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Eaton Cemetery

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SM 14, S of Thorton about 2 mi., Thornton, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 31° 23' 1.41", -96° 35' 45.2616"
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    The Richard Eaton family came to Texas in 1833 as members of the Robertson Colony. They moved to this area about 1845 and established a home and farm. The family farm, is that of Richard's first wife, Mary, who died about 1848. Also interred here are Richard Eaton and his second wife, Charity, as well as other members of their family and neighbors. There are both marked and unmarked graves in the Eaton Cemetery, the final resting place of many Texas pioneers. 1990

This page last updated: 9/28/2009 23:09:42

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