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Also known as Lohn Grave Yard
Lohn Annex Cemetery (Small Lohn Cemetery) is enclosed in a fence next to Lohn Cemetery.
FM 504, Lohn
From the courthouse in Brady, go northwest on Hwy 87 for 4 miles. When you reach the lighted intersection, turn right on Hwy 283. Go approximately 10 miles and turn left on Farm to Market Hwy 504. The cemetery is on the right side of the road right before you reach the town of Lohn.
Lohn Cemetery German native Boi Albert Cornils immigrated as a young adult to this area in 1884 and wed another young immigrant, Bertha Lembke. The couple settled on ranchland east of Lohn and reared five children. In 1896, they deeded five acres for a free public school adjacent to a community burial ground on their property. Several unmarked graves may predate the first recorded burial, that of Heinrich Rudolph (d. 1883). A cemetery association formed in 1972 to oversee maintenance. Today, with several hundred graves, including many veterans, the cemetery preserves the history of Lohn and its residents. Historic Texas Cemetery - 2002
Lohn Cemetery Transcription from Cemeteries-of-Texas.com
Lohn Cemetery Graves at findagrave.com
Lohn Annex Cemetery Transcription from Cemeteries-of-Texas.com
Small Lohn & Small Melvin Cemetery Transcription from the USGenWeb Archives