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Baby Head Cemetery

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Llano, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 30° 55' 31.6812", -98° 41' 7.3248"
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    According to local oral tradition, the name Babyhead was given to the mountain in this area in the 1850s, when a small child was killed by Indians and its remains left on the mountain. A local creek also carried the name, and a pioneer community founded in the 1870s became known as Baby Head. The oldest documented grave here is that of another child, Jodie May McKneely, who died on New Year's Day 1884. The cemetery is the last physical reminder of the Baby Head community, which once boasted numerous homes, farms, and businesses.

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

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