Alexander City Cemetery - Alexander City, Tallapoosa County, Alabama (Vardaman)



Alexander City Cemetery Vardaman-Webb Plot  

Summer 1931

Maggie Mae (Vardaman) Webb & her husband Thomas Jefferson “Jeff” Webb 

Maggie Mae Vardaman Webb

(older daughter of John F. and Julia Flynn Vardaman)

Thomas Jefferson "Jeff" Webb




ALEXANDER CITY CEMETERY Alexander City, Tallapoosa County, Alabama

The Alexander City Cemetery is a municipal cemetery located facing Laurel Street in the city of Alexander City in Tallapoosa County, Alabama. In olden days it was known as Laurel Park.


The Webb – Vardaman burial ground located in the southeastern corner of the Alexander City Cemetery consists of one six-grave plot (only two graves occupied) containing the graves of Maggie Mae (Vardaman) Webb and her husband Thomas Jefferson “Jeff” Webb.

M. Vardaman Webb. 1870 – 1952

Maggie Mae Vardaman, daughter of John F. and Julia (Flynn) Vardaman and widow of Thomas Jefferson Webb, born September 28, 1870, near Goodwater in Coosa County, AL – died October 6, 1952, at Alexander City in Tallapoosa County, AL. This couple had no children.

T. Jefferson Webb, 1861 – 1932

Thomas Jefferson “Jeff” Webb, husband of Maggie Mae Vardaman and son of Charles David and Clarissa Jane (Carlisle) Webb, born November 1861 (per 1900 census record) at Kellyton in Coosa County, AL – died December 1932 in Alexander City, Tallapoosa County, AL (exact date unknown).

Note: Jeff Webb’s mother, Clarissa (Carlisle) Webb, was an aunt of my grandmother, Odie Carlisle and my great-aunt. Consequently Jeff Webb and Odie (Carlisle) Vardaman were first cousins. Odie Carlisle married my grandfather, Marshall E. Vardaman, brother of Jeff’s wife, Maggie Mae Vardaman. Jeff Webb was both my great-uncle by marriage and my first cousin, twice removed.

Photo of: Jeff and Maggie (Vardaman) Webb, summer 1931, Alexander City, Tallapoosa Co., AL

Photos and information supplied by Jack Vardaman and Gary Vardeman.  Thank you!

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