Robertson County
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Cemeteries
Cemetery Name Directions
ABRAHAM Cemetery Two to three miles out of Bremond going toward White Rock on FM 2954
ANDERSON 1, 2, 3 Cemetery On private property 0.9 miles from 1940 on 2446.
ARCHER-MCLEROY Cemetery -
ARNETT Cemetery Located off Highway 46 going toward Wheelock from County Line Road.
ASTIN FARM Cemetery -
ASTIN FARM African American Cemetery From Mumford towards Caldwell on Hwy. 50, turn right onto the dirt road immediately after you go over the RR tracks just past the Mumford School. This unmarked road was formerly County Road 206. The cemetery, identified by a single marker, is out in the middle of the field to the left.
BAKER Cemetery -
BALD PRAIRIE Cemetery Located in the Bald Prairie community at the intersection of FM 979 and FM 2096.
BALD PRAIRIE African American Cemetery -
BAPTIST RIDGE and Jericho Cemetery North from Calvert on Hwy 6, turn left onto FM 2159. The cemetery is off the road to the left on private property a short distance from Hwy 6.
BARTON FARM Cemetery On FM 1644 towards Calvert from the Providence Church you'll pass a road on the left that leads toward the site of Marvin (a community that existed where this road dead-ends into the railroad tracks). This is the black road that goes to the left from the "4" in "8.4" on FM 1644. Further along 1644 is another road on the left, which heads toward the site of Barton (a community that existed where this road crosses the railroad tracks). This road is just below the bridge. Past this road, still traveling on 1644 towards Calvert, you'll cross a bridge over the Little Brazos River. Continue beyond this bridge and up the hill. On the left is a gate to a road that leads to the Barton Farm Cemetery, which is located near Peters Slough.
BARTULA Cemetery 5 miles from Owensville and 6 miles from Calvert, location unknown
BEAUTY REST African American Cemetery Within the Calvert city limits, a block or two right of the Hwy 6 when heading south towards Hearne from Calvert. The cemetery starts near the corner of Cedar and Harper Streets and is a couple of blocks long.
BECK PRAIRIE Cemetery -
BELCHER-STEWART Cemetery Located near the Columbus Village Apts in Hearne across the railroad tracks heading towards Black Jack. At the back of Columbus Village Apts look for two cedar trees and these trees are in the small cemetery that is enclosed by an old wrought iron fence.
BETHLEHEM Cemetery Located in the Hammond community between Calvert and Bremond
BLACK Cemetery -
BOONE PRAIRIE CHURCH Cemetery -
BORING Cemetery Located in the Ridge community off of County Road 368. Heading north on 368, the Holly Cemetery will be alongside the road on the left. The Boring Cemetery is a little further north, on the same side of the road as the Holly Cemetery in a field a little ways off of the road.
BREMOND African American Cemetery Located to the immediate left (when facing the cemetery) and across the fence from the Bremond Caucasian Cemetery
BREMOND Cemetery -
BROWN Cemetery Located on the old Frank Sauer place in what is now somebody's pasture. This is on the left side of the road after the big curve as you go from New Baden towards the cemetery
BROWN-ROBB Cemetery Located in Hearne on private property. This cemetery is between the Old Franklin Highway and the Hwy 6 heading north out of Hearne towards Calvert. To the right of Hwy 6, the cemetery is east of the railroad tracks on a ridge above Sandy Creek. It is located on the old Robb family place and near the old Brown stagecoach stop site. Though it is not labeled, the Brown-Robb Cemetery is located to the right of the Hwy 6 and Hwy 79 signs. The cemetery is between these highways and Sandy Creek.
BRUSHY SCHOOL Cemetery Located near the spot where the old Brushy School once stood. It is on a hill in some woods on private land about a mile off of a county road between Boone Prairie and Easterly
BUMPERS-BUMPURS-HOMESTEAD Cemetery On Hwy 7 from Marquez towards Kosse, turn right onto FM 937 heading north. You will pass the Whatley Cemetery on the left. When you get to the Seale-Round Prairie Cemetery (which is also on the left), turn right onto County Road 482. Go down this dirt road, following it through a sharp right turn followed by a sharp left turn. Continue down this road. The cemetery is out in the pasture to the right just before the next 90 degree right turn. This cemetery, which is on the old Mildred Jones Lincecum place, is also sometimes referred to as the Homestead Cemetery.
