It is estimated that there are roughly 50,000 cemeteries in Texas. These range from single, isolated and often unmarked
graves to expansive cemeteries spanning hundreds of acres and reaching up to hundreds-of-thousands of burials. Many of these
cemeteries are endangered due to lack of historic context and knowledge of their presence or exact location. Efforts to identify,
locate, protect and preserve these endangered cemeteries remains a goal of the THC and our many partners around the state.
The Cemetery Preservation Program offers technical assistance to assist concerned citizens and local and regional organizations
with their cemetery preservation efforts and administers the Historic Texas Cemetery (HTC) designation process. Click here to read more.
Recording fees are waived (no charge) for the filing of a Notice of Existence of Cemetery with the Garza
County Clerk's office.
Jim Plummer, District and County Clerk, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ginger Clemmons, Chief Deputy and Deputy District Clerk, email@example.com
Mailing Address: PO Box 366, Post, TX 79356
Physical Address: Courthouse, 1st Floor, 300 West Main Street, Post, TX 79356
Open to the Public: 8:00 AM - 12:noon, 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday