Liberty Cemetery

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You may hear the cries of a baby who died during the Civil War, and feel an eerie presence.

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Liberty Cemetery
Tallapoosa, Alabama 35010
United States

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32.8030348, -85.99018839999997
Tallapoosa County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Our Town, AL (2.4 mi.)
Ray, AL (6.4 mi.)
Alexander City, AL (10.0 mi.)
Hissop, AL (11.3 mi.)
Jacksons' Gap, AL (11.9 mi.)
Eclectic, AL (11.9 mi.)
Kellyton, AL (12.5 mi.)
Dadeville, AL (13.3 mi.)
Rockford, AL (14.6 mi.)
Reeltown, AL (17.5 mi.)


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  1. Carolyn Lovelady  |  

    My greatgrand parents are buried at Liberty! I have a picture of my Big Maw sitting in her rocking chair as family members were cleaning graveyard! She believed in keeping it clean. I saw her one night when alot of us were up there at night drinking! She was in her chair rocking. I guess she was letting me know this was no place for that. She had passed away about a month before!! The picture I have I never knew existed until I went thru my mothers pictures after she passed! They now have a gate up because of people trashing the graves breaking tombs. It is so sad!

  2. My husband and I decided to take a late night trip out to this cemetery tonight after reading several stories about it since it’s not far from where we’re currently staying. I love visiting old cemeteries at night simply for the atmosphere, and this one was no different! I will, however, be returning during the day in order to better maneuver the incredibly uneven ground. I did manage to get some pretty lovely photos, though, which I’ll happily be sharing!

  3. My husband and I decided on a whim to make a late night visit to this cemetery tonight after reading several interesting stories surrounding it since were currently staying nearby. I was not disappointed! Clearly lots of history here and I managed to get some pretty great photos as well! I plan to return during the day soon in order to maneuver some of the more unstable ground.

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