|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
Within the compound which currently holds the graves of recent burials is the old Pillot family cemetery, surrounded by an iron fence, now rusted and falling down in sections.
The first grave dated 1844 is that of August Pillot, the son of the original area settlers Claude & Jeanne Pillot.
There are two veterans of the CSA.
To visit this cemetery on the north side of Tomball, turn right on Holderrieth Road, from SH 249 (Tomball Parkway). A half a mile or so, just past the South Cherry Street intersection, is the cemetery sign. The entrance is not readily noticeable. This is a Private Cemetery, with a chain drawn across the path. The cemetery cannot be seen from the main road.
For information, contact Carmen Nelson Bostick Cemetery, Inc.