Welcome to the Willis Cemetery     Willis, Texas

Genealogy
One of the oldest graves in the Willis Cemetery is Dr. and Mrs. Isaiah Harlan.
Dr. Isaiah Harlan was Born May 4, 1798 and Died January 29, 1847

The Harlan Family has a old Mausoleum in the Wilis Cemetery that is now in ruins.

There is more information about the Harlan Family at the web site below:

The following link has changed or expired. 
If you know the new location please email me so I can correct.

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~txfalls/bioHARLANgeorge.htm
We are very pleased from the response of emails from volunteers to help with the genealogy of those buried in the Willis Cemetery.

Thanks again for your support and looking forward to working with each of you.

The burial plats of sections 1 thru 6 are now ready for download.  Just press the link on the left and you can print out the section.  If you are interested in helping gather the information on who is buried in each section please send me an email.
wadepaddock@yahoo.com
We are updating the sections maps to include who is buried in the Willis Cemetery. 
It will be updated to the Section links when completed.


Confederate Soldiers
List of Confederate Soldiers along with more information both buried here at the Willis Cemetery along with other Cemeteries can be found at the link below. (courtesy of Frank Johnson with the Granburys Texas Brigade. 

The following link has changed or expired. 
If you know the new location please email me so I can correct.

http://www.granburystexasbrigade.org/veterans/veterans.html