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Anderson

Texas Historical Marker: no

  • Primary Town: Schwertner
  • Secondary Town(s): Bartlett
  • Cemetery Relocated to: no relocation

Historic Texas Cemetery Designation: no

  • Williamson County Clerk Instrument Number: unknown
  • Williamson Central Appraisal District Property ID: R008341

Notes:

2019 WCAD:  Possible access to R008341:  4200 FM 487 across from Eugene Schwertner Farms ‘Coffield’ gate.

WCHC’s Vol I, pg 109 per Martha Schrock 1974 referring to Harrison Cemetery…”2 mi W of Schwertner.”

Per Historical Marker for Daniel Harrison located in Corn Hill Cemetery “…originally buried in Anderson Cemetery, Daniel & Nancy were later reinterred in Corn Hill Cemetery.”

Per Historical Narrative by Mary Harrison Hodge & Bob Brinkman “…Daniel was buried in the Anderson Cemetery near Donahoe Creek….in the 1970’s, based on information that Donahoe Creek was to be dammed & the Anderson Cemetery land would be flooded, descendant Frederick Marion Harrison moved Daniel’s & Nancy’s remains to the Corn Hill Cemetery. In the end Donahoe Creek was not dammed, & other relatives remain buried at Anderson Cemetery.”¹

¹Mary Harrison Hodge, Daniel Harrison: A Williamson County, Texas Pioneer, 1997 (available at the Round Rock Public Library genealogical collection) & History compiled by Mary Harrison Hodge, Salado, Texas, and Bob Brinkman, Austin, Texas, January 1, 2007.

Location is Approximate (1999 Map Information): (1999 mapped G1) OK 10/12

Longitude: -97.54221591

Latitude: 30.82614664