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 Old Lamkin Family Cemetery Cemetery , Gonzales County, Texas
    Tombstone pictures taken by Robin Webb-Lucas:

 

Photo Link surname first second othernames nee birth death inscription
Get Photo CALDWELL James F 1834 1865 James F. Caldwell
"A wife's last token of Love" In memory of James F. Caldwell. 
Born near Paris, Henry Co., Tenn. July 24, 1834 Died in Gonzales Co., TX. Sept. 8, 1865 
"After a short but severe attack of conjestive fever very calmly he bid adieu to Earth and all he held dear, saying he was trusting in God".  (James F. Caldwell married a Lamkin) 
Get Photo LAMKIN Lewis A L 1797 1868 Lewis A. L. Lamkin
In Memory of Lewis A. Lamkin Born June 16, 1979 Died March 26, 1868  "Man that is born of Women is of just day and full of trouble. He cometh like a flower and is our (flourin?) to flesh, also as a shadow that countinuith not." "As the water fail from the sea and the flodd decayeth and dryeth, the man laeth down and wilth, all the heroes be no more, they not wake, not be raised, out of their sleep".  
Get Photo LAMKIN William R 1830 1868 William R. Lamkin
Sacred to the Memory of William R. Lamkin Born August 23, 1830 Died June 10, 1868 (Masonic Emblem) Honesty and Justice were his Moto "Depart ye in peace, no more to be Amen. " 

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