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Texas Plains Trail Region

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Texas Heritage Trails Program

Panhandle: Panhandle Cemetery


Panhandle Cemetery
Panhandle Cemetery (photo by Rick Vanderpool)

The oldest documented graves in the Panhandle Cemetery date to 1889, three years after the founding of Carson City (later renamed Panhandle), the first town in the county. Among those buried here are Civil War veterans and area pioneer families. Gravestone designs range from simple to elaborate, and the cemetery also contains many unmarked graves. The Panhandle Cemetery has also served people in surrounding communities.


Location

  • 6th Street at Providence Avenue
  • Panhandle, Texas
  • 79068

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Hours & Fees

  • Daylight hours

  • Free


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