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Stonewall Community Cemetery
Also known as Weinheimer-Stonewall Cemetery, Stonewall Cemetery
Located on Cemetery Road, S of US 290, across from the Fire Station
Stonewall Community Cemetery This cemetery originally served the settlement of Millville, laid out by Israel Nuñez, who operated a stage stop in the vicinity after the Civil War. Although he set aside land for the cemetery, it was not formally deeded until 1934 by J.O. Walker. The earliest marked gravesite is that of William Jacobs (d. 1879). The settlement of Millville became Stonewall in 1875, and the cemetery remained in Active use until 1939. Burials resumed in 1966, and a cemetery association formed three years later. The site is a landmark of local history. Historic Texas Cemetery - 2002. - Historical Marker Text.
Transcriptions and Photos
Stonewall Community Cemetery Headstone photos from the Fredericksburg and Gillespie County Genealogy Cemetery Photo Collection
Stonewall Cemetery Transcription from the Gillespie County TXGenWeb site
Stonewall Community Cem Photo from Cemeteries of Texas
Stonewall Community Cemetery Graves at findagrave.com
Stonewall Community Cemetery Transcription from the USGenWeb Archives
Stonewall Community Cemetery Photos from the Texas Tombstone Project