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Harris Cemetery


10 mi E, .5 mi N of Hwy 190 on CR 132

East of San Saba off 190. North of 190 on county road.


Harris Cemetery. This burial ground was apparently already in use in 1874 when A.J. and Ellen Crawford deeded it to trustees D.A. harris, A.J. Wells, James Wayland, F. Brookerson and W.L. Adams as part of a five-acre site to be used for a school and place of worship. The earliest dated grave is that of N.M. Baker (1819-1877). The 1868 stone of James L. Crawford, A.J. Crawford’s father, was relocated here from nearby Crawford-Whitehurst Cemetery after a flood but his remains are lost. A physical reminder of early San Saba County history, Harris Cemetery is maintained by an association and continues to serve the community.  Historic Texas Cemetery – 2000  - Historical Marker Text.


Harris Cemetery Transcription from the USGenWeb Archives

Harris Cemetery Transcription from

Harris Cemetery Graves at


Harris Cemetery Photos from the Texas Tombstone Project

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