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Masters Cemetery
Limestone County, Texas

Lat: 31° 23' 46"N, Lon: 96° 29' 54"W

Contributed by Donna Ayres, Jul 22, 2003 [donna@tol-tx.com]. Total records = 16.

From Thornton, go west on FM 1246 about 10 miles. Turn right on LCR 758, and go down about 12 miles. Masters Cemetery is on the left on LCR 758.

This cemetery is in poor shape. It is on property owned by a company who leases it to individuals. The leasers were letting their cows trample these graves. Most headstones were broken. I recorded what I could.

This is very sad. I tried to get back to this Cemetery in 2002, but could not because of growth and cattle. You can not see any signs of this Cemetery. The only way to get there is if you know where it is.

I walked and surveyed this cemetery in 2000. This includes all existing headstones which were readable.

- Donna Ayres

Boatler, Clements P., b. 10-16-1884, d. 12-22-1884, Son of G.W. and M.J. Boatler
Boatler, George W. Sr., b. 6-11-1847, d. 11-29-1916, Born in Scott County, Mississippi, Died in Limestone County, Texas
Boatler, M. J., b. 11-1849, d. 9-28-1885, Wife of G.W, Boatler, Born in Scott County, Mississippi, Died in Limestone County, Texas
Chapman, Joseph P., b. 5-22-1822, d. 6-01-1882
Corley, J. W., b. 12-25-1864, d. 3-8-1898
Crabb, I. C., no dates, 1-28-1891, 40 yrs. 8 mos
Eslick, Richard, b. 7-7-1831, d. 11-30-1904
Gill, M. A., no dates, Mrs. Died at age 65
McKee, W. T., b. 7-23-1855, d. 9-11-1893
Plunkett, W. E., b. 4-22-1905, d. 7-22-1909
Reagan, Josephine Boatler, b. 9-15-18?8, d. 2-26-1900, Wife of J.L. Reagan. Daughter of G.W. and J.J. Boatler
Reynolds, Pearl, b. 11-27-1884, d. 2-17-1902, Wife of T.E. Reynolds
Scott, Myrtle, b. 10-20-1892, d. 9-31-1895, Daughter of J.P. and M.J. Scott
Smith, Francis Hammond, b. 7-1828, d. 9-20-1882
Smith, John, b. 9-1813, d. 5-16-1879
Thompson, Minnie L., b. 12-24-1869, d. 10-14-1889, Wife of J.W. Thompson

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