Services for the Burleson Memorial Cemetery are handled by Burleson Cemetery Operators LLC (Lucas Blessing Funeral Home) and the City of Burleson. For information on purchasing burial lots, rules and regulations, and interments contact Burleson Cemetery Operators LLC (Lucas Blessing Funeral Home) at 817-295-9000. For maintenance issues, contact the City at 817-426-9206.

Current rules and regulations for the cemetery.

Burial Records

Burial records are maintained by the City of Burleson and Burleson Cemetery Operators LLC. To locate a particular burial lot or loved one, you may use the City’s online search system


Cemetery Space TypeSpace Fee
Original Cemetery Upright Monument
Original Cemetery Flat Monument
Original Cemetery Double Depth
Original Cemetery Baby Space
2023 Expanded Cemetery Upright Monument
2023 Expanded Cemetery Flat Monument
2023 Expanded Cemetery Double Depth
2023 Expanded Cemetery Baby Space
2023 Expanded Cemetery Cremation Garden Space$995
2023 Expanded Cemetery Cremation Columbarium Space
2023 Expanded Cemetery Family Estate A
2023 Expanded Cemetery Family Estate B 

Obtaining Birth and Death Records 

All Birth and Death Records are handled by Johnson County Vital Statistics, Tarrant County Vital Statistics or The State of Texas Vital Statistics. 

Birth and Death Records in the City Limits of Burleson Johnson County Vital Statistics 817-556-6311. 

Birth and Death Records in Tarrant (except City Limits of Burleson) Tarrant County Vital Statistics 817-884-1195. 

State wide search and records State of Texas Vital Statistics 512-458-7111. 

History of the Burleson Memorial Cemetery

The following information was obtained from Burleson – The First One Hundred Years, a publication of the Burleson Historical Committee.  

A meeting of the citizens of Burleson was called on November 6, 1909 for the purpose of organizing a cemetery association. The first elected officers of the association were: Mr. ST. Hackney, President; Mr. E.M. Wilson, Vice President; and Mr. A.G. Borah, Secretary and Treasurer.  

Dr. J.F. Dunn, Dr. S.P. McNairn and Mr. W.P. Lace purchased a tract of land (consisting of five acres) from B.F. Clark. The land is located south of the road (now County Road 600) between the bridge and Booth Hill. The purchase price was $375. Said purchase was ratified by the association.  

The official record of deeds for the Burleson Cemetery is contained in Volume 1595, page 471, dated November 19, 1909 at the County Clerk's office, Johnson County, Texas.