Dido Cemetery

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Dido Cemetery

Morris-Dido-Newark Rd (RR 1220)
Dido, Tarrant County, Texas, 76179 USA
Phone 817-536-4715
Memorials 1,903 added (97% photographed)

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Located in Tarrant County, about 20 miles from Fort Worth, TX. Dido is a very small community closest to Saginaw, TX.

Marker reads: Dido Cemetery - The earliest marked grave in this cemetery is that of Amanda Thurmond (1878-1879), granddaughter of Dave Thurmond, who in 1848 first settled this area. Dempsey S. Holt donated three acres in 1887 for a school, church and cemetery. Dr. Isaac L. Van Zandt, a pioneer physician and Confederate veteran, deeded additional land in 1894. The Village of Dido was named for the mythological Queen of Carthage. A thriving community with a Post Office and stores, Dido declined after the railroad bypassed it in the 1890s. Among the 1,000 graves here are those of many pioneer families. (1977)


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GPS Coordinates: 32.9518, -97.48484

  • Added: 12 Nov 2000
  • Find A Grave Cemetery: #234594