Historical Markers StoppingPoints.com Historical Markers, Sightseeing & Points of Interest Scenic Roads & Points of Interest
About Us | Photo Gallery | Free Widgets | Featured States | Search Site
Register or Edit LoginRegister
Home Texas Crosby County Ralls Ralls Cemetery

Ralls Cemetery

  Texas Historical Markers
0.7 mi. W of SH 207 on US 82, Ralls, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 33° 40' 27.2612299998", -101° 24' 3.3189000012"
    Texas State
Historical Marker
    The original five acre tract of land for this burial grund was purchased from the C.B. Livestock Co. on September 7, 1915, four years after the town of Ralls was founded. The cemetery was first used for the interment of W.H. Shell (d. 1915). The Georgia marble Bible, erected in 1963 by the Ralls Garden Club, is one of many beautification projects by local organizations, including the Lions Club and Cemetery Association. Prominent community members are buried here, including John R. Ralls, town founder. Graves also include those of veterans of several wars. 1985

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

Ralls Cemetery Historical Marker Location Map, Texas

Related Themes: Texas Cemetery Markers, Cemeteries, Texan Graveyards,
Burial Grounds and Graves

Explore other historical .
See other Crosby County Cemeteries:
Lorenzo Cemetery
Crosbyton Cemetery
Emma Cemetery
Cone Cemetery