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 Broyles Chapel Cemetery, Palestine, Anderson Co., Texas, United States

BROYLES CHAPEL, TEXAS. Broyles Chapel is a rural community located on Farm Road 320 about four miles west of Palestine in west central Anderson County. The town may have begun sometime in the 1800s and was probably named for members of the Broyles family, early settlers in Anderson County who operated sawmills and planing mills in the area. Broyles Chapel had a population of forty in 2000, and the settlement consisted of churches and a community center. Broyles Chapel Cemetery contained marked graves that date back as early as 1902.

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Latitude: 31.763333, Longitude: -95.281111


 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
Bertha Lee Pickle
Bertha Lee Pickle
1910 - 1938
Daughter of Voyle and Annie Pickle 
Not yet located    Bertha Lee PICKLE (d. 1938)
Cecil B. Pickle (1912-1922)
Emma Juanita Pickle (1914-1922)
Cecil B. Pickle (1912-1922) Emma Juanita Pickle (1914-1922)
Children of Voyle Carrie Pickle and Annie Pearl Moseley Pickle who were killed by lightning. 
Located    Cecile B. PICKLE (d. 26 Aug 1922)
Emma Juanita PICKLE (d. 26 Aug 1922)
John William Dixon
John William Dixon
(1877 - 1956)

Husband of Martha Bell Pickle Dixon 
Not yet located     
Martha Bell Pickle Dixon
Martha Bell Pickle Dixon
(1886 - 1918)

First Wife of John William Dixon 
Voyle Carrie Pickle, Jr.
Voyle Carrie Pickle, Jr.
(1925 - 1926) 
Located    Voyle Carrie PICKLE, Jr. (d. 31 Mar 1926)
Voyle Carrie Pickle, Sr. (1889 - 1981) and
Annie Pearl Moseley Pickle (1885 - 1969)
Voyle Carrie Pickle, Sr. (1889 - 1981) and Annie Pearl Moseley Pickle (1885 - 1969)
Located    Annie Pearl MOSELEY (d. 3 Dec 1969)
Voyle Carrie PICKLE (d. 10 Mar 1981)

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