sent by Walter Bauer
The “Jentsch” ranch was sold many years ago to a family with
the last name of “Wolle”.
About two years ago it was again sold and this time to a developer.
Today Diane and I drove to the new development (Cordova Bend).
I had written to the new owners and a man called me letting me know
they had found a cemetery and had built a rock fence around it.
We found it.
Please note that the developer was the one who built the fence.
Inside view of Cemetery
The cemetery is located in Comal County. It is off
of Demi John Bend Road.
One turns into the Cordova Bend subdivision off of Demi John Bend Road
and drives until the road turns into a “T”. At the “T” turn right.
It is 1/10th of a mile East on the left. There are four known graves
in the cemetery.
The graves are as follows:
We are thinking that when the tombstone was made for
Louise it was used even though the last name was misspelled.
Geb. Sept 24, 1819
Gest. Nov 8, 1908
Ruhe in Frieden
Just to the right of Louise is:
Hier ruht in Frieden
Geb. Oct 4, 1817
Gest. Dec 6, 1900
On the East Corner is buried:
Born June 15, 1902
Died Oct 14, 1986
To the right of Rudolph is another grave with the following gravestone:
Ruhe sahftin Dukleine Engel
Geb un Gest.
Oct 23, 1901
The first picture of the wooded/prairie is looking South from the cemetery.
The picture with canyon lake in the background is looking North.