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I believe this question was addressed in one of the Mouse Tales/Mouse Under Glass books. I seem to recall they claimed 8, although a few don't exist anymore (such as the cemetary you went through on the old Submarine ride). I'd look it up, but I don't have the books anymore!
I think the count from MouseTales was 8: 4 on HM (pet, crypts on wall, final scene, and the little pet cemetary over behind the old handicap entry), Storybook Land, Shooting Gallery, and TWO on Tom Sawyer's Island- one at Fort WIlderness, and an Indian Graveyard visible from the Island (listen to the Mark Twain track on the Musical History set- it mentions is specifically.)