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Greenbriar Cemetery

Also known as Greenbrier Cemetery


From Madisonville, take SH 75 about 4 mi. N to CR 306, go W about 3/4 mi. to Greenbriar Rd, go S about 1/2 mi. to cemetery


Greenbrier Cemetery. Lillis Jane and James C. Colwell deeded one acre of land at this site for a community school in 1884. When their four-year-old daughter, Callie Lorena, died in 1888, part of the school property was set aside for a cemetery. A two-room schoolhouse stood beside the cemetery from about 1890 until the 1940s, when Greenbrier began to decline. The cemetery contains the graves of over 200 pioneer settlers and their descendants, as well as veterans of the Civil War, World Wars I and II, and the Korean War. It has been cared for by the Greenbrier Cemetery Association since 1939. - Historical Marker Text. Marker erected 1991. 


Greenbriar Cemetery Transcription from the USGenWeb Archives

Greenbrier Cemetery Transcription from the Madison County TXGenWeb site 

Photos from the Madison County TXGenWeb site

Greenbrier Cemetery Graves at findagrave

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