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Houston, Leon, Madison, Cherokee, Walker, Anderson, and Trinity Counties

Submitted by:  Roy C. Smith


4 X 4 Ranch (Black) Cemetery (Houston County)

4 X 4 Ranch (White) Cemetery (Houston County)

7 - J Ranch (Black)(aka Smith and Potter Farm) (Houston County)
see Smith Cemetery (Black)(Houston County)

7 - J Ranch (White)(aka Smith and Potter Farms) (Houston County) see Smith Cemetery (White) (Houston County)
Abandoned Cemetery at Rusk (Cherokee County) Abandoned cemetery is located on the east side of HWY 69 south of Rusk. It it right off FM 1102 on the right. It is  an old cemetery in the woods. There are only 3 marked graves now. About 40 years ago there were from 25-30 marked graves. The photo on the left is a picture of the road going to the cemetery. The photo on the right is a view of the cemetery. If you look closely you can see one of the markers about two thirds of the way up, a little to the left.
Abbs Family (Grapeland Area) (Houston County) Established 1973. 12 miles west of Grapeland on FM 227, this family cemetery was first used in 1973.
GPS 312833919N 953929303W

Abraham B. Elliott Family (Houston County) This family burial ground is located south of Lovelady on FM 230 in the Prairie Point community. To find it. First road east after passing Tantabogue Creek when traveling south. At fork, bear right and travel approx. a mile. The cemetery is in the woods on the Ben Parker heir’s property.

Academy Hill Cemetery (Leon County) Take Mayer Street from FM 542 and go to Post Street. Turn left on Post Street and go to Academy Hill Road. Turn right on Academy Hill road and go about a mile- pass the Durant’s house on the right - and turn left at the next dirt road. You can see a few markers on the left surrounded by big yaupons.

Adaline Platt Hill Cemetery (Houston County) Cemetery is located five miles east on SH 7 from Crockett on land belonging to F. A. Smith, and the former home place of Adaline Platt Hill.
GPS 311948393N 952308069W

Adams – Little Memorial Cemetery (aka John Adams Memorial Cemetery) (Houston County) Location: From FM 227/FM 1272 Junction in Grapeland, go 7.5 miles west on FM 1272. At the very end of FM 1272, where the pavement ends and it becomes CR 2265, turn right and go 1.6 miles north on CR 2290 (there is Antrim Cemetery sign posted in intersection). Cemetery is in front yard of house on 1712 CR 2290, approx. 73 ft. northeast of road. A marker recently placed there reads: (In J. F. Martin Estate) John Adams died 1852.
GPS 310448706N 953513100W

Afton Grove-Vinson Cemetery (aka Tilley Cemetery) (Cherokee County)

Ainsworth Grave (Houston County) About a mile down the road from Richardson-Greggs Family Graves is another grave. Once had a marker. 2 gravesites. This land was and/or is M. D. Womack.

Air Corps Cadet (grave site) (Houston County) One grave down Pipe Line Road about 5 miles from Latexo.

Alabama (aka Old Alabama, Jacob Allbright, and Chandler Cemetery) (Houston County) Located west of Porter Springs on FM 132 about 7 miles. Near entrance of the Poller Ranch at the site of Alabama Ferry, now identified with an official Texas Centennial Limestone Marker. The grave of Jacob Allbright, considered the founder of Old Alabama and the Ferry at this Trinity River point, is said to be within sight of his home which was near the entrance of the present farm-ranch. The cemetery, originally Old Alabama, is identified as Chandler Cemetery. Many graves are located in the burial grounds but few are marked. A sister of Fred and Jeff McDonald was probably one of the last burials. Also possibly buried here are second wife of Jacob, Samantha Allbright, his sister Isabell and a child 13 graves dates 1852 through 1910.
GPS 311415893N 954300849W

Aldredge/Dunn Cemetery (Angelina County) Located West of Lufkin, 1 mile south of Hwy 103 on FM 706. Turn west on FM 1194 off of West Loop 287, when FM 1194 turns south (left) go straight on FM 3150. At the Y at FM 706 and FM 3150, turn right. The cemetery is on the right.

Allen Cemetery (Angelina County) Located in Allentown,south of the FmRd.843 and Allen Gin Rd. intersection on what is known as the "Homestead of Hiram Andrew (Bud)Allen".(now owned by someone else ... I believe)

Allen Family Cemetery (Angelina County) Access to this old burial site was denied by the property owners many months ago, thus the following transcription was taken from the Angelina County Cemetery Records vol.I.
The location is off Hwy.69 north in the Central area.

Allphin Cemetery (Madison County) Allphin Cemetery is located at 7484 FM 2346, Midway, Texas. From the courthouse, go east on Hwy. 21 to FM 2346, then north on FM 2346 to the cemetery on
Alto City Cemetery (Cherokee County) Alto City Cemetery is located of HWY 69onRusk Street 1/4 mile on the right in Alto, Texas.
Anderson-Ellis Cemetery (Trinity County) This cemetery is in Trinity County, Texas. Located east of Lovelady on FM 1280, one mile past the Friday Community, turn left at the cemetery sign.

Andrews Cemetery (Madison County) The Andrews Cemetery is located about two miles north of the intersection
of FM 978 and FM 2289 on the right side of the road. It is enclosed in a cyclone fence. This cemetery is located on family land.

Antioch Cemetery (Cherokee County) The Antioch cemetery is located about five miles SW of Jacksonville, Texas. South from U.S. highway 79 onto FM 747, then south on County Road 3111. The Methodist Church and cemetery are on top of a hill on the left side of County Road 3111.  The cemetery is well maintained and has one huge old oak tree in it.  The entrance is on the West side of the cemetery and the row letters begin with A on the first row inside the entrance.  The earliest burial was in 1918.

Antioch, Lovelady Cemetery (white) (Houston County) Located about 5 miles southwest of Lovelady on FM 230. The short driveway into and through the cemetery leads to the Antioch Baptist Church located at the back of the cemetery. Also has a Texas Historical Commission Historical Marker
GPS 31054786195N 95301791518W

Antioch, Lovelady Cemetery (black)(Houston County). The black section is at the entrance gate, turn right along a fence, the black section is to the east-south fence area. Also has a Texas Historical Commission Historical Marker.
GPS 31054786195N 95301791518W

Antioch, Lovelady Cemetery (slave)(Houston County) The black section is at the entrance gate, turn right along a fence, the black section is to the east-south fence area. Also has a Texas Historical Commission Historical Marker. By word of many, people state that the slave section is to the north of the Church and the new additions to the church. Lost in the woods, nothing marked, grown over with trees and brush.
GPS 31054786195N 95301791518W

Antioch, Ratcliff Cemetery (Houston County) Located off SH 7 between Kennard and Ratcliff in Houston County, is located near Coltharp Community. A sign was erected at the site of the Calthart-Hagerville road intersection directing traffic. The cemetery is about 3 ½ miles on CR 4470. Another sign is just east of the business section of Ratcliff. The distance is about 2 miles and off CR 4720.

Antrim Cemetery (Houston County) Location of the cemetery is about 7.5 miles west of Grapeland on FM 1272. Turn right on a dirt road CR 2290 and go about 2.2 miles. It is just across Mackleroy Spring Branch on a hill to the right. The cemetery is well kept and enclosed by a cyclone fence. It consists of 5.3 acres and derived its name from W. F. Gray who came from Antrim, England in the 1800’s
GPS 313240218N 953634047W

Arbor Road Burial Site (Houston County) Located in the Arbor Community near the corner of FM 232 and Old Arbor Road. Only 2 infant graves.

Aldrich, Collin (Houston County) Located about 9 miles from Crockett on SH 21 west is a Historical Marker for this early county cemetery. Site was originally a family burial plot, but no markers were visible when the new highway was built. When this was discovered, an acre was set aside, and a memorial marker erected by the State of Texas in 1935. Collin Aldrich, San Jacinto Veteran, First Chief Justice of Houston County., Texas. Born May 2, 1801 and died 1842. A stairway leads from the highway to the marker, which is behind a fence. Marker is easily read, and the area is kept neatly mowed.

Arledge & Jones Cemetery (Houston County) Located about 10 miles east of Crockett off SH 7, within the Dave E. Rains Ranch (1987), practically lost in the woods.
GPS 312043313N 951746683W

Armstrong Harrison Cemetery (Cherokee County) located about one mile northwest of Alto on the south side of FM 2139.
Arnold Cemetery (Cherokee County) The Arnold Cemetery is in southern Cherokee County, 3 ½ miles northwest of Forest on FM 1911. Surveyed on 11 Jun 2000, verified on 30 Sep 2000. There were 269 graves.
Arnold Cemetery (Houston County)(From records at TexGenWeb) No local information.

Arnwine Plot (Cherokee County) Arwine Plot is located on Dr. Striplings yard at Lake Jacksonville.
Ash Community (aka Murphy) see Murphy (Houston County)

Atkins Cemetery (aka Adkins Cemetery (Houston County) The cemetery is now covered by Houston County Lake (USGenWev) west of Grapeland near Pennington land.
Atoy Cemetery (Cherokee County) There is no entrance sign. Atoy Cemetery is located east of Rusk, Texas, in the Atoy community. At the intersection of Hwy 69 & FM 343 just south of Rusk turn east. Go about 7 miles the cemetery is on the left side of the road.
Augusta Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Boston Cemetery) Located in Augusta on FM 1680, 10 miles east of Grapeland and 0.3 mile of FM 227. John and Lucinda Sheridan, Daniel and Hannah McLeanfirst settlers early 1820’s. The two men killed by Indians, 1837; Sheridan buried by home north of here on Silver Creek. Widow married Mr. Murchison whose wife and children were killed by Indians in Edens-Massacre southwest of San Pedro Crek 1838. Texas Historical Marker issued 1990.

Augusta Community/Post Oak Cemetery. See Post Oak Cemetery (Houston County)

Bailey Cemetery (Leon County) Located south of Oakwood on FM 542 approx. 16 miles, on the right in pasture, private property, gate locked.

Balis Edens Family Cemetery (Houston County) Located about 9 miles west of Grapeland on Private property. Go 6.9 miles west on FM 227, turn right at CR 2235 and go 1/6 mile south. At fork, go right on CR 2245 for approx. 0.6 mile to locked gate. From gate go approx. 0.6 mile to locked gate. From gate go approx. 0.1 mile west north on driveway and stop just before second gate on west side of large pond. Cross Big Elkhart Creek. Cemetery is in a pasture with a fence. Texas Historical Marker issued in 1997.
GPS 312959689N 953645557W

Ball Cemetery at Alto (Cherokee County) Ball cemetery is located on the Thomas Ball farm NE of Alto. One grave only.

Ball Cemetery at Maydelle (Cherokee County) Ball Cemetery is located 3 miles southeast of Maydelle, in a woods, off a dirt road 3/4 mile.

Bannerman Cemetery (Leon County) Take sh 542 in Oakwood and go south to River Bend Road. Turn left on River Bend Toad. Located on Coleman Carter Land, 6 miles southeast of Oakwood., and past Glaze Lake.

Barbee Cemetery (Houston County) merged with Lovelady Evergreen Cemetery (Houston County)

Barbee-Hale Cemetery (Houston County) (aka) Cook-Hale-Barbee see Cook-Hale-Barbee (Houston County)

Barge Cemetery (Angelina County) Traveling south from the city of Zavalla on US Hwy 69, turn right on
FM 1270. This will be the first FM road to the left about a mile out of town. About 2 miles out take the Barge Cemetery Rd. to the right.
The cemetery is at the end of this road.

Barron - Thomas Cemetery (Angelina County) (Black) From Athens, S. Palestine, take Farm to Market Road 59 to Cross Roads, at unmarked graves, some are rocks and some are funeral home markers that have been destroyed
by animals. The cemetery is now fenced in to protect what is left of it. The Anderson/Henderson County line marker (concrete) is located in this

Barshiries Cemetery (aka Gossett Cemetery) see Gossett Cemetery (Houston County)

Bateman Cemetery (Leon County) From the intersection of SH 7 and SH 79 in Marquez take SH 79 and go south, 3.1 miles it will by the intersection of SH 3. Keep going on SH 79 another 1.1 miles to a gate on the right side of the road. The cemetery is about 100 ft. off the highway. It is behind trees and underbrush and can not be seen from the highway. A 4 foot tall concrete fence that is about 60 ft square encloses the cemetery. The only entrance to the graves is a set of concrete stops that go up three steps on the outside of the enclosure and then three steps down into the burial area.

Bath Union Cemetery (Walker County)

Batson Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located one mile southeast of Normangee, TX on Batson Road. It is about one half mile off the road in a pasture on the east side of the road. It is on private property and has a chain link fence.

Baugh/Peoples Cemetery (Leon County) Located east of Marquez US 79 approx. 4 miles. On Raymond Newsom Land.

Beard Family (Houston County)
Beason – Box Cemetery see Box – Beason Cemetery (Houston County)

Beaver Dam Cemetery (Leon County) Located east of Centerville, SH 7, approx. 6 miles, to CR 204. Left on CR 204, 1 ½ miles, to CR 207, right on CR 207 approx. 3 miles.

Beazley Family Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Reynard Cemetery) (Houston County) Located 11 miles from Grapeland, west on FM 227 then turn left on 2544 to the Glenn Beazley farm; from the gate ¼ mile the graves are under a clump of Cedar trees to the edge of the woods.

Beazley, Katherine Pennington (Houston County) (see Katherine Pennington Beazley (Houston County)

Beggs Family Cemetery (Leon County) This cemetery is on Private Land not accessible to the public. Located about 5 miles Northeast of Centerville as the old road went from Centerville to Flo – about a mile or two west of this road on land Robert Beggs bought from Henry White in 1851.

Bell, Rich Plot Cemetery (Trinity County) reinterned in Huntsville Cemetery (Walker County)

Belote/Spivey Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: on private property owned by the H.C.Polk Ranch located off US HWY.5from Burke community on left side across from Burke Methodist Church,100 yards off US 59.


Benge Cemetery (Cherokee County) Benge cemetery is located to the South and West of Jacksonville, Texas, On County Road 3111, 2-3 miles south of the Antioch communi­ty on the left.  It is very small in a heavily wooded area.  A giant old cedar tree marks the proba­ble spot at which the cemetery began. Many of the older more vulnerable stones have been broken but most have been replaced with newer stones.  The stone for Lola Hill is broken in many pieces and hasn't been replaced.


Beason – Box Cemetery see Box – Beason Cemetery


Bennett Cemetery (Trinity County) Bennett Cemetery is reached by taking SH 94 north from Groveton, Texas, for 12 miles. The cemetery sign is located about 2 miles past Centerville School. Turn left and follow the unpaved road about ¼ mile up a small hill to one of the largest cemeteries in the county.


Bennett Family Cemetery


Bennett Grave (Trinity County) This grave is on private property. Six miles north northwest of FM 3134, in the woods. This gravesite was not located during September-October 2004 survey by Texas Historical Commission.


Benton Cemetery (Trinity County) This cemetery is on private property. Take US 287 west from Groveton or US 287 east from Crockett. Exit to Pennington. Turn on FM 358, about 4 miles turn onto Reese Road; turn right onto Benton Road. At the end of Benton Road turn left at the double gates onto a winding road that will lead through two gates, then the cemetery. You may contact the landowners through Trini8ty County Historical Commission .

Berry Cemetery (Angelina County)


Berry Cemetery (Cherokee County) Berry Cemetery is located on FM 1857 approximately seven miles southwest of Rusk, Texas, at a sharp bend in the road before you get to Sardis Cemetery. At one time this cemetery must have had 25-30 graves but all except the graves below are unmarked.


Berryman Cemetery (Cherokee County) Berryman Cemetery is located 3½ miles northeast of Alto, on the old Forest Hills Plantation on CR 2501, .6 miles east of FM 241. The log house known as Forest Hills was built in 1847 on the property that was part of the original grant for which James Dill, first alcalde of Nacogdoches, petitioned the Spanish government in 1802.

 
Berry, Winfred Cemetery (Angelina County) see Winfred Berry Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: On Winfred Berry property.....out Hwy.103 east of Lufkin,
past FM.RD.326, turn left onto Angelina Co.Rd. # 145 ( Whitehead Road),go 2.7 miles,on right.

Besser Cemetery (Walker County)

Bethel Cemetery (Leon County) From Flynn take SH 977 and go est 3.8 miles to CR 408. Go south on CR 408 0.3 mile to PR 4180. Go west on PR 4280 0.3 mile. Cemetery is on the left about 100 yeards in a thick grove of trees.

Bethel Cemetery (Houston County) (aka McKelvey Cemeteery) (Houston County)

Bethesda Cemetery (Leon County) From the intersection of SH3 at SH 79 take SH 3 and go south 8.2 miles to CR 470. Turn left on CR 470. Cemetery will be on the left at approx. 1 mile. The highway Cemetery sign on the west side of SH 3 says Bethesda. On the East side of SH 3 there is a wooden sign that says Williams Cemetery. The Cemetery Association calls their Cemetery “Bethesda”

Bethlehem Cemetery (Madison County) Bethlehem Cemetery is located at 4989 Church Ln, North Zulch. It is 15.3
miles from the Madison County Courthouse, west on Hwy. 21 to FM 39, south on FM 39 to FM 1372, west on FM 1372 .1 of a mile to Church Ln and south on Church Ln .3 of a mile.

Billingsly Cemetery (Walker County)

Black Jack Cemetery (Walker County)

Blackshear Cemetery (Trinity County) This cemetery is on private property, 5 ½ miles north of Glendale Community, TX on left, there are eleven cedar trees planted in rows for four/four/three and fieldstones without names for the 6 or 8 people buried there.

Blackshear Bend Cemetery (Leon County) Located east of Oakwood on gravel road approx. 6 miles, pass dirt road to Glaze Lake, several more miles on the right, in the woods.

Blair Family Cemetery (Houston County) Located on FM 232 at Shady Grove, 2.2 miles north of US 287. This is a new cemetery, and at present time has 1 grave.
GPS 31160157949N 95192047502W

Bluff Cemetery (Leon County) (Black) From Oakwood go south on FM 542 about 8 miles. Turn left at the Bluff Cemetery sign. Follow the road about ½ mile.

Bobbitt Cemetery (Houston County) Located about 5 miles east of Augusta on FM 227. It has about 132 marked graves and about 30 recorded only by numbered slabs with the names in the record book (in 1986). This is a Historical Designation 2005.

Bobbitt Memorial (Houston County) Located about 5 miles east of Augusta on FM 227. It has about 132 marked graves and about 30 recorded only by numbered slabs with the names in the record book (in 1986). This is a Historical Designation 2005.

Bodan Cemetery (Angelina County)

Bodenheim Cemetery (Houston County) Located 12 miles east of Grapeland at Liberty Hill, off FM 227, then go north on FM 3026.

Boggs Cemetery (Houston County) Located about 3 miles southwest of Austonio off FM 1280 west for 3 miles, left at bend, right on CR 3190, left at bend in road. Sign on gate. The land for the cemetery was given to the community for a cemetery, school and church sometime before 1835 by a Mr. Bobby Boggs. Later the school and church was moved to another location about 2 miles from the cemetery and the new community became known as the Ash Community.
GPS 31122826756N 95404623644

Bobby Slough Burial Plot (Trinity County) Take SH 94 est from Apple Springs to within a mile of the Neches River bridge. On the left you will see a road with a sign indicating Boggy Slough. About 1 ¼ miles north of SH 94.

Boggy Cemetery (Black)(Leon County) From Flynn take FM 977 east across the railroad tracks. As soon as you cross the railroad tracks CR 419 takes off to the left. Take CR 419 and passing CR 422 at 1.9 miles continuing a total of 2.75 miles to the end of CR419/ Thereis a cattle guard here and this is the beginning of PR 4255. Keep on PR 4255 for another 0.41 mile to the nest cattle guard. As soon as you cross this cattle guard turn left onto a pasture road that follows a fence 0.20 miles to a metal gate. Go another 0.25 miles to another metal gate. Go another 0.23 mil to another metal gate (this one is old and best up). At about 400 feet further is another gate. Do no go through this gate, instead turn left as you approach this gate and follow the fence about 100 feet to the entrance of the cemetery/
Bohemian Cemetery (Trinity County) The cemetery is on privately owned land & Davy Crockett National Forest.  The directions given for finding this cemetery were to take State Highway 94 from Groveton, TX, toward Apple Springs, turn right at the Lacy Cemetery sign, go past the Lacy cemetery to Parkers & Roxie Tullos places, take the first road to the left & the Bohemian Cemetery would be on the right side of this almost abandoned road in the woods. You will need an escort to access the cemetery through private land, you must contact the landowner through Trinity County Historical Commission, P.O. Box 123, Groveton, TX 75845.


Boontown Cemetery (Trinity County) To reach Boonetown Cemetery, from Groveton, Texas, take State Highway 94 West seven and 1/2 miles to the Boonetown Cemetery sign (start looking to the right after Westville Road sign or from Trinity, look for the Boonetown Cemetery on the left sign about 1 mile from Friday Road.  Turn on "Boonetown Cemetery Road" for one and three-tenths miles to the cemetery, which is set back on the right side of the road. From Trinity, take State Highway 94 East approximately 13 miles to cemetery sign. Turn left on Friday Road for one and three-tenths miles to the cemetery.

Boswell Cemetery (Walker County)

Bowdoin Cemetery (Houston County) This small cemetery near Porter Springs is located on land that has been in the Bowdoin family since 1847. From SH 7 west of Crockett, go 5.5 miles south on FM 132 (or 3.0 miles south of Porter Springs). Cemetery is located in pasture behind house approx. 175 ft. north of road.
GPS 311446901N 953808368W

Bowen Cemetery (Angelina County)

Bowling Cemetery Located on CR 428, off FM 1147

Box Cemetery #2 (Houston County) (aka Cook-Hall-Barbee) see Cook-Hall-Barbee Cemetery (Houston County)

Box Family Cemetery (Houston County) From Latexo US 287 to right on FM 2663 about 3.2 miles east on FM 2663. Turn right at second gate across from brick house and go approx. 0.25 mile south across drainage and field. At this point the cemetery is located approx. 400 ft. due west of the dim road in a wooded grove at the southwest corner of field.
GPS 312336652N 952521269W

Box-Beeson Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Beeson-Box, and White Rock Cemetery) (Houston County) Located 1.2 miles south of Crockett on SH 10 on what was known as the Leo Knox Ranch. Cemetery is in field on left (east) side of road, approx. 0.35 mile from road, just north of Given Homesite Marker. The cemetery has three 1936 Texas Centennial Markers: (1) Rev. John Thomas Griffin Box, (2) John Andrew Box, (3) John Andrew Box. All veterans of the Battle of San Jacinto. Texas Historical Marker dated 1993.
GPS 31634712N 952745720W

Boykin Cemetery (Angelina County) see Frank Boykin Cemetery (Angelina County)

Boykin Chapel Cemetery (Trinity County) (Leon County) From SH 75 take FM 831 east 7.1 miles to East CR 212. Flo Church is located at this intersection. Go another 1 ½ miles to cemetery sign on FM 831. Located on J. O. Boykin Property.
Bozeman Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located one and one half miles west of Antioch on the Bozeman Ferry Road just past the junction of Antioch Road and Bozeman Ferry Road. The fenced cemetery is on the west side, about one fourth mile into the pasture and straight west of the junction in a grove of trees.


Braden Cemetery (Leon County) Take I-45 to Leona Exit. Go east on FM 977 to FM 1179. Go south (right) on FM 1179 approx. 1.25 miles to Caney Creek. On the north side of Caney Creek on the east side of FM 1179 there is an old oil field road (gate locked). The Cemetery is approx. 1 mile down this old road.

Brazil Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: Angelina County just off Fm.Rd.2251 on private property.

Brent (Houston County) (aka Brent graveyard, and Brent Graves) (Houston County) From Crockett take SH 21 to Ratcliff, turn left onto Forest Service Road 513 for 0.3 mile south; turn left at a Private Road and go 0.4 mile east.
GPS 312507325N 951108671W

Bridges Cemetery (Houston County) In Mound City area near the north Houston County Line. From FM 228 and FM 2022 junction go 1.0 mile east. Cemetery is located in pasture on north side of road just west of CR 1730.
GPS 313421997N 952321387W

Brown Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Old Brown) (Houston County) Located about 17 miles east of Crockett in Hickory Creek Community. From SH 7 between Berea and Kennard, go approx. 5.1 miles north on FM 1733. Turn left onto CR 1105 and go 2.7 miles west on CR 1105. The cemetery is approx. 1 mile south-southeast of road on Private Property.

Brown Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: from Huntington go on Fm.Rd.2109 about 10 miles,
turn right on Co.Rd.203.

Brushy Cemetery (Buffalo) (Leon County) Located south of Buffalo US 75, approx. 4 miles to FM 831. Approx. 1 mile down FM 831 to CR 2721. Turn right on CR 2721 and go approx. 1 mile. Cemetery will be on the left.

