Discover North Baldwin: Historical Cemeteries
Montgomery Hill Baptist Church Cemetery
County Highway 80
Stockton, AL 36579
Built in 1854, it is the oldest working church in Baldwin County. The building was constructed in the Greek revival style with wooden pegs at a cost of $1,400.00. Square nails were later added for strength. The original front door key is kept in an artifact case at the front of the building. The pews, which are still in use, are the original pine board seats. It is listed on the National Register. There is a historical cemetery and has an original slave loft there as well.
Founded in 1850, it is located on Magnolia Steet between Elm & Byne in Bay Minette, AL
Indexed and published in the d\Deep South Genealogical Quartlerly Vol. 4 196-1967 as Old Bay Minette Cemetery. In 1970 the Little River Community Action Sponsored the restoration of this cemetery.
Stockton Memorial Cemetery
One of the oldest cemeteries in the county. Earliest marked grave is dated 1825, next is dated 1838 and 1841.
This cemetery dates back to the early 1800’s, containing the burial sites of many of those who settled in Stockton in the 1700’s. The Aikin family gave this piece of land already containing early grave sites, for a community cemetery which was later chartered with the State of Alabama in 1934—the present Stockton Memorial Cemetery.