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Unknown Cemetery, La Gloria SR-C027

Cemetery photo from the Texas Historic Sites Atlas

Texas Historical Commission Number SR-C027


From FM 755 in La Gloria, go 1.4 miles west on FM 1017 W. Turn right at Joseph Lopez Rd. and go 1.8 miles north. Turn right at entrance to Sal Colorada Ranch and go 0.5 mile to locked gate/cattle guard at Ranch house. Continue through locked gate and turn immediately right, following dim road though second gate, and across field for approx. 954 ft. (0.18 mile). Cemetery is on south side of dim road. This cemetery is moderately endangered. It is a map feature, but it is located in a remote area on private property. It is fully fenced, and selected sections are regularly maintained. There are no cemetery signs posted. Cemetery features include:   ceramic photographs, grave slabs, formal granite and marble markers, locally cast and homemade concrete markers, metal funeral markers, and wooden markers. One burial plot that contains two graves is enclosed by an ornamental cast iron fence. Some older grave markers are fallen, leaning, or missing. An decorative arch with the name "Saenz" has been erected over three graves near the cemetery entrance. These graves are well maintained and visited frequently.  - Directions from the Starr County TXGenWeb site


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Cemetery photo from the Texas Historic Sites Atlas

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