Brushy Creek Cemetery (Leon County)

Buffalo Cemetery (Leon County) Go east on SH 79 0.9 mile from the intersection of SH 75 in Buffalo. There is a Cemetery sign on the ghighway. The entrance is on the east side of the elementary school.


Bullard Memorial Cemetery (Cherokee County) The Bullard Memorial Cemetery is located about one mile Southeast of Bullard, Texas, on the North side of FM 2493, Between FM 2493 and US 69. It is not fenced, but is well maintained and easy to get to.  Marked burials began in 1980 and continue to date.  Row designators begin on the East side of the cemetery.  This survey was done Nov-1996 by Ira Gaylon White.


Bural Burial Site (Houston County) Single gravesite off of FM 1733 east of Crockett. From SH 7 west of Berea, 1.9 miles north of FM 1733. Cemetery is located approx. 0.15 mile east off FM 1733 and 0.4 mile south of CR 1075.
GPS 312223260N 951431901W

Burke Town Cemetery (Trinity County) see Burketown Cemetery (Trinity County)

Burketown Cemetery (Trinity County) Burketown Cemetery is six miles north of Apple Springs, Texas. From Groveton, Texas to Apple Springs, turn left on FM 2501, go approximately 5 ½ miles, turn left on Burketown Cemetery Road (next to Cedar Hill Ranch), go about 1 mile, turn right on first road which goes to the cemetery.

Burleson Cemetery (Leon County)

Burns Cemetery (Leon County)

Burns Family Cemetery (Leon County)

Burns Family Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Hester-Burns) Name changed 2004. From Crockett, take Loop 304 north, travel north on FM 2022 for 6.5 miles and gate is on the left, with sign denoting “Burns Family Cemetery”. Walk north about 100 yards along the perimeter fence of the property called Melody Acres, and into the open woods about 30 feet, to the cemetery. Property now owned by Gary Burns, and has been reactivated.
GPS 312509910N 952417323W

Burns, Milton M. Cemetery (Leon County) see Milton M. Burns Cemetery (Leon County)

Burrows Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located off FM 1428 near the Connor Community on Boyd Road. The cemetery is about 1/2 mile down this road on the south side, and back into the pasture about 1/2 mile. It is enclosed in a cyclone fence. Sometimes this cemetery is referred to as McGary Cemetery. It has also been known as Connor Cemetery and Barrett Cemetery.

Burrous Graves (Angelina County) Location : South on Hwy.58,near Lufkin city limits, turn onto Wheeler Dr., then onto Havard Dr., will be straight across creek through the wooded area at end of Havard Dr. (down a trail and to the left of a small pond)

Burton Cemetery (Houston County) Located southwest Houston County. Go from Austonio west on SH 21 about a mile, turn right on a CR 3200 dirt road for 1.8 miles west. Turn right on private road just east of small frame house, go through gate, and go approx. 476 ft north. At this point, turn left and go 420 ft. west along ridge line. Cemetery is located on ridge between a large pond and drainage ditch.
GPS 311029734N 954027800W

Butler Family Cemetery (Houston County) Located near Vistula on family homesite.

Bynum Cemetery (Houston County) Located 9.2 miles west of Crockett on SH 21, turn left onto CR 3380 for about 2.2 miles; 0.1 mile west on CR 3390 the cemetery is at the intersection with CR 3390. Homecoming 3rd Saturday in September.
GPS 311241101N 95335115795W

Cadet’s Grave (aka Air Corps Cadet) see Air Corps Cadet (Houston County)

Calhoun Cemetery (Walker County)

Cal Wooden Cemetery (Houston County) Located at Harrison Hill off FM 1280 east of Lovelady about 2.5 miles.
GPS 31081513646N 95244236114W
Calvery Cemetery (Trinity County) Located at the Calvary Baptist church in Nogalus Prairie, Texas in Trinity County on Farm to Market road 357.
Cameron Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: go US Hwy.69 past Zavalla to FM.Rd.1270 , turn on Co. Rd.#368A,then left on Co.Rd.#B,in the Saron Community.

Cammack Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located on FM 1372 in what use to be the Cammack Community.

Campbell Family Cemetery (Anderson County) Located about 5.5 miles south of Palestine, just off of SH 19. Sigh on highway.

Campbell Family Cemetery (Houston County) Located west of Grapeland 14 miles on FM 227, turn right onto CR 2226 at end of paevement. Composed of 1 acre with chain-link fence on Campbell estate.
GPS 31210882533N 95355957940W

Campbell – Hall’s Bluff Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Campbell Cemetery #1) (Houston County) Located 10 miles west of Crockett on CR 2065 which is an extension of FM 2076 in the Hall’s Bluff Community. The 2.5 acres donated by Henry Campbell were dedicated in June 1880 and named Campbell.

Campbell Family Plot (Cherokee County) The Campbell family told me about this cemetery. Located on Canada Street just east of Bolton st. under the red warehouse is located this plot and the family used it during the Civil War. A brother of Charlie Campbell, named Willie is buried here. Also a Campbell lady and at least 2 of her children. They died during  the war. It is my belief that she was the mother of the Gov. T.M. Campbell. we may never know but maybe we will find it before our record is complete.


Campbell – Wheeler Springs Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Campbell Cemetery #2) (Houston County) At the Wheeler Springs Community, northwest of Crockett on FM 229 at CR 2080.
GPS 31210882533N 95355957640W

Cannon, Harvey L. Family Cemetery (Madison County) see Harvey L. Cannon Family Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located on the Harvey Cannon Ranch north of Madisonville. This is on private land.


Carlisle Cemetery (Trinity County) The Carlisle Cemetery is located off of Farm to Market Road 356, about six and one-half miles southeast of Sebastopol, Texas. The Carlisle Baptist Church is next to the cemetery.


Carrell Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: Approx.2 miles south of Huntington,Tx. ,right on Fm.Rd.844,
right on Co. Rd 307.

Carrington Pasture Cemetery (Leon County)

Carson Cemetery (Angelina County) The Carson Family Cemetery is located on private land. It was formerly the old Augustus Marion Carson home place, in Pollok, Angelina County, Texas, off 69 N on the Bodan Creek. This land had originally been a part of a six hundred and forty acre tract out of the Thomas Stovall Survey and had been in the Carson family since December, 1862 until it was sold very recently.

Cassells Cemetery (Angelina County) Location & Directions: go US Hwy.69,to Hwy.63 at Zavalla, to Hwy.147, turn left on Karon St.(just before the 147 bridge crossing the lake), right on Jimmy St...will be on corner in yard to left.

Cedar Branch – Grapeland Cemetery (Houston County) Take FM 227 west out of Grapeland about 8 miles to a “Y” in the road. Take the right fork, go to the end of the pavement, then about 2 ½ miles to the Cedar Branch Church. Cemetery is on the left. Land was given by the late Dennis Frazer about 1969.

Cedar Grove Cemetery (Angelina County)

Cedar Grove Cemetery (Trinity County) see Trinity Cedar Grove Cemetery (Trinity County)


Cedar Hill Cemetery (Cherokee County The Cemetery is located at the edge of Rusk, Texas off FM 241 south. This is the oldest large cemetery in Cherokee County.


Cedar Point Cemetery (Houston County) From Crockett on SH 21 west for 12 miles. Turn right on FM 1733. Go 5 miles to CR 1135. Cemetery is ¾ mile off FM 1733.

Centerhill Cemetery, Lovelady, Texas (Houston County) Located south of Crockett 9.5 miles on SH 19 past Rockland Cemetery. You will see a sign for the cemetery at CR 4040. Take road to end 2 miles.
GPS 31105838308N 95265897409W

Centerville Cemetery (Leon County)

Chaffin Family Cemetery (Houston County) Small family cemetery 4.5 miles from Grapeland on CR 2300 the Old Palestine Highway and south of 2310, ½ mile north of Elkhart Creek.

Chalk Cemetery (Walker County)

Chambers Cemetery (Angelina County) Location:On private land owned by the Chambers family, entrance to property is locked, permission to access land should be requested before entering as the cemetery is located on a hunting lease. Directions: go south on Hwy.69 past Zavalla, turn left on Co.Rd.382,street sign will read "Chambers Road". The cemetery sign will be on the left side of the road by the locked entrance approx.1 mile down ,the cemetery islocated approx.1/2-3/4 of a mile straight down the path behind the gate, to the left.
The property owner's grandfather had this "road" built in order to access a now long forgotten community and school.The community's name is not knownto me.

Chapel Hill Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located west of Madisonville, TX on Bridges Road. Take State Highway 21 west and turn right on FM 978, go past FM 2289 and turn left on Bridges Road. The cemetery is on the west side of the road.

Chestnut Cemetery (Angelina County) This old forgotten burial place is located east of Oakflat on the "Old Bob Scarborough"place.

Chita Cemetery (Trinity County) Take Farm to Market 355 south from Groveton, TX for 11 miles to Chita Baptist Church. Turn left & go about one-quarter mile. The cemetery is on the right.

Chriss Williams Burial Site (Black) (Trinity County)

Chockley’s Chapel Cemetery (Walker County)

Calhoun Cemetery (Walker County)

Clapp Cemetery (Walker County) Located on Lovelady-Trinity SH 19. Take Weldon FM 1893 and go 4 miles to cemetery on right which is enclosed by a chain link fence with sign over the gateway

Clapp, Elisha Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Old Lunsford Cemetery) (Houston County) Located 0.25 mile between SH 21 and Porter Springs off FM 2967 in a private pasture, kept locked. Visit only with permission. Pioneer Elisha Clapp was recognized during the Centennial with a pink granite shaft which points to his service as an early settler and Indian fighter.
GPS 311530036N 95 3512532W

Clark Family Cemetery (Houston County) The Historical Commission does not have any information about this cemetery.

Clark’s Ferry Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: hwy.59 south of Diboll, just north of Neches River bridge, west side.

Clear Creek Cemetery (Leon County)

Clines Prarie Cemetery (Walker County)

Clois Steed Cemetery (Houston County) This identified burial ground between Cochino Creek and the road to Ivie Cemetery in on the property of Clois Steed. The gravesite is recognizable but no names are available for identification.

Coal Mine Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Mexican Cemetery at the Old coal Mine and Mexican Cemetery) see Mexican Cemetery (Houston County)

Cochran Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: About 11 miles southeast of Huntington; go Hwy.69 south to Huntington
turning onto FM.RD.2109 for about 11 miles then left onto 2801 (Hanks Creek area)then right on Co.RD.363 at the Cochran Cemetery sign, cemetery will be on right side of road. Cochran Cemetery is known for the story that surrounds the small gravestone that is located towards the front & center of the cemetery. It is that of an unknown baby that was left on the doorstep of the Lovelady Family who lived down the road. The old original marker has long since deteriorated and lays in a pile behind a new one that has replaced it. *It reads as follows :"Unknown infant boy found at the home of J.K.LOVELADY on 4-1 and died on 4-3-1899 - MAN WHO ARE YOU "

Collier Cemetery (Angelina County) It is on private land owned by John Henry White 3rd better known as Pete White. 936-422-4429 in Huntington, AngelinaCounty Texas Pete White is a grandson to Henry Collier by his daughter Nona Lee Collier White who married John Henry White 2nd. The land was once known and still is today in Huntington as the "Collier Farm" It was owned by Henry Collier, who had some 16 children by two wives while living on the place. The Cemetery is fenced and has readable manufactored headstones. There are only five graves:

Collin Aldrich Cemetery (Houston County) Located about 9 miles from Crockett on SH 21 west is a Historical Marker for this early county official. Site was originally a family burial plot, but no markers were visible when the new highway was built. When this was discovered, an acre was set aside, and a memorial marker erected by the State of Texas in 1935. Collin Aldrich-San Jacinto Veteran-First Chief Justice of Houston County, Texas. Born May 2, 1801-Died 1842. A stairway leads from the highway to the marker, which is behind a fence. Marker is easily read, and the area is kept neatly mowed.

Concord Cemetery (Anderson County) This cemetery is in the Concord Community in Anderson County. There is a Concord Baptist Church next to the cemetery. This community was called “Fitzgerald Tow” at one time because there were a lot of Fitzgerald’s buried in the cemetery and also some Hanks are buried there.

Concord Cemetery (Houston County) From Crockett take SH 7 east about 8 miles to Berea. Go north on CR 1030 (at the Stanton Cemetery). After 2 bends in the road you will see the Concord Cemetery on the left.
GPS 31210510178N 95185995358W

Concord Cemetery (Leon County)

Connell Family Cemetery (Leon County) The children of bob and Kathy Connell were returning home to Crockett from a Centerville ball game and were killed in an automobile accident. They had been very active in rodeo and other youth programs. They are buried on their grandfather’s ranch, which is located at Thornton, near Centerville, Leon Co., Texas. The plot is fenced and the marker is in the shape of a horse.

Concord Cemetery (Angelina County)


Concord Cemetery (Cherokee County) Concord Cemetery is located in the very northeast corner of Cherokee County on FM 856.


Conner Cemetery (Cherokee County) The cemetery is located near Maydelle, Texas, just north of US Highway 84, on County Road 1708.  It is physically part of the Mt. Comfort cemetery, but is a separat­ed group of graves in the extreme southeast corner.  The cemetery is very well main­tained and orderly.  Row designator

Conner Cemetery (Houston County) Located north of Ratcliff. Turn on FM 227, go 1 mile, take the right-hand turn onto CR 1170 at cemetery sign. Go about 4 miles. Turn sharply back left onto CR 1170 another cemetery sign an dgo about ½ mile. The cemetery is at the top of the hill on the right.
GPS 311622N 950823W

Cook Cemetery (Houston County) The Commission does not have any information about this cemetery. This information is from: Texas Landmarks – Houston County. TxGenWebProject.
GPS 311622N 952559W

Cook Cemetery (Cherokee County) Cook Cemetery is located 4.9 miles east of Alto on SH 21, then 2.6 miles north on 2501, at the end of CR 2526.


Cook-Hale-Barbee Cemetery (Houston County) Located about 1.7 miles south of Crockett off of FM 2712. Turn left at the old Northcutt Woodworks Factory and go behind the building to a gate. Go through gate and turn Immediately left. Follow the private ranch road approx. 0.8 mile toward southeast corner of Property. Cemetery is located on hill overlooking a small manmade lake.
GPS 311621645N 952601979W

Cooks Mountain Cemetery (Houston County) Located 2 miles west of Crockett off FM 229.

Cooper Cemetery (Houston County) Located on SH 21 nine miles southwest of Crockett in southwestern Houston County. It was probably established around 1900. In the mid-1930’s the small community had a church, a cemetery, and a number of houses.

Cooper Cemetery (Leon County)


Corine Cemetery (Cherokee County) Located about 7 miles west of Jacksonville, Texas, where County Roads 3311 and 3312 intersect with County Road 3305. It has Oak, Cedar and Crepe Myrtle trees throughout. It is beside the Friendship Missionary Baptist Church.


Corinth Cemetery (Houston County) Located northwest of Kennard, take CR 1075. Cemetery is on the right. Jim Tom Ainsworth is the contact person for permission. Texas Historical Marker dated 1992.
GPS 31220378579N 95123801357W


Corinth Cemetery (Cherokee County) Corinth Cemetery is located on FM 346 south of the Teaselville Community. From the intersection of FM 346 & FM 344 go 2 miles south on FM 346. The cemetery is on the left beside Corinth Missionary Baptist Church.


Cornelius Graves (Cherokee County) These Cornelius gravesites are located on what was or may still be Jewel Gunter's farm, near Atoy, Texas.

Cotton Family Cemetery (Walker County)

Couch Plat (Cherokee County) The Couch Plot is located northeast of New Summerfield near the city limits. Two listings.

County Line Cemetery (Trinity County) This cemetery is on private property, north of Apple Springs off of Farm to Market Road 357. Both editions of Trinity County Cemeteries and Trinity County Beginnings were consulted for more historical information about this cemetery. Nothing more was found.

Cowboy Haven Cemetery (Houston County) New Parish Family cemetery, go past the Jim English Cemetery and it is up the hill. First Grave was Kevin Kyle Parrish.

Crain/Crane Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: go Hwy.69 south of Huntington, right on FM.RD.844,right on Co.Rd.363,cemetery will be on right.(this is a long ,winding, muddy road in the fall and winter, may need 4-wheel drive in spots or wait until summer...then it will be a dusty road).

Craddock Cemetery (Trinity County) Craddock Cemetery is located on a peninsula in Lake livingston. To reach the site from Trinity, Texas, go east of town on Farm to Market road 356 about seven miles and look for a peninsula on the right after crossing White Rock Creek.

Crawford/Rowan Cemetery (Angelina County) From Lufkin, take hwy 103 to Old Bonner Road. Make a left and go 1/4 mile.The oldest tombstone in Crawford Cemetery dates back to0 1873, even though the first Crawford was not buried there until 1902. There are numerous graves marked only by petrified wood, stones and bricks.

Creasy Cemetery (Houston County) Take SH 7 to Kennard. Located about 4.6 miles south of Kennard. Take CR 4215 continue on CR 4265 another 1.2 miles to site of dimly visible on right.
GPS 31164780164N 95093457451W

Cremation Listed so that researchers would know what the final destation of the body was.

Crocker Cemetery (Angelina County) Location : on private property in Angelina County. Surveyed by Debra Coursey-Pitts Dec.31,2004. I wish to thank my guide to this gravesite, who wishes to remain anonymous.


Crockett South (Houston County) Located 3 miles south of Crockett on FM 2110. New and the Commission has not been able to find this cemetery.

Cross Roads Cemetery (Leon County)

Curtis Cemetery (Leon County)


Dailey Community (Houston County) (aka Dalys Community Cemetery) (Houston County) Located 11.7 miles west of Grapeland on FM 227, then 0.5 mile south on CR 2255 and to 1.2 miles north to sharp bend. Turn right into Wes Hicks Cemetery and go 884 ft. southwest. About 266 ft. more to cemetery. Texas Historical Marker dated 1991.


Dailey Family Cemetery (Houston County) From Grapeland take FM 227 and go 8.6 miles west, then 0.5 mile south on dirt road to cemetery. Formerly known as the Dalys Cemetery.


Dailey-Daleys Family Cemetery (Houston County) Take US 287 north to Grapeland, take FM 227, then 6.7 miles west, veer to the right on FM 1544 go 2 miles, turn left on CR 2225 go 0.5 mile and the cemetery is on the left.


Daniel McLean Family Cemetery (Houston County) Located about 20 miles northeast of Crockett on SH 21 (Old San Antonio Road) near FM 227 cutoff. On McLean’s original land grant.

Daugherty Cemetery (Cherokee County) Daugherty cemetery is located to the South and West of Jacksonville, Texas, off State road 747, just South and west of the Antioch community on County road 3114. It is by the Tenney Chapel CME church in the Pine Grove community. It consists of a large rectangular area with three fairly distinct divisions.  An older section on the Eastern end that is maintained, A central section that is overgrown and covered by trees, both standing and fallen, briars and brush, and a newer section on the western end that is well maintained.

David Denson Cemetery (Houston County) Located in the Union Chapel Community. From FM 229 go on CR 1080 for 4.2 miles, cemetery is about 0.1 mile northeast of CR 2090.
GPS 31221958116N 95381038030W

Davidson-Culter Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Davidson, Union Chapel Cemetery) (Houston County) Located on CR 1620 (Allen Rd.), 2 miles south of FM 2423, 1.5 mile east of Grapeland. Another direction – Go on FM 2423 east out of Grapeland for 1.5 miles. Turn right on Allen Road (a dirt road), go 2 miles. The cemetery is enclosed in a cyclone fence.

Davis Cemetery (Houston County) Located on FM 227, out of Grapeland, Texas about 2.6 miles.

Davis Cemetery (Leon County)

Davis Family Cemetery – Augusta (Houston County) South of Augusta on private land. From FM 227, go 6.0 miles west on FM 1272. Turn right at CR 2312 and go 0.9 mile to end of road. From end of county r4oad, turn left an dfollow dim private road 0.4 mile to gate.

Davis Family Cemetery – Grapeland (Houston County) Located 6 miles northwest of Grapeland off FM 1272, this family cemetery was accorded a Historical Marker in 1979 for the three sons of pioneer Bradford Davis who came from Mississippi in 1838 and was killed by Indians as he checked his bee bait on Mustang Prairie. These three sons and their families who are buried in the cemetery.
GPS 313221963N 953452965W

Davis Memorial Garden Cemetery (Angelina County)

Davy Crockett National Forest Site (Trinity County) Cemetery is located on federal land. From Groveton; US 287 southeast to FM 2262. Left (NE) on FM 2262 0.3 miles to US Forest Service Road 573 on north side (no sign). North 1.0 miles to cemetery on east side 75 yards in woods, opposite small grass pull-in.  This site is located in pine woods. You may need an escort to find the cemetery. 


Dean Cemetery (Trinity County) (aka John Dean Cemetery) (Trinity County) This cemetery is on private property. From Groveton take SH 94 west 2.8 miles to Joe Hudson Road. Left (south) 1.3 miles to locked gate & entrance to Dean Creek Hunt Club. Follow private gravel road 1.3 miles to gravel road split to west. Follow road as it curves at total of 1.9 miles to cemetery on east side, upon a small rise. It is on a large hunting lease, so no one visits during hunting season without checking first. The cemetery is also known as John Dean Graveyard.


Dear Place Cemetery (Cherokee County) We were unable to get the names and dates of these people, while checking in this area. there seems to have been 3 graves, at one time and since lost. I understand that two of the graves were of Mr. De La Fosse Cemetery (Trinity County) This cemetery is on private property. To find the De La Fosse Cemetery: from Groveton, Texas, take FM 355 to Sebastapol. Turn left on FM 356 to Onalaska. Turn left on Hwy. 190, go a short distance, turn left on FM 3459. Go approximately 3 miles to De La Fosse Cemetery Road, turn right on that road, go approximately 1-1/3 miles to fork in road, turn right, cemetery is less than .10 mile on left (look for rusty chain link fence at edge of woods). This is now the Lige Ratcliff Place, where Pierre De La Fosse settled when he came to Texas.


Demby Family Cemetery (Houston County) Located west from Crockett on FM 229 to CR 2080 to Wheeler Springs Community. Turn on CR 2080, at the first house on the left (white with brick trim) turn up beside it, go through a gate, it is on the right. Gate is locked by the present owner of the Property, at last check the cemetery is overgrown and neglected.
GPS 312231937N 953551625W

Denson Cemetery (Houston County) (aka David Denson Cemetery) (Houston County) From SH 19/US 287 in Grapeland, go 3 miles on FM 227. Turn right at Tyer Cemetery sign and go approx. 4,723 ft. southwest-south on private driveway/ranch road that leads to cemetery

Denson Family Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Joseph Denson Cemetery, and Denson Cemetery #1) (Houston County) Located 3 miles east-north-east of Grapeland and 2 miles east of US 287 off FM 2423 in the Union Chapel area. Follow dirt road left at cemetery sign on FM 2423 for 0.6 mile keeping to the right when it divides, to the cemetery.
GPS 31285934108N 95261385398W

Denson Family Cemetery (Houston County) (aka John Denson Cemetery, and Denson Cemetery #2) (Houston County) From Grapeland go 2.7 miles east of Grapeland on FM 227. On the banks of Bennett Creek.

Dickson Graves (Houston County) Located on the Shoemake farm in Latexo. Take FM 229 for 7.5 miles northwest. Turn left at CR 2080 and go 1/7 mile west. Turn left at gate to tree farm, and go approx. 465 ft. south. Cemetery is on west side of driveway.
GPS 312305952N 952716284W

Dickson-Hopewell Cemetery (Houston County) From Crockett take SH 7 to CR 2055 and go 2.5 miles north (Dickson-Hopewell Road). Cemetery is located approx. 0.3 mile north of Dickson-Hopewell Church, on right (east) side of road..
GPS 311921830N 953530757W


Dill Graves (Cherokee County) Helena Kimble Dill Nelson Grave- Helena is the mother of the child reputedly our first Anglo-American born in Texas in 1804. She was born in Maryland, Helena Kimble (1770-1848) married James Dill, 1786, moved to Nacogdoches then under Spanish rule 1793. Dill was elected alcalde, (mayor) of Nacogdoches 1821-1823, he died in 1825.


Dillard Family Cemetery (Leon County)

Dixon Cemetery (Leon County)

Dobson/Fox Cemetery (Cherokee County) Dobson-Fox Cemetery is located ½ mile east of New Summerfield, on the south side of Highway 79 east.

Dodge Cemetery (Walker County)

Dodson Graves (Houston County) Take US 287 to Latexo then 0.8 mile east on FM 2663. Turn left at CR 1825 and go 0.8 mile north. Turn right at private road marked Howard Ave. Go 0.2 mile east-south on road. At this point, the cemetery is located approx. 100 ft north (left) off road.
GPS 312430055N 952715776W


Donaho Family Cemetery (Madison County) The Donaho Family Cemetery is located on private property at the south end of Donaho Rd. in North Zulch.
Don Crouch Pasture (Houston County)


Dorn, Nora Family Cemetery (Black) (Trinity County) To reach the Nora Dorn Family Cemetery, start from the signal light at Main & Robb (Hwy 19) Streets in Trinity, TX, travel west on Main Street 1.1 miles to Lakefield Street. Turn south & continue 0.03 mile to the cemetery, which adjoins the Trinity Community Cemetery at its southeastern property line.

