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Goodnight Cemetery

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This resting place for the dead is named after trailblazer and Indian scout Charles Goodnight,who, along with his wife Mary Ann Dyer Goodnight, settled in Texas. They were perhaps the best known ranchers of Texas and Charles is sometimes called "The Father of the Texas Panhandle." He most famously invented the Chuckwagon which was a 19th century field kitchen-covered wagon that was used to transport food and cooking equipment while doubling as a kitchen - a boon for cowboys far away from home. The cemetery is located north of Hwy 287 to Juliet Road. Turn right, then left on the paved road to cemetery. (Submitted by CJ Boales)

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