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Coffee 1LocaleLocationAdamsAlbersonCemetery120 - SW121 - SET3N, R19E, Sec 30T4N, R22E, Sec 12Church Affiliation and RemarksAlberton64 - SWT4N, R19E, Sec 34Antioch1 - NWT7N, R19E, Sec 10ArcusAsbury18 - NE79 - SET6N, R21E, Sec 8T3N, R21E, Sec 6Beaverdam4 - NWT7N, R19E, Sec 10BethanyBethany34 - NW75 - SET5N, R19E, Sec 9 Bethany Primitive Baptist Church, constituted in 1828, an active cemetery (13)T4N, R21E, Sec 10 Bethany Baptist Church, established around 1890; over 1,200 graves; Adkinson, Barnes, Danford, Driggers,Bethlehem35 - SWT5N, R19E, Sec 18Bethlehem67 - SWT4N, R20E, Sec 7BethlehemBluff Springs17 - NE9 - NWT7N, R21E, Sec 34 see VictoriaT7N, R20E, Sec 20 Bluff Springs Baptist Church; approximately 150 graves; first known interment: George G. Dyess (1808-1872);the grave of David Fanning Adams, Sr. (1785-1860) along with 26 unmarked graves (19) (20) (21)Old Alberson Cemetery; 7 members of the Alberson family are known to be found here; first known interment:Thomas ? (1865-1872); last known interment: Norman Alberson (b. & d. 1917); (16) (21)Alberton Assembly of God, formerly Alberton Methodist Church; approximately 350 graves; interments datefrom the 1890’s; Adams, Allen, Ballard, Bess, Boles, Burk, Clark, Cogburn, Cole, Davis, Dawson,Donaldson, Fuller, Harrison, Hudson, Jackson, Jones, McWaters, Moody, Page, Perry, Pierce, Simpler,Stephens, Stringfellow, Swan, Taylor, Ward and Wise are common to this active cemetery (1) (5) (6) (21)Antioch Primitive Baptist Church; approximately 450 graves; first known interment: Saura Ann Frazier (18431871); Armstrong, Boothe, Bryan, Burke, Carnley, Catrett, Dawkins, Dean, Frazier, Hall, Harrelson,Hodge, Holmes, Hudson, King, Langley, Leddon, Leonard, Leverette, Mack, McCartha, Nelson, Pope,Prescott, Sutley, Walden, Wicker, Williams and Wooten are common to this active cemetery (6) (21)see Rosin RidgeAsbury United Methodist Church, established in 1833 and rebuilt at the present location after being destroy bya storm in 1916; approximately 325 graves; first known interment: John E. Barberree (1848-1906); Anderson,Avrett, Banks, Bradley, Brewer, Buxton, Davis, Fleming, Grimes, Harrison, Hendricks, Hendrix, Jones,Lewis, Lolly, McInnis, Salter, Sasser and Wooten are common to this cemetery still in use (13) (16) (21)Beaverdam Primitive Baptist Church, organized in 1846, also known as Oasis Outreach Church;approximately 150 graves; first known interment: Singleton Davis (1840-1864); Andrews, Armstrong, Beall,Bowers, Bryan, Davis, Ham, Harrelson and Marler are common to this cemetery still in use (1) (6) (13) (21)Forehand, Harbuck, Harrison, Helms, Henderson, Herring, Herrington, Kelley, Knight, Lamb, Lindsey,Pilcher, Pirkle, Purvis, Stuckey, Thomas, Warr and Watson are common to this cemetery (6) (13) (21)Bethlehem Baptist Church; approximately 200 graves; first known interment: John Purvis (1880-1952);Brooks, Caldwell, Coon, Jones, Rogers, Tillis and Tyson are common to this active cemetery (16)Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church, established in 1849; also known as Possom Trot Cemetery or MountPleasant; approximately 420 graves; first known interment: James Elijah Jones (1820-1878); Bedsole, Davis,Donaldson, Farris, Hataway, Tucker and Wise are common to this cemetery still in use (13) (18) (21)Allen, Archer, Bryan, Crocker, Dyess, Grant, Hurd, Hutto, Johnson, Kelley, Lewis, Martin, Meadows,Sipper, Skeen, Smart, Smith, Thames and Whitehurst are common to this active cemetery (6) (21)Ham United Methodist Church; the graves of Noah Brannen (d. 1854), Pricilla Brannen (d. 1856), SampsonBrannen (d. 1855), and Synthia Brannen Hudson (1839-1868) (21)Brooklyn Congregational Methodist Church; approximately 225 graves; first known interment: Jack