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Donohoe Cemetery

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Bartlett vicinity, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 30° 49' 0.8976", -97° 19' 57.4968"
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    Established in the 1860s by pioneer settlers Samuel G. and Helen Leatherman, this cemetery served as the community burial ground for citizens of Donohoe. The earliest documented grave here is that of the Leathermans' infant grandson, who died in 1869. Other interments include those of an unidentified woman and child who died while traveling through the area; pioneer settlers; and veterans of the Texas Revolution, the Civil War, and World War I. The cemetery remains as the only physical reminder of a once-thriving community. (1989)

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

Donohoe Cemetery Historical Marker Location Map, Bartlett vicinity, Texas

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