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The original work was transcribed and typed by Grace Gilbert Smith 
and web page transcription was by Donna Brand

 

Hammon or Swank Cemetery


"Location:  Start at the school Gymnasium in Gordon, TX.  Drive north 3 & 2/10 miles, turn right and drive 1 & 4/10 miles to a house on the right.  The cemetery may be seen on a rise of land across a small field on your right.  It has a chain-link fence and is kept mowed.  It has about 32 graves - 20 with markers.  Census taken by Mr. & Mrs. Sam Speer in May of 1976.  The oldest grave with a marker is John Blackwell born in 1862 and died August 1865."

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Individual Birth Date Death Date Additional information
BLACKWELL, John 30 Sep 1862 11 Aug 1865 oldest marked grave
DAVIS, A. E. 16 Mar 1866 20 Feb 1886 dau of J. M. Swank

HAMMON, Willie Jacob

05 Aug 1894 28 May 1960 TX - Bugler US Navy WWI

HAMMON, William A.

03 Jan 1865 29 Apr 1952   

HAMMON, Elizabeth Ann

01 Oct 1869 23 Jul 1949   
HAMMON, Ruel R. 06 Dec 1895 30 Dec 1919 Pvt. Q. M. C.
HAMMON, Mary Katherine 19 Sep 1897 10 Jan 1918   
HAMMON, Jesse Cullen 14 Jun 1904 25 Feb 1906   
LITTLE, Mattie J. 17 Jun 1865 06 May 1885 wife of J. M. Little
MACKEY, Linnie 27 Oct 1881 15 Jul 1883 dau of J. M. & M. C. Mackey
MACKEY, Alexander   21 Nov 1881   age 62 years
MACKEY, W. D. 22 Oct 1858 04 Nov 1925   
MACKEY, Maryann C. 04 Apr 1852 07 Apr 1927   
MACKEY, John M. 22 Jul 1847 20 Jul 1926   
MARGROVE, B. D. 12 Dec 1884 18 May 1885   
RINGO, Elizabeth 22 May 1833 06 Jun 1906 wife of Burtis P. Ringo
RINGO, Burtis P. 28 Feb 1821 23 Mar 1877   
SWANK, Jacob 13 Jun 1837 04 May 1913   
SWANK, Misanniah ? 10 Oct 1834 20 Jan 1914   
TOWARK, S. S.       no other info

 

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