“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”

Kleberg County Texas Historical Markers

Englishmen in South Texas, 1568 Marker (<i>tall view</i>) image, Touch for more information
By Cosmos Mariner, May 17, 2018
Englishmen in South Texas, 1568 Marker (tall view)
Texas (Kleberg County), Kingsville — 1485 — Englishmen in South Texas, 1568
Fifty-two years before the celebrated landing of English settlers at Plymouth Rock, in what is now Massachusetts, three Englishmen traveled this South Texas area. They were sailors who had gone to sea in 1567 with Sir John Hawkins, an admiral of . . . — Map (db m117500) HM
Texas (Kleberg County), Kingsville — 5206 — Taylor Camp Site, 1846
In 1846 Zachary Taylor's army marched from Corpus Christi to the Rio Grande. On March 10, 11, 12, 13, the four regiments in succession camped at this spot on Santa Gertrudis Creek. War with Mexico over the boundary of Texas began soon. The . . . — Map (db m117527) HM
Texas (Kleberg County), Kingsville — 2955 — The Kingsville Railroad Depot
Styled by standard plans of the builder, the St. Louis, Brownsville and Mexico Railroad Company; erected in 1904 of locally made adobe brick, this structure is one of oldest in Kingsville. It has seen interesting events involving traffic during . . . — Map (db m118021) HM
Texas (Kleberg County), Kingsville — 3134 — Uriah Lott(January 30, 1842 - March 29, 1915)
Merchant, banker, builder of railroads to the Rio Grande. Born in Albany, N.Y. Came to South Texas in 1868. Chartered the Corpus Christi, San Diego and Rio Grande narrow gauge railroad in 1875. Later, reorganized it as the Texas - Mexican . . . — Map (db m118032) HM
Texas (Kleberg County), Riviera — 6284 — 1766 Exploration of Diego Ortiz Parilla
First expedition to give detailed descriptions of Texas' offshore islands and to refer to Corpus Christi Bay by its present name. The exploration was ordered by the viceroy of New Spain in the midst of rumors that the English planned to . . . — Map (db m118050) HM
Texas (Kleberg County), Riviera — 5588 — U.S. Army March to Rio Grande, 1846Approximate Route of
Battle road of General Zachary Taylor and largest U.S. Army fielded in first half of the 19th century. After annexation of former Republic of Texas was approved in 1845, the United States sent Taylor to occupy area below the Nueces—to . . . — Map (db m118051) HM

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