Items of Interest

Final resting place to many of the early settlers of the area.
This includes the following families:


Veterans from many conflicts

War of 1812World War I
Civil WarKorean War
Mexican War 

Note:  Several individuals registered for the World War I draft

Notable Individuals (only a few of the many)

A founder of Little Egypt, Jeff Hill

Texas State Representative (1850), James P. Thomas

Physician during the 1880s, Dr. Benjamin Franklin

Seamstress in a sewing factory and last burial at McCree, Maggie E. Dockins

Postmaster, Benjamin Hunter

Aircraft worker in 1940s, Earl Wesley Lamar

Carpenter, John Riley Marshall

Young boy killed while hunting rabbits, Tommie Shepard

Seamstress for Blankenship & Blake Company, Leanna Warfield

Janitor at the courthouse, Peter Drake

Peters Colonist and the son of a Revolutionary War veteran, John Jackson

Senior air traffic controller and US Navy Korean War veteran, Gene Douglas Lamar

1867 tornado victim, Eliza Prigmore

Served on the first Dallas County Grand Jury (also established a corn mill), Joseph Prigmore