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     Some of these are links to web pages authored by other researchers, some are links to information submitted to the USGenWeb Project Archives, and some are links to projects now under way to photograph headstones in Nacogdoches County cemeteries. NOTE: Each researcher tries to be as accurate as possible in making transcriptions, but the condition of headstones often makes it easy to incorrectly transcribe a date or spelling of a name. All genealogy data should be verified with primary sources to confirm names and dates. Most of the transcribers have email contact information on their web pages to be used if you suspect an error in the transcript.

 

     If you know of other sites with Nacogdoches County, Texas cemeteries or if you'd like to contribute information please let us know. If you are working on a cemetery in Nacogdoches County please let me know. Although having multiple transcripts of the same cemetery can be used to compare and reduce errors, some people prefer to work on a cemetery that has not yet been transcribed to offer a greater depth of data to the researchers. When someone notifies me they plan to transcribe a cemetery I will place a note below indicating that cemetery is currently being worked.

     Until August 2004 we had 117 cemeteries on this list. We now have 180 cemeteries listed, plus many name variations, thanks to Cathy Pulley whose masters thesis on Cemeteries of Nacogdoches County, Texas Since 1542 lists all known cemeteries of the county. Information on all cemeteries is included here with her permission. Many thanks to Cathy for her hard work over several years to gather this information. Dates of establishment of cemeteries are from Cathy's thesis; some dates are based on the oldest marker in the cemetery although there may have been indications of earlier burials.

Note: There is more information on most of these cemeteries in Cathy's thesis than what has been included on this web page so you might want to read her thesis at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches if you get a chance.

    Thank you to all of the volunteers that have contributed much of their time and efforts performing surveys and transcriptions.  Also, thank you Carolyn Ericson for allowing us to use the cemetery location descriptions from her Nacogdoches  County Cemetery Transcription  books. Some of these are being updated as I get driving directions to the cemeteries.

     For cemeteries on private property, only a general location is given unless the property owner has given permission to publish the location.   The general locations will help determine if a cemetery is near the residence of ancestors and might be a possible burial place for them.  One should be aware that some of the driving directions have been compiled from several sources (Pulley, Ericson, and Dan Crossmire's "Nacogdoches County Cemeteries" manuscripts at the East Texas Research Center) and a county map was used to determine the road numbers. Not all of these cemeteries have been visited yet to verify the driving directions. If you find problems and have better directions please let us know.
Abbreviations used:
CR = County Road
FM = Farm to Market Road
TX = Texas State Highway
US = U.S. Highway

Location or Latitude / Longitude (from USGS GNIS)

RECORDS
Ericson book titles below indicate volume of transcript book info and can be ordered here

Cemetery section of the Nacogdoches County Bibliography  

  Additional Nacogdoches County, Texas cemetery information is available on-line at Nacogdoches County, Texas Archives-Cemeteries Page of The Texas USGenWeb Archives ProjectNacogdoches County Page of the Tombstone Transcription Project-Texas;   Nacogdoches County Page of the Cemeteries of Texas Project;   Cemetery Records Online - INTERMENT.NET .

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Name, Alternate Names, Year Established

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Ericson book titles below indicate volume

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Akin
est. 1887
alt. name: Aiken

Private property near CR 814 (Old Caro Loop)

Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. III

 

Alazan
est. 1865

From Nacogdoches travel west on FM 225, cemetery just west of FM 2782

Gate photos  Our transcript;   USGenWeb Archives Project, submitted by Allen R. Perkins, 14 Jan 2002;   Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. IV

Antioch, see Black Jack #1 (Attoyac)

 

 

American, see Oak Grove

 

 

Arriola-Cooke
est. 1968

From Nacogdoches travel 4.2 miles west on TX 7, turn north (right) on CR 715 (between Highway 7 and the Lazarine Cemetery)

Our transcript USGenWeb Archives Project, submitted by Ronald E. Gauntt, transcribed 14 May 2002;

