1st Lt. David Richard Reynolds Camp #2270, SCV, Mount Pleasant, Texas


Talco Cemetery

Talco Cemetery is the large public cemetery serving the city of Talco and its surroundings in extreme Northeast Titus County. It is well maintained by the Talco cemetery committee. There is little evidence remaining of unmarked graves and all depressions are filled in by the maintenance crews. In the early history of Talco, the oil boom brought in many outsiders and several deaths resulted from working the oil fields. The cemetery is a relatively new one with the earliest recorded death indicated by the monuments was in 1909. Since the maintenance on the cemetery has been so thorough, there are few indications of grave sites that do not have monuments. There is one Funeral Home Marker (FHM) with a name that looks like Bond.

To reach the Talco Cemetery, from the Titus County Court House take North Jefferson Street (US 271) north for 16.7 miles. The cemetery lies about 0.1 mile down an intersecting city street on the right side of US 271. It is generally visible from the highway. Coordinates: 33o21.947'N 095o06.368'W

At the present time, there is no Guardian for this cemetery. If you are interested, or if you know of any other Confederate Soldier that is buried here and not listed then please Contact Us.

Davis, Thomas Sidney 12/19/1844 11/04/1924 Co. K, 37th Mississippi Infantry Pvt.  
Dubose, William Hampton 12/10/1840 06/23/1917 Co. E, 1st  Alabama Infantry Pvt.  
Glass, Henry Clay 10/15/1844 04/13/1909 Thrall's Battery Light Artillery    
Loveless, Q. S. 08/30/1848 05/16/1923 Co. I, Moreland's Regiment Pvt.  
Nugent, William Nolan 05/20/1845 05/17/1921 Co. K, 23rd Texas Cavalry Pvt.  
Pittman, A.G. 01/18/1905 04/03/1905 Co. D, 19th Georgia Cavalry Pvt.  
Sneed, William D. 12/17/1847 02/01/1922 Co. B, 154th Tennessee Infantry Capt.  
Unsell, Elijah 10/23/1836 05/20/1932 Co. K, 7th Kentucky Cavalry Pvt.