Ann Whitney - Hamilton, Hamilton County, Texas
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Directions: located in center of old Hamilton City Cemetery, just off US 281 north 7-8 blocks from courthouse square
Marker #: 5193005793
Year Dedicated: 1993
Size, type: Grave Marker
Last reported condition: None; Good
Ann Whitney - (1839 - 1867) Described as a stout lady with an engaging personality, Elizabeth (Ann) Whitney confirmed that she could be strong, brave, and resourceful on one fateful July day in 1867. Ann was a teacher at a nearby frontier school. Suddenly, during the course of a typical school day, a party of Comanche Indians attacked. Reportedly pierced by 18 arrows during the ordeal, Ann Whitney nevertheless helped all but a young boy escape before dying herself.
Decimal degrees:  N 31.710125   W -98.130687
Degrees, minutes: N 31 42.607   W 098 07.841
UTM: Zone 14, Easting 582370, Northing 3508634
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