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Gillespie County Cemeteries P-R

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Pape Ranch Cemetery

Passmore, Andrew Jackson Family Cemetery

Pat & Wayne Rogers Ranch Cemetery

  • Aka Turnkett Graves, Pat & Wayne Rogers Ranch Cemetery, Rogers Ranch Graves
  • Located about .5 miles east of I-10 in SW Gillespie County. Near Hains Branch, 1 mile north of Gillespie County line.
  • Three graves: Two graves on the old Ed Peril place at Pillar Rock, Jacob Turknett, Jr. and John S. C. Turknett. Both were beaten to death by bullwhips by the men of Col. James M. Duff. - Texas Historic Site Atlas

Paupers Cemetery >>

Peril Cemetery >>

Peter Burg Cemetery

  • Located behind the So Grape Creek School off Hwy 290 across from Frantzen Lane
  • Peter Burg Headstone photos from the Fredericksburg and Gillespie County Genealogy Cemetery Photo Collection.

Petri - Lungkwitz Graves

  • Richard Petri and Frederike Lungkwitz; located on private property
  • Petri-Lungkwitz Graves Headstone photos from the Fredericksburg and Gillespie County Genealogy Cemetery Photo Collection

Petri Family Cemetery

Philip Brandon Turknett Grave

  • One grave on the Old Ed Peril place. Located about .7 miles east of 783, 2 miles east of Peril Cemetery.
  • Murdered by Col. Duff’s men. An 8-year-old boy got away and made his way back home. He and his mother returned and buried the other Turknetts at Pillar Rock, a landmark on the place. - Texas Historic Sites Atlas

Phillip Crenwelge Family Cemetery

  • Squaw Creek, Restricted access to cemetery

Phillip Hartmann Family Cemetery >>

Pioneer Cemetery >>

Precious Memories Cemetery

Rainer, Gaston Cemetery

  • Aka James W. Gartrell Ranch Cemetery
  • Near Fall Prong
  • On the Ranch of James W. Gartrell Jr. Tombstone reads “Gaston Ranier, Born September 17, 1839. Murdered by Ed Janes July 4, 1884.Gartrell Jr. Ed Janes and Gaston Rainer had a disagreement, and bitter feelings had arisen between them. Janes rode his horse up near Rainer, who was also on horseback, and shot him. Ed Janes ran from the law for 8 years. He finally gave himself up, was tried for the killing, and was acquitted. - Texas Historic Sites Atlas

Ranselben Cemetery

  • Located north off Ransleben Road (River Road) near Pedernales River. About 4.2 miles south of Fredericksburg. Take Hwy 16 south from Fredericksburg to Boos Road. Take Boos Road and cross Pedernales River staying right (west). Boos Road ends at Ransleben Road. Go west on Ransleben Road for about .3-.4 miles. Cemetery is located between river and the road on the north side of the road.  On Private Property.
  • Ransleben Family Cemetery Graves at findagrave.com

Richard Kast Cemetery

  • Doss, Restricted access to the cemetery

Riley Cemetery

  • Crabapple, Restricted access to the cemetery

Rode Cemetery >>

  • Aka Rode Cemetery No. 2, Rode Grave, Cave Creek off of Rode Road near FM 2721.

Rode Cemetery >>

  • Aka Rode Cemetery No. 1, Off of Cherry Springs Road, between Kothe Road and Cherry Springs

Rode Cemetery >>

  • Aka Dietrich Rode Cemetery, V-R Road off of Cherry Springs

Rogers Ranch Graves

  • Aka Turnkett Graves, Pat & Wayne Rogers Ranch Cemetery
  • Located about .5 miles east of I-10 in SW Gillespie County. Near Hains Branch, 1 mile north of Gillespie County line.
  • Three graves: Two graves on the old Ed Peril place at Pillar Rock, Jacob Turknett, Jr. and John S. C. Turknett. Both were beaten to death by bullwhips by the men of Col. James M. Duff. - Texas Historic Site Atlas

Ruebsahm Family Cemetery

  • Located on private property
  • Ruebsahm Family Headstone photos from the Fredericksburg and Gillespie County Genealogy Cemetery Photo Collection

Rusche Cemetery >>



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