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Lee County Cemetery Index

Listed below are the cemeteries in Lee County with links to transcriptions and photographs.  If you have photographs or transcriptions that you would like to contribute, please email me.  The listing includes the name of the cemetery and in parentheses the town or community in which it is located, as well as, directions to the cemetery.  Some listings also have coordinates that can be plugged into a GPS, these are enclosed in brackets.  If a cemetery is not listed here, please email me the name of the cemetery and location if known.

Links are to the Lee County Archive, USGenWeb Tombstone Transcription Project - Lee County, which are both off site links but are associated with the Lee County, TXGenWeb Project site; as well as some linked transcriptions and photographs are on this site.

 

  • Adina Christian Church Cemetery (Blue) - Take FM 696 going toward Blue (East of Lexington), turn right on CR 309 and go about  2 1/2 miles and then turn left at the cemetery.
    • Transcription 1 by Melanie McKinzie (Nov 2002)  [Lee County Archive link]
    • Transcription 2 by Wanda Meyer (Sept 2004-Addition & Correction)  [Lee County Archive link]
  • Alcorn Cemetery (11 miles East of Giddings) - This cemetery is no longer active and there are no markers.  It is said that at one time there were between 30 to 40 graves and it is believed that this cemetery dates back to the days of slaves.  It is known that Jack Alcorn and his wife, Crease, are buried here.
  • Antioch Cemetery
  • Atkinson Cemetery (Ledbetter) [301325N; 0964803W]
  • Baasen Cemetery
  • Beaman Family Cemetery (Giddings) - Take FM 141 from Giddings heading North for about 10 1/2 miles.  Cemetery is located on right hand side.
    • Transcription by Chaser (July 2003)  [Lee County Archive link]
  • Beaman High Prairie Cemetery (Dime Box) - Located on CR 122
  • Bell Settlement Cemetery (Nechanitz) - Cemetery is located in Fayette County, but many residents of Lee County are buried here and thus it is included in our cemetery list.
  • Bethany Cemetery
  • Betts Chapel Cemetery (Giddings) [301354N; 0965618W]
  • Beulah Cemetery (Alcoa Lake) [303017N; 0970305W]
  • Born Family Cemetery
  • Bozarth-Smith Chapel Cemetery
  • Burns Cemetery (Beaukiss) [302335N; 0970903W] - According to the book, History of Lee County, this cemetery is located on FM 696 in the Blue Community.
  • Cameron-Carter Cemetery (Lexington) [302342N; 0970709W]
  • Candlelight Cemetery
  • Center Point Cemetery (Lexington) [302344N; 0970704W]
  • Christ Lutheran Church
  • Christian Church Cemetery
  • Cole Springs Cemetery
  • Copperas Cemetery (Lincoln) [302051N; 0965457W]
  • Corinth Cemetery
  • Crunk Cemetery
  • Darden Cemetery
  • Dodd Cemetery (near Dime Box) - Located 13 miles Northeast of Giddings going towards Dime Box; many Lee County residents are buried there.
  • Early Chapel Cemetery (Lexington)
  • Edings Cemetery
  • Evergreen Cemetery (Lincoln) [301602N; 0965708W] - About 5 miles North of Giddings
  • Friendship Cemetery
  • Gardener-Lawhon Cemetery - Located on private property
  • George Stork Cemetery - Located on private property (permission needed) on CR 180.
  • German Cemetery (Lexington) [302518N; 0970002W]
  • Germania Cemetery (Lexington) [302340N; 0970244W]
  • Giddings City Cemetery (Giddings)
  • Globe Hill Cemetery (Giddings) - Located 2 miles Northeast of Giddings, adjacent to Globe Hill Church.
  • Gloyna Cemetery (Lincoln) [301857N; 0965621W]
  • Goacher Cemetery (Giddings) [300744N; 0965650W] - Historical Cemetery
  • Good Hope Cemetery
  • Goodwin-Burns Cemetery - 2 miles East of Dime Box.  All graves since 1930 are gone.  It is believed that John Goodwin and two sons are buried at this cemetery, as well as, father of Rebecca Goodwin who came to Dime Box in 1856, is also thought to be bured here along with Sadie Bedell and the Burns family.  One person remembers approximately 12 graves.
