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Wills Town Mission Cemetery Records
Fort Payne, Dekalb, Alabama

Contributed by Lana Floyd, May 2000 [w4ctk@farmerstel.com]. Total records = 9.

Transcribed 27 Aug 1999, by Lana Floyd.

Located at 38Th Street N.E., Fort Payne, Dekalb, Alabama, Turn right if going north, cemetery is in back yard of a house on the right just after making the turn. An estimated 46 graves were identified with the following stones marked

Site of the Wills Town Mission 1823-1839, also resting place of Supt. Ard Hoyt, Missionary to the Cherokee Indians here and at Brainerd (Tn) 1818-1828

Campbell, (?)Sarah, S.E.C. Of H. B. Campbell, b. Oct 1847, d. 2 Aug 1889
Hoyt, Ard, 1770, d. 1828
Larmore, Elizabeth W., b. 10 May 1842, d. 30 Dec 1847
Larmore, Hugh P.C., b. 20 Oct 1844, d. 26 Feb 1866
Larmore, John Vance, b. 17 Nov 1840, d. 21 Jun 1841
Larmore, Laura L., b. 16 May 1859, d. 21 Feb 1874
Larmore, Margaret M., b. 1 May 1819, d. 4 Jun 1898
Larmore, Vance C., b. 13 Mar 1809, d. 28 Jan 1886
Unknown, At Rest, 3 Children East

*There were 6 large rocks at the perimeter of the Cemetery which may at one time have been grave markers also for a total of 52 possible graves*
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