I recently found an old cemetary.There was one grave that had a William E. Nethery.It says he is the son of a Sam and Athella Nethery.He was born near Pocahontas, TN on February 24, 1863.He died on August 15, 1910 at age 47.The monument has "Woodman of the world" on it.
I found the grave in Northern Alabama in the Mooresville/Belle Mina area.It's one of the first cities in Alabama.I didn't see any other Nethery graves.However, there are a few graves that the stones are damaged and illegible.A couple of graves don't have stones on them at all.
There are also Gamble, Kimbell, Girault, and a Fannie Smythe King buried in the same cemetary.I've posted that information in their surname forums. I just found this cemetary interesting and decided to copy the names of the graves I could read. The cemetary dates back to around 1850.Mr. Nethery is one of the last to be buried there. There is even a civil war soldier buried there!We did find a small almost new miniature rebel flag near the soldier's grave.So someone may be aware of it's history.