  • Greens Creek Cemetery
  • Guthrie Cemetery
  • Haeger Cemetery
  • Hall Cemetery
  • Hannes Cemetery - aka Old Dime Box Cemetery
  • Hicks Cemetery
  • High Prairie Cemetery (Dime Box) [301742N; 0964843W] - about 10 miles Northeast of Giddings, with many unmarked graves and about 100 graves in all.
  • Hilderbrand Cemetery
  • Holy Cross Cemetery
  • Honey Hill Cemetery
  • Horelica Graves
  • Hranice Cemetery (Deanville) [302319N; 0964922W]
  • Hugh Wilson Cemetery (Tanglewood) - aka Tanglewood Cemetery.  Just off of Highway 77, there is a sign as to where to turn off.
  • Hvidberg Cemetery
  • Jones Colony Cemetery
  • Keng Cemetery (Giddings) [301259N; 0965735W]
  • Killen-Harrison-Harrell Cemetery
  • Knobbs Springs Cemetery
  • Krause Cemetery
  • Lawhon Cemetery
  • Lawhon Springs Cemetery (Structure/Siloam) [302445N; 0971517W]
    • Transcription & History by Dennis Awbrey (Jan 2007)  [Lee County Archive link]
    • Photographs by Leigh Justice, Curtis Craig & Hazel Rodriguez  [USGenWeb Tombstone Project]
  • Ledbetter City Cemetery (Ledbetter)
  • L.H. & C.H. Cemetery
  • Lehmann Grave
  • Lexington Cemetery (Lexington) - Off of Hwy 112
    • Transcription by Keith Mathis (May 2009)  [Lee County Archive link]
  • Little-Scobey-Eagleston Cemetery
  • Loewe Cemetery
  • Longley Cemetery
  • Lyles Cemetery (Tanglewood) [302400N;  0965827W]
  • McCutcheon Cemetery
  • McDade Cemetery (Bastrop County)
  • Meeks-Miller Cemetery
  • Melcher Cemetery (Fedor) [302044N;  0970535W]
  • Mesquite Cemetery
  • Morgan Cemetery
  • Mundine Cemetery (Lexington) [302902N; 0970220W]
    • Transcription by Melanie McKinzie (Oct 2002)  [Lee County Archive link]
    • Photographs by Melanie McKinzie  [USGenWeb Tombstone Project]
  • New Bethel Cemetery (Lincoln) [302225N; 0965839W]
  • New Knobbs Springs Cemetery (McDade) [302141N; 0971153W]
  • Noack Cemetery (Giddings) [300748N;  0965842W]
  • Northrup Grave
  • Null Cemetery
  • Old Dime Box Cemetery - aka Hannes Cemetery
  • Old Scott Cemetery (Dime Box)
  • Old Knobbs Springs Cemetery (McDade) [302126N;  0971157W]
  • Olsen Thompson Cemetery - From Lexington, take FM 696 West for 3 miles to the Storey Farm gate (on right).  Go North through gate and past house for .4 miles and cemetery is located in a grove of trees in pasture.
  • Pilgrim Rest Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery
  • Post Oak Sunnyside Cemetery
  • Prospect Cemetery (Tanglewood) [302550N; 0965546W]
  • Providence Cemetery
  • Reuther Cemetery
  • Rost Cemetery (Ledbetter) [301312N; 0964905W]
  • Rost-Peters Cemetery
  • Saint Johns Lutheran Cemetery (Dime Box)
  • Saint Josephs Catholic Cemtery
  • Saint Pauls Lutheran Church Cemetery
  • Saint Peters Cemetery (Lincoln) [301648N; 0965732W]
  • Salem Cemetery (Dime Box) [301553N;  0964625W]
  • Sanders Cemetery (McDade) [302056N; 0971047W]
  • Sandy Point Cemetery (Dime Box) [302136N; 0964716W]
  • Schroeder Cemetery (Fredor) [302038N;  0970538W]
  • Scott Cemetery (Lincoln) [302217N; 0965318W]
  • Shady Grove Cemetery - aka Tate Cemetery
  • Shady Point Cemetery
  • Smith Chapel Cemetery
  • Stanley Graves
  • Sweet Home Cemetery
  • Tate Cemetery - aka Shady Grove Cemetery
  • Thigpen-McNeese-Gantt-Cleveland-Lehman Cemetery
  • Thompson Cemetery
  • Thompson-Atkinson Cemetery
  • Unknown Cemetery
  • Vick Cemetery
  • Vittrup Cemetery
  • Washington Cemetery
  • Wesson Cemetery
  • White Cemetery
  • White Union Cemetery (Carmine) [301313N; 0964333W]
  • Winters Grave
  • Wolf Cemetery (Ledbetter) [300741N; 0965229W]
  • York Cemetery
  • Zeplin Cemetery

 

 

 

 

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