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ALL Cemetery surveys and photos for Clarke County, Alabama sent to the Tombstone Project are located in the USGenWeb Archives - Alabama.  

To see Cemetery Transcriptions or Tombstone Photos, click here.

These records are updated regularly, so check back often.

The following cemeteries have been adopted and is being surveyed:

Antioch Cemetery

Survey being done by:

Donna Gardner

Liberty Cemetery Ruth Walker
Bashan Church Cemetery, Campbell
Failetown Cemetery, Failetown
Tallahatta Springs Cemetery, Campbell
William S. Faile
Jordan Cemetery Ralph Deas
Airmont Cemetery Dalton James & Luverne Smith and Louis M. Finlay, Jr.
Cobb-Wilson Cemetery, Hwy 21 between Grove Hill and Coffeeville

Coffeeville Cemetery, Coffeeville

M. A. Coleman Memorial Cemetery, County Road 29, near Allen

Creagh Cemetery, County Rd 35, at the site of the Old Suggsville Methodist Church at Suggsville

Cunningham Cemetery, northwestern Clarke County

Evergreen Cemetery, County Rd 41 (Evergreen Rd.)

Forwood Cemetery, Gosport

Gaddes Chapel Cemetery at Rabbit Creek on Walker Springs Road

Gainestown Cemetery, Gainestown

Hopewell Cemetery, Walker Springs

Langlois Cemetery, County Rd 35, at the site of the Old Suggsville Methodist Church at Suggsville

Magnolia Cemetery, County Rd 19

Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Walker Springs

Norris Cemetery, Gainestown

Old Clarkesville Cemetery, Clarkesville

Old Coleman Cemetery, Walker Springs

Old Suggsville Cemetery, County Rd 35, at the site of the Old Suggsville Methodist Church at Suggsville

Parker-Bell Cemetery, Jackson

Perrys Chapel Cemetery, Alma

Puyear Chapel Cemetery, County Rd. 29, near Allen

Tompkins Baptist Church Cemetery, Hwy 43 S. of Grove Hill

Tompkins Cemetery, Hwy 43 S. of Grove Hill

Ulcanush Cemetery, Coffeeville, from Guenther~Tindle Cemetery Page

Willis Estis Cemetery, off Hwy. 69, six miles north of Coffeeville

Brenda Nichols

Find a Grave

Find a Grave

The Political Graveyard The Political Graveyard
The following cemeteries are listed in the US Geological Survey web site as being in Clarke County. And there are more not listed. Currently, there are no transcriptions available. Please volunteer to survey these cemeteries or others you know of in Clarke County
  • Airmount Cemetery
  • Amity Cemetery
  • Anderson Cemetery
  • Antioch Cemetery
  • Austin Cemetery
  • Bethel Cemetery, Bashi
  • Bethel Cemetery, Whatley
  • Brown Cemetery
  • Bumpers Cemetery
  • Cammack Cemetery
  • Campbell Cemetery
  • Cedar Fork Cemetery
  • Cobb Cemetery
  • Coffeeville Cemetery
  • Coleman Cemetery
  • Dacy Cemetery
  • Danzy Cemetery
  • Davis Cemetery, Thomasville
  • Davis Cemetery, Whatley
  • Fellowship Cemetery
  • Finley Crossing Cemetery
  • Forman Cemetery
  • Franks Cemetery
  • Gates Cemetery
  • Griffin Chapel Cemetery
  • Grove Hill Cemetery
  • Hatchet Cemetery
  • Hearin Cemetery
  • Hill Cemetery
  • Hollingsworth Cemetery
  • Hotel Cemetery
  • Huggins Cemetery
  • Indian Ridge Cemetery
  • Jackson Memorial Gardens Cemetery
  • James Cemetery
  • Kennedy Cemetery
  • Kiels Cemetery
  • Linder Cemetery
  • Magnolia Cemetery
  • Magnolia Lawns Cemetery
  • McFadden Memorial Gardens
  • New Prospect Cemetery
  • Old Union Cemetery
  • Overstreet Cemetery
  • Parker Bell Cemetery
  • Peniel Cemetery
  • Pine Chapel Cemetery
  • Pine Crest Cemetery
  • Pleasant Grove Cemetery
  • Puyear Chapel Cemetery
  • Road Cemetery
  • Saint Lukes Cemetery
  • Saint Pauls Cemetery
  • Smiths Cemetery
  • Spinks Cemetery
  • Stave Creek Cemetery
  • Tallahatta Cemetery for Blacks
  • Tate Cemetery
  • Thornton Cemetery
  • Trotter Cemetery
  • Turner Cemetery
  • Tutt Cemetery
  • Webb Cemetery
  • Whatley Cemetery
  • Wilson Chapel Cemetery
  • Wright Cemetery

To volunteer to transcribe (walk and record) an Alabama cemetery, please go to The USGenWeb Tombstone Project - Alabama Submission and Contacts page

To learn how to record a survey of a cemetery and transcribe it for uploading see Instructions for Surveying a Cemetery and Submittiing It.



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To learn how to record a survey of a cemetery and transcribe it, submit a survey you have completed or to add your tombstone photos to the collection, please go to:

The USGenWeb Tombstone Project - Alabama Submission and Contacts page



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