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Pioneer Rest Cemetery  
620 Sameuls Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76102

The oldest cemetery in Fort Worth is the final resting place of 13 soldiers, including Brigadier General Edward H. Tarrant and Brevet Major Ripley Allen Arnold, and Arnold’s two children, Sophie and Willis, who were killed from 1849 to 1853.

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Mike Griffis
I saw this cemetery when I was a boy in the 1950's on a field trip from Riverside Elem. School. We were taken there by our third grade teacher on a city bus and she had no aids or assistants and was able to control 29 students and get us back to school without loosing anyone. Wish there were photographs.
Mike Griffis at at 01:20PM, 2010/07/26.
This cemetery is the final resting place of the Honored Dead of Tarrant County. I sincerely wish there were hours posted when the cemetery would be attended and the gates open so I could take pictures of the burial place of General Tarrant.
John at at 11:56AM, 2011/05/19.
It is so sad that we cannot get in to visit . This is Ft. Worth history, it should be open for us to experience
RUTH A. ROGERS at at 01:50AM, 2011/11/06.

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