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De Leon Cemetery, Comanche County, Texas
Located 5 blocks west of downtown De Leon, this cemetery includes over 5,500 identified graves and many unidentified graves. Many heartfelt thanks to the dedicated family and friends who gathered this data in June 2000. The tireless efforts of Fayne and Ruby Pair to get this record accurate and complete will be of great benefit to this community for years to come. Updated April 2013. Submitted by Elayne Pair Gibbons.
The cemetery is divided into sections in a simple grid format, beginning with A on the north side proceeding to E on the south. #1 starts on the west side, proceeding to #13 on the east. Section #s are listed at the end of each name, thus ..A1 would be found in the northwest corner of the cemetery, while ..C6 would be near the center. The Veteranís Memorial Shed is in ..E4. This data may be freely copied and used by any person or their agent, or any library, but may not be sold or reposted elsewhere.
Readings here often reflect more data than is
on the stone.
Corrections and additions appreciated.
GPS coordinates: 32-06-34 N, 98-34-44 W, 1327' elevation
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___, A. T. [next to the Terry family] ..C5 Could this be Andrew J. Terry, son of John and Rebecca, who was born about 1870 and apparently died before 1880? Thanks to Carolyn Golowka.
___, R. [next to the Terry family] ..C5
___, ___ died 1965 ..B8
___, ___ 1898 - 1986 ..D1
___, ___ 1889 - 1964 ..D6
C., J. [on a fieldstone] ..C6
Adam, Elayne, George, and Matthew Gibbons.