BUSH Cemetery Located on the Mischer Ranch on land formerly known as the old Jarrett place. On the side of a hill under the shade of a tree, this single grave is enclosed by a small white picket fence.
BEAUTY REST African American Cemetery Located to the left when entering Calvert from the south, several blocks before you reach FM 1664
CALVERT City Cemetery Heading north on Hwy 6 from Hearne turn right from Calvert's Main Street onto FM 1664. About six blocks west of Hwy 6 the main Calvert City Cemetery is on the left
CALVERT HISPANIC Cemetery Heading north on Hwy 6 from Hearne turn right from Calvert's Main Street onto FM 1664. About six blocks west of Hwy 6 the main Calvert City Cemetery is on the left and keep going past the Calvert School on the left. The Jewish Cemetery is to the left immediately past the school. A little beyond the Jewish Cemetery on FM 1664 is Calvert's Hispanic Cemetery located on the left side of the road as you are leaving Calvert and driving toward Franklin
CALVERT LIVESTOCK Cemetery -
CAMP CREEK Cemetery From the traffic signal in Franklin take US 79 North 2.6 miles to New Baden, turn right onto FM 1940, proceed 5.7 miles (you will pass the turn for the New Baden Cemetery on the left), turn right onto the dirt Camp Creek Cemetery Road
CAMP HEARNE Cemetery -
CATHOLIC Cemetery At Hearne
CAVITT FAMILY Cemetery 1/2 mile west of Wheelock on FM 391 just down the street from the post office
CAZEY Cemetery -
CEDAR CREEK Cemetery When going from Franklin through Wheelock towards OSR, turn left onto Cedar Creek Road (the road that goes past the log house). Down this road, on land that is thought to have been formerly owned by the Spiller family, is a cemetery site that's now been plowed under. This property is somewhere in the vicinity of Cedar Creek and Cajka Branch.
CHAMBERLIN-CAGE-WILLIAMS Cemetery Heading north out of Calvert on Hwy. 6, turn left onto FM 2159. After several miles, the road will make a sharp right, then a sharp left. Immediately after this second curve, turn left onto County Road 413 (also known as Louis Reiketa Road). Go down this road a short distance. You'll pass a low spot and can see tombstone markers from the cemetery on the right. This cemetery, which is in a stand of trees, is on private property
CHAMBLEE CROSSING-DUCK CREEK Cemetery -
CHAPEL HILL Cemetery Located on the direct road between Franklin and Calvert (road that goes past the courthouse, not the one that goes through Owensville), on the right side going from Franklin towards Calvert
CLOVERLEAF REST Cemetery On the right side of the road just out of Bremond when heading towards Kosse
COLE Cemetery South of Franklin on FM 46. Visible in a field off the road, it is to the left of FM 46 past the bridge that crosses Cedar Creek when heading towards Wheelock. The cemetery is on private property
CONCORD Cemetery Located in Brazos County outside of Wheelock near the Robertson County line, this cemetery is on private property
COOPER Family African American Cemetery Located about 2 miles south of Calvert on Hwy 6 if you are headed north to Calvert it can be seen on the left side of the highway
CORDEY Cemetery -
COTTON-COTTONWOOD-SHILO Cemetery Located in the Hammond community between Calvert and Bremond
DUNN Cemetery Private property
EAST BOONE PRAIRIE Cemetery From the traffic signal in Franklin, take FM 46 North 3.8 miles to Owensville, turn right at the Owensville Store onto FM 979, proceed 2.7 miles. Where 979 intersects 2293, turn right to stay on 979, go 2.8 miles (West Boone Prairie Cemetery will be on your left), and just before the power plant, turn right onto County Road 376 (East Boone Prairie Cemetery Road), after 1 mile dirt road makes a sharp left, turn right, proceed .2 miles
EASTERLY or ACORN Cemetery From the traffic signal in Franklin, take US 79 North for 8.1 miles through New Baden and Easterly, just after Easterly, cemetery will be on your left, next to the highway
EASTERWOOD Cemetery Located on private property
EBENEZER-HEADSVILLE Cemetery Located in Limestone County close to county line
EBENEZER HEARNE Cemetery Located on private property
EDGE Cemetery -
ELLIOTT Cemetery Elliott, Texas 7 miles south of Franklin on US 79 at Powers Road
ELM GROVE Cemetery The Elm Grove community is located five miles east of New Baden on FM 1940.
