Cherokee County, Texas
The Reynolds cemetery is located west of Jacksonville, Texas on the Sid Dudley farm at Ironton. It is on private property and is really overgrown. Go west from Jacksonville on US 79 and turn right on CR 3210 then almost immediately turn right again on CR 3214 and cross a railroad track. Turn left just past the railroad on CR 3212. The Dudley home place is on the right about 100 yards down CR 3212, past the house about 200 yards and on the right side is a gate made of steel pipe and painted orange. Inside the gate there are several old logging road tracks but unless in a pickup, you should walk in. The cemetery is on the left hand track about 100 yards north. On the left of that track look for huge old cedar trees which were probably planted when the cemetery started. The oldest marked grave is 1868.
This survey was done in May 1997 by Ira Gaylon White.
Swinney, Erastus C . . .......Rey A Apr-17 1877 Apr-23 1958 Beside MolliePRIVATE
Swinney, Mollie . . . ........Rey A Aug-02 1872 Jul-04 1926 Beside Erastus C
Henderson, King J . . ........Rey A May-25 1874 Apr-03 1879 "Son of Cal Henderson" at north edge of cemetery
1 grave marked by a fence, shaped cedar corner posts and rails, covered with woven fence wire.
Reynolds, Hiram . . . ........Rey A Jan-02 1829 Sep-07 1868 "Co K 18 Texas Inf CSA" With Nancy Coker
Reynolds, Nancy Coker . . ....Rey A Feb-21 1829 Jul-15 1905 With Hiram
Hiram and Nancy's graves may have originally had a cedar post fence, as there are pieces scattered near them.
1 grave marked by an unreadable TMP in here
Reynolds, Allen . . . ........Rey A Aug-24 1884 Nov-22 1889
1 grave marked by a fence with shaped cedar corner posts and cedar slats
Reynolds, Arnold A . . .......Rey A Nov-08 1850 Feb-14 1902 With Susan J
Reynolds, Susan J . . ........Rey A Jul-12 1847 Oct-13 1933 With Arnold A
Reynolds, Katie . . . ........Rey A Sep-18 1889 May-09 1904 Beside Ella B
Reynolds, Ella B . . .........Rey A Jul-12 1881 Mar-12 1956
1 grave marked by a marble slab lying flat, no ident
1 grave marked by a fence with shaped cedar corner posts, covered with woven fence wire
From Helen Crawfords earlier listing:
No markers but these are said in the family bible to be buried in the Reynolds cemetery.
Reynolds, David Franklin......7-22-1857 d. 1-28-1879
Reynolds, Martha Matilda......6-9-1860 d. 7-18-1860
Reynolds, Hiram Black.........5-15-1864 d. 4-13-1887
Reynolds, James Monroe........5-1-1851 d. 3-17-1894
Reynolds, Isaac Andrew........10-1-1853 d. 12-7-1895
Jacobs, 5 babies of H.M. & Nancy Ann Reynolds Jacobs
Jacobs, 5 babies of Francis & Mary Jane Jacobs
Reynolds, Nannie (no dates) dont know if she married
For more information see Find A Grave.
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