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Located approximately one-half mile west of present day Dixie.  It was first called "Dixie Cemetery".   Large rocks were hauled away which had been cut and fitted for a small grave believed to have been the burial location of MALLIE BROWN, son of John Fulton Brown and Martha Virginia Parker Brown.  The family lived in the Nance Prairie about 1877.

MAP

NAMEBIRTHDEATHOTHER
INFANT BURIALS
NAIL  R ANAME ON A RED STONE ROCK
PERRY  SUSAN A19 FEB 183821 DEC 1881w/o JAMES PERRY
THOMPSON  INFANT10 APR 188410 APR 1884s/o T J & L A THOMPSON
THOMPSON  HARVEY M7 MAY 18115 DEC 1879
THOMPSON  M B A15 APR 181022 DEC 1876w/o H M THOMPSON
UNKNOWN MARKERS





History


Grayson County Texas Cemetery Inscriptions and Related Family Data Vol.III, by Mrs. T. E. Henry & Mrs. Sears Anderson, 1984
Census & Photographs

Cemetery Index
Elaine Nall Bay
2014

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