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Joseph Benton Troup


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Directions To The Grave of J.B. Troup

Joseph Troup is buried in the Hayden Cemetery in southeastern Madison County. From Huntsville, take Hwy. 431/ Governors Dr. south for 17 miles to the little community of New Hope. Turn left on Main St. Go into town and bear left on College Ave. Then turn left on New Hope Cedar Point Rd. Go about 2 miles and vear slightly left on Poplar Ridge Rd. Then turn left on Hayden Cemetery Rd. As come to the cemetery head past the entrance, and begin looking for a little concrete retaining wall on the left. The Troup family plot will be near the end of the retaining wall.

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Hayden Cemetery
On August 19, 1887, Tranquilla J. Haden gave to
the Poplar Ridge community 1.5 acres at this
site for a cemetery later to be called Hayden.
The site had been used as a cemetery since
as early as 1858. The cemetery expanded to 5.1
acres through gifts and purchases from Horatio
& Sallie Smith. Howard & Ada Smith, Carl &
Betty Worley, adn Bobby Connally. During the
construction of interstate 65 in 1968, remains
from the Collier Cemetery in Limestone
County were reinterred at Hayden. On June 4,
1985, a perpetual care organization was
created with officers and trustees to ensure
the cemetery continued to serve
southeast Madison County.

Evie Ola - April 21, 1897 - December 15, 1960
Joseph B. - April 18, 1893 - May 5, 1975

Photos Taken 06.25.2013
Page Produced 11.23.2013
Courtesy of Scott Harp

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