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Reed Cemetery Records
Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama

Lat: 33° 37' 07"N, Lon: 86° 40' 17"W
T16S R1W Sec 29

Contributed by Carl W. Dykes, May 06, 2007 [cwdykes@charter.net]. Total records = 11.

Reed Cemetery is located on Springville Road in the eastern area of Birmingham. It is on the western side of Springville Road between Tarpon Drive and the residence at 1348 Springville Road.

This cemetery iis in a residential area but is somewhat protected by shrubbery that blocks the view of the cemetery from the street.

The ownership of the cemetery is unknown. It appears to be well maintained. There has been some minor vandalism. There are several unmarked stones in the cemetery.

I completed transcribing this cemetery on May 05, 2007. It is a complete listing of all readable stones in the cemetery.

- Carl W. Dykes

Daniel, John B., b. 1769, d. 1862
Daniel, Mary Pugh, b. 1772, d. 1845, w/o John, "In Memory of John and Mary Daniel."
Reed, Cary Ann Staton, b. 1802, d. 1845, first w/o Robert, married Oct 27, 1825, Blount Co., AL
Reed, Eliza, b. 1736, d. 1820, w/o John
Reed, Harriet Elizabeth Hilliard, b. 1840, d. 1874, (w/o Robert Staton Reed, son of Robert Reed, killed in action at Resaca, GA in 1864 while serving as an officer with Co. C, 19 AL Infantry, CSA*)
Reed, John, b. 1736, d. 1820
Reed, Mary Cobb, b. Jun 23, 1816, d. 1869, second w/o Robert, married Jan 29, 1852, Bibb Co., AL
Reed, Oscar Louis (Lewis), b. Sep 02, 1867, d. Jul 06, 1873, s/o John Thomas, "Of such is the Kingdom of Heaven."
Reed, Robert, b. Feb 07, 1797, d. Feb 22, 1873, s/o William Silver
Reed, Ruth Evans, b. Oct 12, 1777, d. Oct 12, 1863, w/o William Silver
Reed, William Silver, b. Apr 13, 1770, d. Apr 22, 1856, s/o John, "In memory of the Pioneer Settler William Reed and family. A native of Guilford County, NC, he settled in Alabama in 1816. A large land owner and a good citizen."

* Civil War Soldiers and Sailors Data Base, National Park Service

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