The Dos Cabezas Pioneer Cemetery is located on Highway 186, 18 miles east of Willcox, Arizona, on the south side of road, near the town of Dos Cabezas.

The cemetery is a private cemetery maintained by the Dos Cabezas Pioneer Cemetery Association.

The cemetery is the final resting place of many pioneers and early settlers of the area.

A list of burials is maintained at the USGenWeb Archives.

Unkmarked Burials identifies names of known burials in the cemetery that do not have known locations.

Information to find specific graves is available at

If you have historical information about the Dos Cabezas Pioneer Cemetery that you would like to contribute, please email our Historian.



2024 Annual Meeting – Clean-up Day

The Annual Meeting and Clean-up Day for the Dos Cabezas Pioneer Cemetery will be held on Saturday, May 25, 2024. The Annual Meeting will be called to order at 9:00 a.m.

For the Clean-up portion, please come at a time most convenient for you – some of our members start work early in order to avoid the heat of the day.  You will need to furnish your own tools (shovels, rakes, pruning shears, etc.).  For your own comfort, you may wish to bring drinking water and a chair to sit on during the meeting.

The Dos Cabezas Pioneer Cemetery Association is a non-profit organization and is made up of volunteers whose common interest is the care and upkeep of this historical cemetery.

If you would like more information about membership or if you would like to make a donation, please email our Historian.