Ancient oaks draped in Spanish moss, rustic cast-iron gates and ornate, marble tombstones grace the Old Live Oak cemetery in Selma, Alabama. The cemetery is easily one of the the most beautiful in Alabama. Old Live Oak was founded in 1829 and is on the National Register of Historic places. The cemetery is located at 110 Dallas Avenue, Selma, Alabama.
James Newton Montgomery is buried in Old Live Oak Cemetery with his family. Montgomery was a marble carver–his signed work can be found throughout Alabama.
This chair with ferns was placed in memory of Jefferson Davis by the Ladies of Selma, Alabama.
Spanish moss adorns a live oak just beyond the cast-iron gate of this family lot.
Ornate, metal grave cover.
Sallie A Jones Featherston (1864-1909)
Drury Fair Jones
Born June 29, 1856
Died August 22, 1878
E S Jones Lot Gate
Fence made by Haas & Heins Fence Co. of Philadelphia
Mattie Blunt Keith (1858-1886)
Veiled Statue with wreath
Cast Iron Fence fabricated by Peacock Foundry of Selma, Alabama.
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