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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Aledo, Texas
Location of Aledo, Texas
► Parker County (14) ► Hood County (25) ► Jack County (14) ► Johnson County (8) ► Palo Pinto County (13) ► Tarrant County (131) ► Wise County (29)
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|Aledo United Methodist Church began in April 1878 when Methodists acquired an interest in a small frame structure named Alma Hall in Alma, an 1870s-era settlement considered the precursor to Aledo. With the advent of the Texas & Pacific Railway line . . . — — Map (db m152961) HM|
|Commonly referred to as the "Broadway of America," the Bankhead Highway linked cities and towns throughout the nation as one of the first transcontinental highways of the 1920s. In the wake of the First World War, the American government sought to . . . — — Map (db m94354) HM|
|In 1849, the U. S. Army built Fort Worth to establish a line of defense against Indian raids and also to protect Indian lands from settlement. By 1855, farms, ranches and small settlements dotted eastern Parker County and the frontier encroached . . . — — Map (db m152962) HM|
|This congregation was organized on September 25, 1879. The first church building was located on land (2.5 mi. SE) donated by a Mr. Middleton, who asked that the structure be named Alma Hall in memory of his daughter. The hall was shared with a . . . — — Map (db m152963) HM|