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The cemetery was first established and recorded in 1972. The location is on Escambia County Hwy-30 west of the McCullough (also known as Jack Springs) community. The precise location on the Escambia County map is T-3-N, R-5-E, Section 30. The church/cemetery is well maintained and ample parking is available beneath a stand of red oak trees.
To reach this small community church and cemetery from Atmore and Interstate-65, turn at the Creek Indian Escambia Hwy-1 and proceed north toward the Reservation headquarters and community center (the Judson Church and Indian Cemetery will be on the left). Continue northward on Hwy-1 (old Jack Springs Road) for approximately 6 miles. There will be a 4-way stop at Jack Springs/McCullough. Turn left (west) and drive another 3 miles, crossing Long Hollow creek. After a short distance up a low grade hill, the church and cemetery can be seen clearly on the left.
If coming from Monroeville, drive southward on Hwy-21 through the Claude Kelley State Park. At the community of Huxford will be a caution signal. Turn right here onto Hwy-30 and proceed another 4 to 5 miles to the 4-way stop at Jack Springs/McCullough. Turn right (west) onto County Road 1. Following the instructions shown above.