Author: Sherry Johnstone

I am a genealogist/historian for a municipal library in my hometown of Evergreen, Conecuh County, AL. I help people from all over the world research their family trees. It's rewarding work, though very low-pay, so I moonlight as a genealogist as well. I enjoy meeting new people and helping them discover the keys to their family puzzles. I also write a weekly newspaper column for our local weekly paper, The Evergreen Courant, called Written in Stone, which features cemeteries in our region. I am passionate about cemetery preservation. I've been 'in charge' of the genealogical department at the library for last 10 or so years--hard to believe I've been here this long, again, already. I worked 10+ years for the City of Evergreen in the position of Director of the Animal Control Dept before going into business with my dad for several years; then, finally found my niche in the field of family research! It's been great! Not great pay, but great dividends in meeting wonderful people from all over the world! I so enjoy history and preservation, family and solving ancestral puzzles for folks, and getting the opportunity to write about it all! One day, I'm gonna finish that book! Email: [email protected] My website:
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Do you know anything about the Joyner Cemetery in South Alabama?

JOYNER CEMETERY Written in Stone by Sherry S. Johnston Researching the Joyner Cemetery located between Owassa and Wilcox communities recently made me aware once…