Endangered Texas Cemetery Reports

Endangered Texas Cemetery Reports (32)

Thursday, 19 April 2018 17:48

Conroe Community Cemetery, Montgomery County, Texas

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Cemetery: Conroe Community Cemetery

Other: No-Name Cemetery

Sign: No

Street: 439 N 10th Street

City: Conroe

Township:

County: Montgomery

State: Texas

Nation: USA

Zip: 77301

lat_ns: N

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long_ew: W

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Status: Abandoned

Size: Medium

Directions: On 10th Street between Oakwood Cemetery and Conroe Normal College

Type: Road-public

Location: Surburban

Terrain: Level

Watersource: No

Features:

Property: Public

Access: Open

Enclosure: None

Gate: None

Established: 1895

Gravestones: 35+

Oldest: 1898

Newest: 1966

Removed: Unknown

Relocated: No

Repairs: No

Methods:

Restoration: Yes

Association: No

Records: No

Inventory: No

Availability:

Landscaping: No

Paths: No

Trees: Yes4

Crypts: No

Fencing: No

Brickwork: No

Ironwork: No

Sculpture: No

Fountains: No

Roads: No

Buildings: No

Cement: Yes

Granite: Yes

Marble: Unsure

Native: Unsure

Slate: No

Others: Unsure

Wood: No

Materials: Yes

Architectural: No

Angels: No

Draperies: No

Fraternal: Yes

Hands: No

Lambs: No

Monograms: No

Plants: No

Photos: No

Religious: No

Scrollwork: No

Urns: No

Carvings: No

Condition: Cemetery in danger of destruction

Unmarked: Yes

Broken: Yes

Toppled: Yes

Disintegrating: Yes

Buried: Yes

Weather: Yes

Pollution: Unknown

Vandalized: Yes

Report: No

VA1: Gravestones-Overturned

VA2: Gravestones-Broken

VA3:

VA4:

VA5:

Overgrowth:

Overgrowth1:

Overgrowth2: Graves-Disturbing

Overgrowth3: Gravestones-Disturbing

Overgrowth4: Gravestones-Damaging

GroundCover: Yes

Moss: Yes

Vines: Yes

Drainage: Problem-Seasonal

Problem1:

Problem2:

Owner: Unknown

Use:

Bordering: Woods

Change: Unknown

Reason:

Visited: Rarely

Archeology: No

Habitat: Yes

Surnames: Armstrong

Campbell

Carter

COzier

Davis

Denman

Dibbles

Dorsey

Drake

Evans

Foster

Gemight

Gilder

Green

Griffin

Harncy

Johnson

Jones

Pitts

Pruitt

Roberson

Scott

Somerville

Turner

Williams

Woodworth

Other_Information: This cemetery is heavily overgrown with a lot of headstone destruction and unmarked graves. It has been used as a trash dump and has been vandalized.

Contacted: Montgomery County Historical Commission

Support: I am starting a restoration and preservation project for this cemetery.Facebook page for it is https://www.facebook.com/pages/Conroe-Community-Cemetery-Restoration-Project/590442327749576

Contact is:

Jon Edens

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Wednesday, 18 April 2018 19:32

Port Sullivan Cemetery, Robertson County, Texas

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Cemetery: Port Sullivan Cemetery

Other:

Sign: No

Street:

City: Calvert Tx. Approx. 10 miles

Township:

County: Robertson

State: Texas

Nation:

Zip:

lat_ns: N

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long_ew: W

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Status: Inactive

Size: Medium

Directions:

Type: Road-public

Location: Rural

Terrain: Level

Watersource: No

Features:

Property: Public

Access: Open

Enclosure: Fence-Broken

Gate: Non-locking

Established: 1800\'s

Gravestones: Several hundred

Oldest: 1793

Newest: 2011

Removed: No

Relocated: No

Repairs: No

Methods:

Restoration: No

Association: No

Records: Unsure

Inventory: Unsure

Availability:

Landscaping: Yes

Paths: No

Trees: Yes4

Crypts: No

Fencing: Yes

Brickwork: Yes

Ironwork: Yes

Sculpture: Yes

Fountains: No

Roads: Yes

Buildings: No

Cement: Yes

Granite: Yes

Marble: Yes

Native:

