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Calhoun County, Alabama, is a historically rich region situated in the eastern part of the state. It encompasses several cities, including Anniston, Oxford, and Jacksonville, and is known for its diverse landscapes, ranging from rolling hills to picturesque valleys. Throughout its history, the county has been home to numerous communities, and its cemetery records provide invaluable insights into the lives and legacies of its residents.

Calhoun County cemetery records offer a glimpse into the county's social, cultural, and economic evolution over time. Many of the cemeteries in the area date back to the 19th century and contain the graves of pioneers, settlers, and prominent figures who shaped the county's development.

Researching cemetery records in Calhoun County can reveal a wealth of information. Key details such as birth and death dates, family relationships, military service, and occupation can be found on gravestones. This data can be particularly helpful for genealogists and historians looking to piece together family trees and understand local demographics.

Cemetery records published here were acquired from Calhoun County, AL cemeteries, churches, municipalities, associations and genealogists specifically for family history and local history research.

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