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Louise Friedericke Pundt Gravesite

Texas Historical Marker: no

  • Primary Town: Norman Crossing
  • Secondary Town(s): Hutto
  • Cemetery Relocated to: no relocation

Historic Texas Cemetery Designation: no

  • Williamson County Clerk Instrument Number: unknown
  • Williamson Central Appraisal District Property ID: R020545


Mapped per THC coordinates.

FROM THC ATLAS: “Driving Directions: From US 79 in Hutto, go 4.3 mile south-east on FM 1660 S. Turn left onto unnamed farm road and go 1.6 miles north-east-north. When road ends near dilapidated barn and stock tank (on left side of road), walk approx. 0.28 mile (1,473 ft.) north following the fence row on the right. Lone grave marker is located in cultivated field. This gravesite is highly endangered. It is a map feature, but is located in a very remote area on private property. The grave is not fenced and is threatened by encroaching cultivation. When this survey was conducted, the gravesite was completely surrounded by planted corn. The single marker inscription reads: Hier Ruht Louis Friedericke Pundt Geb.11, Nov. 1891 Gest.15, Sept. 1892  The USGS topographic map indicates multiple graves at this location. However, only one marked grave was observed.”


“Subject to any and all rights and privileges existing or which may later exist by virtue of that portion of the property being used as a cemetery; including, but not limited to, the rights to sepulcher and interment and to the rights of ingress and egress in and to the said cemetery; as disclosed by Deed dated September 24, 1902, recorded in Volume 102, Page 307 [190201073DR], Deed Records of Williamson County, Texas.”


The Deed references…”Prairie Block” No. 5 and 3-8/10 acres…15×15 feet…used as a graveyard.  Fredericke in the Deed is spelled, “Fredericka.”

Location is Approximate (1999 Map Information): 1999 not mapped but THC found

Longitude: -97.50145679

Latitude: 30.52542401