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Mount Moriah Cemetery
(Clay County, Alabama)


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Local Newspapers for the Mt. Moriah Cemetery ...

Our GPS coordinates for the Mount Moriah Cemetery have not been verified, but they should be close.<1> The overhead view might be misaligned, although it should be in the general area.

Below are the newspapers that have been published in the vicinity of the Mt. Moriah Cemetery.

Our newspaper information for the Mt. Moriah Cemetery is based on data taken from the Chronicling America website. For more information, please see our description of the Chronicling America website.

Hint: When we started searching newspapers, we only looked for obituaries. Eventually we realized that our search was too narrow and there was much that we were missing. Now we include things like around-the-town and gossip columns, birth and death announcements. We have some family members who owned businesses and now we search for articles and advertistments for those businesses. Some family members could have been better behaved and a search of police blotters contained a some surprises.

Newspapers Neighboring the Mt. Moriah Cemetery ...

The following newspapers were published within 18 miles [29 km]<2> of the Mt. Moriah Cemetery. These papers have been grouped by the community in which they were published, with the communities listed in order of their distance from the Mt. Moriah Cemetery.

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  • Lineville - 9 miles [14.5 km] to the southwest
  • Wedowee - 12 miles [19.3 km] to the southeast
  • Ashland - 14 miles [22.5 km] to the southwest
  • Heflin - 16 miles [25.7 km] to the north
  • Oxford - 17 miles [27.4 km] to the northwest
  • Anniston - 18 miles [29 km] to the northwest

Published In Lineville   [Clay County]     [Map]  

Lineville is located 9 miles [14.5 km] to the southwest of the Mt. Moriah Cemetery

Below are the titles of papers published in Lineville. Click on the paper name for Holding information.

Clay County Free Press   (Published 1889 to 18??)

The Central Democrat   (Published 1889 to 18??)

The Clay Times-Journal   (Published 1990 to the present)

The Lineville Headlight   (Published 1904 to 1933)

The Lineville Tribune   (Published 1933 to 1990)

See our detailed list of Newspapers Published in Lineville.


Published In Wedowee   [Randolph County]     [Map]  

Wedowee is located 12 miles [19.3 km] to the southeast of the Mt. Moriah Cemetery

Below are the titles of papers published in Wedowee. Click on the paper name for Holding information.

Southern Mercury   (Published 18?? to 1860)

The American Eagle   (Published 1855 to 1857)

The News Journal   (Published 1899 to 1902)

The Randolph County Democrat   (Published 1860 to ????)

The Randolph Enterprise   (Published 1872 to 18??)

The Randolph Press   (Published 1926 to 1982)

The Randolph Star   (Published 1902 to 192?)

The Randolph Toiler   (Published 189? to 1898)

The Toiler   (Published 1892 to 189?)

See our detailed list of Newspapers Published in Wedowee.


Published In Ashland   [Clay County]     [Map]  

Ashland is located 14 miles [22.5 km] to the southwest of the Mt. Moriah Cemetery

Below are the titles of papers published in Ashland. Click on the paper name for Holding information.

Clay County Advance   (Published 1888 to 189?)

People's Party Advocate   (Published 1893 to 19??)

The Ashland Banner   (Published 1881 to 1883)

The Ashland News   (Published 1880 to 18??)

The Ashland Progress   (Published 1909 to 1990)

The Ashland Times   (Published 1869 to 1875)

The Lineville Educator   (Published 1887 to 18??)

The Mountain Picket   (Published in 1881)

The News   (Published 1878 to 1880)

The Populist   (Published 1892 to 189?)

The Standard   (Published 189? to 19??)

See our detailed list of Newspapers Published in Ashland.


Published In Heflin   [Cleburne County]     [Map]  

Heflin is located 16 miles [25.7 km] to the north of the Mt. Moriah Cemetery

Below are the titles of papers published in Heflin. Click on the paper name for Holding information.

Cleburne New Era   (Published 1890 to 191?)

The Cleburne New Era   (Published 19?? to ????)