Slate:

Others:

Wood:

Materials:

Architectural: Yes

Angels: Yes

Draperies: Yes

Fraternal: Yes

Hands: Yes

Lambs:

Monograms: Unsure

Plants: Unsure

Photos: Yes

Religious: Yes

Scrollwork: Unsure

Urns: Unsure

Carvings: Unsure

Condition: Cemetery neglected

Unmarked: Yes

Broken: Yes

Toppled: Yes

Disintegrating: Yes

Buried: Yes

Weather: Yes

Pollution: Unknown

Vandalized: No

Report:

VA1:

VA2:

VA3:

VA4:

VA5:

Overgrowth:

Overgrowth1:

Overgrowth2: Graves-Disturbing

Overgrowth3: Gravestones-Disturbing

Overgrowth4: Gravestones-Damaging

GroundCover: Yes

Moss:

Vines: Yes

Drainage: Problem-Seasonal

Problem1:

Problem2: Apathy

Owner: Cemetery

Use:

Bordering: Agricultural

Change: Unknown

Reason: Agriculture

Visited: Rarely

Archeology: No

Habitat: Unknown

Surnames: Anderson

Smith

Other_Information: One third of the cemetery is devided by a fence. That smaller third is for black only. The larger portion is white. What would it take to restore this cemetery and remove the deviding fence?

Contacted:

Support: Masonic lodge

Name: John Roberts

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Cemetery: Wharton City Mexican Cemetary, Wharton City

Other:

Sign: Yes

Street:

City: Wharton

Township:

County: Wharton County

State: Texas

Nation: United States

Zip:

lat_ns: N

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long_ew: W

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Status: Abandoned

Size: Medium

Directions:

Type: Road-public

Location: Rural

Terrain: Level

Watersource: Yes

Features:

Property: Public

Access: Open

Enclosure:

Gate: None

Established: 1900

Gravestones:

Oldest:

Newest: 1973

Removed: Unknown

Relocated: No

Repairs: No

Methods: Pins

Restoration: No

Association: No

Records: No

Inventory: Yes

Availability:

Landscaping: Yes

Paths: No

Trees: Yes4

Crypts: Unsure

Fencing: Unsure

Brickwork: Unsure

Ironwork: Unsure

Sculpture: Unsure

Fountains: Unsure

Roads: Yes

Buildings: Unsure

Cement: No

Granite: Unsure

Marble: Unsure

Native: Unsure

Slate: Unsure

Others:

Wood: Yes

Materials: Yes

Architectural: No

Angels: No

Draperies: No

Fraternal: No

Hands: No

Lambs: No

Monograms: No

Plants: No

Photos: No

Religious: No

Scrollwork: No

Urns: No

Carvings: No

Condition: Cemetery in danger of destruction

Unmarked: Yes

Broken: Yes

Toppled: Yes

Disintegrating: Yes

Buried: Yes

Weather: Yes

Pollution: No

Vandalized: Yes

Report:

VA1:

VA2:

VA3:

VA4:

VA5:

Overgrowth:

Overgrowth1:

Overgrowth2:

Overgrowth3:

Overgrowth4: Gravestones-Damaging

GroundCover: Yes

Moss:

Vines:

Drainage: Problem-Constant

Problem1: Encroachment

Problem2:

Owner: Cemetery

Use:

Bordering: Woods

Change: Unknown

Reason: Agriculture

Visited: Rarely

Archeology: No

Habitat: Yes

Surnames: Antonio Caballero 1887-1957

No headstone to be found was told church fire destroyed all plot records. Need to find my Grandfather,  so his son and I can replace headstone. Thank you so much.

