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Mule Creek Cemetery

Mule Creek Cemetery photo from the Texas Historic Sites Atlas


3.9 miles from Tennyson and 1 mile from SH 277.

4.5 miles southwest of Tennyson on US 277, at its intersection with FM 2333


Burials from late 19th century to present


Established by pioneers of Mule Creek community, a small frontier settlement founded in 19th century. Said to be named either for (1) an early horse and mule ranch, or (2) a stagecoach mule that died at a creek which runs nearby. The Abilene-Fort Concho stage once served area. For years principal building in here was a combination school church, since 20th century, shift to urban living has diminished population of Mule Creek. Inscriptions of tombstones chronicle history of community. In spring, grounds are covered with bluebonnets, state flower. (1971) - Historical Marker Text


Mule Creek Cemetery Transcription from the USGenWeb Archives

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Mule Creek Cemetery Photos from the Texas Tombstone Project

Mule Creek Cemetery photo from the Texas Historic Sites Atlas

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