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White Hall Cemetery

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Woodway, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 31° 30' 6.81428999988", -97° 18' 2.87784"
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    White Hall Cemetery is the last vestige of the once growing agricultural community of White Hall. The first graves, marked in 1877, are located north of the White Hall Baptist Church site on land deeded by Capt. Burl Jones Kendrick (1824-1912). A Civil War veteran who owned 320 acres in the area. In 1899, Capt. Kendrick deeded an additional 1.1 acres to the trustees of the White Hall Graveyard for the price of one dollar. Pioneers of the White Hall community are buried at this, the first Baptist cemetery in the area.

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

White Hall Cemetery Historical Marker Location Map, Woodway, Texas

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