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    Old gravestone in Irving TX Sowers Cemetery Broken Tombstone

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    • Carul Mare

      Old gravestone in Sowers, Texas. Sowers is a ghost town located approximately 11 miles northwest of Dallas. Of the original townsite, only the cemetery remains.

    • Emily Simeroth

      Old gravestone in Irving TX Sowers Cemetery Broken Tombstone - I'm from Irving, may have to go look this one up!

    • Gwendolyn Jones

      Gone Home, finger pointing up, Old gravestones in Irving TX Sowers Cemetery Broken Tombstones markers, cemeteries, cemetery,

    • Tina Zyckowski-Petry

      Old gravestone in Irving TX Sowers Cemetery Broken Tombstone. Sad when u see a broken stone

    • JoLynn Trudeau

      Old gravestone in Irving TX Sowers Cemetery Broken Tombstone. Amen! Home indeed!

    • Lisa Sagers

      Old gravestone in Irving, TX ... Sowers Cemetery ... Broken Tombstone

    • R .

      Headstone in Sowers, Texas. Photo David Cole, 2010

    • Emma Sloan

      Broken tombstone in Sowers Cemetary, Irving, TX

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      Irving TX Sowers Cemetery Broken Tombstone

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