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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Limestone County, Texas

 
Clickable Map of Limestone County, Texas and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Limestone County, TX (39) Falls County, TX (27) Freestone County, TX (38) Hill County, TX (61) Leon County, TX (14) McLennan County, TX (132) Navarro County, TX (97) Robertson County, TX (50)  LimestoneCounty(39) Limestone County (39)  FallsCounty(27) Falls County (27)  FreestoneCounty(38) Freestone County (38)  HillCounty(61) Hill County (61)  LeonCounty(14) Leon County (14)  McLennanCounty(132) McLennan County (132)  NavarroCounty(97) Navarro County (97)  RobertsonCounty(50) Robertson County (50)
Groesbeck is the county seat for Limestone County
Adjacent to Limestone County, Texas
      Falls County (27)  
      Freestone County (38)  
      Hill County (61)  
      Leon County (14)  
      McLennan County (132)  
      Navarro County (97)  
      Robertson County (50)  
 
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1Texas, Limestone County, Coolidge — 15496 — Armour Cemetery
2Texas, Limestone County, Coolidge — 17714 — Munger Community
3Texas, Limestone County, Coolidge — 5601 — United Methodist Church of Coolidge
4Texas, Limestone County, Groesbeck — 1636 — First Baptist Church of Groesbeck
5Texas, Limestone County, Groesbeck — 1757 — First Methodist Church of Groesbeck
6Texas, Limestone County, Groesbeck — Fort Parker
7Texas, Limestone County, Groesbeck — 2002 — Fort Parker Memorial Park
8Texas, Limestone County, Groesbeck — 13716 — Groesbeck Independent School District
9Texas, Limestone County, Groesbeck — 2522 — Home County of Lafayette Lumpkin Foster — (Member of the first Railroad Commission of Texas)
10Texas, Limestone County, Groesbeck — 12031 — Limestone County Courthouse
11Texas, Limestone County, Groesbeck — Limestone County Memorial
12Texas, Limestone County, Groesbeck — 5937 — Mrs. C.D. Kelly — (Zada Jane Sanders Kelly, 1881 - 1968)
13Texas, Limestone County, Groesbeck — Old Fort Parker
14Texas, Limestone County, Kosse — 530 — Brown Family Cemetery
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15Texas, Limestone County, Kosse — 14038 — Kimik Kiln
16Texas, Limestone County, Kosse — 14004 — King-Williams Cemetery
17Texas, Limestone County, Kosse — 16984 — Kosse Tabernacle
18Texas, Limestone County, Mexia — 102 — Albert R. Mace — (April 30, 1872 - Oct.18, 1938)
19Texas, Limestone County, Mexia — 452 — Booker T. Washington Park — (Near the Historic Comanche Crossing of the Navasota River)
20Texas, Limestone County, Mexia — 12029 — Civilian Conservation Corps at Fort Parker State Park
21Texas, Limestone County, Mexia — 1656 — First Baptist Church — of Mexia
22Texas, Limestone County, Mexia — 2858 — Joseph E. Johnston Reunion Grounds — (4 mi. West) — (Camp No. 94, United Confederate Veterans) —
23Texas, Limestone County, Mexia — 2864 — Joseph Penn Lynch
24Texas, Limestone County, Mexia — 3354 — Mexia Oil Boom
25Texas, Limestone County, Mexia — 3402 — Miss Rogers' Music Room
26Texas, Limestone County, Mexia — 3816 — Old Springfield
27Texas, Limestone County, Mexia — 3817 — Old Springfield Cemetery
28Texas, Limestone County, Mexia — 3869 — Origin of the Texas State Teachers Association
29Texas, Limestone County, Mexia — 4563 — Sanders Walker
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30Texas, Limestone County, Mexia — 1844 — The First Presbyterian Church — Of Mexia
31Texas, Limestone County, Mexia — 5515 — Town Named for Gen. Jose Antonio Mexia — (1800 - 1839)
32Texas, Limestone County, Mt. Calm — 3487 — Mount Calm Cemetery
33Texas, Limestone County, Mt. Calm — 3517 — Mt. Antioch Cemetery
34Texas, Limestone County, Mt. Calm — Mt. Calm Confederate Memorial
35Texas, Limestone County, Prairie Hill — 4107 — Prairie Hill Baptist Church
36Texas, Limestone County, Prairie Hill — 4108 — Prairie Hill Cemetery
37Texas, Limestone County, Tehuacana — 5216 — Tehuacana — (Te-wah-kana)
38Texas, Limestone County, Tehuacana — 12580 — Tehuacana Cemetery — Reported damaged
39Texas, Limestone County, Tehuacana — 5844 — William Rees — Builder of Old Trinity University Structure — (June 15, 1845 - July 11, 1937) —
 
 
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Jan. 30, 2023