Pictured l. to r. are: Linda Murdock of the Parker County Heritage Society; Audrey Mansell, a Battern descendent; Jo Ann Barnhart, Melvin Davis and Bill Warren of the Abandoned Cemetery Association; and Judge Mark Riley who gathered to celebrate receipt of the Historic Texas Cemetery Designation by the Texas Historical Commission.
Pictured l. to r. are: Linda Murdock of the Parker County Heritage Society; Audrey Mansell, a Battern descendent; Jo Ann Barnhart, Melvin Davis and Bill Warren of the Abandoned Cemetery Association; and Judge Mark Riley who gathered to celebrate receipt of the Historic Texas Cemetery Designation by the Texas Historical Commission. Joel Kertok Photo courtesy
Pictured l. to r. are: Linda Murdock of the Parker County Heritage Society; Audrey Mansell, a Battern descendent; Jo Ann Barnhart, Melvin Davis and Bill Warren of the Abandoned Cemetery Association; and Judge Mark Riley who gathered to celebrate receipt of the Historic Texas Cemetery Designation by the Texas Historical Commission. Joel Kertok Photo courtesy

Battern Cemetery recognized as Historic Texas Cemetery

October 18, 2016 09:01 AM

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