MILBY CEMETERY

JACKSON COUNTY, TEXAS

Cemetery is located approximately 7 miles from the town of Edna, off of the Navidad Farm to Market Road #822.  This cemetery is located on private property and is not open to the public for viewing.  

This is a very small cemetery, but a very important one none the less.  Robert Mortimer Milby Sr. is buried here.  He was born in Sussex County, Delaware in 1806 and came to Texas  in the early 1830's and is considered as one of the early settlers of Jackson County. He purchased land along the Lavaca River and set up a blacksmith shop, which was the first one in Jackson County.  He married Mary Ann Whitson on March 10, 1842 and they had seven children.  One of their sons, William Benjamin Milby is buried here also.  Ben Milby was Sheriff and Collector of Taxes from 1890 until his death in 1897.

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Robert M. Milby
 September 10, 1806
Sussex County, Delaware   
  September 13, 1872
Jackson County, Texas

See Robert Milby Photos

Mary Ann Whitson Milby
 March 26, 1826
August 7, 1895

See Mary Milby Photos

Annie Inez Laughter Milby
  January 18, 1852
Harrison County, Mississippi
 July 16, 1883
Jackson County, Texas

No headstone located for Annie Inez Milby

Mary Laughter
September 23, 1870
March 6, 1885

See Mary Laughter Photos

William Benjamin Milby
December 10, 1848
December 2, 1897

See William Benjamin Milby Photos

Blonnie Lea White
December 25, 1880
July 16, 1884

No headstone located for Blonnie White.

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