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Hodge Cemetery

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Temple, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 31° 5' 25.4976", -97° 22' 52.0968"
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    Occupying less than one acre of land, this cemetery is named for J.W. Hodge (d.1920), who purchased the surrounding property in 1870. Burials had taken place before that date, however, as indicated by the tombstones of J.S. and Sallie Clary, area landowners who were interred here in 1868. A native Texan, Hodge was a successful rancher and farmer in Bell County. He and his wife, Martha (1849-1905), are both buried here, as is Joseph Dennis (1810-1894), an early Bell County leader. Hodge Cemetery stands as a good example of a pioneer graveyard. (1985)

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

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