Warren Cemetery

Old Sparta, Conecuh County, Alabama, USA
Memorials 8 added

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Surveyed by Sadie Sparks, November 15, 2000

Directions to Warren Family Cemetery from Evergreen, Ala- go out County Rd # 29S, to intersection of Co. Rd #85, ("Y") bear right on 85 and go to Co Rd 87; turn right on 87 and go to New Hope Baptist Church on the right side of road. The cemetery is across the driveway just past the church on right side of Co Rd 87.

At one time it had a very ornate iron fence around it, but now it is laying flat on the ground. It has recently been cleaned of underbrush and mowed . The large flat marble slabs are laying flat on the ground now-They appear to have been the top section of marble tombs which have been opened either by time or vandals.

The marker for Mary M. Warren, wife of H. W. Warren and Amanda N. Boulware is all on one smaller marble marker-Amanda Boulware on left side and Mary M. Warren on right side- with a picture of a pair of clasped hands at the top.

There is also an adult size marble tomb with no marking of any kind on it, as well as at least 12-15 other graves there, some with only rocks marking the spot and some with nothing marking the spot, only sink holes indicating graves.

From the road, looking into cemetery:

Foreground, left-Mortimer P. Boulware,
right-unmarked adult size marble slab-broken into many pieces, placed
back together.

Center-Amanda N. Boulware/Mary M. Warren w/o H. W. Warren-same marker

left, Hinchey Warren, center, John Q. A. Warren, right, Frances Jones,
w/o Sanford Jones

Marble slab marker (broken into 2 pieces, placed back together) Reads:
"This marble is dedicated to the memory of Hinchey Warren, a native of
Georgia, who departed this life February 28th, 1855 in the 68th year of
his age

Being possessed of great energy and a strong intellect, he was
imminently successful in business.

For several years before his death he was an active and pious member of
the Beulah Baptist Church and was supported amidst the terrors of death
by the consolations of the Gospel.

A few only of his children have been spared to execute this act of
devotion, this last tribute of respect to his departed remains.
In memory of his exe____ied virtues, being sensible of the irreparable
loss they have sustained and while gratitude remains on earth, his
affectionate children will never cease to lament a good father and

"When the good man yields his breath
For a home above the skies;
Bright beyond the gulf of death
Lo! the land of promise lies.
Peace to our dear father's shade
In that land where sorrows cease
And to father's ashes laid
In the earth's cold bosom, peace."
Tombstone by J. Turner, Mobile

Smaller, marble marker, in perfect condition, reads
(Left side) Sacred to the Memory of Amanda N. , wife of Mortimer
Boulware, born April 12, 1812, Died June 2, 1884
"She was an indulgent mother, A faithful wife, A friend to the needy, A
meek and lowly follower of The Blessed Savior" By a son

Right side of same marker, reads:
Sacred to the memory of Mary M. Warren, Wife of H. W. Warren , Born
June 22, 1786 Died Sept. 15, 1886
"Rest Grandma, from the toils of life, For thou hast won the rest of the
pure in heart" By Grandson

Large marble slab marker, in perfect condition, reads-
In Memory of Frances E., wife of Sanford Jones
born June 11th, 1820 and died Oct. 5th, 1841.
"Leaves the greenest will decay, And flowers the brightest fade away,
When Autumn winds are sweeping; And be the household ere so fair, The
hand of death will soon be there, And turn the scene to weeping."

Large marble slab marker in perfect condition, reads
John Q. A. Warren, Born July 18th, 1825 Died April 4th, 1856 with no
other inscription .

born September 11, 1808 Caroline Co., Virginia, near Port Royal,
died January 4th, 1859 Conecuh Co., Alabama.
large marble slab over his grave, which has been broken into many
pieces, carefully placed back together.

GPS Coordinates: 31.3452, -86.9733

  • Added: 13 Aug 2008
  • Find A Grave Cemetery: #2272229