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Hill (aka Hill Family) Cemetery
Houston County,
Texas

Latitude & Longitude:
31° 13' 47.36048999988", -95° 11' 35.47822999992"

Texas State Historical Marker
This family cemetery was established in November 1900 when Maxie Gregg Hill (1859-1935) and his wife Mollie (Dominy) (1869-1942) set aside a plot of land on their farm to bury their son, Dudley, who died at the age of four months. Maxie Gregg and Mollie Hill, eleven of their sixteen children and several generations of their descendants are interred in the Hill Cemetery. It has been the site of numerous family reunions over the years. Among the graves here are those of veterans of World War I, World War II, Korea, and Vietnam.

*Photo courtesy of Margie Oliver-Brown

Contributed on 6/12/20 by MryAl8
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Record #: 324755

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Submitted: 6/12/20 • Approved: 6/12/20 • Last Updated: 6/15/20 • R324755-G0-S3

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