Douglas Cemetery (Cherokee County) Douglas Cemetery is located about two miles southwest of Bullard School. From the intersection of FM 2493 & FM 344 go west .3 miles to School House Rd. Turn left on School House Rd & go .5 miles, the cemetery is on the right. A double fence, brick pillars with wrought iron, encloses the cemetery, the first surrounds the grounds which has walkways and trees like a park. The second fence surrounds the cemetery itself. The entire complex is immaculately maintained. The markers are all white marble and very ornate, some with statues that are almost lifesize. This cemetery is exclusively for Douglas related families and both fences are kept locked. The trust department at Southside Bank in Tyler must be contacted for an appointment should you wish to tour the cemetery. The cemetery survey was done by Gaylon White in Dec 1996 and was published by the Cherokee County Genealogical Society in 1997.
Douglas Family Cemetery – Weldon (Houston County) Located off FM 2915 about 5 miles west of FM 230 north of Weldon. Take FM 230 southwest of Lovelady toward Weldon, about 8 miles take right on FM 1915. Approx. 5 miles on right, on top of a red clay hill.
GPS 31053146240N 95373822897W

Douglas Family Cemetery – Greb Ranch (Houston County) Located off Old Arbor Road, east of Crockett. Go 1.5 miles northeast on US 287. Turn left at CR 4505 and go 1.5 miles north-east across pasture. Turn south after crossing low drainage and go approx. 0.1 mile south along western wood line.
GPS 311800421N 952316065W

Douglas – Douglass

Douglas – Douglass – Spanish Lots (Houston County)

Douthitt Cemetery (Leon County)

Downs Cemetery (Leon County)

Driscoll – Sims Cemetery (Walker County)

Dunc (Dunk) Havard Cemetery (Angelina County)

Dunk Havard Cemetery see Havard, Dunk Cemetery (Angelina County)

Dunkin Cemetery (Angelina County) Location : Located in southeastern Angelina County , south of Zavalla, just off of highway 69 on private property (Dunkin Cemetery sign is just past County Rd.379 sign ).The entrance to this cemetery is also the entrance to a cattle pasture (a metal gate with chain)...you must go about 250 yards before getting to this cemetery down a "cow pattie" filled lane , then open another gate before getting into the cemetery. Please keep all gates closed as you found them.

Dunlap – Hightower Cemetery (Walker County)

Durdin’s Graveyard (Trinity County) see Taylor Cemetery (Trinity County)

Durham/Redtown Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: located in community known as Redtown on FM 1819,past HWY.7 abt.1 mile. Cemetery is on right side, sitting on a small hilltop with tall trees and old cedars.
Very quiet and picturesque.

Durst Cemetery (Leon County)

Earles Chapel Cemetery (Cherokee County) Earle's Chapel Cemetery is located West of Jacksonville, Texas, just north of US Highway 79, on County road 3221.  It is in a very scenic spot Next to Earle's Chapel Methodist Church, and is well maintained.

East Sandy Cemetery (Walker County)

Eastham Prison Farm Cemeteries
Hutchings-Alston-Haden
Inmates Burial Ground (aka Peckerwood Hill)
Twin Graves

Ebenezer Cemetery (Walker County)

Eddins Chapel Cemetery (Leon County)

Eleck Turk see Turk, Elick

Ellison Cemetery (Leon County)

Evans Family Cemetery (Walker County)

Dimnan-Harmon Family Cemetery – Grapeland (Houston County)

Dr. N. C. Smith Cemetery (Houston County) see Smith, Dr. N. C. Cemetery (Houston County)

Dr. Thomas Cemetery Coal Mine Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Mexican Cemetery at the Old Coal Mine) see Mexican Cemetery (Houston County)

Dunk Havard Cemetery (Angelina County)

Easley Cemetery (Houston County) Located off SH 21 between Weches and Neches River in the old community of Easley. Fairly large cemetery, private property not open to public, Near county line in far northwest Houston County.
GPS 313341532N 951037798W

Easley Cemetery #2 (Lost) (Houston County) Cemetery and church grew up around a settlement on SH 21 two miles northwest of Weches in extreme northeastern Houston County. Exact location is unknown.

East Gate Cemetery (Trinity County)


East Prairie Cemetery (Trinity County) East Prairie Cemetery is also known as Possum Walk Cemetery and is located in the rural community of Possum Walk. Take FM 358 east, from Pennington to Cemetery Road on south side at cemetery sign, south 1 miles to first dirt road on east side, east .2 miles to cemetery. East Prairie Cemetery is also known as Possum Walk Cemetery. According to Mrs. Bowersox, Mrs. Phoeba Hutto, wife of Mr. R. W. Hutto sold tow acres of a fifty-acre survey to the East Prairie Association for $2.00 per acre. The deed was witnessed 11 November 1905.


Eastham Convicts Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Peckerwood Hill) (Houston County)

Edens, Balis Family Cemetery (Houston County) see Balis Edens Cemetery (Houston County)

Edens, John Cemetery (Houston County) see John Edens Cemetery (Houston County)

Edens-Madden Family Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Madden Massacre Graves) (Houston County) Located about 13 miles northeast of Crockett a few miles off FM 2022, south side of San Pedro Creek. In woods isolated and inaccessible to public, markers are mostly gone. (1988) at the site of the home of John Edens, about 13 miles northeast of Crockett.. Edens Family Assoc., 2903 Lakeshore Dr., Ruston, LA. 71270

Edgerton Cemetery (Houston County)

Ehlenbert Grave Site (Houston County) Located on the Medley Ranch in Pearson Chapel directly in front of the Jack Craven home. There was a crepe myrtle tree at the site of the gave at one time. No marker now.

Elam Cemetery (Houston County) Located in East Houston County, across Hickory Creek going toward the Creath and/or Bear Branch Communities, one report is that is on the Creath-Tadmor road near the old school. No reading.

Eleck Turk Gravesite (Houston County)

Elisha Clapp Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Old Lansford Cemetery) (Houston County) Located ¼ mile between SH 21 and Porter Springs off FM 2967 in a private pasture, kept locked. Visit only with permission. Pioneer Elisha Clapp was recognized during the Centennial with a pink granite shaft which points to his service as an early settler and Indian fighter.
GPS 311530038N 953512532W

Elliot Family Graveyard (Houston County) Located near Prairie Point, from Lovelady to Prairie Point on 1st road to left past Tantabogue Cree,. Than at 1st fork, bear to right about a mile. At John Carson’s (2nd house) turn left. The family graveyard is in the woods on the now Ben Parker’s property.

Ellis Prairie Cemetery (Houston County)

Ellis Springs Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Huffman Cemetery) (Houston County)

E. L. Russell Cemetery (Cherokee County) E. L. Russell Cemetery is located on CR 2212. To get there Start at intersect of Loop 343 & FM 23 S. of Rusk. Go .6 miles to FM 1857 then go 2.5 miles to CR 2212.

Elwood Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located one and one half miles north of O.S.R. on the west side of FM 1119. It is enclosed by a chain link fence. Elwood Cemetery has a Texas Historical Marker.

Elwood Methodist Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located on FM 1119 about one mile north of OSR on the north side of the Elwood Methodist Church. The Elwood Methodist Church and Cemeteryhas a Texas Historical Marker

Emporia Cemetery (Angelina County) see Pleasant View/Emporia Cemetery (Angelina County)

English, Jim Cemetery (Houston County) see Jim English Cemetery (Houston County)

English – Hicks Cemetery (Houston County) Located about 1 mile from the English Cemetery east of Crockett. Another direction: Take SH 7 east for 7 miles, turn left on CR 1030 for 0.3 mile, turn right on CR 1035 for 0.1 mile The fenced cemetery is on the right in a private pasture.
GPS 312019319N 951836287W

Enon Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Enon Chapel Cemetery, Enon at Hagerville #1 and Old Enon Baptist Churchyard) (Houston County) Located off SH 7 east of Ratcliff, then south on CR 1140.
GPS 31215540043N 96044888875W

Erickson Cemetery (Trinity County) To get to the Erickson Cemetery from Groveton go North on US 287 5.5 miles to white cemetery sign on fence line on East side of road. Cemetery is located due East of the sign, 100 yards in woods on private property. Grave markers at site are homemade concrete. Sign on highway fence is handmade.

Evans Chapel Cemetery (Leon County)

Evergreen, Crockett see Evergreen Memorial Park (Houston County)

Evergreen, Lovelady see Lovelady Evergreen Cemetery (Houston County)

Evergreen Memorial Park (Houston County) Located 0.5 mile north of Crockett on SH 19/US 287 on the left. Within the city limits off US 287/Loop 304/SH 19.
GPS 31200015851N 95275934070W

Evergreen, Percilla see Percilla Evergreen Cemetery (Houston County)

Ewing Cemetery (Leon County)

Ewing (Anthony) Cemetery (Angelina County) Location is in the Old Ewing (Carter) Farm on FmRd.323 from Huntington north of Shofner Cemetery

Fairchild-Dubose Cemetery (Angelina County) Location : at the intersection of Farm Road 2108 and Farm Road 58.(south of Lufkin , between Lufkin and Diboll)

Fairview Cemetery (Angelina County) Location : at the intersection of Farm Road 2108 and Farm Road 58.(south of Lufkin ,between Lufkin and Diboll

Falba Cemetery (Walker County)

Farris Cemetery (Walker County)

Farris Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located about five miles south of Madisonville on the left hand side of State Highway 75.
Fellowship Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located about one mile off State Highway 21 on FM 1452 West (on west side of Fellowship Primitive Baptist Church).


Fennell Garden of Memories (Houston County) Private family cemetery. Take SH 7 east from Crockett, turn north onto FM 1733; after 2 miles, turn east onto FSR 524 and travel 350 yeards to the cemetery.
GPS 312723776N 951547013W

Ferguson Family Cemetery (Leon County)

Ferrell Graves (Houston County) (aka Ferrell Women Graves) (Houston County)

Fitch Cemetery (Cherokee County)

Fitzpatrick Cemetery (Leon County)

Flat Prairie Cemetery (Trinity County) (aka Foster Cemetery) (Trinity County) Located southwest of Crockett on SH 287. Take FM 1280 right at Pennington. Cemetery sign will take you down dirt road to cemetery.

Fleming Cemetery (Leon County)

Flournoy Cemetery see (aka Manning Cemetery) (Angelina County)

Fodice Cemetery (Houston County) Take US 287 south from Crockett to Pennington then to Lovelady only 4.5 miles. Take CR 4200 right to cemetery. Memorial service, 4th Sunday at 2 p.m. at White Rock United Methodist Church, 4343 CR 4200.


Ford Cemetery (Cherokee County) Ford cemetery is located south of Oakland on a dirt road, near old gris mill, near Bean Creek


Forest Lawn Cemetery (Houston County) Located within Crockett city limits, approx. 1.5 miles north on US 287/SH 19. From Courthouse, turn onto Patterson Ave. and drive to end of road. Entrance on right.
GPS 3119490091N 95.281176999W

Forest Cemetery (Black) (Trinity County) see Flat Prairie Cemetery (Black) (Trinity County)

Forrest Ranch Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located on the W.R. Forrest Ranch out of Midway. This is on private land.

Foster Cemetery (Walker County)

Franklin – Puntch Cemetery (aka Puntch Franklin Cemetery) (Houston County) Off of SH 21 in Weches. From intersection of SH 21 and FM 227, go 1.5 miles north on SH 21. Turn right onto CR 1190 and go 0.1 mile east. Turn right onto small unnamed dirt road and go less than a 0.1 mile south. Turn left at first gate and go 0.1 mile south-southwest across field. Cemetery is located in wooded grave at southern edge of field.
GPS 313219689N 951348765W

Franks Family Cemetery (Leon County)

Fred Graham Cemetery (Leon County)

French Cemetery (Trinity County) see Flat Prairie Cemetery (Trinity County)

Friendship Cemetery (Leon County)

Frost Cemetery (Angelina County) see Fellowship Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located about one mile off State Highway 21 on FM 1452 West (on west side of Fellowship Primitive Baptist Church).

Forrest Ranch Family Cemetery (Madison County)

Frank Boykin Cemetery (Angelina County) Directions: To locate this cemetery take Highway 69 to Zavalla, Texas. At the red light, turn onto Highway 63. About 5 miles outside of Zavalla , turn left on to County Road 345 (a dirt road). Go about 3/10ths of a mile and turn right on the first road on the right. The Boykin Cemetery will be down a short lane on the left.

Freeman Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: 2.2 miles west of Lufkin,Texas off Hwy.94W , go right on Freeman Cemetery Road. This cemetery is in 2 parts , the road divides it .The left side is the oldest w/ the right side being the newest. The names will be listed as "left or right side of road".


French Memorial Cemetery (Trinity County) The French Memorial Cemetery, also known as the Old French Cemetery, is approached through private property. In previous editions this cemetery was listed with Millican/Milligan Cemetery. They are separate cemeteries. This land was developed in 1887 for this cemetery. It contains 4.4 acres. There are very few stones with names. Charlie Elliott has put crosses in place of unnamed stones.


Furlough Cemetery (Houston County) No markers. South of Creek Community off of FM 1280. It is some 200 yeards west of the old Walter Kyle homeplace which burned, the grave marker stones have all disappeared.

Gabe Stubblefield Cemetery (Houston County) The gravesite is still visible, about 2 ½ miles south of SH 21 and FM 3257. The grave is located directly behind the church on the Old Stubblefield Ranch.

Gann Cemetery (Angelina County)

Garden of Memories Cemetery (Angelina County)

Garden of Memories (Mausoleum) (Angelina County)

Garland Cemetery (Leon County)

Germany Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Germany Church Cemetery and Pleasant Hill ) (Houston County) see Germany Cemetery (Houston County) Road sign 12 miles east of Crockett on SH 21 points direction to one-time thriving community of Germany. Half mile down the road another sign directs turn and further half mile the New Pleasant Hill Church appears. The cemetery, atop the hill at left of Church, is believed to have been started during 1860’s. First read by Sally Strong.

George Cemetery (Madison County) George Cemetery is located about five miles south of Normangee at the intersection of FM 39 N and FM 1452 W.

Gilbert Chapel Cemetery (Angelina County) Traveling south on HWY.69 this cemetery will be located approximately 3.5 miles down FM.Rd.326 South on the right side of the road in the community known as Bald Hill .It is small and easily overlooked as it sits back off the road in a secluded corner.

Gilliland-Boykin Cemetery (Angelina County) Directions: Take Highway 69 to Zavalla, Texas and at the red light, turn onto Highway 63. At the "Y" intersection, turn left across the "Y" onto Highway 147. Stay on Highway 147 until it intersects with 3123 West (before reaching the Sam Rayburn Lake Bridge). Turn left on 3123 West (going toward Cassell/Boykin Park) and then turn left on Gilliland Cemetery Road. The cemetery is about 2 miles down this road on the left. However, it is over grown and the fence is beginning to fall down. There are innumerable pieces of tombstones scattered throughout the cemetery. Some are stacked in piles, but are mostly illegible.


Glass Felps Cemetery (Cherokee County) The Glass-Felps cemetery, as the name implies, contains the graves of persons associated with the Glass and Felps families.  It is located south of Jacksonville Texas on the west side of FM 2138.  It is difficult to see from the road as it is on a slight embankment up from the road shoulder, and behind some brushy growth.  Large oak trees and Crepe Myrtles on top of the embankment will assist in locating it.  It is almost exactly 4 miles south of the intersection of South Bolton St. and FM 2138.  The oldest marked grave is that of Britton Felps Jr. who died in 1850. 


Glendale Cemetery (Trinity County) The cemetery is located one mile north of State Highway 94 on Glendale Cemetery Road, 6 miles NE of Trinity, Texas and about 13 miles SW of Groveton, Texas.


Glendale-Hillcrest-Knight-IOOF/Oddfellow Cemetery (Angelina County) Located on Lufkin Avenue in Lufkin,Tx., Angelina County.

Glenwood Cemetery (Houston County) Established in late 1830’s and located in Crockett on West Pease Avenue.
GPS 31191935133N 95272837262W
Cemetery Historical Markers x 2
Individual Historical Markers x 11
Private Historical Plaques x 14
81 graves for CSA, WW I, WW II, Viet Nam

Glenwood South Cemetery (Black) (Houston County) In Crockett, go north on US 287/n. 4th street and turn left on Pease. Second street just west of North 4th street. Black Cemetery is in the Southeast quadrant of Glenwood.
GPS 31191935133N 95272837262W

Glenwood Memorial Cemetery (Trinity County) The cemetery is located one mile north of State Highway 94 on Glendale Cemetery Road, 6 miles NE of Trinity, Texas and about 13 miles SW of Groveton, Texas

Glover Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Old Glover Cemetery) (Houston County)
Located 15 miles east on SH 19/US 287. Take FM 227 east 9,4 miles to Augusta, go 2.5 miles south on CR 1560. Turn left onto CR 1565 and go 0.1 mile east. CR 1656 dead ends at the cemetery.
GPS 313018749N 951818687W

Golden Gate Cemetery (Houston County) Relatively new. Located 2 miles southwest of Grapeland off of CR 2120. From W. Chestnut St. in Grapeland, go 0.2 mile south on S. Main Street. Turn left at Pine street (CR 2120) and go 0.9 mile west. Cemetery is in pasture, just south of Grapeland School.
GPS 312836196N 952919266W

Goodman Cemetery (Madison County) From Shepherd Creek at Highway 21, go west 0.25 miles to John Watson's driveway on the south side of the highway. Take this driveway and follow the car trail to the back of Mr. Watson's property. The graves are located about 150 feet north of his south line and approx. 1 1/2 miles west of his east corner and approx. 1/2 mile east of his west corner.

Goodrum Family Cemetery (Houston County) Located near Weldon off of FM 230. Possibly near New Baptist Church.

Goodwin Cemetery (Leon County)

Gossett Chapel Cemetery (Cherokee County) This cemetery is located behind and on the south side of the Gossett Chapel Church of Christ at 1815 Elberta St. in Jacksonville, TX. The smaller Grimes Cemetery is enclosed with chain link fence to the south of the church. The cemeteries are adjacent to each other. It was surveyed in October, 2001 beginning on the east side and working to the west.

Gould Cemetery (Leon County)

Gourd Creek Cemetery (Walker County)


Gracie Marker (Houston County) In 1996, David Yount, a hunter, discovered this grave marker lying in a creek bed in the Davy Crockett National Forest. It is unknown at this whether it was originally nearby and time and the elements washing it into the creek bed, or if it had been taken from another location by vandals and abandoned.

Graham Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Graham Family Cemetery) (Houston County) Located in Latexo across from Ephesus Church. Take SH 19/US 287 to Latexo, take FM 2663 for 0.8 mile to CR 1825, turn north for 1.3 mile to CR 1830, then east for 0.9 mile.
GPS31251986099N 95270553669W

Graham Cemetery (Angelina County) Location of the gravesite is deep within the National Forrest of East Texas, southwest of the location of Chambers Cemetery.


Graham, Fred Cemetery (Leon County) see Fred Graham Cemetery (Leon County)

Graham, Hosea Cemetery (Leon County) see Hosea Graham Cemetery (Leon County)

Grapeland City Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Grapeland Memorial Park) (Houston County) Located in Grapeland and dates back to 1880. Turn west on W. Chestnut Street and turn north (left) onto Redbud Street. The cemetery is on the left, at the corner of Redbud and Dogwood Streets, shortly before entrance of Salmon Lake Park

Graves on Ezel Land (Cherokee County)

Grayson Cemetery (Leon County)

Greater New Hope Church and Cemetery (Houston County) Take SH 19/US 287 north to Grapeland. Take FM 287 approx. 1 mile west of intersection with FM 2524, on left just east of Greater New Hope Church.
GPS 31275776818N 95395563087W

Greenbrier Cemetery (Madison County) Located about 3 miles north of Madisonville on Greenbriar Road, one half mile west of Highway 75. An annual homecoming is held the last Sunday in April for fellowship and business meeting. Each family brings lunch, which is shared picnic style.

Greenwood Cemetery (Walker County)

Greer Cemetery (Leon County)

Greer Cemetery (Madison County) Located ten miles north of Madisonville on Greenbriar Rd., and three miles south ofOld San Antonio Road.
Griffin Cemetery (Cherokee County) Griffin Cemetery is located east on Highway 110, between New Summerfield & Troup. Griffin Cemetery is located NE of 79. From HWY 79 go north on 110 turn east on CR 4716. Go several miles. It is located on a corner on the left. It is in a yard with a home.


Grimes Cemetery (Angelina County) To get to the cemetery, take right on FM 1818 off of Highway 59 North in Diboll, TX. Drive 7.1 miles then take right on Grimes Cemetery Rd. Cemetery is located 3.6 miles down Grimes Cemetery Rd. Information that I have added is in red.

Grimes Cemetery (Cherokee County)

Grounds Cemetery (Houston County) Located 10.2 miles northeast of Crockett on SH 21, then 0.8 mile north on dirt road, then 0.2 mile east to cemetery.
GPS 31254950746N 95205510283W

Guiceland Cemetery (Houston County) Located 6 miles north of Grapeland on SH 19/US 287 to CR 1890. Go right and it is on your left at the sharp bend.

Guinn Cemetery (Leon County)


Gum Creek Cemetery (Cherokee County) Gum Creek cemetery is located on the B.F. Elliott farm on HWY 69 West. It has only one grave marker.


Gum Springs (Leon County)

Hagan Cemetery (Houston County) Located 5 miles west of Crockett on SH 21 to the left on a hill. Homecoming 2nd Saturday in June.
GPS 31165079852N 95342994862W

Haile-Parker Cemetery (Houston County) Located about 13 miles west of Grapeland on SH 21 near the Mustang Prairie Ranch House.

Hale Cemetery (Leon County)

Hall Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Hall’s Field Cemetery) (Houston County) Located about 11 miles west of Crockett on FM 229. Go left past Wheeler Springs Community. Dates from 1882 to present.
GPS 31235002803N 95362920433W

Hall’s Bluff Cemetery (Houston County) (Black) Located on private land 10.9 miles northwest of Crockett on FM 229. Traveling west, go to iron gate on left, inside 150 year old cemetery on the right fence line.

Hall’s Bluff Cemetery (Houston County) (White) Located on private land 10.9 miles northwest of Crockett on FM 229. Traveling west, go to iron gate on left, inside 150 year old cemetery on the right fence line.

Hans Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: in Angelina County just off of Hwy.103E on Mill Creek Rd.
Surveyed: Summer 2004 by Debra Coursey-Pitts

Hardin Cemetery (Houston County) Located on a private ranch in north Houston County between Livelyville and Grapeland. One marker left. From US 287, go 1.1 mile north and east to overhead power line. Follow power line approx. 0.75 mile north. Cemetery is on west side of power line, between power line and underground pipe line.

Hardy Cemetery (Waslker County)

Harmony Cemetery (Walker County)

Harvey L. Cannon Family Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located on the Harvey Cannon Ranch north of Madisonville. This is on private land.

Rev. Harry Thomas Family Burial Plot (Trinity County) (Black)

Haskin Cemetery (Leon County)

Hatan Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Hutchings Cemetery and Alston Cemetery) (Houston County) Located 4 miles west of Weldon on Eastham State Farm, left of the drive inside the gates by a small lake. It is fenced and well cared for by the Wardens of the institution. Must get permission to inter the main gates of the prison.
GPS 305739551N 953652476W

Hauser Property Cemetery (Houston County)

Hawkins Cemetery (Angelina County) Location : Hwy 69 S of Lufkin , right on Spring Lake Dr., left on Benton ,
straight on Co.Rd.277 (Paul Hawkins Rd.),first left under wooden arch into cattle pasture ....follow small road ,will see cemetery on right.

Hayes Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located on the south side of State Highway 21 about two miles southwest of Antioch.

Hayes Springs Cemetery (Houston County) Located west of Grapeland on FM 227 about 3.2 miles, and south 3.5 miles on CR 3170. Dates from about 1900 to present.
GPS 31275929647N 95315472031W

Heartfield Cemetery (Walker County)

Heggins Chapel Cemetery (Leon County)

Helton Cemetery (Houston County) Located southeast of Kennard down FM 357 about 4 miles. Turn right onto CR 3685 and left on CR 4675.
GPS 31182823326N 95080235329N

Hendrick Cemetery (Cherokee County) Located in the Bulah Community. From Rusk take Hwy 23 south to FM 2313 & turn left on FM 2313. Go .9 miles to CR 2314 (a dirt road) turn left. The cemetery is .15 miles on the left.


