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Fulton Cemetery

Fulton Cemetery photo from the Texas Historic Sites Atlas


At the intersection of Myrtle St, 4th and 5th streets, Fulton

Located on the north side of Myrtle St. in Fulton, between N. Fulton Beach Road (to the east) and N 5th Street (the west.)


Land for this community graveyard was set aside when the town of Fulton was platted by George Ware Fulton in 1868. The earliest documented burial is that of a child, Louis L. I. Greenough (1868-1869). The large number of children's graves attests to the often harsh conditions of pioneer life. Also interred here are European immigrant settlers, prominent local citizens, and veterans of the Civil War, World War I, World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. A brush fire in 1947 destroyed many of the early wooden markers, leaving some unmarked graves. (1989) - Historical Marker Text


Fulton Cemetery Transcription from the Aransas County TXGenWeb site

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Fulton Cemetery photo from the Texas Historic Sites Atlas

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