Attoyac, see Black Jack #1 (Attoyac)

 

 

Banks
est. 1888

Private property near FM 1638 (Old Tyler Rd.) and FM 343

Transcript in process (RG) Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. III

Baptist, see Smyrna, Old

 

 

Barnes
est. 1874
alt. name: Barnes-Gravely
alt. name: Trawick
Transcript and photos complete as of Dec 2001

N 314539 / W 0944442 From Nacogdoches travel north on US 259, turn west (left) on TX 204 and travel 4.3 miles, turn south (left) on CR 831 and travel 7/10th miles, cemetery on right

Our transcript with photos;  USGenWeb Archives Project, submitted by Billie & Dick Wingate, June 2001;  Yesterdays, Sept. 2003 issue of the journal of Nacogdoches Genealogical Society
Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. III

Baugh
est. 1900

Private property near TX 21 and CR 713 (on Moral Creek)

Our transcript;  Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. IV

Bethel
est. 1887

From Nacogdoches travel north on US 59 through Appleby, turn south east (right) on CR 941, at FM 2609 is Bethel Baptist Church with the cemetery adjacent

Linked transcript (not indexed in our search tool;   USGenWeb Archives Project, submitted by SheRita Kae Vaughn Partin, copyright 1995;  Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. I

Blackburn
est. 1881

Private property off of CR 954 east of Pirtle Cemetery

 

Black Jack #1 (Attoyac)
est. 1878
alt. name: Attoyac
alt. name: Antioch
alt. name: Blackjack

From Nacogdoches travel east on TX 21 for 17.3 miles, turn north (left) on FM 95, travel about 3 miles, turn left on CR 350 at Fuller's Grocery, new Antioch Missionary Baptist Church on the left, old church building and cemetery on right

Linked transcript (not indexed in our search tool) (See photos)USGenWeb Archives Project, compiled by:  Reba Jernigan Powers, Miriam Adams Jernigan, Liberty Powers, Harry Powers, Lucas Powers, Lydia Powers, copyright 1998, Revised 22 Jun 1999;   Yesterdays, 2001 / 2002 issues of the journal of Nacogdoches Genealogical Society;   Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. V

Black Jack #2
est. 1853
alt. name: Blackjack
alt. name: Lilbert
alt. name: White

N 314305 / W 0945449 From Nacogdoches travel west on TX 21 to Douglass, turn north on FM 225, turn west (left) on CR 868, turn south (left) on CR 3, turn west (right) on CR 886, cemetery on north (right)

Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. III

Blue Springs
est. 1836

N 312110 / W 0942429 From Nacogdoches travel east on TX 21, about 3.75 miles past Loop 224 turn south on FM 226, travel 11.8 miles to TX 103 where must jog left and then right again to stay on FM 226; from TX 103 travel 1.9 miles south on FM 226 to cemetery which will be on the right

Transcript and photos (submitted 2010 by Joan Anderson)

Our transcript and photos (Partial);   Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. IV

Bogg, see Pleasant Hill

 

 

Bonaldo
est. 1930s

N 313342 / W 0944244 From Nacogdoches travel west on TX 7, turn north (right) on CR 761, about 1 mile to cemetery

Our transcript;    USGenWeb Archives Project, submitted by Ronald E. Gauntt, transcribed May 2002;  Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. IV

Brewer
est. 1849

From Nacogdoches travel west on FM 343, turn south (left) on a road at cemetery sign, between Nat and Looneyville (Property contains an automobile spare parts yard)

Linked transcript (not indexed in our search tool);  Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. III

Brimberry

unknown location - said to be 1/2 mile east of Melrose

Mentioned in Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. V

Brister
est. 1870

Private property, west of Nacogdoches on TX 7, near Alazan Lake

Our transcript of names Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. V

Brown
est. 1873

Private property, near CR 344 south of Martinsville

Yesterdays, Sept. 1992 issue of the journal of Nacogdoches Genealogical Society

Bruten
Bruton, see Sanders-Bruton

 

