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Bethel Cemetery
Nelsonville, Austin County, Texas

GPS: 30.0632, -96.41675

12142 Malinoski Ln.
Bellville, TX 77418

Published: October 28, 2019
Total records: 18

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Bethany Cemetery is located on private property. It's located about 1/2 mile west of Nelsonville, TX. It's more closely associated with the town of Nelsonville, even though it falls within the zip code of Bellville.

Cemetery Records

Records below were taken from a spreadsheet authored by James Hering of the Austin County Historical Commission, and published on the Cat Spring Cemetery Assocation Website. We converted the spreadsheet data into HTML format for easier use with on this website. The spreadsheet was last updated on October 7, 2017.

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BELL, A. J., b. 4 August 1818, d. 9 June 1885
BELL, infant, b. 25 May 1873, d. 3 June 1885
BETHANY, E. A., b. 5 January 1875, d. 4 August 1878
BETHANY, infant, b. 17 September 1879, d. 4 June 1881
BETHANY, infant, b. 17 November 1881, d. 11 April 1884
BETHANY, James W., b. 4 April 1824, d. 10 June 1889
BETHANY, Thomas, b. 16 February 1777, d. 6 April 1869
BETHANY, Thomas A., b. 2/6/1905, d. 22 January 1864
FLAKE, Mary, b. No date given, d. 4 January 1865
FLAKE, Stubin O., b. No date given, d. 15 December 1879
INFANT, infant, b. 15 July 1885, d. 17 August 1886, Infant son of E. C. and S. E.
MINTON, infant, b. 30 October 1875, d. 18 November 1875
OGG, Walter, b. 11 November 1829, d. 1 June 1881
TISON, Adrianna C., b. 10 October 1828, d. 1 July 1880

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