4.5 miles southwest of Tennyson on US 277, at its intersection with FM 2333
Burials from late 19th century to present
Established by pioneers of Mule Creek community, a small frontier settlement founded in 19th century. Said to be named either for (1) an early horse and mule ranch, or (2) a stagecoach mule that died at a creek which runs nearby. The Abilene-Fort Concho stage once served area. For years the principal building was a combination school-church. Inscriptions of tombstones chronicle history of the community. In spring, grounds are covered with bluebonnets. (1971) - Historical Marker Text
This cemetery has been abstracted by SAGHS members. The abstracted information (inscriptions) can be found in our Stalkin' Kin in Old West Texas quarterly publication:
Vol. 7, Iss. 4, Pg. 161-165
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