Cemetery

This page includes links and images of cemeteries and gravestones related to the Embree family. I am also in search of photographs to verify burial sites and add information to the record of the Embree family. Please contact me if you have information regarding these cemeteries and others.

South Belton Cemetery, Belton Texas:

John W. Embree, Tennessee Embree, Henrietta Embree, Nattie Embree, Mollie Embree, Jonnie Embree, Henry Keys, Sarah Keys, Kate Miller, Amelia Miller.

North Belton Cemetery, Belton, Texas:

Elisha Embree Family

Hill Cemetery, Midway, Bell County

Margaret Embree Graves, Andrew Jackson Embree, and Graves/Breedlove Families.

Other Bell County Cemeteries

Old Shamrock Cemetery, Red River County, Texas:

John Baker Family: Henrietta’s parents, siblings and sister Jennie “Jen” Baker Moore.

St. Michael’s Cemetery, New York:

Harvey Embree, 1928.

Davis Cemetery, Llano Co. Texas:

Tolbert Hamblin, Tennie’s half-brother

Cedar Hill Cemetery, Abilene, Texas:

Beulah Embree Sanford, d. 1927, and her son, Russell Embree Sanford, d. May 4, 1935.

Still Missing~

Research indicates that Tennie’s mother, Mahala Kenner Hamblin Keys died and is buried in Fayette County in Rutersville, near La Grange, Texas.  I searched this cemetery in 2007 and did not found her tombstone. Tennie’s half-sister, Nannie Hamblin Rabb, wife of Montgomery Rabb, also lived and died in Fayette County and her burial place is unknown at this time.

“Little Bea” died in Houston, Texas in 1998.

Other Resources

Historic Texas Cemeteries

Find A Grave

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