Creasy Cemetery, Houston County, Texas
This cemetery is 5 miles south of Kennard. It is very overgrown and took us a while to cut through the overgrowth. The Creasy family stones were in good shape however. William Creasy came from Kentucky around 1865 and established a farm in this area. One son, John Milton, is buried in the Pennington Cemetery in Trinity County. This family cemetery is very near the Trinity County line. There are no more descendants in the area.
Please note that the comments column contains my personal observations and things I thought would be helpful. Also, I recorded every marker, which means, one person may be recorded twice if they had two markers (i.e. a military marker in addition to their family marker). If you have any questions after viewing the list, please e-mail me atLetty Harrington.
This cemetery was transcribed by Letty Harrington on March 12, 2004. This transcription is not connected to the Creasy Cemetery or the County of Houston. This information is a personal project only. The information herein is given freely for personal use and can not be linked to any commerical sites. *NOTE: This was transcribed using a digital camera. Click on the hyperlinked name to view image of tombstone.
|NAME||B. DATE||D. DATE||INSCRIPTION||COMMENTS|
|Creasy, Mary||1869||1872||d/o Wm. & Mary per 1870 cen|
|Creasy, Mary E.||1848||1934||Double stone with W.H.|
|Creasy, W.H.||1836||1895||Census Data||Double stone with Mary E.|
|MEACHEAM, M.J.||1833||1874||Poss. Margaret w/o Wm.||Outside fence|
|MEACHEAM, Mollie||prob dau of Wm. & Margaret||Outside fence|
|GRAVES NOT FOUND|