Historic cemeteries in
Travis, Texas

Alexander Cemetery Allen-McNeil Cemetery Assumption Cemetery Austin Memorial Park Cemetery Austin State Hospital Cemetery Baker Family Cemetery Banks-Wood Cemetery Barton Springs Baptist Church Cemetery Bee Cave Baptist Church Cemetery Beth Israel #1 Cemetery Beth Israel #2 Cemetery Bethany Cemetery Bethlehem Lutheran Church Cemetery Birch-Vance Cemetery Black Cemetery Near Carl Boggy Creek Masonic Cemetery Boyce Family Cemetery Brown Cemetery Brown Cemetery Burditt Prairie Cemetery Burleson Family Cemetery Caperton Family Cemetery Capitol Memorial Park Cemetery Carl Cemetery Carl Beck Cemetery Cementerio Mexicano De La Luz Cemetery Center Union Cemetery Chapel Hill Memorial Cemetery Charles F Austin Cemetery Collier Cemetery Collins Cemetery Comanche Cemetery Comanche South Cemetery Creedmoor Cemetery Dan Brown Cemetery Darter Cemetery Davidson-Littlepage Cemetery Davis Cemetery Decker Cemetery Dessau Cemetery Dittmore-Bell-Springs Bassford Cemetery Duplicate Of Forest Oaks Memorial Park Cemetery Duty Cemetery Eanes Cemetery Easley Cemetery Elroy Mexican Baptist Church Cemetery Elroy Swedish Baptist Cemetery Enochs Family Cemetery Evangelical Free Church Memorial Garden Cemetery Evangelical St. John Lutheran Cemetery Evelyn Cemetery Evergreen Cemetery Fall Creek Cemetery Fall Creek Cemetery Fiskville Cemetery Forest Oaks Memorial Park Cemetery Fowler II Cemetery Freitag Cemetery Garfield-Fowler I Cemetery George Herbert Kinsolving Crypt Cemetery Glasscock Cemetery Glasscock Cemetery II Green Pastures Stones Cemetery Greenwood Cemetery Gregg Cemetery Grumbles-Fowler IV Cemetery Hansel Cemetery Haynie Chapel Cemetery Heissner Cemetery Hill Family Cemetery Hornsby Cemetery Hornsby Mexican Cemetery Houston Family Cemetery Huddleston Cemetery I.D. Fowler Cemetery Ike E Brown Cemetery Immanuel Lutheran Church Cemetery Ingram Cemetery J.L. Foster Gravesite Cemetery Jerry W Brown Cemetery John Richards Cemetery John Wilson Family Cemetery Jones (Hispanic/Black) On Cadillac Rd Cemetery Jones-Anglo (on Cadillac) Cemetery Jones-Norwood Cemetery Jones-West Side Cemetery Joseph Beck Cemetery Joseph J. Manor Cemetery Jourdan-Giles Cemetery Kimbro Cemetery Littig Cemetery Live Oak Cemetery Lockwood Cemetery Longview #1 Cemetery Manda Cemetery Manda Episcopal Methodist Church Cemetery Manor City Cemetery Marshall-Eanes Cemetery Martin Family Cemetery Maul Cemetery Maxey Cemetery McCuistion Cemetery McKown Cemetery Meeks Family Cemetery Melvin Jackson Cemetery Memorial Hill Park Cemetery Merrilltown Cemetery Methodist Episcopal Church Of Mount Salem Cemetery Mt. Calvary Cemetery Nameless Cemetery Nelson Family Cemetery New Sweden Lutheran Church Cemetery Nolen-Stanley Cemetery North Bohls Cemetery Nuckols Crossing Road Cem Cemetery Oak Grove Cemetery Oak Hill Cemetery Oakwood Cemetery Oliver Cemetery Ottens Cemetery Park Springs Cemetery Patterson-Riley Cemetery Pecht Cemetery Perry Cemetery Pfluger Cemetery Pleasant Valley Cemetery Plummer Cemetery Plummers Cemetery Post Oak Bend Cemetery Prairie Hill Cemetery Preece Cemetery Prince Of Peace Cemetery Puckett Cemetery Rector Cemetery Roberts-Teague Cemetery Rogers Hill-Burleson Cemetery Rose Hill Cemetery Rosenbusch Grave Cemetery Ross Family - San Jose Ave Cemetery Round Mountain Cemetery Saint Mary's Cemetery Salem Lutheran Church Cemetery San Jose #2 Cemetery San Jose #3 Cemetery San Jose Cemetery Santa Maria Cemetery Schiller Cemetery Sebron G. Sneed Cemetery Simpson Cemetery Singleton Family Cemetery Slaughter Cemetery Smith Family Cemetery Sneed-McArthur Cemetery South Bohls Cemetery Spillman Cemetery Strickland-Longview Cemetery Tarleton Cemetery Teck Cemetery Texas State Cemetery Townsend Farmstead Cemetery Trautwein Cemetery Travis County International Cemetery Travis State School Cemetery Tucker Cemetery Unknown At Hornsby Bend Cemetery Vasquez Cemetery Wallace Cemetery Walnut Creek Cemetery Waters Cemetery White Rock Cemetery Williamson Creek 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