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

 

Phillips-Taylor Cemetery
Guardian: James Robert Reynolds

The Phillips-Taylor Cemetery is located in Eastern Titus County in the town of Cookville. Cookville has an interesting history and the cemetery attests to some of it. The town was once thriving with multiple business establishments and industries. Tradition has it that A. B. Cook donated the land for the town derived their names from him. The cemetery is fenced and kept in very good condition. It is said that the cemetery was started when some of the populace became concerned that the expansion for the Cookville Cemetery was not the best suited for burial purposes. Burials continued to take place in both cemeteries. There are 2 unreadable Funeral Home Markers (FHMs) marking a grave site.

To reach the Phillips-Taylor Cemetery from the Titus County courthouse, take Jefferson Avenue (US 271) North for 0.9 miles to the intersection with US 67 (16th Street). Turn right (East) on US 67 and proceed 7.0 miles. At the Cookville Cemetery Road that runs to the West of the Phillips-Taylor Cemetery turn right (South). The Phillips-Taylor Cemetery lies immediately on the left. Coordinates: 33o11.160'N 094o51.422'W

The Guardian for this cemetery is James Robert Reynolds. If you know of any other Confederate Soldier that is buried here and not listed then please Contact Us.

NAME BIRTH DATE DEATH DATE REGIMENT RANK PHOTO
Ragland, John Milton 10/06/1846 12/20/1934 Co. H, 39th Georgia Infantry   John Milton Ragland