Blanco Co Cemeteries of Tx
Submitted by Joel Honeycutt and Pat Althaus
Prepared for Cemeteries of
TX by Wanda Qualls
Used with permission of the
Blanco County Historical Commission, 101 Pitchfork, Johnson City, TX
Location: The Harmon Cemetery is located on 281 South 290 East - .2 mile outside
Johnson City city limits - on right. In 1985 on property adjacent to the Lydon Hobbs residence.
Last Name First Name Birth Death
Vaden A. J. May 30 1828 Jun 09 1899
Leave you, dear friends, for a heavenly land, but hope you are long will join the heavenly band.
Grave fenced with iron fence.
The following graves are enclosed with a iron fence.
Harmon Ouida Dec 08 1896 Nov 19 1981
Harmon Rev. W. B. Mar 31 1852 Feb 18 1926
I have manifested they name unto the men whcih yo gavest me out of the world.
Harmon Laura Jun 22 1861 Jun 26 1904
Wife of W. B. Harmon. As a wife devoted; as a mother affectionate; as a Christian devoted and
Harmon Cecil Oct 25 1893 Jul 04 1894
Harmon Our Baby Boy Feb 10 1895 Jul 01 1895
Harmon L. Vida G. Nov 29 1885 Jun 28 1886
Sacred to the memory of our children - W. B. and L. A. Harmon. Sweet flowers transplanted
Kemp Mary Feb 19 1887 May 13 1902
Kemp Mary A. Feb 07 1825 Oct 25 1896
Come ye Blessed. In memory of Mary A., wife of W. A. Kemp. Our mother. In God's
morn her orb will rise; once more a star of Paradise.
Kemp Jessie Feb 01 1899 Jun 12 1899
Daughter of W. A. and B. Z. Kemp. Our darling baby quietly sleeps while loving parents
o'er thee weep.
Harmon Offie M. May 06 1892 Nov 06 1918
Texas Pvt. Q. M. Corps
The following grave is enclosed with an iron fence.
Kemp W. A. Feb 07 1840 Sep 22 1905
The pains of death are past; labor and sorrow cease; and life's long warfare closed at
last; his soul is found in peace.