Smoothing Iron Cemetery
Lavaca County

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by: Norma Casey
Sublime Area, Texas

To get to the Smoothing Iron Cemetery travel East out of Sublime on Hwy 90-A approx. 1 mile to CR 149. Turn left on CR 149 and travel 0.7 miles. This county road curves to the left. At the curve you will see a sign that says Smoothing Iron Cemetery 1859. Follow this gravel road for 0.4 miles. The cemetery is on the left side of the road. It is fenced and well kept.

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