ELMO-MUD CREEK Cemetery Located on private property
EPISCOPAL CHURCH of the Epiphany Cemetery -
EVETTS-SPENCER Cemetery Located on private property in Benchley
FERGUSON Cemetery -
FRANKLIN (Old) Cemetery -
FRANKLIN Cemetery Located about two miles out of Franklin heading towards Hearne on US 79
FRANKLIN North and South Cemetery Cemetery located in the city limits next to the Franklin Cemetery
GALLOWAY Cemetery Hwy 6 south from Hearne towards Bryan/College Station. Just before the Camp Arrowmoon sign, turn right onto a short sandy road that runs into the Old Hearne Road (also known as the Old Bryan Road). Turn left on the Old Hearne Road, then right onto Watts Road. Go .5 mile to Lee Chapell Road, turn left, go .7 mile to nine mail boxes on the left, turn right on next sandy road
GEE Cemetery When heading from Bald Prairie on FM 2096 towards Easterly, turn right onto the Martin Ranch road. This is County Road 469, but it's unmarked. Once on the property, do not take the oil road to the left. Proceed straight ahead towards the house. Behind the house, you'll cross one cattle guard. Proceed straight ahead past a gully where trash is deposited and to a gate. Once through the gate, this cemetery is to the left, on a hill in a small fenced-in area.
GREATER RIVERSIDE Cemetery Hearne
HALE Cemetery The Hale family cemetery is on the right-hand side of the road out of Franklin on FM 2446 towards the Mount Pleasant Cemetery on land owned by Mrs. Whatley. The sign above the gate says "Lop Ear Lane."
HAMMOND COLONY African American Cemetery Black Jack
HARPER African American Cemetery This cemetery is located north of Bremond, to the right when heading from Bremond towards Kosse. It's before the Cloverleaf Rest Cemetery, on the other side of the RR tracks from Cloverleaf Rest and the highway. This cemetery presumably contains burials of the African American Harper family who lived in this area.
HEAD Cemetery Headsville
HEARD'S PRAIRIE - PETTEWAY Cemetery From the traffic signal in Franklin, take FM 46 North 3.8 miles to Owensville, turn right at the Owensville Store onto FM 979, proceed 2.7 miles to where FM 979 intersects FM 2293. Keep going straight and this turns into FM 2293 towards Bremond. The cemetery will be on the left
HEARNE Cemetery Hearne
HEARNE NORWOOD Cemetery Hearne
HENRY Cemetery This cemetery is located on the old Gilstrap Place near Henry Prairie. A list of burials at this cemetery is on file at the Robertson County Library in Franklin.
HENRY-PEYTON Cemetery Benchley
HENRY PRAIRIE Cemetery Located in the Henry Prairie community between Franklin and Wheelock. Watch for a small sign north of Wheelock on the west side of FM 46 pointing the way to Henry Prairie Baptist Church.
