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Collins Cemetery

Greene County, Alabama

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Collins Cemetery in back in the woods quite a ways. It is beyond the fence and east at this stump.
Collins Cemetery Overview
Collins Cemetery -- lock on the Snedecor lot fence
Collins Cemetery -- mail box at road near entrance to cemetery is.
Collins Cemetery -- Gate at road



Survey Info: Site visit by Cheryl Schmenk and Kim Jacobson 9/2008. Cemetery transcription available on pages 51-53, Cemetery Records of Greene County, Journal of Mary Marshall, edited by OLevia Neil Wilson Wiese. Earliest interments were Poseys in 1830.

Directions to Cemetery: 39 south of Mt Hebron, about 1/4 mile north of New Mount Hebron (CR 20) on east side of road. The path is gated and locked. Cemetery is on a hill in the woods -- not kept up at this time. (9/2008)


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Cemetery Notes: Are there "unknown" people buried in the Collins Cemetery? If so do you have any idea as to who they may be? I am researching Frances Madison Collins who died ca 1829-30 possibly in the Forkland Community, yet she may have been buried in the Collins Cemetery or elsewhere. She is not listed on the rolls of the Brasfield Cemetery near where she supposedly lived at the time of her death. Any help would be most appreciated.

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