The Florence City Cemetery is unique with its historical presence felt throughout the State of Alabama.
The cemetery department is responsible for coordinating funerals, opening and closing graves, maintaining the grounds, leveling and adjusting grave markers, and collecting city parking meter money.
There are over 12,000 markers, monuments, and headstones in the cemetery.
In 2001 Timothy McCord a local Eagle Scout and cemetery historian Robert Torbert worked hard to provide internment information for those doing genealogical research or looking for specific grave locations.
Those looking can simply Google Florence City Cemetery, and go to the following link for a wealth of information:
The most common question we receive is are there burial plots available. The answer is that from time to time individual owners will wish to sale theirs.
Therefore, those wishing to sale or buy burial plots can call Mr. Townsell . There is a list on file at the Cemetery office of people looking to buy burial plots.