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Campbell's Bayou Cemetery
Galveston County,

Cemetery is closed.
Campbell's Bayou Cemetery, sometime called Campbell Cemetery, is several miles west of Highway 3, off Highway 197, near Swan Lake (29.347'N – 94.901'W) in Texas City, Texas. The cemetery is fenced, gated, and there are no tombstones remaining. This cemetery is closed to the public, but you can obtain permission to visit the cemetery from Campbell Bayou Facility, Gulf Coast Waste Disposal Authority, 1600 Campbell Road, Texas City, Texas by calling 409-935-4783.
"During the Civil War a covered wagon came to James and Mary Campbell's home. This family had a very sick child and Mrs. Campbell took them in and did all she could to help with the little one, but she died that night.
There were no cemeteries so Mrs. Campbell gave a plot of ground for the little girl. That was the beginning of Campbell's Bayou Cemetery."
All Burials Listed are from the Vertical File, Moore Memorial Public Library, Texas City, Texas.

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Contributed on 5/24/15

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Record #: 70438

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Submitted: 5/24/15 • Approved: 5/24/15 • Last Updated: 3/25/18 • R70438-G0-S3

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