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Cherokee County, Texas



Carroll Cemetery is an old cemetery, no longer in use and only a few markers remain. Some of these listings had no marker but are known to be buried here. Carroll Cemetery was originally named Bloomfield Cemetery. This cemetery is located at New Emmaus.


Abercrombie, A.C., Sr. 9-10-1826 d. 1-10-1904 (marked) &
**According to the 1870 Cherokee County Federal Census has A.C.'s given name as Alexander
Abercrombie, Elizabeth 7-11-1825 d. 12-9-1876 (marked)
**Also on A.C., Sr. & Elizabeth's monument: A.C. Abercrombie and Elizabeth Clark married 10-4-1849
Abercrombie, Esq. A.C., JP 5-5-1857 d. 12-23-1908 (Age 50 yrs 7 mos 18 dys) (inside an iron fence)
**Esq. A.C. Abercrombie was a Justice of the Peace in Cherokee County in the turn of the 20th century.
Carroll, Robert Archibald 9-18-1882 d. 8-18-1887
Carroll, John Alexander 11-26-1869 d. 9-6-1905
Carroll, Joe 1903-1905
Carroll, Cpl. Robert N. 4-9-1844 d. 10-14-1896 (Co. A, 11 LA Inf - CSA)
**Robert N. Carroll marker erected by his great granddaughter, Peggie Hogan Moseley
Kee, Sarah Jane 9-10-1875 d. 1-12-1896 (marked)
Welliford, Mary Ann 1-12-1860 d. 4-5-1880 (wife of G.M.) (marked)