Honey Grove Preservation League

Saving and Documenting the History of Honey Grove, Texas


Cemeteries

There are two cemeteries within Honey Grove:  Oakwood Cemetery and Cedar Hill Cemetery.


Oakwood Cemetery has over 5700 burials, dating from 1854, and doubtless many more unknown burials.  Detailed information on burials at Oakwood is available on the Fannin County GenWeb site.  Read more about Oakwood Cemetery HERE.












Cedar Hill Cemetery, an historical Afro-American cemetery, has about 500 known burials, and doubtless many more unknown burials.  Detailed information on burials at Cedar Hill is available on the Fannin County GenWeb site.











There are also many cemeteries in the rural areas outside of Honey Grove where Honey Grove residents were buried.  These include Shiloh, Allens Point, McCraw Chapel and many others.  For a full list of of Fannin County cemeteries, refer to the Fannin County GenWeb site.


Throughout this website we have frequent links to the Fannin County GenWeb site.


In addition, many people living in or in the vicinity of Honey Grove were buried in adjacent Lamar County, in cemeteries such as Hickory Grove and Forest Hill.  Lamar County cemetery records can be searched on the Lamar County GenWeb site.  See an historic photo of Hickory Grove cemetery HERE.


If you have photographs or obituaries or other information on individuals buried in Fannin County, please contact the Fannin County GenWeb site at txfannin@gmail.com.  We work closely with the Fannin County GenWeb site to avoid duplication of effort.