Mt Glory Freewill Baptist Church

Surveyed and photographed by Angela Cassidy and Donna Warlick on January 10, 2009. If one name
is in burgundy font, there is one photo, but if both the surname and the given name are in burgundy, there are
two photos. The second photo is usually a closeup of the text or a military plaque.

Directions: Take Hwy. 267 (Adams Street) North from Quincy, and go 5.3 miles to Hutchinson Ferry Road
(CR 272). Turn left and go 1.8 mile to Newberry Road (dirt). Turn right and go .7 mile. Church and cemetery
on left side of road. The Church was built about 1912. There are 7 graves without identification, and photos
of them are at the bottom of the chart.

Church and Cemetery Photos:
Mt. Glory Church Sign
Mt. Glory Freewill Baptist Church
Cemetery Left Side View
Cemetery Right Side View

J l Johnson to ....... Trustees of Mount Glory Baptist Church

This indenture made this of Oct A.D. 1920? between J l Johnson and his wife Gertrude G Johnson of the County of Gadsden in the State of Florida consideration of the sum of Ten & no/100 dollars ....following wit; Begin at North East corner of the North West quarter of the North East quarter of Section 9 Township 3 North Range 4 West and run South 140 yards to the point of beginning then run South 70 yards West 70 yards North 70 yards East and 70 yards to point of beginning, containing 1 acre of land more or less. ...... The above land is lying in Gadsden Co FL..... signed sealed and delivered ....C S Curtis, A J Key (Ray?),  J L Johnson and G Gertrude G Johnson..........

State of Florida
County of Gadsden
Before me on this 19th day of Oct 1920 ..... J L Johnson and Gertrude G Johnson, his wife,.......
C S Curtis, Notary Public, State of Florida....

State of Florida
County of Gadsden
I, F F Morgan, clerk of the Circuit Court in and for..........18 th day of October A D 1920 ......duly recorded the same this 27th day of October A.D. 1920
F F Morgan Clerk

Surname Given Birth Death Married Notes
GOLDEN William Henry Apr 17, 1950 Jun 9, 2004   In Loving Memory
HUNTER Infant Apr 7, 1928 Apr 7, 1928   Inf/o O T & N M Hunter - At Rest
JOHNSON Albert Lee Nov 22, 1901 Dec 3, 1987 Aug 20, 1922 d/s Claudia Scott Johnson
JOHNSON Claudia Scott Sep 7, 1905 Jan 25, 1979 Aug 20, 1922 d/s Albert Lee Johnson
JOHNSON George Nov 29, 1936 Dec 27, 1994   US Army Vietnam
JOHNSON George Elbert May 28, 1898 Apr 7, 1937   d/s Laura Inez Johnson
JOHNSON Gertrude P Oct 6, 1877 Jan 9, 1949 May 5, 1897 At Rest
JOHNSON Jasper L. Aug 9, 1873 Aug 19, 1930 May 5, 1897 At Rest
JOHNSON Herbert Wilson, Jr. Dec 22, 1949 Nov 27, 1999   SP5 US ARMY(s/o Herbert Johnson)
JOHNSON Kittie L. Mar 22, 1909 May 14, 1921   d/o J L & G G Johnson - She was an affectionate daughter and a faithful friend.
JOHNSON Laura Inez May 8, 1903 Dec 18, 1944   d/s George Elbert Johnson
JOINER Allie Johnson 1904 1984   In Memory of -
MERRITT Dale Jan 18, 1966 Feb 3, 1966    
NEWBERRY Annett Aug 31, 1940 Aug 31, 1940   A precious gem in Heaven.
NEWBERRY Elier Leona Sep 12, 1908 Feb 28, 1971   d/s Samuel David Newberry
NEWBERRY Lester A. Oct 2, 1960 May 9, 2004    
NEWBERRY Luvern Josey Jan 26, 1937 (no date) Jul 11, 1952 d/s Wesley A.
NEWBERRY Samuel David Oct 23, 1893 Sep 2, 1969   d/s Elier Leona Newberry, FL PVT US Army WW I
NEWBERRY Wesley A. Apr 6, 1930 Nov 18, 2002 Jul 11, 1952 d/s Luvern Josey
RAY George W. 1888 1982   d/s Minnie E. Ray
RAY Minnie E. 1887 1983   d/s George W Ray
RAY Willard J. Nov 11, 1923 May 30, 1944   US Army WW II
RUDD Carl Lee, Sr. Jan 19, 1930 May 5, 1998   A Loving Father
TAYLOR Ethel S. Aug 2, 1895 Jan 17, 1975   d/s James A Taylor - Asleep in the arms of Jesus
TAYLOR James A. Sep 19, 1896 Jun 7, 1970   d/s Ethel S. Taylor
TAYLOR James W. Dec. 17, 1925 Dec 12, 2001   I loved life and life loved me.
WARD Edward N. 1932 2004    
WARD Nellie M. 1915 1998    
WILLIAMS Lloyd Aug 22, 1906 Sep 7, 1989   d/s Ruby Williams
WILLIAMS Ruby Feb 11, 1920 Feb 7, 1993   d/s Lloyd Williams - God gives us food, Something to love, He tends us.
3 Crosses side by side with no names
2 Crosses one at the foot of the other, with no names
1 Cross 2nd row from the back, with no name
1 Cross on the back row with no name
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