Fulshear Black Cemetery

Fulshear, Fort Bend, Texas, United States

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The cemetery status is active and it has a Historical Marker. The cemetery is not affiliated with any organizations and the ethnicity is primarily Afro-American. The size of the cemetery is 3.08 acres. The number of known burials is 87 and the date of the earliest burial is 08/20/1932. Oral tradition says that this cemetery began as a slave cemetery on the plantation of Tennessee native Churchill Fulshear. Many early burials are unmarked, and the oldest headstone is that of Rebecca Scott in 1915. In addition, midwives, a chef, a horse trainer and cowboy, the first colored schoolhouse founders, businessmen and women, two local entrepreneurs, religious leaders, and veterans from WWI to the Vietnam War are buried here. A rural landscape of rolling hills and trees surrounds a variety of headstones made of Fieldstone, Granite, Marble, Steel, Homemade Concrete, Wood and Resin. The cemetery is evidence of the rich heritage of the people in this area. Historic Texas Cemetery 2010
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