Williams Cemetery - Washington County Texas Submitted by: ==================================================================== USGENWEB NOTICE: In keeping with our policy of providing free information on the Internet, data may be used by non-commercial entities, as long as this message remains on all copied material. These electronic pages may NOT be reproduced in any format for profit or for presentation by other persons or organizations. The submitter has given permission to the USGenWeb Archives to store the file permanently for free access. Persons or organizations desiring to use this material for purposes other than stated above must obtain the written consent of the file contributor. ==================================================================== Williams Cemetery - Washington County Tex. NAME DATES 30o18.___N 096o30.___W Jacob BOULDIN 1877 - 1925 .551N .760W Hennie BOULDIN Feb. 25, 1885 - Jan. 20, 1954 .551N .762W Sam FRANKLIN Sept 16, 1905 - April 27, 1951 .563N .762W Texas TEC4 9207 TECH SVC UNIT WORLD WAR II H.H HARRIS .568N .751N Squire RATLIFF 1850 - 1938 .559N .753W Fannie RATLIFF Jan. 9, 1949 .566N .750W Mary (ROBINSON) Mar. 19, 1955 .545N .749W Johnny (ROBINSON) Nov. 7, 1953 .549N .751W N. D. (ROBINSON) Jan. 1, 1944 .553N .753W Alice HUNT (ROBINSON?) 10408 .549N .753W Alice ?TRGER 10408 .551N .751W (this appears to be for the same person as Alice Hunt, and is with the Robinson graves) Lousina SAYLES 1870 - 1926 .554N .763W William SAYLES 1857 - 1924 .556N .761W Metelde SPENCER 1876 - 1931 .543N .748W George W SPENCER 1863 - 1936 .545N .749W Classie THORNTON Dec. 12 194(?)1 70 years .566N .757W Mary WILLIMS (sic) 3-25-1825 3-20-1916 .545N .750W Moses WILLIAMS 7-25-182(broken) 1-15-1912 .545N .750W Daisy WILLIAMS 7-25-1881 7-20-1911 .552N .754W Made 5-24-1943 T.W. WILLIAMS Mattie B. YOUNG Died September 9, 19?0 .555N .751W 72 years 1 month 5 days There are between 100 and 150 graves in this cemetery, but only the ones listed above have legible information available. Many similar stones - with the name of Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home, Hearne on the copper plate inset into Poured Concrete - most of these stones no longer have the copper plate. Most graves are identifiable only by ground depressions in the area. Surveyed 6 January 2001 Patricia J. Autry & Patricia Bishop US Army COE Volunteers