PLEASE read this before you browse or use the database!
This is a record of all the cemeteries (not burials).
This is a record of burials, cemetery by cemetery.
This is a record of burials for one cemetery.
Information contained in these records are for the private use of individual researchers.
Commercial reproduction of these records in any form is forbidden without the expressed written
consent of Ron Brothers and Betsy Mills. Individual information may be quoted in its entirety
only if the proper source citation is given, e.g.,
Betsy Mills & Ron Brothers, The Death and Cemetery Records of Lamar County, Texas, On-Line Edition
(Paris, TX: ReBroMa Press, 2008.)
These records are both death and cemetery records. To be in this database one may:
Die in Lamar County and be buried elsewhere
Be buried in Lamar County
Have a tombstone in place in the county
Some females are entered separately by maiden and married names. ( ) around a
name indicates a married name of the female, NOT the maiden name.
A blank space in the “Date of Death” means the person has a tombstone and is not deceased or no death date was present.
“See Notes” means they died in Lamar County but were buried elsewhere.
If you have additions, corrections or would like a biography included in a record please use the
add/change link after you locate the person. We strongly believe in citing sources, therefore
your U.S. mailing address must be sent before any changes can be made to records because
YOU are the source.
Please do not email a query about one person. What you see is all that we have. Please be patient, I'm doing the best I can.
Use of the database implies your agreement to the above.
IF YOU HAVE TIES TO LAMAR COUNTY
YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF
AND YOUR ANCESTORS
TO BECOME A MEMBER OF
THE LAMAR COUNTY
Many thanks to Roberta Woods, Ruth Renfro, Mary Claunch Lane, Pat Ferguson, Mary Hall Ferguson, Skipper Steely, Carmen Burks, Debbie Burks, Debbie Anderson, Debra Usry and all the many other researchers for the time and effort they have spent in adding data to this project.
In Memory of the late Elizabeth House
for her love, kindness,
understanding, patience, unfaltering support
and her many years of dedication and service to this project.