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Young County, Texas
Where the Frontier Really Happened

1884 Courthouse
Third Courthouse in Young County, Second in Graham

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contrary to legends in the County.

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Courthouse Records
Who to contact
and Post Offices

by Jim Wheat
Young County Native

Cemetery Indexes
A.J. Irvin grave
Private Property
Ashley Marlin grave
Private Property
Britt Johnson Burial
Private Property

Center Ridge Cemetery
Center Ridge Community
Clark Grave
The Sheepherder
Deets-Hardy-Russell Cemetery
Private Property
Dock Ross Grave
Private Property
Donnell Cemetery
Private Property
Eliasville Cemetery
Eliasville Community
Elm Creek Raid Graves
Private Property
Farmer Cemetery
Farmer Community
Farmer Family Cemetery
near Bunger Community
Private Property
Fort Murrah Graves
Private Property
Gilmore Family Cemetery
Private Property
Gooseneck Cemetery
Gooseneck Community
H. Anderson Farm graves
Private Property
Huber - Streun Cemetery
Private Property
Huffstuttle Cemetery
Private Property
Jean Cemetery
Jean Community
Kelly Children graves
Private Property
George S. King Grave
Private Property
Lard Survey Grave
Private Property
Loving Cemetery
Loving Community
Markley Cemetery
Markley Community
McNabb - Wooley Cemetery
Private Property
Medlan's Chapel Cemetery
Medlan's Chapel
Medlan Family Cemetery
Private Property
Ming Bend Cemetery
Private Property
Morehand Grave
Private Property
Mountain Home Cemetery
Private Property
Murray / Tyra Cemetery
Murray Community
Newcastle Cemetery
Newcastle, Texas
Oak Grove Cemetery
Graham, Texas
Old Farmer Cemetery
Private Property
Padgett Cemetery
Padgett Community
Peverler Family Cemetery
Private Property
Pioneer Cemetery
Graham, Texas
Pioneer Cemetery
Olney, Texas
Proffitt Cemetery
Proffitt Community
Red Top Cemetery
Red Top Community
Reeves Family Cemetery
Private Property
Restland Cemetery
Olney, Texas
Reynolds Cemetery
west of Newcastle, Texas
Russell Cemetery
Private Property
Saint Luke Cemetery
North of Olney, Texas
Shinola Cemetery
Private Property
South Bend Cemetery
South Bend Community
Tonk Valley Cemetery
Rosser Ranch Road
True Cemetery
True Community
Williamson Family

Private Property
Woolfolk Cemetery
Private Property


County Research
Birth Records
Birth Records
Birth Records
Birth Records
Young County Courthouse
Who to contact
to order records
Letters of Rev. Thomas McHutchin Cunningham
22 March 1887 - 3 March 1979
Letters to family members from 14 April 1918 - 28 November 1927
Cunningham was a Presbyterian minister in Stamford, Spur, Eliasville, Sherman, Gainesville, Orange, Texas; Boston, MA; Richmond, VA; and Knoxville, TN. Thomas was great-grandson of Hugh WIlson, the first Presbterian Minister of the Republic of Texas



Area Links
Eliasville, Texas
established 1876
Graham Leader
established August 1876
Graham, Texas
established 1872
Jean, Texas
established 1903
Morrison Funeral Home
Graham, Texas
established August 1888
records begin 1917
Lunn Funeral Home
Olney, Texas
records begin 1930s
Murray, Texas
established 1880
Newcastle, Texas
established 1908
Loving, Texas
established 1909
Olney Enterprise
established 1908
Olney, Texas
established 1909
Wildcatter Ranch
located on the eastern boundary of the Brazos River Indian Reservation
on the land given to Delaware Chief John Connor

Our Neighbors
Archer City
Palo Pinto
Palo Pinto

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