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Proctor Cemetery


At the intersection of CR 341 and CR 355, east of Hwy 67/Hwy 377, Proctor

From Proctor, go south on FM 1476 about 1/2 mile, then go left onto County Road about 2 miles.


The land on which this cemetery is located was once part of a farm owned by the pioneer Larkin Gyger family. The first person interred here was W.B. Long (1817-1875), a Methodist minister and neighbor of the Gyger family. As the small town of Proctor began to grow with the arrival of the railroad in the 1890s, this gradually became a community graveyard, fifty-seven of the graves are from the nineteenth century. Also buried here are nine veterans of the Civil War. A cemetery association, organized in 1940, maintains the historic burial ground. (1988) - Historical Marker Text


Proctor Cemetery Transcription from

Proctor Cemetery Graves at

book | by Dr. Radut