Albert Richie Cemetery

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Albert Richie Cemetery

Also known as Domino Cemetery

Domino, Cass County, Texas, USA
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Albert Richie donated one acre of land for this cemetery between the time of the Civil War and 1900. Albert Richie came to this area as one of Bob Spell's 400 slaves. With the ending of the Civil War and his bondage to Bob Spell, Albert Richie obtained land from Jane Richie. He went to work for Dave Moore on the old plantation now known as the Glass place and worked his own land at night and on week-ends.

This cemetery is predominantly African-American.

Directions: From Queen City, take Hwy 59 North for 8.5 miles to Domino Red Light. Turn right on 3129, cross railroad track, then at top of hill turn right on 3673, then immediately turn left on 3759 (old 3785A). Cemetery is at end of road.


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GPS Coordinates: 33.2603, -94.10933

  • Added: 2 Jan 2000
  • Find A Grave Cemetery: #3265