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Hymen Cemetery

If you have loved ones interned here and they are not listed or do not have markers,

please contact me by email: Christina Palmer-Mitchell County Coordinator 


Photos by Bruce Carter

Location: From Colorado City, Take F.M. 163 South 19 miles to F.M. 2183 and go West 8.6 miles. Cemetery sits on the North side of the road. Hyman is on the right. Hyman is a non-existent town and obviously long abandoned church. There are no signs to indicate a cemetery, but the abandoned church is easy to spot. The cemetery is mowed but not maintained.

Transcriptions by Pat Hudgins and Pearl Smith

Name (Last, First) Birth Death Comments
ANDREWS, David A. June 13, 1851 December 30, 1934  
ANDREWS, Lou Ellen August 28, 1858 February 15, 1928  
ANDREWS, William David October 1, 1927    
BLACK, James M. December 14, 1860 May 30, 1932  
ORAGOO, Baby No Dates    
GOSSETT, Nancy C. May 15, 1856 March 7, 1938  
MINOR, Emmie May November 23, 1877 April 13, 1935  
MINOR, Willodean G. October 28, 1924 April 23, 1945  
MINOR, David Lee November 1, 1897 September 18, 1979 WWII-Army
RAGSDALE, Vernie November 21, 1895 May 4, 1929  
SOLES, Larry Lewis September 28, 1941 June 28, 1942  
WOODARD, Francis Marie April 17, 1927 April 23, 1927  
WOODARD, Sallie B. October 28, 1878 January 28, 1932  
WOODARD, M. Lucille March 3, 1907 February 17, 1925  
No Surname, Robert C No Dates    
Unknown, 6      

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Texas State Coordinator:
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