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Descendants of two Texas Rangers attend dedication

Descendants of two Texas Rangers attend dedication
Descendants of Texas Rangers Pat Craighead and Charles Peyton Warren (l-r) Rick Sheehy, Judy Sheehy Johle, Allison Sullivan Moyer, and Chris Sullivan attend the May 26 Texas Ranger Cross dedication in Sutherland Springs.

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The Sutherland Springs Cemetery Association dedicated two Texas Ranger Crosses for Pat Craighead and Charles Peyton Warren on May 26 in the Sutherland Springs Community Center.

Descendants of these Texas Rangers were present to unveil the cross and spoke on behalf of their ancestors. Rick Sheehy and his sister, Judy Sheehy Johle, both of Houston, spoke on behalf of their great-grandfather, Charles Warren. Allison Sullivan Moyer and her brother, Chris Moyer of Ingram, spoke on behalf of their great-uncle, Pat Craighead.

Pat was a great-grandchild of Dr. John Sutherland, who gave land for the Sutherland Springs Cemetery in 1860. The Sutherland Springs Cemetery has four Texas Rangers buried there, including Parker Weston, Sanford Brown, Charles P. Warren, and Pat Craighead.

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