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Garden of Memories

Garden of Memories Photo from the Texas Historic Sites Atlas.

Also known as Paducah Cemetery

Directions

Starting at SH 83 and US 70 south, 6 blocks to FM 1038. TxDot green highway marker with arrow turn left 6 blocks. Cemetery directly in front of you.

Information

PO Box 805 Paducah TX 79248

Burials from 1892 to present

History

Historic Cemeteries Marker dedicated 2004

Martin, Emmett - Son of trapper, J. A. Martin. In 1898, at the age of ten, Emmett was sent to his home in Shinnery settlement to remain overnight and return the next day with provisions for his father's trapping camp, ten miles south. While returning to the camp, he was caught in a blizzard, losing his way. Night fell and he perished from the cold. His frozen body was found several days later in King County. Recorded, 1967 Incise on Base: Erected by Paducah Jaycees, 1967- Historical Marker in Cemetery

Transcriptions

Garden of Memories Transcription from the USGenWeb archives

Garden of Memories Transcription from Cemeteries-of-Texas.com

Garden of Memories Cemetery Transcription from the Cottle County TXGenWeb site

Garden of Memories Cemetery Graves listed at findagrave.com.  Over 4300 graves listed.

Garden of Memories Transcription from interment.net

Photos

Garden of Memories Photos from the Texas Tombstone Project

Garden of Memories Photo from the Texas Historic Sites Atlas



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