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Forrest-Rogers-Dollahite Cemetery

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Hallsville, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 32° 26' 35.032128", -94° 35' 43.241172"
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    This cemetery is located on the home site of Elisha T. and Sarah Vincent Forrest, who came to Texas from Tennessee about 1846. Other early settlers included the Rogers and Dollahite families who formed the community of Little Flock south of Hallsville. The cemetery name changed over the years depending on the ownership of the land. The earliest marked grave is that of Edward Tansil in 1849. Seven generations of the Forrest family are buried here. The three-acre site is maintained by a cemetery association and continues to serve the community as it has for over 125 years.

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

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