Sand Mountain Meeting House Cemetery
The Sand Mountain Meeting House Cemetery was created on land donated by Nimrod Hendrick (1778-1862). Hendrick was a soldier in the War of 1812 and was given land in Duncanville, south of Tuscaloosa, for his service. The cemetery was abandoned and became overgrown until located by descendants of Hendrick and cleared of brush and the monuments cleaned in 2019. The cemetery was registered with the Alabama Historical Commission and the historical marker was placed there. The cemetery is located on Bear Creek Road.
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Tuscaloosa County (AL)