 

Bustamante
est. 1860

Private property in NW Nac. County south of Garrison

 

Butcher
est. 2000

Private property near CR 817 south east of Trawick

 

Campground, see Simpson's Campground

 

 

Cedar Diamond

unknown location - said to be SW of Nacogdoches off TX 7

 

Cedar Point, see Center Point

 

 

Center Point Community
est. 1905
alt. name: Cedar Point
alt. mane: Wilson Chapel
(African-American Cemetery)

From Nacogdoches take FM 1878 north-east, continue on FM 1878 which turns east at Pisgah, cemetery behind the Wilson Chapel C.M.E. Church just past CR 277

Transcription submitted June 2011; 

Chinita, see Smyrna

 

 

Chireno-Catholic, see Our Lady of Lourdes

 

 

Chireno Lower
alt. name: Lower Chireno

From Nacogdoches travel east on TX 21, turn south (right) on FM 95, turn east (left) on CR 446 (Lower Cem. Rd.) at the Baptist Church

Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. I

Chireno Lower Community
alt. name: Lower Chireno
(African-American Cemetery)

From Nacogdoches travel east on TX 21, turn south (right) on FM 95, turn east (left) on CR 446 (Lower Cem. Rd.) at the Baptist Church

 

Chireno Upper
est. 1849
alt. name: Upper Chireno
alt. name: Hill

From Nacogdoches travel east on TX 21, turn south (right) on FM 95, turn east (left) on CR 440 (Upper Cem. Rd.) just south of TX 21, cemetery on a hill

Linked transcript (not indexed in our search tool); Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. I

Christian
est. 1863
alt. name: Press
alt. name: Press-Decoy
alt. name: Decoy
alt. name: Moore
alt. name: Moore-Christian

From Nacogdoches travel south on FM 2683 (Press Rd.) about 6 miles, cemetery on east (left) side

Our transcriptUSGenWeb Archives Project Submitted by Billie & Dick Wingate, transcribed July 2003;   Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. IV

Church of the Sacred Heart at Chireno, see Our Lady of Lourdes

 

 

Cleaver
est. 1902
(African-American Cemetery)

Located in Nacogdoches. On Main Street travel one block east of University, turn south onto Shawnee and go about 2 miles, one block past Horney Street turn west (right) onto Cleaver Street. Go to the end of the block and turn right and stop. The Cleaver cemetery is on the left hand side of the street.

Historical Information and partial transcript

Clevenger
est. about 1900

unknown location said to be S of Nacogdoches along a logging tram line

 

Clifton
est. before 1898

From Nacogdoches travel north on US 259, turn east (right) onto CR 144, cemetery on the south (right) about 1/10th mile

Gate photos and transcript of names;   Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. V

Coats Family
est. 1888

Private property, North of the road leading east from Pleasant Hill community (get a guide)

Our transcript;   Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. V

Cold Springs
est. 1865

From Nacogdoches travel north on US 59 to Garrison, turn south (right) on FM 95, travel about 3 miles, cemetery on east (left) at CR 289 and Lake Tinkle

Transcript of names;  Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. V

Coleman, see Pine Grove #1

 

 

Cornelius
alt. name: Walls Chapel

From Nacogdoches travel north on US 259, turn west (left) on TX 204, turn south (left) on FM 1648, turn west (right) on CR 898 (Dextra Rd.), cemetery near Lucas Lake

Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. III

Cove Springs
est. 1858

From Nacogdoches 9.5 miles east on TX 21, turn north (left) onto CR 350 (Black Jack Melrose Road) and travel 2.9 miles, cemetery behind an abandoned church

Our transcript with photos;   USGenWeb Archives, submitted by Billie & Dick Wingate, transcribed July 2001;   Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. V

Cruse

unknown location

 

