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Camera Maker Canon Camera Model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III
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ISO 100 Metering Mode Pattern
Date/Time 2012:11:23 14:11:50 Copyright © 2012 Jason O. Watson. All rights reserved.
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Keywords Wesley Chapel Cemetery historic marker Texas attraction cemetery church destination display education information landmark marker sign United States of America attractive chapel educating Erath County famous graveyard historical marker Historical Site Historical Sites info Martha Middleton White Place of Interest Places of Interest popular Rev. James Wesley road side Road sign Road Signs Roadside signage tour tourist attraction Tourist Destination Tourist Destinations travel Travel Destination Travel Destinations United States appealing Christianity gravestone no people text tourism America attract grave stone history nobody religion word American cemeteries Jason O. Watson / churches daytime destinations displays historic markers landmarks markers signs South appeal color image educate historic outdoor tombstone vertical chapels day famousness graveyards historical markers road sides tourist attractions tours colour image headstone historical outside day time gravestones TX US grave day-time grave stones USA words death color images daylight outdoors tombstones U.S. verticals colour images headstones natural light outsides U.S.A. graves deaths historic site sign with text Caption WESLEY CHAPEL CEMETERY Artesian springs helped draw settlers to Eastern Erath County and the community of Bluff Springs (later Bluff Dale). In 1872, Rev. James Wesley and Martha (Middleton) White donated seven acres of land for a church, school and community burial ground here. Many early Wesley Chapel Cemetery graves are unmarked. The Lewis family plot records several deaths in a short time span, likely reflecting illness from harsh frontier conditions. The Wesley Chapel Methodist Church was active until the 1920s. A cemetery association maintains the graveyard, and families meet each April for a work day. Today, the cemetery that overlooks north Paluxy Creek is the last remnant of the historic Wesley Chapel community. Historic Texas Cemetery - 2006 Marker is property of the State of Texas