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Wharton Hispanic Cemetery
Wharton County
Texas  USA

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If you are traveling from Houston, travel US 59 South towards Victoria. Take the Wharton exit. (52.9 miles). Make a left after you exit and go into Wharton. Make a left onto Boling Highway (3.7 miles). When you get to Alabama Road, make a right, then make another right on Alabama Street. Hispanic cemetery is the first cemetery immediately to your left.

Wharton Hispanic Cemetery was the first, and only, cemetery for Hispanics in Wharton, Texas, with burials dating back from the early 1920's. The last burial is dated 1973. After 1973, most people were buried in the new cemetery, which is called Evergreen.

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