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Personville Cemetery
Groesbeck, Limestone County, Texas

Lat: 31° 30' 30"N, Lon: 96° 20' 04"W

Contributed by Bruce Jordan, Oct 17, 2004 [bjordan@glade.net]. Total records = 8.

From the intersection of Hwy 164 and FM 39 go west on Hwy 164 towards Groesbeck for .2 mile. The cemetery will be visible on your right.

The Personville Cemetery was established in 1861. Rumor has it that there were several headstones removed from this cemetery. The cemetery is well maintained. The last burial was in 1905.

I compiled these records after reading this cemetery in April of 2004. It includes all existing headstones.

- Bruce Jordan

Allen, Dean, b. 10 Nov 1881, d. 21 Feb 1900, s/o C.W. & F.A. Allen
Allen, F. A., b. 18 May 1855, d. 31 Dec 1905, w/o C. W. Allen
Person, B. D., b. 1816, d. 8 Jan 1861, Aged 45 years (Marker not located in 2004 survey.)*
Person, Martha L., b. 12 Sep 1850, d. 30 Dec 1867, d/o B.D. & Amanda Person
Person, R. B., d. 1 Aug 1888, Aged 23 Y's. 11 M's. & 14 D's
Person, Robbie Lee, b. 25 Jul 1888, d. 15 Nov 1888, d/o R.B. & E.L. Person
Wren, Hattie, b. 12 Jun 1889, d. 5 Oct 1889, s/w Lonie Wren, d/o W.J. & S.C. Wren
Wren, Lonie, b. 20 Mar 1888, d. 12 Jun 1888, s/w Hattie Wren, d/o W.J. & S.C. Wren

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