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and the Navasota District. (His grave marker was missing at the time of the cemetery survey.) Robert Brown Lambdin, A native of Virginia. Son of Rev. William Lambdin and Susan Corner Lambdin. Founded Waco's first newspaper, The Waco Era in Served in 30th regiment of the Texas Cavalry during the Civil War. Was laterAuthor: T. Bradford Willis. Some Notable Persons in First Street Cemetery of Waco, Texas Page: 13 viii, 20 p.: ill., maps ; 28 cm. This book is part of the collection entitled: Texas History Collection and was provided to The Portal to Texas History by the Private Collection of Willis, T. B. Some Notable Persons in First Street Cemetery of Waco, Texas Frank Adams, A Knight of Tabor, International Order of Twelve, Husband of Emma Adams, William M. Anderson, A native of Winchester, Virginia. Came to Waco ca. A pioneer undertaker and furniture dealer. A member of Waco Lodge No. 92, A.F. Some Notable Persons in First Street Cemetery of Waco, Texas. This copyrighted work is presented here through the generosity of the compiler, T. Bradford Willis, DDS, of Waco, TX. His specific permission is necessary for re-publishing, reprinting, or in any other way disseminating this work. See also First Street Cemetery, McLennan County, Texas.
Some notable persons in First Street Cemetery of Waco, Texas / compiled by T. Bradford Willis. Created By: Willis, T. Bradford. Publisher: [Waco, Tex.]: rd Willis, Source: . McLennan County TX Cemetery Records. USA (1,,) > Texas Some Notable Persons In First Street Cemetery US Gen Web Archives. or other burial records kept by the cemetery. Family members were often buried near each other. Some people buried in a cemetery may not have a current tombstone marker. For over a century, Greenwood Cemetery has stood as a final resting place for many Wacoans and as an important marker for city history. Established as a segregated cemetery in , Greenwood sits just off of I Business Some of Waco’s most notable African American citizens—including the great baritone Broadway singer Jules Bledsoe, accomplished professor Dr. Vivienne Lucille Malone. Some Notable Persons in First Street Cemetery of Waco, Texas. Compiled by T. Bradford Willis, DDS, MSD. (Copyright ) Click here to view document (updated Janu ) Now with "Old Sam" (Canis lupus familiaris) Published copies of the Notables are now availablein several libraries in Texas!
First Street Cemetery was declared eligible for the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior/National Park Service and by the Texas Historical Commission in First Street Cemetery has also been designated as an Historic Texas Cemetery and as a State Antiquities Landmark by the Texas Historical. Over the years, Hebrew Rest has served as a place of comfort and remembrance for Jews in Waco. More than just a burial place, the cemetery’s headstones speak to the city’s rich Jewish heritage. One of Waco’s founding fathers, Jacob de Cordova, was a Jewish immigrant from Jamaica. He is the first in a long line of Jewish citizens that have called Waco home. Located in Central Texas, Waco. Forsgard, Waco's first Swedish immigrant and well-known as a confectioner and Civil War veteran, was buried in the eastern section of First Street Cemetery, which was cleared with a . The Genealogy Center» Free Databases» Other States Resources» Some Notable Persons in First Street Cemetery of Waco, Texas. Some Notable Persons in First Street Cemetery of Waco, Texas Previous: Go to page: Next: Printer-friendly view: Previous: Go to page: Next: Library Plaza; Fort Wayne, IN