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Larry Willie (#48082284)
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Beth Collins
John Sledge
My friend and I found the Clark Cemetery, and there were only 2 graves there. One was Rebecca Clark, daughter of John and Amy Sledge. The other was Robert Clark, an 80 year old man. If you want pictures of those two, we have them. We weren't sure what you'd like.
Added by Beth Collins on Sep 30, 2013 2:59 PM
Eureka Native
RE: Robert Clark
Glad to do it, sir!
Added by Eureka Native on Jul 23, 2013 11:31 AM
Eureka Native
Pic Requests for Robert & Rebecca Clark & John Sledge
Larry,

I noticed (on Find A Grave) your requests for pictures of Robert Clark, Rebecca Clark, as well as John Sledge.

I found the general location of the cemetery... and it's in a grove of trees on private property. Before I returned to ask permission to go onto the property...I was doing some online research and came across this page with a lot of info on Clark Cemetery. A gentleman (C. Wayne Austin) had done a good job of locating, photographing, and documenting the cemetery and its interments.

Anyway, here's the link to his information:

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~maury/AlabamaCemeteriesWeb/MadisonCounty/Clark(Robert)Cem/Clark(Robert)CemListing.htm

There are several pictures of the gravestones of Robert & Rebecca Clark, but none of John Sledge's on this page.

Maybe you can contact Mr. Austin and ask him to post his pics on FindAGrave.

Thanks !

John "Rusty" Morris
aka Eureka Native
Find A Grave ID #47496993
Added by Eureka Native on Jun 28, 2013 4:46 PM
Dale
Horace King b.1850 d.1867
The headstone for Horace King is broken. We took two pictures; one of the stone as it sits at Masonic Springs Cemetery and another that we held up so you could see both parts of the stone. Do you want either or both posted?
Added by Dale on Apr 20, 2013 12:31 PM
 

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