There are many cemeteries in Chilton County that have been forgotten or are neglected. These are the graves of our ancestors who came into the wilderness that was Alabama. They spent their sweat and blood to develop the communities we all enjoy today. These are also the graves of our veterans who fought and died for our liberties and freedoms.

They deserve to be remembered and their resting places restored and maintained.

Isabella Methodist Cemetery Survey (24 reads)
March 26, 2011, starting at 9:00 a.m., the CCA will hold a cemetery survey workday at the Isabella Methodist Church Cemetery. Volunteers will need to be able to diagram a row of graves using measuring tape, graph paper, and a symbol chart. Jeff Reece will be taking photographs of the headstones so volunteers may also need to clean the headstone using water and a brush if the headstone is too dark to photograph well. All supplies needed to complete this survey will be furnished by the CCA and volunteers need only bring their willingness to help.  

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Joseph Ellison at Williams Goodgame (29 reads)

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On March 5, 2010 members of the Ellison family and Jeff and Kat Reece met at the Williams Goodgame Cemetery to install the new headstone for Joseph Ellison. Joseph died in a hunting accident when he fell from a tree. An article about the accident was published in The Chilton View on August 1, 1889 and can be downloaded by clicking here.

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Contributions for the headstone came primarily from Benny and Ed Ellison, pictured here with Joseph's headstone. The Chilton Cemetery Association had previously poured a concrete ledger on Joseph's grave to prepare it for the headstone placement.

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L to R: Benny Ellison, Ed Ellison, Larry Ellison, Brantley Ellison, and Llannie Ellison

Kneeling: Berneal Ellison

Members of the Ellison family gathered at the gravesite and provided the muscle to move and place the heavy granite stone.
Lovelady/Chesnut Hill Cemetery (44 reads)

  Historic Atlas of Alabama (Vol 2, Cemetery Locations by County) number: 136 Cemeteries of Chilton block designation: Z Alabama Cemetery Preservation Alliance number: 11-001420 Download a diagram of this cemetery Click on thumbnails for a larger image  
Diagram Number Image Information Notes
1 James E. Johnson September 14, 1877 April 25,1890 Son of J. F. and E. C. Johnson
2 Unknown -
3 Unknown -
4 Unknown -
5 Unknown -
6 Unknown -
7 Willie Elizabeth Loveday June 27, 1876 May 22, 1955 -
8 James Richard Lovelady May 8, 1872 August 2, 1931 Woodmen of the World
9 German S. Lovelady August 7, 1899 August 3, 1910 -
10 Harvin J. Lovelady March 7, 1896 January 28, 1901 -
11 H. J. Lovelady Dates Illegible Son or Daugh of J. R. & W. E. Lovelady
12 Weston "Dueie" Lovelady December 22, 1903 March 19, 1904 -
13 Carvin J. Lovelady November 17, 1893 January 4, 1916 Woodmen of the World
14 Unknown -
15 Unknown -
16 Susan Lovelady Died July 19,1908 Aged near 65 years
17 Duffie Lovelady Feburary 24, 1881 July 26, 1904 -
18 Jeneary Lovelady September 4, 1876 July 10, 1879 -
19 John N. Lovelady April 28, 1848 January 28, 1891 -
20 Sarah Lovelady May 5, 1826 February 25, 1895 -
21 M. J. Nichols 1869 1924 -
22 Unknown -
23 J. W. Nichols 1856 1924 -
24 Unknown -
25 Unknown -
26 Unknown -
27 Unknown -
28 Unknown -
29 Unknown -
30 James David Lovelady February 24, 1853 October 4, 1924 Father
31 Matilda Ann Lovelady May 12, 1843 Mother
32 Sarah Velma Lovelady November 27, 1887 January 20, 1888 Daughter of W. R. & R. M. Lovelady
33 Unknown -
34 Unknown -
35 Unknown -
Foshee Cemetery (67 reads)

  Historic Atlas of Alabama (Vol 2, Cemetery Locations by County) number: 95 Cemeteries of Chilton block designation: O Alabama Cemetery Preservation Alliance number: 11-001455 Download a diagram of this cemetery Click on thumbnails for a larger image  
Diagram Number Image Information Notes
1 William F. Foshee January 28, 1846 May 25, 1911 No military stone, but, served in Co. D, 62nd Ala Inf CSADownload CMSR
2 Mary Foshee August 25, 1843 August 13, 1916 Mother
3 Sam Foshee June 26, 1877 June 9, 1937 Brother
4 Essie Foshee April 15, 1886 January 27, 1942 Sister
5a Ruby Foshee August 26, 1888 Death date not inscribed -
5b Nellie Foshee June 29, 1882 June 27, 1956 -
Williams Goodgame Workday (768 reads)
May 8, 2010, members of the Chilton Cemetery Association, the Williams family, the Seales family and Boy Scout troop 259 gathered together at the Williams Goodgame Cemetery to try and save what remains of one of the county's historic cemeteries.The first Sheriff of Chilton County, Thomas H. Williams, is buried here with his family. Also buried here are his in-laws, John and Sarah Rasberrey Goodgame and their grandson Reese Goodgame. Neighbors of the Williams family, Edward Willis and his son Grover, are also buried in the cemetery as is Joseph Ellison. Sheriff Williams was also a Second Lt. in the Confederate army, Edward Willis also served in the Confederacy, John Goodgame served in the Creek War of 1836.
Grant Seales and members of the Williams family prepare to clear the road frontage
We had a good group of volunteers: William Ray, David Dennis, Janette Bailey, Ivan Truss, Craig & Heath Bennett, Charles Ellison, Jason Williams, Bobby Williams, Butch Williams, Alice Williams, Forest & Wanda Emfinger, Bernice Williams Emfinger, Grant & Susie Seales, Clint Seales and Caitlin Seales. (If I left anyone out please let me know)
Susie Seales, and her daughter Caitlin cleaning the Williams family obelisk
Pieces of the iron fences are missing, here members of the Williams family are reassembling some pieces that were found on the ground and therefore could have rusted much quicker.
We tried to salvage all the pieces of the original head and foot stones that we could. Unfortunately the vandals broke them up into fist size pieces. Here David Dennis and Janette Bailey are placing the stones on the correct graves.
This is all that remains of the original stone for Annie Williams who died at age 2, we only know that these pieces are part of her headstone because they match up with the broken part of her stone still embedded in the concrete.
Nancy Williams, who also died at two years old.
The remains of the headstone for Robert L. Williams
We didn't find any pieces of Sallie L. Williams headstone, these are pieces of her footstone.
On our next workday we'll use forms and lime mortar to attach these pieces to their respective concrete slabs. We'll also be pouring new slabs for several graves. We do have headstones to replace all the broken ones but we want to save as much of their original stones that we can.

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