STARKEY CEMETERY
Kerrville, Texas

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Starkey Cemetery Entrance

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View of the Cemetery Grounds
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Directions:   In Kerrville, go west on Junction Hwy (SH 27) just past Harper Rd. 
 The cemetery is located on the right between a tire store and the entrance to Wal Mart.    

A new survey was done in February 2004 by James R. and Shirley D. Webb.   
 
This survey includes photos and complete tombstone inscriptions.  

Photos by James R. Webb 2004

            
     
(D/S means “Double Stone”)      

Name Born Died Inscription or Notes

Gibbens, Henry Evander

1834

1868

“CSA  Co I   5 Tex Cav Mtd Vols”

Gibbens, James A.

13 Mar 1877

18 Mar 1877

“Asleep in Jesus” (son of Wm.A.)

Gibbens, William A.

7 Jun 1856

29 Jun 1879

“At rest”

Lowrance, D. B.

1 Apr 1829

21 Aug 1875

D/S w/ L.A.Lowrance; “Father”

Lowrance, Daniel B. (military)

1 Apr 1829

21 Aug 1875

“Texas  Pvt   Minute Men TST
Confederate States Army”

Lowrance, Finetti J.

14 Oct 1849

25 Oct 1879

“My sons - Henry, George, Jack,
Albert, Jake”

Lowrance, L. A.

28 Jan 1836

19 Jan 1930

D/S w/ D. B.;  “His Wife”; “Mother”

Rees, Henrietta

4 Feb 1800

20 Apr 1882

“Sacred to the Memory of ”
“As a mark of the affectionate regards of her children”

Starkey, J. M.

6 Feb 1820

30 Apr 1891

“Sacred to the memory of ”

Starkey, Jones

8 Sep 1862

9 Sep 1863

“Son of Martha Ann and
Jas. M. Starkey”

Starkey, M. A.

16 Feb 1834

27 Apr 1905

“Sacred to the memory of ”

Copyright Feb 2004
James R. and Shirley D. Webb

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