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Columbia Cemetery
Burial Records

West Columbia, Brazoria County, Texas

GPS: 29.14092, -95.64768

Jackson & 16th St.
West Columbia, Texas

Cemetery site was given by Josiah H. Bell family-- out of their grant, the first deeded to one of "Old 300" in colony of Stephen F. Austin. This cemetery has graves of many heroes of Texas Revolution of 1836.

Deeded in 1852 to Bethel Presbyterian Church; since 1933 it has been managed by the Columbia Cemetery Association.

Tombstone Transcription

Records linked below were transcribed from tombstone inscriptions by Janice Stevens Rice and published by Interment.net on May 3, 2001. Total records: 1,475.

E. H. B., unknown, no dates next to Dr. E. S. Weisiger
Forrest, no date, no name
Jansen, unknown, large grave no dates
Ryland, Family, No dates
Two unmarked infant graves
Unknown grave, old small flat stone, est. 1800's
Unmarked Grave
unmarked grave
unmarked grave
Unknown, Very large grave

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