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0194    HOULDER/ROBERTSON

      Location - O'Neals.


      On SR 1733 at intersection of Hwy 96 & SR 1733. Go south on SR 1733, crossing Cattail creek to the farm of John Battle Robertson. The cemetery is located on the left hand side of the road & the Old Robertson home slightly beyond of the right. The cemetery is very well kept. 8 marked graves & 16 unmarked stones.

      Compiler: Mrs Woodley C Warrick, 1976.


  1. Richardson, Celia Houlder   (b. 27 Feb 1805 - d. 7 Apr 1848)
      • wife of A W Richardson
  2. Robertson, Indiana J   (b. 30 Nov 1851 - d. 15 Dec 1924)
      • wife of J H Robertson
  3. Robertson, J H   (b. Feb 1844 - d. 21 Nov 1890)
      • husband of Indiana J Robertson [possibly Jethro, son of William T and Mourning Houlder Robertson. Census 1850 h 555]
  4. Robertson, John   (b. 1832 - d. 1889)
      • husband of Serena Robertson
  5. Robertson, Mourning Houlder   (b. 20 Dec 1807 - d. 16 Sep 1855)
      • wife of William T Robertson. [Census 1850 h 555 possibly, the family name was recorded as Robinson]
  6. Robertson, Serena   (b. 1845 - d. 1920)
      • wife of John Robertson
  7. Stevens, Rhoda Houlder   (b. 29 Nov 1802 - d. 15 Dec 1847)
      • wife of E Stevens
  8. Whitley, Harris H   (b. 28 Oct 1821 - d. 5 Sep 1845)


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