Historic cemeteries in
Wise, Texas

Allison Family Cemetery Alvord Cemetery Anneville Cemetery Annis Chapel Cemetery Arkansas Cemetery Arkansas Johnson Grave Cemetery Aurora Cemetery B & D Dabney Cemetery Ball Knob Cemetery Baptist Cemetery Bethel -Rhome Cemetery Bethel Cemetery #1 Bethel Cemetery #3 Blocker Cemetery Boonesville Cemetery Booth Cemetery Boyd Cemetery Briar Branch Cemetery Bridgeport Catholic Cemetery Bridgeport East Cemetery Bridgeport West Cemetery Charlie Jones Grave Cemetery Chico Cemetery Chief Red Feather Grave Cemetery Cottondale Cemetery Cottonwood Cemetery Crafton Cemetery Cumbey Cemetery Dawson Cemetery Deep Creek Cemetery Dunn-Comstock Cemetery East Mount Cemetery Easton Cemetery Eaton Cemetery Eternal Oaks Cemetery Flat Rock Cemetery Foster Cemetery Friendship Cemetery Garvin Cemetery Gilley Cemetery Glass Cemetery Grandview Cemetery Greenwood Cemetery Hefley Cemetery Hopewell Cemetery Howard Cemetery Hyde Cemetery Indian Creek Cemetery Isabelle Cemetery Jonestown Cemetery Keeter Cemetery Kincannan Cemetery Lake Valley Cemetery Loftis Family Cemetery Lone Star Cemetery McDaniel Cemetery McNair Cemetery Mount Cemetery New Bridgeport Cemetery Norwood Cemetery Oaklawn Cemetery #1 Oaklawn Cemetery #2 Old Cottondale Cemetery Old Friendship Cemetery Olive Branch Cemetery Opal Cemetery Owen's Pasture Cemetery Paradise Cemetery Pella Cemetery Perkins Cemetery Pleasant Grove Cemetery #1 Pleasant Grove Cemetery #2 Pleasant Grove Cemetery #3 Pleasant View Church Cemetery Pope Cemetery Prairie Point Cemetery Preskitt Cemetery Press Perkins Grave Cemetery Rush Creek Community Cemetery S.J.C. Grave Possible Grave Of Jynthella J. Cooper Cemetery Saint Clair Grave Cemetery Sand Hill Cemetery Saunders Cemetery Slidell Cemetery Slimp Cemetery Slimp Cemetery Sweetwater Cemetery Sycamore Cemetery Teague Cemetery Thurmond-Fairview Cemetery Trimble Cemetery Tucker Cemetery Union Hill Cemetery Unknown Grave (E. Of Decatur, S. Of Old Denton Hwy, N Of Sweetwater Creek) Cemetery Unknown Graves SW Of Annaville Cemetery Unnamed Cemetery #2 Unnamed Cemetery #3 Unnamed Cemetery #4 Valley View Cemetery Waggoner Cemetery Westbrook Cemetery Willow Point Cemetery Wilson Cemetery Wilson Praire Cemetery Woods Cemetery
In the late 19th century, Texas became known for its cattle drives, in which cowboys would move herds of cattle from Texas to railheads in Kansas and other northern states. The cattle drives were dangerous and difficult work, but they played a key role in the development of the American cattle industry.
~ Texas random facts