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Old Mills Place Graveyard
- Also known as Mills Cemetery
- From the intersection of OSR and FM 1452 W go east on FM 1452 to David Ln. (David Lane is also CR 355.). Turn right onto David Ln. and go south .75 miles to Joe David's driveway. Turn right into Joe David's driveway, past his house and barn and to his back fence, which is about .25 miles. There is a gate in his back fence. At this point, look to the left and you will see a very large cedar tree in an open pasture, about 200 feet south of the gate and about 50 feet west of the fence line.
- Endangered-ranch area. Private property. Parts of two tombstones lying next to tree. The previous landowner said that when he bought the property, the stones were sitting upright about 10 feet west of this tree. He was told by other old timers in the area that there was a baby buried here also, but no one is certain of that. There was information on only one of the tombstones. These tombstones and tree are located on an 84 acre tract that is owned by Senator Ranch. Single grave, 1906. - Texas Historical Commission
- Mills Cemetery Transcription from the Madison County TXGenWeb site
- Mills Cemetery Transcription from the USGenWeb Archives
Old Rock Cemetery
- Also known as Rock Cemetery
- From the intersection of FM 39 N and FM 1452 W go west to Blagraves Rd. Turn left on Blagraves and go south 0.85 miles to B. G. Pierce Rd. (In bygone years, this road was known as Old Rock Cemetery Rd.) Turn right on B. G. Pierce Rd. and go west .30 miles. The cemetery is to the right about 100 feet off the road in the trees. You cannot see the cemetery from the road.
- Endangered. Rocks and tombstones are scattered all around in the woods. There are a lot of field stones with markings on them, but you cannot read them. Three concrete markers, the rest were field stones. There are dozens and dozens of stones that do not have anything on them. The cemetery was fenced at one time but is not now. Approx. 13 marked graves, plus many rock/field markers—unknown--earliest about 1880s. - Texas Historical Commission
- Old Rock Cemetery Transcription from the USGenWeb Archives
- Old Rock Cemetery Transcription from the Madison County TXGenWeb site
Old Waverly Cemetery
- Old Waverly Cemetery Graves at findagrave.com
Pete Lahey Cemetery
- Located eight miles north of Madisonville between State Highway 75 and I-45 on Waldrip Lane. It is enclosed by a cyclone fence.
- Pete Lahey Cemetery Transcription from the USGenWeb Archives
- Pete Lahey Cemetery Transcription from the Madison County TXGenWeb site
- Pete Lahey Cemetery Graves at findagrave.com
- 3 mi. S. of Midway, Texas. Cemetery is located on the Forrest Ranch on State Highway 247 South, till you get to Harper Lane, turn left on Harper, this will dead end, and the cemetery is in the pasture. This is private land.
- Private ranch land. CSA. Approx. 15 graves, earliest about 1860s.
- Price Cemetery Transcription from the USGenWeb Archives
- Price Cemetery Transcription from the Madison County TXGenWeb site
- Price Cemetery Graves at findagrave.com