San Jose I Cemetery

Name of cemetery:San Jose I Cemetery
Location of cemetery:700 block of Montopolis Dr., Austin, Texas
Driving Directions:Take 183 south, turn right on Montopolis. Go south on Montopolis, cemetery is on right side, between Ponca St. and Richardson.
Appearance:Abandoned; overgrown with high grass, shrubs, small trees, rose bushes; head stones hard to see.
Date transcribed:June 2008
Transcribed by:Mary M. Elizabeth
Notes:THIS LISTING IS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER ONLY. Early settlers identified in previous censuses marked with * after name.There are two previous censuses. One by Austin History Center (AHC) with no date and one in 1983 by Arturo G. Aleman. Headstones are the primary source of data. Previous censuses are secondary sources.
Please noteThis page is part of the Austin Genealogical Society’s Cemetery Transcription Project. This information was compiled by volunteers who either transcribed historical records or visited the cemetery to write down the names and dates. Unless noted, the volunteer is not an affiliate of the cemetery.

San Jose I is located in the 700 block of Montopolis Drive in Austin, Texas. The closest street on the north side is Ponca and on the south side is Richardson. The west boundary of the cemetery is parallel to Culp St. On the north side about half way between Montopolis and Culp the north boundary of the cemetery meets Short Kemp St. Next to the cemetery on Montopolis Drive to it at the north side is the St. Edward Baptist Church. There is a white clapboard church building next to the cemetery at the south side. Neither church is associated with the cemetery.

The entrance to San Jose I is on Montopolis Drive. There are steps leading up to the cemetery and the name of the cemetery in a metal arch above the steps. The remains of the original entrance to San Jose I are at the northwest corner of the cemetery.

San Jose I looks old and its lack of continual caretaking over the decades is apparent. It is usually mowed now but the grass is not watered and there are patches of bare ground in places. The rows of headstones are not straight or uniform. Empty spaces between graves and sunken spaces indicate graves that are no longer marked. There are many broken and very weathered headstones. Trash and litter are often present on the east side of the cemetery.

Most of the headstones are old and hand made out of cement. They are usually lettered by hand and display all levels of artistic ability and spelling. Several are covered with black structural tile. There are a few children’s headstones still decorated with some of the marbles that originally covered them. Others retain some of the shells or hexagonal tiles that originally decorated them. There are cement crosses, some that bear epitaphs. A few wooden crosses still survive.

Although there are several types of headstones that are recognizable each one is unique. Generally there is little uniformity in size, shape, and composition. Although most are made of cement there are some of granite and marble. Some graves are marked only with metal funeral home markers. Some have only a cement border.

In the larger area of the cemetery closest to Montopolis Drive the headstones face east. In the smaller and original plot on the west side the headstones face north.

There is a path that winds generally through the center of the cemetery toward the northwest which members of the surrounding community use to get to businesses on Montopolis Drive.

In about the center of the cemetery stands a very old live oak tree. To the south of this tree are two family plots marked by a central obelisk surrounded by an iron fence or cerca in the shape of a five pointed star.

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NAME OF DECEASEDDATE OF BIRTHDATE OF DEATHMARKINGS
Name illegible  The only thing legible in 2008 is the date 1922. Unknown if this is the date of birth, death, or both.
Name illegibleDec. 13, 1941Dec. 21, 1947 
Ignacio 1935This could be Ignacio Rios listed below.
J. ______Nov. 15, 1946Nov. 15, 1946North central area of cemetery. Small abstract lambs at top of stone.
Juan *18951936Listed in both previous censuses but no marker found for 2008. This might be an upright weathered stone in south central area of cemetery facing east. Cement border around grave.
Miguel  No dates. Hand lettered, hard to read. Northeast quadrant.
Rebeca19441949These dates may not be correct. Surname and complete dates no longer legible.
Rosa  The only date is Feb. 4, 1954. Child’s grave
Abrego, Tirso *Jan. 28, 1883Feb. 10, 1946Central area of cemetery.
Acosta, Ignacio *18871941 
Acosta, Margarita * Oct. 24, 1952On headstone in Spanish “82 years old.” Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Acosta, Maria D. *18881936Southwest quadrant of cemetery near Montopolis Dr.
Adame, Loreta R. 1933On headstone in Spanish “29 years old.” First name could be Coreta or Lopeta.
Aguilar, San Juana *18781946In Spanish, “Memorial by her political daughter V.G.” South central area of cemetery.
Aguirre, Rosa 17-Jun-26Day of death could the the 27th. Age on headstone either 12 or 17 years. Stone with initials “B.G.” also placed here.
Aleman, ArturoOct. 10, 1920Aug. 9, 1923Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Aleman, Carlota19111939 
Aleman, Eleutea MedinaFeb. 21, 1911Aug. 15, 1944Year of birth could be 1914. First name could be Elentea. Central area of cemetery near star shaped fence.
de Aleman, Eulalia RuizFeb. 12, 1876Jan. 1, 1944Day of death could be the 10th.
Aleman, Joe8-Jun-31Jan. 18, 1951Southwest corner of cemetery, second from west fence.
Aleman, Maria DoloresAug. 10, 1934Aug. 27, 1934Year of birth could be 1931. Child’s grave. North central area of cemetery. Cement border around grave.
Aleman, Maria de los Dolores A. 1941Child’s grave. North central area of cemetery in row with the child listed directly above. Near tree.
Aleman, Patricia  No dates. Names of parents on headstone – _ Aleman and D.S. Martines. Cement border around grave. North central area in row with children listed directly above.
Aleman, Pedro Jan. 7, 1939Year of death may be 1940.
  Field malfunction 
Aleman, Zara Maria de Lordes 1933North central area of cemetery in row of five children’s graves near tree.
de Alvarado, Petra1884Dec. 29, 1937Central area of cemetery near north fence.
Arellano, PedroMar. 30, 1952April 2. 1952West central area of cemetery.
de Arias, TomasaMar. 7, 1908Aug. 27, 1944Northwest quadrant of cemetery. Cement border around grave.Â
Arispe, JosephineFeb. 22, 19221956Month and day of death very hard to read. West side of cemetery.
Arredondo, Demetrio Jr.  No dates. Mother’s name on headstone Trini M. Arredondo. North central area of cemetery.
Arredondo, Jovita N.Oct. 27, 19061-Jul-46 
Arredondo, Maria *Oct. 27, 1915Jan. 19, 1940Buried with other family members. See Eleno Guerrero below.
Arriola, C.F. or G.F. Sept. 5, 1938Initials difficult to read. Year of death may not be correct.
Arriola, Sebera TerrazasFeb.28, 1881Sept. 5, 1937 
Aros, Sofia 5-Jun-40In Spanish “24 years old.” Daughter’s initials “V.Z.”
Avila, ManuelAug. 4, 1939Feb. 27, 1940Upright stone in northwest quadrant of cemetery near tree and fence.
B., G.  No dates. Just initials “G.B.” on headstone.
Banda, Henry19351947Northeast quadrant of cemetery.
Banda, Raul1930Jan. 6, 1942Northeast quadrant of cemetery.
Barron, Maria R. * 11-Mar-43In Spanish “89 years old.” East side close to Montopolis Dr.
