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Blue Ridge Cemetery Association
Please make plans to come to the Annual Blue Ridge Cemetery Association
Meeting and Homecoming on Saturday, April 18, 2009
Business meeting will begin at 10:30 a.m followed with a picnic lunch,
visiting, and cemetery decorating.

Any donations for upkeep would be greatly appreciated and may be sent to:
Blue Ridge Cemetery Association
Jane Brown, Secretary-Treasurer
506 S. Williams
Hamilton, TX 76531


HISTORICAL MARKER CEREMONY

An historical marker will be unveiled and dedicated on Sunday, April 19, at 2 p.m.
at the home built by Col. George R. Freeman on the corner of Main and College
streets--immediately west of St. Mary's Episcopal Church in Hamilton.
The marker will commemorate the builder of the house,
Col. George R. Freeman (1830-1910),
who was a Confederate officer during the Civil War.

The Texas Historical Commission places historical markers
and designations as tools to be used to interpret, promote and protect
historic and cultural resources that are worthy of preservation.

On June 11, 1865, in Austin, Col. Freeman interrupted the robbery
of the Texas State Treasury preventing bankruptcy of Texas.

notice provided by Elreeta Weathers

HAMILTON RESEARCH RESOURSES
AdjutantGeneralReports Gazetteer Original Land Owners Surrounding Counties  
Save Texas Cemeteries The Cemetery Column Hamilton Co. Cemeteries Cemetery Junction County Formation Maps
Hamilton Churches Hamilton Co. Landmarks Historical Markers in the TX Archives Hamilton County Archives  
Microfilm of Hamilton Co. records Hamilton Genforum Message board Old Newspapers Hamilton Herald-News Hamilton County Pictures
Hamilton from the air, looking North Hamilton from the air, looking West Hamilton Addresses Texas Vital Records  
1860 and 1870 Hamilton Census Index Census Help Census 1860-1920 1930 Census Index Union Veterans in 1890
Central Texas before Fort Hood Migrations Texas Dept. of Trans.maps Area Data Map  
WPA Life Stories WPA Project"Born in Slavery" African Genealogy and links Native American Resourses  
Surnames Family Group Sheets Hamilton County Biographies Reunion, Bulletin, Message Board 40th Hamilton Class Reunion  
Nicknames HANDBOOK OF TEXAS Texas State Library Texas Law Texas On Line
Gatesville Messenger and Star Forum Five Hills Genealogical Society Copperas Cove Lone Star Junction  
TEXAS Texas Ranger Hall of Fame Weather Understanding Dates  
Index to Military Rolls of Republic of TX 1835-1845 War and Epidemics Occupations of Our Ancestors Diseases A-J Diseases J-Z
To Go To: Another County To Go To: Another State Legal Terms 1 Copyright info for
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