Westbrook(1847-1903); Adams, Andress, Barnes, Bass, Bradley, Collier, Cotter, Deal, Duffell, Harrelson, Johnson,Jones, Leonard, Paul, Redmon and Sausser are common to this cemetery still in use (6) (12) (21)Calvary Baptist Church; approximately 400 graves; first known interment: Elizabeth Arwood (1834-1859);Berry, Brooks, Byrd, Cox, Dozier, Gunter, Helms, Hughes, Hundley, James, King, Martin, Mills, Mitchell,Owens, Powell, Snell, Walker, Walls and Windham are common to this active cemetery (6) (21)Chestnut Grove Methodist Church established in 1883; approximately 375 graves; first known interment: MaryDismukes (1888-1889); Allen, Ashberry, Bell, Bragg, Brooks, Carroll, Chapman, Clower, Crenshaw,Dyess, Green, Griswold, Hattaway, Helms, Houston, Johnson, Johnston, McDurmont, McLendon,Rogers, Smith, Stewart, Tillman, Wilkins and Ziglar are common to this active cemetery (6) (21)Clay Hill Baptist Church, established in 1898; approximately 30 graves; first known interment: Josie Folmar(1866-1905); Adair, Cooks, Hampton and Youngblood are common to this cemetery still in use (16) (21)the graves of Elizabeth Horn Cole (1784-1860), Lorenzo Jackson Cole (1816-1873), Thomas Delorum Cole(1790-1865), and Esther Parker (1790-?) (3) (13) (21)former site of Consolation Primitive Baptist Church, established in 1886 but gone by the mid 1920’s;approximately 45 graves; first known interment: A. W. Hanks (1856-1866); Anderson, Ballard, Calhoun,Cawley, Fountain, Jordan, Revel and Sims are common to this cemetery still in use (13) (16) (21)Cool Springs Baptist Church; approximately 225 graves; first known interment: Mollie Brunson (b. & d. 1890);Anderson, Bradley, Brown, Brunson, Condrey, Cooper, Crutchfield, Eldridge, Gilmore, Godwin, Green,Martin, Mauldin, Nelson, Senn, Thomas and Wilson are common to this active cemetery (6) (21)Brannen122 - NWT6N, R19E, Sec 23Brooklyn60 - SWT4N, R19E, Sec 17Calvary84 - SET5N, R22E, Sec 30Chestnut Grove15 - NET7N, R21E, Sec 11Clay Hill5 - NWT7N, R20E, Sec 4Cole123 - NET5N, R21E, Sec 1Consolation107 - SET3N, R22E, Sec 17Cool Springs109 - SET3N, R22E, Sec 14CooperCorinth124 - NW115 - SET6N, R20E, Sec 2 an active cemetery (21)T3N, R21E, Sec 10 former site of Corinth Church on the Howell Farm; also known as Howell Farm Cemetery or McIntoshCemetery; 13 marked and several unmarked graves; first known interment: John Norwood (1818-1862); lastknown interment: Susan Motley McIntosh (1854-1939); Heath, Holt, Isler, Lolley and Stinson are also foundhere (7) (10) (11)Damascus Baptist Church; approximately 525 graves; first known interment: Albert H. Moody (1886-1889)Allred, Bass, Blair, Bonner, Bowers, Bryant, Carroll, Cody, Danford, Donaldson, Dye, Farris, Golden,Knight, Mock, Roberts, Rowe, Thomas and Windham are common to this active cemetery (6) (21)Danley Crossroads Church; approximately 500 graves; first known interment: John H. Clark (1832-1862)Adkisson, Anderson, Black, Boutwell, Cauley, Clark, Coon, Cowen, Dannelly, Davis, Donaldson,Dorough, Ennis, Foley, Graham, Grant, Griffin, Grimes, Harris, Jackson, Johnson, King, Lindsey,McCart, Prescott, Ray, Reeves, Sims, Smith and Taylor are common to this cemetery still in use(6) (9) (21)5 graves; P. Driskell (1827-1890), infant Mack (b. & d. 1883), John W. Mack (b. & d. 1889), Mary AnnBrannen (d. 1888) and Harris Brannen (1824-1905) (10)Damascus69 - SWT4N, R20E, Sec 13Danley Crossroads33 - NWT5N, R19E, Sec 8Driskell3 - NWT6N, R19E, Sec 4Elba CityEnterprise41 - NW86 - SET5N, R20E, Sec 6 see EvergreenT4N, R22E, Sec 16 over 2,200 graves; Adams, Adcock, Brabham, Bush, Byrd, Carmichael, Clements, Edwards, Ellis,Evergreen41 - NWT5N, R20E, Sec 6Fairview99 - SWT3N, R20E, Sec 16Friendship53 - SET5N, R21E, Sec 21Friendship97 - SWT3N, R19E, Sec 13FriscoGoodman19 - NE77 - SWT7N, R22E, Sec 8 see