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Adams/Little Cemetery
Houston County, Texas

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 14.

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Located on the old Archie Adams Farm. About 2 miles down FM 2915 from Hwy 230. Dirt road leads into cemetery on private property.

Adams, Archibald, b.5-15-1842, d.10-8-1914, Original settler, s/o Richard Fields Adams & Eliz Spearman., [**]
Adams, Selia Ann, b.4--29-1843, d.1-26-1918, Selia Ann Harrison w/o Archie, [**]
Adams, Joseph Archie, b.3-9-1883, d.6-4-1887, s/o Archie & Selia, [**]
Adams, James Fields, b.11-12-1867, d.7-12-1935, s/o Archie & Selia, [**]
Adams, Sara Texanna, b.4-29-1868, d.1-6-1918, Sara T. Little w/o James F., [**]
Adams, Essie, b.6-23-1889, d.7-14-1890, s/o James F. & Sara, [**]
Adams, Pearl, b.3-31-1901, d.8-6-1902, d/o James F. & Sara, [**]
Adams, John Quincy, b.5-29-1891, d.9-11-1918, Quincy, s/o James F. & Sara, [**]
Adams, Silas Graves, b.9-18-1854, d.4-5-1932, Cemetery marker has 9-16-1853 and Silas S. for (Sinkfield), s/o Richard Fields Adams & Eiliz. Spearman, [**]
Adams, Georgia Anna, b.12-15-1898, d.2-12-1889, d/o William F.Adams & Lula Etheridge, [**]
Adams, Walter Morris, b.6-24-1896, d.7-4-1897, s/o T.G. Adams & Minnie Gardner, Some data has Norris instead of Morris, [**]
Little, Thomas Amos, b.6-28-1844, d.7-6-1907, [GT]
Little, Margaret Shaw, b.12-26-1848, d,10-9-1897, w/o T.A. Little, [**]
Peacock, Irene, b.11-27-1910, d.1-20-1915, d/o Mary Adams & Wm.Peacock, grand-daughter of Archie., [**]

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