Knox Cemetery
Submitted by Donald E. Reeves

Directions:  In Corrigan, at the intersection of Hwy 59 and Hwy 287, go north .4 miles, then turn right
    on FM 352. Go 1.2 miles to Ivy Rd. on the right. (It may look like a Private Drive, but there is a
    road sign) Go .1 mile to the cemetery. It will be the 1st one. The other is the Kennedy Cemetery.
    There are no cemetery signs.

All editing by compiler is in {--}.

Knox, Ethel   b-September 27,1905  d-October 19,1905
        "Our darling little Ethel, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. S. J. Knox"
I. F. K. {Stone badly worn} only marks
Knox, J. W.   b-April 9,1840  d-March 20,1918, "Father",  DS w/ L. A.;
        {James Washington Knox s/o James M. Knox & Candice Hicks}
        Footstone:  Serg. CO A 6 Batt. Texas Cav., CSA
                        April 9,1839--March 20,1918  {The dates are different-DER}
Knox, L. A.  b-April 14,1846  d-Jan 8,1911; "Mother";  DS w/ J. W.
        "Safe in the arms of Jesus"; {Louisa Ann Wilcox d/o Alexander J.& Eliza Wilcox-DER}
Knox,  Samuel J.   b-June 17,1877  d-March 2,1918; "Thy loss we deeply feel."
        {brother of J.W. Knox-DER}
Knox, Willard J.  b-April 20,1875  d-September 8,1877; "Only Sleeping"
Marshall, W. W.  b-November 25,1889  d-September 1890;
        "We can safely leave our boy,our darling, in Thy trust."
Stewart, Catherine E.  b-1858  d-1948; Footstone- "Mother"
Stewart, Charles J.  b-April 2,1838  d-April 2,1938; Photo on HS
        Footstone:  PVT Co B 11 Batt  Ga Arty; CSA;  April 2, 1828 -April 2, 1928
        {The dates are different-DER}
Stewart, Dee  b-March 10,1895  d-December 25,1930
Stewart, Douglass  b-December 28,1889  d-August 11,1898;
        "Son of Mr. & Mrs. C. J."
Stewart, Eva & Neva  b-June 11,1919  d-June 11,1919;
        "Infant daughters of Dee and Eva Stewart"
F.E.S  {Possibly infant initials only}
Stewart, Infant son of Dee & Eva b-August 1,1918  d-August 1,1918;
        "A little bud to bloom in Heaven"
Stewart, W. E.   b-January 26,1885  d-August 20,1933
Un-Named -row 2 {Looks like a child}
Unknown- row 2, Mark with stone {no name}
Un-Named- but marked, row 3 {Possibly a child}
Unknown-Stone broken and worn, row 3  {Possibly a child}

Outside the fences, between this and the Knox Cemetery are these headstones:
Tolebert,  Jackie  b. April 30, 1836  d. April 28, 1908
McMichael, Robert B. 1839 - 1924; Co. A, Gould's Battery, 6 Texas Cav.

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