StricklinT4N, R21E, Sec 31 Goodman Baptist Church, constituted in 1915; approximately 350 graves; first known interment: Leach AllenFleming, Gilmore, Goff, Grimsley, Heath, Hildreth, Hilliard, Kelsoe, Martin, Meredith, Moates, Paschal,Pierson, Pridgen, Skinner, Walden, Watson and Whigham are common to this active cemetery (6) (21)former site of Evergreen Church; also known as Elba City Cemetery; over 3,500 graves; first known interment:James Ham (1811-1848) Adams, Beard, Blue, Bouyer, Boyd, Cox, Crosby, Devane, Ham, Hammond,Harper, Kimmey, Larkings, Lee, Morrow, Perdue, Prescott, Rainer, Rowe, Rowell, Spurlin, Stoudenmier,Talbot, Vaughan, Vaugh, Wicker and Windham are common to this cemetery still in use(6) (8) (21)Fairview Baptist Church; approximately 500 graves; first known interment: infant Carter (1807-1808); Adams,Barbaree, Baxley, Bowdoin, Carter, Creech, Driggers, Frederick, Haney, Harrison, Henderson,Kennington, Nelson, Parker, Parnell, Phillips, Powell, Preachers, Reeves, Renfroe, Spears, Spicer,Thames, Weatherford, Weeks, Wilks, Wise and Wyatt are common to this active cemetery (6) (16) (21)also known as Richburg Cemetery; Friendship Methodist Church, established around 1883 but destroyed by atornado in 1967; first known interment: Dr. Joseph M. Harper (1799-1850); Adkinson, Allen, Arwood,Barefoot, Cody, Crowley, DeVaughan, Dowling, Driggers, Fleming, Harper, Marler, Mixon, Mixson,Nicholson, Smith, Spurlin, Thomas and Wright are common to this active cemetery (4) (13) (21)Friendship Baptist Church; approximately 220 graves; first known interment: Charles Holloway (1809-1862);Blair, Davis, Holley, Kilcrease, Rhodes, Wilks and Yancy are common to this active cemetery (5) (6) (21)(1903-1904); Adkison, Allen, Bradley, Carroll, Davis, Hickman, Johnson, Jones, Lee, McCall, McWaters,Poston, Roberts, Ross, Salter, Sellers and Smith are common to this active cemetery (13) (16) (21)

Coffee 2CemeteryGoodmanGreater BethelGrimes-HollandHamHaneyLocaleLocation78 - SWT4N, R21E, Sec 3024 - NE42 - SW122 - NW101 - SWChurch Affiliation and RemarksGoodman Independent Church; approximately 50 graves; interments begin in 1978; Adkinson, Anderson,Bowden, Bradley, DeLoach, Flowers, Gibson, Goodson, Hudson, Johnson, Mock, Parker, Poston andPurvis are common to this active cemetery (21)T7N, R22E, Sec 1 Greater Bethel ChurchT5N, R19E, Sec 23 see HollandT6N, R19E, Sec 23 see BrannenT3N, R20E, Sec 14 also known as Haynes Cemetery; first known interment: Sarah A. Randell Phillips (1838-1875); last knowninterment: Dorthy Phillips (b. & d. 1933); Powell and Simmons are also found here (3) (16) (21)approximately 160 graves; first known interment: P.W. White (1843-1922); Baldwin, Byrd, Clark, Cole,Engram, Faulk, Flowers, Foster, Harris, Hurt, McGowan, McNeal, Pruitt, Russell, Smith, Turner andWhite are common to this active cemetery (16) (21)Harrison Church, now inactive and in disrepair; approximately 250 marked and 25 unmarked graves; firstknown interment: William Harrison (d. 1858); Mr. Harrison is featured in ”13 Alabama Ghosts and Jeffrey” byKathryn Tucker Windham; Bedsole, Brannon, Brooks, Clark, Creech, Fleming, Hall, Harrison, Johnson,Jones, Lee, Martin, Mock, Russell, Sansom, Ward, Weeks and White are also found here (5) (6) (10) (21)Haw Hill Assembly of God Church; also spelled Hawhill; approximately 225 graves; first known interment: JohnEdward Sorrells (1871-1946); Arnette, Brooks, Burch, Carter, Davis, Eldridge, Evans, Flowers, Griswold,Johnson, Killingsworth, Lee, Senn, Wambles and Wood are common to this cemetery still in use (16) (21)Hardshell52 - NET5N, R21E, Sec 12Harrison94 - SWT3N, R19E, Sec 21Haw Hill16 - NET7N, R21E, Sec 24HaynesHebron101 - SW6 - NWT3N, R20E, Sec 14 see HaneyT7N, R20E, Sec 1 Hebron Baptist Church; approximately 400 graves; first known