Bedell, Cornelius *Mar. 25, 1873Mar. 19, 1951On headstone year of death is 1951. In previous censuses it is 1954. Southwest corner of cemetery.
Beltran, Augustin *5-May-00Mar. 9, 1939Northeast quadrant of cemetery. Black lichens.
Benites, Manuel G.Dec. 21, 1938Jan. 25, 1959Northwest corner of cemetery near original entrance.
Beserra, Inez T.Jan. 21, 1891Jan. 12, 1939North central area of cemetery. Cement border around grave. Machine engraved stone.
Bosmans, Juan B.Nov. 12, 1848Jan. 3, 1925Not listed in either previous census. Surname very hard to read. South central area of cemetery.
Briones, Rosa Feb. 1954Month and year difficult to read, may not be correct. West central area of cemetery.
Buantello, JuanJan. 8, 1900Jan. 15, 1925In Spanish “24 years old.” Surname is as listed here. Not listed in either previous census. Two headstones. South central area of cemetery.
C., Faustino S.Feb. 15, 19416-Jul-41Also listed below as S., Faustino C. Initial “R.” is below name and dates on headstone.
Calin, MariaDec. 24, 193231-May-35See Maria Carlin below.
de Camarillio, Petra Gil 1953Listed below as Gil, Petra de Camarillio.Â
Cano, Arturo S.30-Apr-398-May-39 
Cantu, AnacletaJun. 13, 188314-May-52Not listed in either previous census. Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Cantu, ArturoNov. 27, 1947Dec. 1, 1947Brother of Enbangelina Cantu listed below.
Cantu, Celestina * 1930Listed in 1983 census as 25 years old but no marker found for 2008 census.
Cantu, EnbangelinaSept. 21, 1937Jan. 23, 1944Sister of Arturo Cano listed above. Listed in 1983 census as Evangelina. North central area of cemetery near fence. Cement border.
Cantu de Nieto, Feliz * 26-Apr-30Listed below as de Nieto, Feliz Cantu
Cantu, Jose Romulo *190811-Jun-43East side of cemetery near Montopolis Drive
Cantu, Pedrito20-Apr-3028-May-31Day of birth might be the 29th. Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Cantu, Ubaldo14-May-0420-Jul-40 
Cantu, Victoria * 30-Jan-32On headstone in English “53 years.”
Carlin, Juan 1-Apr-33Only base of headstone remains. Northwest quadrant of cemetery. Near Gertrudiz Gomez.
Carlin, MariaDec. 24, 193231-May-35Parents’ names on headstone are Sesilio and Felepa Carlin. Cross broken off. West central area of cemetery by P.S.V.
Carmona, ___ P.  No dates.
Carmona, A.C.Nov. 11, 1925Dec. 14, 1925Another Carmona is buried next to him but the name and dates are difficult to read and have not been entered in 2008 census yet. South central area of cemetery.
Carmona, Feliciano9-Jun-12Feb. 1, 1956Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Carmona, Jesus R. Nov. 4, 1887Date of birth and other information on headstone illegible. Central area of cemetery near Hernandez family with star shaped iron fence. Cement border.
Casarez, AngelitaAug. 5, 1933Oct. 27, 1933
Casas, Matiana Feb. 2, 1946First name difficult to read, looks like “Matirna.”
Castillo, Ancelmo18761930This data listed in AHC and 1983 census. No marker found for 2008. The same data is listed for Ancelmo Castro below.
CastioApril 11, 1919 Year of death and first name too difficult to read.
Castor, FrankSept. 17, 1935Feb. 6, 1954Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Castro, Ancelmo *18761930East side of cemetery. Possibly was listed in previous census as Ancelmo Castillo.
Castro, Fidela *July 8, 1918July 11, 1937North central area of cemetery near fence.
Castro, JoseMar. 19, 1901Jan. 29, 1941 
Castro, Jose T.Oct. 17, 1942May 19, 1951Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Castro, PetraJun. 29, 1953Feb. 22, 1954North central area of cemetery.
Cavazos, DoloresApril 12, 1862Sept. 3, 1928Year of birth could be 1868. Not listed in either previous census. West side of cemetery.
de Celestino, Juanita * 1936Daughter’s name on headstone is Maria Govea. Southeast quadrant of cemetery.
Cifuentez, Pedro Nov. 13, 1928The stone has sunk so much it is unknown if there is a date of birth. Sourthwest quadrant of cemetery
Cisneros, M.A. *May 4, 1889July 27, 1944North central area of cemetery near fence.
Cisneros, R.May 31, 1925Oct. 26, 1944North central area of cemetery near fence.
Colunga, FelicianoJune 9, 1924April 29, 1931South central area of cemetery. “Juvenil” on stone and lamb on top of headstone. Cement border includes two others.
Contreras, Dionicio June 6, 1951Year of birth might be 1931. Date of death on metal funeral home marker. Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Cordova, Silvestre * 1934Listed in AHC and 1983 censuses but no marker found for 2008.
Cortes, Elisardo April 29, 1942On headstone in Spanish “Age 46.” South central area of cemetery facing east.
Cortinas, Finado Incensio *Dec. 28, 1875April 13, 1941Day of death might be the 18th. North central area of cemetery. Cement border.
Covarrubias, AndrewDec. 20, 1954Jan. 20, 1955Northwest quadrant of cemetery near fence.
Crus, Maxima *18931935Surname in AHC and 1983 censuses is Cruz.
Cruz, Alejandro Dec. 4, 1926On headstone in English “Louisiana. Apprentice Seaman U.S. Navy.”
Cruz, RefugiaApril 1, 1860Oct. 15, 1937Day of death might be the 18th and year might be 1932. West central area of cemetery.
Dias, Santna  No dates. Northwest central area of cemetery. Crude cross and hand lettering.
Diaz, Pedro1920 Year of birth might be 1927. Died in the 1920s. Very small stone, hard to read. Southwest quadrant of cemetery by tree.
Dominguez, PaubloJune 29, 1945Nov. 16, 1950First name on headstone as listed here. Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Duran, JisusOct. 5, 1956Oct. 9, 1956Year of birth might be 1954. Northwest quadrant of cemetery in same row with Jose and Martha Duran.
Duran, JoseOct. 5, 1956Oct. 7, 1956Northwest quadrant of cemetery in same row with Jisus and Martha Duran.
Duran, MarthaOct. 5, 1956Oct. 5, 1956Day of death might be the 6th, 8th, or 9th. First name might be Maria. Northwest quadrant of cemetery in same row with Jisus and Jose Duran.
E., A.H.  No dates. Child’s grave. Only initials “A.H.E.” on headstone. Rectangle with flower at top. Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Escobar, Augustin * May 16, 1936On headstone in English military rank and division. East central area of cemetery.
Esparza, Vicenta *18861944South central area of cemetery.
Espinoza, Carlos *18811955Date of death in AHC census was 1953 and in 1983 census 1955.
Esquivel, Apolonio *April 10, 1873July 31, 1935Surname in both previous censuses is “Esquibel.” Southeast quadrant of cemetery.
Estrada,April 17, 1940Sept. 14, 1942First name very difficult to read. Might begin with “E” and might be “Franco.” Day and year of birth very difficult to read.
