 - 30 Apr 1915. 7791/7792

Unmarked fieldstone marked grave with big tree growing up in the grave: 7770
Fieldstone marking graves: 7776/7785/7787/7798/7799/7802
Unknown base with top missing. small child or footstone: 7788

This Cemetery presentation is based on the photography of Wayne Austin on 12 Dec 2010, Original typing by Faye Bradford 1 Sep 2010, and site linkage & programming occurring on 15 Nov 2010 by Mary B. Richardson. Finalized and added here by Wayne Austin of Madison Alabama on 8 Jun 2011. Also presented in the book Cemeteries of Limestone County by Linda Smith, Page 59-60, 1989.