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Re: Myrtle Springs Cem
Posted by: K. Jones (ID *****9907) Date: April 10, 2002 at 20:06:14
In Reply to: Myrtle Springs Cem by Linda of 786

http://www.rootsweb.com/~txvanzan/myrt.htm

MYRTLE SPRINGS CEMETERY

Is located north of I20 and Myrtle Springs Cemetery Road. The oldest marked grave found is that of M. A. Holder, b. 26 May, 1826 d. 26 June, 1879. There are approximately twenty-four veterans buried in this cemetery, six of those being CSA veterans.

The above address should take you to the Myrtle Springs Cemetery listing. You can also go to Van Zandt County, Texas Lookups and access info on cemeteries.




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