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Tombstones softly whisper stories of our loved ones gone before us. Listen with your heart as you enter their places of rest.

There is more to recording a cemetery than collecting the names of persons. Each person has a story, and represents a history. The artwork and inscriptions on the grave markers have meaning, or at least, represent traditions carried over through the centuries. A cemetery is a memorial to our lives, remembrance of our traditions, history of our people, perpetual record of yesterday, and a sanctuary of peace and quiet today. Being placed into the ground, we return to our origins.

A cemetery exists because EVERY life is worth loving and remembering   -   ALWAYS.

Alphabetical Listing For All Burials In Dickens County

Link to: Cemetery List with Maps for where they are located in Dickens County

The following is each cemetery listed in burial order or burial map:

Tombstone Image   Afton Cemetery 1 mile north of Afton. (aka known as Cottonwood Cemetery)
            This cemetery still in use today. (Not in Burial Order Yet)

Tombstone Image   Amity Cemetery   5 miles north and 2 miles east of Dickens.
            Burials from 1914 to 1955.
            Amity Cemetery Map

Tombstone Image  Glass Ranch White River Area, 1 burial of Thomas McCarty.

Tombstone Image   Dickens Cemetery   1/2 mile east of Dickens.

Tombstone Image  Espuela Cemetery   7 miles north of Spur.

Tombstone Image   Mayo Cemetery  7 M .9 mi East S/E Of Dickens on 114/Hwy 82 south side of Hwy

Tombstone Image   McAdoo Cemetery   1 mile west and 1/2 mile south of McAdoo.

Tombstone Image   Red Mud Cemetery (aka Tap Cemetery 1886-1963)   11 miles northwest of Spur on farm road 261.

Tombstone Image   Spur Cemetery   1 mile east of Spur.

Tombstone Image  Standifer Thicket   J.William "Bill" Standifer, Buried where he was shot on land formerly owned by Higgins.

Tombstone Image   Steele Hill Cemetery  (aka known as Duck Creek Cemetery)  From Spur, 5 mi SE on Hwy 70 to FM 208, turn right (S) almost 2 miles cemetery is on left, literally at the roadside. Burials from 1923 to 1938.

Tombstone Image   Wesley Family   Lazy WD Ranch

Tombstone Image   Woodward Ranch   12 miles southwest of Spur

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