Location: Burleson County TX

Burleson County, Texas Cemetery Records

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. Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. choose a state: Any AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE DC FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY INTL Start Now The following cemetery transcriptions can be found at Burleson County, Texas GenWeb Archives. Carr Cemetery, Cooks Point Cooks Point Brethren Church Cemetery, Cooks Point Cooks Point Methodist Church Cemetery Draper or Mosley Cemetery Elizabeth Lutheran Church Cemetery Kramer Cemetery Old City Cemetery, Caldwell Providence Cemetery, Caldwell Rowland Cemetery Salem Cemetery Shiloh Baptist Church Cemetery, African-American SPJST at San Antonio Prairie, Deanville The following cemetery transcriptions and photos can be found at Burleson County, Texas GenWeb. Allbright Beaird Cemetery Birch Cemetery Bird Cemetery Black Jack Cemetery Blocker/Johnson Cemetery Brazos Bottom Baptist Church Brewers Hill Cemetery Caldwell Masonic Cemetery Chriesman Cemetery Chriesman Chapel Cemetery Clement Graveyard Draper Cemetery Elizabeth Chapel Cemetery Frenstat Cemetery Giesenschlag Cemetery High Prairie Cemetery Hix Cemetery Holy Rosary Catholic Church Immanuel Lutheran Church Cemetery Jasek Cemetery Krohne Cemetery Lawrence Cemetery Lyons Church...

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Biographical Sketch of Cariesman, Horatio

Whose land grant fronts the Brazos River on the west side, where the station of Thompson is now on the Santa Fe road, was born in Virginia in 1792, but moved in early life first to Kentucky and then to Missouri, where he engaged in surveying. In 1818 he married Miss Mary Kinchaloe, and in the fall of 1821 prepared to immigrate to Texas with the Kinchaloe family. They embarked on boats to descend the river, but winter coming on, they held up until the next spring, when Mr. Kinchaloe preceded the party to New Orleans, where he chartered a schooner, “Only Son,” Captain Ellison, and sent five or six young men to the Colorado to plant a crop of corn. Mr. Cariesman, with the families of Kinchaloe, Rawls and Pruitt, left St. Louis in a flat-boat February 25th, 1822. At New Madrid the party was detained by sickness, and Mrs. Cariesman and her sister died. Being detained again at the mouth of Red River by continued sickness, some of the men who were well book a boat load of bacon up Red River to Alexandria. All the river trade was then carried on in flat-boats. Arriving at New Orleans, Mr. Kinchaloe again chartered the “Only Son” to convey them to Texas. They landed at the mouth of the Colorado June the 19th, 1822. A few days after another...

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