Other_Information:

Contacted:

Support: Tanya S . Trevino

20747 Prince Creek Drive

Katy, Texas 77450

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Grandfather enterred: Antonio Caballero

Birth June 13. 1887

Date of death April 17, 1959

Saturday, 20 September 2014 18:43

Throckmorton Cemetery, Collin County, Texas

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Cemetery: Throckmorton Cemetery
Other:
Sign: Yes
Street: Outside Melissa, Texas - about 500 meters east of US Hwy 75, between Throckmorton Road (CR 364) and Foster Crossing Road (CR 283 and CR 366).
City: About 7 miles north of McKinney, Texas
Township:
County: Collin County
State: Texas
Nation: United States
Zip: 75409
lat_ns: N
lat_h: 33
lat_mmss: 18.804
long_ew: W
long_h: 96
long_mmss: 35.310
Status: Abandoned
Size: Small
Directions: Outside Melissa, Texas - about 500 meters east of US Hwy 75, between Throckmorton Road (CR 364) and Foster Crossing Road (CR 283 and CR 366).
Type: Road-public
Location: Rural
Terrain: Level
Watersource: No
Features: Cemetery is located in a grove of trees
Property:
Access: Inaccessible
Enclosure: Fence-Broken
Gate: None
Established:
Gravestones: 16
Oldest:
Newest:
Removed: Unknown
Relocated: Unsure
Repairs: Unsure
Methods:
Restoration: Unsure
Association: Unsure
Records: Unsure
Inventory: Unsure
Availability:
Landscaping: No
Paths: No
Trees: Yes4
Crypts: No
Fencing: Yes
Brickwork: No
Ironwork: Unsure
Sculpture: No
Fountains: No
Roads: No
Buildings: No
Cement: No
Granite: Yes
Marble: Yes
Native: Unsure
Slate: No
Others: No
Wood: Yes
Materials: Unsure
Architectural: Yes
Angels: Unsure
Draperies: Unsure
Fraternal: Unsure
Hands: Unsure
Lambs: Unsure
Monograms: Unsure
Plants: Unsure
Photos: No
Religious: Unsure
Scrollwork: Unsure
Urns: Unsure
Carvings: Unsure
Condition: Cemetery neglected
Unmarked: Yes
Broken: Yes
Toppled: Yes
Disintegrating: Yes
Buried: Yes
Weather: Unknown
Pollution: No
Vandalized: No
Report:
VA1:
VA2:
VA3:
VA4:
VA5:
Overgrowth:
Overgrowth1:
Overgrowth2: Graves-Disturbing
Overgrowth3: Gravestones-Disturbing
Overgrowth4:
GroundCover: Yes
Moss:
Vines: Yes
Drainage:
Problem1:
Problem2:
Owner: Unknown
Use:
Bordering: Agricultural
Change: Same
Reason:
Visited: Rarely
Archeology: Unknown
Habitat: Unknown
Surnames: Calder, Clement, Foster, Rattan, Throckmorton, Vardaman, Wysong
Other_Information: The condition of this cemetery appears to have deteriorated dramatically compared to photos taken ten years ago, in 2002. Stones have toppled and many are becoming overgrown and/or buried. The path to the grove of trees has filled in, and there is no longer much of a clearing to speak of. Saplings are growing out of the graves, and animals have dug holes into them.
Contacted: n/a, don\\\'t know who to contact
Support:
Name: Charlotte Willner
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Monday, 15 September 2014 14:52

Womack-White Cemetery, Morgan, Bosque County, Texas

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Womack-White Cemetery
Morgan, Bosque County, Texas

Date: 02 Apr., 2001

Cemetery: Womack-White Cemetery
Established: mid-1870's
Street: located about 3/4 mile southest of Morgan, Bosque Co., Tx.,about 150 yards north of Steele Creek Rd.
City: Morgan
Township:
County: Bosque
State: Texas
Nation: United States
Zip:
Nearby:
Reached by: Crossing property-private
Location: Rural-mixed
Land: Flat
Water: No
Features: located in a grove of trees
Sign: No
Land Type: Private
Access: Permission-required
Surrounded by: None
Gate: None
Status: Abandoned
Size: Small
Unmarked graves: Unsure
Markers:
Gravestones: 20
Broken gravestones: Yes
Toppled gravestones: Yes
Buried gravestones: Yes
Removed Gravestones: Unknown
Weather problems: Unknown
Pollution problems: No
Oldest grave: 11 Apr. l874
Newest grave: 1934
Association: No
Records: Yes
Inventory: Yes
Records location: Bosque Co. Historical Society has copy of inventory done in 1970's
Condition: Cemetery in danger of destruction
Vandalized: No
Vegetation: Access problem
Vegetation problem: Trees
Vegetation problem: Overgrown-vines
Drainage: Good
Problem5: Restricted access
Problem: Apathy
Problem: Disintegrating Headstones
Work Status: No work started as of yet
Owner: Private
Use: Agricultural
Bordering: Agricultural
Change: Same
Reason:
Visited: Rarely
Archeology: Unknown
Previous contacts: cemetery caretaker of Morgan Cemetery

