History of the Restoration Movement


James Marshall Wyers

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Marshall Wyers was a long and greatly appreciated minister of the gospel in the area surrounding Winfield, Alabama. He preached for the Winfield Church of Christ for many years. After retiring from full-time work in the late 1970's, his son, James Wyers, moved back into the area and began preaching at the congregation in 1982. In many circles in the vicinity of northwest Alabama, the name Wyers invokes many thoughts of thanksgiving and great appreciation for Christian service and leadership. Much of this is because of the good work of Marshall Wyers, and continues through his son and family. Wyers passed away March 20, 1986 and is buried in the Winfield City Cemetery.

Directions To The Cemetery

Winfield, Alabama is located on Hwy. 78, about 70 miles northwest of Birmingham. Coming into Winfield on Hwy 78 go to the center of town. Turn north on Hwy 253. Go to the fifth street on the right and turn right on Brookland Dr. Go three blocks and turn left on Ashwood Dr. As you travel up the hill you will see the cemetery on the right. Close to the beginning of the cemetery, pull off to the side of the road and park. Marshall Wyers is buried very close to the edge of the cemetery, and the grave faces west. You can't miss it.

James Wyers and Flavil Nichols Stand Beside
The Grave Of Marshall Wyers - July 5, 2001

James Marshall Wyers
June 27, 1913
March 20, 1986

Updated Photos 05.2011


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