Karnes County, Texas
28 49.821' N 97 51.056' W
Directions: Start at the intersection of FM-792 and FM-719. Go .3 miles west on FM-719. The cemetery is 150 yards from FM-719.
Historical Marker: This cemetery was part of the original homestead of William Green and Adeline Burris Butler, who had migrated to Texas with their families before the Civil War. Eventually their ranching interests included land in five South Texas counties. Emmett, their 20-year-old son, killed in December 1884, was the first person buried in the graveyard. Among the 40 graves are members of Butler's family who were reinterred here from other sites. Some of their gravestones exhibited earlier dates than 1884. The cemetery, maintained through a trust fund, continues to serve the family.