Henry Cemetery (White) near Gallatin (Cherokee County) Henry cemetery is located two miles east of Gallatin, Texas on FM 22.


Henry Cemetery (Black) near Gallatin (Cherokee County) Near Gallatin in CHEROKEE CO TX. Henry cemetery has graves for both African-Americans and Caucasians. This listing is only the African American portion.


Henry unmarked Graves near Gallatin (Cherokee County) Henry cemetery is located two miles east of Gallatin, Texas on FM 22.
Henry’s Chapel Cemetery near Troup (Cherokee County) Henry's Chapel Cemetery is located FM 13, 6 miles southeast of Troup.

Hensarling-Dearmond Cemetery (Angelina County) This cemetery is now included,(along with several others, which will be listed seperately) in the area known as Concord Cemetery, located 5 miles SE of Zavalla, Tx. on Hwy.63.It was relocated in the 1959-1960 time span, when Lake Sam Rayburn was built by the US Corps. of Engineers.

Herod Family Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Daniel McCarty Herod St. Cemetery) Take FM 1283, 3 miles northwest of Grapeland; opposite Parker Cemetery turn west, cross Cleon Salmon cattleguard, ½ mile down lane to cemetery. In 1863 a 13 year old child was buried near Herod’s home; it is not known if child was theirs or a relative’s child.
GPS 313014752N 953118507W

Heron Grave Cemetery (Houston County) One grave in pasture east of Crockett on SH 21 near Cedar Point. From SH 7 between Berea and Kennard, go approx. 5.1 miles north on FM 1733. Turn left onto CR 1105 and go 1.2 miles west. Turn right at gate and go approx. 0.3 mile north following underground pipeline. Go through gate on right (east) side of pipe line and go approx. 878 ft. north following fence row.
GPS 312526997N 951615908W

Herron – Springs Cemetery (Houston County) Located west of Crockett off SH 7 about 5 miles from Loop 304. Turn right at Dickson-Hopewell sign, go past the church and creek and lane will be on your left that leads 200 yards to cemetery.

Herrington Cemetery (Angelina County)
Hester Cemetery is located approximately two miles northeast of Forest, Texas on 2723.
Hester – Burns (Houston County) see Burns Family Cemetery (Houston County)

Hickman Cemetery (Trinity County) This cemetery is on private property. From Trinity, Texas, take State Highway 94 east to Farm to Market road 356. From FM 356 going East, turn left on Chita/Carlisle Road and go .4 mile, turn left go 1.4 miles and turn right on Hickman Cemetery Rod. Go through gate and follow road straight ahead for .09 ½ mile.

Hickman Place, On Old (Trinity County) This cemetery is on private property. Two-tenths of a mile from Hickman Cemetery, around a curve to the right, in the woods are two graves.

Hickory Grove Cemetery (Houston County) Located 11.2 miles on SH 21 south from Crockett. Turn right at gate just south of small white house and follow dim road approx. 0.2 mile across pasture, branch, and up wooded hill. On Private Property.

Hicks, Wes Cemetery see Wes Hicks Cemetery (Houston County)

High Prairie Cemetery (Madison County) Located on FM 2289 midway between FM 1452 W and FM 978

Hill Cemetery (Walker County)

Hill/LANE Prairie Cemetery (Trinity County) This cemetery is on private property. This cemetery is reached from Glendale Community, TX turn north off State Jogjwau 94 at the Glendale Cemetery sign. At the fork in the road turn right & go 4.8 milesto a pasture gate on right. Because of safety concerns, the landowner would be delighted to assist relatives of the deceased desiring to visit the cemetery. You may contact the landowners through Trinity County Historical Commission, P.O. Box 123, Groveton, TX 75845, if you have any corrections, questions or information to add to this listing.


Hill Cemetery #1 (Houston County) Located between Kennard and Pennington off of FM 2781. Clearly marked with cemetery sign from highway.

Hill Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Adeline Platt Hill) see Adeline Platt Hill Cemetery

Hillcrest and Madisonville City (Madison County) see Madisonville and Hillcrest (Madison County)

Hillfield Cemetery (Leon County)

Hoehl Family Cemetery (Walker County)

Hogg Cemetery (Cherokee County) Hogg Cemetery is located in the eastern section of Rusk, Texas, south of Highway 84. This cemetery has graves of Texas Governor James Stephen Hogg's mother and relatives.  Governor Hogg is buried in Austin, Texas. .


Holcomb Cemetery (Cherokee County) There is no entrance sign. Holcomb Cemetery is located .6 miles south of FM 23 on CR 2322. 


Holleman Cemetery (East of Centerville) (Leon County)

Holleman Cemeery (West of Wealthy) (Leon County)

Holly Cemetery (Trinity County) Located 7 miles east from Lovelady off of FM 1280. Sign ives directions. Houston County carries this on our list, because the cemetery is in Trinity County, but the Arbor is in Houston County. There are more Houston County residents buried here than there are Trinity County residents. Dates from 1800’s to present. Contact information: Nancy Jones, Rt. #1 Box 47, Lovelady, Texas 75851, 936-636-7571

Holly Springs Cemetery (Cherokee County) Holly Springs cemetery is located Between Rusk and Maydelle, Texas, just north of US Highway 84 on County Road 1702.  The cemetery is at the end of a dirt road in a wooded unpopulated area.  Keep bearing to the left on the dirt road.  Holly Springs is a mixed cemetery with most burials those of people of African-American descent.


Holleyman Chapel Cemetery (Cherokee County) Hollyeman Chapel Cemetery is located 3.2 miles south of HWY 84 on CR 2120. It is behind Holleyman Chapel Missionary Baptist Church.

Holsey Family Cemetery (Houston County


Holsomsom Cemetery (Cherokee County) Holsomback is located on the old Highway north of Wells about 1 ½ miles on Melvin Burroughs farm. There is also two other burial plots on the same farm. The graves are unmarked, but they are suppose to be the original settlers and a child.


Home Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Old Home and Wilcox Cemetery (Houston County) Located northeast on SH 21 about 15 miles from Crockett between Belott and Weches. From intersection of SH 21 and FM 227 (east), go 2.2 miles south on SH 21. Cemetery is on left (east) side of road (or right if coming from Crockett).

Hoot Cemetery (Cherokee County) Hoot Cemetery is located in the Morrill Community off old Highway 69, south of Alto, Texas. The land was bought by Woodsmen of the World, back when Morrill was a thriving fruit shipping center. This was a free cemetery and several acres. Sadly, only a few grave markers remain.

Hopewell Cemetery (Leon County)

Hopewell Cemetery (Madison County) Located one mile south of the Ferguson Farm on FM 247 in the Island community.

Horn Cemetery (Leon County)

Hosea Graham (Leon County)

Hoshall Cemetery (Angelina County)

Huffman Cemetery see Ellis Springs Cemetery

Humberson Cemetery (Leon County)

Huntington Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: from Huntington take FM.RD.2109 , cemetery will be on right side of road opposite intersection of FM.RD.2801(the Hanks Creek road).

Huntley, Jiel Cemetery (Houston County) see Jiel Huntley Cemetery (Houston County)

Hurley Cemetery (Leon County)

Hutchings – Alston – Haden (Houston County)

Hyndman Family Cemetery (Leon County)

Indian Burial Grounds (Trinity County) see Pine Hill Cemetery (Trinity County)

Inman-Mason Cemetery (Trinity County) This lost cemetery is on private property, in the general vicinity of Glendale. Per the first edition of Trinity County Cemeteries, the cemetery is located on the Mason Place The general location of the cemetery is from Glendale Community, Texas, go east on State Highway 94, turn right at the Saron Cemetery sign (east Glendale Loop road). Continue past Buck Hill to the Mason hill between Sandy and Dad’s Creeks. The Inman place was northwest of the Mason place. No evidence of this cemetery was found during the search for it 26 September 1977. This cemetery has not been surveyed.

Inmates Burial Ground (Houston County) (Eastham Prison Farm)(aka Peckerwood Hill) (Houston County) Established during the 1930’s and located about 300 yards west-north-west from the Old Prison Unit are 30 white grave markers which have been fenced in with barbed wire. Brought to the attention of the Houston County Historical Commission during October 1999 through Officer John Massingill with assistance from Kelly Goodson. This makes 3 burial grounds on the Eastham Prison Unit.
Gps 305918921N 953637606W

Ivy Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: from Huntington take 2109 , beyond Oak Flat turn on Co.Rd.324, go approx.1.7 miles. This cemetery sits up on a hill overlooking a small wildlife farm next to it, it has gentle breezes & quiet surroundings.

Ivie Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Ivy and Old Ivey) (Houston County) The cemetery is located in southeast Houston County. In Kennard, take FM 357 go 1.9 miles west on CR 4615. Turn left at FSR 596, and go 0,4 mile south. At fork stay to the left and go another 0.2 mile. Cemetery is located on west side of road, across from Old Ivie Missionary Baptist Church.
GPS 311707630N 950749716W

Jackson Cemetery (Leon County)

Jacksonville City Cemetery (Cherokee County)

Jacob Allbright Cemetery see Alabama Cemetery Cemetery (Houston County)

Jacob Masters Family Graves (Houston County) The search for this lost burial ground continues. Commission members believe it to be east of Crockett off SH 21 some 6 miles, then north of the highway some 3 or 4 miles.  Another thought, which has surfaced since the 1978 publication and with searches made during fall of 1985, is that the family cemetery was bulldozed to make right of way for SH 21 which was changed around 1930s

James Cemetery (Houston County) Located 6 miles from Crockett on FM 229. Was established in the early 1880’s. A Post Office opened there in 1881, and by 1885 the settlement had steam grist and shingle mills, a general store, a cotton gin, a church, a district school, and an estimated population of 100. Remains of the cemetery can not be found.


Jarratt Cemetery (Cherokee County) Jarratt Cemetery is located in the Community of Turney, Texas. From Jacksonville take Hwy 69 south to FM 22, turn left. Go to CR 1514, turn right. The cemetery is on the right. This cemetery was catalogued in 1969.


Jasper Cemetery (Houston County) Located south of Crockett on US 287 about 4 miles. Marked from highway. Behind Jasper Church. Locked fence gate.

Jeffries Family Cemetery (Houston County)

Jenkinson Family Cemetery (Walker County)

Jewett Cemetery (Leon County)

Jiel Huntley Cemetery (Houston County) Located SH 19 south from Crockett, turn East on a dirt road by the New Pleasant Grove Church, and opposite the Four-Mile State Park. Go 0.7 mile on the dirt road is the cemetery, on left side of the road. The gate is locked; a key can be borrowed from a near neighbor. After entering the ranch, go about a mile on sandy road to the cemetery.
GPS 311555363N 952729105W

Jim English Cemetery (Houston County) Located 8 miles east of Crockett on land given by James English. A Texas Historical Grave Marker also honors him.
GPS 312148751N 951725647W

Capt. Joe Byrd Prison Cemetery (Walker County)

Joel W. Stowe Cemetery (Houston County) Joel Wells Stowe and wife Hannah Goolsby Stowe settled on a tract of land at San Pedro Community near San Pedro Creek in the early 1800’s. The Joel Stowe survey extended on both sides of FM 2022 (Rusk Road). They were buried in a small cemetery on their land, as are some members of their family.

John Adams Grave Site (Houston County) From FM 227/FM 1272 junction in Grapeland, go 7.5 miles west on FM 1272. At the very end of FM 1272, where the pavement ends and it becomes CR 2265, turn right and go 1.6 miles north on CR 2290, approx. 73 ft. northeast of road. A marker recently placed there reads: (In J. F. Martin Estate) John Adams died 1852.
GPS 313222054N 953617766W

John Denson Cemetery (Houston County) From SH 19/US 287 in Grapeland, go 3 miles east on FM 227. Turn right at Tyer Cemetery sign and go approx. 4,723 ft. south-west-south on private driveway/ranch road that leads to cemetery.
GPS 312921684N 952605093W

John Dollarhide Cemetery (Angelina County) Location is on private property / Dollarhide Hunting Club ,south Angelina Co.
Mounment reads as follows:

John Denson Cemetery (Houston County)

John Sheridan Grave (Houston County) Located just past Augusta Cemetery on CR 1680. Single grave (1837)
GPS 312941738N 953453413W

John Smith Cemetery (Black) (Trinity County) This cemetery is on private property. To reach cemetery, start at the signal light at Main & Robb Streets in Trinity, TX, travel west on Main Street 0.6 mile to Lone Star Baptist Church, turn north into the church driveway to behind the church & less than 0.1 mile to the cemetery.  It borders on the east by Trinity Cedar Grove Cemetery and on the south by Lone Star's north boundary line.  The cemetery is behind the church. 

Johnson Cemetery (Angelina County) Location of this cemetery is in southeastern Angelina County near the Kitchens cemetery. It is an old abandoned cemetery, like so many , lost and forgotten about , so time and nature have reclaimed it.

Johnson/Tullos Cemetery (Trinity County) From Groveton on Hwy 94 to Apple Springs, turn left on FM 357. Go about 3.9 miles. Cemetery on right in Centralia, Texas.

Johnston Cemetery (Houston County) Take US 287 north, turn right on Whiespot County Road and go about 0.5 mile, take another right into private property where cemetery has an iron fence surrounding plot.
GPS 313100745N 952759643W

Johnson Family Cemetery (Walker County)

Jones Cemetery (Cherokee County) The Jones cemetery is located south of Jacksonville Texas on the north side of CR 1605 which connects US 69 with FM 347.  Turn to the right from US 69 onto CR 1605 and go exactly one mile.  The Jones farm is across a cattle guard to the right located at a sharp curve in the road.  The cemetery is on that farm and is on private property.  Once through the cattle guard the cemetery is on the left, just past an old home place with a chimney built of stones.  It is a small cemetery and both it and the surrounding pasture are well maintained.  The earliest marked grave is for John Jones who died in 1857. 

Jones Cemetery #1 (Houston County) (aka Mitchell Jones Cemetery (Houston County) From Crockett go on SH 7 west for 1.7 miles to a dirt road on the left. Go 9 miles on the dirt road to a gate on the left, cemetery is 0.3 mile inside, not visible from road. A wire gate crosses road, and a fence encloses cemetery.

Jones Family Cemetery (Leon County)

Jones – Kyle Family Cemetery (Houston County) Located off of FM 2022 between San Pedro Creek and FM 227. Private, not accessible.

Jones, Mitchell Cemetery see Mitchell Jones Cemetery (Houston County)

Jonesville Cemetery (Angelina County) Location & Directions: Go 1 mile south of Huntington on HWY.69,turn left at Jonesville Cemetery sign, follow to stop sign, turn right.

Jones, W. T. see W. T. Jones (Trinity County)

Jordan Cemetery (Houston County) Located about 7 miles southwest of Crockett on FM 2110. Only 2 graves left.

Joseph Denson Family Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Denson Cemetery #1) (Houston County)

Joseph Salmon Gravesite (Houston County) This gravesite is located on the Walter Cerney Tract, B. Parker Survey, Abstract #844, just northeast of Grapeland. From US 287, turn right onto CR 1885; at ½ mile, the road makes a 90 degree turn to the right, follow the road for 1.25 miles. The gate into the tract is locked. The gravesite is to the right of the lane just inside the property.

Joseph Salmon (Houston County)

Josiah Herod Cemetery (Houston County) Located 2.3 miles northwest of Grapeland on FM 1272 on the east side of the raod by the Homesite of Josiah. A number of grave sites have been lost, with only on headstone now.
313015787N 953034616W

Josserand Memorial Park Cemetery (Trinity County) To reach the cemetery from Groveton, TX, take US Highway 287 South for about two miles to the Josserand Baptist Church, go right & proceed past the church to the next intersection, turn left & go one quarter mile to the Mount Olive Baptist Church.

Jozye Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located 4.2 miles south of Madisonville on State Highway 90 on the east side of the road.

Katherine Beazley Pennington Cemetery (Houston County) No markers. About 11 miles west of Grapeland near Beazley family cemetery behind the old homestead. 4 graves known, many unmarked graves.

Keechi Cemetery (Leon County)

Keefer Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located five miles south of Normangee on State Highway
39 then west one and one half miles on Stewart Road.

Keigwin Cemetery (Leon County)

Keils Cemetery (Leon County)

Keltys Cemetery (Angelina County)(Black) This is a VERY old cemetery , in much need of repair. There are numerous piles of broken and misplaced grave markers lying about. Many are now overgrown by the underbrush on the outer edges of the cemetery. This cemetery is BOTH a cemetery for Whites & Blacks .. predominately Black.

Keltys Cemetery (Angelina County)(White) This is a VERY old cemetery , in much need of repair. There are numerous piles of broken and misplaced grave markers lying about. Many are now overgrown by the underbrush on the outer edges of the cemetery. This cemetery is BOTH a cemetery for Whites & Blacks .. predominately Black.

Keltys Cemetery (Lost Section) (Angelina County) Keltys Cemetery (Angelina County. This is a VERY old cemetery , in much need of repair. There are numerous piles of broken and misplaced grave markers lying about. Many are now overgrown by the underbrush on the outer edges of the cemetery. This cemetery is BOTH a cemetery for Whites & Blacks .. predominately Black.

Kennard Community Cemetery see New Hope Cemetery (Houston County)

Kennedy Family Graves (Houston County) Located off SH 21 between Weches and Neches River. In woods short distance from highway.
Kennedy Plot (Cherokee County) Located on the Frances Miller Lester Place, west of HWY 110, north of Ponta. Family plot  with only one marker.
Kilgore Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Sullivan or SolDurham) (Houston County) Located 4.8 miles east of Ratcliff on SH 7, take FSR 561 north about ½ mile past CR 1165.
GPS 312359020N 950329805W

Kilgore Family Cemetery (Leon County)


Kilgore Family Plot (Cherokee County) The John Kilgore Family Plot is located at the entrance to the state Hospital in Rusk, TX, HWY 69. There are no marked graves. Looks to be 3 or 4 graves. This family was the only white people living in the Indian village when it was purchased from the Indians.


Killough Cemetery (Cherokee County) The Killough Memorial and cemetery is located to the South of FM 855 about 3 miles West of Mt. Selman, Texas, On County Road 3431.  Go west from Mt. Selman about 2 1/2 miles, then turn south on County Road 3405, go about 1/4 mile, then turn west on County Road 3411, go about 1/2 mile, then turn south on County Road 3431.  County Road 3431 dead ends at the Killough site.  All roads are paved roads but narrow in places.  The cemetery is enclosed in a chain link fence, and in the center is a 12 foot monument built of native rocks and concrete.

King Cemetery (Leon County)

King Family Cemetery (Houston County)


Knoxville Cemetery (Cherokee County) Knoxville Cemetery is located south of New Summerfield. From the intersection of Hwy 110 & Hwy 75 in New Summerfield go south on Hwy 110 to CR 4701. Turn left on CR 4701 and go 1.5 miles to CR 4710. Turn left on CR 4710 and go about .8 miles to the cemetery.


Kyle Family Cemetery (Houston County) Located about 12 miles east of Crockett on Bates-Ferry Road. Private. From SH 7 go 3.5 miles north to FM 1733. Turn left at CR 1060 and go 2.4 miles west. Turn right at private drive and go north. Go thru first gate and turn right. Go approx. 1267 ft. east through pasture. Cemetery is located in wooded grove to left, approx. 400 ft. north of CR 1060.
GPS 312309065N 951645726W

Lacy Cemetery (Black) (Trinity County) From Groveton, TX take State Highway 94 toward Apple Springs, TX for four miles to just past the Caney Creek bridge. Turn right on Farm to Market road 3317. Follow this road for about a mile & a half, & you will see the cemetery.


Lahey, Pete Cemetery (Madison County) see Pete Lahey Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located eight miles north of Madisonville between State Highway 75 and I-45 on Waldrip Lane. It is enclosed by a cyclone fence.

Lake Creek Cemetery (Houston County) Located between Pennington and Kennard. Take US 287 south from Crockett 13.7 miles. Just before Pennington, turn left at FM 358 and go 0.8 mile. Turn left again at FM 2781 and go 0.2 mile. Turn left again at FM 1782 (Kennard Road) and go 2.9 miles north.
GPS 311442753N 951528090W

Lammon Cemetery (Leon County Landrum Cemetery (Cherokee County) Landrum cemetery is located on the Donnie Wallace place, off FM 294, W of Alto. We are told that this cemetery had only red rocks marking the graves.

Lane Prarie Cemetery (Trinity County) see Hill Cemetery (Trinity County)

Lang Cemetery (Angelina County) The Lang Family Cemetery is next to the Redland United Methodist Church, which is on the corner of 2021 and across from the elementary school.

Lansford, Old see Elisha Clapp Cemetery (Houston County)

Largent Cemetery (Angelina County) The Largent Cemetery is located in the Bethlehem Community, West of Lufkin, Texas, between Highway 94 West and Highway 103 West, on Ben DUNN Road off of FM 706. These records were copied from information provided by Thomas Earl LARGENT and from data obtained from the Kurth Library, Lufkin, Texas. Where no dates appear this is due to the persons having tombstones or purchased plots and are still living, in some instances the grave markers have been lost with the passage of time. Mr. William J. LARGENT was the first person to be buried in the cemetery. He was born on 10/1/1800 and died 08/18/1862. His wife Martha ALBRITTON was born on 1/16/1803 and died in 11/1865. At the time of their deaths the cemetery was located only on land that was owned by the immediate LARGENT family. Adjoining land was deeded to the cemetery by G. W. DUNN and W. E. DUNN in 1916. In 1971, a portion of land was donated by Mr. & Mrs. D. H. WOOD along with another portion belonging to heirs Mr. & Mrs. Howard W. GANN, Mr. & Mrs. Jack R. WYETH, Mr. & Mrs. Leroy M. WILLIAMSON, Mr. & Mrs. Brice C. GANN and Mrs. Ina GANN BERRY (widow of Hobby BERRY).

Larissa Cemetery (Cherokee County) located at the intersection of CR 3706 and FM 855, which runs west from Mt. Selman, Texas.  It is north of FM 855 and west of CR 3706.  The cemetery is well maintained and has marked burials that began as early as 1850.  It has a pavillion, is enclosed in a chain link fence, and has two rows of old magnolia trees running east and west through it. 

Larrison Cemetery (Madison County)

LaRue Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: off Hwy.103 East,on FmRd.326,one mile on left. Private property, permission required first, need 4-wheel drive or walk.

Latexo Cemetery (Houston County) Located on SH 19/US287 north 5 miles from Crockett. Cemetery sign clearly marks the way. Dates from about 1914 to present, very active.
GPS 31233356821N 95283932905W

Latin American Cemetery (Leon County)

Lee – Leigh Cemetery (Walker County)

Lee Washington Cemetery (Houston County) Located west of Grapeland, take FM 227 west about 15 miles to CR 2260. Go north 3.7 miles to the county line. On left down private road and go 0.2 mile southwest. Cemetery is in pasture and can be seen from county road.
GPS 313040048N 954201206W

Leona Cemetery (Leon County)

Lester Patton Family Cemetery (Houston County) Located on FM 2663, 2 miles east of Latexo, this cemetery is on a part of the 55.43 acre farm belonging to Lester Patton. It is for the use of his family. Dated from 1972.

Lester, Child Plot (Trinity County) This grave site is on private property. To get to the Lester Grave, from Apple Springs, take FM 375 south to Helmic - Apple Springs Road. Right (west) .3 miles to Forest Service Road 567. Go right .5 miles to private grass road on right side. Follow road .7 miles to grass road on left (south) side, through gate into pasture. Address: Park Service Road 567

Lewis Family Cemetery (Cherokee County) The Lewis family cemetery is located on the North side of US 175 between Cove Springs and Reese, Texas, about 8 miles Northwest of Jacksonville, Texas.  It is in a wooded area but has a driveway into it and is well maintained.  The earliest marked burial is that of J. R. Lewis in 1915. 

Liberty Cemetery (Walker County)

Liberty Cemetery (Leon County)

Liberty Hill Community Cemetery (Houston County)Located on private property, not open to public, 15 or so graves, at least some had monuments with names, markers are now gone.

Liberty Cemetery (Leon County)

Lipsey Cemetery (Leon County)

Little Flock Cemetery (Leon County)

Livelyville Cemetery (Houston County) Located northeast of Grapeland on FM 228 about 1.2 miles then take CR 1880 left and go about 2.5 miles. The cemetery is on the left. Contact information: Mr. Bill Cheatham, President, P. O. Box 867, Grapeland, Texas 75844, 936-687-4016
GPS 313224923N 95241892572W

Lockout Cemetery (Houston County) see San Pedro Cemetery (Houston County)

Lone Dove Cemetery (Cherokee County)

Longstreet Cemetery (New Waverly) (Walker County)

Lone Star Cemetery (Cherokee County)

Lone Star – Tyer Cemetery (Houston County) Located southeast of Grapeland. Take FM 2423 for about 6 miles, turn right on CR 1740, about 2 miles on the right.
GPS 31272477631N 95241892572W

Long Cemetery (Houston County) (Black) Located near Hall’s Bluff about 6 miles down Hall’s Bluff Road, on Old Long Plantation.

