El Paso’s Boot Hill
"Concordia Cemetery a Texas State Historical Site"
Winner of the 2010 & 2013 True West Magazine "Best of the West"
Winner of the 2008 "Preservation Texas" "Clara Driscoll Award"
for Preservation
Known as Concordia during the 1840s, this area was the home of Chihuahua trader
Hugh & Juana Stephenson.
In 1856 his wife, Juana (Ascarate), was buried in what is now part of Concordia Cemetery.
The graveyard gained widespread use in the 1880s when El Pasoans drove three miles to Concordia to bury their dead.
By 1890 various sections had been purchased by different groups and were designated Catholic, Masonic, Jewish, Black, Chinese, Military,
Jesuit, city, and county.

Buried here are over 60,000  people including gunfighter
John Wesley Hardin, Buffalo Soldiers, Texas Rangers,
Civil War Veterans, early Mormon pioneers,  Florida (Lady Flo) Wolf, Lawman John Selman and was formerly the first burial site for Mexican Revolution President Victoriano Huerta.and numerous other civic leaders, pioneers, and war veterans.

The cemetery is open 365 days a year.
Fall -Winter: November to March 8:00AM to 5:00PM
Spring - Summer: April to October.  8:00AM to 8:00PM

Visit our "Special Events" page to learn about some of the great events held at Concordia Cemetery.




  
                                  

                         
                  

                    

                         











a 501(c) 3 Organization

Was organized in 1990 by a group of concerned citizens appalled by the neglect and disrespect of
El Paso’s greatest historical landmarks. The Concordia Heritage Association’s mission is to
promote and support the renovation and preservation of Concordia Cemetery.
Through education, cultural and historical programs related to the Concordia Cemetery,
the Association works closely with an array of different organizations dedicated to promoting the rich history and culture of El Paso.
Concordia Heritage Association has used some of the most creative ways of raising funds
and in-kind donations, but without El Paso County Commissioners Court and
the man power of the West Texas Community Supervision and Corrections Department
the restoration and continued preservation of  Concordia Cemetery
would never have been possible.



Many Thanks to El Paso's own Singer Songwriter Cliff Seaman for providing the music for this website.
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Designated RIP Guardian 
Nov. 2009
Cemetery Open 365 Days a year from
Winter 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Summer: 7:00 am to 8:00 pm

Interested in Improving a Family Gravesite or have an idea
for a special Community Service project at Concordia Cemetery
And don't know where to start?
Please click here 
to get help or direction
Visit the Buffalo Solider Memorial at
Concordia Cemetery Click on photo!
Directions to Concordia Cemetery



3700 E. Yandell El Paso, TX 79903
Map to the Cemetery
Click here
CONCORDIA CEMETRY
"A Texas State Historical Site"
Help us write the book on Concordia Cemetery
if you have old pictures of Concordia or of a gravesite and story, Contact us!
Watch this TV special on Concordia Cemetery & Gunfighter John Wesley Hardin......Click here!
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