HENSLEY-COLE Cemetery Franklin
HOLLY RIDGE Cemetery Ridge
HOLLY GROVE Cemetery Rye
HOXIE CHAPEL Cemetery Off US 79 to the right when going from Easterly to Ridge
INDIAN BURIAL Ground Volunteer Tammie Hill has heard rumors of, but has never personally seen, the Indian Burial Grounds. If the information she has heard is correct, this cemetery would be located to the left of Hwy 6 when going from Hearne towards Calvert. This Indian Burial Ground is not to be confused with the Red Hill-Saint Luke-Moody African American Cemetery that is adjacent to the cemetery road. According to Tammie, "Start by entering the Red Hill-Saint Luke- Moody Cemetery. Go through the fence at the back left-hand side of this cemetery. Proceed through the trees and woods towards the Little Brazos River for about one mile. When you reach a hill or knoll, stop. From there, look down. The valley area below is the Indian Burial Grounds site. There are no headstones, but close attention to detail on the ground in this valley will reveal arrowheads, broken pottery pieces, etc. This burial site is one-half mile from the banks of the Little Brazos River. Supposedly the site has a spooky atmosphere." (see a map on this page)
ITALIAN Cemetery Hearne
JACKSON Cemetery Private property
JAMES Cemetery Camp Creek
JEWISH Cemetery When heading north on Hwy 6 from Hearne, turn right from Calvert's Main Street onto FM 1664. About six blocks from Hwy 6, you'll see the main Calvert City Cemetery on the left, just past the Hammond House. Keep going past the Calvert School on the left. The Jewish Cemetery is to the left immediately past the school.
JOHNSON Cemetery -
KASTER Cemetery Private property
KINNEY-COOPER Cemetery Located to the left of Hwy 6 when going north from Hearne towards Calvert. It is situated between some woods and a hen house just before the turn-off for Coopers Lane. There is no sign for this cemetery. This is the burial spot for an African American family named Kinney, who owns the land beside the cemetery.
KIRBY-SIMPSON Cemetery Private property
KOCH-ADLOF Cemetery New Baden
LaFEVRE Cemetery Private property
LITTLE MISSISSIPPI Cemetery -
LOPEZ Cemetery Hearne
LOREANT Cemetery Private property
MACEDONIA Cemetery Located in northwestern Robertson Co., near the Falls Co. line, toward the Brazos River from Bremond
MARSHALL FARM Cemetery There are two different gravesites on the old Bob Marshall farm, which is located off of a dirt road between the East Boone Prairie Cemetery and Easterly
McNEILL Cemetery Located outside of New Baden on the left side of the road towards Camp Creek, before the Elm Grove Baptist Church/School. This cemetery site is to the side of the house marked by mail box #611. No trace of this cemetery remains today.
MITCHELL-FALLON Cemetery Small family cemetery located in a pasture that's being turned into a housing subdivision outside of Benchley
MOORE Cemetery Located about 7 miles south of Franklin on FM 46 beyond the turnoff for the Henry Prairie Cemetery. It is on the left, next to the highway, across from the BarBK Ranch, and just before the bridge. Located on the old Leon Sandifer place, the cemetery is between the barn and the fence on FM 46 in a stand of cedar trees.
MOSS Cemetery Located about 5 - 6 miles south-southeast of Hearne. Take Hwy 6 south out of Hearne about 5 miles to Arrowmoon Road (FM2549). Turn left or east-northeast; go 2 miles to Jack Rabbit Lane. Turn right, go .9 miles to dirt road with long row of mailboxes on left. Turn right and go through gate at end of road. Drive straight ahead until you come to another gate. There is another gate to your immediate left. Go through that gate and follow the path straight ahead about 100 yards to the cemetery. There is an old barbed wire fence around the cemetery, but you can easily step over it.
MOUNT CALVARY Cemetery -
MOUNT MORIAH African American Cemetery Located off of Hwy 6 between Calvert and Hammond. The Cottonwood African American Cemetery is just down the road past the Mount Moriah Cemetery. Both cemeteries are clearly marked with signs on Hwy 6 (along with the Shilo Primitive Baptist Church). Turn right on County Road 130 when heading north out of Calvert heading towards Hammond. This cemetery will be on your left on the side of the road next to the Mount Moriah Church before you reach the railroad tracks.
MOUNT OLIVE Cemetery Between Calvert and Elliott in the Elmo Community
MOUNT PLEASANT Cemetery From the traffic signal in Franklin, take FM 46 South a couple of blocks, turn left onto FM 2446, proceed several miles, cemetery will be on your right, next to the highway.
