Location: Austin County TX

Austin County Texas Cemeteries

Most of these are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we list the listing when it is only a partial listing. The following cemetery transcriptions are hosted at Austin County Texas USGenWeb Archives. Abel Family Cemetery Abel – Witte Cemetery Allen – Johnston – Dabney Cemetery Atkinson Cemetery Bader Cemetery Baethe Cemetery Bartay – Bell Cemetery Bethany Cemetery Bouldin Cemetery aka Flake Cemetery aka Bethany Colored Cemetery Bovine Bend Cemetery aka Bluff Cemetery Brast Family Cemetery #1 Brast Family Cemetery #2 Brosig Cemetery Brune Cemetery Buckhorn Church Cemetery Buntzel Family Cemetery Burger Family Cemetery Burns Cemetery Burt Cemetery Caletka Cemetery Campbell – Catlin Cemetery Clarke Cemetery Coshatte Cemetery Cumings Family Crypt Photos Czoulauf Cemetery Frank Cemetery Photos Glenn Family Cemetery Grimes Cemetery Hawkins Cemetery aka Corbin Cemetery Kollatschny Cemetery Pauper’s Cemetery Pilgrims Rest Cemetery Photos Saint John Lutheran Church Cemetery Saint Mary’s Cemetery Schlapota Cemetery Thomas Cochran Cemetery The following cemeteries are hosted at Austin County Texas GenWeb. Abel Cemetery Abel – Witte Cemetery Alexander Glenn Family Cemetery Allen – Johnston Cemetery Amsler Cemetery Amthor Cemetery Atkinson Cemetery Austin County Paupers Cemetery (Bellville) Austin County Paupers Cemetery (New Ulm) Bader Cemetery Baethe Cemetery Bartay Cemetery Bethany Cemetery Bethel Hicks Glenn Cemetery Bouldin Cemetery aka Flake Cemetery aka Bethany Colored Cemetery Bovine Bend Cemetery aka Bluff Cemetery Brast Cemetery #1 Brast Cemetery #2 Brosig Cemetery...

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Biographical Sketch of Baker, Mosley, Captain

Captain Baker, being closely identified with the people of Fort Bend County during the passage of the Mexican army, through what is now Fort Bend, but then Austin County, where he made such a heroic stand at San Felipe as to cause the Mexican army to abandon the attempt there and come on down the river to Fort Bend and make the passage, we add this notice of him in our history: He came from Alabama to Texas in 1834, and, becoming prominent in the affairs .of the country, and so opposed to Mexican aggression, that he was on the list of those proscribed by Colonel Ugartechea of the Mexican army and his arrest ordered at San Felipe. While he was in command at that point, during the Mexican invasion, the town was burned, Captain Baker said by order of General Houston, but Houston said his order had been misunderstood, that he gave no such order. Captain Baker was wounded, at the battle of San Jacinto, where his company displayed great gallantry. He represented Galveston in the Congress of the Republic in 1838 and 1839, and died of yellow fever in Houston, November the 4th,...

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