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This is a pictorial canvass - there are many more burials here as
evidenced by what appears to be
various mounds and probably more that can't even be seen anymore. There are many burials here from 1914, especially children. This cemetery is fenced on the backside but not on the road side. It is evidently being taken care of as it was neatly mowed when I was there, Saturday, September 1, 2001.
Wyatt Chapel Cemetery is located 4 miles west of the Satterwhite church and about 1/4 mile north of the intersection on the west side of the road. Also, the old Wyatt Chapel school was located about 1/2 mile north of the intersection on the east side of the road. The foundation is still there. My father-in-law, Joe A. Cook, used to maintain the Wyatt Chapel cemetery until his death about 4 years ago. DeWayne Colwell
See Cemetery Location Map for directions to Wyatt Chapel
Gibson, James L.L., Born Aug 11, 1861 Died April 19, 1981, husband of Mary Elizabeth "Mollie" Crow Gibson - My Great Grandfather - Armenta Akers
Gibson, Mary Elizabeth "Mollie" Crow, Born Jan 4, 1864 Died Feb 23, 1922, wife of James L.L. Gibson - My Great Grandmother - Armenta Akers
James L.L. Gibson was born August 11, 1861 in Bosque
County, TX to Arthur Bradley Gibson and Francis Levenia Smithhart.
James died April 19, 1891 near Tussy, IT.
Mary Elizabeth "Mollie" Crow was born January 4, 1864 in Dalton, Whitfield county, GA to John Van Buren Crow and Josephine Kirby.
Mollie died February 23, 1922 in Foster, OK.
They married in 1882 and lived in Decatur, Wise County, TX until 1886 when they left there for the Indian Territory to Ara.
Their Gibson Children were:
Mertie May Gibson born April 30, 1883 in Decatur Wise County, TX. She married William Oscar Akers of Monk, IT
James Eldredge Gibson born February 11, 1888 in Ara, IT James did not marry. He was in WW I.
Beecher Elonza Gibson born March 23, 1890 in Ara, IT Beecher did not marry. He was in WW I.
Ethel L. Gibson born (after her father died) October 5, 1891 in Tussy, IT She married Oscar Eddington. I don't know where Ethel or Oscar is buried.
After James L.L. died Mollie Married William Reeves. William is buried in the Antioch Cemetery. They had four children: William Reeves, Robert Reeves, Mary Francis Reeves, Coppenbarger, and Claud Reeves.
Cemetery Pics 1 Cemetery Pics 2 Cemetery Pics 3 Cemetery Pics 4
In the left picture above you see the Wright stone in the foreground with two unknowns located beside it showing just above it and the Lane stone is is the background and in the far background you can see the road. The picture on the right is another view of the Lane stone with the two Davis stones in the foreground.
The picture on the left again shows the Wright stone with the two unknowns beside it in the foreground and the Wyatt and Welch stones in the background. The picture on the right shows the Southern stone and the LeMay stone with two unknowns, one on either side of the LeMay stone.
The picture on the left shows the two Welch stones on the right and the Williams stone on the left side. The picture on the right shows the Wyatt stone and the two Welch stones.
In the picture on the left you can see the base of the Lane stone between the two trees in the background and you can barely see the two Bell stones under the tree in the foreground. The picture to the right shows one of the unknowns to the far right (the one next to LeMay) and the Cox and P.W. stones to the left. You can see the oilfield equipment in the background, behind the fence.
This is a view of the LeMay stone with an unknown on either side of it.
You can see the Cox and P.W. stones in the background.
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