L. N. Price Family Cemetery


Located off County Road 218
about 2 miles west of Indian Gap,
in Hamiliton County, TX

On January 17, 1999 My husband Weldon Ivy and myself received permission to go to this family cemetery and record and take pictures of the headstones. Since then, I have also gone to the Comanche Public Library(1) to find back ground material and found these graves listed in a book Titled, " Hamilton County, Texas Cemetery Records" by Mrs. Brent Witty. On Page 302 for "The Neely Price Family Cemetery" is a list of of the two Price graves and the two unmarked graves of the Price Infants and one unmarked grave of John Rogers but does not mention the Headstone for Treva Mitchell.

In another book at the Comanche Library, "Hamilton County, Texas Marriage Records, 1876-1891", Copyrighted in 1985 by Frances Ingmire, 929.I52H - has a listing for the Marriage of L. M. Price to M.M Philips on February 20, 1883. I do not know if M. M. Philips is Mary M. Price but have listed it here as a possibly being her maiden name.

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Number Surname Given Name Birth Date Death Date Type Other
1 Price L.N. September 19, 1846 February 18, 1900 Tall Single StoneSurrounded by trees and branches
2 Price Mary M. Abt 1861 June 30, 1893 Medium height Single Stone Age 32
3 Price . - - small Single Stone "Price" engraving of lamb no other writing or marks Matching stone next to this one
4 Price . - - small Single Stone "Price" engraving of lamb no other writing or marks matching stone next to this one
5 Mitchell Treva August 6, 1917 August 6, 1917 Single flat Stone -
6 Unmarked Grave
Rogers
John No dates No dates Confederate Veteran Source: Hamilton County, Texas Cemetery Records by Mrs.Brent Witty-
We did not see any sign, sunken area, etc for this grave.

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Pictures of L. N. Headstone,
these are not very clear
September 19, 1846
February 18, 1900



   
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Mary M. Price
Died June 30, 1893
Age 32 years



It is possible that her maiden name could be "Philips" Please Contact Sharon Ivy  If you know her maiden name or any other information


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These headstones are side by side and next to Mary M. Price, The top has a lamb engraving with the Name "Price"
  
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Treva
Mitchell
August 6, 1917
August 6, 1917

  

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Confederate Soldier

In a book Titled, " Hamilton County, Texas Cemetery Records" by Mrs. Brent Witty. On Page 302 for "The Neely Price Family Cemetery" it is stated that John Rogers Confederate Veteran is buried in this family cemetery in an unmarked grave. If any one has information on John Rogers and how he came to be buried in this family cemetery, What unit he served with, is other members of his family buried near him? Just any informaiton in general, please write Sharon Ivy  

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Comanche Public Library is located at
311 North Austin,
P.O. Box 777, Comanche, Texas 76442
(915) 356-2122

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