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Date/Time 2013:09:03 10:19:03 Copyright © 2013 Jason O. Watson. All rights reserved.
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Keywords Pony Creek Cemetery historical marker Texas TX cemetery display Historical Site marker sign attraction education information landmark Place of Interest Tourist Destination Travel Destination Box Cemetery Erath County graveyard historic marker historic site J.T. Robertson Martha Walker Bills signage attractive destination educating info tourist attraction United States gravestone history no people text appealing tourism travel United States of America grave stone historic nobody word attract cemeteries daytime displays historical markers markers signs South color image historical landmarks outdoor tombstone vertical appeal day educate graveyards historic markers Jason O. Watson / historic sites colour image destinations headstone outside tourist attractions day time gravestones grave day-time grave stones US words death color images daylight outdoors tombstones USA verticals colour images headstones natural light outsides U.S. graves U.S.A. deaths sign with text Caption PONY CREEK CEMETERY (also known as Box/Pony Creek Cemetery) This cemetery is the final resting place for generations of local families, including descendants of pioneer settlers in the Pony Creek Community who came here as early as 1845. The oldest marked grave is that of J.T. Roberson (d. 1875), and another early grave is for Martha Walker Bills, born in 1799. It is believed that pioneers began building homes here circa 1845, although frontier conditions, including raiding Indian parties, remained difficult until after the Civil War. Following the war, new settlers arrived in the area. The community thrived from the late 1800s until the mid-1900s. In 1907, John and Mary Britton officially deeded land for the cemetery, which is also the final resting place of numerous veterans. Throughout its history, the community's cemetery has associated with the Pony Creek Baptist Church, established in 1865. The church building, located west of the burial ground, is used for funerals and meetings. The Pony Creek Community has always been agricultural, and the names of area farm families are preserved throughout the cemetery, maintained today by an association. Historic Texas Cemetery - 2000