Port Isabel Cemetery

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Port Isabel Cemetery began with workers on El Fronton de Santa Isabel Ranch since the 1840s, although the oldest gravestones that still stand are from the 1880s. It became a Catholic cemetery (French Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate) in 1849, but folks of all faiths are buried here. The apparition of a little boy is said to wander throughout the cemetery.

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Geographic Information

Address:
N Musina St and W Davis St
Port Isabel, TX
United States

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GPS:
26.077061018021595, -97.21114951378695
County:
Cameron County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Port Isabel, TX (0.3 mi.)
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