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Old Lucy Cemetery
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Old Spring Hill, Marengo County, Alabama

GPS: 32.43612, -87.77673
T17N R3E Section 22

County Rd 35
Old Spring Hill, AL 36742

Published: May 29, 2023
Total records: 9

Old Lucy Cemetery is located on the south side of County Rd 35, about 500 feet west of Old Spring Hill Methodist Church, and about 450 feet south of the road. The cemetery is on private property, and is no longer maintained, in complete disrepair.

Downloadable Files

  • pdf Old Lucy Cemetery Records, (420 KB), October 1967, Alabama Genealogical Society, transcription of remaining tombstones found at Old Lucy Cemetery.

Cemetery Records

Records below were originally published in Alabama Genealogical Society Magazine, Volume 1, Number 4, dated October 1967 The transcription was copied from tombstones by William R. Armistead with no mention of date. Mr. Armistead was quoted as saying...

"Highway 43 OLD SPRING HILL, ALA., MARENGO CO., Approximately 100 or more graves in this cemetery only a few have markers. This cemetery is now used as a cow lot. Tombs are broken."

CURTIS, Cordella, Daughter of, E. and E.J. Curtis, Born ? 31, 1846, Died October 21, 1861
CURTIS, Eliza J., Wife of Edward Curtis, Born February 26, 1825 (Date of Death is missing)
CURTIS, Elizabeth, Daughter of Edward and Eliza Curtis, Born August 31, 1845, Departed this life, November 8th, 1853
CURTIS, Infant daughter of, ?? and S.E. Curtis, Died January 1851
CURTIS, Nannie, Daughter of F. Curtis, Born July 4, 1848, Died April 24, 1864
EPPES, L.R., Born March 16, 1798, Died July 16, 1883
WARESTON, Elenor, Wife of W. Wareston (stone was broken into small pieces), November 7, 1802, January 8, 1870
WHITLOW, B.P., Born June 30, 1797, Died December, 1848
WHITLOW, Elizabeth A., Born December 15, 1804, Died December 16, 1843

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