Historic cemeteries in
Gonzales, Texas

Andrews Chapel Cemetery Antioch Cemetery Askey Cemetery Belmont Cemetery Billings Cemetery Bundick Cemetery Bundick Cemetery Bunting Family Cemetery Burris Cemetery Camp Brazil Cemetery Caraway Cemetery Clabber Town Cemetery De Witt Cemetery Denton Creek Cemetery Dewville Cemetery Dickinson Cemetery Dikes Cemetery Dilworth Cemetery Ebeneezer Cemetery Ellis Cemetery Ellis-Nance Cemetery Evans Chapel Cemetery Fanning Cemetery Foster Cemetery Fullilove Cemetery Gates Cemetery Gonzales Memorial Park Cemetery Gonzales Old Jewish Cemetery Green De Witt Cemetery Greenwood Cemetery Greenwood Cemetery Griffin Cemetery Harris Chapel-Rising Star Cemetery Harwood Cemetery Haschke Cemetery Hodge Cemetery Hodges Cemetery Holmes Cemetery Jewish Cemetery King Cemetery Kokernot Cemetery Liberty Cemetery Lockridge-Minter Cemetery Masonic Cemetery McClure-Braches Cemetery McKeller Cemetery Monthalia African American Cemetery Monthalia Catholic Cemetery Monthalia Lutheran Cemetery Monthalia Methodist Cemetery Monthalia Methodist Episcopal Church (new) Cemetery Mount Enon-Dement Cemetery Nixon Cemetery Odd Fellows Cemetery Oneill Cemetery Oso Cemetery Ottine Cemetery Palestine Church Cemetery Pecan Branch Cemetery Pilgrim Cemetery Princeville Cemetery Rancho Nixon Latin Cemetery Rupert Cemetery Sample Cemetery Sandies Chapel Cemetery Saturn Cemetery Slayden Cemetery St James Cemetery St. James Cemetery Steen Cemetery Stonewall Cemetery Storey Cemetery Stroman Cemetery Terrysville Cemetery Union Cemetery Union Hill Cemetery Unknown Graves (S Of 183, Near Artesia Creek) Cemetery Unknown (Church St, Gonzales) Cemetery Unknown (E Of Monthalia) Cemetery Unknown (Mt Eaton Ch) Cemetery Unknown (North College, Gonzales) Cemetery Unknown (Pilgrim Ch) Cemetery Unknown (S Of Bundick) Cemetery Unknown (S Of Bundick, BM 309) Cemetery Unknown (St Union Ch) Cemetery Unknown (Thompsonville) Cemetery Unknown (Wrightsboro) Cemetery Unknown Graves (E Of CR 340/S Of Freeman Creek) Cemetery Unknown Graves (near End Of CR 472) Cemetery Waelder Cementerio Bautista Cemetery Waelder Cemetery Waelder City Cemetery Waelder Community Cemetery Waelder Masonic Cemetery Watson Cemetery White Rancho Cemetery
The cattle industry played a significant role in the development of Texas, with cowboys driving cattle from Texas to railheads in Kansas during the late 1800s and early 1900s.
~ Texas random facts