Vickers Family Cemetery
Location: From Eufaula you will pass the 1st entrance that goes into Lawrenceville, which is CR. 119, which makes a loop back to Hwy. 431, at the second
entrance it is across the Hwy. Hwy. 431 in a clump of pine trees, you will see 1 or 2 big old trees, the cemetery is under those old trees.
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|HUTTO, Mary Lenora
||Nov 08 1878
||Oct 02 1879
||Mary Lenora Hutto daughter of Thomas & Nicey Hutto. A little time on earth she spent, Till God for her his Angel sent.
||Sep 24 1855
||Sep 24 1855
||Infant of : R. G. & Sarah Sowell. The little babe has gone to that world above, Where all is peace and love. Parents:
Sarah Vickers m. Robert G. Sowell 11-20-1851
|SOWELL, George Jesse
||Feb 02 1853
||Feb 12 1859
||Son of R. G. and S. A. Sowell. Hope wipes the tears from sorrows eye, And faith points upward to the sky.
||Sep 21 1821
||Mar 21 1892
||Buried beside Lacy Vickers (on the left side). Masonic Emblem on stone. A precious one from us has gone, A voice we
loved is stilled; A place is vacant in our home, Which never can be filled. God in His wisdom has recalled, The boon his love had given, And though
the body slumbers here, The soul is safe in Heaven.
|VICKERS, Joshua Robert
||Aug 10 1856
||Sep 27 1856
||Son of H. & L. Vickers. Sleep on sweet babe And take they rest. God called thee home He thought it best.
||Apr 07 1819
||Jun 02 1904
||Buried beside Hatcher Vickers. We miss thee from our Home dear, we miss thee from thy place. A shadow o'er our life
is cast, We miss the sunshine of they face
|VICKERS, Lacy Ann Amanda
||May 23 1854
||Daughter of H.& L. Vickers. Weep not Father and Mother for me, For I am waiting in glory for thee
|VICKERS, Y. J.
||Jan 14 1844
||Young J. Vickers married November 24, 1865 to Mahala Dominey - 15th Alabama Infantry Regiment, Company "G" - Shot
through both legs and disabled at the Battle of the Wilderness in Virginia.
||Jul 16 1868
||Sep 10 1871
||Amanda daughter of J. & M. Vickhers
||Oct 17 1824
||Dec 17 1874
||His words were kindness, his Deeds were love. His spirit humble, he rests Above