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 Elizabeth Shaw Cartwright Cemetery
Montgomery County Texas
aka Rabon Chapel Cemetery
aka Cartwright Cemetery
aka Sunday Cemetery

It's official. The cemetery name has been given an Historical designation as the Elizabath Shaw Cartwright Cemetery. This cemetery is located on Rabon Chapel Road. There are two routes one may take to get to the cemetery. First, from Conroe take Hwy 105 West about 10 miles. Second, from Conroe, take FM2854. Rabon Chapel runs between 105 & FM2854. There are road signs at each end of the road. Key Map Page 154K.

 

Corrected Historical Designation in
Montgomery County Records

 

Historical Cemetery Designation in
Montgomery County Records

 

 

Transcription of Rabon Chapel Cemetery

Additional Information for the Transcription
from Karen Hugo

Email from Karen Hugo, January 20, 2017

I found your cemetery listing on the Montgomery County website and great job!

I have some information if you want to add to your listing.

Cheatham,  Mollie - handmade stone, no dates.  Mollie was the daughter of James Madison Harris and Martha Catherine Sunday. She married William Robert Cheatham in 1891. She was his 1st wife. He later married Minnie Bell Curry.

Martha Catherine Sunday was the daughter of George W. Sunday and Martha Johnson.

Mollie Cheatham was my g-g-grandmother.

I believe all those unmarked Harris stones were the children of James M. Harris & Mattie Sunday. No proof though.
Very frustrating that there are no names and dates which Im sure you can relate to.

I just thought this info might be helpful to someone else researching this cemetery.

Thanks again.

Karen Broomfield Hugo
descendent of Sundays, Cheathams, Broomfields
of Montgomery County, Texas

 

Obituaries & Stories

Photos of Rabon Chapel Cemetery
 


Cemetery Entrance
Photo by
Jane Keppler

 

The following photos were submitted by
StevensBA@aol.com & Lisa Bass:


Eugenie A Cartwright
wife of John A Rabun
born
Nov 1, 1845
Died
Sept 28, 1886


H I Cartwright
Born Oct 5, 1843
Died Nov 25, 1866
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N E Cartwright
Born Feb 5, 1853
Died Aug 28, 1858


Joseph C Cartwright
May 31, 1821
Jan 24, 1904


Lemuel Cartwright
Co B 15 Texas Cav
CSA



Left: Mother
Mary E Cartwright
1858 1932
Right: Father
M D Cartwright
1856 1928


Cartwright
Mary wife of
W F Cartwright
1858 1926
Gone but Not Forgotten



Matthew Winston Cartwright
A San Jacinto Veteran
Born in Alabama, January 22
1813 Died December 4, 1884


Peter Cartwright
Born Mar 15, 1776
Died Feb 20, 1845
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Elizabeth Cartwright
Born June 15, 1783
Died Aug 7, 1857
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W P Cartwright
Born Mar 16, 1813
Died Oct 25, 1844
-----
T D Cartwright
Born Apr 4, 1819
Died Oct 1. 1855


Susan Cartwright
Born May 20, 1824
Died Sep 20, 1883
-----
H P Cartwright
Born Sep 30, 1864
Died Nov 12, 1879
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E M Cartwright
Born Aug 21, 1859
Died Jan 30, 1880
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M W Stone
Born Dec 16, 1876
Died Sep 19, 1880


William Cartwright
Veteran of San Jacinto Born
in Alabama, March 16, 1813 Died
October 25, 1844
Erected by the State of Texas
1936


Sacred to the Memory of
William F Cartwright
Born
October 25, 1852
Died
Mar 10, 1893
Aged
40 Yrs. 4 mos. 15 Ds.
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A precious one from us has gone
A voice we loved is stilled
A place is vacant in our home
That Never can be filled

The following photos were compliments of Dirk Bailey:


Attaway

Father
George G SR
Aug 17, 1884
Oct 29 1968

Mother
Annie B
Apr 7, 1895
Oct 20, 1997


P L Cartwright
Co K 8 Texas Cav CSA


Mother & Wife
Maxie S. Cheatham
Sept 9, 1920
Mar 13, 1946


Coleman
To Left: Psalm 119:105
Rufus C (R.C.)
Sept 24, 1922
Feb 7, 2001

Vivian L
Jan 21, 1927

"Thy Word is A Lamp Unto My feet and A Light Unto My Path"
 


Duncan
James G
Nov 13, 1945

Married Aug 22, 1975

Wanda L
Aug 26, 1945
May 24, 1997
 


 CPL Louis Laishonce
Co I 9 Texas Inf CSA


Austin W Sunday
Pvt In Army World War II


Sunday
George G
1877 - 1859

Cora L
1886 - 1974


G W Sunday
born
Apr 8 1819
died
July 3, 1896


Martha Matilda Sunday
Apr 12, 1823
Jan 23,1906

 

 

 

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