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Clark Cemetery

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FM 20, CR 158, Lockhart, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 29° 53' 14.64497999988", -97° 29' 4.64168000004"
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    Clark Cemetery James E. Clark was born in North Carolina in 1826. He later moved to Texas, marrying Mary E. Roberts in Bastrop County in 1860. In January 1881, he bought land in this area. Here, he and Mary reared nine children. In 1884, James set aside land for a school and a family cemetery. He was buried here in 1898, and his grave is the first marked in the cemetery. The most recent burial dates to the 1950s. Today the family cemetery is adjacent to a community center established at the site of the former school. Both serve as reminders of the Clark family and their contributions to area history and growth. Historic Texas Cemetery - 2002

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

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See other Caldwell County Cemeteries:
Hall Cemetery
Harris Cemetery
McNeil Cemetery
Polonia Cemetery
Lincecum Cemetery
Humphreys Cemetery
Clark's Chapel Cemetery
Jeffrey Cemetery
Gunkel Family Cemetery