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Pin Oak Cemetery
Hill County, Texas

Lat: 31° 49' 26"N, Lon: 96° 47' 18"W

Pin Oak Cemetery is a very old cemetery, founded in 1869, and in need of care. It is situated south of Hubbard on the west side of Hwy 171, out close to dump grounds.

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 20.

Contributor's Index:

Clark, Bettie, d. Feb 08, 1881 aged 22yr 1mo 25 dys, d/o PFM & EA Lucas, w/o J.L.Clark, [BB]
Bowman, Albert S., b. Jan 09, 1883 Feb 10, 1888, s/o EB & ME Bowman, [BB]
Bowman, Albert S., b. Jan 9,1883, d. Feb 10,1883, s/o EE & ME Bowman, [BB]
Bowman, Katie A., b. Jul 07,1876, d. May 6, 18--, d/o EE & ME Bowman, [BB]
Bowman, Katie I., b. Jul 07, 1875 May 06, 1879, d/o EB & ME Bowman, [BB]
Chapman, James F., b. Sep 07, 1876 Sep 02, 1880, s/o TJ & FJ Chapman, [BB]
Killough, Annie, b. Apr 10, 1791, d. Jan 11, 1874, (Annie Peeler Killough), [BB]
Lucas, E. G., b. Jul 10,1850, d. Oct 16,1884, w/o BM Lucas, [BB]
Lucas, Eugenia, b. Jul 09, 1870, d. Aug 08, 1871, d/o PFM & EA Lucas, [BB]
Lucas, Ida, d. Jan 20, 1881, 20yrs 7mo, w/o NC Lucas, [BB]
Lucas, Infant, d. Feb 7,1879, Son, [BB]
Lucas, J. M., b. Nov 14, 1834, d. Dec 06, 1878, [BB]
Lucas, Levy, b. Feb 28,1876, d. Oct 27,1877, s/o BM & EG, [BB]
Lucas, Sarah E., d. Aug 12,1862 ( could be 1889)? w/o Henry Lucas, [BB]
Lucas, Sarah Luviga, d. 1895, d/o BM & EG Lucas, [BB]
Lucas, W. A., b. Aug 05, 1864, d. Feb 14, 1884, s/o PFM & EA Lucas, [BB]
Luckie, Disy, b. Jan 29, 1829, d. Dec 1887, d/o JK & AP Killough, [BB]
Luckie, Fannie K., b. Mar 11, 1870, d. Oct 18, 1875, [BB]
Trimble, John E., b. Dec 1,1881, d. blank, [BB]
Trimble, Mary R., b. Sep 19, 1860, d. blank, d/o JE & SJ Trimble, [BB]

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