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|Hubert Family Cemetery
| Location: From the Hancock County Courthouse, go east on Hwy 22 for 7.5 miles to Springfield Church Rd. Turn left on Springfield Church Rd and go 3.4 miles to Springfield Church. As you face the church, the cemetery will be on the left side of the church, up in the woods, just off the highway.|
GPS coordinates: 33 24' 49.9" N 82 56' 36.5" W
or in degrees only form: 33.41386° N X 82.94347° W
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Cemetery Status: Inactive
Predominant race: Black
The Hubert family established the successful Springfield school (a black grammar school) which prospered in the 1880s.
Indexer(s) or Contributor(s): Jack and LaRue Johnson
|Pers No.||Name||Birth||Death||Inscription and Notes||Service|
|1||Zack Hubert||1845||1926||"First Land Owners. Reared 12 children to Maturity. Great American Citizens."|
On same stone as and h/o Camilla Hillman.
|2||Camilla Hillman Hubert||1858||1925||w/o Zack Hubert. |
|3||Zachary Hubert||1877||1958||Unmarked adult slab.|
All info per Bynes-Royal funeral home marker
|4||Dr. Benjamin F. Hubert||1883||Apr 29, 1958||He went about doing good. |
Dr & death date on original "Sellers" stone. Replacement stone has only 1958.
|5||Jency Hubert Reeves|| ||Jan 5, 1958||Devoted teacher, inspired leader and loyal friend. "Mother"|
Has two gravestones - an older Sellers funeral home stone and a newer granite one.
|6|| || ||Unmarked graves.|
At least 8 more graves marked by fieldstones or depressions.