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                                        Watts – Jones Cemetery
                                                        Moscow, Texas
                                        Submitted by Jean Watts Pace & Dianne Pace

Directions:  From Livingston, turn left off of Highway 59 onto FM 350.  Go 1.4 miles.
Turn left onto dirt road that veers off and is not a sharp turn…..Go almost .2 miles.
Cemetery is on the left enclosed by a chain link fence.

Abbreviations used:
DS – Double stone
HS – Headstone
MM – Military Marker
(---) -Added by Compiler
s/o, d/o, etc....son of, dau. of, husband or wife of.

1.  Cummings, Willie Watts b. March 20, 1896, d. Aug. 28, 1984; “Rip’s Mom”
2.  Davenport, Clarence A. b. June 5, 1920, d. Jan. 6, 1981; DS w/ Mildred M.; “Father”
3.  Davenport, Gary Arthur b. Sept. 17, 1949, d. July 30, 1992
4.  Davenport, Mildred M. b. Dec. 2, 1921 d. _______ ; DS w/ Clarence A.; “Mother”
5.  Hatcher, Annie b. July 17, 1900, d. Dec. 10, 1903; "Daughter of E.L. & Evy"
6.  Hatcher, Edwin Herman (Ted) b. Aug. 20, 1904, d. April 16, 1990;
     DS w/ Pauline E. Cummings; “Thee I Wed Feb. 1, 1936”
7.  Hatcher, Edwin Luther b. April 25, 1873, d. Jan. 12, 1929; (h/o Evie O. Watts)
8.  Hatcher, Evie O.  b. 1873, d. 1953;
      (w/o Edwin Luther & d/o William L. & Missouri Mary Elizabeth Goodwin Watts)
9.   Hatcher, “Little Baby Mark” Sept. 4, 1970 (1 date only); "Son of Gary & Lillie Hatcher"
10. Hatcher, Pauline Elizabeth Cummings b. July 26, 1916, d. Sept. 23, 1985;
      DS w/ Edwin Herman (Ted)
11. Hopkins, Malcom C. b. May 6, 1860, d. Jan. 7, 1882; "Son of John & R. E. Hopkins"
12. Jones, D. L. (Donnis Ludville, Sr., “Dee”) b. Aug. 10, 1862; d. June 13, 1926;
       (s/o Samuel B. & Mary Ann [Watts] Jones; h/o Jessie Lee Adams)
13. Jones, Donnis H. b. Feb. 29, 1888, d. July 14, 1890; (s/o D. L., Sr. &
        Jessie Lee [Adams] Jones. Family history.... “Dennis”)
14. Jones, Donnis L., Jr. b. Aug. 16, 1899, d. Feb. 15, 1930; (s/o D. L., Sr. &
        Jessie Lee [Adams] Jones)
15. Jones, Ethel Anita Sakowitz b. 1898, d. 1962
16. Jones, Grace Traughber, Mrs. b. April 15, 1902, d. Jan. 11, 1937
17. Jones, Jessie Lee (Adams) b. April 12, 1872, d. Dec., 17, 1899; “Wife of D. L. Jones”
18. Jones, J. H. (John Hodges) b. Aug. 20, 1855, d. Aug. 10, 1925;
       (s/o Samuel B. & Mary Ann [Watts] Jones)
19. Jones, Joseph C. (Cicero) b. Dec. 27, 1865 (or 1863), d. March, 1936;
       DS w/ Martha Jane; “In Honor of son, Samuel O. Jones”;
       (s/o S. B. & Mary Ann [Watts] Jones)
20. Jones, Lillian Pearl b. Nov. 17, 1880, d. May 28, 1954; DS w/ Samuel Bethel Jones
21. Jones, Martin Alexander MM-“b. Nov. 10, 1831, d. Jan. 22, 1891;
       Pvt. Co. F 4  Texas Cav., CSA."; (b. Sept. 23, 1823, Jackson Co., Ala., d. Jan. 17, 1867,
       Polk Co., Tex.;  Dates on this MM are incorrect, they are from the HS of “M.A.” or
       Mary Ann Watts Jones. This MM is located in front of the arched (marriage) stone marker
       for S. B. & M.A. Jones in error, correct location of grave is unknown.)
22. Jones, M. A. (Mary Ann Watts) b. Nov. 10, 1831, d. Jan. 22, 1891; DS w/ S. B. Jones;
       “She was a tender mother here, And in her life the Lord did fear”.
23.  Jones, Martha Jane b. 1870,  d. Mar. 12, 1913; DS w/ Joseph C.;
      “In Honor of son, Samuel O. Jones”
24.  Jones, Mary Ann b. 1895, d. 1896
25. Jones, Robert L. b. Sept. 1, 1865, d. Sept. 29, 1865; (family history.. d. 1905?;
        s/o Samuel B. & Mary Ann [Watts] Jones)
26. Jones, Samuel Bethel b. Sept. 20, 1877, d. April 16, 1961; DS w/ Lillian Pearl;
        (s/o William Franklin & Mary “Mollie” D. B. [Parsons] Jones)
27. Jones, Samuel Ozma b. Aug. 13, 1896, d. Jan. 12, 1952,
