“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Hurst, Texas

Clickable Map of Tarrant County, Texas and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Tarrant County, TX (257) Dallas County, TX (374) Denton County, TX (94) Ellis County, TX (100) Johnson County, TX (47) Parker County, TX (45) Wise County, TX (49)  TarrantCounty(257) Tarrant County (257)  DallasCounty(374) Dallas County (374)  DentonCounty(94) Denton County (94)  EllisCounty(100) Ellis County (100)  JohnsonCounty(47) Johnson County (47)  ParkerCounty(45) Parker County (45)  WiseCounty(49) Wise County (49)
Fort Worth is the county seat for Tarrant County
Hurst is in Tarrant County
      Tarrant County (257)  
      Dallas County (374)  
      Denton County (94)  
      Ellis County (100)  
      Johnson County (47)  
      Parker County (45)  
      Wise County (49)  
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1Texas, Tarrant County, Hurst — 1920 — Florence School
On Harwood Road at Precinct Line Road on Harwood Road.
In 1890, the forerunner of Florence School in the Tarrant County Common School District No. 34 was called "Green Glade". In 1903 Thomas Richard Sandidge, a school trustee, and his wife Nannie provided one acre at this site for school purposes. The . . . Map (db m195818) HM
2Texas, Tarrant County, Hurst — 4024 — Pioneer Birdville Schools
On Carson Street at East Belknap Street, on the right when traveling north on Carson Street.
The community of Birdville, named for pioneer Jonathan Bird, became the first seat of Tarrant County in 1851. It continued to hold that position until 1856, when an election changed the county seat to Fort Worth. Located within the community, on . . . Map (db m189277) HM
3Texas, Tarrant County, Hurst — 5836 — William Letchworth Hurst(1833-1922)
On Heritage Circle south of West Pipeline Road, on the left when traveling south.
A native of Tennessee, William Letchworth "Uncle Billy" Hurst (1833-1922) served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War. As a member of the Sixty-First Tennessee Infantry, he was involved in fighting near Vicksburg, Mississippi. Following . . . Map (db m183513) HM
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Mar. 23, 2023