interment: infant Peacock (b. & d. 1865); Allen,Hillcrest Gardens44 - NWT5N, R20E, Sec 14Holland42 - SWT5N, R19E, Sec 23Holley116 - SWT3N, R19E, Sec 10Howell FarmHudson115 - SE29 - NWT3N, R21E, Sec 10 see CorinthT6N, R19E, Sec 15 approximately 60 graves; first known interment: Mary Jane McNeight Hudson (1852-1893); Bryan, King,Hutchison-Russell49 - NET6N, R21E, Sec 35Ino71 - SWT4N, R19E, Sec 36Ino72 - SWT4N, R20E, Sec 31JackBarr, Bessent, Boutwell, Bradley, Bundy, Carroll, Clark, Crocker, Flowers, Grimes, Helms, Lambert,Lassiter, Lee, Legg, Lowery, Mehaffey, Stanton and Tillery are common to this cemetery (6) (16) (21)approximately 200 graves; first known interment: Eva F. Blair (1930-1935); Berry, Bradshaw, Davis,English, Grimes, Holloway, Hudson, Jacobs, Johnson, Marler, McCall, Parker, Pope, Ramsey, Roberts,Seymour, Tucker, Vaughan, Walker, Weed and Williams are common to this active cemetery (16) (21)also called Holland-Grimes or Grimes-Holland Cemetery; approximately 25 graves; first known interment:Thomas Jefferson Caldwell (1836-1860); last known interment: John F. Grimes (1863-1927); Harrison,Jordan, Lester, Rhodes, Rowe and Rowell are also found here (11) (21)12 graves; first known interment: Charlotte Holley (1778-1855); last known interment: Nannie Holley (18781881) Coon is also found in this cemetery (1) (10) (17) (21)Mack, Marler, McNeight, Mock, Paravicini, Soares and Spann are common to this active cemetery (18) (21)approximately 25 graves, several unmarked; first known interment: Nancy Hutchison Russell (1820-1857); lastknown interment: William R. Russell (1868-1933); Hutchison is also found here (1) (21)Ino Baptist Church; approximately 125 graves; first known interment: Jerry Harrison (b. & d. 1935); Bowdoin,Carnley, Davis, Fuller, Holley, Powell, Rodgers and Wise are common to this cemetery still in use (16) (21)Ino Assembly of God; approximately 35 graves; interments date from the 1970’s; Adkinson, Beckworth,Capps, Danford, Grant, Lashley, Mauldin and Wambles are common to this active cemetery (16) (21)Jack Assembly of God; approximately 50 graves; first known interment: infant Jinright (b. & d. 1947); Carnley,Eddins, Flowers, Grimes, Hensley, Wambles and Whittington are common to this active cemetery (16) (21)Johns Chapel A. M. E. Church, also called Methodist Side; approximately 600 graves; Baldwin, Bell, Clark,Cole, Diggs, Donald, Edwards, Flowers, Frazier, Gibson, Jackson, Johnson, Jones, Robinson, Scott,Shipman, Simmons, Upshaw, Warren and Williams are common to this active cemetery (16) (21)Kelley, Kelly, Paige and Williams are found in this small family cemetery dating from the 1960’s (16)111 - NWT7N, R21E, Sec 19Johns Chapel87 - SET4N, R22E, Sec 21KelleyKeyton74 - SE90 - SET5N, R21E, Sec 29T4N, R22E, Sec 34Kinston92 - SWT3N, R19E, Sec 20Kyles98 - SWT3N, R20E, Sec 28Liberty32 - NWT5N, R19E, Sec 6LibertyLittle Elam119 - SW102 - SET4N, R20E, Sec 10 Liberty Church of Christ; an active cemetery established in 2005 (16) (21)T3N, R21E, Sec 18 Little Elam Baptist Church; first known interment: Charles Moore (1849-1912); Booker, Grase, Harrison,Macedonia96 - SWT3N, R19E, Sec 24Marvin Chapel103 - SWT3N, R21E, Sec 30McGee50 - NET5N, R21E, Sec 10McIntoshMeadow LawnMethodist SideMoore115 - SE83 - SE87 - SE104 - SET3N, R21E, Sec 10 see CorinthT4N, R22E, Sec 31 an active contemporary cemetery with over 4,600 graves (21)T4N, R22E, Sec 21 see Johns ChapelT3N, R21E, Sec 17 also known as Morris; approximately 30 graves; first known interment: Rebecca T. Maddox Bowdoin (1812-Morning StarMorrisMount Cavalry81 - SE104 - SE73 - SET4N, R21E, Sec 27 Morning Star Church; an active cemetery (16)T3N, R21E, Sec 17 see MooreT4N, R21E, Sec 6 approximately 180 graves with interments dating from 1928; Askew, Borders, Brooks, Brown, Caldwell,Mount