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Carolyn Davis Bonnet
RE: A. Starr
No problem!! I have those senior moments, minutes myself!!!
Added by Carolyn Davis Bonnet on Jun 26, 2013 9:35 PM
Carolyn Davis Bonnet
A. Starr
I received your email about correcting the date on the headstone for A. Starr at Donoho Cemetery.
I believe the date is actually the death date as the headstone says "Died"- Jan 21 1892.
He couldn't have been born in 1892 and have been a Confederate Soldier as the bottom of the headstone says. I noticed the stone says something about 60 years (it's pretty hard to read). Maybe he was 60 years old when he died, making him born in 1832. If you find any information supporting this, I will be happy to change it.
Added by Carolyn Davis Bonnet on Jun 26, 2013 8:22 PM
John Christeson
RE: A. Tarr
Good Morning,

Who is the manager of this cemetery now. I had contact with a man whose son was farming the place, but I think I've lost his name and number.

Boy Scout Eagle Scout canidates contact us now and then about cleaning up a cemetery and this would be a good one, if we could get in from the other side where I've seen car tracks.

The boy scouts have cleaned up several cemeteries for us, one of them twice it was so overgrown. The problem now is maintaining them.

By the way I work with the Williamson County Historical Commission Cemetery Chairman, which is why I am interested in abandoned cemeteries.


John J. Christeson
Added by John Christeson on Jun 25, 2013 7:34 AM
John Christeson
A. Tarr
I've deleted this memorial.

Thanks for the information. This cemetery is isolated, unattended, abandoned and hard to drive to. I went there several times and had to walk about a quarter of a mile as there was a stream I couldn't cross with my car, only a tractor could do it.


John J. Christeson
Added by John Christeson on Jun 24, 2013 8:35 PM

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