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Barton Cemetery

Barton Cemetery Photo from the Historic Sites Atlas.


Downtown Buda, south on Loop 4, right on FM 2770, right on FM 1626, .6 miles left into gravel road, entrance set back from road


This property was part of a Mexican land grant awarded to Ben Milam in 1826. James U. Barton (1814-1893) brought his family to Texas from alabama in the 1850s and established a farm at this site. The first burial in this cemetery is believed to be that of Barton's infant granddaughter, ella May Ligon, who died in 1873. Other relatives and neighbors in the Mountain City community also were buried here, and James barton officially deeded 3.25 acres of land for the graveyard in 1881. The Barton Cemetery continues to serve residents of this area. - Historical Marker Text Marker erected 1991.

History and Photos from the Hays County Historical Commission.  Scroll down the page to Barton Cemetery.

History from the Hays County TXGenWeb site


Transcription from the Texas Tombstone Project


Cemetery Photos from the Texas Tombstone Project

Barton Cemetery Photo from the Historic Sites Atlas.

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