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POWERS FAMILY CEMETERY (Sometimes also called: POWERS, FLOWERS, AND/OR McCALEB CEMETERY)
There are many broken stones and many unidentified graves in this family cemetery; but we have tried to identify those we know are buried here.
POWERS, Elijah P. (often called Elijah, Sr. - although his middle initial and that of his son are different), b 4-24-1792 in Tennessee, d 11- -1850 - came to State of Coahuila, Mexico (later Texas) in 1834 with his wife and 6 sons, and registered in Sterling Clack Robertson's Colony at its seat of government, Sarahville de Viesca (site of which is in present-day Falls County, Texas).
POWERS, Catharine (McSwarim) - wife of Elijah P. Powers, b 9-17-1789, d 9- -1846.
The 6 sons of the above couple were: William Carroll, Lecuffa, Lewis Barker, Andrew Jackson, Elijah J. (sometimes called "Elijah, Jr.), and Francis Marion Powers.
POWERS, William Carroll, b 6-7-1816, d 6-1-1866
POWERS, Eliza Jane (Curry) - wife of William Carroll Powers-, and daughter of Thomas F. & Matilda (Rogers) Curry - also pioneers to the State of Coahuila, Mexico (later Texas), b 12-23-1823, d 1-5-1869
POWERS, Thomas - son of W.C. & E.J. Powers, b 8-14-1846y d 9- -1846 POWERS, Andrew Jackson - son of W.C. & E.J.
Powers, b 1-3-1843, d 8- -1846
POWERS, Elijah J. (sometimes called Elijah, Jr.), b 12-23-1823, d 1-13-1861 at age 38 years (married Winnie Taylor, who m2 Pleasant M. Beal, and is buried in Covington Cemetery near Reagan, Texas)
POWERS, Sarah Huffman - 2nd wife of Elijah P. Powers (Elijah, Sr.), and her lst husband was Solomon Huffman; b 7-12-1815, d 6-15-1863.
Sarah and Solomon Huffman's children were: Lenora, Henry, Blunt Richard,
Tennessee., Jane, Nicholas W., Elisa, and Safronia Huffman.
ETHERIDGE, Infant Son of G. Boykin & D.B. Etheridge, b & d 2-18-1873
ALSTON - Son of Andrew Jackson & Mary Dorcas (Barclay) Alston, b 11-20-1886, d 9-13-1887
O'NEAL, Mary L - daughter of J.R. & M.J. O'Neal, b 12-30-1883, d 6-1-1884
POWERS, Francis Marion, Sr., b 8-14-1826, d 1-14-1877
POWERS, Elizabeth Penelope (Curry) - wife of Francis Marion Powers, and daughter of Thomas F. & Matilda (Rogers) Curry, b 9-9-1830 - date of death not on tombstone (She was alive in 1892)
POWERS, Susan G., b 10-19-1851, d 8-28-1852 - daughter of F.M. & E.P. Powers
POWERS William L., b 9-4-1847 d 12-21-1869
POWERS, Laura Lee, b 7-4-1861.4 d 3- -1872
POWERS, Martha ("Mattie"), b 12-28-1865.9 d 6-3-1866
WATKINS, Willie E., b 7-20-1866, d 4-19-1867
POWERS, Theodore (called "Tabor") - son of F.M. & E.P. Powers, b 8-20-1867, d 3-10-1872
RIGBY, W. B., b WOODALL, Lizora LOWREY, L. F. LOWREY, Mary M. WOODALL, Jessie FAW, Infant Son 5-27-1820, d 2-23-1888
daughter of F.M. & C.D. Woodall, b 10- -1886, d 11-13-1886
son of T.D. & M.M. Lowrey, b 5-24-1858, d 8-21-1880
