Lanes Chapel Cemetery
Red River County, Texas
Reading the info about the cemetery and noticed that the name may have changed. It has not changed. There is still a covered meeting place, a church, and a community center across the road. There is still a sign above the cemetery gate that tells the name. There is also a Lane's Chapel Cemetery Society that takes care of the maintenance and fund-raising activities for the maintenance. There is an annual fund-raiser each October called the Harvest Festival." Kathie Wells
Notes from Harold Cheek My grandmother, Ellen Magdaline Bruce Cheek was born in Cove, Polk County, Arkansas March 20, 1879. Her parents were Aljenon M. Bruce and Susannah E. Dendy Bruce.
She married Curby Anderson Cheek July 9, 1896 in Polk County, Arkansas. There were two children in this union, Letha Myrtle Leola Cheek born June 26, 1899 in Polk County, Arkansas and Arthur Bruce Cheek born August 4, 1902 in Polk County, Arkansas.
Ellen Magdaline Bruce Cheek is listed in Lamar County Death Record in book 1 page 51 #508. It shows she died of congestion by A. H. Williams, Minter. She died at age 25 years 1 month and 29 days in Halesboro, Texas.
Photograph by Missy Mettlen