Long Cemetery (Houston County) (White) Located near Hall’s Bluff about 6 miles down Hall’s Bluff Road, on Old Long Plantation.

Long Cemetery (Houston County) Located near Hall’s Bluff about 6 miles down Hall’s Bluff Road, on Old Long Plantation.
Looney Cemetery (Cherokee County) Located on the old Looney farm, on the west side of the Angelina River in Woodville Community.
Lost Places (Graes and Cemeteries) (Trinity County) Somewhere in Trinity County, there exists burial sites or cemeteries not found. Lost Places is where these people are buried. Hunters, Timber Farmers, Timberland Workers, U.S. and Texas Forest Service personnel, and Hikers often accidentally run across gravesites. Hopefully, they will have GPS equipment with them so that in the future, so we can get back to the exact location. Where some of the cemetery locations are approximately known, we have listed them in the main section.

Lovelady Evergreen Cemetery (Houston County) Located across the RR tracts on SH 19 north form Lovelady. Well marked. Referred to in this material as Evergreen, Lovelady. (Houston County has 3 Evergreen Cemeteries) Dates from about 1878 to present, very active. Contact person: Marty Cash – President 936-636-7733,
GPS 31081042269N 95270240809W

Lowe’s Chapel Cemetery (Cherokee County) Lowe's Chapel Cemetery is Located approx 4.5 mi north on Hwy 110 from Rusk, TX then east approx 2 mi on CR 1309.

Luce Cemetery (Houston County) Location: Go SH 7 east to Ratcliff, turn right on FSR 511-1, known as Hill Top Road. Turn left on the 2nd road. The cemetery is about 0.25 mile. Fenced and sometimes mowed.
GPS 312249382N 950143960W

Lummus Cemetery (Leon County)

Lunch Cemetery (Houston County) see Old Lynch Cemetery (Houston County)


Lynches Chapel Cemetery (Cherokee County) Lynches Chapel Cemetery is located 6.5 miles west of Alto, Texas on CR 2910 off SH 294. This cemetery is also called Black Jack , Jones Chapel or Landrum Cemetery.


Lynwood Cemetery (Houston County) No information at this time.

Mackleroy Cemetery (Houston County) Located on FM 1272 west of Grapeland. At FM 227/FM 1272 junction in Grapeland, go 7.5 miles west on FM 1272. at the very end of FM 1272, where the pavement ends and it becomes CR 2265, turn right and go 1.8 miles north on CR 2290 (there is an Antrim Cemetery sign posted at intersection). Cemetery is in pasture on northeast side of road. The Mackleroy Cemetery is located approx. 0.4 mile east-southeast of the Antrim Cemetery, on the same property as the John Adams Gravesite. Deserted graves.
GPS 313226626N 953628299W

Madisonville City and Hillcrest Cemetery (Madison County) The Madisonville City Cemetery is located 3 blocks from the Courthouse on Highway 21 West & West Trinity Street.

Major John Smith (Houston County) Located near Reynard west of Grapeland, go 13.4 miles west on FM 227 to sharp bend (Note: FM 227 becomes CR 2210 at end of pavement). When road bends sharply to left, go straight across cattle guard and through gate. Follow private ranch road 0.4 mile to third gate the road forks. Stay to the left for another 0.4 mile. The road well enter a large field. At this point to south and east across field, following tree line for approx. 0.2 mile.
GPS 312656880N 953020262W

Makamson Cemetery (Leon County)

Manning Cemetery (Houston County) Located about 7.8 miles east of Crockett on SH 21. Turn right at CR 1535 (Manning Lane) and go 0.7 mile west. The cemetery is in pasture behind house on north (right) side of road, just east of CR 1540/CR 1535 junction.
GPS 312502779N 952130897W


Manning Cemetery (Cherokee County) Manning cemetery is located north of Central High Community, on a hill known as Graveyard Hill. All the graves have been destroyed but the following are known to be buried there.


Manning Cemetery (Angelina County (aka Flournot Cemetery) (Angelina County) Located in community known as Old Manning in southern Angelina County. Go Hwy.69 south past Huntington, right on FM. Rd. 844 to Co. Rd. 362 (Manning Cemetery Rd.), turn left. This transcription of burials is current through the year 1986 and is composed from surveys and obituary clippings.

Manning – Brimberry Cemetery (Walker County)

Marquez Cemetery (Leon County)

Martha’s Chapel (Walker County)

Martin Cemetery (Cherokee County) Martin Cemetery is located east of the Atoy community. At the intersection of Hwy 69 & FM 343 just south of Rusk turn east. Go about 9 miles the cemetery is on the left side of the road.

Martin Cemetery (Madison County) This is a lone grave on private property, one half mile south of Willowhole Cemetery, on FM 1372.

Marshall-Parker Cemetery (Angelina County) This cemetery is now included,(along with several others, which will be listed seperately) in the area known as Concord Cemetery, located 5 miles SE of Zavalla, Tx. on Hwy.63.It was relocated in the 1959-1960 time span, when Lake Sam Rayburn was built by the US Corps. of Engineers.

Mary’s Chapel Cemetery (Walker County)

Mason – Barkley Cemetery (Houston County) Family graves located on private farm on the Trinity River. Take FM 230 southwest in Lovelady to Weldon. From Weldon, go 4 miles south to the entrance of Eastham Prison Unit. Where FM 230 bends sharply to the left, go southwest on PR 7000 approx. 1.6 miles south southeast across cattle pasture. The cemetery is on south side of road, on a knoll. Must get permission from the Warden at the eastham Prison Unit.
GPS 305633323N 953609216W

Masters Family Cemetery see Jacob Masters Family Graves (Houston County)

Matchett Cemetery (Houston County) Located off FM 1733 near the corner of SH 7 between Crockett and Kennard. Unmarked family graves.

Matthews Cemetery (Houston County) Located northwest of Grapeland. Take FM 1272/FM 227 junction in Grapeland and go 7.5 miles west on FM 1272. at the very end of FM 1272, where the pavement ends and it becomes CR 2265, go 0.8 mile north on CR 2290. Turn right onto private, gated road and go approx. 300 ft. northeast. The faint road leads directly to the cemetery.
GPS 313203667N 953533154W

Mays Cemetery (Houston County) Located from Crockett go SH 7 east, turn on FM 132 toward Porter Springs, go a short distance to the first left turn on a dirt road. Cemetery is less than a mile down the road on the right side very close to the road.
GPS 31165079852N 95342994862W

Mays Cemetery (Leon County)

Mayfield Cemetery (Cherokee County)

McAdams Cemetery (Walker County)

McBride/McBryde Cemetery (Angelina County) Location is in the area of FmRd.328 in the Huntington community off Fm Rd.2109. In the year 1967 when this research was first submitted to the Angelina County Cemetery Records there was only 1 marker left but there were signs of others having been there throughout the woods.(3 graves near the 1 marked grave,but no stones)


McBride Scrub Creek Cemeteries (Trinity County) Location and history of the cemetry were given on January 22, 1992 by Mr. Earl Lester. Mr. William Due purchased the land from the I & GN Railroad. Two acres were allocated for a cemetery. Later, Mr. I. Friedman purchased the property. In 1909, Mr. Joe Terry bought the land and in 1910 Mr. Earl Lester was the purchaser. Mr. Lester knew about the cemetery, and could tell by the mounds that there were seven graves. There was no identification other than seeing a member of the McBride family tend to the graves occasionally. All indications of graves have been obliterated. This family lot has always been known to Mr. Lester as the McBride Cemetery.


McCall Cemetery (Cherokee County) McCall Cemetery is on a rural road about 3½ miles west of Forest, Texas.

McCall Family Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: private family property known as the McCall Farm just off of Fm.Rd.324 west of U.S.Hwy.59 on Bloomer McCall Dr.(small black top road dead ends into cattle pasture, must keep gates closed and permission to access is requested first please).This has been the property of the McCall family since 1876.

McCann Cemetery (Houston County) see Old McCann Cemetery (Houston County)

McCarter Cemetery (Houston County)

McCarty Cemetery (Angelina County) Located by McCarthy Chapel. Take FM 2022 north about 9 miles. Go left on CR 1535 (there is a sign). About 1.5 miles down CR 1535, the cemetery is on the left by McCarthy Chapel. McCarter Cemetery Work Fund, c/o Mrs. Mary M. Luce, 227 Plum St. #4, Grapeland, Texas 75844, 936-687-4679.
GPS 31254836429N 95235602947W

McClain Cemetery (Trinity County) This cemetery is on private property. From Groveton, take State Highway 94 east 9.4 miles, turn left on Farm to Market road 358, one mile to Farm to Market road 211, then 2.3 miles on a county road. Turn right, go. 0.7 miles, turn right on a dirt road & go 0.3 miles to top of a hill & the cemetery & about 75 yards away & down the hill is a small family group.

McClain, Zid Cemetery (Trinity County) This cemetery is on private property. To approximately locate the Zid McClain Cemetery, go east from Centralia, TX, on an unpaved road for about three miles, pass the sign to Perry-Beasley Cemetery & at the next left road, turn left. You should be facing a locked gate.

McClure Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: Hwy.103 East, opposite side of road from Thomas Crossing (right side),turn on Co. Rd.# 150 , sign will read: McClure Barron Cemetery Road, proceed 1.2 miles, cemetery on left. There was no sign on this cemetery at the time of our survey.

McCracken Cemetery (Cherokee County) McCracken cemetery is located near Pleasant Grove (West of Maydelle, Texas) north of Hwy 84 and south of Pleasant Grove.  It is on an old road trace to the west of County Road 1804.  Harold and Sylvia Acker surveyed this old cemetery in Oct 1991 and described the trek to it as covered with briar patches.

McDaniel Cemetery (Marquez) (Leon County)

McDaniel Cemetery (West of Centerville ) (Leon County)


McDonald Cemetery (Cherokee County) Located on SH 110 at New Summerfield, south on 110 at the city limits. This cemetery is quite old and has a great number of unidentified concrete markers. These markers were placed in the 1980’s to identify the site of a grave. According to a cemetery association board member from that era, an area under a group of trees on the south side of the cemetery, had at one time been fenced off. This was known as the area where the "old maids" were all buried.


McKelvey Cemetery (Houston County) in the Tadmore Community. From Crockett take SH 7 to Ratcliff. Go 3.4 miles north on FM 227. Turn left at CR 1135 and go 1.6 miles; turn left through metal gate. Cemetery is about 0.1 mile further. There is a sign posted at the entrance.

McKindree Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: going east on Hwy.103 from Lufkin go about 4 miles, turn left on McKindree Road (will be street next to small grocery store),cemetery will be on right at corner across from McKindree Church.

McKinney – Wells Family Cemetery (Houston County) Take SH 7 to Ratcliff. Cemetery is about ½ mille from Plain Church.

McKnight Cemetery (Angelina County)

McGuire Cemetery (Walker County)

McLean Family Cemetery (Houston County) Located about 20 miles northeast of Crockett on SH 21 near FM 227. From northern most intersection of SH 21 and FM 227, go 0.1 mile west. From this point, go approx. 287 ft. north across creek. Cemetery is located approx. 163 ft. north of creek and 186 ft. south of old house. Two graves.

McMillian – McCaskill Cemetery (Walker County)

McMillin Cemetery (Marquez) (Leon County)

McNeil Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: going south on Hwy.69 about 8 miles past Huntington , turn left on
Co.Rd.317 also called "Deadmans Road"(has sign w/ this name on it). Go about 2 miles turn right on Co.Rd.318 (will be where road forks),proceed to Co.Rd.318A (will be on left where blacktop road ends and dirt road begins), Cemetery is at end of 318A.

McQueen Cemetery (Houston County) From US 287/FM 2663 junction in Latexo, go 1.1 mile north on US 287. Turn left at private driveway with Bennett sign. Follow ranch road 0.1 mile to west. From house, go right through gate. Follow ranch road to left, behind barns, through two gates, and across shallow drainage ditch. At fourth gate, turn left. Cemetery is a few feet south of gate on west side of fence row.
GPS 312437363N 952844657W

M. D. Womack (Houston County) Located west of Grapeland, take FM 227 west about 15 miles to CR 2260. Go north 3.7 miles to the county line. On left down private road and go 0.2 mile to the county line. Cemetery is in pasture and can be seen from the county road.

Meador Cemetery (Cherokee County)
From the intersection of U.S. 69 and U.S. 79 in downtown Jacksonville go east 2.1 miles on Highway 79 N to the intersection of 79 and Highway 204 (Loop 456) then south 1.5 miles to where Highway 204 turns east towards Nacogdoches 2.1 miles to the intersection of 204 and County Road 1411. The cemetery is on the southeast corner of the intersection and is marked with a sign over a gate. The entrance is about 100 yards south on County Road 1411. The cemetery is well maintained and has a shelter with some tables for public use.

Medford Cemetery, New see New Medford Cemetery (Cherokee County)
Meredith Cemetery (Cherokee County) Meredith Cemetery is located off Hwy 84 east. It is approx. 3.5 miles from Rusk, look for a church,  turn right on CR 1202 and go .4 miles. When the road T's you will see the church, go into the parking lot and look for CR 1203. The dirt road dead-ends into the cemetery. There is no entrance sign. This cemetery is also called Bethel Cemetery


Meriwether (Old) Cemetery see Old Meriwether Cemetery (Houston County) (Houston County)

Mexican Cemetery (at old Coal Mine) (Houston County) This cemetery is located just north of Lovelady off of SH 19. Just before the first big curve after leaving Lovelady, you will see a Historical Marker about the Houston-Leon County Coal Company on your right. About ¼ mile past that on your left you will see pavement from an old road and then to into the woods. This abandoned cemetery has become port of the woods.

Mexican Prisoner Grave (Houston County) Located out from Ratliff, prisoner buried where he was killed in an attempt to recapture him after his escape from Rusk Prison.

Midway Cemetery (Madison County) Midway Cemetery is located on Highway 21 across from the Midway City Hall
and next door to the Church of Christ. Midway is 12 miles east of Madisonville on Highway 21.

Miles Cemetery (Cherokee County) The Miles cemetery is located about four miles SW of Jacksonville, Texas. South from U.S. highway 79 onto FM 747, then south on County Road 3111. The cemetery is just over the top of a hill on the right side of County Road 3111. It is about two hundred yards down an unpaved lane on the right.  The cemetery is about 100 yards square enclosed in a barbed wire fence.  A pasture complete with cattle surround it.  Although covered by trees it is occasionally mowed, but leaves and twigs are about six inches deep.  Most graves are unmarked and some marked graves have broken and partially missing stones.  Row designations proceed from East to West. 

Miller Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located on Grant Road, you take State Highway 21 West from Madisonville, to FM 1372, turn left. Grant Road is first road to East. The grave is about 100 feet down Grant Road from intersection at very edge of road.

Miller Graves (Houston County) One mile from Cedar Point. No access.

Millican Chapel Cemetery (Trinity County) see Milligan Chapel Cemetery (Trinity County) This cemetery is on private property. To find this cemetery, take Hwy 19 south from Trinity until you find FM 1617, turn right. Go about 1 mile after crossing Bell Creek, & immediately start looking to right to find the cemetery. . Go about 1 mile crossing Bell Creek, and immediately start looking to right to find the cemetery. Rumor has it that the name has been officially changed to Milligan Chapel Cemetery. To quote our 2d edition of Trinity County Cemeteries: According to Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Turner, the name is spelled with a "C", and pronounced by East Texas with a "G". The First Methodist Church was called Millican (as pronounced by East Texans) Chapel.


Millican/Milligan Cemetery (Houston County) Located between Crockett and Grapeland on SH 19/US 287. Take CR 1825, cemetery is east 2.1 miles right at bend. Contact information: Milligan Cemetery c/o Gwen Goolsby, 7602 Oak Village Dr., Humble, Texas 77396 or Pollie Jones Daniel, Box 414, Grapeland, Texas 75844.
GPS 31250863541N 95273366135W

Mills Cemetery (Madison County) From the intersection of OSR and FM 1452 W go east on FM 1452 to David Ln. Turn right onto David Ln. and go south .75 miles to Joe David's driveway. Turn right into Joe David'sdriveway, past his house and barn and to his back fence, which is about .25 miles. There is a gate in his back fence. At this point, look to the left and you will see a very large cedar tree in an open pasture, about 200 feet south of the gate and about 50 feet west of the fence line.

Mills Family Cemetery (Houston County)

Milton M. Burns Cemetery (Leon County)

Mississippi (Old) (Houston County) see Old Mississippi Cemetery (Houston County)

Mitchell Cemetery (Walker County)


Mitchell Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located in a pasture off State Highway 21 East, approximately two miles west of Midway on north side of 21, about 250 yards into pasture on private property.  There is a Texas Historical marker on highway for this cemetery.


Mitchell Cemetery (Houston County) Located on Lloyd Lovell’s place (1986). On private property.

Mitchell - Jones Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Jones Cemetery #1) (Houston County) Directions from Loop 304 in Crockett, go 1.6 miles west on SH 7. Turn left onto CR 3020 (cemetery sign posted) and go 0.9 mile south-west. Turn left at gate, which has a cemetery sign, and go 0.3 mile south. The road dead ends at the cemetery.
GPS 311745601N 953045613W

Mitchell – Weches Area Cemetery (Houston County)


Mixon Cemetery (Cherokee County) Mixon Cemetery is located ten miles northeast of Jacksonville, Texas at the intersection of FM 177 and Hwy 135. From Jacksonville go north on Hwy 69 to FM 2493 turn Rt and go 4.4 miles to FM 177. Then go .9 miles to the cemetery, which is on the rt.


Moffit Creath Cemetery (Houston County)

Moore Cemetery (Leon County)

Moore’s Chapel Cemetery (Leon County)

Monkress Graves on Loop 456 (Cherokee County)

Monastery of the Infant Jesus Cemetery (Angelina County) Location : 1501 Lotus Lane, Lufkin, Tx.

Monkress Plot (Cherokee County)

Moore Family Cemetery (Trinity County) Moore Cemetery is located off State Highway 94, between Apple Springs, TX, & Groveton, TX, off Farm to Market road 358, west on the unpaved road now named Moore Cemetery Road. This road goes from Farm to Market road 358 to Farm to Market road 357 near Nogales Prairie

Moore & Rogers Cemetery (Trinity County) This cemetery is on private property. From Groveton, TX, take State highway 94 east ten miles. Turn left on Farm to Market road 233 one mile. Continue straight ahead on Farm to market road 233 one mile, turn left on Eire Davidson road, then right on Max Due road. The cemetery is about 300 feet from the Due home.

Moore’s Grove Cemetery (Walker County)

Morning Star Ranch Family Cemetery (Houston County) From Loop 304 in Crockett, go 6.9 miles south on SH 19. Turn left at CR 4035 and go 3.1 miles east. Turn left at gate just before entrance to Morning Star Ranch and CR 4025/CR 4037 junction. Cemetery is located approx. 200 ft. north of road.
GPS 311222232N 952552951W

Moseley Cemetery (Houston County) Located near Weches Burran Town area. One infant graves.

Mosley Cemetery (Cherokee County) Moseley Cemetery is located three miles south of Rusk, Texas on a connecting dirt road between FM 1857 & FM 23.

Mott-Hopson Cemetery (Angelina County) This cemetery is now included,(along with several others, which will be listed seperately) in the area known as Concord Cemetery, located 5 miles SE of Zavalla, Tx. on Hwy.63.It was relocated in the 1959-1960 time span, when Lake Sam Rayburn was built by the US Corps.
of Engineers.

Mount Comfort (Cherokee County) Mt. Comfort cemetery is located near Maydelle, Texas, just north of US Highway 84, on County Road 1708.  The cemetery is very large in area but has lots of empty space in the rows.  It is entirely enclosed by chain link fencing and is very well maintained and orderly.  In the extreme southeast corner of the en­closed area is a separate group of graves known as the Conner cemetery.  Marked burials began with that of Dana Sherman in December 1878. 

Mount Hope Cemetery at Mt. Hope (Cherokee County) To find Mt. Hope Cemetery started from the Square in Rusk on Hwy 84 going West go approx. 2 miles and turn left on FM 1248. Go 5.5 miles to Mt. Hope Cemetery sign turn right go approx. .9 miles on FM 2626. Church is on the right and the Cemetery is on the left.

Mound Hope Cemetery at Wells (Cherokee County) Mt. Hope Cemetery is located at US 69 at Old Homer-Alto Road (CR 2626) and at the site 2.9 miles northwest of Wells on CR 2626.

Mount Mariah Cemetery (Cherokee County) Located at end of CR 1304, approx. 1 mi west of CR 1309, which is approx. 5 mi north of Rusk, TX off Hwy 110.Surveyed by Donna Shreeve on November 9, 2000

Mount Moriah Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Ramsey Cemetery) Located south of Crockett on SH 21 about 5 miles on right. Well marked

Mount Nevelton Cemetery (Cherokee County) Mt. Nevelton cemetery is located on the West side of County Road 3707, about 2 miles South of Bullard, Texas.  It is located behind the Mt. Nevelton CME Church.  The cemetery has a dry creek bed running North and South through the center.  Rows A - E are on the East side of this creek bed and rows F - L are on the West.  It is an African-American cemetery and has burials dating as far back as 1903.  The cemetery is surrounded by pasture and contains several large Oaks.  It is well main­tained and easily accessed.

Mount Olive Cemetery (Houston County) Located just off of FM 230 southwest about 2.2 miles from Lovelady. Turn right at CR 3545, and go 0.4 mile north. Turn left into private, gated road and go approx. 500 ft. southwest.
GPS 310630822N 952816149W

Mount Pisgah Cemetery (Leon County)


Mount Tabor Cemetery (Madison County) Located in the Mt. Tabor community, about eight miles north of Madisonville on Highway 75.


Mount Vernon Cemetery (Houston County) Located about 5 miles northeast of Ratcliff on CR 1155. Contact information: Mrs. Judy Reynolds, 3683 County Road 1170, Kennard, Texas 75847; Phone 936-655-3187 or John Earl Dowdy 936-655-2038.
GPS 31242934981N 95050963190W


Mount Zion Cemetery (Cherokee County) Mt. Zion Cemetery is located on FM 241 off US 69, 4 miles north of Alto, TX


Mount Zion Cemetery (Houston County) Located west of Grapeland on FM 227 and FM 2544 in Mt. Zion Community.

Mount Zion Cemetery (Trinity County) The Mount Zion Cemetery is located off FM 357 South, 5 miles out of Apple Springs. A Cemetery Road sign direct one to follow the dirt road East for 1 mile to the entrance. This old cemetery has served as a public burial site for the inhabitants of Apple Springs, Alabama Creek, Trevat and Helmic Communities since its inception.

Mullenax Cemeery (Leon County)

Murdock Cemetery (Houston County) Located just south of Grapeland on CR 1840. Private property. Contact information: Louise White, Ft. 2 Box 220B, Grapeland, Texas 75844

Murphy - Ash Community Cemetery (Houston County) Located on FM 1280 west of Austonio. In the Ash Community. From SH 21 in Austinio, go 3.9 miles west on FM 12980 till the pavement ends and the road becomes CR 3220. Turn right just after FM 1280 becomes CR 3220 and go north through gate and across pasture. Follow the road approx. 0.3 mile north across creek and go right through second gate. Cemetery is just past gate in wooded grove on hilltop west (left) of road.
GPS 311154724N 954150960W

Murray – Deason Cemetery (Walker County)

Muse Cemetery

Mustang Cemetery (Grimes County)

Myers Family Cemetery (Leon County)

Myrtle Springs Cemetery (Cherokee County) North on Hwy 110 from Rusk to SR 204; right a few yards to FM 2274 left on 2247 approx. 1.3 miles to CR 4501 then left approx 1 mile to cemetery. (Surveyed in December-2001) Begun during the 1860's this cemetery served as a burial ground for citizens of the town of Lone Star as well as other scattered settlements in the area. Many homesteads were located nearby and a Union church was attended by many families until the 1920's. The cemetery is located on land deeded to the Myrtle Springs Church by area pioneer, Thomas Garrison.

Nance/Way Cemetery (Leon County)

Narroway Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: go hwy.94 west, left on FmRd.2497,right at cemetery sign
(old co.rd.54)Kurth Loop Rd.

Naren/Nerran Cemetery (Angelina County) Located on Naren cemetery road in Huntington, Angelina County. I found most names were spelled Nerren so I believe they were all the same.

Nash Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is on Bundic Road. From North Zulch go 1/8 mile north on State Highway 39, turn left on Bundic Road (first dirt road), 1/4 mile on the right, behind a gate and through a large pasture. It is located on private property and permission is needed to visit it.

Native American Cemetery (Trinity County) This lost cemetery is probably on private property, located approximately three miles east of Groveton off of Hwy 94. This was near where the G. L. & N. Railroad crossed the highway. By tradition, area also called “Indian Burial Ground”.

