Saul Cemetery

Hutto vicinity, Williamson County, Texas

Cemeteries of Texas Coordinator:  Brenda E. Wiggins

 

Information provided by the State of Texas Atlas Site

 

Location:  1 mile west of Normanís crossing on FM 1660, 5 miles southeast of Hutto on FM 1660

 

Marker:

The Saul family settled along Brushy Creek in Williamson County about 1850. One brother, Charles Saul (b. 1818) bought this 640-acre tract in 1862. This part of the ranch was first used as a family burial ground upon Charles' death on June 22, 1870. The cemetery has twenty-three marked graves dated from 1870 to 1918, including that of Charles' wife Louisa (Dawson) Saul (1814-1887). According to tradition, the cemetery contains a number of unmarked slave graves. This property has remained in Saul family ownership for well over a century.