Other information

Cattle are allowed to roam freely over cemetery grounds. It is possible that property owner may try to destroy cemetery.

Submitted By:

name: Reba Smith
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Monday, 15 September 2014 14:52

Thalia Cemetery, Thalia, Foard County, Texas

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Thalia Cemetery
Thalia, Foard County, Texas

Cemetery: Thalia Cemetary
Other:
Sign: Yes
Street:
City: Thalia
Township:
County: Foard
State: Texas
Nation: United States
Zip:
Status: Active
Size: Medium
Directions:
Type: Road-public
Location: Rural-agricultural
Terrain: Level
Watersource: No
Features:
Land Type:
Access: Open
Enclosure: None
Gate: None
Established: 1890's?
Gravestones:
Oldest:
Newest:
Removed: Unknown
Relocated: No
Repairs: Yes
Methods: Supports
Restoration: Yes
Association: Yes
Records: Unsure
Inventory: Unsure
Records_location:
Landscaping: No
Paths: No
Trees: No
Crypts: No
Fencing: No
Walkways: No
Brickwork: No
Ironwork: No
Sculpture: No
Fountains: No
Roads: Yes
Buildings: No
Cement: Yes
Granite: Yes
Marble: Yes
Native_Stone: Unsure
Slate: No
Other_Stone: No
Wood: No
Materials: No
Architectural: Yes
Angels: Yes
Draperies: Yes
Fraternal: Yes
Hands: Yes
Lambs: Yes
Monograms: Yes
Plants: Yes
Photos: Yes
Religious: Yes
Scrollwork: Yes
Urns: Yes
Other_Carvings: Yes
Condition: Cemetery in danger of destruction
Unmarked: Yes
Broken: Yes
Toppled: Yes
Disintegrating: Yes
Buried: Yes
Weather_problems: Yes
Pollution_problems: Unknown
Vandalized: No
Overgrowth: Problem-Access
Vegetation: Ground-Cover
Drainage: Good
Owner: Association
Use: Agricultural
Bordering: Agricultural
Change: Unknown
Reason: Agriculture
Visited: Occasionally
Archeology: Unknown
Habitat: Unknown
Contacted:

Surnames

Other Information

Support

Submitted by:
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name: Annette Johnson
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Date: March 27,2002

Taylor's Valley Cemetery
Belton, Bell County, Texas

 

