Cemeteries of Kinney  County Texas

Gloria B. Mayfield, Cemeteries of TX 

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 City  Cemetery Submitter  Map
   * Ballantyne Family Cemetery 28 listings & photos  
   * Chapman Ranch Cemetery 4 listings & photos  
   Fort Clark Post Cemetery
Location: At Fort Clark, Hwy 90 West, Bracketville, Texas. (In 1886, 47 headrocks were made for union soldiers who died at Fort Clark. The first burial occurred in 1879. These graves were moved to the San Antonio National Cemetery before 1909.
 
   * Indian Scout Cemetery 120 listings & photo
The Seminole-Negro Indian Scout Cemetery, where four Medal of Honor recipients have specially marked graves, may be visited on Farm Road 3348 west of Fort Clark and three miles south of U.S. Highway 90.
 
   Vincent Cemetery  
 Brackettville  * Brackettville Cemetery 13 listings & photos  
 Brackettville  * Masonic Cemetery 28 listings & photos  
 Brackettville  * St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Cemetery 32 listings & photos  
 Brackettville  * VFW Cemetery 13 listings & photos  
 Spofford  * Spofford City Cemetery 34 listings & photos  
If you have questions about Kinney County cemeteries, the local contact is: Charolette Corey


If you have general questions about individuals or cemeteries, please use  the  Query Board    

or  For queries when the county is not known, post here.   Unknown Counties Query Board

 

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