Submitted by Tammy Owens
LOCATION: From FM 20 and FM 535 near Rockne, go SE on 535 for a distance of 4.4 miles to the Watterson Road which is Cnty Rd 207, turn left on 207 and go .4 miles to Cnty Rd 208, turn right and follow this road for 2.2 miles to the end of the road. Entrance to former Eastland property is a locked metal gate on the left. Cemetery is on the west bank of Sandy Creek.
State Historical grave marker: Nicholas Washington Eastland was born in Kentucky in 1804, came to Texas in 1834, a Volunteer Soldier in Captain Horton's Company, Colonel Fannin's Command. In the spring of 1836 he escaped capture in the Battle of Colete, died 1891.
Banks, Charles Q 3/11/1886 10/10/1889 Charles "Dinkle" Banks Eastland, Agnes Dibrell 1897 1904 Eastland, Bell x 1903 Eastland, Clifton x 1900 Eastland, Fannie Bates Moore 1804 1859 Eastland, James William 1870 1932 Eastland, Mattie M 1849 1904 Eastland, Melvina Whitworth1868 1904 Eastland, Nicholas Bryant x 1899 Eastland, Nicholas W 1804 1891 B. KY in 1804, came to TX in 1834, Vol. soldier in Capt Horton's Co, Col. Fannin's Command. In spring of 1836 he escapted capture in Battle of Colete, died 1891-Historical marker Eastland, Olivia x x Eastland, Pudgie x x Eastland, Reba x x 2nd wife of Nicholas W Eastland Eastland, Thomas Butler 1827 1857 Eastland, Tiny x x Eastland, William M x x Co B 17 TX Inf CSA Fuller, ? x 1879 Lundy, Joe x 1912 McGuire, Mary Eastland 1835 x McGuire, West x x Nash, Bell x 1876 Nash, Edgar x x Nash, Orlean x x Stranger x x Man found dead on property Wainscott, Baby x 1878 Wainscott, Mrs x 1878 Wainscott, Tom x 1890 Ware, Eliza M 2/16/1839 3/6/1879