Neal & Rose Family Cemetery (Houston County) Located about 2 miles west our the Old Huntsville Road (CR 2110), on the west side.
GPS 311645875N 952857330W

Nelson Cemetery (Cherokee County) Nelson Cemetery is located on FM 23, southwest of Rusk, Texas.

Netties Cemetery (Leon County)

New Cedar Branch Cemetery (Houston County) Located on FM 227 west of Grapeland about 8 miles to a “Y” in the road. Take the right fork, go to the end of the pavement, then about 2.5 miles to the Cedar Branch Church. Cemetery is on the left. Dates from before 1915 to present time. Very active.
GPS 312626743N 954122708W

New Church Cemetery (Trinity County) To find New Church Cemetery: from Groveton to Apple Springs, turn left on FM 2501, go approximately 5 miles, turn right on New Church Road. This road leads to the cemetery located on right side of the road.


New Emmaus Cemetery (Cherokee County) New Emmaus Cemetery is located on FM 856, 2 miles north of US 79.


New Energy Cemetery (Houston County) Located about 12 miles east on SH 21. Cemetery is on the right side of SH 21. Very well maked. Dates from about 1900’s to present, very active. Homecoming is the 4th Sunday in May.


New Hope Community Cemetery (Cherokee County) New Hope Community Cemetery is located on HWY 69 north of Alto, TX


New Medford Cemetery (Cherokee County)

New Pleasant Grove Cemetery (Houston County) Located south of Crockett on SH 19, or orth of Lovelady on SH 19 at FM 3315. Turn west on FM 3315 and cross the railroad tracks and turn left. The road turns to the right and after about ½ mile, turn sharp right again. The cemetery is at the turn.
GPS 311604783N 952900639W

Newport Cemetery (Walker County)

New Prospect Cemetery (Angelina County)Black) Location: Angelina County , near intersection of Hwy.69 North & Hwy.7 Turn right at this intersection onto hwy.7 , go about 1/4 mile , turn right at sign ( New Prospect Cemetery Road )....road leading to cemetery will be by New Prospect Baptist Church.


New Prospect Baptist Church (Trinity County) see Thornton Church Cemetery (Trinity County) To go to Thornton Church, from Groveton, TX take State Highway 94 west for about 11 miles, & turn to the right at the cemetery sign & Thornton Church Road. From Trinity, TX take State Highway 94 east for about 11 miles, turn left on Thornton Church Road & the cemetery sign.  Thornton Church is about two miles down the dirt road on the left.


New Salem Cemetery (Leon County)

Newson Family Cemetery (Anderson County) Located in Anderson County, but just a few miles north of Waneta. Family cemetery dating back to 1877.

Newsom Family Cemetery (Leon County)

Newman Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: Angelina County , near intersection of Hwy.69 North & Hwy.7 Turn right at this intersection onto hwy.7 , go about 1/4 mile , turn right at sign ( New Prospect Cemetery Road )....road leading to cemetery will be by New Prospect Baptist Church.

New Salem Cemetery (Houston County) Located northwest of Latexo, off CR 2120, on US 287/SH 19 in Latexo, at the blinking light, turn west onto Old Latexo Raod beside the Methodist Church and travel ½ mile to a “Y” , take the left fork to cross the railroad tracts where the road becomes CR 2124; after 2 miles at a “T” turn right onto CR 2120, travel 2.8 miles, crossing Little Elkhart Creek just before arriving at the location of cemetery.

New Wesley Chapel Cemetery (Houston County) Take US 287/SH 19 north to Latexo. Turn on CR 299 about 1.4 miles west to CR 2115, to CR 2130 for 0.2 mile. New Wesley Chapel is about 50 ft. on north side of road. Or go to Wesley Chapel Cemetery and turn right at the Wesley Chapel Cemetery sign and go 300-400 yards from FM 229.

New Zion Cemetery (Trinity County) Located in Trinity County, on SH 19 south of Lovelady. Many Houston County citizens are buried here.

Nigton Cemetery (Black) (Trinity County)


Nora Dora Family Cemetery ( Black) (Trinity County) To reach the Nora Dorn Family Cemetery, start from the signal light at Main & Robb (Hwy 19) Streets in Trinity, TX, travel west on Main Street 1.1 miles to Lakefield Street. Turn south & continue 0.03 mile to the cemetery, which adjoins the Trinity Community Cemetery at its southeastern property line.


North Creek Cemetery (Leon County)

Nugent Cemetery (Leon County)


Oakland Cemetery (Cherokee County) Oakland Cemetery is located next to the Oakland Missionary Baptist Church in the Oakland Community. From the Square in Rusk go west on Hwy. 84 4.2 miles to FM 347. Turn Rt. on FM 347 and go .3 miles to the Oakland Church sign and turn Lt. The cemetery is back from the road.


Oakwood Cemetery (Walker County)


Oakwood Cemeery (Leon County)


Oakwood – Adickes Cemetery (Walker County)


Oden Cemetery (Leon County)

Odom Farm Plot (Cherokee County) Odom Farm plot is located on the old T.H. Odom farm, between Mt. Comfort and Union Grove. There are only two markers.

Old Alabama Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Alabama-Jacob Allbright-Chandler) see Alabama Cemetery (Houston County).

Old Baptist Cemetery (Cherokee County) The Old Baptist cemetery is located just southwest of the site of the old town of Larissa.  Heading west from Mt. Selman, Texas, on FM 855, turn left on CR 3405.  Go about 1/4 mile and turn right on CR 3411.  Go about 200 yards and turn left on CR 3435.  Go about 100 yards and turn left again on CR 3436.  CR 3436 goes across a small creek and curves right up a hill and comes to a dead end at a metal pasture gate.  Inside the gate there is a cleared field with a section of woods bulging into it from the right (west) side.  The cemetery is in that bulging section of woods.


Old Bethel Cemetery (Grimes County) Old Bethel Cemetery is located in Grimes County. It is reached, however, by going down FM 1372 in Madison County to Bethel Cemetery Rd.   Right-of-way has been obtained and the road now leads directly to the cemetery.


Old Brown Cemetery (Houston County) Located about 17 miles east of Crockett in Hickory Creek Community. From SH 7 between Berea and Kennard, go approx. 5.1 miles north on FM 1733. Turn left onto CR 1105 and go 2.7 miles west on CR 1105. The cemetery is pprox. 1 mile south-southeast of road on Private Property. Abandoned.
GPS 312341499N 951725291W

Old Cedar Branch Cemetery (Houston County) From Grapeland, take FM 227 west for 8 miles to a “Y”. Take the right fork after pavement ends, continue on dirt road through a sharp curve to the left Cross a cattle guard. When the road forks left under a hill, the cemetery is just ahead. Cemetery is not visible from the road. Dates from about 1856 to present.
GPS 312646175N 954214024W


Old Cunningham Cemetery (Cherokee County) Old Cunningham cemetery is located 5 miles west of Lakeview on FM road to Corine, on the J.D. Bearden farm.


Old Dailey – Daleys Family Cemetery (Houston County) Take US 187 north to Grapeland, take FM 227, then 6.7 miles west, veer to the right on FM 2544 for 2 miles, turn left on CR225 and go 0.5 mile and the cemetery is on the left.
GPS 312847728N 953916488W

Old Foster Cemetery (Houston County) see Flat Prairie Cemetery (Houston County)


Old Hickman Place Cemetery (Trinity County) This cemetery is on private property. Two-tenths of a mile from Hickman Cemetery, around a curve to the right, in the woods are two graves.


Old Home Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Wilcox Cemetery (Houston County) Located northeast on SH 21 miles from Crockett between Belott and Weches. From intersection of SH 21 and FM 227 est, go 2.2 miles south on SH 21. Cemetery is on left (east) side of road (or right if coming from Crockett) Bradley/Wilcox Family Graves.
GPS 312932155N 951627782W

Old Larissa Cemetery (Cherokee County) The Old Larissa cemetery is located just southwest of the site of the old town of Larissa.  Heading west from Mt. Selman, Texas, on FM 855, turn left on CR 3405.  Go about 1/4 mile and turn right on CR 3411.  Go about 300 yards or just past CR 3435.  The cemetery is on the left on a hillside, through a metal cattle gate.  The oldest part of the cemetery is enclosed in a rectangular chain-link fence and contains graves of some early white settlers.  To the East and south of this fenced area, mostly in the woods and undergrowth are graves of both white people and people of African-American descent.  To the north and west of the fenced area are the graves of people of African-American descent only.  There are undoubtedly markers in the south and east wooded area that we did not find.  Clearing of the area there would most likely yield more information. 

Old Lansford Cemetery see Elisha Clapp Cemetery (Houston County)

Old Latexo Cemetery (Houston County) Los cemetery, still shows on county maps. Northwest of Latexo on John A. Goolsby Survey (A451). From US 287 in Latexo at the blinking light, turn west onto Old Latexo Road, beside the Methodist Church and travel 0.5 mile through a bend to a Y; take the left fork to cross the RR tracks, where the road becomes CR 2124 after 0.2 mile at a T, turn right onto CR 2120. Travel to CR 2155 the last road before Little Elkhart Creek. Site of Old Truevine Independent Baptist Church is at intersection, cemetery is about 0.5 mile to the northwest.

Old Lynch Cemetery (Houston County) Located 1 mile west of Arbor on FM 232, now within private property. From Berea, go 3.4 miles south on FM 232. Turn right (west) at wagon wheel gate and go approx. 0.6 mile north. Cemetery is to the left on pasture hilltop, near jogging camp.
GPS 311755579N 951836541W

Old McCann Cemetery (Houston County) Located on CR 2140. Take FM 229 northwest from Crockett and go 6.9 miles northwest. Go right on CR 2140 and go 2.0 miles north. At the end of the county road, turn left and go approx. 0.2 mile west on private community road. The cemetery is on banks of Houston County Lake.
GPS 312429825N 953447002W

Old Meriwether Cemetery (Houston County) On Private Property. Take FM 227 west of Grapeland to FM 2544. Thn left onto CR 2205. About 0.5 mile down you will see a rusted cemetery sign on the left. Road is cut out on the earth. Banks very high on both sides.
GPS 312545076N 953703892W

Old Mississippi Cemetery (Houston County) Located about 3 miles from Austonio on SH 21 going to Crockett. Private. In Mustang Prairie area.

Old - New Hope Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Old Kennard Community cemetery) This cemetery was demolished by unknown someone. They buried all the old markers. Because of fear, the locals did not report this (HATE CRIME) Incident until the time had expired for low enforcement. To handle.


Old Palestine Cemetery (Cherokee County)


Old Patton Cemetery (Houston County) see Robert S. Patton Cemetery (Houston County)


Old Piney Grove Cemetery (Cherokee County) Old Piney Grove cemetery is located about 1 mile SW of Piney Grove cemetery. This is a very old cemetery.


Old Plantation Cemetery (Houston County) TexGenWeb information. No other information in local office of Houston County Historical Commission.

Old Railroad Street Graves (Trinity County)

Old Randolph Cemetery (Houston County) Located on Private Property about 12 miles est of Crockett on the Randolph Community. Unmarked graves.

Old Reed Cemetery (Houston County) Located 5 miles south of Lovelady on FM 230 on private property at Neville’s Prairie. From SH 19 in Lovelady, go 5.1 miles west on FM 230. Turn left at CR 3610 and go 1.0 mile south. Cemetery is located in wooded area on right (east) side of road where road bends sharply to the left. One Marker.
GPS 310437471N 953045314W

Old Renfro Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: southeast Angelina county.From Lufkin Take Farm Road 58 to the intersection with Farm Road 1818. Turn left, proceed one-fourth mile, turn right on Grimes Cemetery road, proceed one and seven tenths miles. A locked chain gate on left is the entrance to Tower Hunting Club(private). Follow this road about three-quarters to one mile straight to cemetery on left.

Old Rock Cemetery (Madison County) From the intersection of FM 39 N and FM 1452 W go west to Blagraves Rd. Turn left on Blagraves and go south .85 miles to B. G. Pierce Rd. (In bygone years, this road was known as Old Rock Cemetery Rd.) Turn right on B. G. Pierce Rd. and go west .30 miles.The cemetery is to the right about 100 feet off the road in the trees. You cannot see the cemetery from the road. Rocks and tombstones are scattered all around in the woods. There are a lot of field stones with markings on them, but you cannot read them. A lot of the listings below were very hard to read, but I tried not to guess at what was there, although I had to guess some. We found three concrete markers, the rest were field stones. There are dozens and dozens of stones that do not have anything on them. The cemetery was fenced at one time but is not now. This cemetery will be lost as soon as someone buys theproperty and wants to clear the woods.

Old Rock Hill Cemetery (Cherokee County) Old Rock Hill cemetery is located in the Reese community near Jackson­ville, Texas.  It is on the east side of County Road 3410 to the north of US Hwy 175.  It is located on private property owned by the Mrs. Ollie Handley family, and is extremely overgrown and covered with brush and fallen trees.  Headstones are scattered throughout the cemetery with no distinguishable rows, so in this listing all are listed as row A.  There are many unmarked graves and empty spaces which probably contain graves.  This cemetery, used by people of African-American descent, has marked burials as early as 1883 and as late as 1934.  It is no longer in use as current burials are in the new Rock Hill cemetery, also located in Reese.

Old Shady Grove Cemetery (Houston County) Located about 11 miles east of FM 232, within private property. There is no access road, nor sign identifying the cemetery. Two acres of land were deeded on August 28, 1886 by W. F. Bayne to W. B. all, County Judge “for the purpose of the grounds for the graveyard and school house.” This cemetery was known in the beginning as Satterwhite Cemetery. Contact person: Nava Stensohn, who may he contacted at 936-544-7299 for permission to enter the cemetery.
GPS 311513414N 951727328W

Old Tyer Cemetery (Houston County) Located just past Davis Cemetery on FM 227 east about 3 miles from Grapeland.

Old Union Cemetery (Lufkin) (Angelina County)

Old Union Cemetery (Leon County)

Old Walling Cemetery (Houston County) Located west of Grapeland off of FM 227 at Daly Road. Small family cemetery.

Old Zion Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Zion, Old, Old Zion, McCelvey Cemetery) Located north of Kennard. Take SH 7 to FM 227. Go left at Tadmor. Go left on CR 1135. Go left again on CR 1140. The cemetery is on the right.

Otis, Israel, Family Burial Plot (Black) (Trinity County) This cemetery is on private property, To reach this Trinity, TX cemetery, starting from the signal light at Main & Robb Streets, travel west on Main Street 1.1 mile to Lakefield Street.  Turn east & continue .3 mile to Fairdale Street.  turn east & continue less that .1 mile to South Roach Street.  Turn south & less than one-half block to the residence of Israel Otis. 

Overshown – Edens Cemetery (Houston County) Located in the Liberty Hill area. Two infant graves.

Oxford Cemetery (Madison County) Located halfway between the Cottonwood community and North Zulch on
Highway 21 west of Madisonville, 8150 Highway 21 W.

Ozias Cemetery (Angelina County) Location : east of US Hwy.69 between the towns of Huntington and Zavalla on Popper Creek. On US Hwy.69 go left on Angelina County Rd.# 3171,turn right on road in front of church (across from it),cemetery will be on the left,down a hunting club road about 50 yards.


Page Cemetery (Angelina County) Location :(basicly in the middle of nowhere),go south on Hwy.69, past Huntington, turn right on FM.Rd.844,right on Co.Rd.363,right on Co.363B,right on 363C, is at the end of road before entering hunting club.

Palmer Family (Walker County)
Park Cemetery (Madison County) Located 1/2 mile off of Highway 75 South at 1336 Spur 104, about 4 1/2 miles south of Madisonville.

Parker Cemetery (Grapeland area) (Houston County) Located north from Grapeland on FM 1272. Take CR 2305. Cemetery is on left after sharp right bend. Contact Information: Mr. Wayne Collins, 1123 CR 2305, Grapeland, Texas 75844, 936-687-2282. Dated from 1860’s to present – very active.

Parker Cemetery (Jones Schoolhouse) (Houston County) Located in Jones School community, north of Crockett about 9 miles on FM 202. Take CR 1545 after first sharp bend to right. Well marked.
GPS 312600680N 952151393W

Parker Cemetery (Leon County)


Parker Ridge Cemetery (Black) (Trinity County) In Groveton, Texas, on US 289 east, take FM Road 2912 to the end of the pavement and continue less than a mile to the cemetery located on the right.


Parks Cemetery at Sardis (Cherokee County) Located on FM 1857, in the feed lot of the Transier Dairy Farm, about 4 ½ miles sw of Rusk.

Parrish Cemetery (Leon County)


Parks Cemetery at Wells (Cherokee County) Parks Cemetery is located near Wells. From Wells, turn northeast on 6th St. Go five miles and cemetery is on the right just after a hard right curve. 6th St. becomes County Road 2631.


Parrish Cemetery (Leon County)

Patterson Plot (Trinity County) Cemetery is on private property. Five miles south of Trinity, TX, on State Highway 19 on the right side of the road go through gate. The plot was located in a grove of cedar trees. The Patterson family plot was located in a grove of cedar trees. Rebecca Whitson made the list for her class taught by Mrs. Jack Schuder of Riverside, Texas.

Patton Family Cemetery (Houston County) Located in a private pasture east of FM 1733. On FM 2663, 2 miles east of Latexo. From Grapeland, take FM 2022 west to FM 2663 about 1 mile. Adjacent to pasture and rural residence.
GPS 3123354933N 95254812933W

Patton, Lester Family Cemetery see Lester Patton Family Cemetery (Houston County)

Patton, Robert S. Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Patton and Old Patton) see Old Patton Cemetery (Houston County)

Pennington Cemetery (Black) (Trinity County) Located 4 miles est of Pennington on FM 358 off of US 287.

Pennington Cemetery (White) (Trinity County) Located 4 miles est of Pennington on FM 358 off of US 287.

Pennington Family Cemetery (Houston County) Located 7 ½ miles west of Grapeland on FM 227 near CR 2245.
GPS 312754247N 953512115W

Percilla Evergreen Cemetery (Houston County) In this material it is referred to as Evergreen Percilla. (There are three Evergreen cemeteries in Houston County). Located northeast of Grapeland on FM 228. Go left on FM 2022. Cemetery on left. Dated from about 1880’s to present – very active.

Perry Cemetery (Glandale Area) (Trinity County) This lost cemetery is located not far from the old Lister Place on Old House Branch, which runs into Caney Creek. Cemetery was not located since 1977.

Perry – Beasley Cemetery (Apple Springs area) (Trinity County) This cemetery is on private land. The cemetery is located seven miles north of Apple Springs, TX, off of Farm to Market Road 2051. Earlier this cemetery was listed as Beasley, because ‘Old Man Beasley’ lived near there. In the 1980 Trinity County Cemeteries, this cemetery is listed as Beasley, because "Old Man Beasley" lived near there.

Perry Family Cemetery (Walker County)

Pete Lahey Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located eight miles north of Madisonville between State Highway 75 and I-45 on Waldrip Lane. It is enclosed by a cyclone fence.

Petree Cemetery (Walker County)

Pierces Chapel Cemetery (Cherokee County) Pierce's Chapel cemetery is located to the South and West of Jacksonville,
Texas, On County Road 1904, just South of the Pierce's Chapel community on the right. It is a medium sized cemetery enclosed in a chain link fence. There are few trees left as it was in the path of the Nov 1987 tornado.  The entrance is on the south side. It is well maintained.

Pine Hill Cemetery or Native American Cemetery (Trinity County) This lost cemetery is probably on private property, located approximately three miles east of Groveton off of Hwy 94. This was near where the G. L. & N. Railroad crossed the highway. By tradition, area also called “Indian Burial Ground”.

Pine Prarie Cemetery (Walker County)

Pine Valley Cemetery (Walker County)


Piney Grove Cemetery (Cherokee County) Piney Grove Cemetery is located SW of Gallatin off of FM 768.


Pine Grove Cemetery (Angelina County) This Cemetery is located east of Diboll about 8 miles on FM1818. Cemetery is on the right at Pine Grove Church.

Pisgah Cemetery (Houston County) Located in far east Houston County down SH 7 east of Ratcliff in a pasture near Neches River. Located on Temple-Inland’s North Boggy Slough Hunting Club. From SH 7/FM 227 intersection in Ratcliff, go approx. 8.3 miles east on SH 7, turn right at gate and go approx. 0.75 mile south. At first fork, go left for approx. 0.137 mile. At second fork, go right for approx. 0.25 mile. At this point, the cemetery will be visible to the right (north) of road. Marked on map as Mr. Pisgah.
GPS 312222011N 950002845W

Riverside Cemetery (Walker County)

Plain Cemetery (Houston County) Located 4 miles north-northeast of Ratcliff off FM 337.

Plainview Cemetery (Cherokee County) (Black) Surveyed in October of 2001. This African American cemetery is located near the intersection of Hwy 110 and Hwy 204, in the community of Ponta. According to the caretaker, Homer Johnson, the McKinnies in Row 8 are the only Caucasians buried here. From the intersection, go .2 mi east on Hwy 204; north on FM 2274 for .1 mi; east on CR 4401 approx .2 mi.on the north side of the road. Some sections of this cemetery are quite overgrown and has many unmarked graves and broken stones; especially on the older side (west).

Plainview Cemetery (Madison County) Located 4 miles south of Normangee down FM 39 to FM 1452, west on FM 1452 for 3 1/2 miles. The cemetery is on the north side of the road, 16124 FM 1452 W.

Pleasant Grove Cemetery (Houston County) Located just south of Berea in the Arbor Community. Go east of Crockett on SH 7 through Berea. Just past the Stanton Cemetery on the left, take FM 232 south. Cemetery is ½ mile on you left.

Pleasant Grove Cemetery #1 (Houston County) From Crockett, go 9 miles east on SH 7, turn right on FM 232, a hard top road, about 1 mile, the cemetery is on the left of road.
GPS 31194886381N 95181076242W

Pleasant Grove Cemetery (Cherokee County) Pleasant Grove cemetery is located about one mile west of Maydelle, Texas, just to the north of U.S. highway 84 on county road 1804.  It is a large, well maintained cemetery alongside the Pleasant Grove Baptist Church.  The cemetery is in two parts, the newer of which is on the west side of county road 1804.  The older part, L shaped, is on the east side of county road 1804 along with the Church. 

Pleasant Grove Cemetery (Leon County)

Pleasant Hill Cemetery) (Houston County) Road sign 12 miles east of Crockett on SH 32 points direction to one-time thriving community of Germany. Half mile down the road another sign directs turn and further half mile the New Pleasant Hill Church appears. The cemetery, atop the hill at left of Chruch, is believed to have been started during the 1860’s. Dates from about 1889 to present.
GPS 31262637562N 95210615502W

Pleasant Hill Cemetery (Trinity County) see Bennett Cemetery (Trinity County)

Pleasant Hill Cemetery (Cherokee County) The Pleasant Hill cemetery is located Southwest of Bullard, Texas, on the east side of FM 2137 just before its junction with FM 855.  Enclosed in a hurricane fence, this small cemetery is well main­tained and easily accessed.  Marked burials began in the mid 1850's making it one of the older cemeteries in this area.  Current burials seem to be rare with the last occurring in 1989. 

Pleasant Holly Cemetery (Cherokee County)

Pleasant Plains Cemetery (Cherokee County) Pleasant Plains Cemetery is located NE of  HWY 79, turn north on 110 and west on 4227.  The cemetery will be 1.3 miles on your left.

Pleasant Ridge Cemetery (Leon County)

Pleasant View Cemetery (Cherokee County) The Pleasant View cemetery is located on the East side of County Road 3104, which runs to the west of FM 347 just south of the loop of Jacksonville, Texas.  It includes burials that are exclusively of people of African-American descent.  Surrounded by pasture and woods it is non the less easily accessed.  Full of weeds and fallen trees and brush but appears to have been mowed occasional­ly.  The graves are not in identifiable rows but scattered through­out with many un­marked graves and empty space.  All entries were given the row designa­tor of A.  Marked burials began in 1907. 

Pleasant View/Emporia Cemetery (Angelina County) LOCATION:on south end of Diboll,Tx. off Parker St., behind O'Kay Food Store.

Poland Cemetery (Angelina County) Directions: Take Highway 69 to Zavalla, Texas. At the red light, turn
onto the Zavalla Cemetery Road (road NOT Highway 63). Go about one mile and turn left onto Sandy Creek Road. Then go about two miles and the Poland Cemetery will be on the left up on a hill. There is no sign.

Pollard Cemetery (Houston County) Private graves south of Lovelady off of SH 19 on property owned by a paper company. Very hard to find.