Gilead70 - SWT4N, R20E, Sec 22Mount OliveMount Pleasant98 - SW51 - NET3N, R20E, Sec 28 see KylesT5N, R22E, Sec 7 Mount Pleasant Primitive Baptist Church, constituted in 1839; approximately 100 graves; first known interment:Mount Pleasant67 - SWT4N, R20E, Sec 7approximately 60 graves; first known interment: James J. Morgan (1822-1898); Carr, Counts, Ellis, Grimes,Key, Meadows, Morgan, Mynard, Sims and Thomas are common to this cemetery still in use (16) (21)maintained by the City of Kinston; approximately 425 graves; first known interment: Quince Rhoades (ca.1879-1903); Adams, Anderson, Best, Branch, Chandler, Coon, Daugherty, Donaldson, Fleming, Foster,Free, Goodin, Gray, Harrison, Hataway, Hickman, Jackson, Kendrick, Marino, Parrish, Powell, Rhodes,Richardson, Russell, Stephens, Ward and Weeks are common to this active cemetery (1) (5) (6) (21)also known as Mount Olive Cemetery; 12 graves; first known interment: S. F. McGriff (d. 1901); Baldwin,Berry, Johnson, Kyles, Mincy, Phillips, Stephenson and Terry are found in this active cemetery (16) (21)approximately 60 graves; first known interment: Fletcher Boland (1906-1907); Beck, Boland, Ellenburg,Hudson, Mack, Mayberry, Mays and Smith are common to this cemetery still in use (1) (6) (21)Hicks, Hooks, Hornsby, Kelly, Lane and Smith are common to this active black cemetery (16) (21)Macedonia Primitive Baptist Church, inactive since about 1950; approximately 90 graves; first knowninterment: Marshall Phillips (1851-1918); Chambless, Daughtry, Davis, Ezell, Free, Hall, Harrison, Holley,Keith, McLane, Miller, Phillips, Thorn, Weeks and Wise are common to this cemetery still in use (5) (21)Marvin Chapel Assembly of God Church; approximately 150 graves; first known interment: Naomi GrimesNichols (1903-1943); Akers, Anderson, Beckham, Bradley, Cawley, Chiles, Dean, Ellenburg, Grimes,Heath, Jones, Marsh, Mock, Parrish, Smith and Weeks are common to this active cemetery (16) (21)approximately 85 graves; first known interment: Joel E. Helms, Sr. (1793-1849); Armor, Cotton, Dismukes,Fleming, Golson, Harper, Harris, Jerkins, Lassiter, Marsh, McGee, Pope, Rodgers, Russell, Smith,Stokes, Story, Stround, Weeks, Wilkes and Wilson can be found in this active cemetery (14) (16) (21)1880); last known interment: Willie C. Jordan (1868-1943); Fillingim, Grimes, Herington, Hodges,McIntosh, Norwood, Smith, Thames and Weeks are also found in this cemetery (16) (21)Cole, Daniels, Davis, Denson, Fleming, Flowers, Johnson, Jones, Knox, Magwood, Rowe, Tubbs,Turner, White, Williams, Woods, Yelverton and Young are common to this active cemetery (16) (21)Mount Gilead Baptist Church, established in 1908; approximately 350 graves; first known interment: Wyatt M.Snow (1835-1910); Ashberry, Blair, Bradley, Carnley, Catrett, Davis, Donaldson, Fuller, Hataway,Johnson, McDaniel, Robertson, Snow, Wambles and Wise are common to this active cemetery (6) (21)Margaret Sawyer (1850-1856); Armor, Bass, Bradshaw, Caylor, Grant, Gunter, Harding, Heath, Helms,Hornsby, Johnson, Kyser, Sawyer and Wilburn are common to this active cemetery (6) (13) (16) (21)see Bethlehem Cemetery

Coffee 3LocaleLocationChurch Affiliation and RemarksMount PleasantCemetery106 - SET3N, R22E, Sec 7Mount Vernon125 - NWT6N, R19E, Sec 10Mount Pleasant Baptist Church, founded in 1874; approximately 950 graves; first known interment: Linda GaleClements (b. & d. 1858) Abercrombie, Andrews, Barley, Harrell, Hogan, Holmes, Hudson, Johnson,Jones, Kilpatrick, Kyser, McIntosh, Medley, Miller, Motley, Nichols, Odom, Parrish, Reeves, Sherrer,Smith, Spears, Tew, Thames, Thornton, Williams, Wilson and Wood are common to this cemetery (6) (21)Mount Vernon Assembly of God Church; approximately 7 graves; first known interment: Donnie Joe Smart (b.