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Seaton Cemetery

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Temple vicinity, TX, USA
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     The community of Lost Prairie-Seaton was settled in the 1880s by Czechoslovakian immigrants, and at one time contained a post office, school, store and saloon. Charles Motl, Sr., donated two acres of land for a community cemetery following the death of Tomas Ondrasek in 1896. The Seaton National Cemetery Association was formed in 1897, and was eventually renamed the Seaton Cemetery Association. Among the 1,150 burials are those of veterans of World Wars I and II, and the Korean conflict. The cemetery continues to serve the community. (1997)

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

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