Rose Hill


Tulia, Swisher County, Texas

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Rose Hill Cemetery was named by Mrs Lula B. Tomlinson. She said “We have the hill some day we will have the roses.”

Mr. W. T. Adams is thought to have donated land for the cemetery. Later a fee was paid for it by W. B. Hale, County Judge.

Louis H. Harrel was the first known person buried in the Tulia Cemetery (his grave was the first marked grave). This stone says Harrell. The second grave was a four year old, Robert Alonzo Hutchinson, son of W. B. and Virginia Hutchinson.

You can find more information about this cemetery in the book Windmilling (1876-1977).

You are welcome to review the old files below but for the most current information, please use FindaGrave.

Section A

Section B

Section C – North Side

Section C – South Side

Section D – North Side

Section D – South Side

Section E

Section F

Section G

Section H

Section I

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