Pollock Cemetery (Angelina County)

Porter Springs Cemetery (Houston County) (aka White Cemetery) (Houston County) Take SH 7 west to FM 132 to Porter Springs. Take CR 3075 north (right). Porter Springs Cemetery on right. Dated from about 1874 to present – very active.
GPS 31164235238N 95373385612W

Poskey Cemetery (Angelina County) This cemetery located in Angelina County can be accessed by going out HWY.103W and turning right on FM.Rd.2021, proceeding for approx.2 miles turn left on the Old Homer-Alto Road. As you travel down it you will come to a sign saying "Poskey

Post Oak Cemetery (Houston County) Located south of Augusta. Take FM 227 to Augusta and take CR 1675 south. Cemetery about 1 mile on left.
GPS 313122978N 952018527W

Prairie Point Cemetery see Speer Cemetery (Houston County)

Pruitt Cemetery (Leon County)

Prairie Grove Cemetery (Angelina County) Location is east of Diboll on Fm Rd. 1818 behind Prairie Grove Church,4.6 miles out turn right on Prairie Grove Rd.

Price Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located on the Forrest Ranch on State Highway 247 South, till you get to Harper Lane, turn left on Harper this will dead end, and the cemetery is in the pasture. This is private land.


Providence Cemetery (Cherokee County) Providence Cemetery is located about 5 miles south of Jacksonville, Texas, on FM 347 just out of Dialville. When Mr. Mid Deason died, Mrs. Deason wanted him buried on the knoll under the trees. She wanted him buried where each time she walked out on her porch she could see his grave. She stood on her porch, and when the men got to the right place, she waved her bonnet at them and there they dug the grave.
Puntch Cemetery (Houston County)

Ragsdale Cemetery (Cherokee County) The Ragsdale cemetery is located just north of US Hwy 79 about 1 mile from Jacksonville, Texas.  Turn north on CR 3304 from US 79 across the railroad track and the cemetery is on the right.  It is fenced and well maintained.  The cemetery has been used by African-American families since the early 1880's and continues to the present.  There are many unmarked graves and empty spaces which may contain graves.  The earliest marked grave is that of Walter Jones who was buried in 1881. 

Ramsey Cemetery (Houston County) see Mount Moriah Cemetery (Houston County)

Randolph Cemetery (Houston County) see Old Randolph Cemetery (Houston County)

Randolph Cemetery (Madison County) Located east of Normangee, 2 1/2 miles on OSR to Dawkins Rd. (CR 321) and two miles south on Dawkins Rd., 5577 Dawkins Rd.


Randolph Cemetery (Trinity County) This cemetery is located on private land. The abandoned Randolph Cemetery is located near Nigton, Texas. From Apple Springs, Texas, take Farm to Market road 357 to the cemetery, which is located on private property. The Randolphs were grandparents of the C. H. Crow family. According to Mrs. Elaine Lockhart in 1992, two of Mrs. Randolph’s slaves are buried in this cemetery.


Rayburn Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located 10 miles southeast of Madisonville. Take State Highway 21 east, turn right on FM 1428, go approximately 4.5 miles, turn left at Turner Lane. This cemetery is on private property.

Red Branch Cemetery (Trinity County) see White Rock Cemetery (Trinity County)

Reed Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Sunshine Cemetery) (Houston County) Located 5 miles south of Lovelady on FM 230 on private property at Neville’s Prairie. From SH 19 in Loveldy go 5.1 miles west on FM 230. Turn left at CR 3610 and go 1 mile south. Turn right at CR 3625 and go 0.4 mile northwest. Cemetery is located in wooded area on right (east) side of road where road bends sharply to the left. One Marker

Reese Cemetery (Cherokee County) Reese cemetery is located in the Reese community near Jackson­ville, Texas.  It is on the south side of US Hwy 175.  It is very well maintained and is easily accessed.  With marked burials that began in 1919, it is not one of the earliest cemeteries in this area, but is still in use at this time.  Rows are well defined and contain very little empty spaces or unmarked graves, so the standard row designations apply to this listing.  Row A begins on the East end of the cemetery and starts from South to North. 

Refuge Cemetery (Houston County) Located 5 miles east of Grapeland on FM 227 to CR 1870 about ½ mile. Contact information: Misty Brown, Ft. #4 Box 200, Grapeland, Texas 75844. Dated from about 1889 to present very active.

Renfro Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: Southern Angelina County ,off FM.RD.1818 onto Co.Rd.267,
will be on the right side of road "about" 1/2 mile down it.

Renfro Cemetery (Cherokee County)
Resthaven Cemetery (Cherokee County) Resthaven cemetery is located on Pineda street in Jacksonville, Texas. From North Bolton turn onto Kickapoo and go .6 miles, turn right on Pineda and the cemetery will be on your left .2 miles. It is a beautiful cemetery with a circle drive.
Reynard Cemetery (Houston County) see Beazley Family Cemetery (Houston County)

Reynolds Cemetery (Cherokee County) The Reynolds cemetery is located west of Jacksonville, Texas on the Sid Dudley farm at Ironton.  It is on private property and is really overgrown.  Go west from Jackson­ville on US 79 and turn right on CR 3210 then almost immediately turn right again on CR 3214 and cross a railroad track.  Turn left just past the railroad on CR 3212.  The Dudley home place is on the right about 100 yards down CR 3212, past the house about 200 yards and on the right side is a gate made of steel pipe and painted orange.  Inside the gate there are several old logging road tracks but unless in a pickup, you should walk in.  The cemetery is on the left hand track about 100 yards north.  On the left of that track look for huge old cedar trees which were probably planted when the cemetery started.  The oldest marked grave is 1868. 

Reynolds Cemetery (Houston County) Located off of FM 230 north of Weldon. Take CR 3151, approx. 2.1 miles south. Turn right on dirt lane that runs next to ranch.
GPS 310710040N 953213747N

Rice Cemetery (Houston County) Located northeast of Crockett on SH 21. About 3 miles you will see the Historic Stage Coach (moved to Palestine) on the left which has a historical marker. Cemetery is across the highway on your right, seet off a little from the road. Dated from about 1866 to present – rarely used.
GPS 313104N 953107W

Rice Cemetery (Trinity County) Take Farm to Market road 2501 in Apple Springs, TX. Turn left at La Dells Shore & continue about three & one-half miles. Look for a dirt road on the right, after you pass a small pond on the left. Rice Cemetery will be found about 100 yards in the woods from the road.

Richardson Cemetery (Leon County)

Richardson – Griggs (Houston County) Unmarked graves on private land. Information given by Frate Rainbolt. In Enoch Richardson Survey marked with rock markers. From SH 7 just east of Kennard, go 4.7 miles south on CR 4700. Turn right at driveway that is lined with Crape Myrtles on eastside and go approx. 0.1 mile south to House. From house walk approx. 904 ft. due west following tree line to small pond. Cross the dam and then walk north along edge of pond. About 18 graves spaces.
GPS 312040338N 950551418W

Rich Bell Plot (Trinity County) This ex-plot is on private property. About 4 ¾ miles south of Trinity on SH 19, on the right hand side. Reinterned at the Huntsville Cemetery, Walker County, Texas. This information from Douglas Bell.

Roach Cemetery (Cherokee County) Roach Cemetery is located south of Maydelle on a paved road, and south of old Java. 

Robbins Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located on a high hill directly north of the junction
of State Highway 21 and FM 2548

Robert S. Patton Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Old Patton Cemetery) (Houston County) Located 4 miles north of Ratcliff on FM 227 on east side of road on top of a little hill. Enclised with iron fence but completely covered with trees and vines (1987)

Rock Hill Cemetery (Cherokee County) Rock Hill cemetery is located in the Reese community near Jackson­ville, Texas.  It is on the north side of US Hwy 175, directly across from the Reese cemetery.  It is very well maintained and is easily accessed.  With marked burials that began in 1902 it is still in use at this time.  This cemetery is used by people of African-American descent, and is associated with the Rock Hill Baptist Church which was organized in 1897.  Most rows are well defined but some contain empty spaces or unmarked graves. The standard row designa­tions apply to this listing, but several of the rows would be best called strips as 2 or 3 sparse rows are included in them.  Row A begins on the East end of the cemetery and starts from South to North. 

Rockland - West Cemetery (Black) (Houston County) Located about 8 miles south of Crockett on SH 19 or about 5 miles north of Lovelady. Clearly marked from highway at CR 4035. Before you walk in the front gate of Rockland, go to your right around the fence. These graves are outside the fenced area in a less well kept area.
GPS 31115363439N 95280309283W

Rockland Cemetery (White) (Houston County) Located about 8 miles south of Crockett on SH 19 or about 5 miles north of Lovelady. Clearly marked from highway at CR 4035
GPS 31115363439N 95280309283W

Rock Prairie Cemetery (Madison County) Located one mile north of Oxford Cemetery which is at the corner of Hwy. 21 West and Oxford Cemetery Rd., west of the City of Madisonville. Rock Prairie Cemetery is at 9065 Oxford Cemetery Rd.

Rocky Mount Cemetery (Houston County) From Latexo area take FM 229 south, turn on CR 2030 for 4.5 miles to bend in road, cemetery along west side of road. Or take FM 2076 to CR 2030 for 0.2 mile.
GPS 31194350910N 95300781269W

Rocky Spring Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Sheridan #2 Cemetery) (Houston County) Take FM 227 west of Grapeland and travel about 2.5 miles, turning right onto dirt road known as Pridgen-Sheridan Road and driving some 4 miles more. Within private property.


Rocky Springs Cemetery (Cherokee County) Rocky Springs Cemetery is located .5 miles west of Dialville on FM 1910.
Rogers Cemetery (Leon County)

Rogers Family Cemetery (Leon County)

Rogers Prairie Cemetery (Leon County)

Roland Sneed Dodson Cemetery (Houston County) From Latexo area take FM 229 south, turn on CR 2030 for 4.5 miles to bend in road, cemetery along west side of road. At this point, the cemetery is located approx. 106 ft. north (left) off road.


Rowe Cemetery (Cherokee County) Rowe cemetery is located on CR 1522 off of FM 768, near Gallatin. This cemetery was surveyed and photographed on July 13, 2007 by Kaye Slover.


Roy Smith Cemetery (Trinity County) Grave is on private property. To get to the Roy Smith grave from Apple Springs to Northeast on SH 94 4.5 miles to 20348 SH 94 on Southeast side. Grave is 50 yards off road on South side of private drive.


Rude Cemetery (Cherokee County) Rude is located in the Craft Community. To get there you take Hwy. 69 S out of Jacksonville. Turn rt. on FM 1616 and go .2 mi. At the T in the road turn lt. Go about .7 mile. The cemetery is on the left enclosed in a chain link fence.  It is surrounded by pasture and woods but is easily accessed.  Full of weeds but appears to have been mowed occasionally.  The oldest marked burial is that of E.D. Ross, wife of G.W. Ross Jul-14-1867. 


Runnels Cemetery (Angelina County) A relocated Cemetery) (Angelina County) The Old Runnels Cemetery once located in Angelina County was one of several that was relocated due to the building of the Sam Rayburn Dam and Lake by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in the years of 1959-1960. This cemetery is now located in San Augustine County and is often called the New Runnels Cemetery.

Rusk State Hospital Cemetery (Cherokee County)

Russell Cemetery (Cherokee County) This Russell Cemetery is located approximately four miles south of Rusk, Texas on FM 23.

Russell Cemetery (Leon County)


Russell, E. L. Cemetery (Cherokee County) E. L. Russell Cemetery is located on CR 2212. To get there Start at intersect of Loop 343 & FM 23 S. of Rusk. Go .6 miles to FM 1857 then go 2.5 miles to CR 2212.


Rusty D’Rancho Cemetery (Houston County) New as of 2008. Just a little ways past the English Cemetery.

Ryan Chapel Cemetery (Angelina County)

Sadler Cemetery (Houston County) Near Grapeland. No other information at this time (2008)

Saint Charles Cemetery (Leon County)

Saint Joseph Elmina Cemetery (Walker County)


St. Thomas Chapel Cemetery (Cherokee County) (Black) St. Thomas Chapel Cemetery is located 4 miles SW of Alto, Texas on CR 2905 just of SH 21.


Salem Cemetery (Cherokee County) Salem Cemetery is located approximately 3½ miles south of Rusk, Texas on FM 241. This cemetery was once called Cook Cemetery.


Salem Cemetery (Houston County) Located south of Lovelady on FM 230 (north of Weldon). Just after FM 3151 from Lovelady you will see a sign for the cemetery on the right. Contact information: Melba Jiraseik, 1370 CR 3401, Lovelady, Texas 75851. 936-636-7590
GPS 31045823422N 95322100041W

Salmon, Joseph Gravesite see Joseph Salmon Gravesite (Houston County)

Samuel Snell Graves (Houston County) Three graves north of Lovelady on Old Pine Grove Road. Go north of Lovelady on SH 19 north take Athletic Road just south of school football field. Go 2.1 miles to abandoned house, gate, just before sharp bend in road. Site 470 ft. northeast of gate, just before sharp bend in road.
GPS 31091792433N 95250244974W

Sand Flats Cemetery (Angelina County)

Sanches Cemetery (Leon County)

Sandhill Cemetery (Leon County)

San Pedro – Lockout Cemetery (Houston County) Located 11 miles north of Crockett on FM 2423, then 50 ft. west on FM 2022. About 1 ile from Jones Schoolhouse of FM 2022 out of Crockett.

Sand Prairie Cemetery (Madison County) Located one half mile south of Normangee, 5203 Springfield Rd.

Sander’s Family Plot (Cherokee County) Sanders Family Plot is located about ¼ mile from Henry's Chapel Cemetery on the Gray Farm.


Sardis Cemeetery (Cherokee County) Sardis Cemetery is located southwest of Rusk. Take FM 1857 and go about 8 miles. Turn right on CR 2218. The cemetery is on the right about .2 of a mile.


Sardis Cemetery (Leon County)

Saron Cemetery (Trinity County) From Groveton, Texas, take State Highway 94 west to the Saron Cemetery sign and turn left.  At the first road fork, bear left on an unpaved road one-half mile to the cemetery on the right.  Saron is a beautiful rural cemetery on a low hill surrounded by a lush pine forest.

Satterwhite Cemetery (Houston County) see Old Shady Grove Cemetery (Houston County)

Scrub Creek Cemetery (Trinity County) see McBride Cemetery (Trinity County)

Seale Place Cemetery (Leon County)

Selman Roark Cemetery (Cherokee County) Selman-Roark Cemetery is locate on Highway 21, in the Linwood Community, east of Alto, Texas


Shady Grove Cemetery (Cherokee County) Shady Grove Cemetery is located east of Rusk, Texas, north on Highway 84, near Shady Grove Community. Off of Hwy 84 turn N on CR 1316 approx. 2 miles cemetery is on the left at the site of the of old abandoned church.


Shady Grove Cemetery (Houston County) Located southeast of Crockett on SH 287 about 9 miles. Cemetery is on the left at FM 232 and visible from the highway. Church on adjoining property. Contact information: Bobby Hidges at 936-544-7223 or dummewsie@aol.com

Shaw Cemetery (Houston County) Located southwest of Lovelady in Prairie Point. Take FM 230 south to CR 3620. Follow it until it veers to the right. Stay right. Cemetery is on the right.
GPS 310406271N 952907356W

Shawnee Creek/Ben F. Walker Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: going HWY.69 south of Huntington approx.4 miles, turn right on FM.844, left on Co.Rd.#301,right on Co.Rd.#302.

Shepherd Cemetery (Houston County) Located west of Grapeland on FM 227. Turn right on Pridgen-Sheridan Road and go another 4 miles.

Sheriden Cemetery #3 (Houston County) see John Sheridan Grave (Houston County)


Shiloh Cemetery (Cherokee County) Shiloh Cemetery is located west of Alto, Texas. From the intersection of Hwy 69 & Hwy 21 go west on Hwy 21 & .3 miles to FM 294. Turn right on FM 294 & go .1 miles to FM 752. Turn right on FM 752 & go 2.6 miles.


Shiro – Red Top Cemetery (Walker County)

Shofner Cemetery (Angelina County)

Shoemake Family Cemetery (Houston County) From Crockett take SH 19/US287 north to Latexo, go 0.9 mile east on FM 2663. Turn right at CR 1805 and go 0.7 mile south. At sharp bend, turn left onto “Oleo Acres”. Cemetery is aprox. 650 ft. east of road.
GPS 312313198N 952715977W


Shooks Bluff Cemetery (Cherokee County) The Shooks Bluff Cemetery probably dates from before the Civil War.  The site of the town, now a ghost town and the cemetery are about a mile from the Neches River.  From Wells, go west on FM 1247 for 3.8 miles to the junction of FM 1819.  Turn right (north) on FM 1247 for 6/10 miles and turn left on a dirt road.  There is no road or cemetery sign.  Proceed west for 1.1 miles then turn right (north) on another dirt road and go 9/10 miles to the cemetery.


Sickenberger Cemetery (Cherokee County) Sickenburger cemetery is located about 1/4 mile north of the roadside Park, on HWY 69 S of Rusk. There isn't any markers but 6-10 graves that are marked with rocks. The usual "old" type flowers on graves.


Sides Graves (Cherokee County) They are located north of FM 747 about 2 miles northeast of Pierces Chapel.  They are in the area where an old road used to cut through to Ironton on US 79.  He stated that they were not marked in any way and could only be found by someone who had actually been there before.
 
Siloam Cemetery (Leon County)

Simon White Family Cemetery (Leon County) (aka White, Simon Family Cemetery (Leon County)

Simpson Cemetery (Angelina County) From Lufkin, Take Hwy 69 North to Hwy 7 West. Make a right onto Fm 1819. Go 4.8 miles to Simpson Road. The cemetery is located about 8/10 mile down on the right.


Simpson Cemetery (Cherokee County) The Simpson Cemetery is in the southern end of Cherokee County at the Angelina County line. From Wells, go west on FM 1247 to the cemetery sign which is near the Angelina County line sign. Turn east and go about a mile down a dirt road to the cemetery.

Sims Cemetery (Angelina County)

Sinclair-McGilberry Cemetery (Angelina County) This cemetery is now included,(along with several others, which will be listed seperately) in the area known as Concord Cemetery, located 5 miles SE of Zavalla, Tx. on Hwy.63.It was relocated in the 1959-1960 time span, when Lake Sam Rayburn was built by the US Corps. of Engineers.

Skains Chapel Cemetery (Trinity County) This cemetery is on private property. This cemetery is reached by taking State Highway 94 east from Trinity, TX. Cross White Rock Creek & turn right on Farm to Market Road 3188. Go about two miles to a paved road to private property on the right. The cemetery is on the left of this driveway.

Smith Cemetery at R (Cherokee County) Smith family cemetery is located in the Reese community near Jackson­ville, Texas.  It is on the west side of County Road 3411 to the north of US Hwy 175.  Go North on County Road 3416 from US Hwy 175.  Go about 2 miles and turn east on County Road 3414.  Go about 1/4 mile and turn north again on County Road 3411.  The cemetery will be on the left at about 1/2 mile.  It is located on private property and cannot be seen from the road very well as it is overgrown with briars and brush.  The large old cedar trees mark it.  Only two stones, both overturned and partly broken, can be found.  Mr. Travis Etheridge of Reese gave the names of three more which are known to be buried here but have no markers.  These are George Clark and Ella M Smith, husband and wife, and their grandson.  There are said to be possibly as many as 30-40 other early Smith related settlers buried here in unmarked graves. 

Smith Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Potter Farm (Houston County) and 7 – J Stock Farm) (Black) (Houston County)

Smith Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Potter Farm (Houston County) and 7 – J Stock Farm) (White) (Houston County)

Smith Cemetery (on Bass land) (Leon County)

Smith Cemetery #1 (Houston County) see Dickson-Hopewell Cemetery (Houston County)

Smith Cemetery #2 (Houston County) Located off of SH 7 between Crockett and Berea. Not accessible from the road. From FM 132/FM 2967 junction in Porter Springs, go 7.1 miles south on FM 132 to CR 3130 (Note: FM 132 becomes CR 3029). Continue 2.4 miles on CR 3120 west to intersection with CR 3130, go 0.6 mile north on CR 3130. At cattle guard, go 3.6 miles north-west on PR 7105. Follow private road north-west. After crossing substantial wooden bridge, the road will go up hill toward second barn complex. Cemetery is located on right shoulder of road in vicinity of lone post oak.
GPS 311615876N 954102492W

Smith, Dr. N. C. Smith (Houston County) Located 3 ½ miles west of Austonio, on SH 21 on the right. The Smith house stands about 300 yards north of SH 21 on th Old San Antonio Road. The cemetery is about 70 steps north of the house.

Smith Family Graves (Houston County) Located on the Smith Farm on the Trinity River near Reynard, west of Grapeland on FM 227. On private property.

Smith, John Cemetery (Trinity County) see John Smith Cemetery (Trinity County) This cemetery is on private property. To reach cemetery, start at the signal light at Main & Robb Streets in Trinity, TX, travel west on Main Street 0.6 mile to Lone Star Baptist Church, turn north into the church driveway to behind the church & less than 0.1 mile to the cemetery.  It borders on the east by Trinity Cedar Grove Cemetery and on the south by Lone Star's north boundary line.  The cemetery is behind the church. 

Smith, Major John Graves (Houston County) see Major John Smith Graves

Smith, Roy Cemetery (Trinity County) see Roy Smith Cemetery (Trinity County)

Smith-Unknown Cemetery (Angelina County)This cemetery is now included,(along with several others, which will be
listed seperately) in the area known as Concord Cemetery, located 5 miles SE of Zavalla, Tx. on Hwy.63.It was relocated in the 1959-1960 time span, when Lake Sam Rayburn was built by the US Corps. of Engineers.

Smryl Plot (Cherokee County) In May 1997 Bill Slider who lives in Pierces Chapel told me about a couple of graves that he remembers from his childhood that were said to be Smyrl family graves.  They are located to the east of Pierces chapel about a mile toward Gum Creek.  He remembers them as having been covered by bricks but not marked with any identification. The area is only accessible on foot through the woods.

Snell, Samuel Graves (Houston County) see Samuel Snell Graves (Houston County)

Social Grove Cemetery (Leon County)

Southside Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located one mile south of Midway on FM 247.

Speer Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Prairie Point Cemetery) Marked on map s Prairie Point. It is located southwest of Lovelady down FM 230. Take CR 3620 to CR 3630. Stay right. It is near the road, in a fenced area in a mowed field next to a house.
GPS 31-44158694N 95292043433W

Speir Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: on county line border of Angelina Co. & Jasper Co.,on shores of Lake Sam Rayburn, which were at one time eroding but have been shored up. This is in community known as Plum Ridge. There are no signs leading to it.

Spivey – White Cemetery (Walker County)

Stanton Cemetery (Houston County) Located about 7.7 miles east of Crockett on SH 7 on private owned land.
GPS 312000741N 953000423W

Staton Cemetery (Cherokee County) Located 3 miles east of Loop 456 in Jacksonville, TX., this cemetery is a private cemetery located on private property. Turn right at two brick pillars on private road to family cemetery; Designated Joe Staton Family Park (Information furnished by Linda Phillips of Jacksonville, TX. October 20, 2005)

Steed Cemetery (Houston County) Unknown burials on the property of Clois Steed. Located on th road to Ivie Cemetery.

Steven – Box Cemetery (Cherokee County) Located on FM 23 SW of Rusk about 11 miles. Located on the Joe Mosley Place in the Bulah Community

Stevens Cemetery (Leon County)

Stewart Family Cemetery (Walker County)


Still Waters Memorial Cemetery (Cherokee County) Still Waters Memorial Garden and Perpetual Care Cemetery is located on Loop 456 east. It is just off HWY 69 south.


Stowe, Joel W. Family Graves see Joel W. Stowe Family Graves (Houston County)

Strangers Rest/Frost Cemetery (Angelina County) Location :Traveling north on Timberland Dr. turn right on Paul Ave.,proceed to Lubbock St. going right ,past Hackney School, left on Knight St., cemetery is where Knight St. dead ends into Walter St.

Stubblefield Cemetery (Houston County) From Kennard take FM 2781 in southeastern Houston County. It developed around a school established in the 1880’s. Local resident Wyatt Stubblefield, after whom the settlement was named, later donated land so that the school could be moved to a better site. By the mid-1930’s only a few widely scattered houses and a cemetery remained in the area.

Stubblefield, Gabe Gravesite (Houston County) see Gabe Stubblefield Gravesite (Houston County)

Sullivan, Sol Durham Cemetery (Houston County) see Kilgore Cemetery (Houston County)

Sumpter Cemetery (Trinity County) To get to the Sumpter Cemetery from Groveton, TX take US 287 East 4.6 miles. Cemetery entrance is on the left. Follow the road to the cemetery. The main cemetery has Afro-American buried, as well as a section for blacks following this listing.

Sumpter Cemetery (Black) (Trinity County) To get to the Sumpter Cemetery from Groveton, TX take US 287 East 4.6 miles. Cemetery entrance is on the left. Follow the road to the cemetery. The main cemetery has Afro-American buried, as well as a section for blacks following this listing.

