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 Hendrick Arnold

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Hendrick Arnold

Birth
Kentucky, USA
Death
9 Nov 1849 (aged 44–45)
Bexar County, Texas, USA
Burial
Bexar County, Texas, USA
Memorial ID
29364573 View Source

Hendrick ARNOLD was born in 1804 in KY. He died on 9 Nov 1849 in Bexar Co., TX and was buried in Medina Ranch Cemetery, Bexar Co., TX.

Hendrick married Mary I DURAN. Mary was born about 1815 in of TX.

They had the following children:

Mary Ann ARNOLD was born on 7 May 1833 and died on 3 Aug 1925.

Guadelupe ARNOLD was born about 1838.

Jane Francis ARNOLD
was born on 31 Jan 1842 and died on 11 Feb 1925.


Found the following in Cemeteries of Bexar County, Texas, Volume 3, published by the San Antonio Genealogical & Historical Society.

Arnold/Medina Ranch Cemetery. Mapsco: 677-F1, GPS: N29*20.625 W098*43.230.

This cemetery was established in 1849 and is located on private property owned by Strauss Medina Ranch. To reach the cemetery, travel 2.5 miles south of Highway 90 on W.T. Montgomery Road. Turn left into Strauss Medina Ranch Road. Drive 1.15 miles to a gate across the road. The cemetery is located on the north bank of the Medina River, about 0.14 miles past the gate. The cemetery is the burying place of Hendrick Arnold, who was given this land by the Republic of Texas for his services as a soldier, according to a plaque on the gate. He served as a scout and participant in the seige and capture of San Antonio 5-10 Dec. 1835 and was a member of Deaf Smith's spy company at the Battle of San Jacinto. He died of Cholera in 1849. For more information on Arnold, see the article published 2 Aug. 1981 in Section H3 of the San Antonio Express News. See also The Handbook of Texas, 1:71. Stones in the grave are flat and have only names engraved upon them. A monument placed in the cemetery in 1936 by the State of Texas, says Arnold was born in Kentucky in 1804 and died 9 Nov. 1849.

Arnold, Hendrick
Arnold, Katherine
Adams, William C., Sr.
Adams, William C., Jr.
Adams, Mary Ann
Adams, Ophelia K.
McDonald, Charles M.
McDonald, Guadalupe
Boling, Joseph

Hendrick ARNOLD was born in 1804 in KY. He died on 9 Nov 1849 in Bexar Co., TX and was buried in Medina Ranch Cemetery, Bexar Co., TX.

Hendrick married Mary I DURAN. Mary was born about 1815 in of TX.

They had the following children:

Mary Ann ARNOLD was born on 7 May 1833 and died on 3 Aug 1925.

Guadelupe ARNOLD was born about 1838.

Jane Francis ARNOLD
was born on 31 Jan 1842 and died on 11 Feb 1925.


Found the following in Cemeteries of Bexar County, Texas, Volume 3, published by the San Antonio Genealogical & Historical Society.

Arnold/Medina Ranch Cemetery. Mapsco: 677-F1, GPS: N29*20.625 W098*43.230.

This cemetery was established in 1849 and is located on private property owned by Strauss Medina Ranch. To reach the cemetery, travel 2.5 miles south of Highway 90 on W.T. Montgomery Road. Turn left into Strauss Medina Ranch Road. Drive 1.15 miles to a gate across the road. The cemetery is located on the north bank of the Medina River, about 0.14 miles past the gate. The cemetery is the burying place of Hendrick Arnold, who was given this land by the Republic of Texas for his services as a soldier, according to a plaque on the gate. He served as a scout and participant in the seige and capture of San Antonio 5-10 Dec. 1835 and was a member of Deaf Smith's spy company at the Battle of San Jacinto. He died of Cholera in 1849. For more information on Arnold, see the article published 2 Aug. 1981 in Section H3 of the San Antonio Express News. See also The Handbook of Texas, 1:71. Stones in the grave are flat and have only names engraved upon them. A monument placed in the cemetery in 1936 by the State of Texas, says Arnold was born in Kentucky in 1804 and died 9 Nov. 1849.

Arnold, Hendrick
Arnold, Katherine
Adams, William C., Sr.
Adams, William C., Jr.
Adams, Mary Ann
Adams, Ophelia K.
McDonald, Charles M.
McDonald, Guadalupe
Boling, Joseph


Inscription

Stones in the grave are flat and have only names engraved upon them.

Gravesite Details

HENDRICK ARNOLD AT 'THE HANDBOOK OF TEXAS'


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