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Hunt Japonica Cemetery

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Hunt, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 30° 4' 44.31204000012", -99° 20' 45.61697000004"
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    The oldest legible tombstone in this cemetery is that of George T. Henry. It is dated 1872, sixteen years after the formal organization of Kerr county. The graveyard is located between the town of Hunt and the early community of Japonica. It has been used for the burial of many area pioneers and their descendants, and contains a large number of unmarked graves. Although inundated by floodwaters on several occasions, the Hunt Japonica cemetery remains in use as an important part of Kerr county's recorded history.

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

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Brown Cemetery
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Henderson Cemetery (Two miles north)
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Sunset Cemetery
Turtle Creek School and Cemetery
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