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Area views of the McCully Cemetery: 3415/3416/3417/3422/3425/3426/3428/3429/3430/3431/3433/Fence is all you can see:3434/3435/3436

BLACK, Almeda C. "Ally", McCully, 30 Dec 1857 - 18 Nov 1879 (wife of Isaiah Washington Black interred in his own family cemetery. They had a son Raymond W. Black interred in the New Garden Cem.) 3418/3419
LAPINGTON, William Mason, 7 Feb 1860 - 12 May 1919 3411/3412/3419
LAPINGTON, Ophelia (McCully), 25 Mar 1860 - (no death date) 3411/3412/3419
McCULLY, W. W., 22 Jun 1816 - 16 Jun 1905, Gritz's Co., Norwood's Battery, Alabama Militia, Cherokee War 1838 3408/3409/3410/3432
McCULLY, Thomas W.,  31 May 1853 - 3 Jul 1914 Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord. Rev. 13:14 3429C/3429/footstone T.W.M.:3421/back of monument: 3428
McCULLY, James B., 13 Oct 1849 - 13 Apr 1930 3413/3414

This Cemetery presentation is based on the photography of Wayne Austin. Uploaded here by C. Wayne Austin of Madison Alabama on 10 Jun 2014. This cemetery was also presented in the book Limestone County Alabama Cemeteries by Linda H. Smith on page 292, surveyed Feb. 1, 1990 copied by Anna J. Lee. Added photography for visit 2 Nov 2015 by C. Wayne Austin. I can see why the Findagrave visitors have not visited this cemetery. There is a sharp-spiked 5' Wrought Iron Fence surrounding this cemetery, but with no gate. Since I carry a  2' aluminum ladder I was able to scale it. Because of that fence the vandals have left the cemetery unscathed unscathed, but the Privy Hedge has invaded the place. I cut some of it near the stones.