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FREEMAN-MITCHELL CEMETERY, (Opp Reynolds Rd. & Carter Grove Roads), MADISON COUNTY, ALABAMA

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Area overviews of the Freeman-Mitchell cemetery: 6596/6597/6598/6599/6600/6601/6602/6603/6604/6605/6606/6607
The Freeman-Mitchell Cemetery resides in this grove of trees in the distance: 6608/6609


FREEMAN, William,
Born October 25, 1804, died December 25, 1891. Mark the perfect man and behold the upright for the end of that man Is peace. (Marble - broken out of its base and wedged underneath a tree)
6588/6589/6590
FREEMAN, Sarah,
Wife of William Freeman. Born Oct 15, 1814. died June 1, 1897. Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord. (Marble headstone - This stone is still whole).
6587/6590/Footstone S.F.:6593
FREEMAN, A. J.,
February 15, 1844 - December 25, 1903. (A whole section of this stone is now missing.)
6591/6594
FREEMAN, Alice E., Wife of A. J. Freeman. Born July 24, 1854, died April 11, 1877. (Only fragments of this stone remains. Many pieces are missing.) 6592L/6592
MITCHELL, Sarah,
In Memory of Sarah Mitchell. Born September 23, 1826 and died July 1st, 1852. Profest religion October 24th, 1838.
6595

This cemetery had a chain link fence installed at one time. I believe farm machinery ran across the south side of the cemetery destroying the fence and plundering the stones. The only two unbroken stones are that of William & Sarah Freeman. However sadly  they are wedged under a fast growing hackberry tree that is keeping them pinned against the ground. It is now impossible to remove these two stones without cutting the tree. This tree will eventually crush both stones under its weight if allowed to continue to grow.

Listings & Links developed by C. Wayne Austin 17 Dec 2012 using photos dated 6 Dec 2012. This cemetery was shown in the book Madison County Cemeteries, Vol 1 page 305 by the Dorothy Johnson. Resurveyed 23 Sep 2012 photo series 46XX for some improvements to the documentation.