MOUNT TIVER Cemetery -
MOUNT VERNON Cemetery Located off FM 979 between Calvert and Owensville
MOUNT ZION Cemetery -
MUMFORD Cemetery At the main intersection in Mumford (near the Collier Store), turn left (when heading towards Caldwell on Hwy. 50) onto County Road 203. This is the road that goes past the old Judd Collier home (which will be on the right). After the road makes a 90 degree right turn, the cemetery will be up a lane to the left.
NESBITT-BECK PRAIRIE Cemetery Located off of FM 979 between Calvert and Owensville. When heading from Calvert towards Owensville, turn left on County Road 429. County Road 127 will dead-end into 429 on the left. When it does, turn left. The cemeteries will be next to the road on the right. Just in front of the Rosehill African American Cemetery in the Nesbitt Community.
NEW BADEN Cemetery From the traffic signal in Franklin, take US 79 North 2.6 miles to New Baden, turn right onto Farm Road 1940, proceed 1.3 miles, turn left onto dirt County Road 350 (New Baden Cemetery Road), although the road immediately veers to the right, keep going straight, cemetery is .3 miles from paved highway
New Baden Cemetery Plat -
New Baden Cemetery Pictures -
New Baden Original Cemetery Located between the Schultz home (across the highway from the store in New Baden) and the Brown Cemetery #2
NEW NORWOOD Cemetery -
NIXON Cemetery When heading north on Hwy 6 from Hearne, turn right from Calvert's Main Street onto FM 1664. About six blocks from Hwy 6 you'll see the main Calvert City Cemetery on the left, just past the Hammond House. Keep going past the Calvert School on the left. The Jewish Cemetery is to the left immediately past the school. At the back of the Jewish Cemetery are four tombstones which constitute the Nixon Cemetery.
NORTH-SOUTH Cemetery -
NORTON-ORVISS Cemetery When heading north on Hwy 6 from Hearne, turn right from Calvert's Main Street onto FM 1664. About six blocks from Hwy 6 you'll see the main Calvert City Cemetery on the left, just past the Hammond House. Keep going past the Calvert School on the left. The Jewish Cemetery is to the left immediately past the school. At the back of the Jewish Cemetery are four tombstones which constitute the Nixon Cemetery. Between Nixon and the Hispanic Cemetery is the Norton-Orvis Cemetery.
NORWOOD Cemetery -
Old Franklin Cemetery Franklin
OWENSVILLE Cemetery From the traffic signal in Franklin take FM 46 North 3.8 miles to Owensville, turn right at the Owensville Store at FM 979, proceed about one mile and Owensville Cemetery Road will be on your left
OWENSVILLE AFRICAN AMERICAN Cemetery From the traffic signal in Franklin take FM 46 North 3.8 miles to Owensville, turn right at the Owensville Store at FM 979, proceed about one mile and Owensville Cemetery Road will be on your left. The African American cemetery is located to the right and behind the Owensville Cemetery.<
PACE-Willow Creek-Woodland Cemetery Located in far northeastern Robertson County near the Limestone County line. It is off the road to the left when going from Headsville toward Seale. East of Hwy 7, it is directly across and a little ways down the road from where County Road 466 dead-ends. The cemetery is on fenced private property, and cannot be viewed from the road.
PATRICK FARM Cemetery -
PIERCE Cemetery Located near Cole's Branch, which is not far outside of Bald Prairie, on the left when heading towards Easterly. This yet-to-be-found cemetery is somewhere near County Roads 476, 472, and 473.
PIN OAK Cemetery This yet-to-be-found cemetery is located on Pin Oak Road, near the Sam Taite home, in the Henry Prairie Community.