& d. 1958); last known interment: Dorothy Young (1916-2011); Hodge, Johnson, Kilpatrick and Oglesby arealso found in this active cemetery (21)Mount Zion Baptist Church; approximately 200 graves; first known interment: infant Hughes (d. 1833);Downing, Eagerton, Jackson, Johnson and Wilson are common to this cemetery still in use (11)Mount Zion Baptist Church, also known as Waters Cemetery; approximately 120 graves; first known interment:infant Waters (b. & d. 1850); Alcuri, Archie, Blanton, Bolen, Bradshaw, Brown, Evans, Jackson, Moseley,Nolin, Parker, Sinquefield, Taylor, Tindol and Waters are common to this active cemetery (16) (21)Mount Zion23 - NET7N, R22E, Sec 1Mount Zion48 - NET6N, R21E, Sec 23Mount ZionMount ZionMount Zion88 - SE89 - SE110 - SWT4N, R22E, Sec 12 Mount Zion Baptist ChurchT4N, R22E, Sec 13 established in 1868; former site of Mount Zion Church; an active cemetery (21)T5N, R19E, Sec 31 Mount Zion Methodist Church; approximately 200 graves; first known interment: J. T. Strickland (b. & d.1893); Brown, Bryan, Cauley, Colquett, Danley, Floyd, Hall, Henderson, Johnson, Moulton, Norris,Owens, Qualls, Rowell, Strickland, Taylor, Weaver and Whitehead are common to this cemetery (6) (21)New Brockton City Cemetery; approximately 925 graves; first known interment: Van Delia Roberts (18681912); Adkinson, Albert, Barberee, Bell, Bradshaw, Brock, Brown, Carroll, Cordle, Cullifer, Danford,Davenport, Davis, Dowling, Folsom, Fuller, Fussell, Gunter, Hayes, Helms, Herring, Horn, Huey,Hutchison, Jones, Locklar, Maddox, Martin, McKinnon, Moore, Peacock, Ramsey, Roberts, Sawyer,Trawick, Wallace, Warren, Waters, Wilks and Yohn are common to this active cemetery (16) (21)New Brockton54 - SET5N, R21E, Sec 22New ChapelNew Ebenezer62 - SW37 - SWT4N, R19E, Sec 5 New Chapel ChurchT5N, R19E, Sec 21 New Ebenezer Baptist Church, built in Danleys Crossroads in 1878 and moved to present location in 1904;New Haven66 - SWT5N, R20E, Sec 32New Home59 - SWT5N, R19E, Sec 35New Home80 - SET4N, R21E, Sec 34New Hope25 - NET7N, R22E, Sec 29New Salem22 - NET7N, R22E, Sec 1New Tabernacle28 - NET6N, R22E, Sec 11Newbia2 - NWT7N, R19E, Sec 27Oak GroveOasis OutreachOld Sharron36 - NW4 - NW7 - NWT5N, R19E, Sec 17 Oak Grove Baptist ChurchT7N, R19E, Sec 10 see BeaverdamT7N, R20E, Sec 15 former site of Sharron Church; approximately 50 graves; first known interment: infant Smith (b. & d. 1886);Old Tabernacle55 - NET6N, R22E, Sec 15Old Town63 - SWT3N, R19E, Sec 3Old Wellborn126 - SET4N, R21E, Sec 6Old Wise114 - SWT5N, R20E, Sec 29Pea River56 - NET6N, R22E, Sec 16Perdue14 - NET7N, R21E, Sec 5Phillips68 - SWT4N, R20E, Sec 1Pine Level30 - NWT6N, R19E, Sec 19Piney Grove113 - SWT3N, R20E, Sec 14Pleasant Grove127 - SET4N, R22E, Sec 23Pleasant Ridge46 - NET6N, R21E, Sec 20Pleasant Ridge82 - SET4N, R21E, Sec 22Possom TrotPrescott67 - SW31 - NWT4N, R20E, Sec 7 see BethlehemT6N, R19E, Sec 27 13 graves; first known interment: Ephriam Prescott (1776-1847); last known interment: Debbie N. ComptonPrestwood128 - NET7N, R22E, Sec 35approximately 275 graves; first known interment: James Shorter Grimes (1855-1903); Archie, Blankenship,Bullard, Davis, Dawkins, Donaldson, Fleming, Foley, Grimes, Hall, Hudson, Jacobs, Johnson,Meacham, Rascoe, Rhodes, Spurlin and Wilson are common to this cemetery still in use (13) (16) (21)New Haven Baptist Church; approximately 90 graves; first known interment: Ellen Wynelle Hataway (19391941) Adkison, Barnes, Campbell, Davis, Ellis, Farris, Harden, Knight, Thomas and Tucker are commonto this active cemetery (16) (21)New Home Primitive Baptist Church; approximately 700 graves; first known interment: Florence Parker (b. &d. 1877); Andrews, Bedsole, Bell, Blackstock, Brannon, Cain, Carnley, Davis, Edwards, Eiland,Ellenburg, Free, Harrison, Hollaway, Hudson, Huggins, Meek, Moody, Moore, Parker, Phillips,Simmons, Smith, Spann, Wilkerson, Wise