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Re: Cemetery look-up Cryer
Posted by: Sharon Ivy (ID *****4067) Date: June 09, 2007 at 05:50:34
In Reply to: Cemetery look-up Cryer by Nancy Hatch of 266

Nancy,
Basically the only information anyone has on the Cryer Cemetery is what is listed in the Mills County Texas Cemeteries,(book 2) compiled and published by the Mills County Historical Commission. http://www.rootsweb.com/~txmcthc/

on page 69 they state that there only two graves in this family cemetery and that they are probably members of the Cryer family. They are only marked with field stones.

This volume of the Mills County Historical Commission's books on the county cemeteries there are 10 Cryers listed,
the family you are requesting about is on page 218

Oakview-Mullin Cemetery
Section 3
Wade Cryer - Feb 27, 1863 - Feb 9, 1941
Ollie Cryer - Feb 14, 1868-Feb 30, 1942
Infant son of Mr. & Mrsl Wade Cryer - born and died on Feb 16, 1894

in the Goldthwaite Memorial Cemetery book, the first cemetery book that the Mills County Historical Commission complied and Published on page 71

Section 2, Block 10, plot 27
Henry Morris Cryer 1858-1935
Minnie Lula Cryer 1872-1958
also in this plot is
Arthur Terry Pribble Sept 22 1873 - March 1, 1948
Anna E. Pribble- May 5, 1872- Aug 23, 1964

hope this helps
Good Luck with your research

Sharon


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