PROVIDENCE or HOLLAND Cemetery Located on FM 1644. This is the river bottom road that goes from Calvert towards Goodland Farms. The church appears to still be in use, is clearly marked, and is on the left when heading from Calvert towards Goodland Farms Beside this church is County Road 106, which goes east towards the Little Brazos River. Heading out of Calvert, turn left on County Road 106 just beyond the church. A short way down on the right, there will be an uncultivated area of an acre or so. The cemetery is located here. At the end of this uncultivated patch closest to the Little Brazos, there is a paved walkway leading to a chain link fence enclosed portion Harlan plot in the cemetery.
Ramby Cemetery This yet-to-be-found cemetery is located on Pin Oak Road, near the Sam Taite home, in the Henry Prairie Community.<
RED HILL-Saint Luke-Moody Cemetery Known by all three names, this cemetery is located north of Hearne off of Hwy 6, about a mile past the overpass at US 79. Take a left onto County Road 103 or 106 (not certain of the number). There is also a sign saying: "Saint Luke Missionary Baptist Church, Red Hill, Hearne, Texas, Reverend J. E. Baker, Pastor." The church building will be on your right from the dirt road, visible from the highway. The cemetery will be on your left about a mile down the dirt road. The cemetery sign says "Red Hill Cemetery."
RHODES CHAPEL Cemetery On private property. Go 2.2 miles north on Hwy 14 from the junction of Hwy 6 and Hwy 14. At this point, there will be a large old two-story house on the left. Turn right and cross the railroad tracks, continue 4/10 mile. There will be a farmer's gate to the right. The gate crosses the opening diagonally. Standing at the gate looking at the farmhouse, the cemetery will be on the left behind a small fenced pasture. The gate is usually unlocked and is electric. Open the gate by pushing a button on your left. Go through the opening and then close the gate with a button on your right. Go to the farmhouse and tell them you want to go to the cemetery. His yard is fenced and he has a large dog which may bark. You can drive right up to the cemetery which may be full of cows.
RIVERSIDE African American Cemetery In Hearne near the railroad tracks behind GATX. Turn onto the road directly across from the Western Motel on US 79 (heading towards Rockdale from Hearne). Go past the "Golden Chick" (on the left) and Hearne High School (on the right). Proceed through three blocks of residential neighborhood. When you come to Lost Creek, the road goes straight and also veers to the right. Veer to the right. About half a mile down, this road reaches the railroad tracks and makes a sharp right. Follow the road through the turn. The cemetery, with several different entrances, will be on your right.
ROSEHILL African American Cemetery Just behind the Nesbitt or Beck Prairie Cemetery in the Nesbitt Community. Located off of FM 979 between Calvert and Owensville. When heading from Calvert towards Owensville, turn left on County Road 429. County Road 127 will dead-end into 429 on the left. When it does, turn left. The cemeteries will be next to the road on the right.
SAINT JOSEPH-Saint Jose Cemetery -
SAINT MARY in Bremond Cemetery In Bremond
SAINT MARY'S in Cemetery in Hearne Hearne
SAINT PAUL'S African American Cemetery This cemetery is located a couple of miles past and on the same road as the Sunnyside Cemetery in Calvert. It is behind the Saint Paul's Baptist Church that is on the left.
SAVELL FAMILY Cemetery -
SCOTT Cemetery Located a mile or so south of Hearne heading towards Bryan. It is on private land currently occupied by the Crane Toilet Manufacturing Company (site of the old VitroTech). This small cemetery is just off of Hwy 6, across the railroad tracks. The best entrance to use is the "Shipping and Receiving" entrance at the southern end of Crane's property. If you follow the road around to the place where all of the rejected toilets are dumped, the cemetery is to the left on a rise in a small cluster of cedar trees.
SEALE-ROUND PRAIRIE Cemetery Located in extreme northeastern Robertson County, near the Limestone Leon County borders. When traveling on Hwy 7 from Marquez towards Kosse, turn right onto FM 937 heading north. You will pass the Whatley Cemetery on the left. The Seale-Round Prairie Cemetery will also be on the left-hand side of the road, where FM 937 crosses County Road 482.