Cemetery: Taylor's Valley Cemetery
Other:
Sign: No
Street: 4100 block of Forrester Rd, between Dubose Rd and Witter Ln
City: about 1 mile east of Belton, south of Temple
Township:
County: Bell County
State: TX
Nation: USA
Zip: 76502
Status: Abandoned
Size: Small
Directions: State hwy 93 east from Belton about a mile, right on Witter Ln, next left on Forrester Rd. Cemetery is about 1/4 mi on left
Type: Road-public
Location: Rural-mixed
Terrain: Level
Watersource: No
Features: surrounded by trees, one large one in the middle. Lots of critter holes.
Land Type: Private
Access: Open
Enclosure: Fence-Broken
Gate: None
Established: about 1880
Gravestones: 60-70
Oldest: 1880
Newest: 1965
Removed: Yes
Relocated: No
Repairs: Unsure
Methods:
Restoration: Yes
Association: No
Records: No
Inventory: Yes
Records location: "BELL COUNTY TOMBSTONE RECORDS, Vol 1" by West Bell Genealogical Society and Bell County Historical Commission (abt 1969)
Landscaping: No
Paths: No
Trees: Yes
Crypts: No
Fencing: No
Walkways: No
Brickwork: No
Ironwork: No
Sculpture: No
Fountains: No
Roads: No
Buildings: No
Cement: Unsure
Granite: No
Marble: No
Native Stone: Unsure
Slate: Unsure
Other Stone: No
Wood: Unsure
Materials: Unsure
Architectural: Unsure
Angels: Unsure
Draperies: Unsure
Fraternal: Unsure
Hands: Unsure
Lambs: Unsure
Monograms: Unsure
Plants: Unsure
Photos: Unsure
Religious: Unsure
Scrollwork: Unsure
Urns: Unsure
Other_Carvings: Yes
Condition: Cemetery neglected
Unmarked: Yes
Broken: Yes
Toppled: Yes
Disintegrating: Yes
Buried: Yes
Weather problems: Unknown
Pollution problems: No
Vandalized: No
Overgrowth: Problem-Access
Vegetation: Ground-Cover
Vegetation: Vines
Drainage: Good
Owner: Cemetery
Use:
Bordering: Agricultural
Change: Same
Reason:
Visited: Rarely
Archeology: No
Habitat: Unknown
Contacted: Bell County (used to have a work release inmate cleanup of the site occasionally but it was cancelled due to liability). I have set up a webpage for the cemetery at: http://www.rootsweb.com/~txbell/cemcentral.htm
name: Joe D. Deaver
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Date: 1/6/2002
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Remote User:
Date: Sunday, January 06, 2002

Surnames

Bolles, Bruner, Chaffin, Chambers, Clary, Clay, Deaver, Edens, Elliott, Forrester, Giles, Grissom, Harris, Hawkins, Honeycutt, Jones, Mabry, Mahaney, McCormick, Nichols, Nott, Osborn, Pitman, Pruett, Ratliff, Scarbrough, Simons, Smith, Weeks, White

Other_Information

Until summer of 2001, cemetery was owned by a private citizen. At that time, he deeded the cemetery plot over to Taylor's Valley Baptist Church, which owned the cemetery many years ago. The church does not really have the resources currently to make an ambitious effort to restore the cemetery. A few descendents, including myself, are working to clean up and maintain the cemetery and later repair any broken graves. In December 2001, all vines and grass were cut, so it is temporarily accessible. I am currently working on a historical marker through the state's Historical Cemetery Desgination project. Sometime in the future, it is my hope that we can establish a cemetery association to pay for the ongoing mainenance and restoration to the cemetery. It's unlikely it can be used again, since there are likely several unmarked graves and the cemetery is just under an acre in size.

Support

Joe D. Deaver - (972)380-8319 (descendent of ancestor buried there) Taylor's Valley Baptist Church - (254) 939-7386 - 2470 W FM 93, Temple TX 76502

Website: http://www.rootsweb.com/~txbell/cemcentral.htm

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Date: 1/6/2002

Monday, 15 September 2014 14:51

Shipp Hill Cemetery, Newport, Clay County, Texas

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Shipp Hill Cemetery
Newport, Clay County, Texas

Date: May 28, 2001

Cemetery: Shipp Hill Cemetery
Established: Late 1800's
Street: Shipp Hill near Newport, Texas
Type: Road-public
City: Newport
Township:
County: Clay
State: Texas
Nation: USA
Zip: 75020
Nearby: HWY 59
Location: Rural-mixed
Land: Hillside
Water: No
Features:
Sign: No
Land Type: Private
Access: Closed
Enclosure: Fence-Broken
Gate: None
Status: Abandoned
Size: Small
Unmarked graves: Yes
Gravestones: + or - 10
Broken gravestones: Yes
Toppled gravestones: Yes
Buried gravestones: Unsure
Removed Gravestones: Unknown
Weather problems: Yes
Pollution problems: Unknown
Oldest grave: 18??
Newest grave: 18??
Association: Unsure
Records: Unsure
Inventory: Unsure
Records location:
Condition: Cemetery poorly maintained
Vandalized: Yes
Police report: No
VA: Gravestones-Overturned
VA: Gravestones-Broken
VA: Gravestones-Stolen
VA: Graves-Desecrated
Overgrowth:
Overgrowth:
Overgrowth: Graves-Disturbing
Vegetation: Trees
Vegetation: Moss
Vegetation: Vines
Drainage: Seasonal problem
Problem: Restricted access
Problem: Access denied
Problem: Apathy
Problem: Disintegrating Headstones
Work Status: No work started as of yet
Owner: Private
Use: Agricultural
Bordering: Agricultural
Change: Unknown
Reason:
Visited: Rarely
Archeology: Unknown
Contacted:

