Camp County Cemeteries


If you would like to transcribe a Camp County cemetery, or have information on one, please contact Sheila Pool.
We would love to get all the cemetery burials online!

Bailey-Browning Family .
Bolton .
Bynum .
Cedar Grove .
Center Point Just off FM 2057, nine miles SE of Pittsburg
Center Ridge aka New Hope .
Children of the Corn Just south of Hwy 11 and east of Leesburg. Endangered. Oak trees growing through the graves, standing in a private clump. Four graves with marble markers, earliest about 1860s, all children. May include other unmarked graves. Wire fence, surrounded by cattle and pasture. Impacted site, other burials may be obscured. Possible lignite mine.
Cross Roads Mule Deer Rd & FM 2454, five miles SSW of Pittsburg
County Line
See Riley's Chapel
.
Curlin .
Domino .
Ebenezer FM 557, five miles SE of Pittsburg
Handsome .
Hanson .
Hepsibah .
Hickory Hill .
Hopewell .
Leesburg .
Macedonia .
Macedonia Black .
Maple Springs Hwy 11, twelve miles W of Pittsburg
Matinburg Cemetery FM 556, seven miles SW of Pittsburg
Myrtle Springs .
New Mine FM 1519, about 3 miles SW of Pittsburg
North Chapel .
Oak Grove .
Piney Grove .
Pitts Family .
Pittsburg .
Porter .
Reeves Chapel Cemetery FM 1519, four miles SW of Pittsburg
Riley's Chapel Cemetery 
(aka County Line Cemetery)
FM 557, fourteen miles SE of Pittsburg
Rose Hill .
Smart .
Traylor Just north of Hwy 11, three miles ENE of Pittsburg
Union Chapel .
West Chapel .
Wilks FM 557, ten miles SE of Pittsburg
Yallo Busha Cemetery - (aka Henderson Burying Ground) FM 2455, about fifteen miles SE of Pittsburg


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