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Gordon Cemetery
Williamson County, Texas

Contributed by Fred (Ric) Gordon, May 2000 [gordonfinder@sbcglobal.net]. Visit the Gordon Family web site. Total records = 15.

Located 12 miles east of Taylor, Williamson Co., Texas. Personally verified by 1st Cousin 4 times removed, Fred D. Gordon of Taylor, Williamson Co., Texas
"From Taylor City Hall, drive north on Highway 95 4.7 miles. Turn right (east) on FM 1331 and drive 12.4 miles to old house on left. Cemetery is behind outbuildings in grove of trees behind the old house of Andrew and Eliza (Goff) Gordon".

Carter, Seneca, M.D., b. Utica, N.Y. Aug 17, 1804, d. Milam Co., Texas Aug 16, 1858
Daniel, Albion, b. Apr 25, 1855, d. Jun 23, 1890
Daniel, Jane M., d/o Andrew & Eliza "Goff" Gordon, b. Oct 27, 1825, d. Oct 9, 1887
Gordon, Andrew F., s/o Andrew & Eliza "Goff" Gordon, b. Mar 2, 1832, d. Oct 31, 1873
Gordon, Eliza K., consort of Andrew Gordon, b. Apr 17, 1801, d. Jan 18, 1872
Gordon, Harry McDonald, s/o G.L. & L.R. Gordon, b. Dec 16, 1862, d. Oct 30, 1870
Gordon, John Goff, f/o Eliza "Goff" Gordon, b. Mar 9, 1776, d. Feb 19, 1867
Gordon, Sarah E., d/o Andrew & Eliza "Goff" Gordon, b. Sep 14, 1838, d. Feb 28, 1859
Lane, Ella Lee, d/o T. and M.M. Lane, b. Jul 6, 1861, d. Jan 23, 1863
Lane, Thomas F., b. Jan 12, 1863, d. Jan 25, 1874
Lane, Twins, daughters of T. Lane, b. and d. Sep 11, 1873
Lesuour, Eliza K., consort of C.M. Lesuour, b. Sep 8, 1830, d. Jan 11, 1855
McNairy, M., d/o Wm. A. and J.M. Daniel, b. Apr 8, 1856, d. Nov 22, 1860
Robinson, Oscar H., s/o C.K. & E.J. Robinson, b. May 30, 1872, d. Aug 3, 1875
Wiley, Mary J., consort of R.S. Wiley, b. Aug 25, 1828, d. Jan 21, 1855

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