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Re: Church in Dadeville area in the 1850's
Posted by: J. Adcox (ID *****4126) Date: November 29, 2012 at 04:32:07
In Reply to: Church in Dadeville area in the 1850's by ross smith of 1251

At least these two chuches were there in the 1850's
From Historical Atlas of Alabama - Cemeteries by County

Dadeville Baptist - approximately 1200 graves, first known interment, Charles Spear Sr. (d-1817). Baker, Bulger, Corprew, Harwell, Herren, Hicks, Jinks, Johnson, Johnston, McIntosh, Oliver, Sanford, Smth, Turner, Walker, Willis, Wilson, and Wynn are common to the cemetery. Still in use.

Shepard - 9 graves. First known interment Dr. Philip Madison Shepard (1812-1861); last known interment Lois Felder Shepard (1812-1893)

Jim


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