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Fletcher Cemetery

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Waco, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 31° 18' 32.08465000008", -97° 7' 33.40414999992"
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    This cemetery began with the 1868 burial of early settler Sample Carrigan, who is interred in an unmarked grave. the first marked burial site is that of Clinton A. Mahoney (1860-1868). The graveyard was used chiefly by the Carrigan, Needham, and Harris families until Catherine Carrigan Fletcher set aside three acres as a public cemetery in 1873. The burial Cemetery in 1873. The burial ground served residents of several McLennan and Falls County communities, including Golinda, Mooreville, Robinson, Rosenthal, and Satin. A number of Civil War veterans are buried here.

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

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