Estrada, NicolasaNov. 6, 1923May 31, 1940 
Falcon, Consuelo  No dates. Child’s grave. First name may be something else. Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Falcon, Raul  No dates. Child’s grave behind Consuelo Falcon. Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Fernandes, Emilo *Dec. 12, 1907Oct. 6, 1948First name on headstone as listed here. Father’s name on headstone is Antonio Fernandes. Northeast quadrant of cemetery near Montopolis Dr.
Fernandez, Domingo19332007No headstone. Data on metal Mission Funeral Home marker. Northwest quadrant of cemetery near Tomasa Fernandez.
Fernandez, Gamino Sr.19262004No headstone. Data on metal Mission Funeral Home marker. Northwest quadrant of cemetery near Domingo and Tomasa Fernandez.
Fernandez, LibradoMar. 22, 1880Jun. 27, 1943Year of death may not be correct. Not listed in either previous census. Northeast quadrant of cemetery.
Fernandez, Tomasa *19061958Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Flores, Eligia  No dates. Just name on standing cross.
Flores, Eusebia *19141933Central area of cemetery.
Flores, Felix Jr.Feb. 14, 1938Feb. 27, 1946Data on headstone very hard to read.
Flores, Reyes LermaJan. 6, 1909July 3, 1945On headstone in Spanish “To My Mother.” Northwest central area of cemetery. Stone border. Old headstone and cross with red tiles at foot.
Fuentes, Francisca Dec. 3, 1933Day of death might be the 13th. Child’s grave. Parents’ names on headstone are Clotilde and Jesus Fuentes. Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
G., _____ June 5, 1938Beneath name and date “Del Valle, TX.” Broken headstone is missing the first name and most of the surname. North central area of cemetery.
G., B.  No dates. Just the initials “B.G.” on this headstone. Original location unknown. Now placed on grave of Rosa Aguirre, south central area of cemetery.
G., B.L. *19171932Just initials “B.L.G.” and in English “53 years old” on headstone.
G., P.  No dates. Only the initials “P.G.” at bottom of stone. Full name and dates are either gone or on missing arm of cross. West central area of cemetery.
Galindo, Francisco * 1929On headstone in Spanish “65 years.”
Garcia, Alfredo *  No dates. Small cross with no dates. No dates listed in either previous census.
Garcia, Balentin1920Mar. 7, 1930The years look most like those listed here but may not be correct.
Garcia, Enocio  No dates. On headstone in Spanish “Died at the age of 67 years.” Southeast quadrant of cemetery near fence.
Garcia, Florencio  No dates. On headstone in Spanish “Died at the age of 67 years.” South central area of cemetery near fence. Broken cross. All that remains of name is “_encio.” Name of daughter on cross is Sapopa Garcia.
Garcia, G.T. *1892Feb. 19, 1939 
Garcia, Guadalupe  No dates visible on very sunken headstone. Northeast quadrant of cemetery.
Garcia, Janie S.19371955 
Garcia, PaulMay 4, 1944May 5, 1944Buried next to Sally Garcia. South central area of cemetery. Cement border.
Garcia, SallyFeb. 6, 1940Feb. 7, 1940Buried next to Paul Garcia. South central area of cemetery. Cement border.
Garcia, Sabina *18701954First name in previous censuses is “Savina.” North central or northwest area of cemetery.
Garcia, ZenonJan. 9, 1932Jan. 10, 1932 
Garza, Benito * 1928Date of birth might be Dec. 1924 and age appears to be 16 or 26 years. Southwest quadrant of cemetery near fence.
Garza, ElenaDec. 21, 1924Jan. 21, 1941On headstone in Spanish “16 years old” and parents’ names F. Garza and L.M. de Garza. Central area of cemetery.
Garza, Florence A.July 24, 1955Nov. 26, 1955West central area of cemetery.
Garza, Gerardo *18681938He may have been exhumed and moved to another cemetery around 2004. Listed on both previous censuses.
Garza, Serafia G. Sept. 3, 1926Child’s grave. Northwest central area of cemetery. White stone broken off base.
Garza, Secundino *19011941It is believed he was exhumed and moved to another cemetery around 2004. Listed on both previous censuses.
Gil, Antonia Y. * Oct. 5, 1938On headstone in Spanish “72 years old” and includes Teresa R. Gil. There is a second, older headstone nearby. Central area of cemetery.
Gil, Antonio *Nov. 17, 1854ÂJuly 3, 1933South central area of cemetery.
Gil, Jesus  No dates. Child’s grave. On headstone in English “Gil Twins” and beneath in Spanish “Jose y Jesus.” Northwest central area of cemetery.
Gil, Jose  No dates. Child’s grave. On headstone in English “Gil Twins” and beneath in Spanish “Jose y Jesus.” Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Gil, Jose Y. July 13, 1945On headstone in Spanish “Age 57.”
Gil, Pedro * May 28, 1926On headstone in Spanish “31 years old.” Last name engraved as “JIL.” Day of death could be the 8th or the 22nd. Iron fence. South central area of cemetery.
Gil, Petra de Camarillio 1953Listed above as “de Camarillio, Petra Gil.
Gil, Ramon O.May 2, 1924Feb. 5, 1926Month of birth might be March. Northwest quadrant of cemetery. Headstone of E. Luz or Luz Ocampo placed here, not original location.
Gil, Teresa R. July 16, 1937On headstone in Spanish “Age 47” and includes Antonia Y. Gil. There is a second, older headstone nearby. Central area of cemetery.
Gil, Tomas Y. *Mar. 7, 1896Jan. 31, 1951Northeast quadrant of cemetery. Closest to Montopolis Drive.
Gomez, GertrudizJune 24, 1929Feb. 25, 1933Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Gomez, Refugia H. *Aug. 15, 1878Feb. 2, 1940Northeast quadrant of cemetery. Small stones in cement, cement border and cross with shells at foot.
Gomez, Teresa R. *Dec. 3, 1907Dec. 5, 1945South central area of cemetery.
Gonzales, Alejandro Oct. 8, 1938On headstone in Spanish “9 months old.”
Gonzales, Delfino *Dec. 24, 1891Jan. 3, 1934On headstone in Spanish “43 years old.” Southeast quadrant of cemetery. Cement border with tiles.
Gonzales, EduardaNov. 13, 1915Sept. 30, 1938Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Gonzales, Lorenzo Sept. 11, 1932On headstone in Spanish “10 months old.” North central or northwest area of cemetery.
Gonzalez, Blasa de Leon *Feb. 3, 1862April 17, 1939Listed below as “de Leon, Blasa Gonzalez.”
Gonzalez, Mary AgnesFeb. 9, 1929May 24, 1929Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Gonzalez, Perfecto * 1928Listed in 1983 census as 34 years old. No marker found for 2008 census.
Govea, _____July 14, 1878May 29, 1929Year of death might be 1936. Age on headstone either 51, 57, or 69 years. Not listed in either previous census. Southeast central area. Cement border.
Govea, Maria *1880Jan. 21, 1926Dates on headstone are a listed here.
de Govea, Petra P.Jan. 18, 1921May 21, 1942Northeast quadrant of cemetery.
Guajardo, ConcepcionDec. 8, 1938June 29, 1939North central area of cemetery.
