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Pleasant Valley Cemetery


From Buffalo Springs take FM 3077 2 miles south. Continue straight on dirt road about one mile, take the next right turn and continue south about .7 miles.


The community of Pleasant Valley was begun following the Civil War. A one-room schoolhouse was built for the residents of the area and also served as a place of worship. This cemetery, located near the school site, was established in 1883 on land donated by pioneer settler Jim Draer. The earliest documented burial is that of Lydia Bowman (1873-1883). Many early settlers are interred in the cemetery, as are veterans of the Civil War, World War I, World War II, and Korea. A cemetery association maintains the historic graveyard. - Historical Marker Text. Marker erected 1988.


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