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Smith-Mahan Cemetery

17 miles north from Centreville on Alabama Hwy 25, on right (Ref: McCord's Baptists of Bibb County, Alabama)Township 24 North, Range 11 East, Section 28

Named for the families of John Mahan (1750-1820) and Jonathan Newton Smith; approx. 75 marked and 50 unmarked graves; first known interment John Mahan (1750-1820); Campbell, Owens, Potts and Smith are also common to this cemetery still in use. (Ref: Historical Atlas of Alabama, v. 2, Cemetery Locations by County, published by Dept. of Geography, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, 1999.)

Submitted by the late Herman Belcher and Chare Hester

Located in NE Bibb off Hwy 25. There was no name on the cemetery except community cemetery. The storm had gone through and trees were everywhere, destroying many tombs...but this one caught my eye. --Herman Belcher

Mahan, Edward, Tennessee, Capt. Simeon Perry's MTD Inf., War of 1812, 1772-1885

Mahan, Col. James, son of John & Mary, Departed this life, May 29, 1849

Mahan, John, 1750 - 1820, Virginia, Lt. Continental, Revolutionary War, additional photo

Mahan, Mary Scott, wife of Lt. John Mahan, Niece of Gen. Winfield Scott, Gt Gt Gr Mother of Stanley Mahan and a Host of Others

Mahan, Ratchiel Regan, wife of Edward Mahan, Gt Gr Mother of Stanley Mahan and a Host of Others

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