Guajardo, Olguita  No dates. Cross broken off base lying on ground. Northeast quadrant of cemetery.
Guerra, Alvino  No dates. Only name on headstone (cross). Southeast central area. Was painted white.
Guerra, Elvira V. *Dec. 12, 1917July 13, 1944Northeast quadrant of cemetery near Montopolis Dr.
Guerra, Juan R.May 27, 1948Jan. 12, 1951Surname very difficult to read. May be “Guerrero” or something else beginning with “G.”
The following five people were buried together and are listed here together:   
Guerrero, Eleno *April 11, 1905Jan. 19, 1940Family members buried within iron fence in shape of five point star. Central area of cemetery. It is believed this family died in a fire but this has not been verified by documents.
Arredondo, Maria *Oct. 27, 1915Jan. 19, 1940Buried with family members within iron fence in shape of five point star. Central area of cemetery.
Esquivas, Tomas Ruiz *March 7, 1891Jan. 19, 1940Buried with family members within iron fence in shape of five point star. Central area of cemetery.
Hernandez, JoseNov. 1919Jan. 19, 1940Buried with family members within iron fence in shape of five point star. Central area of cemetery.
Hernandez, PedroFeb. 6, 1918Jan. 19, 1940Buried with family members within iron fence in shape of five point star. Central area of cemetery.
Guerrero, Miguel * June 27, 1931In AHC census dates are listed as 1892-1931. Southeast quadrant of cemetery near fence.
Gutierrez, Julia19201936Listed in both previous censuses but no marker found for 2008.
Gutierrez, MargaritaSept. 8, 1939Dec. 27, 1940On headstone engraved “Cept. 8, 1939.” Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Gusman, Teodora E. *18471947Northeast quadrant of cemetery closest to Montopolis Drive.
Guzman, Pascual *May 17, 1885July 15, 1958Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Guzman, Tomasa R. *19181941 
Guzman, Vicente *18751952 
Haros, Armando *Jan. 20, 1916Sept. 15, 1941On headstone in Spanish “25 years old.” Central area of cemetery. Red lettering.
The following five people were buried together and are listed here together:   
Hernandez, Alfredo J. *Jan. 12, 1906July 26, 1924Family was killed in a train accident in Round Rock, TX. Family members were buried within an iron fence in the shape of a five point star. Central area of cemetery.
Hernandez, Elvira *Nov. 7, 1901July 26, 1924Family was killed in a train accident in Round Rock, TX. Family members were buried within an iron fence in the shape of a five point star. Central area of cemetery.
Hernandez, Jacobo *Nov. 18, 1903July 26, 1924Family members were buried together within an iron fence in shape of five point star. Central area of cemetery.
Hernandez, Jesus *Jan. 12, 1899July 26, 1924Family members were buried together within an iron fence in shape of five point star. Central area of cemetery.
Hernandez, Jose M. *Aug. 10, 1877July 26, 1924Family members were buried together within an iron fence in shape of five point star. Central area of cemetery.
Hernandez, Angela F. Feb. 24, 1952Middle initial might not be correct. North west central area of cemetery.
Hernandez Montoya, FelicianaNov. 20, 1918Jan. 20, 1954Listed below as “Montoya, Feliciana Hernandez.” Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Hernandez, Frank *Sept. 20, 1889Aug. 25, 1958Northwest corner of cemetery near original entrance. Metal funeral home marker for Augustine E. Ruiz (1955-1957) also at this location.
Hernandez, Gilbert  No dates. Only metal funeral home marker. Southwest corner of cemetery next to Lorenzo Trevino.
Hernandez, Guadaupe G.Dec. 9, 1934June 28, 1935Mother’s name on cement bounary Ysabel Hernandez.
Hernandez, Jose Dec. 21, ___Year illegible. On headstone in Spanish “8 months old” and memorial by his grandmother. Possibly this is the child of someone buried directly to the south. Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Hernandez, Josefa *Mar. 19, 1893Mar. 18, 1927Middle initial on headstone is C. or G. South central area of cemetery. Cement border.
Hernandez, Juan Jan. 29, 1954Large cross at head and smaller cross at foot. Near a tree in southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Hernandez, Leoniras *18601945In both previous censuses first name listed as “Leonidas.” Central area of cemetery near tree.
Hernandez, Pedro F. *18841934 
Hernandez, Petra 1939 
Hernandez, Susana *June 26, 1863June 17, 1935 
Hernandez, TeresaOct. 15, 1929Mar. 23, 1949Southwest corner of cemetery near fence.
Herrera, Albina R.19091943Not listed in either previous census. Northeast quadrant of cemetery.
Herrera, Andres *1904Dec. 8, 1939Dates in English with “Died” misspelled as “Deid.” Northeast quadrant of cemetery.
Herrera, Armando M.Aug. 1924Aug. 14, 1931Epitaph in Spanish says the memorial is from his wife Anastacia H. Mendoza. This name might not be completely correct. Cross in southeast quadrant of cemetery.
Herrera, Diego *1856Sept. 29, 1939On headstone in Spanish “Memorial by his wife Paula C. Herrera.”
Herrera, GuillermoJune 25, ___Mar. 22, 1938Very weathered cross. Cement border. North central area of cemetery.
Herrera, Ignacio Mar. 24, 1946Day of death not certain. On headstone in Spanish “67 years old.”
Herrera, Maria S. *18961935Southeast quadrant of cemetery.
Herrera, Masedonio * July 18, 1937On headstone in Spanish “86 years old.”
Herrera, PaulaJune 29, 1870Oct. 1, 1957Not listed in either previous census. Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Herrera, Sonifacio Mar. 21, 1946First name might begin with a “G” or it might be “Bonifacio,” but first letter looks most like an “S.” Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Kintero, Rocia19071948Name on headstone also looks like “A.M. Rocia Kintero” or Amrocia Kintero.” However, “A.M.” is more likely the initials of her daughter who left this memorial. Northeast quadrant of cemetery close to Montopolis Drive. Surname most likely “Quintero.”
Jasso, Bartola *19021934 
Jimenez, Manuela * Feb. 20, 1938On headstone in Spanish “64 years old” and “Buried Feb. 22, 1938.” In previous censuses year of death is 1920 which is likely a misreading of the epitaph.
L., Aurelia T.  No dates. Child’s grave decorated with marbles, most now gone. Name was spelled with marbles. Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Lara, Trinidad * May 4, 1940On headstone in English “Age 30 years.” Northeast quadrant of cemetery.
Lara, Victor Oct. 30, 1936Child’s grave. Northwest quadrant of cemetery. Cement rectangle over entire grave.
Ledesma, Angelita *Feb. 21, 1881Sept. 3, 1955 
Ledesma, Marcelina *18741929 
Ledesma, Sam Z., Jr. *April 24, 1905Sept. 12, 1932Year of death might be 1938. West side of cemetery.
Ledesma, Stella *19011951Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
de Leon, Blasa Gonzalez *Feb. 3, 1862April 17, 1939Northeast quadrant of cemetery. Small stones in cement.
Lopez, Dolores G. *18601943 
Lopez, Julian * May 7, 1941 
Lozano, Feliciana R.April 15, 1915Aug. 2, 1958Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Lucio, Pedro *Sept. 7, 1886July 17, 1953Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Luna, Enoc Z. *Nov. 9, 1911Nov. 3, 1944Northwest quadrant of cemetery, toward north end.
