|Name Of Cemetery||Swedish Evangelical Free Mission Church Cemetery|
|Location of cemetery||near 9100 Maha Loop, west of the Elroy community, in southern Travis County|
|Driving Directions||from the intersection of U.S. 71 and U.S. 183, drive south on U.S. 183 4 miles; turn left at FM-812, go 4.5 miles; turn right on Maha Loop, go .5 miles. The cemetery is on the right.|
|Notes||This cemetery is on property owned by Henry and Roxy Foradory. There are no visible signs of the cemetery — neither grave stones nor cemetery gates, fences, or signs. The owners of this property maintain a business, H & H Foradory Construction, Inc., .1 mile south of the cemetery, at 9222 Maha Loop.
Information about burials in this cemetery, as well as the cemetery name itself, is from a March 1994 document on letterhead of the First Evangelical Free Church, located in Austin.
|Date transcribed||November 2006|
|Transcribed by||Ronnie Pitman and Suzanne Pitman|
|Please note||This page is part of the Austin Genealogical Society’s Cemetery Transcription Project. This information was compiled by volunteers who either transcribed historical records or visited the cemetery to write down the names and dates. Unless noted, the volunteer is not an affiliate of the cemetery.|
|LAST NAME||FIRST NAME||MIDDLE NAME||BIRTHDATE||DEATHDATE||NOTE|
|Blomquist||Axel||Frederick||May 25, 1904||August 24, 1904|
|Olsen||Ellen||Teresia||March, 1891||November 23, 1913||Name of husband: Paul.|
|Palmquist||A young girl.|
|Nelson||Carl||A man from the northern United States.|