Funeral Homes in Bluegrove, TX


Below you fill find all funeral homes and cemeteries in or near Bluegrove.

Zip codes in the city: 76352.

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Davis Funeral Homes Incorporated

Brothers Doyle and George Davis, Clay County natives, founded Davis Funeral Home in Henrietta in February 1974 in a former residence at 1110 West Omega Street. In 1982 the Davis’ purchased Hawkins-Hilliard Funeral Home and moved into the...

Hampton Vaughan Funeral Home

Hampton Vaughan Funeral Home at Crestview Memorial Pak and Crestview Memorial Park have been providing funeral, cemetery and cremation services for Wichita Falls, Texas, since 1936.

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Nearby Funeral Homes for Bluegrove

Ainsworth Nelson & Son
109 Eastside Dr
Wichita Falls, TX 76301
Aulds Funeral Home
307 S Center St
Archer City, TX 76351
Crestview Memorial Park
1917 State Highway 79 N
Wichita Falls, TX 76307
Davis Funeral Homes Incorporated
316 S Bridge St
Henrietta, TX 76365
Dudley Funeral Home
525 Washington St
Ryan, OK 73565
Falls Funeral Home and Cremation Center
1903 Austin Street
Wichita Falls, TX 76301
Hampton Vaughan Funeral Home
1917 Archer City Hwy
Wichita Falls, TX 76302
Henrietta Hope Cemetery
600 S Red River St
Henrietta, TX 76365
Heritage Family Funeral Home
301 E Tarrant St
Bowie, TX 76230
Highland Cemetery Association
862 Rogers Rd
Iowa Park, TX 76305
Jerry Woods Funeral Home
600 Clay St
Nocona, TX 76255
Lunn's Colonial Funeral Home
2812 Midwestern Pkwy
Wichita Falls, TX 76308
Owens & Brumley Funeral Homes
1317 9th St
Wichita Falls, TX 76307
Owens Brumley Funeral Insurance Company
1408 8th St
Wichita Falls, TX 76301
Riverside Cemetery
1810 5th St
Wichita Falls, TX 76301
Scott-Morris Funeral Home
212 E Oak St
Nocona, TX 76255
Wells Funeral Home
909 Harding St
Wichita Falls, TX 76307
White Family Funeral Home
1418 Highway 59 N
Bowie, TX 76230
Wichita Falls Cemeteries
1809 5th St
Wichita Falls, TX 76301
Young & CO Funeral Home
822 Roosevelt St
Wichita Falls, TX 76307

Facts about Bluegrove, Texas

Bluegrove is an unincorporated community on Farm to Market Road 172 11 miles southeast of Henrietta in central Clay County, Texas, United States.Early settlers named the area for the post oak trees that appeared blue from a distance at certain times of the day. The Bluegrove Baptist Church was established in 1878 by families living in the area around what would become the town, and is the oldest permanent Baptist church in Wichita, Archer, and Clay Counties. The church originally met in the school before constructing a church building at its present location in 1893. J.L. Russell was among the earliest settlers before there was a town, homesteading a mile south of the present day community. He was a founder of the Bluegrove Baptist Church, and donated the northeast corner of his land for the creation of the Bluegrove Cemetery, one mile due south of the community. Bluegrove also had a Methodist church and Church of Christ, which have since disbanded. The Bluegrove Community Center, which houses numerous historical photographs, is located in the old Methodist Church.Though settlers began homesteading in the area in the 1870s leading to the founding of the school and church before there was a town, settlement of the town began after 1882 when E.A. Copp, L.B. Brown, and E.M. Childs divided into lots the land where their original homesteads intersected and sold them to settlers to create Blue Grove, later changed to its current spelling by the postal service. A.W. Flinn established a general store and Bluegrove quickly became an economic hub for local farmers and ranchers. In 1895, Bluegrove received its post office, which is still in operation. The town at one time contained a blacksmith shop, garage, laundromat, pharmacy, several doctor's offices, hardware store, automobile and tractor dealership, movie theater, and numerous other businesses. Passed by major thoroughfares and railroads, most of the businesses were destroyed by a major fire in 1942, and due to the hard times of the Great Depression, boys going off to fight in WWII, and easier transportation most businesses either did not rebuild or chose to relocate to Henrietta. Bluegrove reached a population high in the 1920s of 240, but declined throughout the 20th Century and reported a population of 125 at century's end. The town remains a farming and ranching community. Founded in 1938 and still headquartered in Bluegrove the J-A-C Electric Cooperative serves Jack, Archer, and Clay counties.

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Bluegrove is an unincorporated area community on Farm to Market Road 172 11 miles southeast of Henrietta, Texas in central Clay County, Texas County, Texas, United States. . . . .

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