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

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Real County Cemeteries A-C

Allen Cemetery

  • Allen Ranch property about 2 miles southwest of Leakey.

Alvin and Will Odle Cemetery

Barksdale Cemetery

Boales Cemetery >>

Boren Family Cemetery

Buchanan Ranch Cemetery

  • This family cemetery was established at the death of Vada May (Brooks) Buchanan. Both she and her husband, Jon William Buchanan, were born in Frio Canyon and had lived most of their lives at one location of the ranch. The cemetery is fenced with a cyclone fence and there is space for many more family members. Names of interred: Buchanan, Vada May Brooks 9/21/08 –12/14/02 and Buchanan, John William 5/15/06-7/23/95. - Texas Historic Sites Atlas
  • Buchanan Ranch Cemetery Graves at findagrave.com

Bullard Cemetery

  • Also known as Bullard Divide Cemetery
  • Crider Ranch south of Hwy 41 in Northern Real County.
  • Chris Columbus Bullard was born in Tennessee/Missouri area in 1836. He died on May 18, 1909 in Edwards County (now Real) on what now is the Doyle Crider Ranch. An unidentified child is buried near the Bullard grave. At one time a fence enclosed the graves but the location and condition are unknown now. Bullard, cc1836-5/18/09. - Texas Historic Sites Atlas

Bybee Hollow Cemetery

  • Bindock Ranch, Bybee Hollow, about 6 miles north of Leakey, US 83. Within the Bindock Ranch.
  • Bybee child and Smith child are buried here. The graves of 2 boys who died of whooping cough in 1880 were seen in 1940. They were all marked with flagstones. Graves are those of Bybee, Georgia ca1873 before 1880 and Smith, Lee (son of Wm B and Catherine Bybee. - Texas Historic Sites Atlas

Campgrounds Cemetery

Camp Woods Cemetery >>

Chisum Cemetery >>

Clark Cemetery >>

Clark Family Cemetery >>

Clark, John Ranch Cemetery

  • A daughter of John Albert Clark arranged for the burial of her husband, Melvin Odelle Allen on the family Ranch. At her death, Alma Alice (Clark) Allen Crennshaw was buried there as well.
  • Cemetery is listed in the Texas Historic Sites Atlas.

Cypress Creek Cemetery >>



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