Cushing
est. 1901

From Nacogdoches travel north on US 259, turn west (left) on TX 204, travel about 12 miles, cemetery just west of Cushing on south (left)

Complete transcript, some photos;  USGenWeb Archives Project, contributed by Troy Gresham, Jan 2005;  Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. III

Davis King, see King - Davis King

 

 

Decoy, see Christian

 

 

Douglass
est. 1800

From Nacogdoches travel west on TX 21 to Douglass, turn north (right) on FM 225, cemetery is less than 1/4 mile up on the west (left)

Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. III

Eden
est. 1700s, 1838 or 1876

N 313533 / W 0944908 (or W 0943042) From Nacogdoches travel west on FM 225 to CR 779, cemetery on north side of FM 225, west side of CR 779

Photos Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. IV

Elm Grove
est. 1854
alt. name: Martinsville #2

From Nacogdoches travel east on TX 7, turn south (right) on CR 345 (Elm Grove Rd. - just before get to Martinsville), cemetery about 1/4 miles on west side

Transcript of names with added info Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. V

Engledow

unknown location - near Melrose

 

Fairview est. 1847
alt. name: Fellowview

From Nacogdoches travel about 1 mile east on TX 21, cemetery on the grounds behind Fairview Methodist Church located on south side

Our transcript;  USGenWeb Archives Project, submitted by Billie & Dick Wingate, July 2003;  Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. I

Fellowship
est. 1894
(African-American Cemetery)

From Nacogdoches travel south on FM 2259, turn west (right) on CR 534 (as of 1992 CR 534 becomes a dirt road which should be followed instead of taking the paved road into a sub-division)

 

Fenton
est. 1864

N 314849 / W 0944811
From Nacogdoches travel north on US 259, turn west (left) on TX 204, turn north on CR 945 (Oak Flat Rd.), Fenton Cem. sign is 1.1 miles from TX 204, then follow the local road about .7 miles to the cemetery

Linked transcript (not indexed in our search tool);   Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. III

Fern Lake, see Procella

 

 

Finley
est. 1856 or 1889

Private property, south of Douglass, near CR 797

Our transcript Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. III

Flores
alt. name: Vital Flores

unknown location near "Martin City" [Martinsville] 4 persons listed as buried here

Transcript of names
Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. V

Friendship #1 and #2
est. 1849
#1 (Caucasian Cemetery)
#2 (African-American Cemetery)

N 314513 / W 0945042 From Nacogdoches travel north on Bus. 59, turn west on FM 343, before reaching FM 225 cemetery is on south (left)

Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. III

Fulghum

unknown location - said to have been in Nacogdoches on E side of North Street near Parmley Street

 

Fuller, see Old Chapel

 

 

Fuller - Nichols

Private property (Denny) near Cushing
alternate location listed as next to Fuller / Old Chapel Cem.

Our transcript
Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. III as Nichols Cem.

Galilee
est. 1851
(African-American Cemetery)

Private property south-east of Whispering Pines Girl Scout Camp on CR 272 south of Garrison

Our transcript

Goyens

unknown location - said to be near Aylitos Creek and Moral Creek

 

Gravel Ridge
est. 1881

N 313449 / W 0944505 From Nacogdoches travel west on 225, cemetery behind church on the south side of the road just east of CR 723

Note: We have multiple transcriptions of this cemetery and there are a few differences in some names and dates. Often it is difficult to correctly interpret the data on headstones. Please use all the sources available to you to determine the correct information.  Our transcript #1 (submitted by Allen R. Perkins, January 2002);   Our transcript #2 (Submitted January 2002 by Ronald E. Gauntt;   USGenWeb Archives Project Transcript (submitted by Allen R. Perkins, January 2002) USGenWeb Archives Project Transcript (submitted by unknown, unknown date); Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. IV

Greenwood
est. 1855
#1 (Caucasian Cemetery)
#2 (African-American Cemetery)

N 314917 / W 0942904 From Nacogdoches travel north on US 59 to Garrison, east (right) on FM 138 about 1 mile, cemetery on east (left)

