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Myrtle Cemetery site of sonar search


The sonar investigation of an old burial plot at Myrtle Cemetery to determine whether suspected unmarked graves may in fact hold bodies was carried out last week. Texas Cemetery Restorations (TCR) provided the sonar service for Charlie Anderson of Colorado and his late wife’s cousin, Sterling Parker, of Graham, Texas. The results of the sonar have yet to be revealed and will be announced soon. Anderson and Parker have been researching the Youree family tree and the exploration led them to Ennis. “My wife, Donna Cameron Anderson, was a greatgranddaughter of William Francis Youree and Angelina Temperance Richardson,” Anderson explained. “They lived in Ellis County from 1879 until their deaths in the 1880s or ‘90s. We are not sure when they died or exactly where they are buried.” Parker is a …Read the rest of this story and more stories like this in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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