Located: Just west of the Hays County Line (inside Blanco County) on Hwy 290, 16 miles east of Johnson
City. The Cemetery is 200 yards before the Perdernales Park turnoff. The Cemetery is to the left of 290,
through a gate on a gravel road and .4 of a mile. It has a wire fence around it and about 55 graves in 1984.
||Oct 25 1825
||Jun 06 1885
||Picture and information sent by: Nancy Stokes|
||Mar ?? ????
||date not visible
||Picture and information sent by: Nancy Stokes
|Davis, Fairnetta||Jun 26 1870||Aug
||See Note 3
|Davis, Lola W.||Aug 09 1900||Apr 05 1913||"Dau of Wayne & Fairnetta"|
||Jan 18 1870||Aug 04 1934||on
stone with Fairnetta - gave 1 acre of land for cemetery
|Eskew, Mary Barbara||Jan 05 1894||Dec 10 1897||"Dau. of D. & M.A."|
|Gravenor, W. J.||Sep 14 1830||Aug 22 1907|
|Griffin, Charles B||Nov 12 1854||Jul 14 1938||on
stone with Marietta - Parents: Stanley and Polly Griffin
Married Maritta Dorton. Children: Clifford, Lonnie, Lee, Roy, Olla, Lillie, Ellen, Belle, Bessie, Verna, Amy.
|Griffin, Marietta||Feb 20 1868||Jul 16 1924||on stone with Charles
- Born in Avon, Canada
|Griffin, Unmarked Grave||stillborn child, lastborn, of Charles & Marietta Griffin|
|Griffin, Unmarked Grave||1934||1934||stillborn son of Cecil & his wife.|
|Herring, America L.
||Jun 26 1852||Dec 10 1922||"Mother," on stone with Sam - nee
LeGrand married Samuel Herring
|Herring, Grover||Mar 13 1883||Jun 26 1912||Parents: Samuel
& America LeGrand Herring.
|Herring, Samuel||Mar 14 1849||Dec 07 1934||"Father," on stone with
America see Note 2
|Koerner, Alvin||Oct 18 1876||Jan 06 1919||"W.O.W. Devoted Husband,
Loving Father" married Alice Trammell
|Koerner, Ralph||Feb 18 1906||Aug 12 1906||"Our Darling Baby"|
|Lawrence, H. O.||Nov 31 1844||Sep 16 1911||(possibly son of Matterson Lawrence)|
|Lawrence, Matterson||Jan 01 1819||Sep 16 1882
||Stone broken in pieces|
|Luersen, Egon||Jul 31 1880||Jul 18 1887||"Hier Ruht in Frieden, Ruhe Sahst"|
|Luersen, Robert Lee||Oct 17 1911||Nov 24 1911||"Baby, Gone to be an
angel" son of Ernest & Martha Wegner Luersen
||Location of burial
in cemetery unknown.
|Malone, Diddie Kinser||Mar 30 1887||Jan 25 1918||"Wife of JE Malone". 2 stones|
|Malone, infant||Jan 20 1918||"infant daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J.E. "2 stones. Other says she died 1/22/1918 - mother died 5 days
|Malone, John E.||Jan 10 1877||Aug 10 1964||"Papa" marrieed
|McCarty, John W.||Aug 00 1821||May 16 1892|
|McCarty, Louisa J.||Dec 16 1852||Aug 08 1891||death day date illegible.
Wife of W. A. McCarty - mother of Claude McCarty
|McCarty, Mary V.
|Reed, Curtis||Apr 09 1876||Mar 25 1946||son of Martin
& Mary Jane Reed - never married
|Reed, Edgar Lisle||Feb 08 1884||Dec 11 1884||"son of C.C. & J.E. Reed"|
|Reed, Martin Luther||Dec 18 1832||May 14 1916||See Note 1
|Reed, Mary Jane||Oct 04 1843||Jan 04 1911||"wife of M.L." nee McCarty.
|Reed, Rosey Lee||Feb 12 1883||Dec 01 1884||"Dau. of ML & MJ Reed"|
|Shipp, Della||1858||1949||nee Smith
- married James W. Shipp
|Shipp, James W.||1847||1919||son of
Thomas Hickman Shipp and Isabella Shipp
|Trammell, Eli||Aug 27 1888||Jan 17 1964||"Daddy"|
|Trammell, Lela K.||Aug 02 1852||Jun 06 1967||"Mother"|
|Trammell, Mrs. T. J.
||Dec 02 1852||Apr 19 1943||on stone with T.J.|
|Trammell, T. J.||Aug 23 1847||Mar 11 1916||on stone with Mrs. T.J.|
Note 1: Confederalte flag by stone, Stone is in very bad condition. Ran Henly store and post office for Caudell family. Married Mary Jane McCarty. Children were: Curtis, Tom, Rosey Lee, Albert, Josie. Martin was the first Commander of Camp McCollough.
Note 2: Married America Legrand, Children: Mollie Herwig, Annie (Julia Anne Herring) Herwig, John, Grover, Rhoda Herring Massey, Jessie Herring Collier.
Note 3: on stone with Wayne. Funeral home marker beside stone says Mrs. Nancy F. Davis. Nancy Fairnetta Davis (nee Trammell) was sister of Eli Trammell. Children: Lonnie, Allen, Arnold plus 2 girls.
From Henly Cemetery & Miller Creek Cemetery in Blanco County, TX by the Hays County Historical Commission Project, copied and compiled by Jo Ann Elam Hearn, Dorothy Wimberly Kerbow, Carolyn Harmon Parman, 1994.
The mother of Charles Griffin, b. 1854- d. 1938 was Mary Clements b. abt 1812/14 d. 1900.
Unmarked graves are the last children born to Cecil Griffin and his wife 1934.
Jim Neal, dates not known, but was born sometime late 19th century.
Malone family stones are mounted in concrete slab 12 x 12.
Infant, no headstone, beside Della and James Shipp.