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Jamison Chapel Cemetery
Red River County,

To reach this cemetery, go north from Clarksville on Hwy 37, turning right opposite FM 2283. Then turn left at the first road, about two city blocks, and go about one city block, the cemetery will be on the right. The oldest record we could find was an instrument made on 1 May 1889 and filed for record on 1 May 1889 in Book CH Vol 16 Page 137 transferring 1.5 acres of the William Sims survey from J. P. Jamison to Jamison Chapel School and Church. The oldest marked grave was that of Tommy Thurmond (originally buried as a Jamison) who died in 1891.

Photo courtesy of Lawrence & Sue Dale

Contributed on 8/6/18

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Record #: 170042

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Submitted: 8/6/18 • Approved: 8/7/18 • Last Updated: 8/10/18 • R170042-G0-S3

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