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Alexander Dobkins Family Cemetery
Euless, Tarrant County, Texas

Dallas-Fort Worth Airport
Euless TX

Lat: 32°50'45"N, Lon: 97°03'24"W

Contributed by Allen Hearrean, Oct 22, 2001 [ahearrean@aol.com]. Total records = 7.

The Dobkins were pioneer settlers to this area, arriving in 1852. Alexander was an Ordained Baptist minister as well as a postmaster in the area during the Civil War. This cemetery has been placed on the list of Texas Historical Cemeteries.

This cemetery is not open to the public. One has to have a special permit to visit, because of where it is situated.

I have photos of each individual headstone which may be viewed here.

- Allen Hearrean

Dobkins, Alexander, b. 11/14/1815, d. 1/10/1869
Dobkins, Dr. W. C., b. 11/11/1841, d. 2/15/1928, Mason
Dobkins, Mahalia Mae (Mannie), b. 7/21/1883, d. 4/13/1941
Dobkins, Mary A., b. 10/27/1818, d. 11/4/1880
Dobkins, Nanie J., b. 3/17/1850, d. 8/13/1887
Dobkins, Robert William, b. 8/3/1915, d. 1/28/1917
Dobkins, Wm. M., b. 9/6/1875, d. 12/14/1916, Father

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