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ST. PAUL'S CEMETERY OF NACOGDOCHES COUNTY, TEXAS
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ST. PAUL'S CEMETERY OF NACOGDOCHES COUNTY, TEXAS

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     St. Paul's Cemetery is located in south-east Nacogdoches, south of TX 21 (Main St.) and east of FM 2259, affiliated with St. Paul's C.M.E. Church.

     This transcript was made 27 August 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.

 
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TRANSCRIPTION OF ST. PAUL'S CEMETERY

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Badly overgrown with privet hedge, woodland laural, and pine timber.

Located as west adjoining property to EastWood Housing complex in City of Nacogdoches, Texas. There are many unmarked ground depressions in this burial ground. There is a new survey line across the area of what appears to be the south margin of this cemetery with surveyors tapes attached. The stakes are fresh placements as of 27 August 2004.

Surnames: Reed, Rhodes, Carroll, Coleman

 
Burials:

Granite marker:   Monroe Coleman
                  b. Sept. 05, 1881
                  d. May  27, 1945
                  ďA loving fatherĒ
                  Rusted funeral marker approximately 20í 
                  west of Monroe Colemanís marker


Funeral Marker:  Miss Emma Rhodes Carroll
                 August 18, 1950


Marble Veteranís marker :  Rayfield Hutchison
                           1932
                           Pvt. 165th Depot Brig.
                           Oct. 16th, 1932

Granite stone:   Catherine Reed
                 Sept. 10, 1894
                 June 16, 1949
 
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