Located in Guntersville, Alabama Happy Home Cemetery lies in a small neighborhood off Highway 431 (also known as the Florida Short Route) near Guntersville High School. The cemetery is connected to Happy Home Baptist Church which has been serving Guntersville and Marshall County for more than one hundred. The cemetery is much the same as you will find […]
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This story along with the photos are about Shiloh National Cemetery, not about the Battle of Shiloh. Walking through the ornate iron gate the realization that you are on hallowed ground is immediate and awe inspiring. Shiloh National Cemetery sits overlooking the Tennessee River on its west bank in a location known as Pittsburgh Landing, […]
The Blakeley Cemetery is located inside of Blakeley State Park along the Mobile-Tensaw Delta near Spanish Fort. The cemetery is said to be dated to 1814 when the now abandoned town of Blakeley was founded by Josiah Blakeley. Many of the headstones have been destroyed, lost or forgotten over the years.
The Bean-Roulston Graveyard lies in a beautiful area known as Sweden’s Cove near South Pittsburgh, Tennessee. Surrounded by a native stone hand-built fence, the setting for this historic resting place could not be any idyllic or peaceful. So it is only fitting that this is the final resting place for veterans from every single American […]
Church Street Cemetery ( also known as Church Street Graveyard) was created by the City of Mobile in 1819. When it was first put into use, the site of the cemetery was more than a half mile from any developed land, but today the cemetery is firmly in Mobile’s downtown. Burials in Church Street Cemetery ceased […]