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Aransas County, Texas


Each cemetery has its own Cemetery Association.  The Rockport Cemetery Association is in the process of indexing the cemetery records on computers.  We hope this can be made available on the Internet in the future.  Currently, there are indexes and books in the Aransas County Public Library of the Lamar and Rockport cemeteries.  There are also links provided below for data that is now online.

The following cemeteries are the major ones located in Aransas County; however, there may be other small family cemeteries which are not included here.  If you know of any cemeteries that are not listed, please send us an email giving us the name and location of the cemetery.

Cemetery Name Location Historical Information
The Lamar Cemetery 7 mi. N on SH 35 to Goose Island State Park, then E and NE on P-13 2.5 mi. to Cemetery Burial ground for pioneer settlers of the Lamar Community; founded by James W. Byrne; earliest grave is Patrick O'Connor's (1822-54).
Rockport Cemetery

Note On Rockport

Tule Park Rd., 1.25 mi. E of SH 35 Serves Rockport-Fulton community; oldest marked grave is Emma Fulton's (d. 1876); contains graves of veterans of the Texas Revolution, Civil War, WWI, WWII, Korea, and Vietnam.
Cementerio San Antonio de Padua .9 mi. N of Aransas Pass on Bus. SH 35 George Lewis (1859-1895) donated land at this site for a cemetery for Hispanic citizens of the area, provided that he be buried in the center
Fulton Cemetery 3 blocks E of SH 35 at 5th and Myrtle Sts. Land set aside and plotted by George Ware Fulton in 1868; earliest burial is a child Louis L. I. Greenough in 1869.
McLester Family Cemetery Rockport area on private property  
Powell-Young Family Aransas County  


Aransas Memorial Park Hwy. 188 just west of Hwy 35 Bypass