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Sycamore, Texas

History

Sycamore Cemetery. An 1845 land grant brought pioneers to this area and it is believed that at least some of the graves here marked with only a rock or a post are from those early years of settlement. The oldest dated gravestone is that of a 13-year-old boy, J.I. Jones (1872-1885). Honored in this burial grond are veterans of the Civil War, World War I, World War II, Korea and Vietnam, alongside the citizens that setled this area and have contributed to its history and development. The Sycamore Cemetery continies to serve the community and is maintaned and care for by an association through the donatinos of descendants. - Historic Texas Cemetery-2000. - Historical Marker Text. Location: from Burkeville, travel 5 mi. E on Hwy 63, .5 mi. N. on CR 2110 to first dirt road on right, travel to top of hill to cemetery.

Location

31° 2' 37.104" N, 93° 35' 29.868" W