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Hardy Family Cemetery

Location: 1 1/2 miles southwest from Headland, AL. Take Hwy 134 west, then left on State Road 21. After crossing the county line the road becomes known as Geiger Road just one-tenth of a mile south of the Houston County line the cemetery is on the left.

Photos: Needed

This survey was shared by the Henry County ALGenWeb. The cemetery was in Henry County until Houston County was formed.

The Hardy Family cemetery is located in what was Henry County, before Houston County was established in 1903. There are no recent burials and it is told that there are unmarked slave burials outside the fenced area. [Source: Virginia Buckalew]

Map: Needed, if available


Name, Birth Date, Death Date, Notes / Source

ARRINGTON, Jane E. May 28 1826 Dec 27 1899

HAMACK, Margret Ann May 23 1828 Nov 01 1890 Unmarried daughter of Sarah.

HAMACK, Sarah Dec 20 1799 Aug 29 1874 Also on stone J.& K. 10/9/1882.

HARDY, Jas D. Mar 22 1845 Jul 21 1864 Erected by J. & K. 1882.

HARDY, John Jul 10 1780 Feb 06 1857 Also on stone J.& K. 10/9/1882.

HARDY, Phoeba J. Oct 10 1822 Oct 01 1898 Wife of HARDY R. I.

HARDY, R. I. Jan 07 1817 Oct 03 1891 Husband of HARDY Phoeba J. Son of Rody Hardy.

HARDY, Rody Feb 12 1794 Aug 11 1875

PAUL, Aidah A. Jan 28 1878 Oct 24 1886 Daughter of PAUL D. V. & M. E.

PHILLIPS, Sarah A. unknown Feb 26 1881 55 yrs of age born about 1826 if age is right. Mother of W. L. PHILLIPS.

PHILLIPS, W. L. Feb 19 1860 Aug 07 1888 Child of Sarah A. PHILLIPS.

ROBINSON, Hiram Jan 17 1850 Feb 24 1887 Next to 1 unmarked grave, could be wife.