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Texas Cemeteries

Focusing on research, photography, and preservation of Texas Cemeteries

Location: Texas
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Latest Activity: Aug 1, 2016

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Historic Texas Cemetery Program

Texas Funeral Service Commission; GOVERNING LAWS
CHAPTER 715. CERTAIN HISTORIC CEMETERIES

Excellent "How To" on cleaning headstones safely
Wash a stone, restore some history

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Olive Cem suffers fire, Hardin County

Started by Sherry Hightower Jun 16, 2011.

Guedry Cemetery, Batson, Hardin County

Started by Sherry Hightower Sep 13, 2010.

Sand Flat Cemetery, Smith County.

Started by Sherry Hightower Aug 16, 2010.

Official Policy of the V.A. on photographing headstones

Started by Sherry Hightower Mar 26, 2010.

Guedry Cemetery, Batson, Hardin Co., TX

Started by Sherry Hightower Mar 20, 2010.

Magnolia Cemetery, Jefferson County 7 Replies

Started by Kate Steere. Last reply by Sherry Hightower Mar 4, 2010.

Rockwall Union Cemetery, Jasper County

Started by Sherry Hightower Jan 28, 2010.

Cemetery along Pine Island Bayou

Started by Russell Jordan Jan 2, 2010.

Selma Family Cemetery, Cherokee County

Started by Sherry Hightower Dec 27, 2009.

Lost Milvid Cemetery, Liberty County 1 Reply

Started by Sherry Hightower. Last reply by Sherry Hightower Dec 22, 2009.

Map of Tyler County with cemetery locations shown

Started by Sherry Hightower Dec 21, 2009.

Help! Collin County Cemetery lovers

Started by Sherry Hightower Nov 11, 2009.

Old Danville Cemetery, Montgomery County

Started by Sherry Hightower Sep 8, 2009.

TX-CEMETERY-PRESERVATION

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Comment by Charlie Vines on December 10, 2011 at 12:02pm

The team at GenealogyTrails.com spends time throughout the year researching and transcribing data for different states. All data that comes in is posted to the
appropriate county/state. During the first three weeks of December we are
focusing on Texas (the entire state). I currently host Dallas, Hunt, and
Lubbock Counties within the state. If anyone would be interested in posting any data related to Texas (or anywhere else for that matter), please forward it to me orto the appropriate county host and we will work to get it posted.

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Comment by Russell Jordan on July 5, 2011 at 3:11pm
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GSiman=1&...  ----Peter,this is a link to old City Cemetery in Galveston at Find-A-Grave. Maybe someone there can find what you need. Good Luck !!~
Comment by Peter Stines on July 5, 2011 at 9:31am

I'm looking for a burial record for Susan Boulmay. She died in Chambers County in 1880's and was buried in Galveston. Her parents were Isaac and Katherine Boulmay. I have the obit but no cemetery is mentioned.

Comment by Peter Stines on July 5, 2011 at 9:30am
Do orders for exhuming a body in Galveston exist ? Annie Augusta Stines died in Galveston in Dec 1875. I'm not sure where she was buried but I suspect it was Old City as the family had a burial there already. We think Annie was exhumed when the family moved to Chambers County in 1878-79. I'm almost positive she was re-buried in the family cemetery on Double Bayou. No marked headstone but there is a slab indicating a grave.
Comment by Peter Stines on July 5, 2011 at 9:26am
Are there any plats or origina pre-1900 storm records for burials in the Old City Cemetery in Galveston ? I've seen "Records of Internments Vol. 1" and would like to see Volume 2. Mary Smith died Jan 25, 1866 and was buried the next day. Cause of death was pneumonia. She was from Boston. I'm hoping there is a death record that gives her date of birth. Her age was given as 67. As I undestand it Old City was filled in ater 1900 storm so Mary's grave is probably forever lost.
Comment by Sherry Hightower on April 26, 2011 at 1:31am
Just wanted to let others know that I have not been able to get out and about since I lost my car last year. If anyone is getting to visit, discover and photograph the cemeteries or have questions, please post so we can share!!
Comment by Sherry Hightower on July 21, 2010 at 12:39am
Holliday, Archer Co., TX
Info on this little town from the Handbook of Texas Online

Holliday Cemetery Association, P.O. Box 716, Holliday, Texas 76366

The cemetery has a wonderful website and they have their headstones online in the Photo Gallery
Comment by Sherry Hightower on July 21, 2010 at 12:26am
Tomball, Harris Co., TX Zion Luthern Cemetery, now an official Historic Cemtery

http://www.tribunenews.com/news/community-briefs/1186-zion-cemetery...

Zion Lutheran Church Cemetery has been named an official State of Texas Historic Cemetery by members of the Harris County Historical Commission.

To celebrate this designation, the Cemetery will be the site of a dedication ceremony on June 27 at 2 p.m. to mark the unveiling of the Historical Cemetery Marker. The cemetery is located at 25800 Zion Lutheran Cemetery Road. The dedication of the Official Historic State Cemetery Marker will be conducted by members of the Harris County Historical Commission.

According to Zion Lutheran Church Cemetery Committee Chairman Charles Bogs, in order to receive official recognition as a historic cemetery, several months worth of research, conversations with state representatives and application processes were required.

Bogs explained that the cemetery was founded by the Mueller family in 1873 and was later used by the Stuebner family, who were neighbors of the Muellers. The cemetery was conveyed to Zion Lutheran Church in 1907 and is still in use today.

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Comment by Sherry Hightower on July 6, 2010 at 4:49pm
Just posted a review of the Restlawn Memorial Park Cemetery in El Paso.

http://www.texashistoryhunter.net/cfhr/texas.html
Comment by Sherry Hightower on April 14, 2010 at 10:08pm
BEGINNING APRIL 17th 2010

Houston Library System announces new (cutback) hours. If you are going to the Clayton Genealogical Library, Houston Metropolitan Research Center or The African American Library at Gregory School, the NEW hours are

Mon -Tues -Thurs: 10am to 6pm
Wed: 10am to 8pm
Friday -Sun: CLOSED
Sat: 10am to 5pm
 

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