Allison-Friendship Cemetery

Source of information
One print source was used for the information for Allison-Friendship Cemetery as it appears on these web pages.  Mrs. Henry (Stacy) Labaj of Granger complied this information "some years prior to 1974."  "Most of the burials were moved from the site by 1974 as the Laneport dam was nearing completion."  This document, along with additions provided as a result of the Army Corps of Engineers project to relocate the cemetery, was published by the Willamson County Historical Commission as:

Williamson County Historical Commission.(WCHC). (1975).  Williamson County Cemeteries.Vol. I.

Using this source, Susan Bartosh Rule entered the data into software for this project.

The data represent the source document as closely as possible.  While measures have been taken to insure accuracy, mistakes may exist.  Please report errors to Rebecca Osborne.

Permissions to use
Permission to use the above referenced material was given to me by vote of the Williamson County Historical Commission on 5/6/99.   Contact Rebecca Osborne  for further information or to obtain permission to use materials that are copyright protected.

Directions to cemetery
To get to the Allison-Friendship Cemetery from State Highway 95, go east 1 mile on County Road 971.  Turn left on County Road 348 and go .2 miles.  The cemetery is on the left.  Six cemeteries are located in this area.

Information as it appears in the WCHC's print source
"All burials in this cemetery near the community of Friendship were relocated in a cemetery near Granger, south of the Granger Brethren Cemetery and adjacent to it, about 1 mile east of Granger, with two exceptions.

Daniel Robbins (1901-1906) and Louis Don Robbins (1911-1912) were moved to Greathouse Cemetery, Temple, Texas.

This was necessitated by the building of Laneport Dam in the early 1970's.

In addition to an original list on subsequent pages, the following burials were listed by the Army Corps of Engineers.  Bracketed information on the original list submitted to the Williamson County Historical Committee was also furnished by the Corps of Engineers."