Re: Mayfield Grave at Natural Bridge

Posted by A.G.Pete Parrish on April 05, 2002 at 02:42:47:

In Reply to: Mayfield Grave at Natural Bridge posted by Hoyt Cagle on March 29, 2002 at 05:21:44:

: Can anyone shed light on this news item from the Leighton News (Colbert County, AL) of 14 May 1909?

: "This writer, his father, mother and two sisters, and I.W. and T.R. Mayfield made a visit to Natural Bridge Friday. We went for the purpose of cleaning off the grave of one of my uncles, (Lafayette Mayfield,) who was killed in the war. He was a United States soldier, and was killed by some scouts and buried in the woods. It is a desolate place where he is buried. We also went to the bridge and had a nice time on our trip,a trip that will long be remembered by this writer.
: J.B. Weems"

: Is the location of this grave known?

: Hoyt Cagle

Hoyt, The grave that you are looking for is just northeast of the Natural Bridge Stock Yard . A few area citicens put a new grave marker up last year. i will be glad to take you to the grave. e-mail me and i will get you my phone number. e-mail