|607–623 Pineville Rd|
Postal Code: 36460
|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
This location contains three separate cemeteries; Hillcrest, Pineville, and Baptist. Alabama Hwy-21 is at the west side of the area and the driveway at the west entrance circles to the driveway at the east entrance. The burial plots outside the driveway are designated as Hillcrest Cemetery. Except for Hillcrest, there are no division markers to clearly define the Pineville and Baptist cemeteries.
The west portion is the old Baptist Cemetery and is roughly that area which boundary runs from the NW entrance to the large mausoleum that stands near Hwy-21 (this is the more elevated part that contains the older markers).
The Pineville Cemetery section is the area west of the mausoleum to the tree line. The area is designated by a red brick marker at the entrance. The Pineville Cemetery should not be confused with two Pineville cemeteries located in the Beatrice area.
This large burial area is located six blocks east of the historic Monroe County Courthouse, which was the setting for Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize winning book, "To Kill A Mockingbird."