LAUDERDALE COUNTY, ALABAMA
CEMETERIES - TOWNSHIP 2, RANGE 9
SMALL FAMILY CEMETERIES - TOWNSHIP 2, RANGE 9
There are many small cemeteries in Lauderdale County, AL, most
of which are for particular families. Some of them have only a single
marked grave. By grouping them by township and range it is hoped
that we will be able to put all of them on line. Cemeteries with 50 or
less marked graves will be included in this category. If you know of
a small cemetery that has not been surveyed or put on line, please
contact either Bob Torbert or Pat M. Mahan
BOOTH FAMILY CEMETERY
Township 2, Range 9, Section 22
Location: From Center Star, go west on US 72 for 0.5 miles, then north 0.5 miles on CR31. The cemetery is 0.25 miles east of Hale Road. This cemetery was surveyed by William Q. Hill and published in his book, A History of Greenhill and Surrounding Communities in Lauderdale County Alabama with 54 Cemeteries of the County, page 77.
Name Born Died Comment / Inscription Booth, Caroline E. A 12 Jan 1850 d of H. & M. Booth, Harrett J. May 1877 Booth, Mary Jun 1867 The following information provided by Robert Torbert: In the 1840 census a Nathanial Booth is in Lauderdale County with three females. 1850 Census, Lauderdale County, AL, p. 307B 2nd Division East of the Military Road; 3 Oct 1850 89/89 Boothe, Mary 55 f 500 SC ", Harriet 22 f AL ", Caroline 21 f AL Family not located in 1860. In the 1870 Census of Center Star, Harrett Booth is listed as head of the household, 42 yrs old, born in AL. She is a farmer and has two black children as farm workers. Notes by LIZ MOORE 4 Jan 2005: Nathan Booth married Mary Shelby November 2, 1822 Lauderdale County, Alabama Mary Booth is a widow on the 1850 census. She is listed as 55 born SC. Harriet is listed as age 22. Also a daughter named Catherine age 21. Harriet is listed on the 1870 census. She is single age 42.
Location: From Florence, go east on US 72 through Killen and turn south on CR 31. Go about one mile, turn right on CR 171, and go about 1 mile. The cemetery is on the left next to the highway at the top of a hill. This cemetery was surveyed in Sept 2006 by Robert Torbert.
NAME DOB DOD NOTES COOPER, Andrew D. 15JE1896 23JE1975 Pvt USA WW-I COOPER, Dora Lee 06MH1898 12SE1941 w of A D; m 27MY1930 COOPER, James Duvall 29JL1933 28JL2006
Location: From Center Star, go east on Hwy 72, turn south [right] on CR 33, drive about 1 1/2 miles to CR 111 and turn east [left]. The cemetery is in a wooded area southeast of the intersection.
Name DOB DOD Notes Williams, Sallie 30JE???? wife of BF; Broken stone Williams, Lenorah A 02DE1834 29AU1860 Daughter of John & Emma R Williams ??AU1828 Infant son of J & ER Williams Williams, William H 24AU1830 23SE1831 Williams, Susan H 14SE1811 27MH1812 Williams, John 14NO AP Broken stone Williams, Presley 1841 1919 Douglas, Lenorah Blair 15JL1864 21AP1918 Blair, Martha L 18OC1900 30MH1901 Blair, Maggie L 29MY1866 30DE1922 Blair, John Pressley 6SE1861 19SE1916 Williams, Benjamin F 1845 1925 Common marker with Sallie L Williams, Sallie L 1854 1905 Williams, Andrew J 5FE1843 15SE1915 Williams, ADA G 27DE1855 6AP1879 wife of A. J. Williams Williams, Emma R 1JL1810 15MH1899 wife of John Williams Williams, John C DE 30MY1853 stone in poor condition Ingram, Julia G 31MH1891 23JE1966 Bulls, Thomas 4JL1897 14MY1965 AL PVT Co. D 437 RES, Labor BN OMC, WWI McMillian, Mattie 20MY1895 28JE1923 Nancy Washington Chamber 2717 Kilen, ALA Allen, Evelyn 9MH1922 7SE1952 Newton, Joe E 15OC1904 25JA1923 Horn, John 5MH1877 11SE1963 Butler, Kit 1852 1961 common marker with Frances Butler, Frances 1860 1931 Horne, Cecil 29NO1916 6AP1961 ALA CK1 USNR WWII E.D.B. 1858 1933 Walsh 1946
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