SEARS-RICHARDS African American Cemetery Located on the right when going from Bald Prairie towards Easterly on FM 2096. It is just inside the main entrance of the Mischer Ranch, on the left in a wooded area beyond the tank. The area where this cemetery is located is clearly visible from both the highway and the Mischer Ranch entrance.
SHILOH Cemetery -
SMITHERMAN Cemetery Located in the Camp Creek community
SNEED Cemetery (Milam County) Take FM 979 out of Calvert and across the Brazos River into Milam County. A little over two miles into Milam County, turn right onto FM 2027. A mile or so down, you'll pass a small house and then a large house (both on the left). At the top of the hill, turn left onto the county road. The Sneed Cemetery is clearly marked and will be on the right within fenced pasture. As you enter the pasture, take the road to the left which will lead you to the cemetery.
SPANISH Cemetery -
SPENCER-EVETTS Cemetery Located on private property in Benchley
SPRING HILL Cemetery Located off of FM 979 between Calvert and Owensville. When heading from Calvert towards Owensville, turn left on County Road 126. The cemetery is on the right-hand side and towards the back of the Spring Hill Baptist Church. This church is on the left as the road dead-ends. Signs for the cemetery and church are clearly visible.
STERLING Cemetery Two miles west of Calvert on FM 979, turn right onto CR 116, cemetery marker is on the right next to the road. This cemetery is on private property and is not easily accessible. A fenced-in area is visible from the road. This is the Calvert Family cemetery plot, which is only a small portion of the cemetery. Other markers can be found on several acres in the surrounding fields which are now somebody's pasture.
STRYKER-OWEN Cemetery This yet-to-be-found cemetery is west of Hwy 7 in the Cole's Branch community near Mulberry Creek on private property. Cole's Branch is not far outside of Bald Prairie, on the left when heading towards Easterly. The cemetery is somewhere near County Road 471.
SUGGS Cemetery Located in the Black Jack Community 4 miles east of Hearne on FM 391. Cemetery is to the right before you get to the Black Jack intersection when going from Hearne towards Wheelock.
SUNNYSIDE Cemetery North on Hwy 6 from Hearne and turn right on FM 979. Just before the rest home, turn left. The Sunnyside Cemetery will be on your right a short distance down this road.
TALBOT-SALTER Cemetery Heading north out of Calvert on Hwy 6, turn left at FM 2159. The old Morning Star Church will be on the right-hand side of the road a couple of miles down. The cemetery is directly across the road from the church in a stand of trees across an open field. This cemetery, which is on the Old Talbot Plantation, is on private property
TATNELL Cemetery -
TEAGUE Cemetery -
THOMPSON Cemetery -
TIDWELL PRAIRIE Cemetery Located in the center of a triangle formed by Calvert, Bremond, and Owensville. Heading north out of Calvert on Hwy 6, turn right on County Road 130. You will pass the Mount Moriah Cemetery on the left and will go over the railroad tracks. You'll see a sign for the Shilo Primitive Baptist Church on the left. Keep going. County Road 130 will dead-end into County Road 430. You will have to make a 90 degree left turn when this happens. Keep going. The road will make a sharp right, then a sharp left. Still further down, the cemetery will be on a hill beside the road on the left.
TRUMPH-SPRING CREEK African American Cemetery This African American Cemetery is on private land off of Jack Rabbit Lane near Spring Creek.
UNION (Old) Churchyard Cemetery -
WALKER-ROBERTS Cemetery This cemetery was located about one mile south of Bremond off of Hwy 14. It was to the right when going from Bremond towards Hwy 6, near the white two-story Roberts' former home that still stands next to the highway. After grandson John Coleman Roberts died in 2000, all of the graves were moved from near the house to the Bremond Cemetery.
WALKER Family Cemetery Near junction of Walkers Creek and OSR, approximately 30d 47m 17s N / 96 deg 25m 44s W
WALNUT CREEK Cemetery Located 7 miles southeast of Bremond. Take FM 2293 out of Bremond towards Petteway. Turn left onto County Road 438. It will cross County Road 439. Shortly after the intersection, the road will dead-end into the cemetery.
