Flower Mound

Presbyterian Cemetery

est. 1854


The Flower Mound Cemetery was established in 1854 by Matthew Donald, a successful farmer who served as the first pastor of the Flower Mound Presbyterian Church. Flower Mound was a small farming community at the time and the cemetery was final resting place for the families in the area. The Crawford farm bordered the church grounds to the south and Frank Crawford oversaw the cemetery. At that time, families simply claimed spaces when the need arose. The “Old Section” is still held for family members who have relatives buried there. In 1950 the Dyer family cemetery was relocated to Flower Mound from Grapevine.



This tradition falls on the last Saturday in April, continues today as a time for families to honor their loved ones.


Annual Meeting for the Flower Mound Presbyterian Cemetery Association.

Wreaths Across America

Every December FMP CEMETERY participates in the national Wreaths across America Day. We have 335 veterans in our cemetery.


The maintenance of Flower Mound Cemetery depends on donations from family members with loved ones buried here and the community. The maintenance is also funded by investment income from plot sales in the past.