History of the Restoration Movement

William Bryant Stevenson


Gospel Preacher In Lauderdale County, Alabama

Directions To The Grave of W.B. Stevenson

W.B. Stevenson is buried in the Stony Point Church of Christ Cemetery near Florence, Alabama. This church is the oldest church in Northwest Alabama, and experienced the influence of Stevenson during his lifetime.
The Stony Point Cemetery lies in the Northwest Alabama city of Florence. In north Florence take Hwy 133 to Cloverdale Hwy., Hwy. 157 north. Go through the community of Petersville. When Hwy. 157 appears to be bearing to the left, a road lying straight ahead will be Stony Point Road, Cty. Rd. 24. Go about two miles and the church building and cemetery will be on the left. Enter the cemetery and the graves will be behind the building. The Stevenson plots will begin under a tree with Ned Sr.'s grave. and to the right of it will be W.B. and Nancy Jane's graves.

GPS Location
N34˚ 53.683' x W087˚ 41.515'
Accuracy Of 14'
Grave Faces East

Stoney Point Church of Christ, Florence, Alabama

Stony Point Cemetery - Started 1896

Nancy Jane Stevenson
June 7, 1842
May 10, 1916

W.B. Stevenson
May 24, 1840
Apr. 22, 1916

Wm B Stevenson
Pvt Co D 1 Ala Cavalry
Civil War
May 24, 1840 - Apr 22, 1916

Aug. 23, 1860
The righteous shall
be in everlasting
remembrance. Psalm 112-6

Ned S. Stevenson, Sr.
GPS Location
N34˚ 53.677' x W087˚ 41.515'
Accuracy Of 14'
Grave Faces East

Mary Lee Jan.17, 1893 - Jan. 16,1944
Ned S. Sr. Feb. 29, 1888 - Dec. 20, 1962
And all things whatsoever ye ask in prayer
believing you shall receive.
Son and daughter-in-law of W.B. & Nancy Jane Stevenson
Buried next to W.B. Stevenson

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