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Fostoria Cemetery Montgomery County Texas
Transcribed by Tonya Harris June 14,1999

Fostoria Cemetery is located on Fostoria-Tram Road. From Conroe take Hwy 105 East toward Cleveland. Turn left at Fostoria. Located about 1/2 miles in the woods, just before crossing railroad tracks on the left going into Fostoria. There is now a road (actually 2), one has a big iron gate and is clean, the other is all grown up but accessible. It's not a 1/2 mile, it's very short distance. Not even a minute driving.
 
If you would like your name added as a contact on any of the people that is listed in any cemetery, please email Jane Keppler and I will add this information. This would be a great way to find someone else that may be researching the name you are researching.
 
For more information on some citizens of Fostoria during World War I, click here. Or on the town of Fostoria, click here.


Also check out
William T. Beauregard's transcription
for this cemetery
 

Transcriptions of Fostoria Cemetery
 

Ryan, Ronnie E. 1971-1993
(Pace-Stancil Funeral Home marker)
 
Robertson, Ruben L. 7-26-1923 to 1-10-1978
US Navy WWII marker)
 
Rutherford, J 4-?-1866 to ?-10-1945
(stone is almost totally unreadable)
 
2 markers by a tree that are unreadable
 
Carr, John A. 7-22-1896 to 12-3-1946
 
Robertson, Acie V. 7-4-1892 to 10-14-1936
 
Rutherford, Minnie Mae 5-9-1902 to 11-2-1920
 
Rutherford, H. Maxine 9-17-1924 to 10-12-1994
(Maxine, I love you, Tex; a mason symbol is on her stone)
 
Rutherford, Josephine A. 8-30-1869 to 9-5-1952
 
Rutherford, Joseph E. 4-2-1866 to 9-10-1945
(husband and wife)
 
Lavada, Jewel 9-16-1920 to 7-6-1922 (our baby)
 
Walker, E. M. 3-6-1889 to 6-7-1947
 
Walker, Cennie 4-7-1902 to 11-6-1973
(Metcalf Funeral Directors marker also) (husband and wife)
 
Williams, Jas. R. 5-3-1844 to 9-26-1917
 
Walker, Edward M. 3-6-1879 to 6-7-1947
 
Unreadable marker
 
Tidwell, Mrs. Marthy Jane
(The stone was broken, no dates were available)
 
Broken marker - the information is gone
 
Harrell, John W. 6-30-1850 to 7-17-1914
 
Harrell, Cora E. 5-30-1850 to 4-14-1916
(husband and wife)
 
Jackson, William Wayne 9-18-1911 to 11-10-1913
(son of S. H. B. Verdie Jackson)
 
Griffin, Bernard 1914-1928 (Beloved brother)
 
Griffin, Edna 1893-1928 (Loving mother)
 
Griffin, John Alvin 1926-1940
(Beloved brother)
 
Landis, Charles 9-17-1882 to 10-16-1915
 
Watt, John 11-23-1869 to 1-18-1919
(Woodmen of the World on his stone)
Contact grandson
Bob Strong
 
Coffield, Mandy Viola 8-27-1898 to 2-20-1920
 
Prewitt, Iona Doss 3-25-1895 to 3-12-1929
 
 

 

 

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