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|There is no sign stating the name of this
cemetery but it was shown to be
Janes Cemetery in an earlier listing.
To locate this small cemetery, turn west from FM 989 onto Myrtle Springs
Road (North of Nash Texas). Take a right into Quail Hollow Subdivision.
Follow road to left, which is Quail Hollow Drive. Turn right onto White
Oak Lane, continuing to Red Oak Lane. The cemetery is on the corner of Red
Oak and White Oak. It is encompassed on three sides by a wooden privacy fence.
There are only three stones left in this location.
The cemetery was recorded on June 29, 2003 by Doris Lindblad, with photos
being taken by Sheila Kegley.
ROCHELLE, Elizabeth J. 8-12-1833
Full size picture
of Elizabeth Rochelle stone
M. H. 2-21-1865 1-13-1887
aged 21 yrs, 10 mos, 13 days
Charles M. 5-7-1829 1-27-1884
aged 54 yrs 8 mos, 21 days Masonic Emblem
Close up on Charles
M. Rochelle Stone
Other burials given in previous listing, recorded
by Noah Moody are as follows;
JANES, Massock Hamilton
JANES, Massock Hamilton III
JANES, Massock Hamilton, Jr.
(Information from Family Bible
Record published by the Texarkana Genealogical Society in Summer,
1992, Massock Janes died 7/23/1872.)
JANES, Nancy Stephenson
dau of Rev. Henry Stephenson, wife of M.H. Sr.
ROCHELLE, Park C. 1858
1903 son of C.M. & E.J. Rochelle