Lynn, thanks for mentioning that these cemetery records are online. I did not know they were available.
However, despite what the online cemetery information claims, to date there is no proof of where Penelope Frizzle Albritton died and was buried. A new marker was placed for her in that cemetery near the original tombstone of her son George W. Albritton, daughter Lavincy Albritton Lee, and son-in-law Martin B. Lee in 1992 by a group of people who refurbished old and damaged tombstones in the Taylor/Liberty Hill Cemetery. They placed a marker for Penelope next to her son since they knew she was living there in 1850. This group did not realize that Penelope was back inWilcox County in 1860 living with her granddaughter.
Penelope Frizzle Albritton's birthdate comes from the family Bible of her son John Frizzle Albritton. But she had no marker in that cemetery until 1992 (I grew up in the Liberty Hill Church, so I know this from personal experience), and this recent marker cannot be used to prove she died and was buried there.
I will also mention that this same group placed markers for other Albrittons, Elizabeth Fowler Albritton and Sarah Ann Fowler Albritton, and both of them contain errors. If anyone is interested, please contact me.