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Francis King Lucas Cemetery Records
Lauderdale County, Alabama

Lat: 34° 59' 47"N, Lon: 87° 53' 18"W
T1S R13W Sec 2

Contributed by David L Montgomery, Aug 12, 2003 [dmont1734@comcast.net]. Total records = 9.

To reach this cemetery from Florence, Alabama, travel west on Alabama Highway 20 for 19 1/2 miles. Turn right (east) onto County Rd. 8 and go .6 mile. Turn left (north) onto County Rd. 116 and go 1.1 miles to the cemetery on the right side of the road.

This neat and well cared for cemetery is located in northwestern Lauderdale County, Alabama. It is a public cemetery, which means it is owned and maintained by the county, with no restrictions on who may be buried here.

There appears to be approximately one acre of land for the cemetery with plenty of room left.

All records were taken from the headstones and foot markers and are current. I completed this survey on Jan 11, 2004.

- David Leon Montgomery

Estes, Arthur Donald, b. 08 Aug 1924, d. 15 Mar 1986, Sgt. US Army WWII & Korea
Estes, Ruby K., b. 07 May 1934, d. 11 Dec 1987
Lucas, Allie Mae, b. 06 Jul 1907, d. 28 Jul 1981
Lucas, Francis King, b. 19 Dec 1910, d. 10 Apr 1981
McWaters, Duby L., b. 11 Sep 1941, m: 15 Sep 1956, wife of Jimmy Travis
McWaters, Jimmy Travis, b. 30 Apr 1937, d. 04 Feb 1997, husband of Duby L.
Moody, Clair Mae, b. 25 Jan 1962
Moody, Michael Wade, b. 15 Oct 1963
Moody, Steven Ray, b. 21 Jan 1989, d. 21 Jan 1989, son of Mr. & Mrs. Michael Wade Moody

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