in most cases probably not.In TX, you'd need to first get permission to set up a cemetery unless there was one already recognized by the county. You'd need to fence off the cemetery and file a permanent 'deed' of the cemetery in the county records office. You couldn't do it in most subdivisions or likely divided property for ranches, etc. You'd also need to have county supervision of who was buried where. Otherwise, you'd have lots of people 'disappearing'......with no record....t.
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