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New Cemetery of Montgomery

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Plantersville St., Montgomery, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 30° 23' 13.29564999984", -95° 42' 11.17656"
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     Burial place of many honored Texans, including Dr. Charles B. Stewart, a signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence and first secretary of state; also wife of Gen. Memucan Hunt, Texas soldier and statesman. Other noted individuals here include soldiers of the Texas army and veterans of the Civil War and other wars engaged in by the United States. This cemetery was founded December 1, 1868, to relieve Old Methodist plot. First persons buried on land (donated by P. J. and R. S. Willis, merchants) were 3 men killed by vigilantes. A fourth was buried nearby.

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

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See other Montgomery County Cemeteries:
The Griffith Homesite and Cemetery
George Bell Madeley Cemetery
Mt. Pleasant Cemetery
Jacob Shannon Evergreen Cemetery
The Richard Williams Cemetery