Name Of Cemetery MARSHALL-EANES CEMETERY
Location of Cemetery: 1000 block FM 2244, Westlake.
Directions: Drive from MoPac west on Loop 360, turn around on FM 2244; drive south to 1000 block; right into large office building; drive to parking lot on NW; 375′ to cem.
Condition: Cemetery is in disarray and is unfenced, except for the one grave
History: Robert Eanes (1805 – 1895) South Carolina native Robert Eanes and his family came to Travis County from Mississippi in 1872. They joined his brother Alexander Eanes, who had arrived in 1845. Robert Eanes purchased a ranch from his brother in 1873, on which he built the first school, The area and school both assumed the Eanes name. Upon his death in 1895, Robert Eanes was buried next to his wife Eliza.
Marker: Texas Historical Cemetery (TV-C136)
Submitted: Paul Schumann, April 21, 2014

 

SURNAME FIRST NAME BIRTH DEATH INSCRIPTION INFORMATION
Eanes Eliza Howell May 27, 1825 1882 (broken marker, surrounded by fence) wife of Robert Eanes
Eanes Robert 1805 1895 (unmarked grave)
Marshall Viola Eanes 1865 1947 wife of Hudson Marshall
Marshall Hudson Boatner 1862 1951
Marshall Litten B. May 20, 1933
Marshall Dan Howell 1894 1978 PFC Army WW1
Marshall Winifred Hunter Apr 13, 1903 May 12, 1993 “Everyone Loved Her”
Barnett Clara M Oct 11, 1942
Eanes Robert H. Nov 20, 1905 Feb 2, 1935 “Here He Lies Where he Longed to Be”