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Phillip Hartmann Family Cemetery

Phillip Hartman Family Cemetery, Photo from Google Earth

Also known as Hartmann Cemetery


Located off US 290, near Loudon Road. 4.4 mi. W of Fredericksburg.


Philipp Hartmann and Elisabeth Crenwelge were married in their homeland of Bruchweiler, Prussia in 1853. They and their two children immigrated to Texas in 1855, arriving at the Port of Galveston. They settled in the Live Oak area near Fredericksburg, where Philipp became a farmer and butcher. Nine more children were born to the family; the four who died in infancy and early childhood are a testament to the hard conditions of 19th century life. The family established this cemetery 100 yards north of their homestead in 1859. Elisabeth died in 1877 and Philipp remarried the following year. His new wife, Rosina Hildebrand, bore four children; two died young. Philipp died in 1911 and Rosina died in 1913, leaving a large and prosperous family. The Hartmann Cemetery remains a fine example of a German immigrant family graveyard. - Historical Marker Text.  Marker erected 1999.

Transcriptions and Photos

Philipp Hartmann Family Cemetery Graves at

Phillipp Hartmann Family Headstone photos from the Fredericksburg and Gillespie County Genealogy Cemetery Photo Collection

Cemetery Photo Showing Historical Marker from

Cemetery Photo (above) from GoogleEarth

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