Luna, Maria Cantu *Sept. 20, 1879June 3, 1956Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
M___a, Aurara  No dates. Hultin Manor Funeral Home marker found but name not listed in either previous census. Central area of cemetery in front of Mike Montana (Feb. 1938).
Macias, Olivia Jan. 14, 1944Not listed in either previous census. Southwest central area of cemetery.
Maciel, Maria S. Dec. 1942Not listed in either previous census. Broken cross in northeast quadrant of cemetery.
Maldonado, Antonio *18851937Northwest central area of cemetery.
Maldonado, Genaro G.April 5, 1954June 13, 1954 
Maldonado, Refugio *1890March 1944Date of birth might be July 4 or 24. Southwest area of cemetery. Blue niche.
Martines, Estanislada G. *18941938Southeast quadrant of cemetery close to Montopolis Drive.
Martines, Lusinda G.1875June 15, 1945Not listed in either previous census. Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Martinez, __asa__ Jan. 14, ____On broken headstone in Spanish “23 years old.” South central area of cemetery by fence. Cement border.
Martinez, Augustin L. Oct. 14, 1934Jan. 19, 1942Enameled photograph on headstone. Southwest central area of cemetery.
Martinez, Antonio *June 30, 1879May 12, 1939 
Martinez, Juan *June 24, 1862July 13, 1930Day of death might be the 15th.
Martinez, Macario F.Jan. 2, 1933May 5, 1954Listed in 1983 census. Southwest central area of cemetery.
Martinez, Maria *Nov. 25, 1879Jan. 25, 1921No dates listed in 1983 census. Not listed in AHC census. Numbers on adhesive backing were put over the original marking on headstone. Northeast quadrant of cemetery.
Martinez, Maria S. *Mar. 11, 1886ÂDec. 19, 1941 
Martinez, Pedro * 1939In 1983 census “83 years old” and note that he was a funeral director from Lockhart, TX. No marker found for 2008 census.
Martinez, Santiago, Jr.  No dates on very small stone in children’s area. Backwards “z.” Northwest or north central area of cemetery.
Mata, __seDec. 8, 1938Dec. 9, 1938First name might be “Jose.” South central area of cemetery near fence.
Mata, MargaritaMay 8, 1951May 11, 1951 
Medina, Francisco18801947Not listed in either previous census. Southwest quadrant of cemetery near fence.
Medrano, 1927Date difficult to read and may be incorrect. Unknown if date is for birth or death.
Menchaca, Juana May 26, 1914Nov. 19, 1949Headstone very sunken and difficult to read as of 2008. Southwest quadrant of cemetery near fence.
Mendoza, Girila A. *June 7, 1882July 10, 1937Central area of cemetery.
Mendieta, Antonia M. *Jan. 1920Jan. 1943Part of the plaque on headstone is broken and most of surname and complete dates are missing or illegible. East side of cemetery near Montopolis Dr.
Mendoza, Lupita  No dates. Only metal funeral home marker which lists no name or dates. It looks like the name was scratched into the marker long after the burial and may not be the name of the person buried here. Not listed in either previous census.
Mesa, Maria19191949Northeast quadrant of cemetery near church parking lot.
Mindieta, JuanMay 24, 1913Jan. 6, 1951In 1983 census surname is “Mendieta.” Southwest corner of cemetery by west fence. Footstone with initials “J.M.”
    
Mindieta, Reyes *Jan. 6, 1887June 30, 1942Surname in both previous censuses is “Mendieta.”
Moncada, E. *18751943Year of birth might be 1876. North central area of cemetery.
Moncada, Lazaro April 3, 1906Dec. 1, 1945 
Moncada, Marcela H.April 27, 1926July 16, 1955West central area of cemetery.
Moncibaiz, Lupe *19101957Northwest central area of cemetery. Next to Victor Moncibaiz.
Moncibaiz, Victor *18861957Northwest central area of cemetery. Next to Lupe Moncibaiz.
Montana, Mike Feb. 1938Date in Spanish looks like “Febrero 2, 1938” but this may not be correct. Central area of cemetery.
Montana, Mike G. *June 10, 1909May 16, 1930He has both cement and metal headstones. Mary Montana’s headstone and funeral home marker are also at this site. Cement border and angel. Painted white. Southeast quadrant of cemetery.
Montana, Marta May 9, 1933Child’s grave. First name looks most like “Marta” but might be “Maria.”
Montana, MaryFeb. 23, 1886Dec. 22, 1967Headstone and metal funeral home marker within the cement border of Mike G. Montana’s grave. Year of birth on the metal marker is 1887. Southeast quadrant of cemetery.
Montoya, Eulalia Dec. 10, 1933Surname on headstone looks like “Montoza.” West side of cemetery.
Montoya, Feliciana HernandezNov. 20, 1918Jan. 20, 1954Listed above as “Hernandez Montoya, Feliciana.” West side of cemetery.
Montoya, Juanita  No dates. Listed in both previous censuses but no marker found for 2008.
Montoya, Luciano Aug. 8, 1924On headstone in Spanish “68 years old.” Central area of cemetery.
Montoya, Miguel *1885Jan. 21, 1936 
Morales, LupitaApril 11, 1926Aug. 1928Year of death might be 1930. Very weathered. In Spanish “Memorial from Jose Morales.”
Morales, Maria Ines April 13, 1949 
Moran, Carlos Aug. 4, 1925May 2, 1952World War II Veteran, U.S. Navy. Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Moreno, Alejandro *18921934In AHC census year of death is listed as “194?.” In 1983 census is the note “42 years old.” Northeast quadrant of cemetery, north side.
Moreno, Benito  No dates on headstone. Child’s grave. Southwest quadrant of cemetery.Â
Moreno, Eulogia *Mar. 11, 1826Dec. 2, 1934Earliest birth date found. Southeast quadrant of cemetery. Cement border.
Moreno, Florentina *June 19, 1874Nov. 7, 1934Southeast quadrant of cemetery.
Moreno, Juanita Aug. 30, 1943On headstone in Spanish “68 years old.” Southeast quadrant of cemetery near Montopolis Drive.
Moreno, Nedina  No dates. There is a smaller white marble stone with the same name and no dates at same site. Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Morris, Johnny  No dates. Tire at northwest corner of cemetery near original entrance. There was a small wooden marker with his name which was gone prior to June 2008. Wooden sign in English “We love you!” or “We miss you!” remains.
Muniz, Eusebio *18981936Headstone broken off base around 2006. Southeast quadrant of cemetery near Montopolis Drive.
Munos, Antonio Z.18761959Not listed in either previous census. Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Murillio, Cruzita April 28, 1952Surname on headstone is as listed here. In both previous censuses is “Murillo.” Southwest central area of cemetery.
Muro, Maria N. *Aug. 7, 1886Jan. 4, 1943New headstone in 2007 or 2008. Looks hand made. Northeast quadrant of cemetery near parking lot and Montopolis Drive.
Nanez, Alfredo *Mar. 15, 1912Nov. 8, 1934Backwards “N” in “November.”
