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Post Oak Cemetery

Also known as Post Oak Community Cemetery


920 Hartfield Rd, Seguin

County Lane 412C on Jct 539 and FM 467. About a mile from Achterberg Cemetery. 9.3 miles south of Seguin on FM 467; 1.5 miles east on FM 539, .5 miles south on Hartfield Road.


The Post Oak Zion Evangelical Church, established in 1885, served a mostly German community. The families of Gottlieb and Louise Brietzke and Julius and Johanna Schievelbein each donated an acre of land in 1894 to their church for cemetery purposes. The first documented grave in the cemetery is that of 10-year old Julius Radatz who died in 1888. More than 169 graves are contained here including many of the area's pioneer settlers and their descendants. The cemetery contained two large post oaks on the grounds, and continues to serve the local area. (1996) - Historical Marker Text


Post Oak Cemetery Transcription from the Guadalupe County TXGenWeb site

Post Oak Cemetery  Transcription from the USGenWeb Archives

Post Oak Cemetery Second Transcription from the USGenWeb Archives

Post Oak Cemetery Graves at 

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