Alabama Cemetery Records

Alabama Cemetery records are listed by county then name of cemetery within the Alabama county. Most of these are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we list the listing when it is only a partial listing.

Statewide Databases:

Alabama National Cemetery Information


United States Cemetery Records: A directory of resources providing online access to United States Cemetery records.

7 thoughts on “Alabama Cemetery Records”

  1. That is the Methodist Church Cemetery, Louisville, Barbour County, AL. follow this link on Find a Grave

  2. If you are still interested I found someone that might be your Mary Ann Brown Motley in 1940 Autauga County census. I’d like to be sure you are still interested before I spend time going further. I found their marriage certificate and attempted to text it to the number you left.

  3. Are we still adding cemeteries to this web page? If so, where can they be sent?

  4. I am trying to locate the methodist church cemetery in louisville barbour co.alabama
    My great grand father and great aunt ate both burried there. There names are Aloysius
    Capel in 1926 and Doris Capel in1933

  5. I trying to locate where my grandmother is buried I need to know what cemetery is she buried or what church did the service. Her daughter my has passed I don’t no much about my family her is Mary Ann Brown Motley born an lived in Autunga Alabama was married to Nathaniel Motley my mom was born 7/18/44 at this time my grandmother was 24 and her husband 26 if any information my number is 813-384-9534 Brenda Spigner

  6. Susan, Unfortunately there were numerous “Center Hill Baptist Church’s” in Alabama and most of them have an attached cemetery. Knowing the county or town is important in this case for proper identification of the cemetery.

  7. Looking for center hill Baptist church in Alabama. My mom and all the family are buried there. I don’t remember the county though.

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