Our photos and transcript - also corrections (partial);   Linked transcript (not indexed in our search tool);   USGenWeb Archives Project submitted by S. Kae Partin, copyright 1994;   Yesterdays, Sept. 1994 issue of the journal of Nacogdoches Genealogical Society; 
Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. I

Grimes, see Lowery-Grimes

 

 

Hall Springs
est. 1837
alt. name: Linn Flat #1 (Pulley's Linn Flat #1 is the name prefered by the caretakers for this cemetery but other books and maps refer to it as Hall Springs; Pulley's Linn Flat #2 is the cemetery transcribed in Ericson's book as Linn Flat)
(African-American Cemetery)

N 314712 / W 0944453 From Nacogdoches travel north on US 259, turn west (left) on TX 204, turn north on CR 931

 

HardIn Family
est. 1988
alt. name: Pardin Family Cem.

Private property south of Shady Grove off of FM 2112

Our transcript USGenWeb Project Archives, Submitted by Billie & Dick Wingate, transcribed July 2003;

Harmony
est. 1889

From Nacogdoches travel west on TX 7, turn north (right) on CR 726, cemetery immediately West of the Moral Creek Bridge at the end of CR 726

Our transcript with many headstone photos;   USGenWeb Project Archives #1 (Submitted by Ronald E. Gauntt. est. 2001);   USGenWeb Project Archives #2 (Submitted by Allen Perkins,  May 2002);   Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. IV

Hart
est. 1837
alt. name: Strickland-Hart

Next to Strickland Cemetery - Off US 59 north of the road at Brileytown

One large family marker - indications of unmarked graves

Harvey

N 311820 / W 0942009 Private property off CR 495 at southern tip of county
Graves were moved when Sam Rayburn Lake was created

 

Hayter
est. 1865

 N3168917 / W9474611  From Nacogdoches travel north on US 59/Loop 224 to Millard Crossing Rd., then west on Millard Crossing Road (CR343) , past Old Tyler Road, past Lone Star Church Road, through the first curve to the north, through the second curve to the west again, and on the exit part of this curve there is a road to the right (unknown name - approximately 5.5 miles from US 59), take this road.  One may have to explore to find this cemetery and it is unknown if it is on private property.

This is a very old cemetery.  Please HELP to find/locate and document this cemetery.  If you have any knowledge of this cemetery or would like to volunteer to transcribe it, please send me an email.

Helpenstell
est. 1861
alt name: Helpenstill Cem.

N 314943 / W 0944005 From Nacogdoches travel north on US 259 about 12 miles, turn east onto FM 1087, travel 1 mile then turn north onto CR 146, travel about 1/2 mile to cemetery on the left

Gate photos and transcript;  USGenWeb Archives Project, submitted by Billie & Dick Wingate, transcribed July 2001;   Yesterdays, Sept. 2003 issue of the journal of Nacogdoches Genealogical Society; 
Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. V

Hill, see Chireno - Upper

 

 

Holleman (single gravesite)

 

One burial: Lucy Holleman, 18 March 1855 to 17 October 1917

Holly Grove
est. 1869

From Nacogdoches travel north on US 259, turn west (left) on TX 204, turn north (right) on CR 817, turn east (right) on CR 918, turn south (right) on CR 919 to Holly Grove Church and cemetery

Our transcript;  USGenWeb Archives Project, Margie Kinney Butler and Geraldine Spencer Daniels, May 2005;   Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. III

Holly Springs
est. 1927

N 314529 / W 0943504 From Nacogdoches travel north on US 59 through Appleby, 4-5 miles north of Appleby turn north (left) on CR 157, cemetery at intersection of CR 157 and CR 136

Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. V

Immaculate Conception
est. 1885
alt. name: Moral
alt. name: Moral Catholic

From Nacogdoches travel west on TX 7, turn north (right) on CR 724 and travel about 0.45 miles, turn north (right) on CR 721 and travel about 0.1 miles, cemetery beside Immaculate Conception Catholic Church