Navaro, Luanita V. *Feb. 8,  ____June 16, 1915Date of birth very weathered – could be 1836, 1838, or 1893. If the date of birth is 1893 the 9 and the 3 are backwards. First name might be “Juanita” with a backwards “J.” South central area of cemetery.Â
de Nieto, Feliz Cantu * 1930Also listed above as “Cantu de Nieto, Feliz.”
O., J.R.  No dates. Only the initials “J.R.O.” on this very small headstone. North central area of cemetery.
Ocampo, Gabriel M. * Jan. 1929On headstone in Spanish “53 years old.” Name in both previous censuses is “Fabrigo M. Ocampo.” South central area of cemetery.
Ocampo, E. or F. Luz May 20, 1926On headstone in Spanish “4 months old” and memorial from grandmother. Placed on grave of Ramon O. Gil, northwest quadrant of cemetery. Not original location.Â
Ojeda, Alicia Feb. 28, 1955Oct. 11, 1955Northwest central area of cemetery.
Ojeda, Balentino  February 1930 or 1950. First name here may not be correct. Very weathered. Unknown if there is more than one date and unknown if the one date visible is for birth or death.
Ojeda, Josefa R. * April 13, 1937On headstone in Spanish “53 years old.” Southeast quadrant of cemetery.
Oroz, Pedro Nov. 9, 1881Nov. 9, 1881. This is the only visible, unknown if it is for birth or death. Surname appears to be incomplete, may be “Orozco.”  East side of cemetery.Â
Ortegon, Sebastiano *April 4, 1886Mar. 30, 1935East central area of cemetery. Blue niche. Data on plaque. Cement border around grave.
Ortiz, Silvestre *Dec. 31, 1850Feb. 26, 1927 
P., A.  No dates. Child’s grave. Only the initials “A.P.” on headstone and stylized flower. Cement border. Small wooden cross painted white. Next to “P.R.” East central area of cemetery.
P., M.R.  No dates. Just the initials “M.R.P.” or “M.P.P.” at top of cement border. Central area of cemetery near the Hernandez family.
Padilla,  No dates. Cross. Unknown if this is Juan Padilla listed below. Southeast quadrant of cemetery.
Padilla, Juan *  No dates in either previous census. There either is no marker as of June 2008 or it is the cross described above.
Pardo, Jose A.Jan. 14, 1920Jan. 2, 1947 
Pedraza, Reyes * Jan. 6, 1863Dec. 28, 1933South central area of cemetery.
Peres, Rodea * Jan. 31, 1940On headstone in Spanish “58 years old.”
Perez, Alferedo1877 or 19171955Not listed in either previous census. First name on headstone as listed here. Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Perez, AlfonsoAug. 31, 1877Nov. _, 1955Not listed in either previous census. West side of cemetery.
Perez, Connie19241953No  headstone. Name and dates on metal funeral home marker immediately behind Josephine Arispe. West side of cemetery.
Perez, Eugene S. April 5, 1954On headstone in English “Age 69.” Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Perez, G.  No dates. Child’s grave. First initial could be “C” and there could be another initial preceding that. In a row of five children’s graves. North central area of cemetery.
Perez, Placida *18921954Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Perez, SabasDec. 5, 1881July 17, 1956Not listed in either previous census. West side of cemetery.
Pichardo, Lupe *Sept. 26, 1918April 31, 1941Northeast quadrant of cemetery.
Pina, Leon * May 7, 1925On headstone in Spanish “68 years old.” Cement border includes Victoria Pina de Sandoval and unknown other. Central area of cemetery
Pina de Sandoval, Victoria *18971924Buried next to Leon Pina. Headstone painted white, faded. Central area of cemetery.
Portillo, Paula Mar. 2, 1923Aug. 6, 1934Parents’ names on headstone are Gonzalo Portillo and Maria, Marta, or Marfa Portillo. Different colored tiles on stone. Northwest quadrant of cemetery near Santna Dias.
Prado, Luis * Dec. 2, 1932Day of death might be the 9th or 20th and year might be 1939.
Puentes, Jacinta S. * Mar. 1, 1948On headstone in English “Age 64 years.” Southeast quadrant of cemetery in front of Jose Valles.
Pulido, Alisia19521953The only marker is a metal funeral home marker.
Quintero, Roman June 20, 1951Year might be 1950. Headstone is part of cement border. Southwest quadrant of cemetery near fence.
R., A.  No dates. Only the initials “A.R.” written by hand on cement border. No upright headstone.
R., J.  No dates. Child’s grave. Only the initials “J.R.” on the headstone and a stylized flower. Northeast quadrant of cemetery.
R., P.  No dates. Child’s grave. Only the initials “P.R.” and stylized flower on headstone. Cement border. Small wooden cross painted white. Next to “A.P.” East central area of cemetery.
Ramirez, Alfred Jr.July 5, 193_ Year might be 195_. Child’s grave. No date of death. Birth and death might be same date.
Ramirez, Angelina *June 2, 19061936Very weathered. Full date of death illegible. Southeast quadrant of cemetery.
Ramirez, D.E. * April 10, 1856Feb. 21, 1941Red lettering. Fallen over and now lying on ground June 2008.
Ramirez, R.R. *18841937East central area of cemetery close to Montopolis Drive.
Ramirez, Marcelina G.June 2, 1906Oct. 7, 1936Northeast quadrant of cemetery.
Ramirez, Ricky Feb. 1955Name and date on metal funeral home marker in front of a cement cross with no legible data. Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Ramos,  First name and dates no longer legible. South central area of cemetery by fence.
Rangel, Lazaro *  No dates in either previous census. No marker definitely found for 2008 but his might be a cross very weathered cross in southeast central area of cemetery near Mike G. and Mary Montana.
Rangel, Lupe *  No dates in either previous census. No marker found for 2008 census.
Rangel, Manuel *June 17, 1862April 19, 1942Southwest central area of cemetery. Cement cross on top of headstone. Cement border may include others.
Rangel, Margarito19351939 
Rangel, RufinitoNov. 31, 1923 Year of birth might be 1925. Date of death either missing or obscured because cross is sunken. Arms of cross taper toward center. Painted blue. West side of cemetery.
Rendon, Julia June 19, 1929Feb. 24, 1934Broken headstone. Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Reyna, Maria T.  No dates.
Reynero, Juan M. * June 24, 1862Aug. 13, 1949Southwest quadrant of cemetery near fence. Iron fence surrounding grave.
Reynero, Remedioz *Sept. 1, 1879Nov. 4, 1956Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Riojas, Pablo *Mar. 2, 1871July 26, 1954Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Rios, Ignacio Dec. 23, 1935This could be “Ignacio” with no surname listed above.
Rivas, Jesus  No dates legible. Child’s grave. There appears to be the number 7 or 27 on this very small headstone. Possibly the date 1927. Southwest quadrant. This may not be the original location.
Rivera, Jose Jr. Sept. 6, 1949Sept. 7, 1949Memorial from his uncle Jesse. Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Rivera, Carlotita Nov. 4, 1933Sept. 8, 1934Part of epitaph in Spanish remains and father’s initials “F.R.” Central area of cemetery.
Rivera, Carmen  No dates. Not listed on either previous census. This  name was scratched into a metal funeral home marker and left on the grave of Johnny Morris. Unknown if the information is valid. Northwest quadrant of cemetery near original entrance.
