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Who’s Who in the Blanco Cemetery
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Wednesday, May 8, 2013 • Posted May 10, 2013

Several individuals have done considerable work on their family plots at the Cemetery. That is great. Some members of the Cemetery Association have proposed that we have an old fashioned cemetery work day that could be fun and productive in getting ready for Memorial Day. All those who would like to participate in such an activity are invited to meet at the Cemetery on Saturday morning, May 18, between the hours of 9 and 11 a.m. to clean debris from the Cemetery and to weed eat around the plots. If that sounds fun to you, don your gloves and come on! Because not everyone gets a newspaper, call family and friends to invite them to join you.

Section 10E is almost completely full. One row has 11 graves instead of the normal 10. Does anyone know why Luersen is also spelled Luerson on some of the tombstones?

Section 10E: Earl Barton Renicks , Regt Texas Cav Civil War(1907-?); Gracie Lee Renicks (1908-1975); Ara Luersen (Aug. 30, 1874-June 14, 1974); George Luersen (Jan. 20, 1879-May 27, 1942); George Luerson, Louisiana PVT CD C1 (Nov. 9, 1845-Apr. 16, 1920); Helene Luerson (Oct. 6, 1850-Jan. 17, 1924); Bettie Twidwell (1875-1957); Lucian Twidwell, (1876-1968); Geo. Herbert Riba, Veteran (Jan. 20, 1906-Aug. 6, 1948).

Lueanna Luersen Crider (Mar. 27, 1911-Apr. 29, 1998); Willie Emil “Bill” Luersen (Nov. 11, 1914-Oct. 4, 1992); George Henry Luersen (Sept. 14, 1909-Apr. 4, 1987); Ernest B. Luersen, (1872-1955); Martha M. Luersen (1899-1976); Fritz C. Luersen (1871-1957); Cordia F. Luersen (1879-1975); Charles H. Luerson (Oct. 20, 1899-Dec. 2, 1962); Della C. Luerson (Feb. 6, 1906-July 3, 1981).

Erich Pehl (Sept. 28, 1919-Mar. 23, 1993); Edwin C. Pehl (1890-1969); Minnie Mae Pehl (1891-1960); Oscar C. Pehl (June 4, 1900-Jan. 1, 1989); Ida M. Pehl (May 14, 1907-July 6, 1994); Alvin Haufler (July 11, 1906-Nov. 15, 1958); Erwin Pehl, PFC US Army WWII (1918-1977); Elvera Pehl (Dec. 28, 1924-July 17, 2008); Alfred Pehl (1882-1960); Clara Haufler Pehl (1897-1958).

Clara Krause (Jan. 26, 1902-March 27, 1924); Emilie Hagemann (1875-1946); Robert Hagemann (1869-1953); Hugo A. Hagemann (Nov. 23, 1898-Mar. 4, 1965); Ottilie F. Morisey (1905-1981); Edward P. Morisey (1907-1970); Anna Mae Morisey (Apr. 30, 1936-May 2, 1936); Walter T. Yett (1894-1981); Virgie O. Yett (1893-1989).

Paul Knoll (July 7, 1885-Sept. 24, 1969); Clara Knoll (May 18, 1892-Sept. 22, 1982); Otto Schwope (Feb. 3, 1900-Mar. 4, 1968); Rosa Schwope (June 18, 1912-Nov. 24, 1984); Montague R. Seymour (Feb. 17, 1880-Jan. 22, 1966); Elsa Seymour (July 30, 1880-Sept. 20, 1974); Bob Dyer (June 22, 1892-May 4, 1972); Kenneth Leroy Dyer (July 18, 1959-Oct. 18, 1960); G.M. Dyer (June 7, 1854-May ?, 1944); L.P. Dyer (June 12, 1854-Mar. 22, 1944); George Samuel Lee Dyer (July 15, 1888-Sept. 26, 1958). G. M. and L. P. Dyer’s tombstone is hand made.

If you have stories or family connections that you would like to place in a public file, please send them to: Gail McClellan, Blanco Historic Cemetery Association, P.O. Box 640, Blanco, TX 78606 or gail_mcclellan@yahoo.com.

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