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Craddock, Lybolt & Gillett of Bessemer
Posted by: Jill Stanley (ID *****0116) Date: July 13, 2011 at 10:58:59
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My great grandfather, Amos Craddock is buried at Block 1-2, Lot 091 Cedar Hill Cemetery, Bessemer, Alabama, along with his second wife Sadie E. Craddock. Amos died on September 11, 1900, and Sadie in February, 1930. A photo of their grave markers or of them would be great treasures. Any other information on him or his wife would be an incredible bonus.

Sadie Craddock had children from a previous marriage and I am also looking for them. On the 1900 Bessemer, Alabama census, at the residence of Amos and Sadie, James Keith, b. 1875, is listed as a son-in-law and Birtie (the wife of James, I believe) and Myrtle (I donít know what her last name was) as daughters. If anyone happens to have information or photos of them, please let me know.

My great great grandmother (Amosís mother), Annie Lybolt and her second husband, Leander Lybolt are also buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery at Block 1-2, Lot 092 as well as Amosís sister Hannah Gillett also at Block 1-2, Lot 092. Hannah was a member of the First Methodist Church in Bessemer. I do not have any information on where Hannahís husband, George A. Gillett was buried. Photos of Annie, Leander, and Hannahís grave markers or of any of them or any information about them would also be an amazing addition to my family history.

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