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WARD CEMETERY

WARD CEMETERY is northeast of Pecan Wells between CR 536 and the Lampasas River.

From Evant, Exit US 281 and travel West on TX 84 toward Goldthwaite until you find FM 1047 in Mills County, but it quickly curves into Hamilton County.  In McGirk turn left to County Road 536.  CR 536 will be a dirt road and will have some 90 degree turns--but the distance is not far.  You will pass the Eastview-Newton Cemetery before crossing the Lampasas River.  After crossing the Lampasas River  turn and go through a wire gate just before you get to the Lampasas River.  The cemetery is about a mile up the road on a hill and is enclosed in a wire fence.

To preserve the memories of your friends and relatives who were buried in this cemetery, please send information to Elreeta Weathers.

 

NAME

BORN

DIED

OTHER

HARDIN, JOHN SMITH

01/19/1834 12/19/1891 Pvt. Co A
MCRAS'S ARK Inf
CSA

HARDIN, SAMUEL E.

1840

07/18/1922 Comanche Co., TX

Buried: Richard Wagley Cemetery, Comanche Co., TX

Wife:  Jane (McGlothlin) (Ward) Hardin 

Married: 12/27/1896, Hamilton Co., Marriage Record Bk. 2, p. 244 

Civil War Pension Number: 05463

Pvt. CO D, 2nd ARK Mounted Rifles, CSA

 

Barbara Hill

 

 

 

 

 
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