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Marengo County, Alabama

Contributed by Bill D. Boyd  more information about cemetery available upon request. Just click the ball!

  The Westbrook Cemetery, on Highway 28, west of Jefferson, was in bad condition, the marble slabs broken, standing stones crumbling. Lucretia Norris and David Compton, determined to preserve these evidences of a pioneer family, enlisted the help of descendants to have the stones moved to the Jefferson cemetery and repaired. A stone was erected to Moses, and they may be seen in the south section of the cemetery.

Sacred to the memory of Martha L., wife of Moses Westbrook. She departed this life Aug 26, A. D. 1842 in the 46 year of her life.

 Robert L., son of Moses and Martha L. Westbrook who departed this life Sept. 2, A. D. 1836. 

Sacred to the memory of Mary E., dau. of Moses and Martha L. Westbrook and consort of Jesse Jones who departed this life Nov. 6, A. D. 1846 in the 35th year of her life. 

Sacred to the memory of Elizabeth, daughter of Moses and Martha L. Westbrook and consort of Jesse Jones. She was born Feb 23, 1827. She died May 16, 1849. 

Moses Westbrook, b. May 9, 1788, died March 28, 1860. 

The son-in-law of Moses Westbrook, James F. Aldridge, was born in North Carolina in 1818 and died in Marengo in 1881. He was the son of Nancy Aldridge, whose birth and death dates of 1798-1821 are recorded in the Westbrook Bible. The name of her husband has not been discovered.

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Marengo County Genealogical Society
Demopolis Public Library
211 East Washington Street
Demopolis, Alabama 36732

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