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Maps, transcriptions, photos and information for cemeteries in every county in Texas.

Hays County Cemeteries F-L

Fitzhugh Cemetery >>

Francisco Coronado Cemetery >>

Fulton Cemetery

  • Located Wimberley near Jacob's Well (no trace of cemetery can be found)
  • Or on the Campbell Ranch off of County Rd 219
  • According to records at the San Marcos Pubilc Library, two Civil War Veterans are buried in the cemetery: Antonio Duran and J.B. Fulton
  • Information from the Hays County Historical Commission.  Scroll down to the bottom of the page to Fulton Cemetery.

Garrett-Gatlin Cemetery >>

Gatlin Cemetery >>

Gatlin-Garrett Cemetery >>

Good Grave >>

Guadalupe Cemetery >>

Heaton - Henson Cemetery

  • 5 grave incriptions
  • Wimberly. One mile off County Rd 314, in an area known as Hidden Valley
  • History and Photos from the Hays County Historical Commission.  Scroll down the page to Heaton-Henson Cemetery.

Hector Cemetery >>

Hector Family Cemetery >>

Henly Cemetery >>

Hernandez Cemetery >>

Holmes Cemetery

  • History and Photos from the Hays County Historical Commission.  Scroll down the page to Holmes Cemetery.

Holt Cemetery

  • Grave of Capt. W.H. Holt
  • Information from the Hays County Historical Commission.  Scroll down the page to Holt Cemetery.

Hugo Cemetery >>

Ireland Cemetery >>

Isham Jones Good Grave >>

Jacobs Well Cemetery >>

Johnson Cemetery >>

Justin Gravesite >>

Klein Cemetery

  • Private burial site marked only by a pile of rocks
  • Located on the Joe Rogers Ranch
  • History from the Hays County Historical Commission.  Scroll down the page to Klein Cemetery.

Krauckau Cemetery >>

Kuykendall 101 Ranch Mausoleum >>

Kuykendall Cemetery >>

Kyle African American Pioneer Cemetery >>

Kyle Cemetery >>

Kyle Family Pioneer Cemetery >>

Kyle Cemetery No. 2 >>

Kyle Family Pioneer Cemetery >>

La Luz Cemetery >>

Lindemann Cemetery

  • Manchaca.  Take FM Road 967 to FM 1626.  Turn right on FM1626 and go about 1 mile to entrance of Hays County Oaks Subdivision. Turn left into the subdivision and drive .4 mile to Country Oaks Drive. Turn right on Country Oaks Drive and to 1.4 miles to Scenic Oak Trail. Go .4 mile to 16001 Scenic Oak Trail. The cemetery is located to the left of this home almost directly across from the entrance to the garage.
  • History and information from the Hays County Historical Commission.  Scroll down the page to Lindemann Cemetery.

Live Oak Cemetery >>

Live Oak Cemetery >>

  • Travis County, contains graves of many Buda residents


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