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Elizabeth Cemetery

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Roanoke, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 33° 0' 54.688788", -97° 16' 17.92488"
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    Elizabeth town, settled between 1860 and 1862, became a trade center with businesses, churches, a school and a Masonic lodge. Family tradition says William Perry Harmonson (1836-1907) donated land for the 1.5-acre community graveyard upon the death of his mother Anna (1796-1867). The town began to decline in 1881 after being bypassed by the Texas and Pacific Railroad. In 1949 former school lands were used to enlarge the cemetery to two acres. Still in use, this burial ground contains almost 400 graves and is all that remains of the once thriving village. (1978)

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

Elizabeth Cemetery Historical Marker Location Map, Roanoke, Texas

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