1st Lt. David Richard Reynolds Camp #2270, SCV, Mount Pleasant, Texas


Liberty Hill Cemetery
Guardian: Tommy Lee Reynolds

Liberty Hill Cemetery is located in the rural, Northeast part of Titus County at the Liberty Hill Missionary Baptist Church. This is one of the largest rural cemeteries in the county. A chain link fence surrounds the cemetery and the grounds maintenance is very well done. As with most of the Titus County Cemeteries, this one depends upon the donations of friends and relatives of those interred here. In line with that Decoration Day services are held annually at 10:00 AM on the 4th Saturday of April to honor those that have gone before by placing flowers and ornaments on the graves and socializing with a covered dish luncheon. A special effort is made to receive donations that day.

Not much history was found on the beginnings of the cemetery but on October 22, 1879, Samuel J. Wright deeded the original two acres of land to Archabald Cameron, E. J. Johnson and William Griffin for the sum of $4.00 to be used for the exclusive use of School, Church and cemetery. Other parcels were deeded by different people later.

A program was instituted some time ago where known grave sites without markers were marked with small flat concrete slabs. As a consequence, there are currently 214 of these markers remaining. Other grave sites are marked by 2 concrete foundation blocks, 2 regular concrete building blocks, 8 funeral home markers (FHM), 17 chunks of petrified wood, a granite block , a small ceramic cross, 7 concrete slabs measuring roughly 6"x6"x18", an FHM that only had “Diana” written on it, 3 native stones, a broken clay pot, a concrete slab that has “Miller” written over “Charlton” on it, a monument base with the monument missing, and 1 granite slab.

To reach the Liberty Hill Cemetery from the Titus County court house take Jefferson Street north for 1.4 miles to the intersection with Burton Road (service road for IH-30). Turn right (East) onto Burton Road. The on ramp for Interstate 30 will be on the left 0.2 mile from the intersection. Enter IH-30 and proceed 2.9 miles east and take the Exit 165 FM 1001 off ramp. At the stop sign, turn left (North) onto FM 1001. Proceed 2.9 miles on FM 1001 and the cemetery will lie on the right side of the road at the intersection of County Road (CR) 3825 (CR NE 24). Coordinates: 33o13.613'N 094o53.979'W

The Guardian for this cemetery is Tommy Lee Reynolds. If you know the exact location of the gravesite that was not found, or if you know of any other Confederate Soldier that is buried here and not listed then please Contact Us.

Allen, John Morgan 10/20/1842 01/31/1905 29th Mississippi Infantry 2nd Lt. 2nd Lieutenant John Morgan Allen
Banks, Robert P. 01/04/1849 01/19/1913 Co. G, 63rd Alabama Infantry   Robert P. Banks
Boase, William Jackson. 1842 1910 Co. G, 19th Texas Infantry Pvt. Private William Jackson Boase
Cabaniss, W. D. 06/20/1833 05/071897 Co. B, 4th Louisiana Infantry Pvt. Private W. D. Cabaniss
Cameron, Archibald Smith 12/25/1843 04/28/1932 Co. A, 1st Tennessee Cavalry Pvt. Private Archibald Smith Cameron
Cochran, Thomas D. 10/15/1840 12/30/1898 Co. F, 9th Texas Cavalry Pvt. Private Thomas D. Cochran
Cox, James F. 10/20/1848 03/20/1941 Co. B, Forrest's Mississippi Cavalry Pvt. Private James F. Cox
Duncan, George Washington 07/16/1848 03/11/1928 Co. E, 15th Tennessee Cavalry   George Washington Duncan
Easley, Jessee Bynum 04/13/1832 08/14/1901 Co. A, 22nd Texas Infantry   Jessee Bynum Easley
Horn, Joe Silas "Josiah" 11/11/1826 03/13/1901 Co A, 2nd Battalion Cavalry State Troops Pvt. Private Joe Silas Horn
Johnson, Evan Jasper 08/06/1840 02/15/1919 Co. F, 18th Texas Infantry Pvt. Private Evan Jasper Johnson
Johnson, Isaac Newton 04/30/1844 08/29/1921 Co. F, 18th Texas Infantry Pvt. Private Isaac Newton Johnson
Land, James 01/06/1839 03/05/1908 Co. C, 16th Tennessee Cavalry Pvt. Private James Land
Melton, Henry C. 02/01/1848 10/28/1913 1st Independent Battery Light Artillery   Henry C. Melton
Miller, Julius A. 08/30/1841 02/24/1923 Co. F, 45th Mississippi Infantry Pvt. Private Julius A. Miller
Milner, P. W. 05/28/1849 07/03/1941 Co. K, 45 Georgia Infantry Pvt. Private P. W. Milner
Strother, Americus E. 05/11/1842 12/10/1910 Co. A, 39th Alabama Infantry Pvt. Gravesite Not Found