Williamson County
Texas History


San Gabriel Cemetery
Old Georgetown Cemetery
Old Black Cemetery
Blue Hole Cemetery
Georgetown, Texas


new marker site -
it was located in the back of the cemetery

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Blue Hole Park Rd at Scenic Dr near
Martin Luther King St (2nd St.) intersection

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History Marker

Marker text

  This site on the south bank of the South San Gabriel River, a portion of the land donated by George W. Glasscock in 1848 for the county seat of Williamson County, was used as a burial plot from 1840 to 1902.  Many pioneer citizens lie buried here – Many names unknown and graves unmarked.


  Restoration of “The Old Georgetown Cemetery” was begun in 1968 by the Georgetown Historical Survey Committee with the co-operation of the interested people who “Did Not Forget”.

The Richarte High School survey competed in 1997




MP3 audio file (oral history)
on the Old Georgetown Cemetery


text of the presentation
by one of Georgetown's own; J.C. Johnson
he is one of Georgetown's historians


aerial view map


  GPS Coordinates
Latitude 30.64204 - Longitude -97.68191
UTM 14 R - Easting: 626306 - Northing: 3390673

Martin Luther King St (2nd St.) intersection

interment listing
also view

View interment list by John Christeson on findagrave.com

view Historical Cemeteries in Georgetown

view Historical Cemeteries in Williamson County