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Camera Maker Canon Camera Model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III
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ISO 160 Metering Mode Pattern
Date/Time 2013:09:01 14:11:37 Copyright © 2013 Jason O. Watson. All rights reserved.
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Keywords historical marker Fondren Cemetery Texas TX US United States of America cemetery display Historical Site marker sign attraction education information landmark Place of Interest Tourist Destination Travel Destination America Dry Creek Edward H. Tarrant Fort Belknap Fort Worth graveyard historic marker historic site John W. Williams Parker County signage Susannah Fondren William B. Fondren William Youngblood attractive destination educating info tourist attraction United States American gravestone history no people text appealing tourism travel grave stone historic nobody word attract cemeteries daytime displays historical markers markers signs South Jason O. Watson / color image historical landmarks outdoor tombstone USA vertical appeal day educate graveyards historic markers historic sites colour image destinations headstone outside tourist attractions U.S. day time gravestones grave U.S.A. day-time grave stones words death color images daylight outdoors tombstones verticals colour images headstones natural light outsides graves deaths sign with text Caption FONDREN CEMETERY In 1854 William B. Fondren (1811-1863) and his wife Susannah (1816-1888) settled along nearby Dry Creek and the military road from Fort Worth to Fort Belknap. This family graveyard was established in the John W. Williams Survey, adjacent to Fondren's land. Gen. Edward H. Tarrant, for whom Tarrant County was named, died at the Fondren home in 1858 and was buried here for a time. The first marked grave is that of Fondren's son-in-law William Youngblood whose headstone, like others in the cemetery, reads: "Killed by Indians, 1860". This pioneer burial ground served until 1937. (1979)