Enochs Cemetery

Name of cemetery Enochs Cemetery
Alternative name Steiner Ranch Cemetery
Location of cemetery This site is approximately 80′ x 80′ surrounded by a 4′ chain link fence. Set back approximately 150 feet east of Quinlan Park Road on private property
Latitude N 30 20.098
Longitude W 097 55.331
Driving directions Travel south on Quinlan Park Rd., through the developments of Steiner Ranch. The roadway becomes a 2 lane road headed toward the lake. Turn around at Shore Vista drive and park on the east shoulder of the road headed back north about 200′ north of Shore Vista Dr. There is a strand of barbed wire cut in the fence and a path leading to the cemetery. Existing cedar posts (2) & fieldstones outside and to the west of the fence line suggest that the chain link fencing may not encompass the entire burial grounds.
Date transcribed 3/24/2004
Transcribed by Vickie O’Bannon
Dale Flatt
Telephone 512-917-1666 (Dale Flatt)
Please note This page is part of the Austin Genealogical Society’s Cemetery Transcription Project. This information was compiled by volunteers who either transcribed historical records or visited the cemetery to write down the names and dates. Unless noted, the volunteer is not an affiliate of the cemetery.


Eliza Harriet Wade
wife of J.A. Enochs
born Nov. 25, 1830
married May 12, 1846
Died Sept. 7, 1873
Mother of a son and 3 daughters
Professed hope in Christ…words
J.A. Enochs
Apr. 4 1824- Dec. 5, 1898
A sinner saved by God
(in a separate walled-in grave)
Margaret Jane Hurst Wade
Oct. 8, 1838-Feb. 3, 1873
May she rest in peace
The pure in heart… God
(Another walled grave)
Margaret McCormick
May 13, 1834-Oct. 31, 1875
Thanks be to God which
giveth us victory
(connected and walled)
In memory of RH & MW McCormick
Born Dec. 28, 1881
Died Jan. 6, 1882
A. Banks (carved on fieldstone)
  Levi Banks Jr. (carved on fieldstone)