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Danville Cemetery >>

Decker Prairie Cemetery >>

Decker Prairie Cemetery >>

Dr. Charles B. Stewert Cemetery

  • Hwy 105 W of Conroe. Turn left on Keenan Road, near Hwy, marker on left side of road.
  • Endangered, marked only with stones, fence down. Tx Centennial. Marker—First Sec. Of State. Constitutional delegate, member of Legislature. Marker enclosed, fence posts and barbed wire down on front side. About 2 city blocks east of marker is what appears to be a cemetery, several sunken places that are marked in a pattern with rocks. W of marker is a large old well. There are two very old cedar trees, one fallen. Republic of Tx burial.

Dry Creek Grater Cemetery >>

Duprie Cemetery

  • From Conroe take Hwy 105 West to Dobbin TX, then take FM 1486. Go about 2.6 miles, turn right on first road past Jackson Road. Cemetery is in deep woods. Private Property.

East River Baptist Church Cemetery >>

Ebenezer Cemetery

  • Aka Ebenezer African Methodist Church Cemetery
  • Off Shepherd Hill Rd out of Willis, TX
  • Approx. 20 burials, some unmarked, earliest about 1890s.

Evergreen Cemetery >>

Forest Park >>

Fostoria Cemetery No. 1 >>

Fostoria Cemetery No. 2 >>

Frank E. Leonard Grave

  • Location about 400 feet off Hwy 2090; S about 0.4 mile. W from Hwy 59 in Splendora. About 50 ft. back of Austin stone and cedar shake ranch-style home built by Horace Wright in 1951.
  • Endangered, 50 feet from 1951 house construction on old Leonard site. One grave. Frank Leonard’s old log cabin set where Mr. Wright built his modern home. The old Conroe-Splendora Road runs in front of the 1951 Wright house.

Freeman Cemetery >>

Garden Park Cemetery >>

Golden Gate Cemetery >>

Goodson Cemetery >>

Gorgey Cemetery >>

Grater-Dry Creek Cemetery >>

Graveyard, Dobbin

  • From Conroe take Hwy 105 West to Dobbin TX, then take left FM 1486 --turn right on first road past Jackson Road-cemetery is in deep woods.
  • Private. Remote access. Approx. 8 marked graves, plus many unmarked. Earliest marked about 1930s.

Griffith Cemetery >>

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