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Hudspeth County, Texas | Cemeteries

Please check with the County Clerks Office for complete directions before visiting any cemetery.

Dell City Memorial Acres, also known as Dell City Cemetery.

Acala Cemetery
Mrs. Longina P. Cisneros, b. 25 MAR 1905, Fabens, TX, d. 14 OCT 1943, El Paso, TX, FATHER Miguel Palomares, TX, MOTHER Cresencia Rivera, TX

Esperanza Cemetery
Esperanza, Hudspeth County, Texas.

Fort Hancock Cemetery
A partial enumeration graciously compiled by Lillie.
Also, see the three records listed at: Find-a-Grave

Helms Cemetery
Sometimes also known as Sierra Alto Ranch Cemetery, a private family cemetery.
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McAdoo Ranch Cemetery
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I believe it is mostly McAdoo family members buried here
Elijah Gordon McAdoo, b. 25 SEP 1888, Llano, TX, d. 18 AUG 1969, El Paso, TX, FATHER: Jervis Edgar McAdoo, MOTHER: Rosina Horn, WIFE: Mrs. Ida McAdoo
Jervis Vivian Mcadoo, b. 25 MAR 1890, Llano, TX, d. 12 MAR 1971, El Paso, TX, FATHER: Jarvis McAdoo, MOTHER: Rosina Horn.

Quitman Cemetery
Fort Quitman continued to be garrisoned through April 1882. The post was abandoned later that year, partly because it was not on a railroad. Fort Hancock (originally Fort Rice) was established in 1882 at a better site nearby. Today only a cemetery remains near the site of Fort Quitman.
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Sierra Blanca Cemetery
Sierra Blanca, Hudspeth County, Texas, includes a Masonic section. Find-a-Grave.