The Cleburne News   (Published 1911 to the present)

See our detailed list of Newspapers Published in Heflin.


Published In Oxford   [Calhoun County]     [Map]  

Oxford is located 17 miles [27.4 km] to the northwest of the Mt. Moriah Cemetery

Below are the titles of papers published in Oxford. Click on the paper name for Holding information.

Oxford Champion   (First year 1898, unknown end date)

Oxford Weekly Star   (First year 1898, unknown end date)

The Night-hawk   (First year 189?, unknown end date)

The Oxford Echo   (Published 1887 to 18??)

The Oxford Enterprise   (First year 189?, unknown end date)

The Oxford News   (Published 188? to 1886)

The Oxford Sun/times   (Published 1986 to the present)

The Oxford Sun   (Published 196? to 1977)

The Oxford Sun   (Published 1979 to 1986)

The Oxford Tribune   (Published 1875 to 1879)

The Oxford Tribune   (Published 1916 to 1919)

The Oxford Voice   (First year 188?, unknown end date)

The Tuesday Sun   (Published 1977 to 1979)

See our detailed list of Newspapers Published in Oxford.


Published In Anniston   [Calhoun County]     [Map]  

Anniston is located 18 miles [29 km] to the northwest of the Mt. Moriah Cemetery

Below are the titles of papers published in Anniston. Click on the paper name for Holding information.

Anniston Daily Hot Blast   (Published 1904 to 1912)

Anniston Evening Star And The Daily Hot Blast   (Published 1913 to 1918)

Anniston Hot Blast   (Published 1883 to 1887)

Anniston Hot Blast   (Published 1899 to 1904)

Anniston Watchman   (Published in 1885)

Anniston Weekly Times   (Published 1904 to 191?)

Farm And Labor Journal   (Published 1908 to 19??)

Saturday Watchman   (Published in 1888)

The 27th Division News   (Published in 1941)

The Alabama Hot Blast   (Published 1889 to 1890)

The Alabama Leader   (First year 1895, unknown end date)

The Alabama State Democrat News   (Published 1965 to 19??)

The Alabama Weekly Inquirer   (Published in 18??)

The Anniston Evening Star   (Published 1899 to 1912)

The Anniston Republic   (Published 1899 to 1909)

The Anniston Star And The Daily Hot Blast   (Published 1918 to 1919)

The Anniston Star   (Published 1919 to the present)

The Anniston Times   (Published 1932 to 1943)

The Anniston Weekly Watchman   (Published 1885 to 1888)

The Calhoun County Argus   (Published 1924 to 19??)

The Daily Hot Blast   (Published 1887 to 1899)

The Daily Press   (First year 188?, unknown end date)

The Evening News   (First year 1889, unknown end date)

The Evening Watchman   (Published in 1889)

The Labor Review   (Published 190? to 19??)

The Morning Times   (First year 188?, unknown end date)

The Patriot   (First year 1922, unknown end date)

The Republican   (Published 189? to 1899)

The Semi-Weekly Republic   (Published 1909 to 1912)

The Star And Hot Blast   (Published 1912 to 1913)

The Union Leader   (Published 1901 to 19??)

The Weekly Hot Blast   (Published 1887 to 1889)

The Weekly Times   (Published 1889 to 1904)

Weekly Review   (First year 1898, unknown end date)

See our detailed list of Newspapers Published in Anniston.

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Footnotes ...

<1>The values for latitude and longitude indicate a specific point on the ground. The point that we are using is located at these GPS coordinates - Latitude: 33.4212, Longitude: -85.6625     [Map].   In this case, the coordinates for the Mt. Moriah Cemetery have been provided by the Geographic Names Information System (GNIS).

Due to various mapping and measurement errors, the location we give for Mt. Moriah Cemetery should not be considered precise.

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<2>Our distances are not driving distances, but are calculated as a 'straight-line' (or point-to-point) distance that stretches from . A straight line distance ignores things like rivers, canyons, lakes, et cetera - it's truly a line drawn from Point A (ie- ) to Point B.

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