Our transcript;   USGenWeb Project Archives, submitted by Ronald E. Gauntt, transcribed 12 June 2002;   Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. IV

Jackson, see Smyrna, New

 

 

Jacob's Chapel #1 and #2
est. 1840s
#1 (Caucasian)
#2 (African-American Cemetery south of #1)

N 312814 / W 0943106 From Nacogdoches travel east on TX 21, turn south (right) on FM 226, turn right on CR 551 to the cemetery and church

USGenWeb Archives Project, contributed by Bob Britnell, transcribed 13 Jan 2010;   Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. IV

Johnson, see North Redland

 

 

Jose Montes Prado, see Montes

 

 

Judd

Private property near CR 389 north of Chireno

 

Junge
est. 1862

Private property, near CR 715, CR 720 and Moral Creek

Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. IV

King - Davis King
est. 1861
alt. name: Old Stripling Place

Private property near CR 407 south of TX 21

Our transcript

King Family
est. 1861
alt. name: King Family #1

N 313009 / W 0943248 From Nacogdoches travel south on FM 2259, turn south (right) on CR 555, cemetery on west just past CR 544

Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. I

King-Moore

Private property off FM 3228 near CR 527

Graves moved to Pine Flat, one marker remains for Sam Crenshaw, 25 March 1842 to 17 December 1917

Kingtown

unknown location probably now under Sam Rayburn Lake

 

Lazarine
est. 1839

From Nacogdoches travel west on TX 7 about 4.2 miles, turn north (right) on CR 715 (North of the Arriola-Cooke Cemetery)

Our transcript;   USGenWeb Project Archives, submitted by Ronald E. Gauntt, transcribed 11 June 2002;  Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. IV

Libby
est. 1898

From Nacogdoches take FM 1878 north-east, continue on FM 1878 which turns east at Pisgah, cemetery on north (left) at FM 95

Transcript of names
Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. V

Lilbert, see Black Jack #2

 

 

Linn Flat #1, see Hall Springs

 

 

Linn Flat #2
est. 1837
(Pulley's Linn Flat #2, Ericson's Linn Flat; see additional notes at Hall Springs entry)

N 314716 / W 0944432 From Nacogdoches north on US 259, turn west (left) on TX 204, turn north onto CR 929 and travel 1.2 miles, cemetery on the left (Located north of Trawick)

Gate photos;  Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. III

Little's Chapel
est. 1958

From Nacogdoches travel 13.5 miles east on TX 21, turn south (right) on CR 434 and travel 2.5 miles, the church and cemetery will be on the right side

Gate photos;   Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. I

Lone Star
est. 1891

From Nacogdoches travel north on Bus. 259, turn west (left) on FM 343, turn south (left) on CR 823, about 1/2 mile to cemetery on left

Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. III

Looneyville
est. 1878

Private property, behind an old house at Looneyville, from Nacogdoches travel west on FM 343, turn south (left) on FM 225 and travel about 2 miles, just north of a church on the east side of the road is a ruined building on the west side, cemetery south of the ruined building

Our transcript;  Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. III

Love, see Smyrna, Old

 

 

Lower Chireno, see Chireno-Lower

 

 

Lower Melrose, see Melrose Baptist Church

 

 

Lowery-Grimes
est. 1868
alt. name Lowery
alt. name: Methodist

N 311853 / W 0942144 From Nacogdoches travel east on TX 21, turn south (right) on FM 226, turn east (left) on CR 496, cemetery on north (left)

Yesterdays, Mar. 1991 issue of the journal of Nacogdoches Genealogical Society; 
Ericson's Nac. Co. Cem Books, Vol. IV

Lutz
est. 1978

From Nacogdoches travel west on TX 21 through Douglass, turn north (right) on CR 3, cemetery on west (left)

 

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