Discover your family's story.

Enter a grandparent's name to get started.

Start Now

Burnett Cemetery, Fannin County, Texas

Show some words

Cemetery transcription of Burnett Cemetery in Fannin County, Texas.

The Selfs family settled on Bullards creek southwest of Windom in the early 1840’s coming from North Carolina. They were buried on their farm and their neighbors were allowed to use their family graveyard. A schoolhouse was built and the first teacher was a Mr. A. H. Burnett. The school was called Burnett as was the cemetery.

BALDWIN
Dora, 1879 – 1882. Dau. of W. H. & N. E.
Nannie, 1851 – 1882. Wife of W. H.
W. H., 1851 – 1882.

BOWAN
Silvester, 1826 – 1881.

BURNETT
Infant, b. & d. 1877. Child of A. H. & M. T.

GRIFFIN
Nancy J., 1835 – 1878. Wife of J. P.

HENRY
Fredonia C., 1884 – 1901. Wife of F. W.
F. W., 1855 – 1896. Born in S. C.

KIRK
Stone broken.

LAWSON
Infant, d. 1885. Child of J. W. & M. M.

LEE
Ella J., 1867 – 1888. Wife of J. H. G.

MOORE
J. B., b. 21 Aug. —-, d. 17 Nov. —- (yrs. illegible).

POTTS
Lora, b. & d. 1898.
Lula, 1892 – 1893.

RANEY
Mary M., 1820 – 1881. Wife of A. B.
A. B., 1823 – 1887.
William H., 1848 – 1884. Son of A. B.

SELF
Adam, 1802 – 1865. Husband of Mahala. Born in N.C.
Mahala, b. 11 Dec. 1804, d. 1852. Wife of Adam.
Elizabeth M., 1864 – 1870.
Luttia J., 1850 – 1881. Dau. of J. & M.

TARRY
J. A., 1829 – 1888.

WHITE
Alma E., 1880 – 1890. Dau. of J. H. & Ida.
Louellen, 1878 – 1890. Dau. of J. H. & Ida.

Pin It on Pinterest

Shares

Share This

Share this post with your friends!