I have no information on the cemetery in Guthrie, Texas. Guthrie is one of those little towns with a big history and you can google Guthrie and it’s famous Four Sixes ranch for the many stories. It’s a survivor–this little town of about 2000.
But this post is about graveyard pictures, not about Guthrie. Lot’s of cowboys are buried here, the locals of the region. There are a variety of gravestones here. You will see some of the more modern ones in contrast to the ones of earlier times. Guthrie came to be in the 1880’s. I don’t know when the cemetery came to be but I suppose as soon as you get a couple of families, a post office, school, and a church, there must be a place to be buried.
The older headstones are indeed weathered and some cannot be read. I presume there is a database for this cemetery.