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Re: Clay County, Alabama Cemeteries
Posted by: tela patterson (ID *****1845) Date: December 07, 2012 at 12:38:03
In Reply to: Re: Clay County, Alabama Cemeteries by Mike Burson of 39738

Hatchett Creek Presbyterian Church and Cemetery est 1832,
Route 2, Goodwater, Clay Co. AL..
records 1832-1982, compiled by Mary E. Watts

pg 48, Annie Laurie Jane Watts, joined church with mother Ninette Grace Watts, Aug 7, 1900, moved certificate from Goodwater PC. Annie md Earnest Oliver Howle, Nov 5, 1902, Jefferson County, DL March 26, 1905 to First PC, Birmingham, later practiced Christian Science, died Aug 3, 1961.
Ninette Grace Watts md William Pittman Moon, Apr 6, 1907, Jefferson Co, she died May 18, 1972

Annie Watts Howle/ Feb 24, 1878 to Aug 3, 1961 pg 93
Oliver Watts Howle/Oct 16, 1903 to July 29, 1928 son

+ck, Birmingham Presbyterian Church records for Oliver Watts Howle death/burial dates, all may be buried Birmingham.

DL= Dismissed by Letter
MEC= Methodist Episcopal Church
exact date of organization of Hatchett Creek Presbyterian Church was organized it is thought to be 1832 records were first kept. The county seat was moved to Talladaga Dec 18, 1833 and the church was well established. The Cemetery was also called Brownville for the local community as the church and cemetery serviced the whole community.

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