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Ebenezer Cemetery

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Jasper, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 31° 2' 49.26049000008", -94° 9' 8.69392000008"
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     Begun in 1860 as a family graveyard, the earliest burial in this cemetery is that of Martin H. Dean, infant son of William P. M. and Mary Ann Dean. Land for the cemetery and Ebenezer Methodist Church was given by the Deans to the community in 1861. Among those interred here, in marked and unmarked graves, are citizens of the , a veteran of the Texas Revolution, two unknown cowboys who died while traveling through the area, and members of the Dean and other pioneer families. An additional acre was acquired for the cemetery in 1962.

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

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