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"New" Cemetery Montgomery, Texas
 

New Cemetery is located in  Montgomery, Texas on left side of 105 West. The entrance is one block South of 105 and is just past the post office.
 

New Cemetery that is listed in Volume I of the Montgomery County Cemetery Books. Click for a lookup.
 

History of "New" Cemetery of Montgomery
 

Burial place of many honored Texans, including Dr. Charles B. Stewart, a signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence and First Secretary of State. Also wife of General Memucan Hunt, Texas soldier and statesman.  Other noted individuals here include soldiers of the Texas Army and veterans of the Civil War and other wars engaged in by the United States.  This cemetery was founded December 1, 1868, to relieve "Old" Methodist plot.  First persons buried on land, donated by P. J. and R. S. Willis, merchants, were three men killed by vigilantes.  A fourth was buried nearby. (Historical marker 1969)
 


Montgomery New Cemetery Entrance

 

Obituary of Adrian E. (Gene) Wade
Cashner Funeral Home & Cemetery 936-756-2126                                                  August 20, 2003

Funeral services for Adrian E. (Gene) Wade, 63, of Montgomery will be held on Thursday, Aug. 21, 2003, at 10 a.m. in Cashner Colonial Chapel with Pastor John Lockwood and Joe Fregia officiating. Interment will follow in Montgomery Cemetery. Visitation is scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2003 from 5 to 9 p.m. in Cashner Funeral Home. Mr. Wade was born on Dec. 6, 1939 in Mobile, Ala. and passed away on Aug. 19, 2003, in Montgomery, Texas. He was preceded in death by his parents, Joseph Virgil Wade and Lavetta White Wade; brother, Ronnie Robert Wade; and sister, Judy Darlene Branch. He is survived by his wife, Elaine Smallwood Wade of Montgomery; sons, Duke Wade and wife Jennifer and Darrell G. Wade all of Montgomery; daughters, Sonja W. Morrell and Tonja L. Wade and friend Donna Green, all of Montgomery; brother, Joseph Arthur Wade, of Hillsboro, Ore.; sisters, Sherry Ann Moore of Groveton and Deborah Dimick of Huffman; granddaughters, Amber Miller, Kara Wade, Kaylynn Wade, Felicia Hart, Melissa Green, and Lindzey Green; grandsons, Michael Bubba Morrell, Aaron Wade Morrell, Derek Pete Morrell, Adrian Wade III (J.R.), and Hunter Logan Wade. You are invited to leave a written tribute for the family on our website at www.cashnerfunerals.com.

The Courier 2003
 

Photos of the Dennard/Phillips/Farmer Family
 

Photos of the Womacks furnished by
Sheila & Jeff Womack in September 2007

 


Frank H. Womack
Dec 19, 1882
May 8, 1925
Gone but not Forgotten
 


Irion Womack
Jan 18, 1878
Oct 23, 1918

 

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