Photo by Carolyn Mioduski
Runnels Co. Cemeteries of Texas
Submitted by Pat Hudgins
This information came from the "Cook County Cemeteries Epitaphs and Dates" book, was compiled and printed in 1990 by Bonita Copeland and Wanda Smith and used with permission
Traveling from Bronte toward Ballinger on Highway 158, this cemetery is 1.8 miles from the Coke County line. Turn right just before entering Maverick and go one-fourth mile, the cemetery is next to the road.
Bowman, J. K. December 5, 1856 September 26, 1909
Brown, W. H. October 21, 1853 September 19, 1875
STATE HISTORICAL MARKER;
Born in Georgia, with his parents
Came to Texas in 1857. He and a brother,
John were Texas Rangers. W. H. “Billy”
Brown serving June to December 1874.
Billy Brown was the last man killed
By Indians in Runnels County, in a
Fight to regain stolen horses.
Buff, Jewell R. November 27, 1909 November 22, 1914
Graham, infant June 4, 1906 June 26, 1906
Marshall, G. N. January 6, 1845 March 23, 1886
Sinclair, D. A. November 14, 1837 January 27, 1881
Teague, Alma 1913 1914
Note: There are 22 graves marked with Rocks or slabs, with no names or dates