Rivera, Lazaro *Dec. 8, 1869Oct. 18, 1939 
Robp, Librada M. * 1943All that can be read of surname is as listed here. Northeast quadrant of cemetery near Montopolis Dr.
Robles, Delfina G. *18871942 
Roblez,19301940Child’s grave. Year of birth might be 1938. White cross. First name was on left arm of cross which is broken off.
Rodrigues, DarioOct. 25, 1911May 4, 1949Day of birth may not be correct. Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Rodriguez,Dec. 13, 1941Dec. 21, 1947The surname might have always been the only name on this headstone.
Rodriguez,Oct. 17, 1941Nov. 5, 1941Year of death might not be correct. First name is no longer legible.
Rodriguez, Andrez  Dates illegible. Not listed in either previous census. Southwest quadrant of cemetery near fence.
Rodriguez, Andria *18961956Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Rodriguez, Aurora Dec. 18, 1924April 30, 1950Year of birth may not be correct. Southwest quadrant of cemetery near fence.
Rodriguez, Cecilio *Nov. 22, 1911Nov. 22, 1928Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Rodriguez, DonacianoMay 19, 1874July 30, 1951Not listed in either previous census. Southwest quadrant of cemetery near fence.
Rodriguez, Ernesto Oct. 17, 1941Nov. 5, 1941Year of death may not be correct.
Rodriguez, Ernesto19171954Months and days for each year illegible on headstone. Day of birth looks like “10” and day of death looks like “11.” Year of death looks most like “1953” or “1954.”
Rodriguez, Faustino * Jan. 4, 1941On headstone in Spanish “72 years old.” Northeast quadrant of cemetery near church parking lot.
Rodriguez, GasparDec. 31, 1932Jan. 3, 1933Cross on top of headstone. Northwest quadrant of cemetery toward north side.
de Rodriguez, Isabel C. *18851941 
Rodriguez, Jose A.Sept. 6, 1932Aug. 24, 1935Cross on top of headstone. Tree to north. West central area of cemetery.
Rodriguez, JuanMay 27, 1948Jan. 12, 1951Cross. Cement border with remains of shells. West side of cemetery.
Rodriguez, Juanita19401941 
Rodriguez, Lino C. Aug. 9, 1944Name and date hand engraved. Not listed in either previous census. North central area of cemetery near fence.
Rodriguez, Maria  Only legible date remaining is 1915. Unknown if it is for birth or death. Headstone very sunken. Northeast quadrant of cemetery near Petra P. de Govea (1921-1942).
Rodriguez, Odilon * Jan. 1, 1870Mar. 20, 1938Small pebbles in cement. Name and dates on plaque. Central area of cemetery by fence.
Rodriguez, Otilia Dec. 13, 1941Dec. 21, 1947Southwest quadrant of cemetery near fence.
Rodriguez, Pedro L. July 13, 1941Jan. 27, 1948Military rank and division on headstone in English. World War II Veteran. East central area of cemetery near Montopolis Drive.
Rodriguez, Pilar * Oct. 12, 1851Mar. 15, 1935Day of death might be the 16th. On headstone in Spanish “Born in Mexico” and daughter’s name Luz Rodriguez. Small stones in cement. Central area of cemetery.
Rodriguez, Reyes *18881964 
Rodriguez, Reynaldo Nov. 17, 1940Child’s grave. South central area of cemetery by a tree.
Rodriguez, Rosario * 1954In 1983 census listed as 82 years old. In AHC census date of birth listed as 1872 with a question mark.
Romero, Balente * Feb. 23, 1936Day of death might be the 25th or 28th. On headstone in Spanish “Died at the age of 97 years.” Name listed as “Balentero Mero” in both previous censuses. Southeast corner of cemetery by fence.
Romero, JoseJune 30, 1935Oct. 23, 1936Parents’ names on headstone are Juan Romero and Eugenia Lobes. Cross broken off base now lying on the ground. Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Rosales, Augustina *1890 No date of death on headstone, only yearof birth. Listed as still living in 1983 census. Wife of Marcos Rosales. Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Rosales, Marcos *18881956Husband of Augustina Rosales. Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Rosales, TimoteoNov. 28, 1914May 25, 1944Cross on top of headstone. Cement border with white tiles.
Rosalez, Guadalupe *19061935Southeast quadrant of cemetery.
Rosas, Juan 1924On headstone in Spanish “81 years old.” Surname could be “Rosales” or something else that begins with “R.” South central area of cemetery near Juan Buantello.
Ruecas, FrankeyMay 29, 1933Aug. 12, 1934Month of death might be October. Headstone not in original location. As of June 2008 was placed facing west behind one of the five children’s graves in a row in north central area of cemetery.
Ruiz, Augustine E.Jan. 2, 1955May 5, 1957Wilke-Clay Funeral Home marker. Placed on the grave of Frank Hernandez (1889-1958). Northwest corner of cemetery near original entrance.
Ruiz, FelipeAug. 23, 1933Sept. 24, 1935 
S., Faustino C.Feb. 15, 1941July 6, 1941Listed above as C., Faustino S. The initial “R.” beneath name and dates on headstone. North central area of cemetery.
Salazar, BerthaAug. 25, 1935June 24, 1936A tree nearby on either side of marker (diagonally). Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Salazar, Elisa June 12, 1958There is also a metal funeral home marker with the date “June 1958.” Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Salinas, A.Mar. 6, 1925April 6, 1944First name might be “Abel.” Not listed on either previous census. North central area of cemetery near fence next to “R. Salinas.”
Salinas, R___Oct. 19431944Year of death might be 1947. First name looks most like “Rob__.”  Next to “A. Salinas.” North central area of cemetery.
Samarripa, Hilaria May 23, 1952Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Sanches, Manuel R.Sept. 16, 1939Feb. 16, 1946 
Sanchez, Antonio G. *18861946South central area of cemetery.
Sanchez, Guadalupe V.Mar. 15, 1916July 17, 1947East side of cemetery. 2-4 rows from Montopolis Dr.
Sanchez, Jose O. *July 15, 1891Jan. 8, 1941 
Sanchez, Margarito *1906May 6, 1937 
de Sandoval, Victoria Pina *18971924Listed above as Pina de Sandoval, Victoria. Next to Leon Pina (died 1925). Central area of cemetery.
Santa Ana, Manuel * June 11, 1872Feb. 20, 1936On headstone in Spanish “64 years old.” Marker from Woodmen of the World. Southeast quadrant of cemetery.
Santos, FelixDec. 3, 1952April 17, 1956Year of birth might be 1955. Cross with tiles. Northwest quadrant of cemetery near fence.
Santos, Lupe Dec. 21, 1946On headstone in English “Born and Died Dec. 21, 1946.” Cross broken off top of stone. Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Sifuentes, Narciso * May 20, 1935On headstone in Spanish “72 years old.” All the “Ss” are backwards.
Silva, Domingo Jr.Nov. 23, 1936July 3, 1937Northwest quadrant of cemetery. May face west.
Sisnero, Livrada * Jun. 10, 1857Feb. 8, 1937Surname in both previous censuses is “Sisneros.” Northeast quadrant of cemetery close to Montopolis Drive.
