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COLBERT COUNTY, ALABAMA
CEMETERIES - WPA

FINLEY


           NAME                 BORN          DIED                  COMMENTS
Quillen, T. A.                6 Aug 1836   19 Jun 1918
Massey, Nannie Cater          8 Nov 1896    4 Mar 1917
Robertson, Allen C.          14 Dec 1903   10 Oct 1905 son of J. T. & L. D. Robertson
Durham, Sallie Alabama Burns    Oct 1865   16 Dec 1930 wife of D. H. Durham
Durham, D. H.                23 Jan 1843   29 Apr 1911
Durham, Infant                       b & d 23 Nov 1902 dau of D. H. & A. B. Durham
Starkey, Manda A.             9 May 1869   11 Oct 1864 dau of D. L. & S. A. Starkey
                           [dates entered as listed; should be reversed?]
Starkey, Sarah A.            29 Dec 1822    1 Feb 1899 wife of David L. Starkey
Starkey, Alva A.              8 May 1866   21 Sep 1866 son of D. L. & S. A. Starkey
Starkey, D. L.               11 Oct 1827   20 Jul 1913
Rutherford, E. M.            30 Sep 1903   13 Ded 1903
Boldin, Susie Mae            12 Sep 1917   26 Oct 1918 dau of L. P. & Lillian Boldin
Boldin, William R.           21 Nov 1863    8 Dec 1872
Baldson, J. W.                3 Mar 1869 no death date
Robertson, Susan              1 Dec 1833   11 jul 1918 wife of James Robertson
Robertson, James             15 Mar 1815    8 Nov 1885
Robertson, Sam                            d 7 Aug 1929 age 62 yrs
Twitty, Cilde [sic] S.        2 Aug 1897   20 Feb 1899 son of W. M. Twitty & wife
Shull, Linda May             15 May 1866    5 Nov 1892 wife of A. G. Shull
Byram, A. A.                 14 Apr 1864   24 Nov 1871
Daziel, Mrs. Margaret        12 Nov 1835   10 Jul 1900 wife of I. C. Daziel
Finley, James                17 Aug 1800    8 May 1881 b East TN d Colbert Co;
                                                       migrated to AL in 1806.
Finley, Mrs. Nancy                  1795    4 Sep 1864
Robertson, John T.           24 Oct 1873   23 Mar 1924
Durham, Sallie Burns          1 Oct 1865   16 Dec 1930 wife of D. H. Durham [listed twice]

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