        Texas S2 US Navy WW I; (s/o D. L. & Jessie Lee [Adams] Jones)
28. Jones, S. B. b. Oct. 13, 1825, d. Nov. 21, 1893; DS w/ M. A. (Mary Ann) Jones
29. McDuffie, Elwood b. Oct. 7, 1923, d. May 11, 1946; Texas Cpl Army Air Forces, WW II
30. McDuffie, Harold D. b. Oct. 15, 1925, d. March 11, 1993; MM-PFC US Army WW II;
        also a large family marker with "A Loving Mother & Father"; Eastern Star & Masonic
        emblems on front - on back, inscription “Our children: Jerry, Randy, Michael and Carolyn”
        No information on the Mother of this family.
31. McDuffie, Michael b. March 4, 1951, d. July 31, 1966
32. McDuffie, Selder b. Feb. 16, 1887, d. March 2, 1958; “Father”;
       (Buried next to Vera McDuffie)
33. McDuffie, Selder, Jr. b. July 21, 1919, d. June 17, 1957; Texas Sgt. Army Air Forces WW II
34. McDuffie, Selder, III b. Oct. 31, 1946, d. May 33, 1976, Sgt. US Army
35. McDuffie, Vera b. Feb. 11, 1890, d. Feb. 23, 1979; “Mother”; (Buried next to Selder)
36. Myers, Adolphus Jay b. May 19, 1861, d. Feb. 27, 1936;
        (s/o Eligah R. & Amanda [Watts] Myers)
37. Myers, Amanda b. Dec. 13, 1828, d. Sept. 14, 1879;
        (d/o John & Mary “Polly” [Netherland] Watts)
38. Myers, Eddie A. b. Jan. 22, 1884, d. Jan. 1, 1886;
        “Son of A. J. & T. E.”, (Thurza Evaline Williamson Myers)
39. Myers, Eligah (Eligah Ruel) b. June 21, 1812,  d. Mar. 13, 1888;
        (Married Amanda Watts Sept. 13, 1843)
40. Rector, Clarence N. b. Dec. 7, 1941, d. Feb. 18, 1972, Texas SP 4 Btry C 26 Arty
41. Shepherd, Hebert “Bert” b. April 24, 1910,  d. Oct. 15, 1990;
        (s/o Edmond Earl & Martha Ellen [Runnels] Shepherd & h/o Wattsie Hatcher)
42. Shepherd, Wattsie Hatcher b. June 18, 1913, d. July 29, 1996;
        (d/o Edwin Luther & Evie O. [Watts] Hatcher, & w/o Herbert “Bert” Shepherd)
43. Stokes, Ada b. 1856, d. 1942;  DS w/ Henry;
        (d/o Eligah R. & Amanda [Watts] Myers)
44. Stokes, Henry S. b. 1850, d. 1884  DS w/ Ada;
        MM-"Pvt Co E 20th Texas Inf., CSA, 1830 (?)-1884"
45. Walker, Clara Lee b. 1898, d. 1993; DS w/ J. M. (Kirby) Walker
46. Walker, J. M. (Kirby) b. 1886, d. 1958; DS w/ Clara Lee Walker
47. Watts, John T. b. 1805, d. 1860; “Texas Home Guard, Sons Served 14th Texas Inf. (CSA)”;
       (s/o Thomas & Mary Watts; Birth date has not been proven,  probably born in Wilkinson Co.,
        Miss.... family was there 1805-1810, his father came to the colonies as a small boy from
        northern Ireland, and was probably of Scottish descent.)
48. Watts, Cicero "b.1843, d. 1896 (?); Pvt. Co. M 28 Texas Cav., - 1896”;
        (L. Cicero Watts died 20 Jan.,1863 - during War Between the States and was buried in
        Arkansas. This marker can not be explained, unless it was placed as a memorial to him
        and the 1896 date was when it was placed here.He is the only one of John Watts’ sons who
        died during the war; s/o John & Mary [Netherland] Watts)
49. Watts, Cicero L. b. Mar. 1, 1871, d. Oct. 8, 1947;  “Father”;
        (s/o William L. & Missouri M. E. [Goodwin] Watts;  h/o Marguerite McLauren)
50. Watts, Marguerite b. Jan. 22, 1877, d. Mar. 8, 1954; “Mother”; (w/o Cicero L. Watts)
51. Watts, William L. b. Dec. 6, 1841, d. Oct. 20, 1907;  Pvt. Co K Texas Inf CSA;
        (s/o John & Mary [Netherland] Watts; h/o Missouri M. E. Goodwin)
52. Watts, Mrs.W. L. (Missouri Mary Elizabeth Goodwin) b. Nov. 28, 1852, d. Jan.13, 1939;
        (Married William L. Watts, Dec. 31, 1869, Polk Co., Texas;
        d/o George W. & Nancy [Shropshire] Goodwin)
53. Unknown, a block of cement with flowers, but no marker.
54. Unknown, grave covered lengthwise with large rocks, but no marker.
There appear to be several unmarked & unknown graves in this cemetery.


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