- wife of T.D. Lowrey, b 3-2-1835, d 9-6-1881
- daughter of F.M. & C.D. Woodall, b 8-4-1887, d 8-8-1887
A.E. & M.T. Fawl b 10-13-1895, d 10-14-1895
WEATHERLY, R.A., b 9-11-1853, d 4-14-1872
ETHRIDGE, W. G., b 11-25-1814, d 12-18-1873
ETHRIDGE, Walter Lee, b 7-15-1889, d 5-6-1890
CURRY, Elizabeth A. (Ethridge), b 11- -18421 d 12-13-1868 - wife of Thomas L. Curry
HUFFMAN, Nicholas W. - son of Solomon & Sarah Huffman, b 2- -1840, d 3-11-1879, aged 39 years, 1 month, 7 days
HUFFMAN, Lilly E. - daughter of Nicholas W. & E.A. Huffman, b 9-16-1872, d 7-29-1873
HUFFMAN, Julia A. - daughter of Nicholas W. & E.A. Huffman, b 10-26-1864, d 12-2-1868
HUFFMAN, Johm H. - son of Nicholas W. & E.A. Huffman, b 1-2-1868, d 6-29-1871 CURRY, Thomas F., b 2-13-1799 in Georgia, d 7-15-1885 - son of Thomas & Satsa (Vann) Curry, and husband of Matilda (Rogers)
Their 11 children were:
Eliza Jane, Martha, Mary Ann, Rebecca Ann, Elizabeth Penelope, Thomas Levi, Joseph, Minerva, Matilda, Sarah L., and John Curry.
CURRY, Matilda (Rogers) - wife of Thomas F. Curry, b 7-13-1805 in Tennessee, d 3-8-1881 - to Texas in 1834 with her husband and his parents.
TAYLOR, James A. - son of Reuben & Rebecca (McCall) Taylor, b 1-1-1874, d 7-1-1874
HUFFMAN, Blunt Richard - son of Solomon & Sarah Huffman, b 5-3-1833, d 10-30-1854
TAYLOR, George R. - son of E.R. & Mary Taylor, aged 11 years - no dates
TAYLOR, William J., b 11-15-1822, d 10-5-1852 - lst husband of Elizabeth Ann Aldridge, b 1823 in Autauga County, Alabama, and whose 2nd husband was John W-Etheridge; and a brother of Elijah R. Taylor.
TAYLOR, Elijah R., d 6-17-1861 - aged 52 years
TAYLOR, James K. son of Wm. J. & E.A. Taylor, b 7-27-1852, d 1-25-1860
TAYLOR, John T. son of Wm. J. & E.A. Taylor, b 5-14-1845, d 9-3-1867
ETHERIDGE, Eli W. - son of John W. & Elizabeth Ann (Aldridge-Taylor) Etheridge, b 9-24-1858, d 8-7-1865
ETHERIDGE, Mary L. - daughter of John W. Etheridge & his lst wife, M.A. Etheridge, b 9-5-1850, d 7-29-1863
ROGERS, Matilda J. - wife of J. W. Rogers, b 7-17-1859, d 4-25-1875 TAYLOR, Mary - wife of Elijah R. Taylor, b 11-12-1815, d 1-6-1882
mcp , Ethel - daughter of , b
O'NEAL, Gordon 0. - son of J.R. & M.I. O'Neal, b 9-9-1872 - only one date on this tombstone
HERRINGTON, , b 7-23-1872, d 4-5-1880 - aged 7 years, 8 months, 13 days
HERRINGTON, L. A., b 3-22-1846, d 2-6-1874
McCALEB, George Washington - son of Zill Harrington & Mary Elizabeth (Martin)
McCaleb (both buried in Blue Ridge Cemetery in Falls County, Texas), b 9-30-1825, d 11-11-1890
McCALEB, Mary (Cude) - wife of George Washington McCaleb, and daughter of Timothy & Serena Cude, b 12-7-18315 d 9-7-1872
JOHNSON, Lillie E. - daughter of J. & M. Johnson, b 4-1-1851, d 9-25-1881
ETHERIDGE, John - son of G. Boykin & D.B. Etheridge, b 10-12-1869, d 7-18-1873
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