NORTH CAROLINA LISTINGS 
IN THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES
supplied by Bonnie Cernosek 
 


Balls Creek Campground (Bandys Crossroads vicinity) 04/27/90 

Bandy Farms Historic District (Bandys Crossroads vicinity) 04/27/90

Tehuacana Cemetery
The Tehuacana Cemetery is located west of Moore, Texas. Take FM 462 west 8.1 miles.  You will come to CR 749 turn south and go 2.1 miles. The cemetery is located at the junction of CR 749 and CR 1301.The following was taken from the historical marker located at the front gate. It is edited.

Original 1.86 acre site given by James E. and Amanda R Bandy. First burial was in 1875.  Buried here are early pioneers, victims of the 1882 - 1884 smallpox epidemic. Also eleven Confederate War Veterans , One Texas Revolution War Veteran and Levi Wilson, one of three original Tehuacana Church trustees. The Tehuacana Church was built in the 1880s and was moved to Medina County in 1900.

Cemetery Listing

Bandey, Edna 21 Jan 1875 15 Feb 1911 Mother, m. T.T.
Bandy, Alice Adelia 17 Mar 1877 3 Jun 1946 Mother
Bandy, Amanda 1844 1920 Mother
Bandy, J.E. (James) 3 Sep 1845 13 Oct 1917 Father, Sgt. Co, D Texas Cavelry
                Confederate States Army Citizen of the Republic of Texas
Bandy, James Franklin 3 Mar 1875 12 Dec 1958 Father
Bandy, Marcus L. 16 Aug 1879 22 Jul 1906Son of J.E. and A. M.Bandy
Bandy, T.T. 19 Jun 1867 27 Aug 1904 Father, m. Edna

 

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