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Inglish Cemetery

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Bonham, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 33° 34' 45.66291999996", -96° 10' 6.97108000008"
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    (1838-1964) County's oldest. Bailey Inglish donated plot near old Fort Inglish (called Bois d'Arc, later Bonham). Pioneers buried here include 1838 Indian massacre victims Andrew Daugherty, Wm. McCarty; 1836 Fannin County colonizers Bailey Inglish and Daniel Rowlett; and Texas Revolution veterans James Tarleton. Fannin County Historical Survey Committee, 1964.

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

Inglish Cemetery Historical Marker Location Map, Bonham, Texas

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