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Cemeteries in Gause
Posted by: CARLENE MURRAY (ID *****1722) Date: March 26, 2004 at 07:30:26
In Reply to: Re: "GAUSE, TEXAS, A Legacy in Pieces" by Charlotte Tucker of 1027

I don't have lists of those buried in the cemeteries, but here are the names of the cemeteries in and near Gause:
OLD NASHVILLE Cemetery (abandoned)- in the woods 300 yards north of Hwy. 79 on the west bank of the Brazos.
PORT SULLIVAN Cemetery - organized in 1832 - location not given - over 150 graves, many w/large monuments, but very overgrown with briars, bushes & trees.
BROWN-ROSE GARDEN Cemetery - only two graves, but well kept.
CUNNINGHAM FAMILY Cemetery on Cunningham property.
LAWSON or SIX-MILE Cemetery - located abt. 5 miles so. of the RR tracks @ Co. Rd 358. Contains 14 graves.
A cemetery at Smyrna, near Cameron. (no name given)
LONG Cemetery - 4 miles northwest of Gause.
PIN OAK Cemetery - 2-1/2 mi. E of Hanover on Shafer land.
COX'S PROVIDENCE Cemetery - on "old Oxsheer-Smith ranch".
BLAKELY Cemetery - 1/2 mile so. of Hanover
PEACEFUL REST Cemetery - near Sugar Loaf Mountain.
GAUSE CITY Cemetery - in Gause.

This probably does not help you very much, but might give you a starting place. Good luck!

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