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Peter James deed states that his land is on part of the Galloway League and on the Little Brazos River, which is at the bottom of the hill from the cemetery.
It is most likely that the Galloway Cemetery is on the Galloway League as well.
Take Hwy. 6 south
from Hearne towards Bryan/College Station. Just before the Camp
turn right onto a short sandy road that runs into the Old Hearne Road
known as the Old Bryan Road). Turn left on the Old Hearne Road, then
Watts Road. Go .5 mile to Lee Chapell Road, turn left, go .7 mile to
boxes on the left, turn right on next sandy road. About ten
buried here. This cemetery includes both African American and
Take Hwy. 6 south from Hearne towards Bryan/College Station. Just before the Camp Arrowmoon sign, turn right onto a short sandy road that runs into the Old Hearne Road (also known as the Old Bryan Road). Turn left on the Old Hearne Road, then right onto Watts Road. Go .5 mile to Lee Chapell Road, turn left, go .7 mile to nine mail boxes on the left, turn right on next sandy road. About ten families are buried here. This cemetery includes both African American and Caucasian burials.
DID YOU KNOW?
... If you have ancestors buried on private property or government land that the law (at least in Texas) says that you have the right to visit their graves at least twice a year (First Sunday in April & First Sunday in October) from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Read more about Cemetery Visitation Days
The Texas Historical Commission
General information about Texas cemeteries, including how to record and preserve them.
You can also apply for the Historic Texas Cemetery designation at the website.
ANDERSON, GEORGIA, 7.28.1902 - 10.26.1999
BENFORD, MRS. A. A., 8.1925 - 12.1953
CASHAW, AUSTIN, 2.5.1873 - 4.17.1959
CASHAW, CORNELIOUS, 3.10.1910 - 4.19.1969
CASHAW, JESSIE, ? - 1937
CASHAW, JOE, 1814 - 10.30.1912
CASHAW, JOE LEWIS, 1.10.33 - 9.12.99, US Army Korea
CASHAW, MARY, 7.1.1879 - 12.5.1911
CASHAW, MELVIN, 8.17.1927 - 6.18.1975
CASHAW, NELSIE A., 5.5.1893 - 12.5.1964
CASHAW, WILLIAM AUSTIN, 11.30.1925, aged 19yrs. 0mo. 15days
CAVITT, IRENE, 2.12.1904 - 11.11.1956
CAVITT, WILLIAM JR., 3.7.1944, PFC Vet Hosp, 21
CHEEK, BEN L., 9.7.1876 - 5.6.1966
CHEEK, ISAAC, 11.11.1889 - 10.12.1970
DIXON, ELVINA, 3.1883 - 1.9.1925
DUNN, ANNIE, 9.1.1876 - 8.25.1962
DUNN, RUFUS, 3.5.1877 - 10.4.1975
EATON, ARLETHA, 9.1.1900 - 6.16.1948
EATON, ELIZA, 1884 - 3.25.19_3
EATON, IVORY, 5.5.1905 - 2.17.1988
ELLIS, CORINE, 4.18.1916 - 6.10.1962
FULLER, CHARLES, 2.20.1903 - 7.25.1990
FULLER, EARSEY, 10.11.1929 - 3.6.1990, US Army
FULLER, EDDIE, 9.27.1910 - 12.26.1987, PVT US Army, WWII
FULLER, ETHEL LEE, 11.5.1924 - 3.22.1995
FULLER, LEROY, 5.21.1912 - 3.9.1990, PFC US Army, WWII
FULLER, REUBEN, 1913 - 1963
JAMES, PETER, 7.7.1807 Chesterfield District, South Carolina - 8.5.1898, w Rebeca G.
JAMES, REBECA G. Briggs, 1821 - 10.9.1876, h Peter James
JOHNSON, JAMES TERRD, 8.24.1947 - 2.16.1969, SP5 US Army
JOHNSON, LOUANNA F., 5.9.1885 - 1.18.1939
JOHNSON, OLLIE, 11.6.1896 - 3.23.1973, PFC US Army
LAWRENCE, LULA, 8.7.1916 - 3.1.2002
MASSEY, DOLLIE, 1.23.1924 - 5.29.1992
MAYERS, ISAAC, 1812 - 4.8.1893
MCDANIEL, ALBERT, 7.28.1886 - 6.26.1920
MCDANIEL, DANIEL, 1864 - 1923
MCDANIEL, J. C., 7.16.1928 - 7.22.1979
MCDANIEL, KITTY, 4.14.1889 - 12.31.1910
MCDANIEL, WALTER, 7.11.1914 - 4.16.1948
ROBISON, JOHN, 5.2.1894 - 6.1.1953
SHEETS, E. P., 3.26.1895 - 9.27.1900
SHEETS, KATY, 3.15.1867 - 12.5.1916
SHEETS, LAURA, 4.25.1897 - 10.3.1908
SHEETS, WILLIAM, 4.15.1866 - 10.7.1923 (son Ernest click here)
WAUGH, COLONEL ALEXANDER, 1815
- 1875, Company F,
4th Mo. Infantry, CSA (grave marker has disappeared). Colonel Waugh
the Confederate Army. He brought his family to Texas in 1863. Some
concerning Colonel Waugh are located at Tulane University. In the War
Rebellion series, there are several reports, including communications
Colonel Waugh in the early part of the Civil War. Colonel Waugh was one
first school teachers in Benchley.
Bill Boyd email@example.com notes Col. Alexander Waugh's grave marker has been uncovered. It wasn't lost, just over grown.
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