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Elmore County, AL Cemetery Records

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Elmore County, established in 1866, was named after General John Archer Elmore, a prominent figure in Alabama's early history. Originally inhabited by Native American tribes such as the Creek and Cherokee, the region witnessed significant changes with the arrival of European settlers in the early 19th century.

The cemeteries scattered across Elmore County bear witness to the struggles, triumphs, and transformations that shaped the community. These final resting places are marked by a variety of tombstones, ranging from weathered, moss-covered markers dating back to the county's earliest days to more modern monuments that reflect changing styles and sentiments. The diverse range of grave markers speaks to the cultural and social evolution of Elmore County over time.

Elmore County cemetery records serve as invaluable resources for genealogists, historians, and those interested in unraveling the tales of the past. These records often include details such as birth and death dates, family relationships, military service, and even epitaphs that provide glimpses into the lives of those interred. Collaborative efforts between local historical societies, genealogical researchers, and the broader community have helped catalog and preserve these records, ensuring that the history encapsulated in Elmore County's cemeteries remains accessible to future generations.

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

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