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NACOGDOCHES COUNTY, TEXAS
MAHL CEMETERY



This transcript was made September 2004 by Mr. Charles Brightwell. Every effort has been made to make an accurate transcription. If you have additional information or photos of any of these persons or if you believe there is an error in the transcript please email TXGenWeb Nacogdoches County Coordinator with the information but please DO NOT send images or attachments without an exchange of email first. Unexpected email with attachments will not be opened due to the threat of viruses and worms.

The Mahl Cemetery is VERY small, land-locked, and cannot be seen from the road. It is surrounded by the old style cast iron fence. The old sawmill is now a pallet mill with one large building visible from the road.

Mahl Map

Image courtesy of USGS with overlay directions added by Billy Jack Worsham of Nacogdoches County.
 
 
 

Cemetery appears well kept.





Double Marble Slab( Masonic) with limestone base





Wm. E. Wilburn               Penny Wilburn

Born  Jan 17, 1820           Born:  Nov 21 1823

Died: Sept 18, 1898          Died:  Mar 07 , 1865

“He said whose power         “Oppressed by believeing,

uphold the sky,              Cherished by faith”

Believing ye shall

Never die”



                             James, son of

                             W.E. and Peny Wilburn

                             Born: Jan. 04, 1865

                             Died: Aug. 14, 1882





Infant son of Mr. & Mrs

  Elihu  & Elizabeth

     Nooner

“Gone to a better land”





     NOONER                  J.D. (Jack) Wilburn

Elihu      Elizabeth         Jan. 20, 1850

1852       1856              June 13, 1905

1892       1933

Two possible unmarked graves inside the fence on east end



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