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Montgomery County Cemeteries H-L

Hickory Grove Cemetery >>

Jacob Shannon Evergreen Cemetery >>

John English Cemetery

  • From Deckers Prairie, TX. take Hardin Store Road.
  • Approx. 33 burials, some unmarked, one marked with shells. Earliest marked about 1940s.

Johnson Cemetery

  • Located off Walden Road--a part of the Dan Madeley place. Cemetery is on Old County Road.
  • Endanger potential, apparent subdivision thru area. Slave burials; WWI and WWII. Grave slabs, Silver Trowel emblem. References to Collins & Johnson Funeral home. Dan Madeley gave 17 acres for this cemetery and 2 acres for a church, part of Dan Madeley place. Approx. 200 burials, some graves unmarked. One section of cemetery for White, Mexican or Spanish people. Many unmarked graves or rock markers both in and outside of chain fence. Cemetery used in slavery days. Earliest marked about 1900. - Historic Sites Atlas

Johnson Road - Votaw Cemetery >>

Jones Chapel Cemetery

  • Off Hwy 105, off FM 2854, near Dr. Rice’s Vet Clinic.
  • Approx. 25 marked graves plus many unmarked graves. Earliest about 1940s.

Keenan Cemetery >>

Kid Cemetery >>

Kidd Cemetery No. 1

  • Off Stidham, Fenley, Needham Roads, left on Needham. (Stidham Rd is off IH 45 or FM1314) Kidd Cemetery is located 3 miles south of Conroe.
  • Approx. 60 marked graves, earliest about 1910s, some with no dates.

Kid Cemetery No 2 >>

Koonce-Urech Cemetery >>

Lakeview-Plainview Cemetery >>

Lewis Dupree Graveyard

Landrum-Springer Cemetery

  • Also known as Springer-Landrum Cemetery
  • From Conroe take 105 West to Montgomery--go about 2 miles on FM149 to a big tree & locked gate--turn right-go 1 miles west-on a hilltop of grove of scrubtrees.
  • American Revolution; D.A.R. markers. Two marked burials, other unknown or unmarked gravesites. Earliest marked about 1830s.


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