Traylor Family Cemetery
Plat of H C Traylor land A Perez grant and F Perez grant. Vol. 56 page 434 - January 26, 1907- In this deed in paragraph two on page 434 of vol. 56- Except a plot of one square acre in [the] center of which is situated the Traylor old family grave yard. Winn Traylor number one and his wife Martha Chapman Traylor are buried in [the] center of this grave yard. The grave yard being in [the] rear of the old Traylor homestead. The right is also expressly preserved for free ingress and egress to and from said cemetery forever. On Pete Rudolph land (1963) in
F.Perez John Creanor survey south of block
Bayou Road # 2 and west of Edna's Lane.
Traylor, Pascal M. (His body probably not buried here as he was killed in Georgia.
Age 20 - killed battle Atlanta, Ga. Civil War.) 6-16-1844, 7-22-1864
Traylor, Thomas W. (Age taken from 1850 census. Only marker is [a] small stone with [the] letters TW.) 9-22-1833, 11-26-1868
Traylor, George E. (Age taken from 1850 census. Small stone [inscribed with the letters] G.E.T.) 11-16-1846, 8-28-1885
Traylor, Winn (Oglethorpe, Ga.) 3-17-1809, 11-20-1883 (Victoria County)
Traylor, Martha A. (Mother )
Montgomery, Al. 2-12-1817, 12-10-1888 (Victoria County)
Hughes, Eliza R. (Wife of Patrick Hughes) 10-21-1841, 9-8-1866
Tall zinc obelisk with inscription of these four [names]:
Pascal M. Traylor
Eliza R. Hughes
Thomas W. Traylor
George E. Traylor
Inscription on white marble tabletop slab over graves of Winn Traylor and wife Martha Ann Minerva Chapman.
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