BAYLESS-EDDINS CEMETERY, (Old Rail Road Bed Road), MADISON COUNTY, ALABAMA
Mapping the location
The cemetery viewed in the distance from standing on the residential dead
end road. 2933C/2933/2932
Area views of the cemetery: 2908/2909/2918/2918C/2923/2927/2928/2923C/2924/2929/2931
BAYLESS, John, Born 23 Dec 1780 - Died 8 Mar 1860. "In Memory of John Bayless", "Blessed is the man that endureth temptation for when he is tried he shall receive the Crown of life which the Lord hath promised to them that love him." 2910/2912
BAYLESS, Elizabeth, Born 3 Sep 1785 - Died 6 Dec 1862, "In Memory of Elizabeth, Consort of John Bayless." 2911/2912
BAYLESS, R. W., born 28 Sep 1821 - died 16 Jan 1866. 2913/2916/2917
BAYLESS, Bartley H., 3 Mar 1812 - 4 Jun 1864. 2914/2915
EDDINS, Benjamin E., Born 21 Feb 1794 - Died 2 Jul 1852 2920/2921/2922/2928
EDDINS, Mary A., Born 2 Nov 1807 - Died 7 Nov 1899 2919/2921/2922/2928
Fieldstones possibly marking graves: 2924/2926
Notes: One large tree has recently fallen into the center of the graveyard and luckily no stones were in its path, but a large log now separates the tall obelisk monuments from the others.
It has been reported in the past that the John & Elizabeth Bayless inscriptions were on the same stone but actually they each have an identical stone as can be seen in the above photos. Benjamin & Mary Eddins do share a stone though.
Federal Census information for these families
Typing by Faye Bradford. Listings & Links developed by C. Wayne Austin
20 Apr 2011 using photos dated 15 Feb 2011 by C. Wayne Austin. Added here
21 Apr 2011. This cemetery was shown in the book Madison County Cemeteries Vol 1
page 14 by the Johnsons.
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