WEBB Cemetery Located off of FM 979 between Calvert and Owensville. When heading from Calvert towards Owensville, you will pass County Road 127 (which goes to the Rose Hill Cemetery) on the left. County Road 133 (which goes to the Mount Vernon Cemetery) will be on the right. Just after 133, turn left and drive down the road. The cemetery will be on the right where the road forks.
WEBB-GRAY Cemetery Located off of Farm Road 979 between Calvert and Owensville. When heading from Calvert towards Owensville, turn left on County Road 127. The cemetery, which is next to the side of the road on the left a short distance down, is overgrown and thick with underbrush. The fence around it is clearly visible. There are no signs on the highway or at the cemetery.
WELCH Cemetery In the Camp Creek community on private land
WESLEY CHAPEL Cemetery -
WEST BOONE PRAIRIE Cemetery -
WHATLEY Cemetery Located in extreme northeastern Robertson County, near the Limestone and Leon County borders. When traveling on Hwy 7 from Marquez towards Kosse, turn right onto FM 937 heading north. Pass County Roads 484 and 485 (which will be on the left). The Whatley Cemetery will be on the roadside, also on the left. If you get to the Seale-Round Prairie Cemetery and County Road 482, you have gone too far.
WHEELOCK Cemetery -
WHITE ROCK Cemetery -
WILKERSON Cemetery This grave or memorial marker is located on the old Blackie Wilkins place on Hwy 6 in Hearne, just south of where Sandy Creek crosses Hwy 6 on the west side of the highway.
WILLINGHAM Cemetery -
WOOD Cemetery Located just off of Hwy 6 north of Calvert, on the west side of FM 2159 between Anderson and Closs Roads.
WOODS Cemetery Located in eastern corner of the intersection of FM 979 and Hwy 7. It is on the old B. B. Lincecum place (near the house that's visible from the road).
Wootan Wells Ghost Towns Of Robertson County - Wootan Wells states that there once was a cemetery at Wootan Wells for people who became ill and died while visiting the spa/resort. No cemetery is apparent today.
ZEIG Sheet Metal Works Cemetery Between the side of Zeig Sheet Metal Works and Hwy 6 and Hwy 79 outside of Hearne.
Unknown #1 A cemetery that includes some Winkler and other burials is said to exist near the old Solon Merryman place in the East Boone Prairie community. It is located towards Owensville from the old Hayes School site. This cemetery would not be far from the Archer-McLeroy Cemetery.
Unknown #2 Several graves are said to have been located along a creek on the Charlie Whatley place near the Henry Prairie community. This cemetery was probably plowed under many years ago.
Unknown #3 When going from New Baden towards Easterly, this cemetery is off the highway on the right, across the railroad tracks, in some woods on land currently owned by Kerry Corn. These woods back-up onto DeZavala Vineyards property. No graves are apparent at the site today. Kerry has always heard this site referred to as "the Old German Cemetery." Brothers Basel and Jim Wheeless recall its existence during their youth. There may be some "Mullins" buried here.
Unknown #4 Location of a cemetery that is on the right when going from Wheelock towards Black Jack on FM 391. This cemetery is located somewhere after the curve in the road just past the Wheelock Cemetery and near where the road turns back to the left. No one in the area seems to know anything about this cemetery.
Unknown #5 Long-time New Baden resident Inez Sweatt (Mrs. William) Ainsworth stated in Sept 2002 that she had heard there may be some graves between New Baden and Camp Creek alongside Pfistner Road. The general location of this would be close to 31d 01m 11s N / 96d 23m 29s W. It would be on the left (when heading from New Baden towards Camp Creek), just after the last curve in Pfistner Road as it straightens out before it intersects with the dirt road leading towards Camp Creek. A metal gate marks the entrance to the land where these burials may be located.
Unknown #6 This cemetery would be above and to the right of where 11th Street would intersect Austin Street in the African American section of Hearne. According to Volunteer Robert Goff, "I have a relative who used to live near this area. Her children would play here or nearby. As they played in the dirt, they found hair from the men who were POWs buried in a cemetery there."

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