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County Co-Coordinator is Jean Huot Smoorenburg
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Located in the Bald Prairie community, at the intersection of Hwy. 979 and Hwy. 2096.
An historic marker reads: "A leading citizen, Elijah Rains (1813 - 1889), who came to Texas from Tennessee in 1848 gave this burial ground to the public. Duck Creek people soon joined the Prairie people in its use. The earliest known burial was Walter Pirtle, date uncertain. The grave of Samuel E. Lightsey (1827 - 1872) has the oldest marker. Veterans of the Civil War and later conflicts are buried here. The Cemetery Association was formed in 1928. In 1957, Gilbert Sterling Ross added a donation of one acre to the original five-acre plot. Annual Memorial Day services honor some 700 marked graves." (#10900/1976)
ADAMS, QUITMAN COLE, 11.30.1899 – 7.31.1973, w Virgie Leo Burch
ADAMS, SANDRA KAY CUPPS, 4.28.1942 – 8.22.1977
ADAMS, VIRGIE LEO BURCH, 1.29.1907 – 4.20.1968, h Quitman Cole Adams
ADAMS, WILBUR D., 11.1.1903 - living, w Wilma A.
ADAMS, WILMA A., 5.15.1903 - 9.13.1986, h Wilbur D. Adams (m 9.24.1924)
ALFORD, LULA M., 3.13.1881 – 2.26.1918, h B. F. Alford
ARNOLD, CARRIE, 10.17.1860 – 4.14.1895, mother of W. & E. Arnold
ARNOLD, E., 4.15.1858 – 9.6.1900
ARNOLD, LUCY NELL, 8.3.1936 – 8.4.1936
ARNOLD, RUTH, 4.6.1893 – 4.23.1893, d C. & E. Arnold
ARNOLD, infant, 6.23.1929 – 6.23.1929, d C. & J. Arnold
AUTREY, ARTIS L. DAVIS, 6.12.1929 - 9.10.2001, d W. T. & Mabel Davis, one of ten children, h W. T. "Tommy" Autrey (m 11.6.1952), c Brad (w Beverly), Peggy (Mrs. Glenn) Stallones, Carl, grandchildren Jason, Brandon, & Miranda Autrey, Brian & Dustin Stallones
AUTREY, CHARLES D., 4.18.1892 - 10.5.1982, w Ruthie E.