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Rockport Cemetery

Rockport Cemetery photo from the Texas Historic Sites Atlas


Hwy 35 south to Rockport. East on Tule Park Drive to cemetery at end of road.

In Rockport off Picton Lane, l5 blocks west of 1800 block of Broadway. Tule Park Road, 1.25 miles east of SH 35


This cemetery has served the citizens of Rockport and Fulton for over a century. The oldest marked grave is that of Emma Fulton (d. 1876), granddaughter of George Ware Fulton, who was instrumental in the development of the area and was interred in the cemetery in 1893. A large number of burials took place here in 1918, the year of a devastating influenza epidemic. The cemetery contains the graves of veterans of the Texas Revolution, Civil War, World War I, World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. The Rockport Cemetery Association maintains the historic graveyard. (1988) - Historical Marker Text


Rockport Cemetery Transcription from the Aransas County TXGenWeb site

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Rockport Cemetery photo from the Texas Historic Sites Atlas

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