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TERRACE CEMETERY

Post, Texas

Garza County, Texas Panhandle

US 380 east about 1/2 mile from Post

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Post Tx - Terrace Cemetery Entrance with round rock gate piers
Terrace Cemetery Entrance
Photo courtesy Barclay Gibson, April 2009
Historical Marker

Terrace Cemetery Gateway

From "Double U", "Lazy S", Conneil and Currycomb Ranch canyons, round rocks were collected and made into gate piers in 1908 when cereal king C. W. Post founded Post City. George Samson designed and with fellow Scotsman James Napier built the gateway. Samson was a community leader 50 years.
Terrace Cemetery Gateway Historical Marker
Terrace Cemetery Gateway Historical Marker
Photo courtesy Barclay Gibson, September 2009
Post Tx Cemetery
Photo courtesy Barclay Gibson, September 2009
Post Tx Cemetery
Photo courtesy Barclay Gibson, September 2009
Garza County TX 1940s Map
1940s map showing Garza County and adjacent counties
From Texas state map #4335

Courtesy Texas General Land Office

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