Historic cemeteries in
Brazos, Texas

Alexander Cemetery Barker Family Cemetery Barker's Prairie Cemetery Bickham Cemetery Blume Cemetery Boonville Cemetery Bright Light Cemetery Brushy Cemetery Bryan City Cemetery Burkhalter Cemetery Bush Cemetery Cahill Family-Mt Calvary Cemetery Canaan Cemetery CLAYTON Cemetery College Station Cemetery Concord Cemetery Corgey Cemetery Cottonwood Cemetery Cox Cemetery Dodson Cemetery Ebenezer Cemetery Evans Cemetery Franze Cemetery Fridel Cemetery Friendship Cemetery Goodson Family Cemetery Grandview Cemetery Henry Cemetery Holubec Cemetery House Cemetery Jim Harris Cemetery Kizer Cemetery Kurten Cemetery Macey Cemetery Manning Family Cemetery Minter Springs Cemetery Moravian Czech Cemetery Mount Calvary Cemetery Mount Olive Cemetery Mount Tiver Cemetery New Bethelhem Cemetery New Church Cemetery Newsom Cemetery Oakwood Cemetery Old Bethel Cemetery Old Bryan Yellow Fever Cemetery Old Cottonwood Cemetery Old Henry Cemetery Peach Creek Cemetery Pleasant Hill Cemetery Red Hill Cemetery Reed Family Cemetery Reliance Cemetery Restever Memorial Cemetery Riverside Cemetery Roans Chapel Cemetery Schultze Cemetery Smetana Cemetery #1 Smetana Cemetery #2 Smith Family Cemetery South Family Cemetery Steep Hollow Cemetery Stick Cemetery Texas A&M Cemetery Thompson Creek Cemetery Tryon Cemetery Unknown (between Peach And Thompsom Creek) Cemetery Walker Settlement Cemetery Weaver Family Cemetery Wellborn Cemetery Wesson Cemetery Wheat Cemetery Wixon Cemetery Wixon Creek Cemetery Yellow Fever Cemetery
The Alamo, a mission in San Antonio, is perhaps the most famous historical site in Texas. It was the site of a key battle during the Texas Revolution in 1836.
~ Texas random facts