Walkers Creek Cemetery
Silver City (Walkers Creek), TX
The Walkers Creek community was named for W.H.
Walker, who moved to the area in the 1830s.
Tennessee native Richard W. Cage settled in the
area with his wife Mattie and their family, and in
June 1884, the Cage family donated land for the
Walkers Creek Cemetery, Baptist Church and School.
The burial ground was in use by 1880, when Mattie
Lee Jinks was interred here. The church, which
organized in 1882, disbanded in the 20th century.
An association cares for the still active
cemetery, which remains a tie to the generations
of settlers who contributed to Walkers Creek
Historic Texas Cemetery - 2005
Take US77 north from Cameron to FM 485; turn
east (right) onto FM 485;
turn onto CR 140 for 2.0 miles to Cemetery
From: Shirley Hairston
Address : 15800 Highway 3, Apt.314
City : Webster
State : Texas
Code : 77598-2133
Phone : 281-480-4064
I am trying to find out who is in charge of the Walkers Creek Cemetery Association. My
sister, brother and I live in the Houston area but all of our relatives are buried at
Walkers Creek and we have plots there too.
We would like to be placed on the mailing list for the association so that we can send
our contributions to help keep up the cemetery.
I would appreciate it if you could help us by sending a reply to this e-mail with the
person's name in charge and their address or e-mail so that we may get in touch with
Thank you very much.
Shirley Hairston, Betty Theiler and Stan Hairston
Contributions and Memorials may be mailed
Laura Angell Glasby
1245 CR 139 Loop
Burlington, Texas 76519
Mary Ann Eanes
P O Box 407
Cameron, Texas 76520
The Association holds its annual meeting on
Sunday of the Labor Day weekend.