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Horne Cemetery
Moody, McLennan County, Texas

Lat: 31° 22' 36"N, Lon: 97° 20' 04"W

Contributed by Judy Reamy, Feb 25, 2003 [jreamy@msn.com]. Total Records = 21.

Horne Hill Rd., off Spring Valley Rd, Between Spring Valley & Moody, McLennan Co.

Belongs to the Horne family. It's a little fenced off area next to the road. I think the Horne family still owns the land.

I walked and read this cemetery in spring of 2002.

- Judy Reamy

Connally, Maggie, b. 1/10/1864, d. 10/22/1901, w/o L.N. Connally
Ezell, R. A., b. 7/17/1854, d. 7/17/1927, "Brother, s/w Sarah
Ezell, Sarah Money, b. 2/15/1856, d. ----, s/w R.A., "Sister"
Ezzell, G. W., b. 3/7/1861, d. 1927(?)
Ezzell, Mamie S., b. 3/9/1871, d. 4/27/1942
Ezzell, Mary, d. 2/22/1904
Harris, Columbus E., b. 7/9/1867, d. 4/14/1917
Harris, Willie Clayton, b. 3/27/1905, d. 8/11/1912, s/o Lum & L.E. Harris
Hendrick, Ann E., b. 10/1/1845, d. 6/10/1906
Horne, Claude G., b. 3/13/1874, d. 3/26/1911, s/w Evelyne
Horne, Evelyne, b. 10/18/1873, d. 4/24/1941, s/w Claude
Horne, Infant, b. & d. 2/5/1906, s/o W.G.(C) & Jennie Horne
Horne, Mary A., b. 1861, d. 1939, "Mom", s/w Robert
Horne, N. B., b. 2/3/1828, d. 3/4/1910
Horne, R. C.(G), b. 2/4/1840, d. 9/10/1913, w/o N.B.
Horne, Robert A., b. 1860, d. 1951, "Dad", s/w Mary
Hudson, Isora, b. 8/28/1879, d. 3/16/1902, d/o J. & M.S. Wallace, w/o C.H. Hudson
Jones, J. Paul, b. 12/23/1899, d. 4/13/1901, s/o R.E. & Cora Jones
Knieff, Infant, b. 3/27/1904, d. 3/30/1904, d/o Edgar & Eva? Knieff
Wallace, Mary S., b. 3/23/1862, d. 7/28/1924, w/o T.J. Wallace
Wallace, T. J. "Tom", b. 4/23/1858, d. 2/13/1934
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