Submitted by:

name: Tyan Niemi
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Monday, 15 September 2014 14:51

Sabinetown Cemetery, Hemphill, Sabine County, Texas

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Sabinetown Cemetery
Hemphill, Sabine County, Texas

Date: January 29,2001

Cemetery: Sabinetown
Street: Highway 3382
City: Hemphill
Township:
County: Sabine
State: Texas
Nation: U.S.A.
Zip: 75948
Nearby: Monument Road
Land Type: Private
Status: Active
Accessible: Yes
Unmarked graves: Yes
Graves within: 20-30
Oldest grave: 1740
Newest grave:
Records: Yes
Inventory: Yes
Records location: Texas Historical Commission
Owner: Daughters of the Republic of Texas
Condition: Cemetery in danger of destruction
Encroachment
Removed Headstones
Apathy
Broken Headstones
Previous contacts: Texas Historical Commission
Work Status: Planning stages

Submitted by / Contact for additional Information:

name: Frank Moore
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Monday, 15 September 2014 14:50

O'Neill Cemetery, Leesville, Gonzales County, Texas

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O'Neill Cemetery
Leesville, Gonzales County, Texas

Cemetery: O'Neill Cemetery
Other:
Sign: No
Street: hwy 80 about 0.9 miles from the post office in Leesville, TX
City: Leesville, TX
Township:
County: Gonzales
State: Texas
Nation: United States
Zip: 78122
Status: Abandoned
Size: Small
Directions:
Type: Road-public
Location: Rural-mixed
Terrain: Level
Watersource: Yes
Features:
Property: Private
Access: Open
Enclosure: Natural
Gate: None
Established: unknown
Gravestones: 4
Oldest: 1858
Newest: 1873
Removed: Unknown
Relocated: No
Repairs: No
Methods:
Restoration: Unsure
Association: No
Records: Yes
Inventory: Unsure
Availability: 2 records of cemetery one in 1965, other 1970--Periodical of South Texas Genealogical and Historical Society, Gonzales, TX
Landscaping:
Paths: No
Trees:
Crypts: No
Fencing: No
Walkways: No
Brickwork: No
Ironwork: No
Sculpture: No
Fountains: No
Roads: No
Buildings: No
Cement: Unsure
Granite: Unsure
Marble: Unsure
Native: Unsure
Slate: Unsure
Others: Unsure
Wood: Unsure
Materials: Unsure
Architectural: No
Angels: No
Draperies: No
Fraternal: No
Hands: No
Lambs: No
Monograms: No
Plants: No
Photos: No
Religious: No
Scrollwork: No
Urns: No
Carvings: Yes
Condition: Cemetery destroyed
Unmarked: Yes
Broken: Yes
Toppled: Yes
Disintegrating: Yes
Buried: Yes
Weather: Unknown
Pollution: No
Vandalized: No
Overgrowth: Problem-Access
Vegetation: Vines
Drainage: Good
Owner: Private
Use: Agricultural
Bordering: Agricultural
Change: Same
Reason:
Visited: Rarely
Archeology: Unknown
Habitat: Unknown
Contacted:

Surnames

O'Neill

Other Information

I am not sure what the gravestones are made of. I have photos of the stones that still remain and photos of the cemetery site. All the stones are down. At least 2 broken. My time and efforts are there to try and preserve this cemetery, just need to pointed in the right direction.

Support

I presently do not have a list, but could possibly obtain one if necessary.

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name: Debra Hoch
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Date: 5/1/02

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