Sunshine Cemetery (Houston County) see Reed Cemetery (Houston County)

Sweet Hope Cemetery (Houston County) Located about 3 ½ miles northwest of the Country Club road. A church and school were there until 1933, when a storm destroyed the school. The old Cooper house still sets across the road in the right just before you get to Latexo.

Sweet Union Cemetery (Cherokee County)

Sword Family Cemetery (Cherokee County)

Tadmore Community Cemetery (Houston County) see McKelvey Cemetery (Houston County)

Tanyard Cemetery (Madison County) Located north of OSR on FM 1119, about one mile south of Tanyard community
on the east side of the road, about one city block into a pasture amidst a small grove of trees, 18073 FM 1119. It is fenced.

Tarrant Cemetery (Cherokee County) The Tarrant cemetery is located on the North side of County Road 3704, about 3 miles North of Mt. Selman, Texas.  Take County Road 3701 to the North from Mt. Selman, then turn left onto County Road 3704.  The cemetery is surrounded by pasture and contains a huge old cedar tree and several large Oaks.  It is well main­tained and easily accessed. The entrance is on the South side of the cemetery and row designators start on the East end. 
 
Taylor Cemetery (Cherokee County) Taylor cemetery is located on FM 768 about 1.3 miles south of Hwy 22 & FM 768 intersection in Gallatin, TX.

Taylor Cemetery (Northwest of Long Hollow) (Leon County)

Taylor Cemetery (west of Normangee) (Leon County)

Taylor Cemetery (Trinity County) (aka Durdin’s Graveyard) (Trinity County) To go to Taylor Cemetery from Trinity, Texas take Farm to Market Road 356 east for five miles, turn right on to dirt road through a wooded drive for three-fourths of a mile and the cemetery is on the right of the road

Taylor Cemetery #2 (Houston County) Take FM 227 west from Grapeland and go approx. 7.5 miles then veer left on FM 2544 and travel approx. 4.5 miles to property on which cemetery is located.
GPS 312422540N 953820552W

Taylor Family Cemetery (Houston County) Located west of Grapeland on FM 227 about 7 miles. Left on FM 2544 about 4 miles south. Cemetery is quite a ways off the road. Permission must be obtained.
GPS 312419661N 953822347W

Taylor Plantation Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Taylor Cemetery #1) (Houston County) Located west of Grapeland take CR 2544 to end of pavement, ½ mile on left, second gate.

Taylor – Winters Cemetery (Walker County)


Tecula Cemetery (Cherokee County) This cemetery is located northeast of Hwy 69N out of Jacksonville, TX, on SH 135 about 5.4 miles, to FM 2064. Turn right on FM 2064 for .7 mile to the Tecula Cemetery sign and turn left. The cemetery is up the hill about .3 mile. This cemetery has a driveway a few feet into the center of the cemetery, from the west side. It has many uneven rows.


Teeter Family Burial Plot (Trinity County) This burial plot is on private property. On Farm to Market Road 357, two miles northeast of Nogalus Prairie store on the Joe Burton Farm, there are two graves. Reverend P. H. Teeter had his leg cut off in a railroad accident and died, according to Mrs. Joe Burton.

Temple Cemetery (Angelina County)Location is off Hwy.59 South of Diboll, Tx.

Ten Mile Cemetery (Madison County) Ten Mile Cemetery is located at 7546 FM 2289 - west on Highway 21 to
FM 978, right on FM 978 to FM 2289, right on FM 2289 to cemetery, next to the Ten Mile Church, approximately 11 miles from Madisonville

Terrell Cemetery (Cherokee County) Terrell Cemetery is located on the old Terrell Farm, approximately one mile east of the Linnwood Community, north of Highway 21. This was a nice size cemetery by sadly the other markers are missing.

Thoms Family Cemetery (Walker County)


Thomas Grave (Trinity County) Our deer hunters find some of our lost graves. This cemetery is on private land. Red Baker found this grave in about 1977. On the way to Dean Cemetery, across White Oak Creek, there was a grave on the right of the road on top of a hill with a rock bearing the inscription


Thomas Stanton Cemetery (Houston County) see Berea Cemetery (Houston County)

Thomas, Rev. Harry Family Burial Plot (Black) (Trinity County)

Thomason Cemetery (Leon County)

Thompson Family Cemetery (Houston County) Located 8 miles east of Crockett off SH 7. Private


Thompson Plot at Lake Palestine (Cherokee County) Thompson Family Plots are located on Lake Palestine  at 679 Crescent Street. From 69 N at Bullard turn on Main St. Main street becomes 344. Turn left on 346 in Teasville to Lakewood addition, turn left into the addition, turn left at the first street, then turn right on Crescent St.. It is at the first house on the Crescent St, in a fenced back yard at the home of Carl and Mary Slusher.


Thompson Plot at Lake Stricker (Cherokee County) The Thompson Plot is located on the old Thompson Farm, between Stryker Lake and Walker Chapel, on the south side of FM 235, at a sharp corner.

Thornton Church Cemetery (Trinity County) (aka New Prospect Baptist Church Cemeteery (Trinity County) To go to Thornton Church, from Groveton, TX take State Highway 94 west for about 11 miles, & turn to the right at the cemetery sign & Thornton Church Road. From Trinity, TX take State Highway 94 east for about 11 miles, turn left on Thornton Church Road & the cemetery sign.  Thornton Church is about two miles down the dirt road on the left.


Thornton Family Plot (Trinity County) This family plot is on private property. From Sebastopol to Groveton on Farm to market Road 355, the Thornton Family Plot is the first road to the left after passing the Chita Cemetery road


Threadgill Family Plot (Trinity County) This plot is on private property. Glendale-Holly Road west from SH 94 in Glendale 0.5 miles to Glendale Road. Right NW 1.1 miles on east side.


Tillman Cemetery (Cherokee County) Tillman cemetery is located to the South and West of Jacksonville, Texas, On State road 747, just South of the Pierce's Chapel communi­ty on the right.  It is a small family cemetery enclosed in a chain link fence and has a couple of very large cedar trees in the corners.  It is well maintained.

Titus Cemetery (Houston County) Known to have many slaves buried there. Abandoned and located off SH 21 west of a ranch.

Todd Cemetery (Cherokee County)

Tom Havard Cemetery (Angelina County) From Zavalla, Texas take 69 South (going toward Woodville). About 2 miles outside of Zavalla turn right on FM 1270. When the highway runs out, keep going straight on the dirt road beyond Clear Creek and the cemetery is on the right.

Toole Cemetery (Leon County)

Townsend/Truett Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: US Hwy.69 south to Zavalla, hwy.63 to state 147,left on Fm.Rd.2109, right on Angelina Co.Rd.413.

Transier Family Cemetery (Cherokee County) Union Chapel Cemetery is located in the southeast edge of New Summerfield, Texas, off 110 turn east on 235 and go .4 miles, turn on the first street to the right and it will be at the end of this road.

Traweek Cemetery (Angelina County) Traweek Cemetery is actually located on private land in Huntington, Angelina County. The land appears to be owned by the Bryan family, possibly attorney Berry Bryan who is running for a judge position in Angelina Co.

Treadwell/Salem Church Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: south of Huntington beside Salem Missionary Baptist Church US HWY.69 south, right at red light on FM.1669,left on Co.Rd.233,right on Co.Rd.307.

Thevat Cemetery (Trinity County) From Groveton, Texas take U.S. Highway 287 south about one mile to F.M. 2262. Turn left and travel about 12 miles to the white Trevat Church of Christ on the left. Trevat Cemetery is located to the right of the Church. From Apple Springs, travel south approximately 7.3 miles on F.M. 357 to a dead end. Turn right onto F.M. 2262 and go 1.3 miles. The cemetery is on the right.

Trinity Cedar Grove Cemetery (Trinity County) A part of the G. W. Wilson, Trinity Cedar Grove Cemetery in Trinity, TX, is located west of the business section on Main Street. In 1986 Cedar Grove Cemetery received a Texas Historical Marker. Jacob Pope & Elizabeth Ann Barnes Historic Marker is also located in the cemetery. The letters I, II, A, B, C represent sections of the cemetery, of which we only have a few. In 1990 the cemetery’s name changed from Cedar Grove Cemetery to Trinity Cedar Grove Cemetery.

Trinity Community Cemetery (Black) (Trinity County) A part of the G. W. Wilson , Trinity Cedar Grove Cemetery in Trinity, TX, is located west of the business section on Main Street. In 1990, name changed from Cedar Grove Cemetery. In 1986,Cedar Grove Cemetery received a TX Historical Marker, & Jacob Pope & Elizabeth Ann Barnes Historic Marker is located in the cemetery. The letters I, II, A, B, C represent sections of the cemetery, of which we only have a few.

Tryon Cemetery (Houston County) From the end of FM 227 (where pavement ends and CR 2210 begins), go 3 miles west-south on CR 2210. When CR 2210 bends sharply to right (west), turn left onto PF 6210 and go 0.3 mile east to gate. Go through gate and continue east for another 0.2 mile. Cemetery is on south side of road.
GPS 312623774N 954033326W

Tubb Cemetery (Leon County)

Tullos Cemetery (Trinity County) see Johnston-Tullos Cemetery (Trinity County)

Turk, Eleck Gravesite (Houston County) Single grave about 50 yeards east of San Pedro Creek north of FM 228 between Percilla and Grapeland.

Turner Cemetery (Leon County)

Twin Graves (Houston County) Located on Estham Prison Unit, on a hill next to the Trinity River. Must get approval and escort from the prison warden.
GPS 305738601N 953851740W

Tyer Cemetery (Houston County) Take FM 227 to end of pavement. FM changes to CR 2210 and to 3 miles westsouth. When CR 2210 bends sharply to right (west) turn left onto PF 6210 and go 0.3 mile east to gate. Go through gate and continue east for another 0.2 mile. Cemetery is on south side of raod.
GPS 312947236N 952542229W

Tyer Cemetery (Houston County) see Lone Star Cemetery (Houston County)

Union Cemetery (Leon County)

Union Chapel Cemetery (Cherokee County) Union Chapel Cemetery is located in the southeast edge of New Summerfield, Texas, off 110 turn east on 235 and go .4 miles, turn on the first street to the right and it will be at the end of this road.

Union Grove (Houston County) see Vistula Cemeteery (Black) (Houston County)

Union Grove Cemetery (Cherokee County) The Union Grove cemetery is located on the East side of FM Road 2138, about 8 miles South of Jackson­ville, Texas.  It is surrounded by woods but is near several residences.  It is well maintained and the rows are orderly.  The en­trance is on the West end of the cemetery and for that reason this listing assigns rows starting with the first row on the West as row A.  The oldest marked burial is that of Mary Ann Reynolds Patton in 1868.  The cemetery was associated with the Union Grove Cumberland Presbyterian Church which is no longer active. 

Union Hill Cemetery (Cherokee County) Union Hill cemetery is located SE of New Summerfield. At HWY 79 turn on to FM 4602, turn right on 4504. Union Hill Cemetery will be a on the right close to the intersection

Union Prairie Cemetery (Houston County) Located west of Grapeland, take SH 7 to FM 132 to Porter Springs, Take CR 3075 north (right) pass Porter Springs Cemetery on right to CR 3070. Cemetery is bout 1 mile on right.
GPS 31163713596N 96384522792W

Unknown Cemetery (Houston County) From US 287 in Grapeland, go approx. 11.6 miles west on FM 227. Turn right at CR 2255 and go 1 mile north. Cemetery is in pasture approx. 425 ft. east of road (on right side). Between Abbs and Wes Hicks Cemeteries.
GPS 312847212N 953925564W

Unknown Cemetery (Houston County) From Crockett go SH 21 north for about 17 miles. The unmarked grave is located on east side of raod in field near site of Old Glover School.
GPS 313047990N 951516770W

Unknown Cemetery CR 3475 (Houston County) Unknown cemetery with rock wall, CR 3475, Mapleton, Texas area. About 1.2 mile from Douglas Cemetery. Take SH 7 to Mapleton, take FM 2815 to CR 3480 about 1.3 miles to stone wall, decorative steel gate, on right. Only 2 marked graves.
GPS 31055360148N 96371828524W

Union Prairie Baptist Church Cemetery (Houston County) Take SH 7, go to the Porter Springs store, turn right to reach the Union Prairie church and cemetery. Another go 6 miles west on SH 7, turn left onto FM 132 for 2.4 miles to Porter Springs. Turn right onto CR 3070 for 2.6 miles to the Union Prairie Church and Cemetery

Unnamed Cemetery #1 (Houston County) Kennard area, no other information.

Unnamed Cemetery #2 (Houston County) Unnamed cemetery 1 mile down road from Griggs graves, no other information.

Unnamed Cemetery #4 (Houston County) (aka Womack Cemetery) (Houston County) Graves on M. D. Womack land, 1 mile down the county road from Mrs. Frate Pickett. 2 graves on private land.

Unnamed Cemetery #6 (Houston County) see Patton Family Graves (Houston County) Found lost cemetery. In east Houston County, in Hickory Creek area, across the Hickory Creek, going toward the Wilse Brown property and toward Center Hill.

Vanetia Cemetery (Leon County)

Vaughan Family Graves (Houston County) Located north of Ratcliff, take FM 227, 2.4 miles to Tadmor. Take right on FSR 5140 and go 0.3 mile northeast. Cemetery is adjacent to west side of FSR/ Fenced with two markers.
GPS 312524062N 950935179W

Vestal Cemetery (Leon County)

Vistula Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Union Grove Cemetery) Marked on map as Union Grove area. Take SH 21 south to Mapleton, then east on FM 3275 which turns into CR 3480. Cemetery is right where it intersects with CR 3485.
GPS 31062355008N 95380784793W

Voltz/Hunsicker Cemetery (Leon County)

Volz Cemetery (Leon County)

W. T. Jones Cemetery (Trinity County) Located on Hill Cemetery Road, est of FM 2781 near Pennington. Wells, McKinney Family Graves.

Walker Cemetery (Angelina County) Located in the Redland community North of Lufkin, TX on US Hwy 59. 1.9 miles North of Loop 287 and on the east side of Highway 59.

Walker Cemetery (Cherokee County) Located on the North side of Hwy 84, east of Rusk in the Shady Grove Community.

Walker Cemetery #1 (Houston County) Take SH 7 to Ratcliff, take CR 1155 past Mr. Vernon to the FSR. Turn left and go to FSR 5121. These are noted by small brown signs. Turn left on FSR 511 and go about 1 mile on left side of toad..
GPS 312624768N 950521033W

Walker Cemetery #2 (Houston County) Take US 287/SH 19 north to Grapeland, go 3.4 miles south. Turn right at cemetery sign and go 0.6 mile to 3rd gate. From 3rd gate to 585 ft. pastvacant house, turn right just beyond house and go 360 ft. ot cemetery, which is on hill top straight ahead.
GPS 312636832N 953416038W

Walker’s Chapel Cemetery (Angelina County) This cemetery is located at the corner of Fm.Rd.3258 and Bonner Penn Rd. Traveling west on Hwy.94 from Lufkin, Texas proceed to go exactly 1 mile past the Hudson I.S.D., turn right on Fm.Rd.3258 , go 1 mile and you will come to Wallace Chapel Cemetery and Church.


Walker’s Chapel Cemetery (Cherokee County) Walker's Chapel Cemetery is located on County Road 4404 just off FM 235.


Wallace Cemetery (Madison County) Located about two miles west of Madisonville on FM 1452 W, to the first deserted home past the Primitive Baptist Church and cemetery. This is a fenced cemetery behind the house to the south as you enter the front gate, following a dirt road about 1/4 mile into the woods. (If this is where I think they are talking about, the house has been torn down. The cemetery is in a pasture belonging to Ernest Cannon about a mile past the church and cemetery.)


Wall Cemetery (Liberty Hill) (Houston County) (aka Wall Cemetery #1) (Houston County) Located west of Bobbitt Cemetery off of FM 227. Cemetery is in the woods near the Franklin Top Church. Private inaccessible.

Wallace Chapel Cemetery (Angelina County)

Wall Ranch Cemetery (Leon County)

Waller – Gossett – Brashears Cemetery (Houston County) (ala Waller Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Waller Cemetery) Located on Easter Land Ranch in Wesley Chapel, 7 miles west of Crockett off of FM 229. Abandoned.

Walling Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Old Walling Cemetery) (Houston County) Located west of Grapeland off of FM 227 at Daly Road. Small family cemetery.

Waltmon Cemetery (Leon County)

Warren Cemetery (Cherokee County) The Warren cemetery is located to the South of US Hwy 79 just before it crosses the Neches River into Anderson County.  Turn south on CR 3220 and go about one mile and turn west on a dirt road which goes toward the river.  About three quarters of a mile down that road the cemetery is on the hill just before you start down into the slough of the river bottom.  Long time Cherokee County resident Earl Miles remembered the cemetery from his childhood but stated that even then there were no readable markers, just certain plants growing there that showed the cemetery area.  He judged the size to have originally been one half acre, large enough for 30 - 50 graves.  Some names known to be buried here were provided by Doris Claiborne and Earl Miles.

Washington , Lee Cemetery (Houston County) see Lee Washington Cemetery (Houston County)

Watson Chapel Cemetery (Leon County)

Watson Family Cemetery (Houston County) Three unmarked family graves in a field near Weches.

Watson & McWaters Cemetery (Leon County)

Waverly Cemetery (Walker County)

Wealthy Cemetery (Leon County)

Weaver Cemetery (Angelina County) Location: in southeastern Angelina County in the community known as Weaver's Bend. This cemetery is basically abandoned , the last recorded burial according to the Angelina Co. Cemetery books is 1978. Photos were taken July 2004 by my son DJ and are online for viewing. He walked where I could not , up hills with washed out roads and creeks , in the July heat with mosquitos everywhere in order to obtain the photos.

Weches Cemetery (Houston County) Located in Weches off of SH 21 past Mission Tejas State Park, left at Weches Baptist Church. Contact information: Weches Cemetery, c/o Sharon Ivie, 616 PR 5140, Grapeland, Texas 85844.

Weeks Cemetery (Houston County) One infant grave just south of Pearson Chapel.

Weeks Family Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Weeks Family Cemetery #1) (Houston County) Lost burial ground believed to be 11 miles east of Crockett off of SH 7 north of New Energy.

Weems Cemetery (Cherokee County)

Weldon Cemetery (Houston County) Located in Weldon, take FM 230 from Lovelady and turn east in the middle of Weldon by the store on CR 3575. Sign to cemetery are confusing. Go down 3575. It will bend several times. Stay on right. Last bend will be to the left. Go ¼ mile. Cemetery is on right. Well Kept.
GPS 310117713N 953331743W

Wells Cemetery (Houston County) (aka McKinney Cemetery) Cemetery Records by Kim Parsons, 1988. Only information.

Wes Hicks Cemetery (Houston County)

Wesley Chapel Cemetery (Houston County) (ada McKinney Cemetery) (Houston County) Located northwest of Crockett, take FM 229 about 7 miles. Right at cemetery sign near CR 2130 near church. Contact information: Wesley Chapel Cemetery Association, c/o Mrs. Laverne Logsdon, 1309 Plantation Drive, Crockett, Texas 75835 phone 936-544-3283

Wesley Chapel Annex Cemetery (Houston County) Located across the road from Wesley Chapel Cemetery. Located 7 miles west of Crockett on FM 229, turn right and go 300 or 400 yards from the road.
GPS 31221942008N 95322584578W

West End Memorial Cemetery (Madison County) (Black) West End Memorial Cemetery is an African-American cemetery located on Martin Luther King Blvd. From the courthouse, go west on Trinity St. to MLK, go two blocks south on MLK. The cemetery is on the west side
of the street.

West Shady Grove Cemetery (Cherokee County) West Shady Grove cemetery is located to the South and West of Jacksonville, Texas, On County road 1904 which turns to the West off State Road 747 South of the Pierce's Chapel community.  It is in a very scenic but lonely spot on a hill covered with old growth oak trees.  It has a small permanent pavilion and a paved drive-thru.  It is well maintained.  There are some temporary markers that have become unread­able and several sandstone blocks which mark graves but give no clue to the individual buried there.  These are not included in the listing, so just be aware of them. 

West Union Cemetery (Houston County) Abandoned about 3 miles west of Grapeland. (Houston County)

Wheelock Cemetery (Leon County)

White Cemetery (Cherokee County) White Cemetery is located approximately one mile off Highway 21 east of the Linnwood Community.

White Cemetery (Houston County) see Porter Springs Cemetery (Houston County)

White Cemetery (Leon County)

Whitefield Lake Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located off State Highway 21 West, turn left on Strawther Lane. The cemetery is located behind a house and just before the Kickapoo Creek bridge. This is on private property, and the stones have been removed.

Whitehead Cemetery (Houston County) Located 11 miles north of Crockett on CR 1650. From Crockett take FM 2022 north 10 miles to CR 1650, then east on CR 1650 1 mile to Whitehead Cemetery Road, then north about 0.2 mile on Cemetery Road.

Whitehouse Cemetery (Angelina County)

White Rock Cemetery (Houston County) see Box-Beeson Cemetery (Houston County)

White Rock Cemetery (Black) (Trinity County) This cemetery is on private property. From Trinity, TX, on the Trin-Lady Park Road, White Rock Cemetery, Red Branch Community, is about 1.8 miles past the park, across the road from the White Rock Church.  There are about 35 unmarked graves. This cemetery is also known as Red Branch Cemetery.There are about 35 unmarked graves

White/Seale Cemetery (Leon County)

White, Simon Family Cemetery (Leon County) see Simon White Family Cemetery (Leon County)

Wiggins Cemetery (Cherokee County) Wiggins Cemetery is located on the west bank of Lake Stryker, on TPL property.

Wiggins Hill Cemetery (Lost cemetery) (Trinity County)

Wilcox Cemetery (Houston County) see Old Home Cemetery (Houston County)

Wilkey Tmbstone has been returned to French Memorial Cemetery (Trinity County)

Williams Cemetery (Leon County) see Bethesda Cemetery (Leon County)


Williams, Chriss, Burial Site (Black) see Chriss Williams Burial Site (Black) (Trinity County) This cemetery is on private property. This site is in the yard of a private residence in Trinity, TX. Starting at Main & Robb Streets, travel 1.1 miles west on Main Street to Lakefield, turn south & travel three-tenths of a mile to the family burial plot on the west side of Lakefield. A cyclone fence separates the burial plot from a private residence to the south. This information was furnished by Ms. Hattie Marie Baker of Trinity, Texas, in 1992.


William “Bill” Havard Cemetery (Angelina County) Location :US Hwy.69 past Zavalla to FM.Rd.1270 to Co.Rd.366 , 2 miles west of Tom Havard Cemetery on the river road and 2 miles to the left and into the woods. There is a sign with the cemetery's name on it by the roads edge and the cemetery is located in the woods behind the hunting clubs' "sign-in" box.

William – Masters Cemetery (Houston County) Located off of FM 2022 take the first turn CR 1515 out of Crockett. About 4 miles across the fence near a pond. No markers. Family graves including slaves.

Williamson Cemetery (Madison County) This cemetery is located south of North Zulch on State Highway 39, turn
left on FM 1372, this will become Barnett Road, the cemetery is located on left side of Barnett Road. The cemetery is on a hill enclosed in a cyclone fence and about one mile from Barnett Road.

Williamson Cemetery (Trinity County) see New Church Cemetery (Trinity County)

Willowhole Cemetery (Madison County) Willowhole Cemetery is located at 12910 FM 1372, North Zulch. It
is about eight miles south of Highway 21 down FM 39 to FM 1372 and left on FM 1372 to the cemetery.

Wilson Family Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Wilson Cemetery #1) (Houston County) The Wilson #1 or Wilson Family Cemetery is just past the Muse Cemetery. Please go to the location data for Muse and follow those directions and go a little past the Muse Cemetery.

Winfred Barry Cemetery (Angelina County) aka Berry Winfred Cemetery (Angelina County)

Winn Cemetery (Leon County)

Winters Memorial Cemetery (Walker County)

Womack Cemetery (Houston County)Located west of Grapeland, take FM 227 west about 15 miles to CR 2260. Go north 3.7 miles to the county line. On left down a private road and go 0.2 mile southwest.. Cemetery is in pasture and can be seen from country road.

Wood Family Cemetery (Leon County)

Wooden, Cal Cemetery (Houston County) see Cal Wooden Cemetery (Houston County)

Wortham Family Cemetery (Houston County) (aka Wortham, John Family Graves) see Major John Wortham Cemetery (Houston County)

Zavala Cemetery (Angelina Cemetery) In Zavalla at the caution light at the junction of US69 and SR63 go west (away from downtown) on Main Street. (CR357) The cemetery is a very short distance up the road, on the left.

Zid McClain Cemetery (Trinity County)

Zion Hill Cemetery (Trinity County) Located just in Trinity County on FM 1280 about 4 miles west of Friday. Turn on Tho9mpson Community (Brush Prairie). Turn left at the Zion Hill Baptist Church sign.

Zion, Old, Old Zion and McCelvey Cemetery) see Ola Zion Cemetery (Houston County)