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Alvarez Cemetery Records
Saraland, Mobile County, Alabama

Saraland AL

T2S R1W Sec 33

Lat: 30°49'17"N, Lon: 88°05'30"W

Contributed by Cassandra Malone, Apr 16, 2001 [sandymalone@bellsouth.net]. 
Total records = 12.

Alvarez Cemetery is located in Saraland, Mobile County, Alabama. Directions from Industrial Parkway (SA 158). Turn left onto Highway 43 traveling North. Turn left onto Shelton Beach Road (SA 213) traveling south. Turn Right onto Norton Abenue. At the end of Norton Avenue is a small dirt road on the left that has no street sign. Travel 1/10 of a mile into the property. Alvarez cemetery is to the right. (Bailey Cemetery is on the left.)

This listing is complete as of Apr 11, 2001, when I surveyed the cemetery and recorded these tombstones. At least two markers are broken beyond recognition of any letters. There are 12 marked graves with broken headstones. There is one concrete slab in this area that has nothing marked on it. This little cemetery is approximately 150 years old. It is obviously not a perpetual care site and is not maintained. An asterisk * means there was not stone or marker.

- Cassandra Malone

Alvarez, Barbaby, b. 15 Oct 1800, d. no date, Age 92 years
Alvarez, Diego, b. ?? Jun 1800, d. 17 Apr 1859
Alvarez, Ella, b. Jul 1844, d. Apr 1910
Alvarez, Henry, b., d. 13 Jul 1901, Roche/McKay FH records *
Alvarez, Laura, b., d. 09 Mar 1902, Roche/McKay FH records *
Alvarez, Pauline, b. 22 Aug 1804, d. 02 Dec 1888, Relic of Diego Alvarez
Alvarez, Thomas, b. 19 Sep 1871, d. 29 Oct 1894
LaCoste, Eugene, b. 18 Jan 1907, d. no date, age 61 years
LaCoste, Frances D. Alvarez, b. 17 Apr 1844, d. 22 Mar 1904
LaCoste, Henry, b. 19 Oct 1879, d. 05 Mar 1901
LaCoste, John, b. 18 Aug 1814, d. 02 Aug 1894
LaCoste, Joseph, b. 26 Jan 1884, d. 13 Mar 1901

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