Goodnight, Armstrong County, Texas
Lat: 35° 02' 47"N, Lon: 101° 10' 25"W
Cemetery located north of Hwy 287 to Juliet Road, turn right then left on paved road to cemetery.
Cemetery and town are named for early settler, Charles Goodnight and his wife, Mary Ann Dyer Goodnight. Historically, they were earliest settlers in the area and had a "dug-out" home in nearby Palo Duro Canyon and developed the cattle industry in the area.
This is not a complete listing of burials in this cemetery. The records below were provided by contributors to Interment.net. Last edited Nov 30, 2009. Total records = 6.
- [LC] Leaton Clark [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Hudson, Alma Amy, b. 4/22/1901, d. 3/1/1991, w/o Clarence M. Hudson, [LC]
Hudson, Clarence M., b. 12/25/1895, d. 2/5/1949, h/o Alma Amy Hudson, [LC]
Hudson, Henry Stowe, b. 3/20/1866, d. 1/4/1943, h/o Nellie Ann, [LC]
Hudson, Nell Beatrice, b. 1/17/1914, d. 9/27/1915, d/o Henry Stowe and Nellie Ann Hudson, [LC]
Hudson, Nellie Ann, b. 5/1/1871, d. 3/31/1947, w/o Henry Stow, [LC]
Hudson, Wilmoth Henry, b. 4/13/1924, d. 4/13/1924, s/o Clarence and Alda Amy Hudson, [LC]
Texas Obituaries and Death Notices
- Texas Obituary Records, 1690-Today - GenealogyBank.com
- Find Texas Death Records in Newspapers, 1690-Today - GenealogyBank.com
- Texas Newspaper Funeral Notices, 1690-Today - GenealogyBank.com