Inscriptions of the Wilson-Douglas Cemetery, also known as the Hackberry Cemetery, in Grayson County Texas. This cemetery sits abandoned is presently being restored on Hackberry Road. Eliza Wilson died April 1861 Age 51 W.C. Wilson died Jan 29, 1897 Age 87 years Maude Wilson Dau. of W.S. & A.C. Wilson Born July 29, 1888 Died Feb.
This database contains 45,000+ internments recorded in Madison County, Alabama from the 1800′s to present day. It encompasses 268 cemeteries throughout Madison County and is an exhaustive recording of every known gravestone in the county at the time it was taken.
Similar deposits of the insoluble red oxide were associated with burials in an ancient cemetery discovered in 1913 in Warren, Bristol County, Rhode Island. This appears to have been a burying ground of the Wampanoag, within whose lands it was. When the site was destroyed some of the skeletons were exposed, together with a large
Adam, Hugh Died July 10, 1894 Adams, James May 30, 1852-July 21, 1884 Alberts, George 1882-No Dates Alberts, Margaret (Love) 1893-1952 Allan, Albert V. Died Sept 1, 1887 Allan, Albert Vincent Died Mar. 18, 1888 Allan, Ann (McLean) Oct. 10, 1822-Sept. 2, 1880 Allan, Edith Died Sept. 15, 1881 Allan, James D. Feb. 20, 1848-Mar.
Acres, Charles H. 1869-1945 Acres, Gilbert 1900-1967 Acres, Irene Pearl (Nixon) 1887-1970 Acres, Jessie L. (Robertson) 1879-1958 Acres, Mary J.(Allen) 1899-1947 Acres, William H. 1891-1968 Adams, John Died July 6, 1903 Adams, Mary Ann (Hooley) Died Dec. 19, 1891 Adams, Stevinson Died Jan. 23, 1860 Ainsworth, Walter C. 1865-1962 Allen, Anna (Lochead) Died Dec. 22,
Abrams, Alvin 1918 1999 Abrams, Henry H. Jan. 21, 1892 May 4, 1972 Oregon PVT US Army WW1 Abrams, Lloyd A. Jan. 20, 1917 May 11, 1976 Abrams, Mabel E. 1892 1984 Abrams, Ray E. Aug. 1889 Oct. 1972 Adams, Albert P. Aug. 24, 1885 Oct. 31, 1965 Adams, Alma M. Feb. 3, 1922 March
Allen, Retta 1861-1945 Anderson, Anne E. 10/07/1885-6/26/1954 Anderson, Bessie No Dates on Stones Anderson, James 9/6/1853-1/4/1923 Anderson, Mrs. James 9/8/1853-1/4/1923 Mother Anderson, Sidney No Dates on Stones Son Applegate, Ivan 1905-1967 Applegate, Juanita June 5/28/1919-12/30/1991 Asdell, Ima Leona 1892-1964 Ascell, Raymond R. 1892-1976 Ashby, E. P. 1855-1930 Ashby, F. H. 1858-1931 Atteberry, Herbert 1987-1924 Atteberry,
(On Rockwall Grance road, 2.5 miles north of Elgin and .5 mile south of Grange Hall; east side of road; In S. W. 1/4 of N. W. 1/4 of S. W. 1/4 of Section 3, T.1 N., R 39 E) (Checked Fall 1972) Marked graves, beginning at west side of cemetery and proceeding eastward: 1.
AKA Cricket Flat Cemetery In SW 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Section 5, T. 1 N., R. 40 E; on gravel road, .5 mile N of its junction with Oregon Highway 82 at point 4.2 miles E of Elgin; on hillside W of road. (Checked Fall 1972) Stones are numbered consecutively, beginning in NW corner
In triangular patch of forest formed by US Highway 1-80N, Meacham Lake road, and frontage road; is about 100 yards south of the freeway at a point just west of the overpass. From Meacham Store take Meacham Lake road under freeway to forks just south of overpass. Right hand fork curves west; at this point