Soliz, Daniel R.July 30, 1950Jun. 12, 1951Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Terrazas, Abel19111939On back of headstone in English “Love, Cheva.” North central area of cemetery.
Terrazas, BlazaNov. 6, 1940Nov. 12, 1940From D. C.
Terrazas, DomingoAug. 12, 1945Aug. 15, 1945From D. C.
Terrazas, Seferino Jr.Mar. 10, 1916June 10, 1939From D. C.
Terrazas, Seferino Sr.Aug. 16, 1885Feb. 6, 1941From D. C.
Tijerina, Vitoria Jan. 27, 1929Child’s grave. Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Torres, Carlos Dec. 13, 194_Age on headstone illegible – might be “18 years” or “78 years.” North central area of cemetery.
Torres, Gumesindo *18801947 
Torres, Marcelino *  No dates or other information on headstone or in either previous census but marked as early settler.
Trevino, Herlinda M. *Jun. 18, 1884Feb. 9, 1955Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Trevino, Lorenzo *Aug. 5, 1877Jan. 12, 1951Southwest corner of cemetery.
Trevino, Manuel Jr.  No dates. Not listed in either previous census.
Trevino, Manuel Sr. Aug. 13, 1954Not listed in either previous census.
U., A.  No dates on cross. Just the intials “A. U.” inlaid in blue glass. Also looks like “A.L.” Southeast quadrant of cemetery.
Urias, Domingo *Jan. 8, 18771938No dates listed in either previous census. North central area of cemetery.
Urias, Francisca A. *18391942Surname in both previous censuses listed as “Aurias.” North central area of cemetery.
Urias, Lizzie *Oct. 19, 1897Nov. 23, 1936Southeast quadrant of cemetery. First in row at south boundary near Montopolis Drive.
Urias, Omar Jan. 14, 1928Jun. 14, 1928Month of death might be July.
Urias, S.A.July 26Oct. 18, 1956Year of birth not clear. On headstone in English “Our Dad.” Not listed in either previous census. Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Urias, Tomas C. Jan. 1924Year may not be correct but is the only date even faintly legible. “T.U.” on footstone. Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
V., P.S.  No dates. Child’s grave. Epitaph in Spanish and initials “P.S.V.” Cross in northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Valderas, Alvino18821959Year of birth might be 1888. Surname very hard to read and could be something else. Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Valle, LusitaSept. 1920Jan. 11, 1946Year of death might be incorrect. Name, dates, age very weathered, hard to read. First name might be “Josita,” “Jesusita,” or “Susita.” Age in Spanish looks like 21 or 31 years. South central area.
Valles, Jose *July 11, 1901Nov. 7, 1947At the foot of the cement border around the grave is the date “January 18, 1950.” White stone. Southeast quadrant of cemetery.
Vasquez, Antonia19451951Daughter of Antonia G. Vasquez. Northwest quadrant of cemetery near fence.
Vasquez, Antonia G.Jun. 13, 1919Nov. 8, 1951Her children buried at San Jose I include Antonia, Jesus (Jesse), Joel, and Margarita Vasquez. Oral communication from relative June 2008. Southwest corner of cemetery by west fence.
Vasquez, EdwardSept. 5, 1955Aug. 11, 1956Day of death might be the 14th. A metal funeral home marker for Mrs. Cruz Mesa is also at this site. Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Vasquez, Ester  No dates. Child’s grave.
Vasquez, Jesus  No dates. Child’s grave. Surname might be “Vasques.”
Vasquez, Jesus  No dates. Known as Jesse. Son of Antonia G. Vasquez. Died in the 1930s around the age of 71 years. Oral communication with relative June 2008. Small white tiles in cross. West side of cemetery.
Vasquez, Joel 1950Year of death is estimate. No marker found. Unknown if it was ever marked. Son of Antonia G. Vasquez. Oral communication with relative June 2008.
Vasquez, Josefa J.  No dates. Marker found for 2008 but either no dates or they are illegible. Not listed in either previous census.
Vasquez, Margarita  No dates. The grave was never marked. All vestiges of it were lost during fire in the 1930s or 1940s. Daughter of Antonia G. Vasquez. Oral communication with relative June 2008.
Vasquez, VeliaOct. 27, 1952Nov. 8, 1952Small headstone. Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
Vasquez, VictoriaMar. 23, 1933Aug. 23, 1934Day of birth may not be correct. Next to Santna Dias. Northweat quadrant of cemetery.
Vesquez, Bernardina *May 20, 1863April 15, 1948Surname is as listed here. On headstone in Spanish “85 years old.”
de Villalpando, Antonia G. *18751943Northeast quadrant of cemetery near Montopolis Dr.
Villalpando, Barbarito  No dates. Loose from the ground but still in original location. Small headstone with arched top.
Villalpando, Carlota G. *Nov. 10, 1906Aug. 7, 1932South central area of cemetery.
Villalpando, __mas1938 Year of birth might be 1939. Unknown if the date of death was recorded. Very tiny headstone next to Carlota G. Villalpando. South central area of cemetery. Might be lying on the ground.
Villegas, Lorenzo *18791941 
Williams, Edward Jr. Oct. 23, 1938Near tree in south central area of cemetery. Appears to have been moved, possibly by the tree. Unknown if this is the original location.
Ybarra, Juanita G.May 16, 1922Dec. 17, 1929 
Ybarra, Juanita TelloJan. 15, 1911Mar. 15, 1945West central area of cemetery.
Ybarra, Trinidad O.May 22, 1932Jan. 22, 1951Southwest quadrant of cemetery.
Yvarra, Josefina *1900Jun. 2, 1936Southeast quadrant of cemetery close to Montopolis Drive.
Zalazar, Felix *18901931Surname in previous censuses is “Salazar.” Cement border. East central area of cemetery.
Zalazar, Juanita *19101931Surname in previous censuses is “Salazar.” Cement border. East central area of cemetery.
Zamarripa, Paula J. *1884May 2, 1926Date of birth hard to read. South central area of cemetery. Cement border.
Zavala, C.I.E.19021940These dates were recorded in 2004 from the upright cross but were no longer legible in 2008. Southwest quadrant of cemetery by fence.
    
    
Some names found after above listed was created or the names could not be deciphered:   
___, Esalea  Child’s grave. One date listed but unknown if it is birth or death and might be 1958, 1966, or 1968. Broken stone placed on grave of Eleutea Medina Aleman. Original location unknown.
de Medina or Ledmetina, Maria Muro 1915Very weathered wooden cross. Full name looks most like “Maria Muro de Medina” or “Maria Muro Ledmetina.” Northeast quadrant of cemetery next to Delfina G. Robles (1887-1942).
M___, Elias  No dates. No headstone. Child’s grave. Name spelled out in blue tiles at foot of cement border. Some tiles missing. Also looks possibly like “Elias Migel Luna.” Northwest quadrant of cemetery.
de Pegano, Oliada H.  No dates. Name also looks like “St. Aida de Pegano” and “Iada H. de Pegano.” East side of cemetery.
___chez,  Very damaged. Only letters on right side remain. They appear to indicate birth in Sept. possibly 1922 and death in March of unknown year. In Spanish “Memorial from your father F.S.” Not listed in either previous census. Southeast quadrant of cemetery.