History of the Restoration Movement

Fair Prospect Cemetery

Montgomery County, Alabama
A Cemetery With "A Great Cloud Of Witnesses"

GPS Location
32°00'40.5"N 86°17'21.1"W
or D.d. 32.011251, -86.289185

Gospel Preachers Buried At Fair Prospect Cemetery

John Victor Davis (9.16.1801-5.10.1871)
Bartlet Hilliard
Thomas J. Golson (1849-1927)
W.J. Haynes (1858-1925)
Samuel Jordan (3.17.1847-8.27.1933)
Milton Leander Kirkpatrick (1830-1892)
Charles Watson Landers (12.1.1871-12.10.1969)

Barnes Family Plot

Lucy R.
Wife of
J.M. Barnes
and daughter of
J.H. & Harriet Ruff
June 17, 1834
March 17, 1878

Barnes, Jordan, Kirkpatrick
Preachers, Teachers, Planters
When This Was Wild Frontier
Taught With Love Unstinted,
Helped Bring Religion Here,
Kith and Kin Take Notice
These Leaders 'Neath This Sod
Shaped A Growing Country
Their Monument To God
Erected In Reverent Memory By
Dr. M.B. Kirkpatrick
In Memory of my
beloved uncle
J.M. Barnes
Feb 10, 1836
Died April 28, 1913
Auto Accident
Remains Rest In
Greenwood Cemetery
Montgomery, Ala.

Elkanah Barnes

In Memory of
Elkanah Barnes
June 5, 1797
and died
December 19, 1861
His own words,
I am an honest man

Mary Barnes
Jan. 24, 1811
Aug. 25, 1891
I have fought a good fight

Elkanah Barnes

Mary Barnes

Also Buried In The Barnes Plot Are
Samuel and Mary Barnes Jordan
M.L. & Frances Barnes Kirkpatrick
And Others

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