Source: from the book "Houston County (Texas) Cemeteries" (Third Edition), compiled by the Houston County Historical Commission, published 1987. Information on these burials were submitted by Georgia Jolley. This cemetery was started in the 1800's. "Uncle" King Ward, who lived on the Bluff and lived to be 106 years old recalled these burials to Mrs Jolley, and she recorded them and submitted the Slaves names, all of which only had a first name, no last name. These slaves were buried along side Captain Stubblefield and his children in this cemetery on the Trinity River Bluff.
Hall's Bluff Cemetery
Created by: Carol Hoch
Record added: May 02, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 109863425
Added: Dec. 5, 2014
You are not forgotten, loved one, nor will you ever be; as long as life and memory last, we will remember thee. We miss you now, our hearts are sore. As time goes by, we'll miss you more. Your gentle face, no one can fill your vacant place.|
Added: May. 2, 2013