and Wyrosdick are common to this active cemetery (6) (21)New Home Church; approximately 130 graves; first known interment: E. R. Telemege (1902-1903); Barnes,Harper, Herring, Hughes, Jeter, McIntosh and Thomas are common to this cemetery still in use (1) (21)New Hope Baptist Church; established 1840, approximately 425 graves; first known interment: Amanda L,Wilson (1832-1864); Bell, Dismukes, Dyess, Eagerton, Hall, Johnson, Lambert, Lewis, Lott, Pittman,Shiver, Smith, Wilkins, Williams, Wilson and Zigler are common to this cemetery still in use (16) (21)New Salem Missionary Baptist Church; approximately 100 graves; first known interment: Eliza Haynes (18591920); Brooks, Flowers, Haynes, Hutchinson, Jackson, Johnson, Lee, Matthews, Mitchell, Morris,Newsom, Smith, Snell, Thompson, Whaley and Williams are common to this cemetery still in use(16) (21)New Tabernacle Church; approximately 15 graves; Hollis, Rachel and Whatley are common to this activecemetery (16)Newbia Baptist Church; the graves of James J Duncan (1947-1987), Jerry Ray Duncan (b. & d. 1968), RobertF. Duncan (1950-2008), Gavin Alcus Marler (b. & d. 2009) and Vera Linda Smith (1930-1999) (16)Allen, Amos, Brown, Clark, Flowers, Head, Hickman, Hudson, Johnson, Leverett, Matthews, Sanders,Smith, Vance, Wells, Wilkes and Williamson are common to this cemetery still in use (16) (21)Old Tabernacle Methodist Church; approximately 630 graves; first known interment: Daniel W. Folsom (18541855); Acreman, Allen, Arnett, Bradshaw, Baker, Bowman, Clark, Cole, Cotter, Dubose, Dunnivant,Edgar, Folsom, Godwin, Griswold, Hayes, Hornsby, Law, McKinney, Mixson, Pittman, Rainey, Reardon,Simmons, Snellgrove, Tindol and Whittaker are common to this cemetery still in use (6) (16) (21)also known as Teel Cemetery; approximately 90 graves; first known interment: Catherine Brock (1807-1862));last known interment: W. L. Harrison (d. 1946); Adkison, Bedsole, Benton, Brock, Cawthon, Clark,Harrison, Hudson, Jones, Meeks, Redmon and Teel are common to this active cemetery (1) (5) (21)9 marked stones; first known interment: Britton Tyre Adkison, Sr. (1778-1838); last known interment: DuncanAdkison (1820-1908) (4) (21)approximately 10 marked graves; first known interment: Isaac F. Wise (1854-1857); last known interment:George Washington Wise (1828-1912) (10) (21)Pea River Missionary Baptist Church; approximately 40 graves; first known interment: Exer Dora Faulk (b. & d.1924); Bass, Copeland, Faulk, Harris, Johnson and West are common to this active cemetery (16) (21)Perdue Assembly of God Church; approximately 40 graves; first known interment: Emmer McKee (19031905); Brown, Conerly, Drinkard, Flowers, Golden, Helms, Hurst, Langley, Lunsford, Maulden, McKee,McKenzie, McMillian, Price, Sims, Smith and Swain are common to this cemetery still in use(16) (21)approximately 60 graves; first known interment: Dollie Spinks (d. 1890); Adkison, Bowdoin, Cody, HarrisonHyatt, Kelley, Whittington and Wooten are also common to this active cemetery (14) (21)approximately 1,000 graves; Allen, Bailey, Bane, Barlow, Boothe, Bryan, Carnley, Carpenter, Chandler.Clark, Cooper, Davis, Ennis, Galimore, Godwin, Hall, Hardin, Helms, Jones, Jordan, Kelley, Kendrick,Kidd, Kilcrease, Killingsworth, King, Marler, McCart, Messick, Morgan, Morrow, Nelson, Rayburn,Rushing, Silas, Smith, Taylor, Whitman and Willis are common to this cemetery still in use (6) (14) (16) (21)Piney Grove Baptist Church; Bean, Hornsby, Loman, Mallisham, Phillips, Smith, Thomas and Williams arecommon to this active black cemetery (21)Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist Church; approximately 125 graves; first known interment: Lorena Johnson(1898-1964); Diggs, Garth, Gavin, Glover, Green, Johnson, Lee, Malone, Matthews, McCarty, McDonald,Mullins, Nance, Rogers, Sanders, Williams