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Antioch Church Cemetery Records
Notasulga, Macon County, Alabama

County Road 39
Notasulga, AL

Lat: 32°32'52"N, Lon: 85°43'28"W

Located on County Road 39, near intersection of County Road 54 (just past Carmack's Market) at Antioch United Methodist Church (brick church).

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 13.

Contributor's Index:

Campbell, Vernon Malcolm, b. May 21, 1939, d. Jul 07, 1979, [PR]
Flurry, Alberta Ledbetter, b. 9 Dec 1903, d. 20 Jun 1992, [CO]
Ledbetter, David A., b. 30 May 1876, d. 6 Apr 1955, h/o Lizzie Ledbeter, [CO]
Ledbetter, Eunice, b. 09 Jul 1898, d. 25 Feb 1945, w/o J. L. Ledbetter, [CO]
Ledbetter, J. L., b. 4 Jan 1892, d. 11 Nov 1974, h/o Eunice Ledbetter, [CO]
Ledbetter, Lizzie, b. 22 Oct 1876, d. 2 May 1943, w/o David A. Ledbetter, [CO]
Ledbetter, William Homer, b. 16 Sep 1887, d. 2 Jun 1956, h/o Willie H. Ledbetter, [CO]
Ledbetter, Willie H., b. 19 Jan 1895, d. 11 May 1978, w/o William Homer Ledbetter,"Our Mother", [CO]
Ledbettr, Paul, b. 15 Apr 1935, d. 15 Apr 1935, s/o Mr. & Mrs. J. L. Ledbetter, [CO]
May, J. W., b. 27 Jan 1858, d. 17 Mar 1934 (John William), h/o Lillia Rowell, [CO]
May, Jessie Mae, b. 30 Sep 1904, d. 22 Aug 1961, w/o Monroe C. May, [CO]
May, Lillia, b. 20 Nov 1869, d. 2 Dec 1918, w/o John William May, d/o Robert William Rowell and Mary Celestia Trammell, [CO]
May, Monroe C., b. 27, Jan 1899, d. 29 Apr 1954, h/o Jessie Mae May, [CO]
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