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This family plot, approximately 350 yards south of the "Weisinger Place", was listed in "Talladega County, Alabama Tombstone Inscriptions of All Known Cemeteries 1700s to 1987", Vol. I, c. 1989 by Joseph W. and Francis S. Upchurch, The Gregath Co., Cullman, Alabama. There were fourteen members of the Cameron, Costner, and Weisinger families reported to have been buried here between 1846 and 1946. A fifteenth grave was added to the known interments in October 2012, that of an infant son of J. K. & N. C. Weisinger.
"The Weisinger Place", as related in "Historic Tales of Talladega" c. 1959 by E. Grace Jemison, off of Talladega Creek between Bemiston and Allison Mill, is near the site of the Creek Indian "Mother Town" of Yu-Fau-La, or Eu-Fau-Lau-Hatchie. This village was still in existence when the Creek Treaty of 1832 was signed at Cusseta. The property is currently owned and being restored by the Hall family, who report the 2-story farmhouse was built during 1842-1846 upon a 600-acre land grant.