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BROWNING CEMETERY, (Harvest, Al.), MADISON COUNTY, ALABAMA

Mapping the location

Cemetery Signage: 8495

Area Views: 8531,8532,8533,8534,8540,8541,8542,8543,8545

BROWNING, Pvt Charles (H.) B. (Benton),  Jul. 9, 1837 d. Apr. 19, 1862. "Co. K 35 Tn. Inf. C.S.A." (See findagrave for photo & write up of dedication of this military marker) 8536,8538,8539
BROWNING, Francis W.( Biles),  Jul. 10, 1814 - Aug. 24, 1888. 8507
BROWNING, J. (John) Clinton,  (Jun. 13,) 1890 - (Aug. 25,) 1925. 8517,8518
BROWNING, Lula Belle (Hosch), Sep. 9, 1874 - Jun. 13, 1908. "At rest". 8504
BROWNING, Melville B. (Biles), Mar. 22, 1856 - Feb. 25, 1915. "At rest". 8505
BROWNING, Mollie (Ann) Love,  Aug. 8, 1857 - Feb. 18, 1894. 8506
BROWNING, R. (Robert) J. (Jonathan),  May 17, 1809 - Jul. 15, 1885. 8508
BROWNING, Pvt Samuel W.,  Jan. 24, 1839 - Jan. 30, 1863. "Co. F 4 Ala Cav. C.S.A.". 8536,8537,8539
BROWNING, Billie, 1924 - 1930. 8520
BROWNING, Thelma Russell, b. 1924 d. 1930. No photo
BRUMLEY, James R., Apr. 24, 1894 - Feb. 9, 1918. "Died in France". Woodmen of the World Memorial. (stone off base and on the ground.) 8512,8513
CARRALL, Charles Clinton,  Oct. 24, 1909 - Oct. 10, 1910. "Son of J.W. & L. V. Carrall". 8530
CARRALL, Infant, 30 Jul 1908 - 30 Jul 1908. "Infant son of J.W. & L. V. Carrall", "Gone so soon". (Note spelling of surname Carrall vs Carroll.) 8527,8528
CARROLL, John W.,  Feb. 20, 1857 - Jan. 6, 1918. Woodmen of the World Memorial. 8524,8525,8533
CARROLL, Lula V.,  Sep. 8, 1870 - Jun. 13, 1953. "Mother:" 8526
CARROLL, Robt. L., 29 Mar 1898 - 29 Oct 1902. "Son of J. W. & L. V. Carroll", "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". 8529
CARTWRIGHT, Rosa, Oct. 13, 1876 - Mar. 22, 1924. 8515
DOOLITTLE, Ada, Feb. 15, 1885 - Jul. 28, 1944. "A tender mother and a faithful friend." 8500
DOOLITTLE, Eugene, Sep. 6, 1912 - Jan. 1, 1913. 8503
DOOLITTLE, Jurdy, 1872 - 1931. Woodmen of the World Memorial. 8501
DOOLITTLE, Mary Ellen, Jul. 27, 1924 - Aug. 7, 1924. 8502
DOOLITTLE, Seymore C., Jan. 12, 1907 - Mar. 1, 1936. "Just in the morning of his day; In youth and love, he died", "Asleep in Jesus". 8499
HARGROVE, Clara (Carroll) Browning,  (Aug. 28,) 1895 - (Sep. 24,) 1985. 8517,8519
JOHNSON, Anna Lavonia, Jan. 19, 1904 - Jun. 24, 1964. "A loving wife and mother". (shares stone with Thomas Allen Johnson.) 8497,8544
JOHNSON, Charles H., Jan. 16, 1936 - May 2, 1996. 8496,8544
JOHNSON, Melville Allen, 5 Aug 1923 - 29 Dec 2004. Military stone: "U S Navy World War II Korea". 8498
JOHNSON, Thomas Allen, 1 Oct 1900 - 21 Jan 1994. "Loved by many" (shares stone with Anna Lavonia Johnson.) 8497
LOVE, Thomas O., Feb. 19, 1835 - Mar. 4, 1902. (C.S.A., 7th Alabama Cavalry Co. A., Authority: The adjutant General's Office 1914/07/20 letter #2187084, Remarks: Records show that Thomas O. Love, Sergeant, was paid on February 14, 1864, at Sevierville, Tennessee, monthly pay from may 1 to Dec 1, 1863, but nothing additional relative to him has been found. Ref: Ala. Civil War Service.) 8522,8523
SWAIM, Charles Thomas,  Dec. 29, 1943 - Jan. 9, 1944. 8521
SWAIM, Lizzie Frances, Aug. 2, 1926 - Jun. 15, 1928. 8516
TOMLINSON, Alpha (Williamson) B. (Browning),  Jan. 11, 1843 - Jul. 8, 1915. Footstone: "Mother". (shares stone with William P. Tomlinson.) 8509,8510,8511
TOMLINSON, William P. (Patrick),  Jan. 30, 1840 - Sep. 23, 1908. Footstone: "Father". (C.S.A., Infantry, Marmaduke's Arkansas Co. E, Authority: The Adjutant General's Office 1914/07/28 to H.Y. Brooke, Examiner of Public Accounts , On the company roll dated August 31, 1861, only roll on file, he was reported present. Regarding Regimental Unit, the designation of marmaduke's Arkansas Infantry was changed to the 3rd Confederat Cavalry, C.S.A., The year of Private Tomlinson enlistment was not stated. Private; Ref: Alabama Civil War Service. shares stone with Alpha B. Tomlinson.) 8509,8510,8511
WILLIAMS, Dorothy Thomas,  Nov. 28, 1916 - Dec. 16, 1917. "Infant daughter of J.W. & S. S. Williams", "Here rest the sweetest bud of hope. That o'er to ..... was given." 8535 
WOOD, Edna Katherine,  Nov. 16, 1923. "How soon fades the tender flower." 8514

Listings & Links developed by Mary Bob McClain 15 Oct 2010 of Birmingham Alabama using photos dated 30 Mar 2010 by C. Wayne Austin. Added here with appropriate commentary & editing by Wayne Austin 12 Jan 2011.