Johnson Family Cemetery
Honeycutt and Pat Althaus
County Historical Commission, 101 Pitchfork, Johnson City, TX
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Aug 24 1845 Oct 20 1885
Masonic emblem. Thrice hallowed the spot where our loved ones lie
by Angels, their loving watch keeping; Hark: hear the glad message to
mourners still given;
He's not here, but there's joy with the Angels in Heaven.
Mother; Wife of J. P. Johnson. This momument is broken but the
part that remains has
this inscription: -------18, 1848 - Jan 29 1896.
Rest, Mother, rest in quiet sleep; While
friends in sorrow o'er the weep.
Son of J. P. and J. A. Johnson. Pillowed on a Savior's
breast; Sweetly sleep and softly rest;
Son on the morning shall restore: The buried babe we now deplore.
Mar 22 1877
God is love.
Apr 07 1877
In Him we live and move and have our being.
July 01 1894
Son of J. T. and M. A. Johnson; God is life and is all in all.
Mar 23 1891
Son of W. H. and N. B. Sleep on dear boy and thake they rest; Thy
Father called thee; He
thought it best.
Feb 07 1902
Wife of E. G. Brown. She was a kind and affectionate wife;
A fond Mother and a friend to all.
Dec 03 1892
Darling we miss thee.
Sep 17 1882
In memory of . Daughter of R. J. and Melissa Johnson. Age 9
years 7 months ad 23 days.
Life's fitfull dream is o[er; Thou art at rest; Asleep in Jesus, yes,
for there's no doubt; They head was
pillowed on His loving Breast; And Angels waited for they parting
Mar 02 1881
Aged 56 yeears 2 months and 7 days. This marker is not by any
grave but was inside the chain link
Apr 06 1882
God in his wisdom has recalled; the boon his love had given; and
though this body slumbers her: The soul
is safe in Heaven. (There are rocks around this grave)
Oct 14 1886
In fence and grave is cemented
These two stones are not by any graves and could be markers for some of
the unidentified graves.
There is only one date and we presume they are the date of death.
This is a stone with the name only. It is in the ground and there
is also a rock for the foot stone
Next to this grave is apparently another grave because there are stones
set in the ground for both
a head stone and a foot stone, but there is no name.
There is also a wire enclosure which could contain graves but there are
There are at least two other rock enclosures with no markers - these
could be graves
There are several other indications of graves.
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