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Loraine 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 Becky Hudgins

Historical Marker: Lone Wolf Mountain, (In the north distance). Named for chief of Kiowa Indians held hostage by General Custer after the Washita Campaign. Later released, swore revenge on white man after son was killed. A clash took place on El Paso Road, North of Ft. Concho. The location of Lone Wolf Mountain. Chief died 1879. (1967)

Location: Take I-20 exit South to Loraine, Texas, from Main Street, go South, following road which goes West. Cemetery is about a mile South of Loraine, on the West side of the road. 

 

 

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Transcriptions by Pat Hudgins and Mary Beth Love

 

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