Cemetery: Salser Family
Shelby County Alabama

Salser Family
Cemetery Census
November 2001


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Maintained by Bobby Joe Seales

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Please understand that some of the grave markers were worn, broken, and/or illegible,
therefore, some errors in transcribing may have occurred.


Located on Shelby County Highway 74, about one mile at the end of a dirt road, on Gulf States Paper Company property.
Please receive permission from Gulf States Paper Company and Long Leaf Pine Hunting Club.


Daniel Blackerby    Dec 27 1843 ~ Nov 9 1916
Louan Blackerby   Mar 3 1869 ~ Apr 21 1916
Infant Son of S.A. & Stacy Kendrick   Nov 15 1909 ~ Nov 15 1909
Rosie F. Blackerby   July 9 1887 ~ June 9 1894
C.C. Blackerby   Jan 29 1843 ~ July 31 1911
E.S. Blackerby   June 5 1843 ~ Aug 25 1894
Lettie M. Hataway   Dec11 1892 ~ Aug 22 1900   Dau. of F.M. & M.E. Hataway
Wm. J. Kendrick   Jan 3 1897 ~ Jan 24 1897   Son of S.A. & Stacy Kendrick
Dewey A. Falkner   Nov 22 1899 ~ Feb 1900   Son of R. P. & M.I. Falkner
Ada Kendrick   Dec 25 1900 ~ Apr 27 1901   Dau. of S.A. & Stacy Kendrick
Allis Kendrick   Feb 20 1905 ~ Feb 8 1906   Dau. of S.A. & Stacy Kendrick
S.A. Kendrick   May 2 1864 ~ Sept 29 1914
Wm. M. Hataway   Jan 13 1881 ~ Jan 2 1884   Son of F.M. & M.E. Hataway
Stacy A. Moore   Aug 15 1914 ~ Aug 16 1914
N.E. Moore   Feb 3 1906 ~ Mar 2 1907   Dau. of J.E. & N.L. Moore
Nettie E. Moore   Aug 30 1900 ~ July 24 1901   Dau. of J.E. & N.L. Moore
Ettie E. Moore   Aug 30 1900 ~ July 21 1901   Dau. of J.E. & N.L. Moore
Grover C. England      ~ June 9 1941   Age 50 years
Andrew Jackson England   Aug 14 1843 ~ Dec 14 1922   Co "A" 50th Ala. Inf. C.S.A.


Additional Notes: Approximately 46 unmarked graves, some marked with only two stones, one for the head and one for the foot, and some are depressions in the ground.

Shelby County Advocate, July 18, 1901, "Mrs. England, wife of A.J. England was buried Monday afternoon at the Salser Cemetery."

Shelby County Advocate, April 1, 1915, "W.C. Blackerby died at his home in East Saginaw last Friday after an illness of several months, aged 64 years. He is survived by seven children, seven grand children and one brother, and a host of relatives and friends. The funeral services were conducted Saturday, March 27th, by Rev. Beddingfield, after which interment was made in the Salser cemetery near East Saginaw. His loving brother, Dan Blackerby."

Shelby County Advocate, September 12, 1912, "Mr. D.L. Salser died at his home in beat 8 on Aug. 22 The funeral service was conduced by Rev. J.E. Hodgens and his remains were laid to rest in the Salser Cemetery."

From records at the Shelby County Historical Society: (1) Effie Salser died Dec. 17, 1911, age 32, father, Dan Miller, mother Susan Miller. Buried in Salser Cemetery. (2) Elizabeth Salser died June 31, 1914, age 16, father E.B. Salser, mother Mrs. E.B. Salser. Buried in Salser Cemetery.