WOLFENBERGER CEMETERY

Last Updated: Sunday, January 11, 2009

Wolfenberger CEMETERY - Red Rock Area

Row 1

1) Oscar T. Rucker, Jr.

b. 5 June 1925

d. 28 July 1994

Brass Marker: Oscar Tinsley Rucker, Jr.

S1 US Navy

World War II

June 5, 1925 - July 28, 1994

2) Lillie I. Rucker

b. 2 Sept, 1887

d. 14 Nov, 1968

Insc: Her memory is blessed

Marker: Mrs. Lillie Irene Rucker

3) Oscar T. Rucker

b. 5 June 1887

d. 6 June 1933

Insc: Blessed are those who die in the Lord

Footstone : Father

4) Hattie Wolfenberger

b. 8 Oct 1846

d. 22 May 1928

Footstone: HW

5) Guy Wolfenberger

b. 11 Nov 1843

d. 2 Jan 1917

Footstone: GW

Brass Marker: Guy Wolfenberger

Pvt Co D 12 Regt

Texas Cav

Confederate States Army

6) John T. Rucker

b. 1 May 1894

d. 24 Jul 1973

7) Hattie Rucker

No dates

Row 2

1) Willie Inez Osborn

b. 17 Oct 1918

d. 6 Feb 1993

Insc: May she rest in peace with God

We love you always

2) Frank M. Osborn

b. 10 May 1918

d. 22 Feb 1945

Footstone - no markings

Brass Marker: Frank M. Osborn

Texas Sgt 319 Inf 80 Div

World War II

3) May Ann Osborn

b. 26 Feb 1857

d. 9 Nov 1933

Insc: Gone too soon

4) B. F. Osborn

b. 24 May 1855

d. 10 Jul 1918

Insc: Gone too soon

5) Ann Weaver

b. 23 Nov 1872

d. 15 Dec 1872

Daughter of Edward & Ann Weaver

6) John T. Watson

b. 29 Sept 1814

d. 4 Oct 1902

Brass Marker: John T. Watson

23 Brigade Texas Militia

Confederate States Army

7) Mama Dollie Glass

b. 28 Jan 1871

d. 2 Nov 1917

on same stone

Mother Caroline Glass

b. 28 Jan 1871

d. 2 Nov 1917

Footstone: DG

Row 3

1) In memory of

Fredrick, Son of

Edward & Ann Weaver

b. 15 May 1860

d. 20 Dec 1872

2) Stone - No markings

3) Stone - No markings

4) Stone - No markings

Footstone - No markings

5) Stone - No markings

Footstone - No markings

6) In memory of

Frank Osborn

b. 8 Jul 1876

d. 20 Sept 1892

Insc: Gone but not forgotten

Footstone - no markings

7) In memory of Infant Son of

B.F. & M.A. Osborn

Born & Died 1 Oct 1883

Insc: Budded on earth to bloom in heaven

Footstone - No markings

Comment: Headstone has a lamb on it

8) Samuel A Osborn

b. 16 Sept 1885

d. 27 Nov 1892

Insc: Sleep sweetly in peace

Footstone: O

Comment: Headstone has a dove

9) Headstone - No Markings

10) Mother

Pinkie Yoast

b. 18 Mar 1886

d. 20 Feb 1929

Insc: We love you

11) Milburn Yoast

b. 3 Mar 1880

d. Jan 1963

Note: the 3rd number in the date of death was hard to see, but I believe it was a 6.

Row 4

1) Stone - no markings

2) Infant of C. S. Wolfenberger

3) Mary A. Wolfenberger

b. 13 Dec 1843

d. 26 Jul 1926

Insc: Dear parents tho we miss you much,

We know you rest with God

4) Charles Wolfenberger

b. 1 Mar 1837

d. 22 Feb 1874

Insc: Dear parents tho we miss you much,

We know you rest with God

Brass Marker: Charles Wolfenberger

Texas Co B 17 Regt Texas Inf

Confederate States Army

Mar 1, 1837 Feb 27, 1874

5) Bill Wolfenberger

No dates

6) David Wolfenberger

No dates

7) Granite Monument erected by the State of Texas

Samuel Wolfenberger

Born in Virginia in 1804

Came to Texas in 1831. Died 1860

Fought under Lt. W.J. Russell at Velasco

Participated in the storming and capture of Bexar

Served with Colonel Robert M. Colemans'

Rangers in 1836

His wife, Caroline, born 1806. Died 1873

` Erected by the State of Texas 1957

Row 5

1) Together on one stone:

Stella Wolfenberger

b. 25 Sept 1880

d. 15 Aug 1925

George Wolfenberger

b. 12 Jul 1873

d. 16 Feb 1957

2) Sam Wolfenberger

b. 16 Jul 1864

d. 23 Nov 1929

Insc: Gone but not forgotten

Footstone: SW

Note: headstone has a lamb on it

3) Mary Lee Wolfenberger

b. 13 Dec 1870

d. 11 Dec 1946

4) Together on one stone:

Pierce Wolfenberger

b. 24 Nov 1868

d. 8 Jul 1946

Footstone: PW

Sally Wolfenberger

b. 20 Aug 1875

d. 5 Nov 1964

Footstone: SW

5) Square flat stone with small hole in the center

6) Square flat stone with small hole in the center

7) M. C. Donnell

b. 19 Sept 1846

d. 27 Jan 1896

Footstone: MCD

Insc: In my Fathers house are many mansions

8) Charles L. Donnell

b. 11 Sept 1852

d. 30 Jan 1872

Footstone: CLD

Insc: We will meet again

9) Susan Donnell

b. 11 Jan 1824

d. 11 Jan 1891

Insc: Gone but not forgotten

10) W. P. Donell

b. 16 May 1822

d. 27 Apr 1865

Footstone: WPD

Insc: Farewell

Far corner of Cemetery

1) Alvis Cleveland

b. 23 Nov 1856

d. Nov 1881

Footstone: 1st initial was worn away, 2nd initial was C.

Note: The stone was broken and the day of death could not be seen.

2) Mary Clevelan

b. 3 Jan 1825

d. 19 Jan 1908

Footstone: MC

Note: There was no 'd' at the end of Cleveland, it appears there was no room for the

scribe to put the 'd'. She was beside Henry Cleveland.

3) Henry Cleveland

b. 13 Nov 1831

d. 14 Nov 1887

Insc: Red Rock Lodge No. 310

Note: There is a Masonic symbol on the Headstone.