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Whistler Citizens Cemetery Records
Mobile County, Alabama

Dudley Ave
Whistler AL
T3S R1W Sec 36

Lat: 30°45'41"N, Lon: 88°07'22"W

Contributed by Cassandra Malone, May 29, 2001 [sandymalone@bellsouth.net].  Total records = 777.

Directions from I-65 and US-45 [SR-17]. At I-65 Exit 8/US-45,turn LEFT (North-West) onto US-45 [SR-17]. And travel 1.7 miles. Turn RIGHT onto Dudley Ave and immediately turn LEFT into the cemetery. Total Route 1.7 miles.

This African-American cemetery is fronted by a chain link fence with no gate. The two sides and back are open. Whistler Citzens Cemetery is not a perpetual care site and is maintained by surviving loved ones of those interred.

This listing is complete as of May 18, 2001 when I surveyed the cemetery and recorded these tombstones. There are 776 marked graves in addition to numerous unmarked slabs for both adult and child.

I have taken the liberty of adding information of which I have personal knowledge from my geneology research or from the Mobile Register Obituary Column when available. Any information in this listing that is not found on the tombstone will always be found in parenthesis-my geneology research-or square brackets-Obituary Column, or brackets {}-Mobile Probate Court Marriage Records.

An asterisk * signifies I found no marker, information was received from family.

- Cassandra Malone

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