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Christian Union Cemetery

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This monument was placed at Peatown Cemetery in
rememberance of some buried at Christian Union

Christian Union Cemetery was a small white cemetery that has now become a colored cemetery. The original portion that was once used by white people is grown up and in the underbrush. The colored portion is fairly well kept and is now known as the Post Oak Union Cemetry and is found off Hwy 149 close to Lakeport. The below information is what has been found on the original Christian Union Cemetery.

David Holloway
b. 1783 - Georgia          d. 1856 - Texas

Mary Hardigree     W/o David Holloway
b. In Georgia        d. 1849 - Texas

Mary Gartrell Holloway     W/o John T. Holloway
b. In Georgia        d. 1859 - Texas

Mary Holloway Blakeley     W/o John Blakeley; D/o David & Mary
d. 1864                    Holloway. One son - Polk Blakeley.

Sarah Burton Holloway      D/o James & Sarah Holloway; Never married
d. 1870 

Lizzie H. Robertson & Baby      D/o James & Sarah Holloway
d. 1871


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