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Hughes-Hyden Cemetery
Limestone County, Texas

Lat: 31° 27' 12"N, Lon: 96° 27' 46"W

Contributed by Bruce Jordan, Aug 10, 2003 [bjordan@glade.net]. Total records = 11.

From Groesbeck, go south on FM 937 about 10 miles. The cemetery is located on the left on FM 937. It is in a small grove of trees and is clearly visible from the road.

Eady Penetha Hyden married Jacob C. Hughes. This is the link that brought these two families together in this cemetery. There is a marker in the small cemetery which reads "In loving memory of loved ones burried in this Hyden-Hughes Cemetery from 1846. Hyden-Hughes, Rasco-Bates."

This is a family cemetery and is being maintained by the families. Only family members are still being buried there.

I walked and read this cemetery Aug 05, 2003.

- Bruce Jordan

Hughes, Arthur, b. 26 Sep 1885, d. 10 Sep 1886, s/w Luther D. Hughes
Hughes, Eady Penetha, b. 7 Mar 1865, d. 27 Mar 1947, s/w Jacob C. Hughes
Hughes, Jacob C., b. 22 May 1863, d. 25 Jan 1953, s/w Eady Penetha Hughes
Hughes, Luther D., b. 2 Jan 1888, d. 28 Apr 1889, s/w Arthur Hughes
Hyden, Alexander, b. 10 Oct 1812, d. 1 Mar 1888, s/w W. Jane Hyden
Hyden, Rowland, b. 1859, d. before 1870, Son of Alexander and Wilmoth Hyden
Hyden, W. Jane, b. 10 Apr 1828, d. 17 May 1896, s/w Alexander Hyden
Ingle, Lyda P., b. 1 Oct 1880, d. 11 Jun 1881, Daughter of W. B. & Mary S. Ingle, s/w Mary S. Ingle
Ingle, Mary S., b. 3 Dec 1855, d. 25 Jul 1881, Wife of W. B. Ingle, s/w Lyda P. Ingle
J. B. D., no dates
Rasco, Jemima D. Hyden, b. 1839, d. 1895, Daughter of Alexander and Ellender Rasco

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