Unknown Cemetery – Conecuh County, AL
submitted April 2002 by Sherrell
Highway 84 East from Repton, Al.  Right on CR15 (Belleville Volunteer Fire Dept).
Down to end of road.  Right at stop sign.  1.8 miles to Ramah Primitive Baptist Church
and Cemetery.  Left at 1st road (beside the cemetery).  .6 miles turn left onto dirt road.
Go left at the fork.  Cemetery is back there.The story is that this cemetery is completely full although more than half of it is
unmarked by even a stone.
1st Row2 unmarkedMartha Elvira Wiggins                           Aug 5 1846 – Jan 11 1920“Thy God has claimed thee as his own”Maggie E. Wiggins                               Oct 16 1885 – June 22 1915“Resting in hope of a glorious resurrection”2nd RowIsaiah Partin                                   Jan 12 1836 – Mar 24 1891“Kind father of love, thou art gone to thy rest, forever to bask in the joys of the blest.”Charlotte F. Partin                             Jan 8 1838 – Oct 19 1902“Rest mother rest in quiet sleep, while friends in sorrow over thee weep.”3rd RowHuie F. Nall                                    1886 – 1952“Mother” Mattie Nall                            1900 – 1929David S. Nall                                   Jan 26 1824 – Aug 22 1885“He was faithful to every duty”Rebecca Nall                                    May 30 1826 – Oct 17 1902“She was faithful to every duty”“Our Mother” Mary W.C. Nall                     Nov 15 1861 – Jan 26 1927“Just when we learn to love her most, God called her back to heaven”George Edward Nall                              Apr 20 1859 – Feb 21 1934Grave marked with wooden stake“In memory of”Celia E. E. wife of W.N. Bell                   Dec 10 1868 – Mar 28 1900“Gone to a brighter home where grief cannot come”4th Row3 marked with wooden stakesArthur F. Nall                                  Mar 15 1880 – Oct 8 1895“He is at rest in heaven”Sallie S. Nall                                  Mar 28 1859 – Jun 13 1897“Rest mother rest in quiet sleep while friends in sorrow over thee weep”broken headstoneB. A. Nall                                      Oct 29 1883 – May 7 1905“Gone from our presence but not forgotten”5th RowW. H. Jones                                     Oct 14 1848 – Jun 10 1925“gone but not forgotten”“Wife of Mr. W. H. Jones”Mrs. Rebecker M. Jones                          Nov 4 1856 – Nov 21 1922“She was the sunshine of our home”Sealy E. Jones                                  May 5 1878 – Jan 25 1881“A little bud of love, to bloom with God above”Unmarked grave“Our Darling Baby”G. F. Jones                                     Aug 6 1900 – Oct 6 1902Unmarked graveThomas Russel Jones                             Jul 2 1895 – Feb 7 1919“Weep not he is not dead but sleepeth”3 wooden markers6th rowCapers Reco Nall                                Aug 30 1890 – Sep 5 1890“Sacred to his mother”1 Headstone by fence (broken – unreadable)“…in our household band but a chain is forming in a better land.”Right out of this graveyard.  Right at stop sign and church.  Go 1.8 miles.
Left on CR15 will take you back to Highway 84.Left out of this graveyard will take you to Brushy Creek Methodist Church and Cemetery.
©Kellie Crnkovich