Ector County, Texas Genealogy & History

Cemeteries

Ector County Cemetery (also know as Odessa Cemetery)

300 S Dixie Blvd
Odessa, TX 79761
432-332-2891   Information

Los Angeles Gardens Cemetery

Part of Ector County Cemetery
300 S Dixie Blvd
Odessa, TX 79781

Rhodes Cemetery

Penwell, About 15 miles west of Odessa, Texas
Take exit 101 off of I-20 at Penwell.Get on north service road,and go east.Turn left at 1st.cattle guard, cemetery is on the high ground.

Rose Hill Cemetery

300 S Dixie Blvd
Odessa, TX 79761
432-332-2891

Sunset Memorial Gardens

6851 E Highway 80
Odessa, TX 79761
432-366-0886

Private Graveyards & Other Burial Locations

Barnsley Burial Site

  • Private property.  Information from the Permian Basin Genealogical Society.

Brown Burial Site

  • Grave of James Clifton Brown.  Information from the Permian Basin Genealogical Society.

Chinese Railroad Construction Workers Burial Site

  • From 1881, East of Penwell.  Information from the Permian Basin Genealogical Society.

Henderson Ranch Family Cemetery

  • Located on private property on Meteor Crater Road, about .3 miles S of I-20 at the Moss Avenue Exit (exit 108). Moss Ave becomes Meteor Crater Rd. The Cemetery is on the left as you travel south.  Information from the Permian Basin Genealogical Society.

James Jeffrey Burial Site

  • Information from the Permian Basin Genealogical Society.

Robertson Burial Site

  • Information from the Permian Basin Genealogical Society.

Waddell Family Cemetery

  • Information from the Permian Basin Genealogical Society.

Westfall Burial Site

Whittenburg Private Cemetery

Ector County Cemetery Books

Cemetery records of Ector County, Texas, compiled by Juanita Butler Hancock, Cemetery records of: Volume 1. Sunset Memorial Gardens, Odessa, Texas, 1891-1991; Volume. 2. 1820-1992, Ector Cemetery, Odessa, Texas;  v. 3. Rose Hill Cemetery, Odessa, Texas, 1860-1991.  Available on microfilm at the LDS Family History Center.

Cemetery Records by Mrs. F. E. Siever, manuscript, includes Odessa Cemetery, Shafter Lake Cemetery and cemetery records of babies, available on microfilm at the LDS Family History Center.

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