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Wilcox County, AL Cemetery Records

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Wilcox County, Alabama is a historically rich region with a deep cultural heritage. The county was established in 1819 and was named after Joseph M. Wilcox, a notable early settler. Over the years, Wilcox County has witnessed significant historical events, and its cemetery records hold invaluable information about the people who lived and shaped the area's history.

Cemeteries are essential repositories of local history, providing insights into the lives and deaths of past generations. In Wilcox County, these cemetery records play a crucial role in genealogical research and historical documentation. They offer a glimpse into the social, economic, and cultural fabric of the community, helping people piece together the stories of their ancestors and understand the broader narrative of the county's development.

Wilcox County boasts numerous small cemeteries scattered across its towns and rural areas. Each burial ground carries a unique story, reflective of the families and communities that have lived in the region over the centuries.

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

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