and Wilson are common to this active cemetery (21)Pleasant Ridge Primitive Baptist Church, constituted in 1856; first known interment: William Joel Helms (b. &d. 1834); Anderson, Bragg, Cain, Crawley, Davis, Goodson, Hall, Hudson, Killingsworth, Martin,McCollough, Nolin, Parrish, Rachels, Smith and Stroud are common to this cemetery (6) (13) (16) (21)Pleasant Ridge United Methodist Church, organized in 1900; approximately 60 graves; first known interment:Mary Hayes Strickland (1887-1940); Barley, Bass, Bowden, Brown, Cain, Forehand, Griggs, Hayes,Hundley, Hutto, Jones, Leach, Manning and Windham are common to this active cemetery (13) (16) (21)(1872-1968); Kelly is also found here (12) (21)also known as Smallpox Cemetery; 7 members of the Prestwood family and 2 of Peacock family; first knowninterment: Thomas Terry Prestwood (1773-1843); last known interment: Catherine Prestwood Peacock orJoseph Tarpley Peacock (d. 1875) (1) (10) (21)

Coffee 4LocaleLocationChurch Affiliation and RemarksRhoadesCemetery61 - SWT4N, R19E, Sec 5approximately 615 marked graves and a few unmarked graves; first known interment: Mrs. Charles C.Rhoades (1874-1910); Anderson, Baker, Bedsole, Blankenship, Blocker, Cain, Clark, Crabtree,Daugherty, DuBose, Eubanks, Farmer, Floyd, Hataway, Hoomes, Lee, Medlock, Moody, Nobles, Pierce,Rhoades, Sasser, Thomaston and Wingard are common to this cemetery still is use (6) (15) (16) (21)RichburgRocky Head53 - SE40 - NWT5N, R21E, Sec 21 see FriendshipT6N, R20E, Sec 28 Rocky Head Missionary Baptist Church; approximately 75 graves; first known interment: Mary CarpenterRoeton21 - NET7N, R22E, Sec 10Cogburn (1878-1925); Barnes, Belcher, Carpenter, Crittenden, Daniels, Henderson, Hooks, Johnson,Long, McCormick, Russell, Smith, Stringer and Williams are common to this active cemetery (21)Roeton Baptist Chuch; approximately 90 graves; first known interment: J. K. Arrington (1833-1907);Ashberry, Chandler, Donn, Haisten, Hornsby, Law, Parisi, Payne, Prestwood, Sanders, Shiver, Taylorand Whitehead are common to this cemetery still in use (16) (21)also known as Arcus Cemetery; approximately 60 graves; first known interment: Sarah Ware Maddox (18401871); Atchley, Crosby, Jinright, Maddox and Simmons are common to this active cemetery (18) (21)Saint Beulah Baptist Church; the grave of Sgt. Fred Clinton Dubose, III. (1944-1968) is known to be foundhere (21)Saint John Baptist Church; approximately 20 graves; Carpenter, Coleman, Davis, Evans, Kinder, Moultryand Walton are common to this new and active cemetery (16) (21)Rosin Ridge18 - NET6N, R21E, Sec 8Saint Beulah129 - SET4N, R22E, Sec 20Saint John26 - NET7N, R22E, Sec 28Saint JohnSaint Mary112 - NE130 - SET7N, R21E, Sec 10T4N, R22E, Sec 17Saint Pauls93 - SWT3N, R19E, Sec 20Salem85 - SET5N, R22E, Sec 34Sardis108 - SET3N, R22E, Sec 21Seglar/Seigler20 - NET7N, R22E, Sec 8Shady Grove11 - NWT7N, R20E, Sec 3Shady Grove13 - NWT7N, R19E, Sec 12Shearon8 - NWT7N, R20E, Sec 22Shiloh45 - SWT5N, R20E, Sec 14Shiloh65 - SWT5N, R19E, Sec 25SmallpoxStricklin128 - NE19 - NET7N, R22E, Sec 35 see PrestwoodT7N, R22E, Sec 8 also known as Frisco Cemetery; first known interment: Andrew Jackson Stricklin (1874-1908); last knownTaylor43 - NWT5N, R19E, Sec 2Taylor HillTeelUnion Grove118 - NW63 - SW91 - SET5N, R19E, Sec 3T3N, R19E, Sec 3T3N, R22E,

Coffee 2 Cemetery Locale Location Church Affiliation and Remarks Goodman 78 - SW T4N, R21E, Sec 30 Goodman Independent Church; approximately 50 graves; interments begin in 1978; Adkinson, Anderson, Bowden, Bradley, DeLoach, Flowers, Gibson, Goodson, Hudson, Johnson, Mock, Parker, Poston and Purvis are common to this active cemetery (21) Greater Bethel 24 - NE T7N, R22E, Sec 1

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