Home > United States > Alabama > Etowah County > Aurora Cemetery Records

Search Alabama Death Records


Aurora Cemetery Records
Etowah County, Alabama

Aurora Cemetery
Located on Lawson Gap Rd.
Aurora, Etowah Co., AL

This is not a complete listing of burials!  The records below were submitted by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 26.

Submitters' Index

Glenn, Annie V., b. 1916, d. 1918, [JB]
Glenn, David W., b. 1921, d. 1923, [JB]
Glenn, Lola Glenn, b. 3-29-1895, d. 5-10-1947, [JB]
Glenn, Parry B.(Bethel), b. 10-24-1896, d. 1-12-1913, Sister Of Eva Hammett, [JB]
Glenn, Sarah Ann, b. 10-7-1853, d. 3-27-1918, Mother Of Eva Hammett, [JB]
Glenn, William Walter, b. 4-9-1893, d. 9-30-1972, [JB]
Hammett, Ithoma E., b. 1-24-1899, d. 7-14-1966, [JB]
Hammett, Calvin Leon, b. 1945, d. ?, [JB]
Hammett, Carrie C., b. 2-1-1889, d. 8-22-1966, [JB]
Hammett, Clarence R., b. 7-5-1907, d. 10-23-1972, d. 2-19-1977, [JB]
Hammett, Eva Glenn, b. 5-4-1883, d. 10-31-1962, Wife Of John M., [JB]
Hammett, George E., b. 5-14-1882, d. 12-26-1936, [JB]
Hammett, Guy Ray, b. 11-29-1924, d. 7-1-1926, [JB]
Hammett, Irvin M., b. 2-4-1898, d. 4-7-1969, [JB]
Hammett, J.O., b. 5-14-1911, d. 7-14-1966, [JB]
Hammett, John M., b. 3-7-1877, d. 3-3-1966, [JB]
Hammett, Lowell Elmon, b. 3-6-1911, d. 11-4-1919, [JB]
Hammett, Morris C., b. 7-23-1927, d. 6-25-1929, [JB]
Hammett, Nellie E., b. 11-19-1913, d. 2-18-1975, [JB]
Hammett, Perry, b. 1833, D,1922, [JB]
Hammett, Rebecca , b. 3-19-1842, d. 3-3-1902, Mother Of John M., [JB]
Hammett, Rebecca J., b. 3-19-1842, d. 3-3-1902, [JB]
Hammett, Tilman, b. 7-4-1836, d. 8-31-1916, Father Of John M., [JB]
Hammett, Wilbur Lee, b. 7-2-1935, d. 7-17-1937, [JB]
Hammett, Willis Hoyt, b. 1-15-1918, d. 7-15-1919, [JB]
Hammett, Zadie Martin, b. Mar 02, 1912, d Apr 16, 1952, w/o J.T.Hammett, d/o Mary and Robert M.Martin, [JB]

cemetery records

A free online library of cemetery records from thousands of cemeteries across the world, for historical and genealogy research.

Clear Digital Media, Inc.

What makes us Different?

Single-sourced, not crowd-sourced

Each transcription we publish comes from a single-source, be it the cemetery office, government office, church office, archived document, a tombstone transcriber. Other websites already do an excellent job of crowd-sourcing a single cemetery together. But genealogists also need to see the original records from a single source. That's what we offer.