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Sabine County, Texas

Indexed 10 June 2001 by Mackie & Kay Parker McCary and Billy Neal Fussell
For questions contact Kay Parker McCary


Ingram Cemetery, Sabine County, Texas From the courthouse in Hemphill, Texas take FM 83 East 1 block to State Hwy 87.  Go North or Left on Hwy 87 for 7 miles to Milam.  Continue North on Hwy 87 for 11.3 miles to FM 330.  Turn West or Left at FM 330 and go 1.4 miles, past the Sexton School and Methodist Church.  The wire fenced cemetery is on the Right on top of a hill in a sharp curve to the Right.  Additional information added in parenthesis.

  Name Born Died Inscription Comments
1 BALLARD, Texas 20 Mar 1839 1 Jul 1905 "Wife of G. T. R. Ballard - She died as she lived, a Christian" tpl/w Ida Bolton, her daughter, & David L. Kaigler
2 BOLTON, Ida 30 Nov 1861 18 Jan 1895 "Wife of W. M. Bolton - Rest Darling Sister" tpl/w Texas Ballard, her mother, & David L. Kaigler
3 INGRAM, Ann 11 Dec 1808 10 Feb 1864 "Weep not: she is not dead, but sleepth" dbl/w William Ingram
4 INGRAM, Matthew G. 27 Dec 1869 12 Jun 1871 "Of such is the kingdom of Heaven"  
5 INGRAM, Sidney B. 13 OCt 1881 10 Apr 1882 "Suffer little children to come unto Me"  
6 INGRAM, William 27 ?Jan 1809 7 Jan 1868 "Mark the perfect man, and behold the upright, for the end of that man is peace" dbl/w Ann Ingram
7 KAIGLER, David L. 3 Dec 1822 14 Dec 1864 "Sheltered and safe from sorrow" tpl/w Texas Ballard & Ida Bolton
8 WATTS, Emeline Crenshaw 17 Apr 1844 10 Jan 1919 "She hath done what she could" (Cousin of the Ingram family)

Sabine County Cemeteries