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Greenwood Cemetery

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W end of East Avenue, Marshall, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 32° 32' 45.53466", -94° 22' 12.792072"
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    Dedicated 1881. Originated 1840 as private burial ground, Van Zandt family. Resting place, many early Texas leaders and patriots: Isaac Van Zandt (1813-47), came to Marshall in 1839. County named in his honor. James Harper Starr (1809-90), land commissioner, banker, land agent, county named for him. Matthew Duncan Ector (1822-79), brigadier general CSA, lawyer, county named for him. Alexander Travis Hawthorne (1825-99), brigadier general CSA, lawyer, businessman, minister. Charles Raguet Bringhurst (1880-82), grandson of . Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 1967

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

Greenwood Cemetery Historical Marker Location Map, Marshall, Texas

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