Haynes Cemetery,
Razor, Lamar County, Texas



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LOT NO.
LAST NAME
FIRST NAME
BIRTH
DEATH
NOTES
  Colbert Dr. J. D. Feb. 5, 1853 Sept. 29, 1903 See photo
  Colbert Sallie E. Jan. 9, 1832 May 22, 1884 Gone to a land of pure delight,
Where Saints immortal reign;
Infinite day excludes the night,
And pleasure banish pain.
See photo
  Crain Jasper N. Feb. 26, 1861 Dec. 16, 1898 Hus. of C. J. Crain
Rest in peace thou gentle spirit;
Throned above, Souls like thine
With God inherit life and love.
See photo
  Crain Lottie M. July 25, 1893 Sept. 8, 1895 Dau. of J. & C. Crain
Budded on earth
to bloom in Heaven
See photo
  Dozier Freddie E. Nov. 7, 1870 Feb. 13, 1892 Not lost, but gone before
Son of J. D. & L. A. Dozier
See photo
  Dozier Jesse D. May 22, 1872 Nov. 24, 1891 Son of J. D. & L. A. Dozier
See photo
  Haynes Herbert L. March 31, 1901 Sept. 15, 1908 See photo
  Haynes Capt. J. D. March 11, 1838 Aug. 20, 1917 His many virtues form the noblest
monument to his memory
See photo
  Haynes James T. Oct. 2, 1878 Dec. 25, 1918 Sleep On Brother-Thy Work Is Done,
Jesus Has Come And Borne Thee Home
See photo
  Haynes John D., Jr. April 16, 1866 Oct. 24, 1938 See photo
  Haynes Lula Annis Oct. 18, 1871 Oct. 2, 1903 Wife of J. D. Haynes, Jr.
Married Nov. 28, 1889
See photo
  Haynes Pamelia A. May 3, 1842 Oct. 14, 1903 Wife of J. D. Haynes
Gone but not forgotten.
A loving wife, a mother dear,
A faithful friend lies buried here.
See photo
  Penington Alice W.   Feb. 18, 1890 At Rest
There is no Death
what seems so is transition;
This life of mortal breath
Is but a suburb of the life elusive
Whose portal we call Death.
In Loving Remembrance Of
Wife of J. A. Penington
Aged 24y 11m 26d
See photo
  Penington John Watt Feb. 14, 1890 Aug. 17, 1892 Son of J. A. & A. W. Penington
This lovely bud so young and fair,
Called hence by early doom
Just came to show how sweet a flower
In Paradise would bloom.
See photo

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