Historic cemeteries in
Colorado, Texas

Adams Cemetery Adkins Cemetery Allen Cemetery Alley Cemetery Alleyton Cemetery Boeer Cemetery Boetcher Cemetery Borden Cemetery Bretschneider Cemetery Brown Cemetery Brownson Cemetery Brune Cemetery Cheetham Cemetery Clear Creek Cemetery Columbus' Old City Cemetery Eagle Lake Cemetery North Fitzgerald Cemetery Floyd Cemetery Gaedecke Cemetery Garwood Cemetery Garwood Methodist Cemetery Gay Hill Cemetery Grace Cemetery Grewe Cemetery Halyard Cemetery Hebrew Benevolence Society Cemetery Hehr Cemetery Hill Memorial Park Cemetery Himley Cemetery Hinks Cemetery Ijams Cemetery Jokse Cemetery Kaiser Cemetery Kansteiner Cemetery Kellner Cemetery Laas Cemetery Lakeside Cemetery Lilie Cemetery Live Oak Cemetery Masonic Cemetery McElory Cemetery Mexican Cemetery Miller Cemetery Miller Creek Cemetery Montgomery Thatcher Cemetery Mount Zion Cemetery Myrtle Cemetery Nada Cemetery Oakland Cemetery Old Brune Cemetery Old Osage Cemetery Osage Community Cemetery Pinchback Obenchain Cemetery Pleasant Hill Cemetery Pleasant Hill Cemetery Prause Cemetery Rees Cemetery Reichardt Cemetery Riesing Cemetery Shaws Bend Cemetery Shepard Memorial Cemetery Sommerlotte Cemetery St. Michael Cemetery Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery Union Hill Cemetery Unknown (Marys Branch) Cemetery Unknown (Columbus; S Of City Park) Cemetery Unknown (Columbus; S Of City Park) Cemetery Unknown (Cottonwood Creek) Cemetery Unknown (E Of Gay Hill Cem) Cemetery Unknown (E Of Greater Rising Star Ch) Cemetery Unknown (E Of McKinnon Branch) Cemetery Unknown (Mt Carmel Ch) Cemetery Unknown (N Of Kansteiner Cem) Cemetery Unknown (Nada; St Mary Ch) Cemetery Unknown (NE Of Kellner Cem) Cemetery Unknown (NW Of Zion Cem) Cemetery Unknown (S Of Ratliff Creek) Cemetery Unknown (San Bernard River) Cemetery Unknown (St Peter And Paul) Cemetery Unknown (St Rochs Ch) Cemetery Unknown (Trinity Ch) Cemetery Unknown (W Of South Point Ch) Cemetery Unknown Grave Cemetery Unknown Graves Cemetery Weimar Masonic Cemetery Willing Workers Cemetery Zimmerscheidt-Leyendecker Cemetery Zion Cemetery
Texas was once an independent country: After winning its independence from Mexico in 1836, Texas became its own country, known as the Republic of Texas. It existed as an independent nation for nine years before being annexed by the United States in 1845.
~ Texas random facts