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Brierton or Panama Cemetery

"The Brierton or Panama Cemetery is located west of Santo, Texas where there was once a coal mine.  About 25 graves can be located.  More than 300 are buried there.  It is in bad condition and most markers are not legible.  There was a settlement called Panama and when the mine closed the people left.  The mine was closed in the early nineteen hundreds.  There are a few markers that can be read - Clara Buzbee and Ruth Philips read the stones in 1976."

Individual Birth Date Death Date Additional information

ARRANT, Hannah H.

   28 Aug 1878 age 67 years - oldest marked grave


08 Aug 1886 02 Nov 1889 son of G. S. & M. Brierton


1854 02 Apr 1936   
BRIERTON, Martha 01 Nov 1864 18 Mar 1890 Wife of George Brierton
PHILLIPS, Rosa       no other info
UNKNOWNS,       double grave with the initials I. T. & T. W. - no other info
WOLFE, H. B.       dates not legible
WOLFE, ______       not legible 

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